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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v t J i Itttft i SI jg I4N J i l tpubltcan Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TIIBPEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription I per Year VTOL XXIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1910 No7 ROOSEVELT AT CHEYENNE Reviews Soldiers and Does A Cow Boy Stunt Thousands of Every Class go to See and Hear The Former CowBoy Cheyenne Wyo Aug 27Colonel Roosevelt was today the guset of honor at the closing exercises of theI frontier day celebration which ended a solid week of cow boys excitement fc such as Cheyenne never before wit nessed For 12 hours the colonel was in the hands of several thousand real cow punchers who welcomed him hilariouslyA who attempted to be a little more decorous received him a Si oclock and escorted him to the reviewing stand where he reviewed the bIggest parade In Wyomings history after which he witnessed a wild west exhibition of broncho busting rojflng and shooting and many other stunts A feature to the parade was a team of buffalo driven to a wagon that plowed stolidly past the stand wearlu troting boos like a park team The Japanese delegation closed the parade- It halted In front of the stand and shouted three banzals while the fc colonel smiled and waved his hat Col Roosevelt watched the parade t with the closest attention He stood at the front of the reviewing stand with Gov Brooks on one side and- yGin Smith on the other When the colors were carried by he took oft his hat and stood at attention head t thrown back heels close together like k a soldier When the Indians rode by yelling their warcries the colonel waved his hat at them and turned fto Gov Brooks said Twentyseven years ago we shot one of these Sioux in a brush on the plains and the Indians shot a cowpuncher I stood off seven of Warn for two hours The colonel liked the cowboys but he did not think they looked quite as they used to when ho lived In the westIn the afternoon Colonel Roosevelt delivered an address on conservation irrigation western lfrt and frontier park He stood beneath a banner on which was Inscribed Roosevelt Wy omings Candidate in 1912 He with nessed riding shooting and roping contests this afternoon Ho attended two dinners tonight The crowd Rt the celebration was enormous Col Roosevelt rode into the park on a big white cow pony waved his hat and I gave a cowboy yell The streets were t crowded with cowboys and Indians In full regalia of the west U Aright between a deputy sheriff and a a soldier nearly resulted in a riot in T the grand stand The colonels speech was delivered from a stand dragged to the center of the park by a score ol cowboys The crowd was so large that he was forced to walk from one side t to the other of the stand He paid 1high tribute to Frederick Remington western artist and sculptor and sug 1 gested that a statue be erected by men that Remington portrayed Af ter his speech Col Roosevelt de monstrabed his horsemanship by rid ing a fractious cow pony around the track Roosevelt day closes a big week In the frontier celebration He leaves for Denver early Moday morning HOPEWELL Aug 31RevBennett filled his regular appointment here Sunday Several from lo attended Sunday School at Pond Run Sunday Protracted meetipg begun at Pond Run Monday nl htconductby Rev Birch Shields Mrs Catherine Williams Ja very ill The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Jut Robinson dlod Sunday morning after an Illness of only HWJ days It was interred In the Pond Run ceme c tery Monday at eleven oclock rlAn Sanderfur Cromwell and Mr Cypiq Nannye Wyapx spent Sat urday night at Mr Henry Cummins t I Mr Layton Williams wife and als = 9 tter Miss Maggie Williams returned Lome SMuVday after pending a few i M f days wijfe Mr MOse Smith Madison vllle Ky I Miss Myrtle Long who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Clayton Brown the past several weeks went to Is land Ky Monday Miss Mabeland Barnett Beaver Dam are visiting their aunt MrsD E Miller Miss Mabel Russell Is on the sick listMiss Ora Williams who as been sick the past week is improving slow ly Miss Wlllio Brown spent Sunday night with her sister Mrs Pearl Chlni The wheat thresher has passed through this part of the country and the hay bailer has taken the day We are in need of rain here RalphTaul Magan Ky Aug 25Mr Wllll Taul and Miss Ona Ralph were unit ed in marriage at the brides home on Wednesday evening Rev alleY officiated Mr Taul is a highly respected young man and a prosperous farmer The bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John C Ralph and a most beautiful young woman They went that night to the home of the groomowensboro inquirer CAUGHT UNDER DIRT AND CRUSHED TO DEATH Was William Boyer While Opening a Coal Mine on David Brooks Farm t While attempting to open a coal mine thefarm of David Brooks near Haynevillelnirthe northern part of Ohio county early Monday morn ing William A Boyer was caught under a cav Inand received in Juries which resulted in death a few minutes after he was found Boyer had succeeded In getting an opening In the side of the hill where he Intended sinking the mine and was digging farther back under the bank when the accident happened The cave In caught him pinioning him to the ground and he would probably have died there but for the chance passing of William Miller a farmer of that vicinity Miller was going to a neighbors house and seeking to travel the shortest route went through the fields When he came within a short distance of the place where Boyer was sinking the mine he heard several groans Upon Investigating he found foyer under several feet of dirt Mil ler was unable to release Boyer and went to the home of Mr Brooks for aid After securing Mr Brooks Miller returned to the mine and released Boyer but the latter was unconscious- It Is not known just how long Boy er had been pinioned down when Miller rescued him Dr McDonald of Whltesvllle was summoned but when he arrived Boyer was too far spent to be revived He was about 54 years of age and had never been married living a hermits life since his arrival In Haynesvlile He never let drop a word thatM1might glvp a clue as to his torinertllte or any of his ances tors OLATON AugnMlss Maggie May left for relaItlvesMr Roan Hopper Ind are here from Owensboro the guest of relatives and friends Mrs James Ezell was in Barretts Ferry Monday the guest of her daughter Mrs A C Seef Mr nand Walter C Earp sonMasterand Russell of Hbalne were here Sunday the guest of Mr Allens son Mr J F Allen and wife MR Lee Patterson and wife spyut Saturday night and Sunday the guest of his sisters Mrs May Huron and Miss Patterson at Tousey tie latter being there on a visit from Jefferson vllle Ind Mlsa Belle Coy le of Italy Texas la here from flack Rock Ky where she has been visiting her father and IB the guest of her aunt Mrs bow denEstes 1 Mr A W May and family who have resided at Leitchfield for some time are moving to their farm near town r L IN GAME OF CRAPS Former Ohio County Man Loses His Life Remains Brought to Old Home In Deanfield Where They Were Interred August Staples a miner at Jackson Hill coal mine No4 near Shelburn Ind was fatally shot by Charles Bur ton a miner In the same mine Satur day night at 9 30 oclock and death resulted an hour and a half later The trouble arose during a crap game Burton accusing Staples ot owing him money made on the roll of the dice Staples Insisted that he did not owe the money and the argument became heated A blow passed and Burton much the smaller of We two men pulled a gun from his pocket and fired three times Staples fell and Burton made his escape but was cap tured and held at Henderson Sunda night IIt is stated that Burton who hailed from Jelllco Tennessee and the dead man who is a former resident of the Deanfield Ohio county vicinity got Into an argument recently but that It was thought that the difficulty had blown over Burton being a much smaller man and naturally afraid of Staples armed himself with a gun to be prepared in case trouble was re newed between the two It was also stated that Staples In company with II friend started to his home rather early Saturday night but that he and the man with him on finding that they had only a few pennies stopped a few minutes at the crap game It was then that Burton appeared and on getting into the game the argument over the money came up Staples was 33 years old and while he had beenabsent for several years his former home was near Deanfield He had been married his wife being dead A son nine years old survives and lives with relatives near Phllpot The remains were brought to Dean field where they were Interred at Rose Hill near that place by the side of his wife He had relatives In Owensboro tS RENDER Aug SOMrs I C Harvey went to eitchfleld last Wednesday John A Carter of Reynolds was here last Wednesday the guest of his son Sam Jones Sr went to Graham last Thursday Mr and Mrs Clinton Horn ot Beaver Dam were here Friday Clarence Baker of Luzerne was here SaturdayMrs McFarland went to Simmons Saturday Mrs F O Baker visited in Beaver Dam Saturday Mr and Mrs C K Carson spent Saturday and Sunday in Beaver Dam Morris House went to Rosins Sun dayHugh Roach of Taylor Mines was here Saturday Simon Jones was In Echols Saturday on business Misses Nellie Harris And Mae Blackburn spent Sunday in Beaver Dam Rev N C Robinson and Rich Har- peI closed an interesting and suc cessful meeting Sunday night at Wil liams Mines which had been In pro gross for the past three weeks There were 47 professions and 33 additions- to the church Well done for brothers Robinson and Harper for thl- good they have done RevB F Jenkins Owensboro was here yesterday Mrs Della Parsons yen to Horton yesterday Hywell Davis of Louisville was here today Mrs 0 W Harris has returned from Morgantown where she has been Isltlng her daughter Mrs i Ii Burton for the past two weeks Notice i will present my bills on the first ofeacb month Please dontsflak for more time I pay cash arid have to have cash W E ELLIS 4ti The procluce Han 4 ENDS LIFEBY SUICIDE Annie Johnson Fires Bullet Into Her Breast j Two Prominent Men Said to Have Given Her Support For Years News was received In the city yesterday of the suicide pf Annie John son a woman of questionable charac ter who shot herself through the breast at her home In Clarksvllle Tenn late Sunday afternoon Despite the bullet passing through the breast and lodging In the spine the woman survived until 4 oclock yesterday morning She went to Clarks- ville from Guthrie where she is said to have been leading a life In the under world Before going to Guthrie she had resided In Owensboro She was reared In this county but has not made her home in Owensboro for some time The suicide occurred in a little four room cottage near Red river In Clark Jlle in the presence of a prominent man of that city who Is said to have aided in supporting the woman It Is claimed she was sup ported by two men who were related but their names have not been divulg edThe police of Owensboro have at tempted to communicate with the relatives of tho dead woman In an effort to learn what should be done with the body The dead woman was about 2S years of age and was said to be very handsome She Is survived by a little vs who Is being reared by relatives In this stateowensboro Messenger r Bright Prospects for Ohio County Boy Mr Henry Fields received a letter a few days ago Informing him that his son Joshua who left Hartford last spring for Louisiana to accept a position with the Southern Pacific Railway Co had been offered and accepted a position as assistant cashier of a bank at Port Arthur Texas at a salary of J5 per month This Is a rapid and deserved promotion of a worthy young man We are always glad to note the success of Ohio County boys FOR THE BUSY READER Lewis A Rhoades professor of Ger manic languages and literature in Otto State University dIed at Columbus The bite of a rat nearly proved fa tal to the fouryear old son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Schofield of An derson Ind S An undertaker at Anderson Ind laid out a twoyear old child for em balming when he noticed signs of life Physicians were called in and the child will recoverS Four companies of militia were on duty In Huntington W Va to prevent further attempts at lynching two negroes held on murder charges One of tEe blacks was identified by the husband of his alleged victim 5 C P Welsh discharged special agent of the Great Northern Rail way Company entered the office of Chief Special Agent Al G Ray nt St Paul and tired five shots at the lat ter and missed him each time Ray pulled his gun and shot Welsh dead 5 The thirtythird annual meeting of the American Bar Association conven ed at Chattanooga with about five hundred present at the opening ses sion Unlted States Senator James B Frailer bade the visitors welcome on tbeDart of his city State and the South Solomon J Hirsch a manufacturer of Chicago was found dead In bed with his throat cut in the Hotel Knick erbotkejv New York A bloody ra zor lay near the dead man Dr Hill r the hotel physician thinks the man committed suicide HIrsch was about 35 years old 5 An attempt to commit suicide was made by Richmond H Ingersoll for mer treasurer of the closed York County Savings Bank at Bldd ford Me He cut his throat and Is in a critical condition it was announc ed yesterday that the banks short age is between 1300000 and 330000 SELECT Sept iIrs Susie Stewart wife of J H Stewart died at her rest dence near this place Thursday night August 25th of consun ttlpi She was a member of the Christian church and was a good chrltslat woman She leaves a husband and five children and j host of friends to incur her loss Mr Winson Smith who Is doing some carpenter work at McHenrywa at home Saturday and Sunday Mr Charlie McCastle of the U S Army who Is stationed at Ft Den Harrison Indlara was at home a few days recently Mr Harrison Crowe and family have moved to Broadway Mrs C F Miller Is on the sick list this week Mr Roma Baize Owensboro Is vis iting his parents and other relatives this week The voters of this precinct will vote on the stock law this fall most everybody seems to be In fa vor of it- BOOSTER e TRIP IS ABANDONED Owensboro Business Men Refu sed to Give Aid Owensboro yK Aug 31The Boos ter trip that had been planned for September 27 and 28 to be run from Owensboro to Irvlngton Hartford Madlsonvllle and Henderson has been abandoned for the present time as the committee appointed by the Duel ness Mens association after making three attempts to stimulate Interest and to secure support of the business men to justify the rrunnlng of the train has failed A thorough canvass of the city was made by a committee or repre sentative men who were greatly en thused over the thought of the good that such a trip would have done for the city but the proposition was met In ninny places by the coldest reception and could not Induce many of the business men of Owensboro to take an Interrest In the train A number of people and business organizations of thy city did appreciate the good results to be derived from the running of such a trip and were liberal In their support donat ing not only to the financial end of the affair but also boosting the prop osition by talking of the good It would do The B M A expressed Its appreciation for the support of these people and concerns NARROWS Aug 30Mrs A R Renfrew Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Duke at Sunnydale- Mr John Renfrow left Monday for Penrose Arkansas where he will stay two weeks looking after his timber Interests thereISchool begun here Monday with Mrs Lon White as teacher Messrs Calvin Loyal and Emmet Willis of Echols were up here Sun day Mr Estll Willis of Central City was up Sunday on business Mr and Mrs J H Thomas vlglt ed relatives at Sulphur Springs Sat urday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Hardy Basham ot White Plains are visiting relatives here Mrs Sarah Chambers of Lake City Arkansas Is visiting her brother