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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 10 to kzttf t flqublican v Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1910 No6 It- hl IIENDRIEKIS A CANDIDATE For Democratic Nomination For Governor Was Democratic Nominee fo Attorney General In Last Campaign I Paducah Aug 23In todays Issue ot Ute News Demoeratthe formal announcement of lion John K Hendrlc appears for the Democratic nomlna tlon for governor of Kentucky Cot lIendrlclts name has been connected with the gubernatorial race sInce the first allgnmentsbut he has Issued statement after statementask lng his friends not to Insist upon his making the race because of his dlsln- cllnatlon to enter again the arena of public life after having withdrawn an devoted himself to his large law prac Lice So many letters telegrams and mesI sages ot urgent solicitation have poured In upon hlmhoweverthat to day when a particularly heavy mall was handed to him the old warrior could refuse no longer and gave in to his flendrs because of their repeated declarations that with him as the candidate of Democracy the battle necessary to redeem the state was alrady- balf won Col Hendrick has an enviable record throughout Kentucky In the last campaign he swept opposition from the field In the primary and as a candidateI for the office of attorney led the Democratic ticket by several thousand votes For a while It looked U he would be saved to Democracy I jasr theRepublican landslide As twice oopnty attorney of Livings ton as state senatoras congressman from the First district Col lIendllck has had opportunity that he has matte use of demonstrating his worth andI value to the people He Is a man the broadest guage and has never been Identified with any of tile factionI that have torn the state though ho has never Identified hlmscltI with either side In party I1endrlck invariably Chas been calledI upon by both sides to lend strength to the whole ticket after party differ lit ences had been adjustedtThis he has ever the weakest point was In Dem ocracys defense there was placed Old Honest Johnwho turned the weakened rampart Into a citadel of power and strength Col Hendricks statement was shortl blunt and pithy characteristic man He said I consider that I owe a debt of gratitude to the Democratic party In the state of Kentucky It has honored me and has stood by I me when I have asked office at Its everyiiwithin the party ranksand friends in every county of the state are begging me to make the race so that I again might use whatever strength I possess to save the state from the misfortune 1otanother Republican administration would be more than Ingrate to refuse I have deliberated long over this question for I know the strenuous campaign before me I can refuse no longer I will make the race and make the race to wlnand It the peo ple of Kentucky elect me governor I- shall be a governor of the whole peo pIe and the patron of no clique nor class Birthday Supper Mr anQtlrs JL Hurt gave a surprise birthday supper at their home near Edwards Schoolhouse August 18th in honor of dr little daughter Donas fifth birthday The school be higinvlted their teacher Mack Mar tin dismissed at 2oclock pm and marched from the schoolhouse to herf home after which vacrlous games wer played At five oclock the gueSts was Invited Into a nicely decorated din Y ingroom in which a dellciou supper was servedconsisting creamlemon C l lx ade cakeS candles and fruits Those present were Mack Martin Addle Ford Cordlo Ford Marie Hurt WebNk steri Dona rt 1 I try Wavle Dabney Jessie Dabney John Jemmie and Frank Voile Rob 1 r- i V bert Webster Sampson Nix Clovls Lynch Jessie Hines Walter Ford Mrs John Linch Donn Martin Flora Ashtord All present reported a good time and was sorry when the time come for going home MACK AND DONA ActonWhite Mr W F Acton Sulphur Springs and Mrs Emma White Frledaland t JrChristian Frledaland Rev G 11 Lawrence Beaver Dam pastor of the brides home church officiated After the ceremony the bridal party at tended church at Cane Run afterwards accompanied by a number of relatives and friends they retired to Mr Actons beautiful home near Sulphur Springs where an elegant din nor was served Air Acton Is one orI Ohio Countys best and most prominent farmers a gentleman of Intelligence and Influence while the bride Is a lady of beauty culture and ac compllshment They have a large cir ccle of friends who join In wishing them all the happiness the future Dlay have In store for them- REPUBLICANS TO RULE CONGRESS Representative McKinley Says Indications Point to Suc cess of Party Chicago Aug 23Congressman W McKinley chairman of the Republican congressional committee visited Western headquarters here today and Issued lips first statement regard- Ing the campaign President Tafts campaign letter mailed yesterday had not hrrivet TEIs proliatile thai It will not be made public until early next month In his statement Mr McKinley said We have canvassed the situation various States and see no reason to change the opinion that the Rcpub- IIcans will conrtol the next House of Representatives by a good working maJority My Democratic friends ar Indulging themselves In their usual preeletlon cclalms The Republican party will make no apology for Its records The new law surprised all In producing two results expected ot a good tariff law namely Increased revenue and prosperity The Democrats have tailed miserably In their short to attribute the high cost of living a worldwide condition the the tariff Prices are as high In freetrade Eng and elsewhere abroad as In this country I consider that President Taft Is growing stronger dally to the faith of the American people In his sincerity In working out hiss own and the Roosevelt policies Death of J C Park After n lingering Illness extending over several years Mr Joseph Columbus Park died at the home of his brother J C Park on No Creek last Tuesday evening HIs funeral was conducted at Sit Herman church by Rev Crane of the M E church Wednesday afternoon at four oclock after which the Interment tojt place In the cemetery at that place Mr Park was for many years n consistent member of the M E church at Washington where he formerly lived For many years he was a llroml- nent school teacher of Ohio county and was well and favorably known In every part ot the county His wife who was Miss Sue King died four or five years ago Hee Is survived by one brother and three stators the only children living of a large tdmi- ly HIli funeral was largely attended by his many friends and relatives and he will be greatly missed the wli1ks of life la his com munity losing Out Sale to Quit Business The mammoth grocery stock ot R Duff Center street lIartford ICy thrown on the market at just what it will bring Sale now on and contln- ues until Saturday August 27191Q Nothing reserved but everything must go regardless of coat or former BeIJing price This 1a your chance to buy groceries cheap k c USTER SUICIDE- THEORY ADVANCED Story That He Killed Himself Rather Than be Made Prisoner Vlrsylla N M August 21Robert Jacksonot CostlllaTaos countyN M otters a starting addition to history la the statement that Gen George A Custer the hero of Custers masse cro long bellowed to have been Idlled and scalped by the Sioux on the bat tIetleld was not murdered by theIIndians but died as the result gunshot wound Inflicted by his own hand rather than betaken prisoner Jackson was for nine and a halt a scout and guide for the United States soldiers his service beginning 111 1874 and ending In 1883 Jackson served under Gen Otis Gen Reno Cola Bentlne Gen Miles Gen Custer and Gen Hazen At the time of the battle In which Custer met his death Jackson was ser ving In the Sixth United States Infantry carrying dispatches to Gen Otis then In command of the Twenty second Infantry Jackson was with the drat company to reach the battlefield after the mhssacre and gives In detail the scene as It presented Itself to him Jackson says that an exami nation of Custers body showed that tile wound which caused his death was tired at close range tire powder burns Indicating plainly that the pis tel was held agant the head Jack son was commanded by Gen Reno to talk with the Indians after they had been subdued by the United State troops In the hopes of finding out how Custer was killed The Indians told Jackson that Gen Custer was the last man to fall In battle They wanted to take him alive believing that with him as a prisone they could force the government to terms Realizing this tact Jackson says the Indians told him that Cue ter placed a gun to his head and fir ed According to Jackson the Indians all loved Custer and called him The LongHaired Chief Jackson Is a picturesque charac andedangerous service Is not receiving a pension from the government becaus- he was not a regularly enlisted soldIe Friends In Taos County are Interest Ing themselves In his behalf and hop to receive aid for him from the goo ernment to cOUlllensate him for vain able services rendered Jackson acted as scout for Gen Otis when he went to the relief of Gen Miles then being on a detail along the Yellowstone River Jackso also scouted for Gen Mlles when h was running down Lame Deer and hi- band Jackson shot and killed Lam Dear scalped him and afterward gave the scalp to Gen bales After the Indians had been driven Into Canada Jackson acted as a guld when Gen Miles burned over a large territory along the northern boundary of the United States and drove south the buffalo so that the Indians were forced to surrender the following win ter Notice I will pay 35c In cash per bushel tor No 1 apples Must be clear of specks and wind falls Not too ripe for shipping purposes and not less than 2 Inches In diameter W E ELLIS The Produce Man- HartfordOtt Ky Deserved Compliments In the third annual announcement of the Dermott public and high school at Dermott Ark the board of directors have the following to say of a former resident of Ohio ounty well known here Prof U C Barnett was our Prln cclpa last YOArand the character of his work was such as to lead to his unanloums reelection tor another year He has had about twelvE years experience In public school work besides having experience as Conductor of Teachers Normal In stitutes He Is a collegge graduate tluishing his education at DePauw University Greencastle Ind holds a Teachers State Certificate In Ken- tUcky a Teac era Protesstonal LI- cense In Arkansas and Instructors and onductgrl Norniak Institute Certificates lil Oklahoma NARGIS HENCHMANIS DOWN Two Men Tell Him They Are Ready to Kill Him and Fire Three Bullets in Body JaclsonKy Aug 23Three shots shortly after 9 oclock last night ended the life or John Almer well known throughout the mountains of Kentucky and notorious on account of his alleged connection with the murders of Dr D II Cox J B Mar cum and Town Marshal James Cock rell Abner had only come to Jackson from his home during the afternoons and was walking down the street toward the river ridge between the store of bf S Crnln and tile malt mead stand of Govan Smith accompanied by Darron bliller one or his friends when he was called to by two men from the gate ot an ad joining yard Abner started to the men leaving Miller some twenty feet away and when In about ten feet of the gate he was told II the men they had come to kill him and they tired three shots Into ALtners body Abner fell Into the street and died Instantly One of the shots took effect In the right lung and two In the left thigh No one was about or near the place or the shooting except Miller and the men who did the shootlngand they made their escape without being oh served by anyone Miller did not recognize either of the men The spot Is being carefully guard ed until the bloodhounds arrive from Lexington they having been wired for earlY this morning Abner had been accused of being one ot the men employed to assassi nate Dr B D Cox James Cokrell and camjes B Marcum during the feud troubles eight years agobut on each trial the jury disagreed and the charges were never pressed to con clusion Finance mteo- The Finance Committee of the American Society of Equity met at this office Monday four members being present They went over the ineand found that less than halt the locals had sent In pledges They are quite well satisfied with the showing however as tIle pledges do not close until the first day ot October They discussed the resolution of the recent session of the County Union providing that auyone might pool his tobacco without paying his dues If nt- the time he did so he executed an Financee outstoebncco the amount of his dues for the year This resolution met with the unanimous approval of the com mittee and that are satisfied that It the people generally understatd the purport of same a larger quantity of tobacco will be pooled this year than ever before This Is a move In the right direction and the County Union Is to be commended for the liberality of Its action The committee adjourned to meet In Hartford the first day ot the next County Unln which will be the 7th day of October at which time they hope to liars before them for consldreatlon pooling pledges of ev cry local In the county- SMALLIIOUS 0 August 25The remains ot Mrs Martha Tlchenor of near Calhoun was laid to rest In the Aunt Nol lie Davis burying ground near Equali ty church Tuesday August 23 Mrs Alford Pierce anti sons of- Poseyville Ind are the guests of her sister Mrs Mag Faught near here They were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ray Faught Sunday night I1t Smallhous Mr and Mrs T R Barnard and daughters were the guests or Mr and dlr Oppie Klttinger Monday night Mrs Herman Addington and chil dren were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Judson Ashby last Sat urdayand Sunday Rev R D Bennett IIarttordflll ed his regular appointment at Equal- Ity Sunday but owing to the rain Sunday evening tailed togo to Ce ralvo Born August 11 to Mr and Mrs Oppte Klttinger a fine girl News has reached here of the death of Mrs Bettle Hatcher at Centertown Monday at the home of her son Mr Moley Hatcher Her remains was laid to rest at Ross Ripple Tuesday evening Miss Katie Hawkins East Hartford was the guest of her auntsMesdames J R Hunter and Zach Reid from Wednesday evening until Saturday Several from this place attended the asosclatlon at Central Grove last Tuesday and Wednesday All re lrt a pleasant time Mr and Mrs David Luck and children were the guests of Mrs Joe Monday Bullock from Saturday night until Mr T F Dalis thresher was In or midst last week The rain which tell Sunday even Ing was greatly needed Mrs Clara Turner ot St Louis who Is the guest ot her uncle Sam Morton was the guest of Mrs MP Maddox Wednesday evening Misses Ethel Hnter of Smallhos and Nettle Geiger of Centertown are the guests ot Mrs J S Trunnell of Utica Ky at this writing Mr will Nichols South Carrollton was at Smallhous Monday evening FOR THE BUSY READER Robert Hunter author and settle ment worker accepted the nomination for Governor tendered him by the So cialist party of Connecticut rr Gustave Moynlfr president or the In ternatlonulcomniitteo of the Red Cross since the foreign foundation ot the committe In 1863 died at Geneva r Senator Warner of Missouri In a formal statement at Washington announced that ho would not be a candl date for reelection Ill gave ill healt as the reason rr YCjrIHOrtlSSOr town College died there He was one or the most wldelyImown educa tors lu the South r Dr W S Webb former president of Mississippi College nt Clinton Miss and a prominent Baptist minister widely known throughout the South died at Meridian Miss The Pennsylvania Railroad has granted a further increase ot 6 per cent In wages to Its telegraphers mak Ing a total raise of 12 per cent since the first ot the year p Members ot the Ohio State Board of Agrlcllure stated that they would vote to declare off the State lalr on account of the street car strike at Columbus it legal means could be found to do