Mr- B P Petty A remarkable reunion ot the Petty family occurred here a few days ago Mrs Sarah Chambers Mrs Caroline Day Messrs B P Petty John W Petty and Henry Pet- tY five brothers and sisters spent the day at Mr B P Petty a The youngest of the family Is past sixty fire years of age Mrs Chambers had not met before since 1859 J IMr Sam iBennett Iii very low or o KIDNAPPED AT FUNERAL Kentucky Child Stolen at Stephensport Lat Father Spends Weeks In Hopeless Search Wfthout Avail Pri eton Ky Aug 30 Robbed of his helpmeet by death and of his only child by kidnappers Texle Alli son a prosperous farmer has return ed to a cheerless home here after a vain search through six States Little Gladys Allison was abducted while returning from the funeral of her mother three weeks ago at Shreveport La and since then her father bowed with grief at the low of his wife and almost frantic over his additional misfortune has been unable to find a single trace of the childs whereabouts- He Is not an unusually rich man and he does not believe that the little girl was taken In the hope of socur Ing a reward for her return and besides the kidnappers have given him no chance to pay a ransom Unable to eat or sleep through worry for his daughter the mac tilts In hit home hoping against hope that the police of some town may send him word that the child has been found Mrs Allison the girls mother hurl been visiting friends in Shreveport when she was taken suddenly ill and before her husband and child reached the Louisiana city she was dead Mr Allison closed his Princeton home and with his daughter journeyed o Shreveport for tho sad pur pose of burying his wife It was on the return from the ceme tery that the little girl who Is only ten years old and remarkably pretty was first missed by her father She rode from the burylngground in a separate carriage and it Is thought that the abductors in the guise of mourners entered the hack and or dered the driver to take the party to a distant part of the city Whatever happened the girl disappeared and all trace of her lias been lost The Shreveport authorities have been unable to secure the slightest clew and the affair Is as much a mys tery as on the day of the disappear ance A strange automobile which was seen speeding out of the city the night of the abduction and which the police have been unable to account for Is thought to have figured In the case but positive evidence of any kind is lacking The girls father Is of the opinion that his daughter was taken to servo some sinister purpose of the kidnap ers Every city and country morgue through the Soutk has been visited and every report of the finding of un identified bodies has been thoroughly investigated by the father of the child He has jounrneyed through Louisiana Mississippi Texas Arkansas Kansas and Missouri and has communicated with the police of every largo city in the country Failure has at tended all effort however and he was finally forced to abandon the quest and return home broken hearted y Irnmlnent People toedOn Thursday Sept 22 Herrick Johnson D D LLDSt Louis Mo will lead to the hymeneal altar Miss Margaret Duncan of Louisville Ken tucky Miss Duncan Is a charming lady whose gentleness and sweetness endear her to all with whom she comes in contact She Is the young est daughter of the late Mrs A Dun can of Louisville and Andrew Dun can also deceased and sister of W Q Duncan President of W Q Dun can Coal Co Greenville Ky Dr Johnson Is widely known in religious circles being one of the foremost men in tho Presbyterian church and having for a number of years been president of McCormlck Seminary Ha has written many works on theology which have been introduced Into colleges as textebooks Miss Duncan does not differ from her fiance in faith aho belng a zealous member of the First Presbyterian church Louisville l SEEKS FORESTS FOR RECREATION Do Half Million Peopl- Each Year Colorado Mexico Montana South Dakota and Arizona Fa vorite Spots Washington D August 27 Before the years outing season It over nearly halt a million person will have sought recreation an- Ihealth In the National Forests o the United States According to the record of tte U S Department or Agriculture the total last year was In close figures 900776 With the finest mountain scenery and much of the best fishing and big ganr hunting In the United States the National Fort sts made more and more accolssllJle each year through protection and development by the Govcrnmeut are fast becomIng great National Playgrounds for the lje pieThe use of the Forests for recrea- tfon Is as yet In Its begInning but Is growing steadilY and rapldlIn some or the Fdrests at the rate of u hundred per cent per annum lhe day seems not far distant when a million persons w1l1 annually vial t them The records show that the sea total use or tJlO Forests runs from two months lu a Colorado Forests such as the Routt to twelvo months In an Alaskan such as the Ton Bass But the uses differ In Colo rado the 2000 visitors entered the Forest to fish to camp to climb and to drink the medicinal waters In Alaska the 1000 almost solely to hunt and fish The 21000 persons who went Into the oconlno Forest Arizona during nine months went to cannp or to enjoy the scenery During four months GOOOO persons visited the Angeles California Tha most popular of tile Forests Is the Pike containing the famous peak or that name The various attractions within Its limits Including the scenic railway drew 1QOOOO tourists and others Dy principal States the National Forest vlsltonl numbers 3000 In Arizona 103000n Cali fornla 190000 In Colorado J9OOO in Montana tOOOO In New Mexico 33 000 In Oregon 22000 In Idaho tG 000 In Utah and 12000 In Washing ton Of the natural wonders and land marks or Interest In the National Forests several have been set altart as National Monuments among then Cinder Cone a great lava basin In California the Gila Cliff Dwellings extensive remains or a prehlstorl race In New Mexico the unsurpassed Grand union of the Colorado In ArIzona Jewel Cave Southr Dalm- fa Lassen Pcak the tllmlnus or a long line or xtlnce volcanoes In the ascndeso the Pinnacles a collection of remarkable jagged peaks In California and the Tonto a group of prehlstorlo ruins In the Tonto Forest In Arizona The DIg Trees ilacer Park the Petrified Forests the Oregon Caves and numerous other phenomena servo to attract other host or vlIltqrs ThG sportsman finds his paradise in the National Forosts In many of- thrm big game abounds The rangers and tine guards besides the service they prform against the IIbfEtor trail cut 126 miles of road laldll out and 4861 udlns of telephone line strung tells what the Government Jlast dune In the way of pushing the con venltnClll or clvlllznUons Into the primeval forest The day or the vIl- derne s or the savage and tine p1o veer Is swiftly passing the day or the National Forests ns productlse resources and ni latlonal parks nll preaches The report of last years adrnlnlstrntJol1 by the U S Depart 7nent of Agriculture evidences the rapidity of tlnu transformation a Stubborn as Mules are liver and bowels sometimes oem to balk without cause Then theres troubleLose of Appetite JndllftIJtlon Nervousness Despondency Headache But such trouble fly bettoro Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds beat Stomach and Liver remedy So easy 2Gc at all druggists to Many Kentuckians File Clalme Upward of 2000 Kentuckians have claims against the government bet causo they were forced to pay for I 5ybstlttthe to servo In thelr stead WhD the government issued its two draft orders In the days orG1 and 65 These drafts It having boon shown that Kentucky had supplied j 5 t itJ1 I morothan Its quota of federal troops were declared to have boon uwwarr fed and Irregular lapofar as r as- denta of this state concern c- fjfyearsNow nearly haler the men illegally drafted have flied chiims against the government for the ratarn 31ewere pay 0 secure substitutes Those bills have been before the court of claims but mady of them have been made out defectively and were In danger or being permanent rejected had not Senator Bradley se cured action witch permltttd their introduction In proper form Claims filed Ia due process will have standing in the court of attd will be provided for In the omnibus approprlatian bill or the aesslon or congress following their adJudlc- d tlon according to the view or Senat Bradley Many residents of Kentucky who have claims will be Interested In th statement The tact that they wee not allowed by resolution or congres at the last session cannot ho taken b- t such claimants as an Indication that they have no standing but that they were not placed before the court of claims In proffer form An Awful Eruption of a volcano excItes brIef interest and your Interest In skin eruptions will be as short If you use Duck hens Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst tolls ulsors pr fey er sores are soon heal by It Dest for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chilblains and Pile It glues Instant relief 21c at all druggists m Everetts Explanation VB Cold Facts Some people get their toot In It ones In a while When they dsco er that they are caught they mime dlately sock refuge lr hind kxplana tlon This Is what Mr Everitt does He Is now stating that he was compelled to dismiss his suit against the American Society or Equity In the case In the Hendricks Circus Court because or the slckneH3 or hIs counsel Judge Helfron His conlllaint was In three Para graphs The first on an alleged ac count stated under which he clalrnt d about 760000 The second was fo r money paid to and for the Society use and for material furnished In eluding UPtodate Farming to mctn hers of the Society and under this paragraph he claimed 2500000 Th- t e third paragraph was for an alleged breach or duty on the part or the Society lit various regards and under this paragraph he claimed x60000 0 On the trial of the cause he firs t put ou the stand as a wItneess In his behalf his son and then took the stand himself to support ids claim Before his cross examhtatton was completed and before being taken it I his counsel dismissed as to Ue sec thce conclusion ot Everltts testhilony his counsel announced that hI hall no mere evidence to otter in support of- I the complaint and rested his cause Tills was immediately before tin noon adjournment of the court on the third day At the opening or the afternoon session counsel for the Society C W SlUt proved the court to Instruct the Jury to fine for the defendant for the reason that the evldenc oereered by the plaintiff showed that he was not entitled to re cover Counsel for the Society made a very brief but convincing argument In support or his motion durin g which Judge Hefrron was taken with quite a severe attack of Indigestion theIattempting to answer the argument n support or the motion Thereupon court with the hearty approval or tine Societys counsel out or courtesy to Judge Hettron continued the case until the next morning hoping that the Judge might be nbe to proceed teen The next morning he was yet 111 and the cause could not be delayed Judge Corer and Mr Dougan associate counsel for plaintiff able lawyerlJ again declined to take the responsibility to anSWer the argument 1n support of the motion and ater consultation with Mr EverittI and Judge Heffron they dismissed the cause After the rouse was dismissed the presiding JUdge openly stated that lie would have been compelled to instruct Jury to find for defendants The editor Is of the opinion that the cause was dismissed because Air Everitt and his counsel saw the handwrIting on the wallIJUdge Hettron Is as able IAwreroCI many years eXIreriencee and got allc was In the cause out before the Jury with the above result June 15t Equity Farm Jour- nalChlidrer CyIFOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA t II f High rices and the Godesa Guards dThatthQ glittering vantt1es or w men h ve t distinct beartng upon pre ailing high prices bass not been widely Indicated but may this not be 0a legitimate deduction Nextrava rant have becomb the flats of the Goddess of Guards that women In tllI set of w Gfch she jls Dictator 111ha a choice only between C lloVlng her whimsies or llnnply retiring from lyher xtcdced worlll rr day not only Is one handsome gown or ceremony required of a wo loan who If swimming sgotally or one who wishes to be known as a mo ISdel of sartorial perfection but a dozen equally handsome frocks with arc +sorlea in keeping each suitable Occasionrwearer More gorgeous must she be at afterdark functions than Sheba Isof oldshe must twinkle and gilt eter ad gleam though not too ob vtously SLe must no longer rustler atilt M was the vogue five year uo her gowns must be softly rich her laces must be real and supple raettted by superb embroideries over clothoCguld or silver these embrold cries enriched In turn by jewels some times weck oftener real And owe r all to thrown a veil of chiffon tha adds to the mystery softens the shim men and notably Increases the ex plllse Thus she expresses herself through her gown Briefly she Is dressmad The chronicles or the CIC ties have much to say of Womens wit and charm comparatively little of their frills and furbelows nothing o barbaric splendors Verily all nor mal women wish to look wollto we goodlooking cloths that are well cut and worthy of ten thousand egalc eyes but few are there among worthI while dames or demolsellea w o y ould feel elated at being cited asI a Fashion Doll or a Clothes Tree It the gold silver and Jewel raze t- dressfabrics n continues contented minds In draw ng rooms or office oil I be at a premium Only trllllonaries can stand the metallic pressure or superfine raiment Few wealthy mod ears have the courage to be original In dress unless In extravagant or In cut yet scattered lIke dear drops apron n parched earth We coca slonally find sereneeyed young whcs and mothers with who dress Is not an obsession When prices soar such women prefer one vasteryears trocl for ceremonial occasions aye even sans glitter to the ramllystomnch yearning for accustomed strengthglv lug food One solemn fact must now Ue faced to wit that there are wo men galore whose barbaric adornment are stolen In part from the house money and who say me Nay The credulity or husbands on this score Is matched only by the fond balls t of wives regarding their hualand meagre lunches downtown so perhap tills ocns liP matters maritally Granted the cost or high living has about double It Is not true as well that the cost or high dressing has treb led r Extravagance Is on hlr High Horse these days err routs for the Devil It would seem While dove dlness Is both a blunder and a handl cap Clevet ness Is not so vapid as to make that error nor Is she likely to sink her individuality to the extent or being known by the glory of her gowns When prices soar she does not blame the Meat Lords entirely nor the Egg Barons Silo decides that so long as the Goddess of Guards make women her puppets husbands Messrs Meat ant Egg Included must pay and In order to pay prices must and will tower along the entire devouring IIneMlnna Thomas An trim fu September Llppencotts How Good News Spreads I pm 70 years old and travel moat of the time writes B F Tolson of Ellzabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric BItters because I owe my excellent health and vitality to them They Irrllt a cure every time They never fall to tone the stomach regulates tine kidneys and bowels stimulate tine liver Invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for Woolt rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and helth thats a dally joy Try them Only SOc Stn- tlsfactlon Is positively guaranteed by all druggists m The Real Knockout Blow According to Mr James Corbett and otheg eminent sporting authorities the thing that really whipped Jeffries In tho recent flattc battle at Reno was not so much Mr JoJ1I1son punch as Mr Johnsons wit The big slow minded white giant could stand the pummeling he received but ho went to pieces before the ceasless running fire raillery