so- Baptist Church The regular services will be held at the Baptist church Sunday the new pews hatng boon installed dur Ing the past week Sunday school at 9 oclock preaching at 11 At night Rev D W White ot Louis ville will till the pulpit The protracted mooting at Concord conducted by Rev J W Druner is progressing well with considerable In terest- WHITESVILLE T Aug 21lIss lone Ralph Owens boro Is visiting at Mrs Harriett Greers this week John Klttinger and daughterKatle visited friends and relatives hero last weekGeorge Brooks and Boyd McCarty are sojourning In the east on a pleasure trip Charlie McCarty received a very severe wound on his arm by a hatchet while repairing some trouble on a telephone line Dr I J Hoover who just recently completed an Internship at the New York Post Graduate Medical School and Hospital spent last Friday with his old classmate Dr O W Edge Sickness Is very plentiful here at this writing but no deaths from It so fur- Uncle Dick Lanham as he was fa miliary know took his resting place In the Catholic cemetery a few days ago Uncle DIck was about S2 years old and one of the pioneer settlers of Whltesville He had a stroke of par alysis about two or three weeks ago and died as the result on last Wednes dayr ANONYMOUSCOMMUNICATION In Evangelists Audience Created Great Commotion Is Conducting Revival at Island and Much Excitement is Raised Over Letter Island Ky Aug 2Qulte a commotion was made here last night when Rev H E Frost the sailor evangelist or Chicago who Is conducting a series ot meetings stabd In the pulpit that he had received an anonymous i ter waking many unjust accusations against him and also against some of the members of The Living Cross of which Rev Frost Is author and pro moter Mr Frost refuses to make public the exact words of the letter but says that there are more than enough threatening remarks and In sinuations against the character of tile minister and his associates to get the writer Into serious troble Rev Frost says that he Is posl the that he knows the author ot the cowardly letter and Is investigating tully and states that he will not hesl tate to have the guilty person pun Ished It Is stated authoritatively by per sons who are lu positIon to know that this person has written serious charges which would lead to sentence In the penitentiary if It can poslttve ly be proven who did tile work Mr Frost wuold not give tile Ilnmes of the persons whose reputations were de tamed saying that It would almost If not sure lead to bloodshed Quite an excitement has been raised over the matter as The LivIng Cross work has been agitated there for several weeks The outcome Is awaited with great interest Rev Frost who will present The Living Cross work here Sept 2 to 9 Is making arrangements to erect IL large tent to accommodate the crowds He first Intended to use the large hall but has decided that It will not be large enough They will erect the tabernacle large enough to seat 900 or 1000 people and It Is anticipated that It will be well filled The sceneS require the aid of 100 or 150 persons to assist In the production of the work rMrs Cudahy Gets Divorce Kansas City Aug 23Mrs Jack Cudahy filed papers In her divorce suit against J P Cudahyson ot the millionaire packer in the circuit court here this afternoon Incompatibility of temper is alleged The custody of the children Is asked for Gen John C Cowin ot Omaha fa ther of Mrs Cudahy Mrs Cudahy was granted a divorce ten minutes after she took the stand She was glen alimony amounting to one dollar FAIRVIEW August 22School Is progressing nicely under the management or Miss Bessie Lea Raley Mr and Mrs Norwood Drown and children lIeavrln Randall and Aud rey Cool Springs were the guests of relatives In this community the latter part or last week Messrs George Wilson Dersburg- Tonn and Robert Liles Cromwell were the guests or Mr J R Wilson Wednesday night Mr Walter Myers attended the Ohio County Teachers examination at Hartford Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs Robert Myers visited Mrs Ida Grate near Rosins Sunday Miss Lucy Brown visited her sister Mrs Fanny Wright Schroeder last week lslUngherKyMr J R Wilson attended tile Association at Central Grove Tuesday and Wednesday GeorgoCrumesMiss Dora Paugbt visited Misses Eu nice and Maggie Wilson Sunday night Mr and Mrs Farris Jamison entertained n number ot friends with a musical Friday night There will be preaching at this atI2Asl i Jr- r I f r 7 t jr ire if i t ERECIENRIDGE Ii J COUNTY TA- h I r Ci ARDINSBURG KENTUCIL l AUGUST 30 31 SEPTEMBER 1 I A Clean Moral Agricultural Exposition Something to suit the taste of everybody A display agricultural Products- A Horse Show An exhibition of Cattle Hogs Sheep and Poultry A Running Race each day A Trotting Race each day Floral Hall the greatest in the state j No Gambling A Real Kentucky Fair i Excursion RatesRatesHow Carlisle Missed the dency iI The recent death of John G Car lisle the most dlhtingulHhud nnd brIl- liant Kenlucklan In this generation calls to mind how near he once came to being President of the United States He was Secretary of the Treasury under Clevelands second term It was during this term when the money quit s tlon was tjo most vital political Issue in the country An Interview appeared in a New York paper one morning In which Mr Carlisle was quoted as sayln that If greenback notes were presented to the treasury for redemption he would exercise the optlonpaylng them in sllverlf ft suited the convenience of the treasury best that this would be following out the policy of his jiredecessorHon Daniel Manning who was Secretary or the Treasury under Clovelands first administration This was a vital position The b rich people were drawing gold out the treasury and forcing the Cover- ment to Issue gold lands to restore by means of greenback being presented to the treasury and gold demanded them although on their face It w stated that they were to be p aid ort In lawful moneyaud not necessarily In goldcAB soon as the Now York papers ircached Washington there was a Cab Jnet meeting and after that meeting Mr Carlisle repudiated that Interview Wo have It from a lawyer in Louis villo of high standing that Mr Car lisle was forced by President Cloy e60cland to either deny that interview or resign from the Cabinet According to this lawyer Mr Carlisle chose to remain in the Cabinet Had ho tendered his resignation and stood by that purported Interview with the New York paper ho would bavo been nominated for President at the Chic r CoAVentloa Instead or Mr ryan whcf would likely have been nomlnat ei on the ticket with him as Vice 4 PresIdentF Carlisle would bavo been a power of strength to the party He would have been etrong where Bryan was w lt + 4 T weak His conservatism and his di tlnguluhed siTvlvcs to the country Speaker of the House and nit States Senator would have ke many thousands of Democrats ml ItI the party who left It that year The would have been no Palmer and Duck nee ticket and practically no division In the Democratic ranks The Chin go platform would have been made along more conservative lines and many of the things which drove Democrats away from the party In that famous race would have been conspicuous for their absence We tell confident that Carlisle could have been elected President wUe Bryan tolled v Whether Mr Carlisle gave out the Interview referred to In this article we only have hearsay evidence Daniel Manning certainly took this position and It was not at all In consistent with Mr Carlisles former record Ellzabctbtown News PerIJrAfanchIt a trOUiblelJt1llII0d taro And that I am olive today Is due solely to Dr Kings Now Dtocov ry which completely cured me N o w I weigh 160 pounds and can work It also cured my four children of Croup infallible for Cough aOO Colda Its the moa certain remedy for LaGnlppe Asthma desperate lung trouble and all bronchial affections and 100 A trial bottle free Guarantdei by all druglata m Card of Thanks Wo desire to return to our neighbors and friends our sincere thanks and heartfelt gratitude for the many acts of kindness shown and rendered during the sickness and death of our Lather J T Rowe May Gods purest blessings ever dwell with 70UI all Is the prayer of Tho Fam1lyI Ghiildrn Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA e 1 P i4 of Women sIShare asserted that man is less variable than man tho certainty of that statement lately lost Its edge It Is probably untrue There Is no real reason suppose that woman Is less comp 1or less variable than man She has the same title as he has to these conditions In which her particular characters whatever they be eh find their most complete and fn ful development There Is no more a single Ideal type of woman than th- Is a single type of man It ta reall sorts even to make a sex has been In the past and always m be a piece of gross presumption mans part to say to woman T orshalt thou be and no other wh Nature has made different man has uo business to make or even to desire similar The world wants all the p- ms w e of all the individuals of e er sex goodccan the development of those powers or to Aitieuchan J practlca1yit be incomparably the best in gen eral it is by no means Daces ter 1l1y the best or even good at all every Individual Men are to be oughtbewomen this is the sphere In wh their characteristic potencleswlIl find beat and nose useful expression both for self and others but that is Very different from saying that every woman ought to be a mother orIthat no woman ought to be a BurI Seen We may prefer the maternal to the surgical typo and there be good reason for our preference the surgeon may be very useful and useful or not the question Isnotone of ought Thoughtful should know better than to m ttk this constant confusion between wh ought to be and what is Let us hold to our Ideals let nalby till means have our scale of va A lues but the first question In su isw0women are not of expressionhue of the passing of a ceuture upon Nature betlaxter may know worseDr C W Sal by lathe Forum Tennt1910 Monteagle Sunday School InsU- re lute July 28 August 15 1910 Dates 11516222329Itro roundonAgitimy His Enemies and Himself Intendhmy onbWhen the end no onefbe able to say I was a quitter Insurgency Is an Incident and some small men llko to be the subject Incident An Insurgent politician is whendmen 108anltyegtorgentlstis Taftts hoIMy Ananias Club makes Roosevelt look like a Wednesday night prayer meeting at a fashionable church on a summernight compared with the huIman race Beveridge wouldmakoan Ideal pea tewltIIAnyway no man or set of men canI pialer ties atChll lrinCrypfOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR I A livingInIn a recent editorial in those col j umns on the cost of living the state lnImo retoprofit off the sale of food than bVAAlbanyee A comparison of market and restaura prices printed in Colliers Week Illustrates in detail the enormous afl preclatlon In value which takes place In the transit of food from the farm to the hotel tableI farmn s er and 210 to the marketman For the sixpound planked steak sere for I the retail dealer receives 4i 38 the wholesale 99 cents the cattleman 48 cents A portion of two lamb chops worth 7 cents at wholesale and 3 cents on the hoof costs the guest 50 cents For a short pint rot ra- erries he pays the shippers prl or five plots His 150 portion of asparagus could have been obtained the market for 35 cents and from ofthe famer for 19 cents A cucum restattrahopatron Grapefruit appreciates ma than 500 per cent in transit 800 if atsfuror potatoes at the rate charged certain hotel blue of fare they would n receive 96 a bushel The cost at a highclass restaurant of a single trapsformed it Is true by the the hSm It is estimated that an entire beet carcass yields an average return to a Fifth Avenue restaurant of 150 a at pound The utter disproportion be dlkeepersminor phase of the cost ofltvitigpr lem But it affords a striking lllus tratlon of how under the present stern yg of dealing in commodities the roduction of food has been made importantTail of m 1tw the farm to the consumerNew York World Many requests from Catarrh suffer ers who use atomizers have caused us put up Liquid Cream Balm a new Creambawhich can always be depended on tolYpromote tree natural breathing the two forms of Cream Balm are alike allIby Ely Bros 56 Warren Street Nevi York CryedFOR 4 CASTORIABALD KNOB haPeveningegood singing as kHickory Choir came and joined in the beautiful hyena of God Come again nothing3r tountThere will be singing at this place fdayoabites Clyda Porter of Beaver Dam theighborhoodne r Creekis t Mr John Campbell and family ofJftRoslno are visltiiig Mrs slater Mrs Bertha Leach and family this writing Singing at Mt Pleasant next Sun evening at 230 p m sickob 4 fIngTorrenco Success to the repBbllcan w- Ii or I 2J fr t i OJ h IJ r 0 rcf 0 ro W 1 t 1 t Japaneese Weddings A Japanese wedding alwaya Ink- placers e the sanctuary which Is tQ be found In every Japanese home f the itrikonoma or elevated place o honor This 11 decorated for the oc ason with symbolic articles guch as pine plum tree and bamboo slgnlfy Ing long life lreaco and honesty ricc always offered to the gods and lOtthe sake jugS from which the but tertlies bridesmaids pour out drink for the hhppy couple Only ten persons are present a the marriagethe bride and groom p rents the gobetween and his wlto- andtwo butterflies The bride takes herplace near the brll1egroopl bu- as befits her Inferior state on a er level Her veil conceals her facer till the ceremony Is completed Presently the broker the rod n who has brought the couple together makee formal announcement of the 1 marriage to the lowtoned accompaniment of singers without Instrumental accompaniment In an al1jolnlng room Ordinarily the Japanese wel1dlng ceremony has neither religious nor legal formality It Is an affair of tho family entirely In former times however the priests took a large par t In the function and there are In dlcatlons of a return to this custom In 1900 for Instance at the marrlago of the crown prince a solemn Shinto service was held within the sanctuary of the Imperial palace Usually however says the Wide World Meg 1azino the wedding ceremony Is simply a farmal drinking of sake by bride and bridegroom from the same cuP This partaking of the rice wIne together Is an act as solemn as drink- Ing from the communion cup among Christians Presently the butterflies prepay to fulfill theIr office and on bend cd knee present the twospouted cut of sake to the months of the bride and bridegroom alternately this I1rlnk lag from one cup signifying their future unity In joy and sorrow From each of three tiny cups of different sizes the bride and bridegroom each take three sips After the third cut the gobetween announces that tho ceremony Is ended Orlo and Chrysanthemum are now Mr and ItJolrs Tamura and congratulations feasting are the order of the day The groom does not kiss his bride In public that In Japanese eyeswoultl be unpardonably coarse and vulgar Removing her white silk veil tho y young wife rises from her seat be side the bridegroom and passes the wino cup to the assembled friends Before the banquet she retires and reappears In a different dress repeat Ipg this three or four times during the dinner if she comes from a rich p home After the bride and bride Lroom have taken their places overt body present approachesbows to them and offers congratulations With each guest the hippy pair are supposed to drink a cup of wine but this Is only pretence The wedding feast Itself Is a splen did and costly affair with rice serv ed In countless different ways oyster broth and many other elaborate dishes washed down with hot and cold sake But at last the guests take their leave and the young couple are left alone QandUtC Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrlppe In 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia In 30 minutes At druggist or by mall J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Evasnllle