of ridicule or abuse or taunts ot gibes and Unreata that his opponent kept up and at last the champion was conquered by so smelt thIng as a toogueILearned psychologists tell us why his Is true end why the man Who maddened by jeers and flloaera wd whose attention le dlstracted and whose contidencox is d trOYed by the Criticism of those abutblm paralyosis sup rlnduced tiYlt and cannot do his best I humbly comtgend thelesson that file teaches to alt naggIng husbands and wives and employers It you are disappointed In the way your life partner has turned out It you are dlesaUsfled with tbeklndotwork yo are getting from the people you hire examine yourself and see If the re salt Isnt partly your own lnultlf 1ou are not putting tho hoodoo upon them by your own fault tlndlhg Deafness Ca beGoredby local applications as they cannot roach the diseased portion of the car There la only one way to cure deaf Hess and that Is by constitutiOnalre medics Deafness Is caused by as inflamed condition orlha nocuous lining o the Eustachian Tube When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hears Ing and when It Is entirely closed dearness Is the result and unless the Inflammntloncan be taken out and this tube restored to Its norms con dlUon hearing wlil be destroyed for ever nine cases out of ten are caur ed by Catarrh which la nothing butt an inflamed condition of W emucuous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Dearness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culnrs free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0- f Sold by Druggists 76c Take Halls Family Pills for con maFrom a Philosophers NoteBook A cat in the well Is worth two on the fence A donkey Is never so fast as when he Is standing still The highest typo of the UtilitarIan le the man who serves up the wolf at his door for supper Some men are so lazy that they not only do not go to the door when opportunity knocks but would not answer her it she rang them up on tile telephone There are many pleasing sights In this world but what le more delight ful to the eye than a MotherInla In her own home The slogan of the AntiTipping Society should be No quarter The trouble with the average obit uary Is that It comes too late to help a man to get a good job It It be true that necessity know no law It is quits evident why some police magistrates ale considers necessities IThe boy who Is bounced for amok realizes at last the truth or the old saying that wher there Is smoke there Is some fire There are people In this world who are utterly devoid or a sense of humor For Instance we once bad a cook In our employ named lie Burns and It never struck her as be Ing In the last degree amusing Come to think or It we did not think It so sldespUtUngly funny ourselves after she had lived up to It consistently for several onths although she eventu ally left us Ina state or Spontaneous combustion Attractive Summer Tours The illinois Central Rallrqad Com pany offers very attractive Summe- Tours at reasonable rates td the following points- Boston Mass with ocean trip one way between Boston and Norfolk also same tour to Boston vja Montreal Canada the Great Lakes and St Lawrence Resorts California Chicago Colorado Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo including route one way via Chicago Jersey Coast Resorts Lake Michigan Resorts includin flay View Charlovolx Harbor Springs- dackinao Island and Petoskey Minnesota Lake Resorts MexicoNew City New York City with ocean trIp one way between New Orleatw and Now York New York via Montreal via Montreal and Postsi with ooeailtrJp one Way between New Orleans and New York New York City with ocean trip one way between Norfolk and New York Niagara Falls North Pacific Coaat Yellow Park and various oth er points of Interest For further information 1ontkketagen olwdte F W HARLOW DIY Pass Agent I C RR Co Louisville Ky S Secure an Education The State Normal School at Bowling Green Ky otters can excellent pOro- tunltyto young people desiring an opensSeptember nation rt-r r i V I lT J rJHt 1 SEND YOUR yToP Battsf ng t School tEL TON KENTUCKY s tA limited select school Col trained teachers Studentsa from more than thIrty In cr Kentucky and from six Southern states Equipment valued at 45 crooo Electric LightsSteam Heat 4 Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sur roundings excellent No saloons Extremely heafthfullocatlon 3I I 000 spent on improvements this it summer tec f trained send him to us and send rhim while he is young The nineteenth year of the cr school opens Sept T 4 Write for illustrated Catalogue 4 4 4r 5 Address All Communications to t MATHENY BATTS Principals fit G 4M44 424 A New Declaration When In the course of human events the people of a state have been betrayed and disgraced by their glveen over to corruption a decent re sped to the opinions of mankind and their own honor seltrespect and self Interest require that they should tree annexample of all who have abused their trust cleanse the capitol that has been defiled We therefore the people of Illinois do solemnly publish and declare that all political connection between us and the agents of corruption Is totally dissolved that we are rsol- ved to dethrone the political bosses who have foisted the boodlers and grafters upon us and protltted by powerre legislative halls at Springfield and to encourage and sustain Ulose officials who are exerting themselves to bring the guilty to punishment We proclaim our Independence or party machines and party labels our determination to subordinate every other polltlcal Issue to that which 1Is truly paramount the purification of politics to rescue our state from shame and prove that iCTs worthy of glorygof which It Is a part And to thesebbjects we pledge our time and energy an unceasing ytgll- anoo a performance of our duties as citizens that must wipe out the stain of corruption reestablish the tame of the state and make It what It should be a leader In the cause of good government or government of the people by the people for the people Chlldt n CyFOR FLETCHERS C ASTORl A Bird S4aaon inllotthwNt Flue extended dtouth has been Willhaveand grouse said n St Paul sports man Yho has Ju2t returned from II trip West tt is reported from other sources that chickens are plentiful thus yoar and wbeir the season obeha oCt 1- thergrwtll be goOd llooth gIn fat rater years lreayy rains lnthIsbreeding season have tended drowuout the- nests ot she prairie chicken and last year there Were very few brought bacld by the hunters ThIs year promla s to be better In tune meantime the ducks are hav Ing a hard time of It Reports show that the usual haunts of these and other aquatic birds the small sloughs and ponds or South Dakota and Minnesota have dried us to such an ex tent that the ducks are going north Many huntsmen from the South are sending their dogs and trainers North to break them for the opening or the season Sept 1 One party with eigh teen dogs passed through St Paul yesterday from a hunting club In Georgia They are on their way to a place horth of Winnipeg and will return to the states In tIme to get the good shootJnSt Paul Despatch Saved a Solalers Life Facing death from shot and shell In the civil War was more agreeable to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than racing It from what the doctors said was consumption I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me In spite or all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Theo I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me I now weigh 178 pounds For Asthml1tHemorrhages Whooping Cough and lung trouble Its supreme SOc 100 TrIal bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists Guaranteed by all druggIsts m A Slight Mistake Its curious to observe Says a Marylandman the manner iswhich many illiterate persons prpsper I once hid business that used to take me nt intervals to a certain place on the Eastern Shore On one occasion I went Into Ii store there the proprletor- of which could neither readnor Write While I was there ii man came fn evidently fegull1r customer I owe you some mondy dont U he inquired The storekeeper w htto the door and tUrned It around sdthdt the back wasvlslblb acheeseChoeselezclalnr d the cusfoiner ft 1 dont owe you for any The storekeeper gaveanoterrook at the door r sgrlitdatone s lltlthe mldillef TIT i Y r a 1 f- Rk + u- T HYESTOCKEXHlfflT Extraordinary Display for Ken lucky Sito Fair p BOTHER SHOWS OUTCLASSED Entries In Trotting and Pacing Rcces Assure Events of Unusual- Attractiveness Popular Night Horse Show Will Again Prove One of the LeadIngI Features Prom the live stock exhibit stand point the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 which Is to be held on September 12 17 inclusive at Louisville will surpass any similar exhibition In America The Kentucky State Fair has already won ths distinction of surpassing all other state exhlbldonc combined In the jniiUer of light horses Its collective live stock display In previous years has ranked with the best of other state lairs and the for the approach r1n exhibition Indicate that previous fagxcellfTSthibitors are pe culiarly fortunate in having tjje advan tage of the largest and finest display ropra in Amerlcaor their thorough breda The beautiful where in by day are given the exhibition s of blooded stock and at niglit the bril Jlant horse show and hippodrome per romances Is declared to be the best and most spacious building ever erected for such purposes All ring s of horses and cattle mules and jacks and dogs will be shown in the live stock pavilion Arenas designed especial for the exhibit of swine and sheep Jjejn Elected near the barns used for these animals Directly associated with the live Block display are the races This year the card will be better than ever Tho I halt mlle track has already been put in splendid condition Three trotting I and pacing stakes are featured for each day The entries closed on June ClOse on I raCK me ncnmcrcyasasc 3 and exceptionally fine class Is as cured The prizes for these races ng some 600 There will six purse races with the premiums amounting to In addition four gentlemans road races are scheduled two of item for amateur drivers and one running race for each day En tries In the purse races will close the last of the week before the fair While the night horse show will appeal particularly to those interested in live stock yet no feature of the last fair proved so generally popular as this splendid display of equine aristoc- racY The horse show will given in the arena of the live stock pavilion wnlch has a seating capacity for thou sands of spectators The pavilion will be brilliantly Illuminated and the classes arranged are on a par with the foremost entries In the fall and winter horse shows ENERGETIC FORCE AT WORK State Fair Managers Practically Same asLast Year With comparatively few changes I the personnel of the active manage V mont of the Kentucky Fair for 1910 will be the same as last year J- W Newman ot Versailles who has so successfully gilded the fair during rho past few years is in charge again asi secretary While the failed to appropriate this year money greatly tt needed for additional buildings yet it y Is believed there will be no genuine embarrassment on that account to the success of the approaching fair and everything points to the largest and best fair ever held south of the Ohiorlver The following members of the State Board of Agriculture have been assigned to the departments numerated for this yearj MJ Ran kIn chairman Frankfort poultry plants and flowers livestock Judging contest M A Scovelljv Lexington dairy cattle dogs O N McQrew Bar you womans work farm Implements Mid machinery L Dent Leltchfleld beef cattle Gularie Mt Wilson Bards Itown horses mules jack stock speed LL Anchorage ptiecp goats Vegetables and meK ail H lit If swine William Addams Cynthlama fold seed uti grain topaoio Fred R Blackburn Btanton horticulture forestry and minerals P M Shy clerk of board Thefollowlngslperlntenden a and assistants will be in charge of the respective departments Horses R H L11 lard Lawrenceburg super intendent George C Holtman Law awslstant superintendent SimmonsShepherdsjacks metsi John T Veacb Harrodsburg etar poi st gdeatj iBBrttaf Hereford Y tr y u t- t s ana Aberdeen ngusWR Moorman Jr Qlendeane superintendent Polled Durham J Wai Crawford Millwood superintendent Red Polls and dairy cattle Edgar Vaughn Shelbyyllle su perintendent swlhe nI Jile1 art Ellza1ethtowQirupertntendent sheep and goats Mi Driakell Eagle Sta tion superintendeiftpoultry and pigeons vD Buford MchplaavMle su perlntendent E B Rorrlck Louisville assistant superintendent in charge of pigeons collie dogs W B Middleton Sbelbyvllle superintendent vegeta bles and melons Charles Scholtz Jr Louisville superintendent field seed and grain HC Lovelace Boston superintendent Frank Padon Joy as sl tantsuperlnlendenttpbl1cco F P Sebree Carrollton superintendent E Rees Louisville associate superin tendent horticulture W W Hlllen meyer Lexington superintendent J H Hammbns Jackson assistant su perintendent plants and flowers CL Hrunson Paducah superintendent womans work and table luxuries Miss Evelyn Porter Ixiulsvllle superinten dent Misses Eva N McGrew BtiJOu and Annie Rutherford Louisville as sistant superintendents Implements and machinery G P Rogers Smlthland superintendent forestry and minerals Robert Blackburn Stan ton superintendent livestock judging contest Prof J J Hooper Lexington superintendent speed rings C R Vats Meter Lebanon superintendent GREAT TOBACCO DISPLAY State Fair Exhibit Promises to Surpass All Previous Efforts A tobacco exhibit surpassing anything of the kind ever seen In America is promised for the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 which will be held In Louisville the week of September 12 Wm Addams of Cynthlann will be the member in charge of the exhibit F Sebree of Carrollton is euperln tendent with an associate In E S- trees of Lon sv lIe th atl been H actively engaged for several- weess In the collection of the exhibit and an especially Interesting display is promised from the dark t010cco- district Present indications point to an average Kentucky crop and ad received from those in charge of the work Indicate that the Individual samples put on exhibition will be of unusual j ofth and the vplqmo of ex rimsn Lno ironing ap raur be UOO be State state state J sad Ofctnt lk J 8 farm vices A Dibits will bo tile greatest in fair history In the Burley types exhibits will be made of the crops of both 1909 and 1910 Red Leaf Bright Leaf Cigarette Wrapper and Bright Trash types will be shown in each years class with premiums aggregating 35 hung up in each instance Similar premi ums are offered for the dark type exI hibits entries being confined to the crop of 1910 The following types are listed for prizes Austrian Leaf Black Wrapper Long or African Leaf French Leaf Italian Leaf Green River Leaf and Stemming Leaf In addition to the prizes mentioned valuable sweep- stake premiums are offered In all three classesThe official sanction of Kentucky to the tobacco exhibit Is Illustrated In the donation of 100 by Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin This money Is distributed through preml ums Every grower In Kentucky Is invited to compete for one or more of the premiums and each will be sup plied with whatever Information Is de sired upon communication with either the superintendent in charge or the secretary of the State Fair THE GREAT LIVE STOCK PARADE I No single event of the Kentucky State Fair Sept 1217 will attract more attention than the great live stock parade This will take place at 2 p m Friday Sept 16 and will be made up of firstprize winners In the various classes during the week of the ralrThe Judging Is then over and the champion first and second ribbons tied and the admiring public has opportunity of witnessing the anI of the champions In every class show takes place in the immense livestock pavilion which affords ample op for 10000 people to view the magnificent Chance kTgritHrlchMaolCIrL