lad Must Pay Up Newspapers over the entire country have been recently glvllo to unl1eratfnd that Uncle Sams post office depart ment meant business about two years ago when It said that all subscription In future must not bo allowed to he In arrears over three mouths Newspapers In Illinois are now being called T on by the postal officials to send them a sworn list of their subscribers indicating how many snail sub scrIbers In arrears over three months Not only have some received ono notice but a succession of them fol low up to Insure the list being put iii shape and for the first time tile newspaper publishers of all lasses of periodicals are made to realize that these rulings apply to them as well as the cheap mall order journals the movement was first started against The ruling means that a publisher Is no longer able to give unlimited cred- It to bill sjlbacrlbersl but that sut- seribors up wltbfn 16e credit limit of three Inonthls olhayoa writ ten order to the effect that eneh subscriber expressly orders the paper Implying promise to pay It the pub Usher does not get his list 1n this shalle he will be citdd to appear itt 4Washlnitonto how cause why his second class postage rate should not JI be withdrawn as was aa recent Iowa publisher along with several others AU of the papers In central and nlirthernIlfnole have recently been notified toitl in sworn statements r y- u r- v r il and several narrowly avoided serious trouble The department is headed south andrapidly as possible cover- Ing the whole nation afn try newspaper here credit was eraly extended ly publishers to their subscrIbers becaaso he know the subscribers would payEarlington Bee Presldel1t Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have lbeeu- t helped by theprfdalIt of the In dulytrll and Orphans Home at laoaan Ga who wrt esWe have used D1e trio BlUer s In JmtLtuiton Cw nine oncetlent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney t19Ub1es We regardl as one Of the best family medicines on eanth It invigorate all vita organs purifies the blood aids dlgcs tlon states aptlte To stnenghen and bu41d up pale thin weak chll dren or rundown people It has no equate Best for female complaints on ly We at III drugWts m app The Folly in Iowa In Iowa the lrolltlclans have made the most lose over fife socalled reign of higher prices Yet of all the Pro pie Iowa people have been most ben eUted ThrtJefourths of the people o this state are farmers and the other onefourth are moro or less directly Interested In farming AU the products of the farm have brought high prices Corn60 cents a bushel and wheat a dollar a bushel cattle eight cents a pound and hogs nine cents a pound and horses out of sight During these years the farmers have been able to sell any thing they had at good prices They have prospered as never before They have paid oft mortgages and they have bought automobiles For the first time In the history of the state they have verily come Into their own At the same time they have bought more sugar for a dollarmore kerosene fora quarterand fence wire has been cheap They have been buying shoes at practically the same prices and they can get just as good a suit of cloth- Ing orr 12 or 20 as ever they bought It anything better made But the politicians have rented against these conditions and ranted until they have almost brought things to a halt These politicians have neither understood the people nor have they trial to servo their Inter eststhey have simply laid what they believed were the foundations for their own continuance In office But If the politicians succeed the farmers will find that they will again be selling everything for less while the things they buy will not vary muchCedar Rapids Republican QUICK s MEDICINE COUOU Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTEED Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Evauvllleld In Fair Japan Miss Marie c Stopes went to Japan with a definite object Although young she Is a geologist and she spent n year In exploring coal mines and col lecting fossils with which she combined visits to Japanese as well as Eu ropeau residents dancing and dining and seeing the country She came Into touch with every class from the officials at Tondo to peasants In wild places where no Eu ropcan woman lied ever been seen And she has written A Tournal from Japan It Is fresh and graphic anti gives n very real impression of the lIfo of the country Of the varied experiences It relates some are delightful especially thut of a perfectly Ideal ruin on the cliff above a tiny bay I took a small room facing the Sea where the breakers dashed on to the cliffs and found that though inside the house on one side It was open because a big piece of cliff stuck right Into the bulndlng This gave a charming view of mossgrown rocks and a hollow stone with a lake In It lying between nee and the next room Tho bathroom was also scooped out of the solid rock and was a great vaultUke place The beds were excellent and the bill was 66 cents On the other hand one receives a discon certing Impression on hearing of n pro Lessor who with his wire and children had settled Into a new house to be told that a leper had just died there 9 the tendency of JaVlneee 6entlo mon to strip at fnspproprlate niofientd must be a trifle embarrassing till one becomes accustomed to It Wont Need a Crutch When Editor J P SoeSIDan of Cam neUusN c inntised llta leg badly iLtkantad an ugly sore Many irllVE and a1s tdnelits provEd wortWom Then Bucklens Arnica Salve healed itthero- ughly NothJg Is so prompt and sure for Ulcers Boll D rn3BrUI9 MCut Quns fores Pimples EC- zema or Piles 2Gcat all druggists t I a raeaaar One Hundred Years and Over Ravens according to several au thenUo records of these birds In France given by Button have considerably outlined the century mark The crow Is said by Mont belllari to exceed the century Shakespeare calls this bird the trehlel1dat crow evidently his allusion to his age being reckoned by three figures A parrot was broughtt from Italy to France In 1633 and Prottesso Schulze otGotQwen says that this certain knowfdge the bird was alive In 1743 and was therefore 110 years old A swan has lived more than a con tury according to Bacon In Alklnd r In Holland a swan died In 1672 with a collar on its neck dated IG73 A hawk waS brougght from the Cap of Good Hope to England In 1792 that when captured had a golden collar bn- 1t sayIng that the bird belonged to James I and dated 1610 which would make the bird 182 years old PIke are described by Button one as 100 and another as 123 years old Carp are longlived Gesslier says that one lived In a 11001 In the Palatine more than a century The elephant was chosne by the early Romans as the symbol of eternity According to Philostratus thet ancients credited the elephant with a life of 400 years D1umenbael says It Is probable that the elephant wIllI live 200 years Tavernier deems the accounts received from elephant keepers In India as reliable that reports o the sagacious creatures having been In captivity from 100 to 130 years A whales years can not bo accu rately ascertained Hut it judgment be made by the size and number of the laminae of whalebone that are believed to increase yearly then some whales have certainly lived from 300 to 400 years Curvier and other Frene naturalists came to the conclusion that the great whale that were exhibited In Trafalgar Square In London In 1831 and that attracted thousands of visitors front the continent was most surely from UOO to 100 years old theStops Cough heals the Lungs QUICKS MEDIC NI If nol better then any other money back J C tENDENIfALL MEDICINE CO RVANSVILLEINDThe Dr J M Buckley the well1m own editor and divine addressing a New York City Sunday school related an incident that greatly interested the chill I1ren lIe told of meeting a ragged hungrylooking little girl In the street on a wintry day and when he questioned i her site recited a pitiful tale of n sick mother and younger brothers and 1 sisters without food After giving her a sliver dollar the good doctor follow ed at a safe distance to see what she would do with the money Now children what do you suppos was the first thing she bought with that dollar salll Dr Buckley Hands upl Up went the hands and one child after another ventured a guess but none proved correct Finally a little boy whose upraised hand alone remained was asked for his answer tot the questionSsang Correct said the doctor theres come U- IIIhereyou think 1t was n basket h After considerable coaxing the boy reached the platform but seemed unwilling to tall Go on urged the doctor I want these boys and girls to learn to think too i The boy still hesitated and Dr Buck ley took from his pocket a sliver quarter ict Ill give you this ho salllhlf youll tell us what makes you think the little girl bought a basket first Dehecal1se stammered the youngster at last moved by tile slight of the monel was over In Uobolwn last Sunday and heard you tell the I story thcroIIarpers Magazine Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made on arrangement with the publishers of the Inland Farmer of Louisville wherebY we are enabled to farntah The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for 160 The Inland Farmer Isa weekly Jour nal and one of the best farm papers published In the United States Our readers should take advantage of this offer U Worry Does Kill Modern scIence has brought to light nothing more curiously interesting than that worry will kill More remarkable still It has been able to l1ete mine from recent discoveries just how worry does kill It ie believed by many scientists who have followed Jefullthe growth of the adencoof brain disease that cores of the deaths lCt down to other causes are dueto o1 ryand that alone The tlcorys a slllpleone so sipple that any one can un a- y r t r derstand It Briefly says the Journal of Phystolog cal Therapeutics It amounts to this Worry injuries beyond repaIr certain cells of the brain and the brain being 1the nutritive center of the body tine organs become gradually lnjur eat and when some diseases of these organs or n combination or them arise ath finally ensues Thus worry kills Insidiously me many other diseases It creeps u1on- the brain In tile form of a single constant neverlost Idea and as a drop ping or water over a perod of years will wear a groove In the stone so does worry gradually Imperceptibly and no less surely destroy the brain cells that lead all the rest which are so to speak the commanding officers of mental power health and motion WOlry to make the theory still stronger Is un Irritant at certain points which produces little harm If It comes at Intervals or Irregularly Occasional worrllllent the brain can cope with but the iteration and the reiteration of one idea of a disquieting sort the cells of the brain are not proof agalnet It Is as It the skull were laid bare and the surface of the brain struck lightly with a hammer every few seconds with mechanical precision with nerve a sign of u stop or the failure of a stroke Just maddening thought that will not be done away with strike or fall upon certain nerve cells never ceasing diminishing the vitality or the delicate organisnia that are so nihuito that they can be seen only under the microscope Hows This We offer One HllnTed Dollars Reward for any also of CMtmh that cannot be cutrd by hells Caturrli Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo O We due undersigned have known F J Cheney for the laFt Iii yours oud- behove him glerfcctly honorable Jn aU I business transactions made by his fJrlnWallling I Koln Jnn MarvlnWhaloi sale DntggJNtli Toledo O I Halls Ottanrh Cure Cure Is iakelt Internally acting directly upon this system7Lc per bottle Sold by ail Dmgg1ts- 1lko halls Fundlg fills fey SCI- paI1on I Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 300 directed to me which issued front the Clerks office of the Ohio CircuitI Court In favor of Oscar against Ansel Wllmn for tilt sum ofI 19Siii with interest from Uecember 1009 and 03v costs 1 or one or I lilY deputies will on the 5th lay of I September 191 between the hoUls- of 10 oclock a m and 2 oclock p In at the courthouse door In Hartford Ohio County Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the ollowing property or so much thereof as rosy be accessary to satisfy debt Interest null cost to 1IIIalntlfstract or parcel of laud In I eutllclr bounded rot by the lauds ot Cal David- on on the rust hr the lauds of T01n- mith on the south hy Rough River and rot the west by the lauds of Sam Davidson and the I C HalllOall anti AIHIIIIugh und which land his bet u III the adverse possesstou of sold Wilson and his venlola for more than thirty yaars Levied on as the property of aUtsel Wilson Terms Sale will bo made Oil a edit of six months hood with approved sccurty required lutet est tit the rate of six For Cent Per annum from day of sale nntl having till force and effect of n replevin bond Witness my nand this lith day of August 1010- 5t3 T II BLACK 50 C Real Estate 60 Acres of the finest IlouSlt river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford About 20 acres its cultivation Good dwelling and out build Ingo A bargain for 1250 We have 460 acres of fine bottom land from one next a halt to two miles of Hartford part of It wIth Umber Also about 76 acres of upload belonging to the same tmot- TCImS easy 14p141d a 180 Acres of land two mills Isouth of Roslae on a free delivery routs out of Beaver Dam 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres Umber land and the rest of It fairly good upland Five roost frame two story house two barns and good tenant house Splendid orchard never falling wen In Yard and horse lot and spring In easy reach ot the house In good repair Must boo sold and will bo sold at a bargain Apply toBARNETT SMITH Hartford Ky Tim Kind You Have Always Bought and vhlch has been in use for over 30 years has borno the signature or and has been mado under his per J sonal supervision since its infancy a eCG4 Allow no ono todeceive ynuinthis All Counterfeits Imitations and Justusgoocl arc hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and CWJdrenExperiencc against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor on Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic tmbstauce Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms mud allays Feverishness It cures DInrrhaa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cureI Constllmtloll and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates time Stomach and Bowels gldng healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Jr1C1uJ GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CtNUUII COMPANY Tr MONNY TUT NEW TONG CITY n 18uTdA RIDER AGENT EltCHTOWN district to andnd eahibtt a bicycle famished by us Our agents everywhere are making money last iVrie or uIIJalituaIIIJ Wuhlptoallow T1 N nAYa lltlE TRIAL during which time you may riefthe bicycle and put it to any test OU wish II 1ou art then not perfectly or do not with to keep the bicycle ship It crtWemake actoIInlee behind your bicycle IU NUT BUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from aeyrau actorpricerwhen 011 receive our beautiful catalogue ant wondnJNUjlowMttttfun any other factory We are satisfied with ttoo profit above factory coSt nlCkCLFI DIrt1EBS y can sellnur bicycles under your own name plate al eoaoe our price Order filled the day received ID SECOND LAND IIICYCLES We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles but usually have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago remit stores These we clear out at prices ranin from 83 108M or tllln Vescrlptive bargain lislS mailed free BRAKESIrllo whoels Imported roller and pedal pan repairs and COASTER of all kinds at halhtnalrttail pros 5 0 HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF 0- ASELFHEALING TIRES TOINTRODUCEPAIR ONLY itsThe regular retail Drteollhese titS it- trSo Derpair brat fo