Theaehool girl of Is to have her inning at the State Fair held In Louisville September 1217 The fair management has decided to I learn just what progress has been made in the domestic arts and sciences school girls and It is probable Ibythewill not be a more interesting at this years big show than the examples ot handiwork of Ken tucky girls Liberal prizes have been offered for everything from a pink kimono and fancy apron to best one dozen button boles The girl who can make iho bfcst mumliaanddoughnuts and melee tlle best 1ODplewlll also be rewarded for her skill and industry pot atalegue entry blanks r any otktir Information regarding the Ken tucky fJtati Fair address JWN w st secretary 329 Paul Jones Build 1i1Y111 = J 9h1- t c- rr r6N lA it QUEER NATURAL HISTORY Some Curious Eighteenth Century De scriptions of Animals Some curious spcclments of folklore and natural history are contained In a SportsmansDictionary ward the end of the eighteenth cen tury The author was evidently a Philistine among Philistines In his at titude toward nature Of the muster musician the black bird Jie says This bird Is known by all persons and Is better to be eaten than kept being much sweeter to thee palate when dead and well roasted than to the ear while living sings about three months In the year or four at most though his song Is worth nothing but If ho be taught to whistle he Is of some value being very loud though coarseAnd here Is a story of the squirrel with the ring In It of the seventeenth even more than the eighteenth cen tury It reminds one of the hares of Izaak Walton that changed their sex es once a year If whnt Is reported of them be true the admirable cunning of the squirrel appears In her where we commonly use his when the sex need not be specified our ancestors often used her swimming or passing over a riv byLungerrind or small bark of a tree which she sets upon the water and then goes Into It and holding up her tall like a sail otheradoto prevent being famished by the length of the voyage Of the wild boar we have this And what place soever he bites whether man or dog the heat of his teeth causes inflammation In the wound If there fore he does but touch the hair of a dog be burns oil nay huntsmen have tried the beat of his teeth by laying hairs on them as soon as he was dead and they have shriveled up as If touch pd with a hot Iron WIND AND NERVES Effects of Breezes From the East West and Northwest The east winds bug the earth closely and gather moisture dust and bac terla They are cold and humid al together forming an enervating Influ ence on human and animal life and rendering it susceptible to the disease germs which the winds carry and die seminate The cool pure northwest winds come from n region of dry highly electrified air where ozone exists In comparatively large quantities They are invigorating The framework of nerves In the human being Is like a delicate electrical apparatus the I nerves being the wires and the brnln and ganglia receiving and distributing I centersI one knows that a telephone works better on a clear dry dny than on a wet muggy one The moist atmosphere lessens vitality The nerve I wires grow flaccid and heavy The messages become confused Hence low spirits melancholia distorted mental outlook faulty assimilation and disease The opposite effects flow from the tarthwest winds The west and northwest winds keep the mucous membranes of the body In good work- Ing order The coating of moisture which Is always present with the cast wind disappears Absence of any wlud if long continued has a bad ef fect on the human body and mind A prolonged calm means lack of ven tilation on a great scale The winds serve to mix In normal proportions the gases which compose the atmo sphere and in this way they are con ducive to health up to a certain point Beyond about twenty miles an hour their influence begins to be unfavor able Chicago Tribune Dropped In on the Bears The removing of the polar bears at the zoo recalls that some years back a visitor dropped In ou these bears A hat fell Into the pit sad Its owner at once jumped In after It lIe alight ed on a bear who was enjoying a dozo In the sun The bear made him wel come It seized him by the shoulder and waltzed him round and round Luckily the visitor kept his feet until a Keeper opened a side door and pulled him Into safety But the hat was left behind Ou the following day the man sent to the society n letter lu which bo claimed the cost of a new hatLon don Tatler Cigarettes In Prison Filipino prisoners in Blllbld both men and women are now allowed a certain number of cigarettes a day at government expen- seChlldren Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIAMaking a Newspaper Almost every one believes that he can conduct a newspaper better than the man who does It In no other line of business is there such dis position to criticise INO othernnan gets as much gratuitous advice There Is a prevalent belief that a newspa per Is a public form In which every one who desires may say whatsoever he will But the most interesting thing to the man who thou the In BIde to usea slang phrase Is tho idea of those without that a news paper falls together without effort or direction s The other day jln CjaUornk t tin r a t 8 wt Jlr f Rev Malcolm James McLeoda Pres byterlan clergyman edited one Issue of the Pasadena Star He entered the editorial office with tho young vigor of an undaunted conviction that nothing in the nature of the news paper business presented an obstacle toaman of intelligent theorleseven though the details of execution were amriokwn to him Mr JIcLeod did his days workand the profession observing the fruit of the labor of the amateur can say that he did It well but here Is the expres sion of his revised convictions My time Is now almost up as I pen this last line my hand lu almost paralyzed my brain is be fuddled and I am free to confess that 1 am right glad to vacate the holy spot Such rush and riot and disarray Such a Jumble and JlOfJlOunIJt strikes me as the daily effort to bring order out of chaosund do it llghtnlngly quick I am reminded of the memorable words The earth was without form and void and darkness was upon the face of the deep And the spirit moved upon the face of the waters Never shall I criti cise newspaper men more 1 sahll pray for them They will have my hearts forbearance hence forth and forever the hardest worked shortest lived poorest paid brain workers on this weary old world of ours Such is the opinion of ono man who tried the work and found that It was something more than Idle play and listless effort Evening North Dakota Times 1S CASTOR IAF- or Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of e r Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement will the publishers of the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican I and that paper one year for 150 The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour nal and one of the best farm papers published In the United States QUI readers should take advantage o this offer Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 200 di rected to me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court IK favor of Oscar Bond etc against Ansel Wilson fur the sum o 19875 with interest front December 1 1909 and 935 costs I or one o my deputies will on the 5th day o September 1910 between the hour- of 10 oclock a m and 2 oclock p mat the courthouse door In Hartford Ohio County Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and cost to wit A tract or parcel of laud it Ohio County Kentucky bounded on the North by the lands of Cut Davidson on the east by the lands of Ton Smith on the south by Rough River and on the west by the lands of Sam Davidson and the I C Railroad and being same land conveyed to Ansel Wilson by fink Petty and James Fltz j theII his vendors for more than thirty IIISI Levied on as the property of WilsonTerms Sale will be made on credit of six months bond with alI proved security required Intcrost at the rate of stlIel cent per annum train day of sale and having the force and effect of a replevin bond Witness my hand this 17th day o August 1910 5t3 T H BLACK S 0 C Real Estate 50 Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford About 20 acres In culti ration flood dwelling and out build ings A bargain for 1250 tt We have 40 acres of fine bottom land rom one and a half to two miles of Hartford part of It with timber Also about 75 acres of up land belonging to the same tract Terms easy eaa 180 Acres of land two miles south of Roslne on a free delivery route out of Beaver Dam 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres timber land and the rest of Unfairly good upland Five room frame two story house two barns and good tenant house Splendid orchard never falling well In yard and horse lot and spring in easy reach of the House In good repair Must be soldndwllJ be sold at a bargain1 ApplytoBARNETT k SMITH Hartford Ky S httia u r CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Year- sCASTOR1A eswrau 11W fOaa CITY c u JAtprm8 AGENT i9EAHTOWNode sample by us Our agents everywhere arc- making II rrral aJrrat c ce MO am of your bicycle 6uhlp- to anyone anywhere in U S nithmt a nut depart in ivirxttrrtay Srtifht and TEN MAYS FIIKK Till AL duiine which time mayrlelhe biCcleand- put It to any tel you wish If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to Iteep Ihe bicrcle ship It bonk tousatourespenseandouteillMoiBreXteMfrfl FACTORY PRICESWe urnish the highest trade bicycles It is possible to make mull profit above actual factory cost You sne fit to ft middlemen profits by buyinc direct of us and have the manufacturers guar antee behind your 1 O NUT V a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyeni uIrJcYOU WILL RP ASTONISHED when you our beautiful catalogue ant study our superb models at the wxdtrfull InufrKttvt can make you this year We tell the highest trade bicycles for less monet than any other factory We are satisfied with fioo profit factory cost IttcvcLU DKAIKKS you can sell our bicycles under your own name pute at twuua u ruen i t tae b rrcnse HECONU HAND BICYCLES We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles but outranduifO HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF SA M IJIull3buatamplrpairlorSlFtrashwifkordrrIS NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES thorOver two hunulred thousand pairs now is use Itl5lhelr Always Thirty TMC cOPY the 111 receive a apecial qua lily ot rubber wtllell tIter Iecomc F tzSL a Thpywclghnomorelhanalld I also rim strip Ii prevent rim outtlns Tularnordlnarytirelhepuncturereslslingqualitieabeinggiventire will outlast any other andtreaddvertlslnBpurpo we reraakInB specialctorypriceto the rider of only ftSo per pair All orders shipped tame day teller is received We ship C O n on approval You not pay cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented We will silos a sash dbcount of 5 per rent thereby making the price 545a pet pales it you fend NULL VA111 IYITII U1tDEIi encl aderllemenl You run no risk In aeodlo us an order as the tires may be returned at OUK expense If for any reason they are not salsalactoryon examination We are perfectly reliable and rn Kent to us as safe as a bank If you order a air of these Urea you will find that they will ride easier run faster 1wear better tact longer and look finer than any lire you have ever used or seen at any price We that you will be so well placed that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable ones kind at any price until you tend for a pair or F YOU NEED TIRESteagelhorn Puncture Iroof tires on approval and trial at whtchaftn but write us postaltoday 1JO SOT THINK Ot IJUYlNOn bicycle NOT WAIT or a pair of urea from anyone until 011 know the new and wonderful offers we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything Write It NOW J L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL rnBY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The regular price is Sioo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at tho low rate off ys Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use B11SINESS COLLEGE IJlCOzJJSecond and Walnut Street irQU15V11LE 1tY l ti n r sn of 9 tn i JIn Hartford Republican littered according to law at the Foitotn Hartford Ky amall matter of the necon d C M BARNETT EDIT- OR3iambslusd r PXQtTICI =4- Qo i h 1V 2 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 REPUBLICAN TICKET t For Judge Court of Appeals JUDGE J ALLEN DEAN One thing may be said for Vice President Sherman he always makes a Republican speech Republicans do not forget the Coun ty Mass Convention at the court house tomorrow afternoon Democracy may criticise the new tariff law but what has it to offer the country in its placce What farmer will vote for free trade or a low tariff when a choice steer will purchase 1115 pounds of coffee whereas In Mncrh 1896 un tier a Democratic tariff law it would purchase only 383 pounds d In a few days Vermont will hold A tate election and the eyes of the country are upon thIg little state AS they have been many Yates before in fan effort to obtain a line on the trend of political events In his speech at Osewatoinie IanI BaS Mr Roosevelt came out square jIn favor of the Insurgents posi tion nil alohfe the line Many of the principles laid down by the former president in fact almost all of them are those contended for by the Republican party without reference to the Insurgents and many of the I principles he ennunclated have been enacted Into lawsunder president I Taft JL The Indications are that the old Cleveland Sing of the Democratic party Is to be In the saddle at the next National convention To begin with Mr Bryan has been turned down in his home state Governor Har mon a member of Mr Clevelands cabinet is lending candidate for the Democratic nomination for President and Hoke Smith another member of Clevelands cabinet has just been nominated for governor in Georgia Soit looks very much like Bryans wing of the party will be compelled to take a back seat Can any farmer be found to favor reducItlonsjnembcrs that under the last Demo cratic tariff law March 1 IsM lie could purchase only 189 pounds of garbed wire with 20 bushels of potatoes whereas he can now purchase 275 pounds of the same wire with 20 bushels Will he vote the Democrat ic ticket and for a low tariff when be remembers that In 1896 20 bush els of potatoes would purchase only 77 pounds of granulated sugar where as 20 bushels will now purchase 125 pounds of the same kind of sugar The fact that politicians soon forget their friends Is again emphasiz ed by the announcement of Congress man Longworth that he Is opposed to the reelection of uncle Joe Can non for Speaker Coming so long in advance of the possibility of an election to that office it would look as though Mr Longworth felt called upon to make this statement In or der to protect his own personal In ten t In some quarter Mr Long worth was made a member of the Ways and means Committee by Speak cr Cannon upon the personal request of President Roosevelt at a time when many other members of the Mouse were much more deserving and competent for promotion to this much coveted honor It Is a terrible criti clam upon our American citizenship to say it but It looks very much like the average politician is more than willing to cast aside a friend and beneficiary when he Is unable longer to bga benefit or when by stand ing by his side he Is llabje to bring upon himself unpopularity What it Would Mean As usual the Democrats will talk tariff as usual today will tell the people In their speeches and literature that Protection Is robbing the people but they will not be able to cconrlnce the farmer or the laboring man that he should change the pros jpfrlty of today for the adversity of 5UW396 The people realize just what J epipcrat House of Representatives WBtUd mean They realize that even ttttajji no destructive legislation in through the next Congress v1 anxietyIaaMalfi iWtegxlety would bring cur tailment of production and affect both employment and