introduce we will relyeuasamplepairlar80tah will ordertlJJ- HO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tack or Glnu will not let the air out Sixty thoulalld paIrs sold last year Over two hundred thousand pairs now In USe DESCRIPTION Made lnall sizes Illslively and easyridingverydurableand Iaed u l h a pectal qllamy 01 ruuuer wmell ntver becomea w tug NotloethalhlekrubbertrtheIiiuponceortwiceinawboleeasou otherbytread LASY IUVINGadertlsln purpoacA weare maklnl a the rider of oaly 8o per pair All ordera ahtppetsame day letter II received We shIp C O n on approval You do not a cent until you have examined and found then Irlcllv u represented We will allow a cadsllcount of 5 per cent thereby making the price 465 per pair If yon send FUEL CASH WITlt OItDE Jt and advertisement You run no risk to sendingu an order as the rites may be returned at OUR expense ii for any rason they are on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us U as e bank If you order a pair of these tires you tiad that they side easier run faster wear better last longer look tiller than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know will beo wen that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence his remarkable lire offer ofIFthe specal introductory price quoted above or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices OD NOT blCcleHoffers we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything write It NOW J La MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL L SII tc Save S75 IONEII FULL I300KKEEPIIIG COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only The regular price is SEOO Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us wiliut fIve days after seeing it and tcllitH us where they saw It will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Hooks and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use BUSINESS COLLEGE Second and W nut t1A LOUiSIILtE KV fJ 4 hlp f 1 r Hartford Republican J5IItend aetording to- rtaw at the Poatotac- sEarHordxy aamaa matter bt the aeeoad a1wC BARNETT EDITOR XZZPZ012iCS bzlan6M40g2OUCh ZMM T6FRIDAY REPUBLICAN TICKET U For Judge Court ot Appeals JUDGE J ALLEN DEANI Kansas was born kicking and prob ably will never get over the habit wanted D Rockefel Ter to invest In an airship but he sand the EARTH was good enough for hIm The Tennessee Democratic Insurgents seem to be about as contrary as the Kansas or Iowa Republican In sargentBtMr Bryan will probablY not wr tet up the first battle ot the County Option Issue In Nebraska He doubt less will prefer to forget It I The state ot Texas has announced Senator Bailey for President Texas Is the Lone Star State and likelY to be also the lone Bailey state It has been claimed that this Is to be a Democratic year however we i notice that all the Interest centers In the Republican prlmarlpst A man who forgets his friends and the favors they bestow Is sooner or i later bound to reap his bitter end This Is true In politics as well as everything else It has been several months since- a northern magazine or newspaper la ventured to slander Kentucky A few more Incidents like that which hap pened at Newark State of Ohloshould be enough to make them forget Kentucky was ever referred to the Dark and bloody ground The Hartford Herald never gets sore with any ot Its leaders It meekly and suplneely bows Its to any and all of them It Is akneeI known fact that It contains a particle of Independence whim Iti comes to partisan matters It wilt follow a goat as quicklY as It wlll a ebeep provided It Is labeled demo cracyIt the duty ot every Republican In Ohio County to attend the mass sepItember convention to nominate a candidate e forCongress In this district Do remain away from the convention notI then complain that you had no either In the selection of your delegates or In the nomination Senator Gore has exhonerated Vice President Sherman and Senator Curtis from the aspersions cast Ullon them by hllll In the Indian Invests ptlon matter This is good In Sen ator Gore but who Is going to rate him for allowing his mouth t- go off half cocked about a matter which he seems to have been mistaken and would have Injured the replI- tatlons ot two Innocent men The Hartford Herald attempts make somebody believe there I trouble between the editor of thi paper and U S Marshall G W Long Cause of some reference In those columns to a letter which was read at a meeting of thl Itepubllccan peUaoo Court committee at Branch The herald Is wrong as usual The relations of the editor this ilaper and dlr Long are of very best Tile editoranewspaper must take a cheerful view ot himself and his Infallibility when he attempts to pick the mote out ot his brothers eye not discovering the beam In his own by claiming that an accidental misspelled word which passes the hands ot a proof reader unnoticed L a much greater error than taistake ot printing 6 for 16 In own Journal allowing It to through some allagocl proof reader- hands unnotloed The gift to ourselves as others see us Is a Heav born one The Hartford Herold says that this paper has discovered that there a difference In ladles gloves some yre made out ot certain material and ome out of other etc This true the editor of this paper long ago made this dlscoTery and we plead pUt However the editor ot the Herald has never yet learmted to read- Feerrectly tVopara aphsn two d1- t24xtot acts and he stands conj tad of havlDS attempted to de 4 ceive his readers by publishing two quotations from the Dingle law and attempting to palm them off on the public as a large Increase In ladles and chndrens gloves attributing the higher rate given under one schedule the first paragraph ot which distinctly stated that It was of differ eat material from the one quoted g lower rates When in tact bot schedules are In the Dlngley blUw and both In the Aldrich bUt Why not enlighten your readers concerning this matter Instead ot s ttempt Ing to laugh yourself out of court r THE ANONYMOUS LETIERC WRITER In another column of this paper will be found an article from Island Ky telling ot the contemptible yer secution rssorted to ngalnst a mlnlsa ter ot the gospel who has been holdtI Ing a series ot meetings at that place through the medium ot the anonymous letter writer This Is a chance resorted to by only cowards of the lowest type The person who would send through the malls an offensive communication to a fellow citizen by disguising his handwriting and concealing the name Is more conI temptlble than a snake and would a house or commit murder just as quick If assured that the object ot his persecution would never know who did It and that he was sure toE escape the walls ot the penitentiary to which everyone lays him or her 1Ia missive through are handled by the United States It Was Revised Downward The Cedar Rapids Republican points that during the first year ot Its operation the Payne law has Increas ed Imports of foreign goods to the tune ot 200 millions of dollars This means that about that amount 2t S American goods were displaced on the a American market It would not be surprising It It should be found In year or two that the new Tariff law makes too great concessions to foreign manufacturers In the meanI IIsPolitenessA Business Asset Politeness Is a business asset at the command of every girl who mustI earn her own living says Anna Steese Richardson In the September Womans Home Companion She may not be as expert with the tylewrlter the sewingmachine or the drafting tools as her fellowworker but she can always hold her own when It comes to courtesy She may not be able to wear as smart tailored suits and blouses as the girl at the next desk but she can be just as polite or more so She may lack the strong personality which Is such L factor In scoring business success butI thelmuch I I elevator starteror the elevator opera- tori In a way that will make birq say to a chum after you pass There goes a lady a real lady You can say goodmorning to the little redheaded orrlceboy who puts down your time In a way that will make him say to the little cashglrl or 11messenger with whom ho Is always scrapping Say If you was like her Id marry you some day You can say goodmorning to your employer In a way that will make him realize that you are a credit to his establishment a womanly girl not isIou can say gOOlImornlng and- thank you and please all you go through your days work to the fresh youngIII unoDndIeyour own Ing Is transformed Into the joy of In dependence and those among whom you work look for your coming with pleasure which after all Is one of the rewards of living We all to appreciation and politeness wins an predation as the sun draws flower S from the earth 4 beEASTVIEW e passAug 23Mr and Mrs A T i renc lists00Mrs Sallie Martin returned to her home Sunday at this place after Ing three months with relatives Owensboro Mrs D F Austin and children ot- Is Beaver Dam are the guest ot Mr S n French Messrs D J French Elle Martin- Is Dave Sadler and Dud King attended the Woodman barbecue at Masonvllle Saturday Revs James and Rickard held an aU days services at Nt Carmel Sunday Mr and Ms Arment Mayfield ape SatUrday and Sunday with relatives at Masonvllle 1 m 11Augturned home Saturday from MUhten burg where she had been jl lUng friends and relaUvese- Mr I N M Taylor and daughter Jew parentslMrMrs SailI e Conater of Ennis Ky I i the guest ot her sisterlnlaw Mrs Amanda Campileld froniSaturt day until Monday Mrs t Josephine Sweat and daught ter ot Nashville Tennessee are the t guests ot her sister Mrs Amanda Mr Billie Williamson Luzerne and Miss Katie Dunks ot Central City were the guests ot relatives from t Thursday until Monday Misses Mary and Margaret Taylor Thomas Taylor Greenville are guests ot their grandmother MrsI Margaret TaylorJMisses Dessle and Daisy Dryant Cool Springs were the guests ot Miss Ethel Drown from Thursday until Sunday Mr andllrs Nuts Brown and laughter of Iuhlenburg county IrIand Mrs Fox Drown and two children spent Sunday with 3Ir Dick Drown I Miss Nora Taylor Is visiting relatives at Central City this week Several from this place attended the County association at Rochester Tuesday and Wednesday J Born to Mrs Cline Derryman last a fine boy I Republican County Convention Called To the Republicans of Ohio County i Pursuant to a call ot the Fourth District Republican Congresslon al committee for a convention to beheld In Lebanon Kentucky Septembej 1910 for the purpose of Republican candidate for Congress to be voted for at the November electon a mass convention of th 3M Republicans ot Ohio County Is hereby called to meet at the courthouse In Hartford at 1 oclock p m standard on Saturday September 3 1910 the purpose ot selecting 33 delegates to represent Ohio county In said Congressional convention and for tran suction of any other business which may properly be brought before the convention Hartford Ky Aug 9 1910 R D MARTINChmn JOHN G KEOWNSecy Pleasant Social Mrs S A Anderson entertained Monday evening at her elegant home on Washington street In honor of Mrs James Morton ot New Frank Inn Mo Games were played re freshments served and the evening was very pleasantly spent Those present besIdes the and guest of honor were Mrs WIl burn Tinsley Mrs C M Barnett Mrs John n Wilson Mrs Rowan Holbrook Mrs H P Taylor Mrs John Keown Mrs A E Pate Mrs R T Collins Mrs Virgil Elgin Mrs JrS Glenn Mrs Maggie Griffin Mrs Carl Anderson Mrs Z Wayne Grit fin Mrs E D Pendleton Mrs J H Williams Mrs Hame Drown Misses Lettlo Marks Mattie Sanderfur Mag gle Nalle Jessie Nallo Marlam Holbrook Cova Anderson and Elsie Matthews CENTERTOWN Aug 22Rev Frank Baker of Lex Ington Is here vlslltng his uncle P Baker IIrs R V Caldwell and daughters Fanny and Anna are here visiting th family of H II Davis Miss Anne Lee Taylor UnrUord and Miss Anna Lewis Whltworthot liar dlnsburg are vlslitng dllss Mary Emma Baker this week- Miss Flora Taylor Hartford Is vls Itlng her friend Miss Laura Rowe Mr Jesse Felix Ilartford visit the family ot Lee Mason Monday Miss Mary Emma Baker entcrtalne PSI UJt u j jjj j j j iI = I Let Us Show You Our Line Of Et- fitfi BUGGIES andSU RIESi 1We are headquarters for the famous Owensborothe genuine 6eot and Banner Buggies and Surries which are fully guaran = teed They will last longer and run easier than any other buggy or b Itfi surrey on the market = fi THE OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO E tlNInoorporntcd Nt = Hartford KentL1cky = 1 tfi a few ot her friends at her home Monday evening Fred Chapman has accepted a posl tlon as telephone operator at DavyI Ky Mrs E M Woodward and Mrs E Davis are visiting relatives In Mc Lean county this week Rev Hiram Drown delivered three able sermons for us Saturday and Sunday Mlles Irene Davis and Mr E M Davis and wire spent Saturday and SundAy with the family of LewIs Ful kerson of Kronos last week E S lIe Ullan and J T Bennett have exchanged homes on srteet1Ir Garfield Ollpr has moved from town to the farm ot Everett Tlchenor J M Carter has purchased a home ot F 3i Allen In West part of town Ohio County Farmers Institute The Ohio County Farmers Institute will convene at Hartford September 23 and 24 1910 A large attendances upon the part ot the farmers Is urg ed Competent Instructors will be on hand and everything pertaining to soli fertilizer crops etc will be gone over In a thorough manner You con not afford to miss this meeting De sure to attend both days Mf C RANKIN Comr In Loving Memory J T Rowe who after suffering for two days tell asleep In the arms u Tesus August 9th He leaves a brok en hearted ompanlon and ten cchlldren besides the grand children to his loss But we feel our loss 1 s papas gain for he was a God fearing- T and God serving Ivan Weep not dear mother and chll dren although the vacancy In our homes shall never more be filled but only think that Pas suffering f now over and he Is with Jesus watt log to greet us on the judgment morn Papa was 72 years old and loved b- everypno who knew limn The larg crowd ot weeping friends and the beautiful flowers placed on his graved was evidence ot the love htey had fo him Ho will bo greatly missed Ono of the Family 20 BUSHELS OF POTATOES Value of 20 Bushels of Potatoes in March in March 1896 When Measured by the Whole sale Prices of the Following Staple Articles IhArticle Ualtlarch Dln iedh Cones Rio No r MMIcaad T2 rr Motile Yew Orleans open kettlOaloD 1T it lore Uomsetle cholcM r HIouud 15- d r silt AmrleanMMM MHarnl r 6 H MIO Poande Ins iiatsoftererannlated MMM Ponds 26 74 carpet nrneel Yards 5 4 Carpetlogrwln MYard U a PcttonAeonell4yard to the Yard71 U- OIulIham A mOike IIyard si 11 xhtetleRs Bleached ID1 yrd tJ nI- IbeeUaln Urowu IpperellYard er e7- xhlrtinge lIIeaehed Iron of th LoomM 64 to xhoaa Idn ricl kid body ar weft lalnM a 01 lIaltlulII Clay ortd 12 oautlMyard 4 4 Coal Aatbraelt tonMMlIab liS III Coal Ultumluou UorlfM Creek ew York HarborlIubel SO 4letrolm nnned161 w WMMHUlIoll W a- narbedwirsUnlranlrad Poaud 2l1i Iss Nail Wire elghtpenny MMPound In 123 itrlekCommon domeottc M preka IOn 11- 12ClmatlortlaDd Dometlc a amts 4 15- IIme Common H MMlIrrel a 4 4tOak whitllana M FCM Its 102 C1PfMIMMM N 1 II 1d pratelHtM IiT 269 a MIthlremalning y 0 rrith145mmilnlog fJf I manna Aug 22The death angel has visit ed our community and claimed little Vera Keown daughter of Mr and Mrs A S Keown For several weeks little Vera lay sick while she had all the attention that loving hands could give and hte attention ot two good physicians she gradually grew weaker until Saturday morning August 20th when the messenger said Vera S come home and stay with your sister that her a few years ago 0SoIIIsor deaths Live so all to meet her In givether uprLittle Vera Is oer the river at homer with her Savior and friends never to roam where the golden gates areI swinging there with angel she Is slngt Ing Little Vera ore the river here f below 0 we miss you as we tourney to and fro but wehope In Heaven to yourResolutions Respect Whereas our fellow member Dr J T Hardin has recently sustain eel II bereavement In the untimelY death ot his brother Be It Resolved First That the Dosteoka Club extend to him our most heartfelt sympathy In this great sorrow and commend him to the great comforter Second That a cbpy ot these res the minutes ourtbereaved brother and furnished to the local papers for publication 11lcDOWELL A JOGLF- RAYllER W TINSLEY J NEY FOSTER Committee Ie The Issue is ProtectionI sThat Senator Aldrich the most stal wart of standpatters Is going Into the hotbed ot Insurgency to meet they charges brought against him In that laweas It stands Is the boldest and most AlsoeIrIt gives a real dramatic touch to the atUtudlzlng ensemble It Senator Drlstow reckoned that a lifelong policy ot Ignoring malicious and unjust attacks would permit to assail Senator Aldrich with Im punity the annQunccement that the Rhode Islander Is to fight back indthe Kansan gasp He must make good his repeated assertions that Sett ator Aldrich framed the rubber and cotton schedules with the view to Un Ing the pockets ot himself and associates with tainted millions or rest under the reptoaeh that he challenged the probity ot colleague on unsupported testimony This shUt in the situation moans that an aggressive front with Senator Aldrich poInting the wiLy Is the stalwart plan ofcampaign The Issue le the Protection ot American In- dustrIes and this Is narrowed down to a few schedules Upon other points of difference the two wings ot the party were brought together by the enactment ot the Taft programme Into law Prospeiityonslasting basis Is through tits rorkins of a system nevi erollclImpaired except whets theieo j w i pie saw fit to send Its enemies to Washington with a mandate to make- a Tariff for revenue only To show them the folly ot repatlng the mistake ot 1892 Is the task t owhleh Senator Aldrich now lends his voice and leadershlpWash1ngton Post Notice There will bo a lawn Ice cream supper at the residence ot Mrs L Glenn under the ausplcles ot tho Ladles Society from five to eleven p m tonight for the bene of the church All are cordially Mettle IlatclMlcr Mrs DetUe Hatcher died at her residence at Centortown last Monday of old age and incident troubles She was 71 years old three children and was a slst ot Mrs Penn Taylor and Mrs Joe C Bennett ot Hartford Her occurred at 10 oelock iIRev L W Tlchenor with remarks at the grave by Rev R D Bennett ot Hartford She was a good wom n1well known and leaves many to mourn Special Excursion to Louisville Illinois Central Railroad Co Leaves Covington Tenn 7 a m August 30 1910 passing Beaver Dam 515 p m Arrive at Louisville 1000 pm Returning leave Louisville 4 p m Thursday Sept 1 1910 Fare for round trip 175 Two days and two nights In Louisville For further information call on J E WILLIAMS Agent Beaver Dam Ky Pay Yo- urTAXESRepresentatives of the Ohio County ty Sheriffs office will be all the fol lowing places at the times ldlcated for the purtP08O of tssuing tax re celpts anti you will save coning to the county seat or avoid the necessi ty of a vdsit to your home by arranging w settle to thin manner DEPUTY SHERIFF S O KEOWN nWlLlIbe atlthe following placesa Bells Run Aug 20 forenoon Tarry In the afternoons McHenry Aug 27 Rockport Aug 29 forenoon Broad way In the afternoon Render Aug 30 forenoon Taylor Mines In the afternoon Deanfleld Sept L Herbert Sept 2 I Fordsvtlle Sept 3 DEPUTY SHERIFF A W BLACK Will be at the following plaices- Roslne Aug 26 forenoon Iforton In the afternoon I Sunnydale Aug 29 In the afternoon Dundee ug30 Narrows Sept 5 Xrlsier Sept 6 Shreye Sept 7 JiatoneinBede Sept 12 I ArlrsHetUa Sept 15 r 1 1t THBLAOK S Oier- r r tIP t tY 4r I v THEY ARE HEREr KORRECTe1a mistake and buy before looking over these Shoes They are the acme of stylewear and workmanship They come in Vici Burro Jap forgetthat I J r f saves you money I fit and are 1 man to the in Reid Our- GUARANTEE upperhAMlc II worn though we will rtflict will I WEB BURT tit PACKARD Co MAKERS BROCKTON MAUACHUIITT Kprrect Shape SATISFIED CUSTOMERS ARE OUR BEST ADVERTISEMENT style they needs suffer SHOE Price oewptlr SoLD BY l 1 I Hartford Republican f FRIDAY AUGUST 26 HllnolsCentralRallroad Time- Table At Beaver Dam KY Northoud Monlh Bonnd No1S1due405ap No 121 du1S5 a m- NoI7ldueltatpm Noleldue248pn Ho103 da14a pm No Ill due 815 p m- Me I H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky TraIns pass Hartford at the follow ing times NORTH BOUND 112729 a m passenger Dally 114340 p m Mixed alley except SundaySOUTH BOUND 115 920 a m Mixed Dally except Sunday 113146p m Passenger Dally August 3031 Sept 1 Brecken ridge County Fair L Breckenridge County Fair next week beginning Tuesday Mr R B Everly Matanzas called to seo us while In town yesterday Only three days hut all big days ot the BrecKenridge County Fair 1Prot A E SanderfurrBoover Dam called to see us while In town Wed nesday Pure Paris Green 30c per pound lOlb lots 28c Hartford Grocery CoI Economy Fruit JarsSee samples canned in our window Hartford Grocery poIMrs R E Duke Is the her parents Mr and MrsB W y Start Select t I Mri Rowan Holbrook and son Har rold were In Louisville on business the first of the week J Rev J Tuck his regu k lar appointment at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening FOR SALE One house and lot In Beaver Dam and farm containing 45 acres onehalf mile west of Beaver Dam MRS 0 L WOODWARD Bt4 Beaver Dam Ky Mr E O Thomas representing i Rogers Sons Monumental Works Memphis Tens 1s the guest of his brothers J A and Walter Thomas F city w1 iiiv i r H f yy we Recommend KORRECTSHAPE and have Staked our Reputation t n them IIFor wearing qualities breaking unequaledII IIuKORRECTSHAPE The Breckenridge County Fair begins at Hardlsnburg next Tuesda and continues three days Dr H J Bell has bccn Llvermor Ky for the past several days engaged In the praclfce of his profession Hon WE8eiite Judge of the Court of Appeals was In Hartford yes terday looking after his fences for reelectJonIMr A Grlgsby and wife have returned from a two weeks visit toI their daughter Mrs O M Selbert I Mt Carmel 111 I The Breckenrldgo County Fair Is I going to be bigger and better than ever this year which Is its usual wayI of doing things It will costyou only 170 round- trip rate from Centertown othc- points in proportion to go to the Hardlnsburg Fair next week I Mr W W Camp and family o Owensboro Ky are the guests o Mr B F Bean and family of the east Hartford neighborhoodI Mr C M KImbley formerly resident of Ohio county but who fo the past several years has resided in Owensboro and who was assistant Postmaster at Owensboro for several years was a pleasant caller yester day FREE HOMESTEADS from 40 160 acres land in Ala Ark Fla La and Miss GIVEN AWAY by UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ito success ful applicants Send 25c for Informa Won and application form DIXIEc HOME CO Naraja Florida Fresh and cured Meats Lard and Family Groceries cheap as they can be sold We also have Economy Fruit Jars best on the market for preserving fruit vegetable and meats guaranteed to keep Indefinite ly W H MOORE SON KyIa Winkler Owensborp were united marriage at the residence of Rev J W Bruner Hartford WedpesdaY Rev J W Bruner officiating After a brief visit to relatives in the adjacent neighborhood they returned to their home at Owensboro Mrs Dr E W Ford and children jfancy Amby and Edward accom panted by a cook are camping at EI mltch and also entertaining the fol fowlng little gull of Hartford Ruth 4 Spauldlng Nona Murphy AmyJavli Mattie Duke Flora Riley and Nelli King They will be absent until Saturday 1tr f 0 I Rev Elgin will preach at Goshen Sunday at 11 a m and night Al so at Taylor Mines at 330 p m goodattendance at all services Is de siredWANTEDReliable energetic man to sell Lubricating Oils Greases mid Paints In Ohio and adjacent counties Salary or commission STETSON OIL CO Cleveland Ohio Mr Shelby Taylor of Crawley La Is visiting friends and relatives In Hartford and Beaver Dam Mr Tay lor Is at present Railroad Commissioner In the State ot Louisiana Mrs Eliza Oinnd daughterMrs Daisy Carroll who have been the guests of Mr D Ford and family for several days returned to their home In Chicago Monday People of Hartford and surround ing country can go to the Hardlna burg Fair and return the same day Round trip from Centertown 170 intermediate points In proportion Three days beginning next Tuesday The minutes ot the Ohio County Baptist Association held at Central Grove church August ICth and 17th are being issued from the Job print ing department of this offlcce and will be ready for distribution by the last of next week Youll regret it If you miss It the Hardlnsburg Fair next weekI See your old friends and make nc ones have a great time It won cost you much Round trip from Centertown 170 Hartford 150 so on This fair is always good but it Is the aim of the managers to make It better this year than ever Three days beginning next Tuesday The people of this section will be given an oportunity to attend xa great fair at Hardlnsburg next week Round trip tlcekts will be sold from Centertown at 170 Hartford 150 and intermediate points in propor tion Special train returning loaves Hardlnsburg at 430 p m Its a fine chance to have a little outing for a small amount August 30 31 September 1 On Monday evening lastMiss Mary Emma Baker of Centertown delightfully entertained at a lawn fete In honor of her visitors Miss Annie Lewis Whltwortu ot llardlnsburg and Miss Annie Lee Taylor of Hart ford The invited guests were Misses Annie L Whitworth Annie Lee Taylor Eula Iva and Eva Ash by Rowena Rowe Pearl Tlhcenor Laura Tall Laura Rowe Flora TayI lor Irene Davis Dollle Cunningham Katie Hill Willie Bishop Margaret and Mary E Baler Mayme RoweI BennettyMattie and Gladys Maddox Bessie Tlchre nor Augusta Gieger Mary McKln ney Rena Tlchonor Ella Lawrence Ethel Rowe and Stella Ashby Messrs E H Goodall Raymer Tlnsley Jesse Felix John Render Byron and SUlI He Mason Shelby BosketRay Chap man Albert Rowe Roy Bennett Wing and Richard Kincheloe Clark CalI vert Iron Hatcher Roy McMillan Hubert Ashby and Robert RoweI NoticeII will present my bills on the first each month Please dont ask for more time I pay cash and have to ELLiSr4t4 The Produce Man tCEDAR GROVE tAug 23Bro Willis filled his appointment at New Bayous Saturda night and Sunday Several from here attended the un unday11I Ethelly Foreman Sulphur Springs were the MagIIMr Murray Coppage Is on the sick list Mr J B Renfrew and family of Narrows visited at Mr Dill Rcnfrows SuntlayIIBro Harper will begin a protracted meet at this place Sunday School here Is progressing nicely with Miss Verna Mdgan teacher Miss Cora Bennett Dead Miss Cora Bennett daughter of Mr and Mrs Isaac M Bennett Hart hershome last Sunday night after several weeks Illness of typhoid lever The deceased who was twentynine years old professed religion in October 1908 and united with the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Beulah After funeral services conducted at the Beulah church by Rev T C Wll son of Ceclllan her remains were Interred In the church cemetery at oclock p m Monday afternoon Miss Cora will be greatly missed by sincerestecondolence of The Republican In this t- thelraad bereavement y 1 I H 6 PRENTiS arAe a n at this place last Saturday night The public School at this place Is progressing nicely so far Mr Sam Taylor of Beaver Dam teacher We hope the school will continue to grow In Interest We are expecting a good school as we have a well experienced teacher Dr I J Hoover spent a pleasant visit among his old friends and asso elates at this place last week after spending several months In Medical school at New York city Mr Archie Swain of Luzerne was the guest of his parents Jlr P A Swain of this place last week Mrs Susan Chapman of Broadway and Mrs Amelia Burton of Williams Mines were the guests of their per ent Mr W H Southard of this place last Saturday night and Sunday Misses Mao Leach and Onlce Brack en were guests of Mss Nina Shultz of Shultz town neighborhood last Saturday night Several from this piece attended preaching at Little Bend last Sunday They report a nice time Master Leonard Swain who has been sick for sometime Is out again Notice Hartford Local Union No 604 A S of E will meet at Bennetts School 27thtto bo present as the question of ratifying or rejecting the proposition to unite the Farmers Cooperative Un ion and Amrlcan Socleety of Equity will come up for hearing T IL BELMA1N Pros Cheap Excursion Rates From Hartford Kentucky State Fair LouisvllleKy September 1217 Dates of sale Sep tember 10th to 17 inclusive Limit ed to September 19th Fare 340 for round trip- Annual State Convention Christian Church Owensboro Ky Sept 1923 Dates of sale Sept 19 20 21 22 Limited to September 27th Fare 15 round trip- Brotherhood of St Andrew Nash vllle Tenn Sept 20th Oct 2nd Dates of sale Sept 25 25 and for trains scheduled to arrive In Nashville before noon Sept 2Cth Final limit Oct 5th Fare 4CO round trip Davis County talc Owensboro Ky Oct 4th8th Dates of sale Oct 4th to 8th limited to Oct 10th Fare 1I50 for round trillIGrand Lodge of Masons and Grand Chapter ot Masons of KentuckyLou Isvllle Ky Oct 18th20th Dates of sale Oct 17 18 and 19 Limited to October 22nd Rate 340 for round- trip H E MISCHKE Agent Republican Convention Called At the meting of the Republican Committee of the Fourth Congression 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 Congressional District at the No vember election 1910 It was or dered and directed by said Committee that a delegated con vention of the representatives of the Republican party of the Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky be held In the City of Lebanon Kentucky in said district at one oclock j p m standard time on Monday September 5th 1910 for the purpose of j candltlateI IIThe delegates to said Convention be selected by County mass Conventions to be held nt the County seat of each County In said district at one SatI I I delegate shall be elected for each one hundred votes or fraction thereof amounting to fifty or over cast for countyImass be viva voce The number of delgates to said District Convention apportioned to each of the various cou ties in said district Isas follows Breck enrldge 26 Bullltt 7 Grayson 24 Green 13 Hardin 19 Hart 20 Lame 10 Marion 13 Meads 9 Nelson 14 Ohio 33 Taylor 12 Washington ID and the shall be one alternate delegate elected for each delegate Total number of delegates 215 Neccessary to choice 108 M L HEAVRIN Chmn W F GRIGSBY Sec Notice Tobacco growers are requested to sign pooling pledges and forward same to C E Smith County Secretary at the very earliest possible date It Is that they know as soon as posslblethe amount of tobacco that will he pooled this year Please Attend to this matI and send in the pledges D FORD Chmn F Com oft 1v i 1 ate TAILORING I I TALK JOur idea is not the shoddy idea The f man of today knows he has got to give a fair in exchange for a good price article Its the grade of Tailoring we do and our very reasonable prices we want you to know about and to appreciate We are turning out the very finest workobtainableclothes that a man can be proudofclothes he can wear and feel that he is perfectly fitted dressedwith taste Ask some of the best dressee men of Hartford and Ohio county what think our tailoring Keep in mind our high grade workman ship when comparing our prices withothers No madetoorder suit is ever sent out from this establishment until it is perfect in fit and finish Let us make your Fall Suit New Wollens now readyi CARSON CO Merchant Tailors and Clothiers IXCOIUORATKI KyI o M HM M yow JII gan of every farmer in Ohio county and preparations should begin at I Imandscial Fertilizers Use Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows for Breaking IforFertiIItizer Thoroughly prepare the soiluse firstclass seed and the result is sure to be satisfactory All of the above necessities are ready for delivery Buy now and have