wages Mario Va News to They Will Have the Cheek While prices 0fal1 commodities have Increased everywhere and con isequently farmers have to pay more I for such things as they have to buy yet the increase in the price of such things is not near BO great as the increase in the price of what he has to sell So those who are fight ing our Protective Tariff can hardly have the cheek to ask the farmer to help them to elcet their low Tariff candidates to Congress who will go there to do all they can to upset the present Tariff Bristol Tenn News Insurgency at High Water Mark Insurgent leaders are gloating over what they call their grand sweep of the Middle West What did they zet out of the recent political events Kansas Kansas can hardly be call ed a loss to the Republican party It is merely getting back into its historic own Iowa They insulted the president of their party and ills gusted a lot of their less wild follow ers by the lack of good judgment in the steamroller methods Missouri Nit Oklahoma Also Nit Where Is the grand sweep Insurgency is at Its high water mark It has done its darndest and the clock has struck twelve Now for real old substantial I sane Republican progress The kind that really gets somewhere Burling ton Hawkeye r Political CreecJ of President RpggV lh The former President declared 1 osawatomreI tsts Iron politics SecondComplete and effective pub licity of corporation affairs ThirdPassage o f laws prohibiting the use of corporate funds directly or indirectly for political purposes FourthGovernment supervision of the capitalization not only a public service corporations but of all cor porations doing an interstate busi nessFirthPersonal responsibility of officers and directors of corporations that break the law- Sixthincrease in the power of the Federal Bureau of Corporations- and the Interstate Commerce ComI mission to control the commissions Industry more effectively I SeventhRevision of the tariff one schedule at a time on the basis lot information furnished by an ex- Pert j tariff commission EightGraduated income tax and I graduated inheritance tax- NinthReadjustment of the coun wayIarmy and a navy large enough to insure for the nation the respect of other nations as a guarantee of I PeaceEleventhUse of national resources for the benefit of all the IJcopleITwelfthExtensions of the Department of Agriculture of the National and State Governments and lor agricultural colleges and experl ment stations so as to take In all phases of life on the farm of the terms IThirteenthRegulation by means of comprehensive workmens compensa tions acts State and National laws to regulate child labor and the work of women enforcement of better sanitary conditions for workers and extension of the use of safety appliances in indusry and commerce both in and between the States g auIIthe various Suite FIfteenthDirectGovernmentsI ciated with Sixteenth Publicity of campaign contributions not only after election but before election as well Seventeenth Prompt removal of un faithful and incompetent public ser vantsElghteenthIrolslons against the performance of any service for interstate corporations by national offl cersThe Tariff Is made a scapegoat for high prices in regions where the pea ple allow Freetraders to do their thinking That seems to be the case in part of Oklahoma whore an ad vance of 11 a thousand 01 common lumber Is excused oh the ground that the increased Tariff necessitated such a course when as a matter of fact the duty was reduced 75 cents a thousand Norwalk Ohio Reflector Notice On and after September 1 1910 tho managers of the following coal mines in Ohio County will require cash payments with each load of coal at the bank TYro Blanken ship Hamilton MererBroS Render Fordsvllle Miller and Brown Some Pertinent Paragraphs From President T fts Campaign Lettere Differences within the party were manifested in the two sessions of the present Congress ahd4iget never in its history has the Republican party passed and become responsible for as much useful and progressive legislation Sd while lsuewlll doubtless arise between members dl a Republican majority as to the details of further legislation the party as a whole will show Itself In the future as in the past practicalI and pa triotic in subordinating individual opinions in order to secure real pro gress Hence it is lmportantthat after Republican Congressional candi dates have been duly and fairly chosen all Republicans who believe in the party principles as declared In Itll national plat orO of I 19jS enonld give the candidates loyal and effective support If this is done there will be no doubt of a return of a Republican majority Such a legislative program as that set forth in the Republican plat form of 1908 could not be carried out In full by one Congress Certainly if all its promises are executed in one administration it will be within a proper time The present Congress has not only fulfilled many party pledges but it has by its course set higher the standard of partyresponsibility for such pledges than ever before in the history of American par ties I The tariff bill has been criticised for certain of its rates and schedules Some of the criticisms are just and some are wide of the mark and most unjust The charge that the present tariff is responsible for Its increase in the prices of necessities is demonstrably false because the high prices with very few exceptions affect articles in the tariff up on which there was no increase in rates or in respect to which there was a substantial reduction v The Important part that railways play as the Arterial circulation in the business of the country the million and a half of their employes and the million of their stockholders the Importance of their purchasing power as affecting the prosprltey of general business all require In the public interest that no unfair treatment should be accorded them But InmI glad to note that the railway managers have acqulsed in the fairness of the present bill and propose loyally to opraply with its useful pro visionsNo more Important legislation in the interest of human life has ever been enacted by Congress than the laws of the recent session giving to the Interstate Commerce Commission ampler powers to define the needed safety appliances for the prevention of accidents to employes and passengers and after a hearing to require their adoption by interstate rail jta1si 1 P = NIGHT IN JAIL BRINGS RESULTS f UJ1 Farless Hines Eager to Marry Girl He Had- Wronged t t Owensboro Ky Aug 31Aft- err spending the night in jail Farless Hines a young man who was nrrre3ted Monday afternoon by Dep uty Sheriff John Howard on a war rant sworn out by Miss Clyde Urls tow charging him with seduction sent word to the youg girl that he would marry her at once and justice Lancaster performed the ceremony at the court house on Tuesday morn Ing The young woman is only about fif teen years of age and quite pretty She stated in the affidavit sworn to at the time of the issuing of the war rant that the offense took place Iq March and that the defendant had repeatedly promised to marrry her but that each time he would post pone the date Hines was arrrrested Monday after noon and was brrought before Judge Owen where his examining trial was set for Wednesday He was held over to the trial under 500 bond which he was unable to execute and was therefore sent to jail Ohio Valley Exposition thejLford dates of sale Aug 28th to Sept TicketsIorlglI midnight Sept 29th 803 H E M1SCHKE AgtI Republican Convention At the meting of the Republican Committee of the Fourth Congression 101 District held on July 30th 19l6 f9r purpose of calling a Convention to nominate a candidate to be voted for for Congress in the Fourth Con gressional District at the No vember election 1910 it was o 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 Ken tucky in said district at onooclock p m standard time on Monday Sep tember 6th 1910 for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate to be voted for for Congress at the November election 1910 in the Fourth Congressional District Tie delegates to said Convention shall be selected by County mass Con ventlons to be held at the County seat of each County in said district at one oclock p m standard time on Saturday September 3rd 1910 and one delegate shall be elected for each one hundred votes or fraction thereof amounting to fifty or over least for Republican electors in such county at the presidential election in 4908 The form of voting at sald County maw Convention for said delegates shall be vivo yoce The number of h a delgates to said District Convention apportioned to each of the various cou ties in said district Isas follows Breck enridge 26 Bullitt 7 Grayson 24 Green 13 Hardin 19 Hart 20 Larue 10 Marlon 13 Mends 9 Nelson 14 Ohio 33 Taylor 12 Washington 15 and the shall be one alternate delegate elect ed for each delegate Total number of delegates 215 Neccessary to choice 108 M L HEAVRIN Chmn 9 W F GRIGSBY Sec In Loving Memory After a short illness of Whoop ing cough God in his kindness and wisdom reaqhed forth his strong hand of affection and took the little babe of Mr and Mrs Fred Tatum Aug 22 1910 Little Thelma Vas only 9 months and 13 days old but with all the sweetness and cheerfulness nature could provide at this age the little one had become the center of de light in this happy home Dear parents you have the sym pathy of your many friends but he has snared your other child in all its serious Illness God needed one more angel child Amidst his shining band And so he bent with loving smile And clasp the darlings hand Tho little cradle Is empty The little clothes laid by A mothers hope and Fathers joy In deaths cold arms doth lie We miss thee here but soon well come Where thou hast gone before 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 possiblethe amount of tobacco that will be pooled this year Please attend to this mat ter and send in the pledges D FORD Chmn F Com a PALO Aug 28Several from here are at tending the big meeting at Concord The entertainment given at Mr W L Whites last Tuesday night was quite a success Those present were Mr Andrew Hines and family Mr Jca Maden and family Mr Orvll Coy and family Mrs Flener and family Mrs Josle Tweddell and family Mr Jess Harris and master Job Wimsatt Mr Kit Berry Misses Fanny and Hazel Berry Mrs Richard Dooley and son Archie Mr Everett and Cliff Merry and Mrs Charlie Feemster Mr Tom Wlmsatt and family of Sunnydale visited his parents My and Mrs John Wimsatt Saturday night Mr W L White and family were tj0l guests of Mr Wm Feeiuster and wife last Sunday Mr Jack Funk of Taffy Vas the guest of his uncle Mr D P Feemater and wife last Sunday Several from Palo attended the unveiling at theMldklff graveyard last Sunday MrS Mary White raised a bead of cabbage that measured 39 inches and weighed 14 Pounds Who can beat It I We are needing Mr Camps airship d or Mr BosweHs road grader as the roads are very bad in this neighborhoods i Mrs Jane Maden visited herlniece Mrs Mary White last Friday night Wr KltVBerry and Brothers Ever ett and Orville are hauling logs for the Womb Boys near Hartford Success to The Republican Mule C Shows On Saturday Sept 17th 1910 at the Fair Ground Hartford Ky we will hold our annual Mule Colt Show A premium of 700 for the best mare mule and 750 for the best horse mule are given All parties own ing mule colts sired by our Jack are requested to bring them to this show also bring your mules jat all ages as there will be some mule buyers on handsand this Will give every one trcbaiaee to dispose of mules if they wishtodo so 2BLACK BIRKHEAD er L j I In Memory- The shadow of death hovered over the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Coy July 20th and claimed for its own their Infant son S The sunbeams love to linger round a lonely grave Where sleeps our little darling one we loved but couldnt save He Is sleeping yes so sweetly In his silent bed And his little soul is resting in the bosom ofthe Lord Twas hard so hard to part from him but God knew what was best And he called our little one to the happy land of rest God thought him too pure to stay in this world of sin And called the Htle darling to come and live with him J Weep not for him tar parents for he is just beyond With his little outstretched h ndsl beckoning for you to com- ep AN AUNT Saved a Soldiers Lite Facing death from shot and shell l in the civil war was more agreeable to J AS Stone of Kemp Tex than facing It from what the doctors said was consumption I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me I now weigh 178 pounds For l crouplWl100lllng supreme 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggistsIGuaranteed by all RALPH I Aug MMr and Mrs R F Tayj lor visited Mr Alex Whitehouse of Magan Friday Mr Jeff Wade who has been verry i sick is able to be up againIThe crops in this damaged much on account of dry weatheriMr and Mrs Ronda Wade of this placce visited Mr and Mrs Dode Tay lor of Taffy Saturday night and Sun darIrelatives here I Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Taylor and children Gladys and Cecil of Dun dee spent Sunday with his parents Mrr and Mrs J F Taylor Mrs Tom Jlenry who has been sick is able to be out again Mr and Mrrs Reat Ralph visited Mr and Mrs Dode Taylor of Taffy SundayBorn to Mr and Mrs Lonnle Wade on the 23 a fine gird The Clear Run Singing School has been invited to sing at Adaburg church the 3rd Sunday In September at 230 p m come one and all and hear the good singing of which we are sure to have GEOIOGlCilL SllltVEf + OFOHIOtotjNrf r Being Made by I CibiGardnerU- nderDirecHon v ofrrof Norwood 1The Kentucky Geological Survey is making an investigation thin summer of the mineral resources and gen eral geology of Ohio county and pdr lln of adjaceuc country Prof C J Norwood Is director of the Kentucky Surrvey and geological work in this state is arrrled on under his supervision Proto Norwood Iselalso State Inspector of Mines professor of mining engineering at the State University in Lexington He is well known in this section and is them an who laid the first foundation for future geological work la this county It may be truly said that the high character of efficien cy reached by the present organ- Ization of geological surveying and inspection in this state is duO to his ability labor and influence i Each year the Geological Sjirvey of Kentucky pushes Its work Into tho StatoIas financial appropriation permits Its publications are in1 bulletin form with maps and illustrations of special areas To mining men especial A Ily these bulletins are of high im demlnllIthe Lexington office Indicates that capitalists are becoming snoreand more interested In Kentuckys re calllnotpleted It U evident tHat no cbnf pany or set of companies can afford to take up a study of the state as a whole hence the state itself apropri ates for such work it leads to the income of capital development of minerals classification of taxable property and Is a general contrlbu tion to knowledge The prevenliow of needless prospecting In rocks bar ren of minerals is not the least off the values of such stork The work in this section this sum mer is being carled on by James H Gardner assisted fora time by W B Paynter and D W Smith A gen eral survey is being ade of the niln oral resources with especial study aoT the coal deposits The more impor tant coal beds are being mapped and pit information Being secured relative to the extension of mining posslbilf4v ties Into undeveloped regions A study Is also being made of tho possibilities for oil and gas and pros petting encouraged jn the more lIke- ly districts The Iron ores fire clays plastic clays cemecnt materials etc are also being Investigated Mr Gardners headquarters are at the Commercial Hotel In Beaver Dana and any person having specimens or anything in the line of geology of mutual interest to them and the State should write or call to see him there I For SaleIFine two year old registered Her ford bull Farm 2 miles North of Hartford Telephone 312 w N STEVENS Notice Company H will leave