no delay at the busiest moments E P BARNES BROS Beaver Dam Ky JnA u l RRI 4 S r i Y h R It i 7 as- I r i r Ear Nercing How it is Doe Long ago it was little children of tea infants who had the oar pie bat since the revival of the earn as Ji fashion It Is the grownulls o who present themselves for the eraUon There was once an Idea t piercing the ear was good for Jlght and among the poorer class s horrible method was to draw a th- lI1 piece of worsted or soft cot through the hole usually made w a topper wire and the removal these bits of stuff made the won ifritatedAll a thing of the past though lllany still risk the c sequences ot Inserting rings ot b- bDid metal Instead ot those ot ISkarat g which alone are really sanitary The perfect art of ear plercing Is possible only to the expert trained by much practice and deft use ot his hands Naturally It is not exac cheap Whnt sklllCul operation 1s7 Many things have to be consid- od before the actual piercing Is doeone ESIt1al Is that the hole mustShost exactly placed In inch ear equal distant from the bottom of the obe and from the face The zpot for bole halng been correctly determln- ro a cork Is put at the back ot the ear and here a most important podbat to be considered as U not c xectly and firmly held the wire w go In a slanting Instead of a dlr line which would cause the earn to fall out or tilt up Another v improvement upon original methods Is the substitution ofa jolntlCIIII gold ring with ball fastener for the old jointed sleeper Tills slightly 011for ed can be moved painlessly backward and forward until the ear Is perf- I healed which should be In weeks time from the piercing Before the operation Is perform olhthe hands of the operator and the lobe ot the lads ear are well washed In boraclo lotion The In- trnment employed Is ot most dellc construction consisting of a tiny tube through which the wire le passed After use this Instrument Is well boiled In antiseptic preparatl In a little platinum saucepansuch a one as WI might expect to find a falls kitchen It the good peot condescend to anything so mater all food or cooking Really theres no necessity piercing as there are plenty screw earrings CASTORIAFor Infants and Children Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Bears themSignatureD An Empress and Her Tea The late empress dowager ot China Was a great epicure In regard to tea To add to the flavor she use curious flour mixture equal parts ot dried jaslmlne and honeysuckle T honey In the flowers sweetened t tea ever so slightly and the blooms gave It n pungent taste which thah empress liked The first leaves of t great plantations In China are always reserved for the Imperial useI Summer Tourist Fares The Illinois Central Railroad Co- glany m authorizes round trip tick told M follows Cerulean Ky 3 List View Ky 2H- jGrnson Springs Ky 1G5 ChdcQ Ill IG05 Tickets on sale 11ay 13h 1910 I September 30th 1910 looluslve FIHal1111ed return limit Out slat 1910 IItripturn six months from date of Salo rhe above rats apply from Beaver 5ta11ItloIlt1 Capacitylllsmarck rag one gallon ot French brady In nOllenight sessIon Uhmmrck claimed th- so long as alcohol wasted Its effec sprlgtthoughteffect on the rest of the system Attractive Summer Tours Ibo Illinois Ceihtral Railroad Com peep otleru very attraottve Swum ToulW at reasonable rates to the Cc airing POInts Boston Mass with OOIan trip one aG between Boston and Norfolk aisrm cane tour to Beaten via Montrua- Qaneda t at the Great Lakes sad St- Lurrence Rooort- OaUtornla Cbt Colorado Denver Oolora- rIvtB do and Pueblo including rou- ssoe to oR WY VIA Chicago Sef8fi1y coast Resorts Jake Michigan Resorts including 121Xackb1acI1andMjnpeaota Lake Resorts ieiJGP ii New York City New York with ocean tripf Jt1 OrleansCe and New York New York via Montreal via tripnlgmeopYorkhe thtitInterestIth call- of agents or wrlt1l F W lIARI ndDlv Paas Agent I C R R 0usLoulBvUJe Ky beonseNothing In this world says the Phllosop1er of Folly would be St chn p anerfectIt were Secure as Education IThe State Normal School at Bowl Green Ky offers an excellent Opp Ir rtunlty to young people desiring The Fall Session opens G 1910 Write for InCor matlon sitheDo nothIng that you know will hurt you and when you do what Is ben do It In moderation Euripides Moderation Is the noblest 1gUt ot heaven ctThe School of Music ragPersons desiring a full course In Vocal and instrumental or Public School music will enjoy unexcelled oPllortu raffles In the Western Normal Write special Information Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky Pompeiietxounces that a Hungarian atchaeo llgist M Dudayln certain excavations which he was superlntcndlng near Zslbo in Tnansyiania has discover ed the site ot the ancient Roman city recetc0 town The houses re slated the ravages ot time being sub stantlally built ot brick and adjoining one another The rooms are very Dudonhas also come upon the ancient th ot great dimensions which shot 1ltive some Idea ot the size of the town Potatto AgricultureofThe Wcbtenn Kentucky State N mat school offers a preacal coo Of study In Elementary lIcuLture- demonstratlon and actual work done on school farm Teachers will have teahto young men who expect tonake farming a life work Lbu begins Sept G1910 Write for rat rAmatlon Addrtgs H H CherrYPres dent Bowling GrEen Ky Restdobserved nmong laborers In Japan but the first andeera their days of rest To cure LaOrippe sod Colds la 21 hoers Iske QUICKC Cold and LaGrippe tedicine TABLETS1s If yspr drsftlst does not keep Item seed Z5c 10a Emsvlllelad1Sand u0First Test of the Air Pump I Tho first pUblic test ot the air pump WlS In 101 by Its Inventor Otto v Guerlcke la the presence ot Emper turdinund of GrlUuuy GuerIcke nMthe carefully ground edges hemisphere two feet In 111 exhaustling hemlIenol pressure of the atmosphere rhe experiment was a great success Schoolboy Definitions ITrrc are some dellaitions from the actionrooln A Jacublte Is n man descended from Jacob Snoring Is oar breath meeting the air which Sneezingto Is 10n Idtieth2 It makes a noise which to called sneezing A telephone Is a kind of long wire With n spout at each end = Westminster Gazette J A Good Opportunity Satelr of time to speak to him Yes WlJen ma tells hlmwhat sbe down here hell be glad to get rid the lot of usfComic CutsC1Unfortunately Expressed Sept ViolinIst one of a trio ot amatenrs 19 who have just obliged with a rather lagtbq perlormanceWell weve Jeft at last UostessThank you so much LlneTeTheto me that his work 16 being hungsaI the line- Humphf 6 So Is tits wlfos and until Fame Is the perfume ot herolcdeed e Fate Socrates l Woman Suffrage In Idaho The more enthusiastic advocates ot thatt o right to vote most If not all the evils of laolitice will speedily dlsnp UnitedkDelineator The more earpest and sutlbt to extend the right ot suffrage to potAe coarse and mannish women nnd perhaps disturb domestic tranquility sides many minor evils to follow As usual the truth la to be found the temperate zone which lists broad d tranquil between the extremes Woman suffrage will not eradicate all the evils ot politics or guard wholly against all mistakes ot govern dlrecng Inanpolitics It not make wonien Ires refined or lass womanly In fast I think a seasonable mud bath of Kpoliticsng and elevating influence upon the social cafe life which prwulle t- eIl o such an cextent In some our social centers Idaho extended to her women the right to vote In the early days of her statehood We tlo not become at all excited over the effect ot woman suffrage In our state But we do de elate It to be our deliberate judg meat that her presence In politics armed with the power to enforce her demand has been substantially and dlstlnctlvel for the benefit or politics and society It had aided ma terially In the securing of better laws halloIt tended to cleaner politics in partl cuter and essential matters Our wo men have not always been so actle- t In politics as they should be but It has been observed that when a mor al question Is up for the majority vote ut the women h been a power urea the right side aTookJiHis Money- ld Often all a man earns goes to doc tom or for medicineS 4b CUre Stomach liver or Kidney trouble 4that Dr Kings New Life Pills would qulckdy ours at sUgM coat Best f DspeipSJa Indigestion D1lotisn- Constlpaitan assnd JaundIce Malaria I1ruglsts3e to I Reforming Atlanta The spirit of old blue Connecticut le abroad In Atlanta A traveling man returning home tram a trip re Gently was fined for kissing his wlte the streetAUanta Constitution rseExtreme Fineness of Pores grain of fine sand would coo one hundred ot the minute scales the human skin and yet each of the scales In turn covers from three ho dyed to five hundred pores Uncle Ezra Says A man alnt halt so apt to tilde his light under a bushel ez he Is to hide somethln thet wont stan the light Ladies Take NoticevWe can clean and prose your coat skirts jackets cloaks or wraps clean your kid gloves and mutts teaseIsdSpecial Excursion Rates Illiao CentralRailrcad Company ConventhorKnights of Iyth1- ilwaukee Wis August 110 11110 Dates of sale July 28 29 30 and 31 1910 Final return limit AUgust 13 1910 except upon deposit ot ticket and etox may be secured Fare round trip 1103 The D 1L C of the G U O ot F Colored Baltimore Md Sept 1217 1910 Dates ot sale Sept 0 and 10th 1910 Final roum limit Styli lst 1910 Faro for round trip 247 Kentucky State Fall LoulsvllleIY Sept 1217 1910 Dates ot sale to 17 1910 FInal ration 11 mat Sept 19 1910 Rate one tlrstclass- oneway tare plus 26 cents for round- trip To National Encampment O A R Sept 11124 1910 Atlantic City N Dates of sale Sept 15 to lg lillO Anal return limit Sept 29 1910 ceptupon depositor ticket and tee ot 100 ot time ot deposit eXreldedeion until Oct 28th 1910 may secured Fire for round trip 3025 Annual State Convention Christian da Kentucky OwenSboro Ky 1923 1910 Dnes of saleSopt 20 21 and 22 1910 final return 1latit Sept 27 19111 Rate one first class one Way fare plus 26 cents tar round trip Brotherhood of St Andrew of the ited i3atea and Canada Nashville Sept 2G Oct 2 1910 Dates of Sept 2426 1910 final limit oat 1910 except upon deposit of ticket payment ottee ot 100 extension Oct 31 1910 mal be tecured for round triP E395 r 1 General Aasembtyot the Episcopal t thatch Clncinnttti Olilo Oct 52 1910 Dates or solo Oct 3 4 6- Y910 tlnalrelrn limit Oct 301910 Fare for rowed trip 745 l1palacbian ExposItion Knoxville Tenn Sept 12OCt 12 1910 DateS Ol sale Sept 10 to Oct 72 1910hi final Corn 11mbt teaa days IIelusIve toot sale but 4rs no case Inter 18 1910 Faro tar round trip 905- Reunion of the SoclJtToC the Army of the CumbreJnd ChatltnnonaTenn Oct 1213 J910 Datee of sale Oct 11 and 12 1910 Final return limit 00t28 1910 Faro for round tril1 835 National League 0 PostnlaatcrsCh- dnOOgol Tenn Pct L14 1910 Dates ot sale Oct 1011 1910 final J1mlt Oct 17 1910 except upon deposit Ucket and payment ot tee ot = 100 II- tme ot deposit an oxtensdow until Oct 311310 may he secured Fare for round trIp =1125 Fares for children rive 0ears of age and under twelve w1ll be sold at halt ot the tares named above Above tntea apply from Beaver Dami y Special rates from other stations on application J E WILLIAMS Agent SYMPATHY helps hurts but it wont cure an onhing tooth wonnt wake a marred TakesAa skillful experienced dentist to d- thrit kt all the sympathy you can but for real relle and goo noontol work make nn appotntme rat with us tar the practical way ot get flag your teeth la tlno shape Best orcrown and bridge work In this tow n or any town Teeth extracted with out pain AU work guaranteed Telephone 218 DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS Durce in Republican Bldgll Hartford Ky Tiref1910nBRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER Fhe regular price of THE LOUT VILLE TIMES is b n year If you willsend your order to us you can get The HARTFORD RfPU 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from different parts of the World On some the ground color Is almost white In others a clear nut brown Others are jet black Wherever they live leopards are cat lie thleve8 sheep thIeves dog thieves and human being thieves Though not formidable In appearance they are Iw- mensely strong and It Is not unusual for them to turn man enter Both In beeneIrately as any Uglr They have lour or five young nt a birth The cubs can be kept tame for some lime and are nmusing pets but It Is extremely dan gerous to have them about In nongkong ao Englishman had a tame leopard It was brought Into the dInIng room by a coolie to be exhibit ed to the owners guests Excited by the smell of food the leopard refused to go out when one of the women who dId not like his looks asked that It be removed The coolie took hold of Its collar and began to haul It out It seized hIm by the neck hit It through and In a mInute the coolie was dyIng covered with blood on the dInIng room floor The ChInese leopard rouges as far north as the Siberian tiger and like the fatter seems to grow larger the farther north It Is found The color of these northern leopards Is very pale t the spots are largo nndthe fur Is very long The natives of aU countries are unon- lmous In declaring that the leopard ls more dangerous than the lion or tlgcr They have no fear of the lion provided II they are not hunting for It for It will not attack unless provoked but a leopard Is never to be trusted In Africa II number of natives were 6rlngtboreeds along a otream Oneof them a boy being thirsty and hot stooped down to drInk ne was Immediately seized by a leopard The boys l brother with an admIrable aim hurled his spear at the leopard while the boy vas In hIs jaws The point separated the vertebrae of the neck und the leopard tell stone dead But the boy could not recover The leopards lang had torn open hIs chest und Injured the lungs The latter were exposed to view through the cavity of the rIbs Ho died durIng the night Leopards are essentially tree living And nocturnal anImals Sleeping In trees or caves by day they are seldom disturbed They do an Incredible amount of mIschIef among cattle calves sheep and dogs beIng especially fond ot killing and eating the latter They seize their prey by the throat and cling wIth theIr claws until they succeed In breaking the spine or In strangling the vIctim They have a habit of feeding on putrId flesh This makes wounds inflicted by their teeth or laws liable to blood poisonIng Nothing In the way of prey comes amiss to them from a cow In the pas two to II fowl up at roost In the great mountaIn ranges of ceu teal Asia the beautiful snow leopard Is found It Is a large creature with thick woolly coat and n long tall like a fur boa The color Is whIte clouded with beautlfu gray like that ot an Angora cat The edges of the oloud logs and spots are marled with black or darker gray The eyes are very large bluish gray or smoke colored It lives on the wild sheep Ibex and c other mountain animals In captivity It Is fat the tamest and gentlest of the large carnlyorn not excepting the puma Unlike the latter It Is Il sleepy Quiet animal like a domestic The West African leopard skin Is more handsome than the Asiatic the ejtota being very distinct and clear He and shethey usually go In couples are fond of hunting cantonments and around native towns where they pIck up a goat and ROW and then II baby One night I was campedIn II native town and after I had retired the na tlves as was their custom were sitting about a greatre asking my caravan all sorts of questions for the African savage Is the grogtest gossip In the world Suddenly a childs cry rang itottttoll wedbt a great clamor Bush to discover the cause otf alarm I was Informed ttpt a leopard had stolen from the darkDe and quick ae- a flash had grabbed fouryearold I child and made oft with It The child WI seated In the midst of the grown nimi and women The latter could only lament their lose They knew It eras asepses to try to pursuehe beast lato the dense bush The