the home sta tion Sept 11 1910 to participate In the Joint maneuvers at Ft Benjamin Harrison Ind Every man physically able is required to go Preliminary arrangements for the trip will beaamade Saturday evening at7 p mftthe regular drill No member of tho company must be absent All of the new members will tmdergd physical examination aslo JAS M DeWEESE Captain A CHOICE TO EXTRA STEER 4 Value of a 1200Pound Choice to Extra SteW in in Marchl0and in Marchl8d6 yiepijHeas ured by tfiWholesale Prices of the Following Staple Articles sl5S i a M kl J u t THEY ARE HEREt We lean our new Fall Stock of KORRECT SHAPE Sf10ES FOR MEN Dont make a mistake and buy before looking over these Shoes They are the acme Qf stylewear and workmanship They come in Vici Burro Jap Patent Leather and Gun Metal Dont forget that it pays to trade with the house that1k saves you 1 at No man to the at II I Iteale tole I BURT tit PACKARD MAKERS BYr PAT OFF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS ARE OUR BEST price needs suffer torture ISHAPE SHOES 7 II IIfitNaturally Right Price 1GUARANTBB BIOCItTONrMAISACHUIITTI ISOLD moneyiorrecJ ltape ADVERTISEMENT uKORRECT I j I Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 lUlnoleCentralRallroadTime Table At Beaver Dam Ky- llorlkDorrd BorlhEoad4 No1t2 doe 485 o n Noln dod1r5 a m No122doe1r28p m No lot due 248 p m- aolo2dut48pn NolU due 8t5pin I M HiE Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky I Tribe pass Hartford at tile ollowI ing times J NORTH BOUND I 112729 n m passenger Daily 114340 p m MIxed Dalley except Sunday SOUTH BOUNDI 11Gl20 a m MIxed Daily except Sunday I 113146 p m passenger Dally i I Miss Edith Carson has accepted a y posItion In the Rosenblatt store Pure Paris Green 30 per pound 101b lots 28c 1 Hartford Grocery Co EconomyFruit JarsSee samples canned In our window I HarUord Grocery Co 1 MIss Edith Carson has accepted a position as saleslady In the Rosen blatt store Misses MattIe Moseley and Maymee Shown are the guests ot Mrs E M Woodward this Week I Mrs iryWhite Samuel b Mot are the guests Captainand Mrsa K CoxsMIsaLena CopVBBe ot Leitchfield- ia theguest oth r uncle and aun- tJulgeand 14 rs RlWedding- Mc J Andes head ad man- of the Owenlbciro4esenger is In e HaSttordthis week visiting relativgsi- MIfs Fern Jurt18 getrlday fQn r Evansville and Ind on tan xten edti1p to relatives and friends MesrsJ W Cox and Joe Eek ridge of the Wesley Chapel nelgh borbood wereamong OU l4lers yes te y 1 I t Mrtand Mrs E W Smith Ceral r in avo 4dada occupytheresidence of their eon AttQaey C EJS on I I- Y lar0d1ca Street J 1 E 1 1r We Recommend KORRECT SHAPE and have Staked our Reputation on them ILthe I breaking in the CO J off Boonevllle few eaigill Mr John Lindley LIvermore made a flying trIp to Hartford Tuesday no Miss lassie Newsom Qrrensboro Is visIting Miss Coya Anderson who Is the guest of Mr and Mrs S A Anderson Capt J M DoWeese has returned from Camp Perry OhIo and will remaIn In Hartford a few days and then go to the army maneuvers at Fort Harrison Inlh- MrsAlex Barnett who had been on an extended vIsit to relatives and friends In Colorado returned home Saturday Mrs Barnett was delight ed wIth her trIp Leave your Laundry at Oleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonvllle Steam Laundry Madlsonvllle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tt FOR SALE house and lot In Beaver Dam and farm contaIning 45 acres onehalt mile west of Beaver Dam MRS C L WOODWARD 5t4 Beaver Dam Ky WANTEDReliable energetic man to sell LubrIcating Oils Greases and Paints In Ohio and adjacent counties Salary or commIssion STETSON OIL CO Cleveland Ohio Mr Ben Taylor li srturned home after a few weeks visit to his par ens In Dlrdseye Indiana His broth er and father who have been quite 111 are reported to be practically well Mr Jeit Watterson hag sold out his clothes pressins and cleaning business In Hartford to Mr Fred Robertson who will continue the- busiueM5at the old stand YtM C G building Miss Myrtle Ullams arrived home rMprlay after a three weeks visit to ftbe brother Mr D W WfI- lIal11s ot8oddyTenn While there Miss Willlama visited the Lookout MountaIn Mr R H Utlleple went to Rock port Sunday returning home Sun day afternoon He vas accompanled home by his wife h9 bad been vis- Iting her Ilateri Mrs MJ Reid for several days The new pews e CQI the Baptist- church have bea4 pgt 1n plaCe md with the gther improvements whlclt bayebeena4c 1 the Hartford Baplst churcli tip boat attnc4ive one hit Ohio Countys Services Will be beldla church next Sunday morningaas 1lauaiaf14sXseveral weeks- absence from the refilar building by the congregation made nary by the repalrey 11 r 1 v tf I Mr and Mrs E A SmIth Red Bay Alabama will arrive In a few days to visIt relatives In the county Misses Eva aRuth LIndleY Livermore aro the guests of their Uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs S T Barnett Mr D T Pttty Barrette Ferry left Wednesday for a busIness trip to Oklahoma Ile will likely be gone about a week Mrs Clarence Smith who has been visiting relatives In Hartford for seV- eral days has returned to her home in Owensboro Mrs M L HeavrIn and sister Mrs L B Rosonfleld and daughter lien derson Ky are spendIng a few days at Grayson SprIngs Mr John L Wllliamll has closed up hIs plumbIng establishment In Hartford and has accepted n posItion In Vlncenns Indiana- Dr H J Bell of the firm ot HarI din Bell will be at Williams MInes Ky from Sept 5th to 9th for the practice of his profession Mr J H Young father ot Herman Young charged with the killing of Captain Bowles Drownsvijle was In Hartford Monday and Tuesday The Stan Board of Election Commissioners have appoInted AC Yei ser Democrat and E M Woodward Republicah as county commissioners for Ohio county Mr Oswald locker who Is attending school at Paducah Is very ill with typhoid fever at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Joe Hock er near town The ladies ot Goshen Methodist church will give an Ice creann supper on tM eveenlng or Saturday September 10th for the benefit ot the church Everybody lnvlted- Messrs T R Darniud of tho firm lof Darnard and Co Hartford and Op pie KIttinger or the firm of Barnard and Klttinger Smallhous are In the eastern market purchasing rail goods for theIr respective busIness houses Mss Emma Park who was operated on at Owensboro last week by Drs ly B Pendleton of llarttord and Hoover of Owensboro for tumor Is getting along nIcely and will be able to retun to herr home In a few days MIss Annie Allen Elgin entertaIn- ed Monday nIght at her home on Walnut street In honor or MIsses Cova Anderson and Dess Newsom of Owensboro Quito a crowd of young people were present and the evening was highly enjoyed hU FREE HOMESTEADS from 40 to lliO acres land In Ala Ark Fla and Miss GIVEN AWAY by nISTATES GOVERNMENT Ito ful applicants Send 25c for Inorm tlon and application torn DIXIE 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 indefinitely W H MOORE SON Iit2 Hartford Ky Judge R R Wedding has appointed the followIng Ohio County citizens to represent the county at the Good Convention to be held LouisIvllleD S Chamberlain J H Mlles C E Smith and J L Patton At a meeting ot the Uosteoka Club held last Monday night tip following officers were elected for the en suIng tern PresIdent Dr J Trace Hardin VIce President Martin Thomas Secretary Otto G Martin Treas urer J Ney Foster Sergt at Arms and Custodian William Gillespie- 1ext Sunday at 11 a m wlll bo Old Folks Day at the Methodist church In Hartford The songs sermon and all the services will bO with reference to and for the especial benefit of the old folks Every body cordially Invited and the old people ot the town are especially re quested to be present The services at 730 P m will be for the young An young people and children are especIally Invited to attend thIs ser vIce It Is desIred that the community shonild turn out at these ser vIces and make them the most profitable we ever had THE PASTOR t On last Thursday evening Cap tatn T K Bowles was killed on a derrick boat at Mortons landIng on Oren River by Herman Yobng Captain Bowles was struck On the hood with a club In a personal encounter in Vhlch Young calms helacted In selfdefence Bowles lived about four or five hours afterwards beIng taken to Ceralvo by the towboat Samuels which he had charge ofat the time of the trouble Young surrendered hImself to the sherift of Ohio Coun tyl and was brought to Hartford by Mr Black and deputy sheriff S b Keown Thursdanieht His ex aminldgtrial hall beeD eet for toI- morrow is sl J 0 1 i014 1 I 0A4 J- 1i 1 li ip The gasoline launch The Mary belonging to Messrs H P Taylor and C E Smith was chartered by 1trs C M Barnett Wednesday for a trip down the river wIth her Sun day school class of boys The trIp was made to RoSs RIpple about ten miles down the river and the day was sIlent In an enjoyable manner and a feast which had been prepared partaken or at the noon hour The following members of the class weAt on tIle trip Park Taylor Char ley Darnard Willis Lyons Howard Glenn Glenn BarnES Earl Barnes Clifford Moore Russeell Pirtle and Samuel White The boat was In command of CaptaIn John P Taylor The Hosteokas Entertain The Bosteoka Club delightfully n- tertalned last Friday evenIng at the home or Mr and Mrs E O Schroe terrho evenIng was one of the most enjoyable parties that has been gIven by the Club since Its organIzation At ten oclock the members and guests adjourned to Judge and Mrs J S Glenns where the Methodist ladles served refreshments Those present were Misses Des sle Newsom COVII Anderson and Mario Hardwick Owensboro Lena Cop page Leitchtleld Nettie Rile Win ona Stevens Anna Eliza Keown Mattie Moseley Bessie Taylor Beatrice Haynes Fannyo Whittinghill Alice Keown Ozona Moseiey and Nellie Woodward Messrs Ellis Foster Ot to Martin Mcilenry Holbrook Syd ney Williams Douglas Felix Harold Holbrook Raymer W Tinsley Estill Barnett TrImble Pendleton Henry ThomIasLadies and Gentlemen Take Notice watItrsonon Center street and ant prepared to do first class work In every particular Clean and press any article of wear for ladles and gentlemen and earnestly solicIt your patronage All work guaranteed PrIces rea sonable 7tt FRED ROBERTSON rMarrIed Mr A M Taylor of Buell McLean county and Miss Maude Coleman were married at the brides home near Ceralvo last Sunday morning A crowd of relatives and friends ot these popular young people wItness ed the marriage In which Rev L W Tichenor officiated Mr Taylor la a prosperous farmer ot McLean county while his brIde Is the young est daughter or Mr Lum Coleman and Is very popular In the commun Ity where she lived They left for the home of the groom Immediately after the ceremony followed by the best Nishes of all their friends In Memory Susan M Stewart daughter of T- W and Mary E Cox departed this life Aug 26th 1910 after being a great sufferer for about five years The deceased was marrIed to J H Stewart Sept 16th 1881 to this unIon was born eight children six sons and two daughters Three sons and two daughters survive her three sons having preceeded to the world beyond She was t7 years ono month and eight days of ago at the time of her death She Joined the church at Old Fairview in early ghldhood and lived a consistent member of the same She had been a member or the church at Select since the disbanding of the church at Old Fairview She was burled at the Keown burying groufid next day In the presence of a large congregation or friends and relatives Funeral services wero conducted by Rev Birch Shields who preached the funeral sermon from Rev 2i4 after which her remaIns were laid to rest to await the resurrection morn May the God of Irgaveu console her husband children and relatives and may they all be prepared for the great summon when comesA END Republican County Convention Called To the Republicans of Ohio County Pursuant to a call of the Fourth Distrlqt Republican Congressional cothmlttee for a convention to be held In Lebanon Kentucky Septembe 61910 for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for Congress to be voted for at the Navember- electoDi a mass convention of the Republicans ot Ohio County Is hereby called tb meet at the courthouse In Ilartford at 1 oclock p m standard time on Saturday September 3 1910 tor the purpose of selecting 33 delegates to represent Ohio county In saId CongreSSIonal convention and for tran sactlon of any other business which may properly be brought before the convention Hartford ty Aug 9 1910- t + R B MARTIN Chmn t JOHN G KEOWN Seely iJi ia 1 s 4- M IrIMY1cMIMAM1NAiYWrVrVYMA1MMW M11M ABig I Wheat Crop For next year should be the slo= gan of every farmer in Ohio county and preparations should begin at once Successful preparation de= mands uptodate Implements and liberaluse of high grade Commer = cial Fertilizers Use Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows for Breaking I IforUse Horseshoe Brand Ferti lizer 100 to 200 pounds to the Acre Thoroughly prepare the soiluse first= class 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 I Beaver Dam Ky I- AilMJt It1Vn W CROMWELL Aug 30lrs Clarence Amos Is sick at this wrIting Mrs T e Stratton visited her old home star Hartford a few days last week Ill R D Martin or Hartford was here one day last week on business Mr Britt our new boat agent Is goIng to have a new house erected near the river Ill Warren Adams will do the work Ur Bell the destlst Is here ready to do all kInds or work In his line Ill Delmer Stewart Mr Jesse Baize Miss Floy Keown and Miss Claudie JanHR all of Select Were hero Sunday night at church Rev Wade tailed to till brother Gardners appointment here Sunday night on account of sickness Prayer and songs services was conducted by Judge J P Miller Several tram this place attended the Pow Wow at Heaver Dun Sat urdayMiss Malllo Dunn visited her grandfather Mr Cooper at Brooklyn from Friday until Sunday A surprise birthday dinner was given Mr Benton who lives near here last Sunday ElghtCour pelsonK ate dinner there AU report a very pleasant timeIMr J Alex Rhoads and wife visit ed the family of Sri Slade Taylor Cooper School house Sunday Mr Haven of this place Is havIng some logs cut ori his faun across the river Messrs Torn and Chas Wallace are at Evnsvl1le Mr Watterson Cooper who was well jknown here who died In Call a few days ago was burled at Goshen Sunday The family mud friends have the sympathy ot all FROM ANTHER CORREStONDENT Aug 30Rev Birch ShIelds preached an interesting sermon at No3 Schoolhouse Sunday night Mr E M Stevens wife and daughters Norlne and Mrs C S Taylor were the guests ot Mr and Mrs Fred Rafterty Manda Tuesday Mrs Byron TPylor Is visiting at Rochester this week MrCharlle Miller wife and daugh ter NOha Select visited Mr and Mrs C S Taylor Saturday Misses lva and Nova Taylor Cen tertown visited relatives here a few days last week I Prof and Mrs J Alex Rhond were the guests of blrr and MrtCoS Tay lor Sunday i Miss Gertie Stevens Is vIsiting herc 1 1 J h t ik J n brother Mr Chas W Stevens Beaver Dam Mrs Warren Taylor Is very III Master Charlie D Taylor spent Sat urday night and Sunday with relatives at Select Mr and Mrs Carl Taylor and lit tle daughter Corine spent u few days last week with relatives lit Beaver Dam Joe Coleman 1renlls was the guest ot Roy and Ray Stevens Sat- urdayI night I Mr Claull Liles and wife were the guests ot Mr and M15 Lestion Riede- Prentis Sunday Mr Charlie Kimbell of Okla f homo Is visiting relatives hereI I Cheap Excursion Hartford Rates From Kentucky State Fair Louisv111oKy SellIternher 10th to 17 Inclusive Limit ed to September 19th Fare 340 for round trill- AnnualI State Convention Christian Church Owensboro Ky Sept I J2 Dates ot sale Sept 19 20 21 22- IAunited to September 27th Faro 15 round trlV- BrotherhoodI ot St Andrew Nashville Tenn Sept 20th Oct 2nd Dates of sale Sept 25 25 and for trains scheduled to nrrive In Nashville before noon Slllt 2tith Final limit Oct Gth Faro 460 round trip 1Davis County fair Owensboro Ky Oct 4tlrSth Dates or sale Oct 4th- to 8th limited to Oct 10th Fare 1GO for round trIp I Grand Lodge or Masons and Grand Chapter of Masons of KelltuckrlAOU- Isvllle Ky Oct 18th20th Dates or toItrip H E MlSClIJn Agent In Memory Little Thelma infant daughter bred IOf Mr and Mrs Tntum depart aII Thelma was a sweet and brIght little darlllg girl with all that knew her She will be sadly missed by her dear I parent and little sister and kindred We will say to you weep not dear parents and little sister for God I giveth and God taketh away Weep not for LIttle Thelnm lias gone to rest In Jesus arms where there Is no suflferDear IJtrcnts prepare your elTto meet little Thelma on that bright and got denshoie WherQ there Is no weeping and parting AUNT AND UNCLE t t t ri L rs r r Ir j r j or tt4 INDIANS AND BULLETS A ample of the Strenuous Llf m Kentucky Ir1771- In 1m while ffurredsburg Ky was so beset with Indians Hint the Inhabitants were In straits for dally bread a young man only sIxteen years oldmado himself extremely useful by Tentunng out of the tort before daybreak and returning with U land ot game after nlJhttnll This Intrepid youth was James hay afterward Gen tai Ray One day In the year Just mentioned Ray and another young man were sboOtlng at u mark near the tort when the second man was suddenly shot down by the Indians Uny looked In the direction whence the shot had come saw the enemy and was on tho poInt ot rnhIng his rifle when be was jet upon by another band who crept near him unseen hndI tIp took to his heels and beln quick runner ienched the tort sbower ot bullets but the gates wereI shut and the men Insllle were soI frlgbtened that they durlll nor them Finding hllllelt shut out openI threw lfllIclt flat ou the the rear ot U stump nud here seven steps from the fort nnd within eight ot his mother he lay for four flours while the bullets ot the Inalaps tore up the ground on either side ofIWm At last he grew Impatient and called 1 out to the garrison For hearens sake dig a hole under the cabin wall and take me In The mop Inside set to work immediately and the brave young bunter Wilt epeedliy info Insldo the tort tfORTUNE ISLAND w J Story of the Buried Prize of art English Buceaneer wt An English buccaneer having looted and fired n rich prIze found himself pursued In turn hr n SpanIsh plrnto and In order to save his treasure sougbtJ some isolatehQrg qp I11dI uJtnot1l J1zC1tnie cane tG t ide the g wiibbll followers So he ran I Lobo the Dnliama and landln ITlmfigthe plan iotttine lsipud soiled away fit Ift n hdmb9 or degto slaves bk fund to 6lahl the burled trans Dad the pre5ebt InlJabltnhtA aFq tald to ye descended from these slaves The For tune Islanders believe the old sea rover never returned for his chest and that It is still hidden somewhere near the tide level It Is no uncommon sight for tourists on the rare occasions when a steamer stops there to see some halt naked black man digging in the sand probably to obedience to n dream or other sign The natives are half civilized exceed- Ingly superstitious and very poor and live mostly on fish and fruit They do not attempt to plant vegetables pre fering to rely on the bounty ot nature Da the fierce hurricanes that sweep the Bahamas soon uproot and destroy Jar dens The little colony Is huddled together In n collection ot squalid huts that arc blown clear away In nearly every storm and have to be built anew The island Is nine mills long and a mile wide at the broadest part and lies 1l0 miles northeast ot Cuba Sew Tork Press Surprise In Chinese Some people said an American consul to China Ilve ns long us twenty yearsJn China and never learn more than n dozen Chinese expres Ions nut not so my little girl She used to meet me each evening with some new Chinese expression which she had learned during the day Now the Chinese language 11ke the Japan Se is full ot honorlfics and I fondly imagined one evening when my little ctrl greeted me with some entirely new expreslolls that she was saying something like tbis Here comes the honorable personage my father To verify lilY guess I asked a little Chinese boy to translate At first lJe was rather bnel yard but I urged him until he Tinnily said Your excellency your daughter Lays here comes that old wooden beaded bottle Yes there are same surprises in Chinese Not Interrupting at All At the plaun J1rs Inagua was guiding Cdith mill 1dwul1i und lack through the lntrlcaeies ot an old inglish lUelo- 11r when she hltlIlnl utvcre that the twins were adding their voices from Dn indiscreet distance and stopped plnrloClJlldren she exclaimed you are not allowed to Join Iu the chorus with Edith and Edward Yc werent the twins pretested- In slightly resentful tones We were singing something quite different Youths Companion Shakespeare Altered A portable theater had been pitched to an out ot the way spot where the prospective theatrical patrons were eowpblsticated Ia matters dramatic The players possessed the tor hamlet and costumesI tdy was selected for n then occurred to the proprietors ot the how that the name might not at- drtect o they altered the title to How the Stepfather Was Palll OutLon aloe Mall HeyHe PIdBite asked me bow old I thought l woeWhat dId you say dW tI perjured myself like n gen Detrol Free Press J JoWif t i rtto save the 4lrerld can nake ieptofailure to ear e for the 44alvetlonat your own t1Je werklrSeary F 9e1- e1t i A California Myth To the Indian imagination vat legs and monntalnrl were under the dominion of formidable giants one ot whom presided oyer Mount Tam alpais in California The following legend npeors In a recent book by C Hart Merriam A woman had n husband and two boy babiestwits The womans brother killed her hua band and the little hos did not know that they ever had n father When they Were big enough they went oft every day to play by a big rock In the woods They went al ways to the same place they lilted this place and always wont This was the very place where thereI father when he was alive used every day to sing but the little boys did not know thisfor theY did not even know that they ever bud a fatherOne day the boys heard somebody say You come here every day just as your father used to The voice came from the rock It was the voile ot Loopoootyes the rock giant Then the boys knew that they hat had a father They went to the rock and saw long haIrs sticking up These hairs grew out ot the nostrllll- ot LQopooolcs the boys took hold ot them find pulled them out This made LoopOQroleB angry and he took a long hooked stick and tried to catch the boys to kin tben1- lfe was all rock except a place on his throat where he wore an ab anlllkilledpieces the pieces were rocks and scattered over the ground Inside he was flesh like other people but out 11de he was rock except the place on hl6 throat where tile abalone shol1 wag wa 4 4i Qu1Ck SLa9rippe Medicine guaranteed tQ cur Colds and 1tt24 hotiis Headache and NeurnlgiaI in M mihutes At druggist J C Mendenhall Medicine CO Erlllrtlle14 A Terrible Punishment She was about ten years old and apparently very unhappy A swollen face served to diagnose the case at a glance ns an advanced stage of tooth ache Over the door they entered was a sign which being interpreted read Doctor of Dental Surgery The mother led her to the operating chair and smoothed back her tousled hair ns she laid her head In the little rest Looking her straight to her eye with finger poised for emphasis the mother salll Now Edith it you cry Ill never take you to n den tist again QUICKSMCOUCIH Quickest and best for coughs GuM ANTRED- Soltd by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medicine CGEveltvlllelaa The Judge Scores Several lawyers In a Southern city delff bar who 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Exclullvelrwrlleeta Jt1aIA JWASHINGTON r FAINBANNSMONSEGasoline Pump water grlnde feed iialftJ earn 0 + Works every iy at a mall p8 to operate X11 elxetlifor all purposes Send tor cataaopue oi Address t FMIB NKMDRS- ELouilavirlKy Ir iA 1kI r it t 7 a 3 f TW r +e 4r 11n y Ffia rp R k 1- A T v 1 k Y jD1V1DEDTHE MESSAGE 7 4tIrh Way s Financiers Clerk Extern porizeda Cipher theserer0e11thlnghigh finance found himself In Chicago j In extreme need of communicating V wIth his Now York office He almost completed an arrange met for the consolidation of several western enterprises but In order to get the dual authority ho needed from New York he must explain all bo had done by wire to his partners There was no time to write Ho bad no cipher code For a long tlmoho tried to think out some way to send r 9the Information so atlt would be to his partners and meaningless to any ono else His secret was ayal- uablo ono and once sent over the wire might be sold out to his rivals In Wall street for a large sum At Withe decided to take the chances in plain English Accordingly be wrote the message and gave tt to his assistant to send Half an hour later when the assistant came back be asked him if ho had sent It Not Just that way said the clerk aI rewrote Stthe first word on a Postal blank the second on a Western + Union and so on I sent half by each company and neither halt meant any thing Then I sent a second message by one line saying Read both race sages together alternating words The scheme was too simple for the high financier to have evolved but it 1tworked perfectly OLD TIME LONDON The Days When Men In the Pillory N Were Pelted With Eggs London in 1700 was a comparatively small city Of about 600000 Inhabitants the rough and Ill kept main roads to which had been but slightly improved since Tudor times The ghastly spec tacle of many of the trees on tho South work road bending under their burden of banged men had Indeed been slight ly modified but none the less the de composing beads of traitors still fill ed the atmosphere about London bridge and Temple Bar with myriads of bane ful microbes Our immediate forbears were evidently not overparticular about sights and smelts They were accustomed to see men sitting In the pillory pelted with rotten eggs and possibly Included L among their immediate circle not a few J who had been deprived of their noses and ears for expressing too freely their opinions political and religious The drains were In an appalling con churchyardsybull halting dog fights and boxing matches were attended even by royal laterting high priceS to Btaud In the carts round Tyburn to behold twentytwo of their fellow creatures banged for mis Y demeanors which In our time would be punished with a few days Impris onment London Saturday Review An Ingenious Defense Nimble wits and a glib tongue fre quently save erring coppers on trial before the deputy commissioner at headquarters Some of the defenses put up by offenders are more tngen ious than convincing Not long ago a giant patrolman accused of being about a quarter of a mile off his beat evolved this excuse You see It was like this your honor I was patrolling my post when I thought I heard a man up the street yelling fire Fire I ran In the direction of the sound and would you believe me Mr Commissioner there stogd a fellow out on the sidewalk trying to wake up a friend of his on the second floor and ho was yelling with all his might Meyer Meyer Well thats a brand new one said the trial commis sioner the suspicion of a smile cross ing his face Complaint dismissed New York Tribune Sumnara Raacly Reply Charles Sumner when In London gave a ready reply At a dinner given in his honor be spoke of the ashes of some dead hero Ashes What Amer lean English rudely broke In an Eng lishman Dust you mean Mr Sum nor We dont burn our dead In this 4tcountry Yet Instantly replied Mr Sumner with a courteous smile your poet Gray lsuli that Even in our ashes live their wonted fires The American was Hot criticised again that evening Argonaut A Glorious Part At lust exclaimed the low comedian I have a part that Just sulta me Good said the first old ladYou are tho9111actorlover knew who was hproughly satisfied with his part WhatJ itT Oh the part isnt much as far as that goes but Im supposed Ito be a burglar dJ break Into a pantry and performanceChicsgi ttH WerkHOno Wife Oeprge this burning of the FMitretrgraveto bed George But Im doing tbif night work in order to find mosey enough to buy youa birthday prevent WltVWell U you will persist la work GobdnightDedueliea l a ttrMtCajr The HeavyweJght Ptrdoi me dM I yeartell ore ILPuck n f tt e i I y Fairly Warned A man who was writing a telegram at one of the long tables In the Wt rm8nbiono hear him where they could end out how much a telegram to a certain Tbumandid so and returned saying that they might send a message of ten words for a certain price and that address and signature would not count After as suing himself that the men could write he walked away but was stop led at the door by ono of the stran gets with profuse thanks I have been la the city only a few days be said and was told on shipboard and since I landed that everybody would try to swindle me I spoke to two men today ad both did me a tavor1 no longer have apyfear Thats right said the man but Just the same look out for the third man New York Tribune She Loved His Tomb An Immensely wealthy widow who gave yearly hundreds of thousands to charity decided to personally Inspect some Individual cases of deserving poverty herself One of her agents brought before her a poorly clad wom an saying Here Is a poor old woman a very decent sort of person Her husband used to go about with a dancing bear This creature though usually very tame and gentle one day threw ltscl on its master and ate him up Alas my good sirtho old woman broke in since that moment the poor beast and myself have been without a homel What The beast asked the wealthy woman Is it the same thatI devoured your husband Alas my good lady It Is all that is left to mo of the dear lamented one New York Herald Sleep The first sleep is the sonndest after the first hour tbqp Intensity of sleep slowly dltnulsliw hence the value of forty winks after dinner In quickly recuperating shattered powers Temperature and vitality are lowest at about 2 a m so that two hours sleep before midnight are worth four thereafter Nature has no rule UH to the length of sleep except that men need less than women since women are the more sensitive creatures and a wo mans heart beats five times more In a minute than a mans Sleep should be Just HO long that when you wake In the morning a stretch and a yawn only are necessary to land you In a daytime of bounding vigor As to early rising It Is comforting to hear Dr Bryce say It Is a habit that has gone far to wreck the constitutions of many a growing youth London Ex press He Met His Match The Rufsian marshal buvaroff was famous as a Jester and was fond of confusing the men under his com mand by asking them unexpected and absurd questions But occanloually be met his match Thus one bitter January night such as Russia only can produce be rode up to a sentry and demanded How many stars are there lu the sky The soldier not a whit disturbed answered coolly Walt a little and Ill tell you And be deliberately commenced count Ing One two three etc When ho had reached 100 Suvaroff who was half frozen thought It high time to ride off not however without Inquiring the name of the ready reckoner Next day the latter found himself promoted Gypsies and Death The custom of placing the property of the dead in their graves has always been followed by the true Romany gypsies It Is due to some old tradi tion of III luck attending the possession of an article whose former owner Is gone and mubb valuable property la burled In this belief There In also a sentiment among gypsies against the possession of anything that has be longed to a dead person because It serves to remind the living of the departed and inspire In them a dread Of death The custom of burying their property with gypsy dead dotes from the earliest history of the Romany tribes Odd Superstitions In England there is a superstition that if a bride and groom lat peri wInkle leaves together they will love one another Should he after mar riage recalcitrant here U a way to wlahlm back Take a piece of the root of a wallflower end a partridges heart