is w bold that even In- dayllgbt e wnIalidertoi1tla town f ldtelM premiseeIt III not at all eausutl to a t at a- Ne9ird from aa bungalow ernnda or- rotfdhat doot1ltbburg tJletdot t vil Literary Firsts and Second The youthful newspaper reporter who has visions of beIng a famous au thor Is still wonderhg over the epl gram made by R successful confrere when the latter noted his disappoint meat over the return of II manuscript- I thought sure said tho reporter with a sIgh that that confounded story would sell Its good stulr If 1 dId write It and I am certainly surprised that It came back Tim successful writer grinned and then placed his hand on tile other mans shoulder My dear boy he said somewhat grimly there are only two stages In tits life of It writer One Is when bo- Is surprised at getting his stories back and the second when he Is surprised at not gettIng them bock Youre In the first Im In the second And there you nre But the reporter Is still wondering Philadelphia TImes Escorted Her Anyway While Robert Browning and his son Durrett were lIvIng alone In Florence the son gave one afternoon nn exhlbl tlon or his new paintings In the family drawing room Po sir Browning was assigned the tllskof meeting tile guests rate In the afternoon when the room was well tilled there appeared nt the drawing room door a voman whose face was familiar Yet Mr DrownIng could not recall her name and he judged from her appearance that she Vias not an Invited guest There was embnrraasment on both sides for a moment and then the woman saId eagerly Oh please Mr Browning Im the cook Mr Barrett saId asl was to como and see his pretty plcturs Whereupon Mr Drowning oUerlng his arm showed her about the room with all the attention that he could have bestowed upon a reigning queen The Rat and the Bulbs According to the French naturalist Do Parvlllo a gardener planted on afternoon 2GO tulip bulbs on n terrace and next mornIng ho noticed that the ground hnd been disturbed and that the bulbs had all been taken away Ho was confident that rats had done tho work and takIng a spade he bl gun to dig la the hope of discoverIng their nest Soon he unearthed a largo female rat whIch he killed and after digging a few more minutes he discovered an underground chamber lined with hay and leaves and connecter by a corrIdor with two holes which were evIdently used as storehouses for In them he found 1b 25 tulip bulbs This was remarkable but lUoro re markablo was the fact that they were neatly arranged In two rows and tbat not ono of them had been gnawed or otherwise injuredt8idueThe Rhodum An amusIng story told by flood de scrIbes how a country nurseryman made a large sum out of sales or a simple little flower which ho sold un der the name ot the Rhodum aldus This charming name proved quite an attraction to the ladles and the dower became the rage of the season It wa one of those freaks of fashion foAl which there is no accounting length a botanIst who found that the plant was not an uncommon weed requested to know where thu nurseryman got the name from lIe elicite- the following reply I found this flow er In the road beside us so christened It the Rbodum aldus The Purist Lot a Sale Ive just happened to remember that my wife told me to get a tin pan that will go undertho Icebox Have you an11 No sIr but we have some that can be shoved under the Icebox Wont that do just as well I think not young man My wife Is a bit partIcular about my getting the exact thing that she tells me to get I presume I can find It at some other store Good day slrChlcago Tribune Hors Sense DurIng a heavy downpour of rain an Irish farmersent his boy to a dIstant field to bring home a home Sometime el4psed and the messenger returned without the hors- efatberDldnt 01 send ye for tin horse yo gamoch Is your head your brogues Little Day drenched to the akin Sure he was standlnlo shelter as dry as yo bike Bcdnd he knows mo than the two ot us- Too Empty Bonney mornIng of the second dl1 outCome old boy lets go out 00 deck Breakfast wont be served for half an hour yet and n brlsk walll on- on empty stomach will do you good Klabber feebly trying to smile Take a walk on yours If you like rhapple Mine IsIs entirely too mptyChlcago Tribune In Art Circles That picture m by an old master the owner stated proudly Umpbumpb commented tbecrU Ical visitor What was he maat- eoftPblladllpbla Ledger- His AiMee IBbe tatter the rembmceOb boW dare you You have offended me What shall I do- tHeErwhy not turn the oth- cheekLondon Tuber What Did It Mean A notice b icltoa Scottish kirk once bore itib said the followIng amulns sentence rblachuich Is licensed fo the aolemnegatfou of marrlagesrf- Ldatea to others but do not bllndl- leQead y on them I CLICK OF THE KEY The Reading of Telegraph MosI sages by Sound STORY OF THE FIRST TRIAL A Lack of Tape Caused Alonzo B Cornell to Attempt tgterpretating the Morse Code by EarTho Discovery That Abolished the Use of the tape Ezra Cornell Is known In history ns the father of Cornell university as one of the men who helped to build the first telegraph line and ns an ardent organizer of telegraph systems In tile early days beIng Instrumental to the formation of the now famous Western Union Telegraph company His son Alonzo B Cornell became ultimately vIce president of the West urn Union and governor of New York statehigh commercial and politIcal honors Yet he once confessed to me that he felt ho should be credited with theI additional honor or having made theI discovery that telegraph messages could be read by cur nUll he seemed to tuba more pride In hIs part In bring Ing this about than he did In any of his other nchlevements I was trained as n telegraph opera tor saId Mr Cornell In telling me the story I suppose I took to telegraphy naturally because ot my fathers deep and large Interests In the then new mode of communication Anyway I learned the Morse key easily and I was In fact very fond of telegraphing from both the practical and the sclen title standpoints One afternoon sometime In tile car ly fifties when I was stationed at Albany NY there was nn unusual Inrush ot newspaper llspatchesI was Iu charge of the press kralld In the Iefound to my consternation that I was out of tape Before taking my seat before the key I had neglected to re plenlsh the tape reel There was n bountiful supply ot taps In the cellar of the building butt was a long trIp therethere were no elevators In those dnysand I knew that to SO there I would waste pro clops tIme And there were those anx lOlls newspaper men hanging over my shoulder Suddenly as I fished about mental Iy for the quIckest way out ot my dilemma this thought popped Into my head You dont need any tApe Half the time you dont look at It when the dispatches are coming In before you write them out You trust to your ears to tell what the Instrument shy Why not do so now Instantly I determined to see whether or not I could toke the dispatches by sound alone I put my fingers on the key and broke In on New York whence the dIspatches were comIng Send rather slowly and very distinctly 1 asked the man at the other end of the wIre ne at once began to do sonot without 180mb curIosity as to my muslin I found out later But I didnt think of that nt the time for I wnll glowing all over with the knowledge that 1 could write out the dlspatcbesand write them cor drectly for they wade senseby simply listening to the sounds that the key made Thus I continued taking the dis patches to the very end Theo the New York operator called me What are you doing up there he asked Why did you want me to send slowly and distinctly I answered that I had saId good by to the telegraph tope forever and told hIm ot the discovery I hind made lIe was Immediately Interested Send me slowly and very distinctly fifteen or twenty words and Ill see whether or not I can do the same thIng he requested I dId so full ot confidence and a little later there came to me this wes sage Ivo done It too Some of the other boys say they can I predict that withIn n month there wont be an inch of tape used in the New York oWceL later added Mr Cornell I was told that about the time that 1 discovered for n new and revo teletDgraph messages the same method was also discovered by na operator In the main oUlce In Plttshurg I have no redoubt that tills Is true Sooner or later the discovery was bound to bo made not only In one but several oWces But I have always felt that 1 was the first to make the dIscovery and should be credited with It In tele graphIc history Boston Globe Watering the Hors It Is allowable when It horse Is hot to let him hare three or four swallows of cool water but no more The few swallows will help cool hIm nndsn ether limited drink maybe given every few minutes for tour or five times atterwhlcb he may drink his till with ant danger In careless or Inexpe saterway an hour or more until be Is fairly cooled oftCountry Life in America a Descriptive The eye Qf n little miss was attract fd hr the sparkle of doW at early morning Mamma abe exclaimed its hoUein I thought it was What do you mean T Look here the gratis is all covered r- Batluresare wIth pcraplrotioo tit Louis Star with heroic minds the RepTalag stones to sncctsesHalllber a Submitted to the Touch OIl suppose all of us have our little vanities says James Hamilton Lewis of Chicago When I was a memo berot congress I was clllled out Into the corridor by n stranger who asked Is this Colonel Jatnes Hamilton Low Is1 Plain Mr Lewis at your service I replied oj Well Mr LewIs he replied I was so struck with a speech you made In the house lust week that I went to the document room to gel u copy for my self and for another friend They ctarge five cents for a copy and I havent a cent of change Cnn you let me have the money to buy two copies Now I had not made any speech and they do not charge fire cents nor any cents at nil In the document room but l gate him the dime he and reproached myself afterward forI m4 stinginess Such an artist at tery ought to have had n quarter at teastChlcago necordlIernld How Romans Took Their Food The Romans reclined at their ban quets on couches nil supporting themselves all one elbow and eating with i theIr fingers from dishes placed In thoIcenter of the table Each was plied with a napkin and knIves were used though It does not appear that every ono was supplied with one Nothing It would seem could bo moro fatiguing than to partake of a repast In such an awkward posture or less conductive to neatness It being almost impossible to keep the hands clean even with wetter supplied by the slaves or to the fooo and wIno from druperlleslag disappeared durIng the dark ages I so far ns the couch was concerned- but the peculiarity of takIng food with I the fingers from a common dish con tlnued afterward for moro than 1000 years He Wanted to Know There was a small crowd ut the soda counter when u tall man rushed in and pushed un empty bottle over the drug counter Acid he whIspered excitedly Ten cents worth of acid and quiclc- lrho soda water crowd began to sit up and take notice Whats he going to do with that acId demanded one Its a secret answered the drug clerkNothing unusual I hope- Well rather What You wean to say he Is go- Ing to take that acid 2 Oh not Listen There Is n sliver wedding at his house tonight and bo- Is going to test the presents Itll fast as his frlemds brIng them tn And then and there they voted him the meanest man In townChicago News 04i The Inspiring Bagpipes It was ot a seaside resort and along the board walk came inarching a band or highland bagpipers In full costume They were tremendous fellows but their musIc to my untutored ears was like the squealing of forty stuck pigs Yet 1 have never heard strains to cow pare with theIrs for arousing n desire to die for ones country I think bag pipe music must have been fashioned back In the old days by some demon of perversity out ot the whIstle of ar rows the clash ot claymores the neigh- Ing of war steeds and the shrieks of the dying When I hear It I think of the wheel ot fortune the car of Juggernaut the mills of the gods anti the Inquisitorial rack and screw It whirls along with a cyclonic rhythm that sets the feet to trumpIng and the blood to bolllngRobert M Gay lu Atlantic A Scandal Spoiled Of course hI and his wife seem de voted to each other now said the jealous Miss Guusslp but 4do you think she will always be so true and all that Well replied MIss Kidder I have reason to know that only last nIght he had occasion to set a trap for her All Do you kuow 1 suspected something They more than suspected They knew there were mIce In the house Philadelphia Press The Lamp of a Mans Life Dr Holmes said the lamp of II mans life has three wicksbrain blood and breathand to turn down anyone of them makes tho other two go out The wounds a man will survive and even dIsregard so long as his head heart and lungs are unhurt have long been ono of the wonders ot war his tory The Burden of Golf Golfer with a full bag looking for a- caddieI say my friend do you hap pen to knoW of anyone who Near sighted Villager testllyNo I dont AU the folks round here does their own umbrella repairlnPuck CuttingIYoung WlfeDow fortunate I am in poesebsing a husband who always stays at home In the evenIng Boso- mFriendYes your husband never was mhch addicted to pleasure Not ImpdB- obblePalays youre It sett made man Visitor proudlyYes my boy J ami BobbieAlnt you sorry now you dIdnt let somebody else help you- Boeton Transcript hgeU Mary aged slxUncle Charlie I wish you many happy returns of your birthday and mamma said that it you gave me a dollar not to lose ItLIppI- DcOtt dis- f 9 t I When You Think Of the pain which many women experience withevery month it makes the gentleness and kindness always auoci- ated withwomanhood seem to be almost a miracle While is general no woman rebels against what she re- garde as a natural necessity there Is no woman who would not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain Dr Pierres Favorite Prescription makes Weak women strong and sick women thel and Jjlves them freedom from pain It establishes retlularJty subdues IIIom- matlon heals ulceration and cures Io male weakness letterfruMedicalcurethemillustratedCommonIn handsome clothbinding 31 stamps Why Not Read The- Courier Journal HENRY WATERSON Editor WI AN P1ItNISIi YOU ITHf HARTfORD DEPUDLICA- NAND1lihl Weekly Courier Journal Year Both OneI 50 We can also give liberal combina tion rate with Daily or Sunday Cour ier Journal Write Courier Journal Company Louisville Ky for free sample copy of edition you desire but be sure to send yoUr subscrip tion order to this paperNOT to the CourierJournal PATTERNS Celebrated for style vertrct fit simplicity IIId reliability nearly 41 years In nearly t and town In United Slates and Canada or by mall direct Yore sold tlun any other make Send for tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE ashiontSubscribe today or 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REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Good PositionsDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges OOOOOO capital and 19 years succeed to eecure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition ingoBookkeeping ill three months than they do in six Draughon can con vine you ReportSHORTHANDteaches because they know it is THE BEST FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE IxooaloTaoj EVANSVILLE ADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS r l i i f- I CREATEVENT NEAR Kentucky State Fair Prepara Lions Go Merrily On THOUSANDSIN PREMIUM Ample Accommodation Offered Both Exhibitors and Visitors During Week of Sept 12th to 17th Liberal Exourslon Rats Will Preval Throughout Territory Surround Ing Louisville With an Investment of approximate ly 300000 In buildings and grounds and a record of seven successful annual exhibitions before It the Ken tucky State Fair of 1910 will begin In Louisville on September 12 and con Unue throughout the week The bright promise la given that the turn stiles will click this year on ono of the greatest State Fairs in America Hart and unceasing work on the part of the Board of Managers the Fair officials and employees for many weeks past Is rapidly bringing to completion the plans and arrangements for the exhibl tlonWhile no now buildings have beet erected since last years Fair then will be ample accommodations for ex hlbltors and visitors Nature hat worked wonders In the beautiful 150 acre plot occupied as a fair site and the Kentucky show Is rapidly gaining StatelFairadorned with shrubs new walks and avenues have been laid out and the trees planted when the site was first selected now have grown to shadepro during proportions Tho system of II lumlnatlon has been extended so that every nook and corner of the grounds will be brilliantly lighted each night of the show week Those who have watchea the progress of work on this years exhibition venture the opinion that the attendance which last year reached high water mark will this year be increased by thousands Cash prizes aggregating about 30 000 have been hung up in premiums for the 1910 fair In many Instances the prizes have been Increased over former years and many additional classifications have been made More attractive than ever will be the spec lat prizes which this year will aggre ga e between 5000 and 10000 Aside from the thousands of dollars received In cash by exhibitors there comes however a yet greater prize the distinction of an award from the Kentucky State Fair The sentimental and exploiting value of such an award has now grown until It Is one of the most coveted prizes sought for by pro fesslonal exhibitors In the countrys largest agricultural exhibitions It Is not possible to put a correct valuation on the prestige and distinction that ac company a prize from the state fair of a commonwealth recognized as the head of tho horse world as ono of the foremost live stock states and as an agricultural community with few su perlors In the union As heretofore liberal excursion rates from a wldo territory surround ing Louisville will prevail on railroad and steamboat lines throughout the fair period Every local arrangement has been made for the quick and sate handling of tho crowds and ample ac commodations at reasonable rates art assured to all visitors to Louisville during State Fair week SPECIAL PRIZES AT STATE FAIR tong LIt of Valuable Premium to Attract Exhibitors Special prizes of extreme attractive tress and of Intrinsic value aggregating more than 5000 will he awarded at the Kentucky State Fair during the week of September 1218 These pre mium are distinct from the 30000 in premiums offered dlectly under the management of the fair and cover a variety of honors1 which will be greatly sought after by exhibitors The long list of special premiums renounced up to date includes the fol lowing Highland Home Cup donated by Gay Bras of Plsgah for best and finest saddle bred foal of 1910 American Saddlo Horse Breeders Association trophy for registered stallion or rare three years old or under the Montgomery Chief Special of 125 for tho finest and best stallion mare or Holding any age by Montgomery Chief offered by hall Bros Versailles the Commissioner of Agriculture Sad dle horse Stako valued at 500 for best flve gaited saddle ctalllon mare or sliding three years old or over the Hayes Cup offered by W P Hayes of Bloomflold for the best herd of Jack stock the American Berkshire Swine Association grand sllvei trophy for best young herd of Berk shires exhibited by a Kentucky breed er loving cup valued at 50 offered by Mrs J W HennIng Shelbyvllle for four best Jersey cows in milk ex hibited by one Kentucky owner prizes aggregating 150 offered by the Red Poll Cattle Club of America prizes aggregating UOO offered bj Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin for leading standard varieties of poultry specials by the South down Hampton and Oxford Sheep Record Association for respective ex hibIts of pure bred sheep the Ameri can Jersey Cattle Club for the first time offers four prizes including gold medals total value 150 a special of tered by the American Angora Goat Breeders Association for the best flock of Angora kids the American Duroc Jersey Swine Breeders Association offers 50 In special prizes a sweep stake prize of 50 for the beat general collection of vegetables is hung up by the Jos Denuhzlo Fruit Company of Louisville the American Shorthorn Breeders r Association and American Hereford Cattle Breeders Association each donates 750 as a special prize for pure bred cattle of the respective breeds onehalf to go In open competition and one halt to cattle owned by Kentucky exhibitors these liberal prizes are augmented by 1000 In regular premiums set aside for these breeds by the state fair man agement a special prize of 100 for Polled Durhams offered by the Polled Durham Association of America the American Aberdeen Angus Breeders Association offers 200 In specials HolstelnFrleslan Association of Amer ica offers 100 in specials tho Louis vllle florists will present a loving cup to the exhibitor of the best floral design H F Hillenmeyer Eons of Lexington offer 25 for the best ex hibit of fruit grown from stock ob tamed from their nurseries- In addition to the specials mention ed there Is the much coveted prize of 100 offered by the Commissioner of Agriculture for the best and largest display of farm garden and orchard product from any one county This offer last year resulted In an exhibit of great Interest and it is understood the number of counties competing this year will probably be doubled MODEL SCHOOL AT STATE FAIR Practical Exhibit Promised as Result of Effort of Kentucky Women The people of Kentucky have grown to look upon their annual state fair as one of the greatest educational Insti tutions In the commonwealth Many evidences of practical development and enlargement along live stock and agricultural lines are traceable direct ly to these annual exhibitions A departure specifically along educational channels will be made at the approach Ing eighth annual state fair which will be held In Louisville Sept 1217 A model rural school building will be erected and maintained and the en terprise Is to be fostered and carried out entirely by the women of Kentucky This Important work is in the hands of the Ladles Auxiliary Advls ory Board This board was recently appointed and consists of the follow ing members Mrs James A Leech Louisville Mrs James A Mitchell Howling Green Mrs Charles P Wear er Louisville Mrs John B Castleman Louisville Mrs John A Stratton Lou isville Mrs John H Miller Valley Station and Miss Laura Clay Rich mond With the aid of Secretary J W Sewnian of the state fair and Prof Kllsworth Uegetisteln superintendent af public Instruction the work has been pushed rapidly and the model schoolhouse will be erected prior to the fair and will be found complete In every detail when visitors begin to as semble on the first morning As the state fair draws visitors from every section of Kentucky this movement Is considered one of the most Important aver undertaken by a similar institu Ion In this or any other state The members of the State Federa ion of Womens Clubs and all womens organizations of the state have undertaken a campaign for funds and early reports Indicate that they are meeting with success Both Inside and out the proposed school building will be a model In every particular Collie Dogs on Parade The exhibit of collie dogs at the Kentucky State Fair which will begin Louisville on September 12 will bo Iin particularly pleasing one Already the list of entries Is largo and the prizes aro the best ever offered The rules of the American Kennel Club will govern the collie dog show and these rules may be had on application to Secretary J W Newman Louis rllle Ky For catalogue entry blanks or any other information regarding the Kentucky State Fair address J W New I nan secretary 320 Paul Jones Build ng Louisville Ky m + One of the Champion In the Live Stock Ring Kentucky State Fair OLATON 1 Aug 25 Messrs Thointon Ragland I and F Wilson Rosine ereII our town on business FridaybMr George W Wilson a former reSI Ideal of Olaton but now of Dyersburg Tenn was a pleasant visitor itt our town Friday Master Leo McDaniel Is bere from Beaver Dam spednlng several days with relatives and friends Mlss Tye Payton of near townspen Saturday and Sunday the guest of her cousin Mrs Lee Patterson The Woodmen unveiled the monu ment of Mr Henry Dever at Mldldff cemetery Sunday Several members o our W 0 W camp attending also several Olaton people among whom were Mrs John F Allen Mrs rbnest Wilson Dr Charles W Felix and daughter Miss Garnette Mr Hayden Reid photographerwas here from Horse Branch Friday and made a group of Olaton school Wllbrct Hall Is confined to his room of hlpJolntx disease from which he has suffered for a number of years at Those reported on the sick list are Mrs W B McDanlel and two children Monlbelle and Edna Mrs In M Hall Several Olaton people attended the fair at LcltchHcld Low Rates to Hardlasburg By L 8 N to Breckcnrldge County Fair August 30 to September 1 1910 Round trip tickets will be on sale August 30 to September 1 at the following rates- Centertown 170 Hartford 150 Sunnydale 125 Dundee 115 Fordsvllle 100 A special train will be operated from Centertown to Hardinsburg and return on August 31 and September 1 leaving Centertown at 600 a m anti 0 returning leave Hardinsburg at 420 p mW A RUSSELL Genl Pass Agt Louisville Ky Sale In Bankruptcy- In the district court of thec United States for the western district of Kentucky Owensboro Division In the matter of Zachariah Wayne Griffin Bankrupt Pursuant to an order entered in the above styled proceeding on the 22nd day of August A D 1910 directing a sale of the property hereinafter described I as Trustee of said estate will on the 19th day of September A D 1910 at one oclock p int at the drug store known as the Griffin lirtig Store In Hartford Kentucky offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder the following described property Slid property consists of real and personal property as follows 1 A brick business house and lot on Center street In HartfordKymore particularly described as follows Being a part of lot No 50 beginning at Fred Woerners N E corner on Fox Alley Now Center street thence N 3 with Center street 20 feet to W C Chapmans corner now Barnett 8 Smiths corner thence N W 75 feet thence S W 25 feet thence S 13 75 feet to the beginning and be ing the same property conveyed to Sallie T Griffin by Z W Griffin Sr on January 30th 1879 by deed recorded in the office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court in Deed Cook No 1 page 108 and Inherited jy the bankrupt from the said Sallle T Griffin Also another parcel of ground adjoining the foregoing and beginning at the N W corner of the foregoing lot and In the line of the Barnett Barnett Smith lot thence N W 31 feet to corner of Barnett 8 Smiths lot thence N E with their 25 feet to Ap pie Alley thence N W with Apple Alley 11 feet to the corner of the lot formerly owned by the Union Church thence S W with the line of said church lot and lot sold by I Mor In Premiums AND AT ton to IW H Miller 85 feet jto line 6t- lot No 49 thence with a line of said lot Sr E 42 feet to a lot now owned Barnett thence N E with tint I of said lot L F Woerner and the foregoing lot GO feet to the begin nlng and being same property con eyed to Sallle T Griffin as above stated and Inherited by the said bank I rupt front the said Sallle T Griffin his moth Both together appraised al 330000 2 One stock of drugs druggists sundries toilet article paints and otlv merchandise and the old prescrlp lions and including the fixtures and In the drug store except appurtenances chairs charging BP- paratus c appraised at 266202 3 Soda fountain and Its appurte nances including tables chairs refrlg erator charging apparatus glasses c appraised at 64725 4 One lot of accounts appraised at 20000 one lot of notes appraised at 10300 one share In Hartford Tobacco Warehouse Company stock appraised at 3500 these to be sold separate items and for cash The Trustee will first offer prpoerty described in 1 2 and 3 he will then offer 2 and 3 together he will then offer 1 2 and 3 togetherand accept the method bringing the most moneyAll of said property except that described in 4 will be sold one third cash onethird duo In six months and onethird due In twelve months the to be required to execute bonds with good security for the deferred payments bearing In terest from the date of sale and payable to the Trustee with lien retained on the property as additional securityAll property will be sold fre f August 23rd A D 1910 ERNEST 6t4 Trustee in St Sale By virtue of execution No 315 dl rected to me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of Kate Sklllman Adm against J H Ford etc for the sum of 5472 with Interest from May 18th 90S and 120 costs I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 5th day oC 1910 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 2 oclock pm at the courthouse door In Hartford Ohio County Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy debt interest and cost owlt A tract of land lying in Ohio County Kentucky and bounded on the south by G M Maddox on the east by William Ford on the lortli by Panther Creek and on the west by the land now occupied by the widow Lal e and said to contain 79 34 acres Levied on as the property of James H Ford Terms Sale to be made on a cred- It of six months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a replevin bond Witness my hand this 17th day of August 1910 5t3 T H BLACK S O C For Sale Fine two year old registered Her ford bull Farm 2 miles North of Hartford Telephone 3t2 W N STEVENS Ohio Exposition CincInnati Ohio For this occasion the L 8 N will sell tickets from Hartford dates of sale Aug 28th to Sept 24th at the rates Tickets limited to ten days f om date of sale 680 Tickets limited to reach orlgl sal starting point not later than midnight Sept 29th 895 H E MISCHKE Agt States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year In SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR 30000 HORSE SHOW HIPPODROME NIGHT EIGHTHANNUAL everything refrigerator separately purchasers liensThis WOODWARD Bankruptcy Sheriffs September plalnnttffs Valley following The 150000 Attend l V Stttel RlNwcn CxMMM nAILY RACES FIREWORKS NATXELLO AND HIS BAND Frt Attractions Uplo datMidmr HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST I WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT 1Ow xanKOAD RATES Fefforttw Information write J W MEWMANSnntsry320 PttljMMBUg SEPTEMBERLOLMSVILLc 17 la ji j1 1 t rIJtJh r 1 a I t fo i1 13 MOre Days REMoVALRESALE 1 Now therefore in order to dis pose of these goods wlileitis still seasonable we have made such price reductions that should clear the stocks quickly as it is our policy to show an entirely new stock each season f i i Mens Furnishings 1 Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts Neckwear and Sox at greatly rep I5 duced ILadies Furnishings Dress Goods Silks LinensWhite Goods Shoes and Oxfords at a reImoval price Come and see usI Rosenblatts1The Store That Satisfie- sHARTFORD KY 9999999999cs c scPf i1T rI T rJtTTrtQ t SEND YOUR BOY TO f w tMatheoy Batts t Vanderbilt Training i t School 4 ELKTON = KENTUCKY it 4 a A limited select school Col Studentsi 1 Kentucky and from six Southern t states Equipment valued at 45 E 000 ElectrIc LIghtsSteam Heat CI Hot and Cqld Baths Moral Sur 4 k roundings excellent Sfp saloons Extremelyhealthtullo ation 3 i 000 spent on improvements this summer I We take boys from 12 years pis2 age upkIf you want your boy carefully t trained send him to us and send Z him while he is young The nineteenth year of the school opens Sept 7 J + l- I J Write for illustrated Catalogue It iAddress All Communications t- oMATllENYBAJTS o F ipqi 1 44M4 4444rJ f 4W x t r rS K a Mlet f