roll them Into h ball and make the man eat It If you want to know whether your lover loves you crush some bleeding heart If the Juice Is red he does lOt is white he does not His Mistake They were In the thick of their first quarrel TlNtought your tastes were simple said Jhel11Sbandldldnt expect to tad you such a high flier Yquknewfllas but you thought be dirigible Celt Stlok and SbythV Your boy Josh Is something of an expert atvgolf lierJrDtpsH1two licks with the scythe without too eUaVV Washington Star Trouble teaches men bow much there tn HianboodHenry ward Beecber J 0 4o y 1 r DJFFICULT TP SHOOT 1 Birds That Test ue Skill of the BM Marksmen We often bear the question as to which Is tho moat difficult bird In the world to shoot The answer la usually glyen In favor of tho pheasant de scending with closed wings from a higher level of flight though a few gtvp tho preference to the second bar ref shot at teal scared by the discharge of a first barrel and darting upward and In any direction but that which Is expectedA which we have never seen mentioned and which yet might take a high place In the category Is the sand grouse It Is not to be rated as an English bird of sport but Is familiar to shooters In the east where it Is shot as It comes fighting to water holes to drink Its flight Is something like that of a pigeon with very swift curves and undulations and In Its case again as In that of the Virginian mosquito hawk It Is said that those who have acquired the knack can kill It with a comparative certainty which Is the de spair of the novice After all perhaps our pheasant aero planIng downward must stilt bo given the highest marks dIfficulty for we hear of no one who presumes to say be has discovered any Infallible knack by whlph this most perplexing and yet apparently simple shot can be brought off with any great assur ance Country Life LORDLY FORMALITIES Preparing a New Peer For His Seat In House of Lords Numerous formalities have to bo gone through before any new peer is entitled to take hIs scat In the house of lords One of the most Important matters is the preparation of the patent a long strip of parchment to the end of which Is affixed the wax seal the color of which varies according to the rank of the new member Another item Is the robe made of scarlet cloth with three doublings of ermine tho number of bars varying according to rank Thus a duke has four bars In front and the same number behind n marquis one less and so on Then there arc preparations In re gard to making or changing coats of arms In connection with which fees to the extent of about 50 guineas are paid by the recipient of a summons to the house of lords Altogether the financial disburse ments amount In the case of a new carl to between GOqand 700 some of which finds Its way to the chancel lor of the exchequer and some to the crown as represented by the college of arms A considerable portion of this expenditure Is of course incurred In the purchase of the coronetLon don News A Left Handed Man I never realized bow unpopular n left handed man can be until 1 Joined a fishing club said the man who can not do much with his right hand Socially I was all right but when wo begun to fish the rest of the fellows couldnt get far enough away from me There was another left handed man In the party and we were shunted upstream away beyond tho best fish ing boles 1 am a good fisherman When alone I can manage rod and line as skillfully as the next man but when I go fishing with a lot of right handed fishermen our lines tangle and we get Into a regular muss I have tried to learn to manage my pole with my right hand but I havent mado much headway at It also 1 have no ticed that right handed isons who tried to become ambidextrous could learn to do everything with their left hand better than to fishNew York Times The Antiquity of the Ballet Strictly defined the ballet Is proper ly a theatrical exhibition of tbo art of dancing in its highest perfection complying generally with the rules of the drama as to Its composition and form It was In existence in Italy as far back as A D iron the court of Turin in that day making especial use of It and the royal family and nobles taking part In It The ballet was first intro duced in Franco in the reign of Louis XIII and both that monarch and Louis XIV occasionally took part In Its dances About the year 1700 wom en made their first appearance In the ballet which up to that time had been performed exclusively by men as was the case also with plays and operas but no woman ballet dancer of any note appeared until 1700 How She Caught Them How did you happen to set four times as many letters as 1 did 1 said one washerwoman who bud advertised for work by the day to another who bad advertised for the same thing Wound up my advertisement by saying I was on a diet1 said the lucky one That on udlet notice goes right to the heart of stingy souls who are trying to cut down expenses They bate to figure on a washerwomans thesis and Jump at the chance of getting one who doesnt eat New York Sun Often the Case You can pretty safely bet begun the man who thought be knew that tiny woman who doesnt gush over n pretty baby Is a confirmed olt4mald Not always replied the real wise acre She may be a mother who has a baby she thinks Isprettlercatb- elk Standard and Times I Truthful Angry leather tto IoDlTonn never law tM jetting Into a scrape like that when I was a boy Flippant Son No dad 1 never did JBxchange v tl- t til His D1eoipiipe fop you must tabu this chUd In hand I have had about all that I can mindingmeicone vSond her to me said Pop with a frown It wont take file long to tone her down Hut bow could bt punish her tell me do when she looked ut him with tier eyes of blue Looked at him in filename glad way that her mother did In that faruff day when she was his sweetheart and he her beau now could be strike her Id like to know But still be took her upon his knee and at once was lost In a reverie that carried him back to a shady street and a little maid wbom be used to meet a bluo eyed maId whose count erpart now sat on his knee with a beating heart walling for him to for get those days and punish her for her wilful ways Mom peeped in through tbo half Closed door They were playing jacks on tho parlor floor playing Jacks and quarreling too Just as two children are apt to do She frowned It was more than half caress I wlllbave to punish them both 1 guess Chicago necord Herald Origin of Confetti The history of confetti Is rather curl ous Several years ago u large printing works In Paris was turning out Im menso quantities of calendars through which a small round hole bad been punched to receive an eyelet for bold Ing tbo sheets together A heap of the little circular scraps of paper cut out by the punch accumulated on a table and ono of tbo machine men amused himself by scattering a handful of them over a working girls balr She Immediately snatched up a handful and threw them In his face Other girls followed her example and the first confetti battle began The head of the establishment came In when It was at Its height and being what the Americans call a smart man he at onco realized that there was money In It He ordered special machinery placed large quantities of the new ur tlcle on the market made a fortune and created a new Industry The Ways of Holes Among common animals few have been less studied in their life history than the mole An English natural ist Mr Lionel E Adams snys that under the fortress which the mole constructs above the surface of the ground will always be found n serIes of tunnels running out beneath the adjacent field A curious feature al most Invariably found Is a perpendicular run penetrating about a foot below tho bottom of the nest and then turning upward to meet another run A mole Is never found In his nest al though It may be yet warm from his body when opened Guided by smell and hearing u molt frequently locates the uest of a partridge or pheasant ubovo his run and penetrating It from below eats the eggs The adult mole Is practically blind but there are em bryonic Indications that the power of RIght In the race has deteriorated An Arab Legend There is none so poor but there Is one poorer- A poor Arab spent his last barn on a handful of dates und went up on a high cliff to eat them und die As he threw the stones over a lean hand shot out below and caught them nol said be Why do you catch my date stones Because 0 brother answered a weak voice I have not eaten these three days and Allah has sent those stones to save my life Praise be to Allah answered tho first man for bo has saved me also for here Is one poorer than I And both men went into the city i Course in Agriculture The Western Kentucky State Normal school offers a proUcal course of study in Elementary Agriculture demonstration and actual work done on school farm Teachers will have an opportunity to prepare for teach lug the subject Great opportunities offered young men who expect to make farming a life work Course begins Sept 6 1910 Write for Infor mation Address H H ChenryPres Ideal Bowling Green Ky A Counter Attraction It was nt n ball game between Chicago and Plttsburg The score wa tied two men were out a runner was on third and Hans Wagner was at bat The crowd was too excited to be noisy A sporting editor had taken his nleghbor to the game The neighbor was not a fan but he had succumb edw the delights of traveling on a pass and was having a real gar rulous good time At the moment when there wasnt a heart beating on the bleachers and the grandstandcrs were nauseated with suspense the sporting editors neigh bor emitted thlst Look Jake Look at that coke train Did you ever see one engine pulling so many cars Im gonna count em September Llppencotts To ewe UOrippe sad Colds la 24 hears take UQrippeJUN jrw faffM fees Itt lee Ilea ut4 Z5c ti JC HeriejAiH MetfkiM Ce Eraniiic tad and get them post paid Guaranteed r Y 7y1 Aids Nature The treat success of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis wealcIunGoldenMedicalinf tissuerepairing musclemaking materials in con denied and concentrated form With this help Nature digestfoodobstinate coughs The Discovery reestablishes the digestive and nutritive organs in sound health purifies and enriches the blood andnourishes the nervesin short establishes sound vigorous health goodIt lOat you are thinking of tho cure not the profit so theres nothing lust as good for you Say so MedIcineEdition paperbound sent for 21 onecent stamps to cover cost of mailing 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chain of 30 Colleges 3000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuitio- nBOOKKEEPING acceptinghieBookkeeping in three montns than they do in six Rraughon can con vince you QHflPTHA NFI 75 Per cent of the United States Court Report DraughonteachesFor FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Learn Telegraphy whichexplain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President I DRAUGHOMS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE IBODBFOIATID MEMPHISI J 0 Y THE OPIUM HABIT Ita Effcb H Described by Bill Nys In HI Memoir IIbave always bad a horror of opt ateS of all kinds They lire so seductive and so still In their operations They steal through the blood like a welton the troll and they setzo on the heart with their white fangs till It Is still tororcr Up the Laramie there Is a cluster ot ranches at the bl1so of the Medicine Dow near the north end of Sheep mountain Nell a young man whom we will call Curtis lived at one of these ranches years ago and though a quiet mlndyourownbuslness fel low who had ahgotutely no enemies among his companions ho had the misfortune to Incur the wrath of a tramp sheepherder who waylaid Cur Us one afternoon and shot him dead as ho sat In his buggy Curtis walpt- armed Ii rancher camolnto town and tele graphed to Curtis fattier and then hall i1 dozen citizens went out to kelp capture the herder who had lIed to the toothllls They didnt get back tilt toward d break but they brought the bender- with them I saw him In tho gray of the morning lying In n coarse gray blanket on the floor of the engine house Ho was dead I asked nil a reporter bow ho came to his death and they told me opium The murderer tied taken poison when ho found that escape was ImpossibleI Rcn at the Inquest so that I could report the case There was very little testimony but nil the 01- dcmco seemed to point to the fat thnt life was extinct and n verdict of death by his own band was rendered It was the first opium work I had ever seen and It aroused DIY curiosity Death by opium It seems leaves a dark ring around the neck I did not know this before People who die by opium also tic their hands together before they die This Is one of the eccentricities of opium poisoning that I have never seen laid down In the looks I bequeath It to medical science Whenever I run up ngnlust a new scientific discovery 1 just hand It right over to the public without cost Ever since the above Incident I hare been very apprehensive about people who seem to be likely to form the opium habit It Is one of the most denllly narcotics especially In a new country Caught a Tartar Senator Theodore E Burton of Ohio who Is u bachelor and has never been ensnared by the wiles of women tells- a story of a young lady and a judge of his acquaintance The former was a witness In the lutters court The prosecuting attorney had repeatedly put to her questions which she persistently evaded under the plea that she did not comprehend his meaning whereupon his honor undertook to bring out the proper responses Leaning over he sold In a kindly and fatherly manner Young roman why Is It that you InsIst In rptuslllJ to understand the questions ot cuuulel You are a per son ot charm grace beauty and more than average intelligence and Thank you your honor interrupt ed the young woman If It were not for the tact judge that I am under oath I would return the compliment national Monthly S The Sting of Death The sting of death physically is noth lug n hire who IIUN lost consciousness In the water a man who hue been un tier no uuaesthetlc n wan stunned In nn nccldentthese have been iu etTect dead and yet they know nothing of death In spFaking ot It the most glaring contradictIons press quite nllt orally for axioms It Is the gentle hand but It is nlso the grisly trTor It Is benutltul and wonder tul but It is also terrlbleLondon Spectator A Cargo Herd to Handle Asphalt Is said to be the must dUn ult cargo for Ii vessel to unload The asphalt Is taken out of the asphalt sakes In Trinidad In n semlOuld state mad by the limn the vessel reaches a northern port has hardened so that to unload It It LI necessary for the men to go Into the hold and dig It out with pick and shovel This takes time and a vessel currying such cargo nlways has to arrange for a cousldcrable stay ht port Hippocratic Face The hlppocratlc face is n coollltIon of the human face produced by death long illness excessive hunger and the tCIUPllSlhollow relaxed with cold ThIs appearance Is so named from laving been accurately described by Hippocrates the father of medicine New York American One Thing Unbroken Standing over the shattered remains ot their last Dresden china statuette the exasperated mistress said to the i awkward servant Is there anything you havent broken since YOU have been with mer Yes mum replied the servant I lave yet to break me record for de structivenessBaltimoreAmerican I r A Cattlh Suggeatto- nEthelMy I poor head aches frightfully ClaireWiry dont you take oulAa 9tt and rest It DIy dear7 I rM I tei9eojOt way to face 111 0 akup J rTbeodoro Nitl it ant noollj 4 r l foiO Poor Pickings henewboarder lied uever been o a farm before Sh waS d11 wllid- te t and dellghl to everytbin t abe saw n the morning a tter her ar rival she saw Mrs Howe apparently picking berries from sumepretty green plants beyond the IUI dhu In the road Those are charming little plaute she said pausing with her eyes axed on a pall which hung on Mrs Howe arm What kind of berries grow on them Does It take Ion to 61111 pull like that Mrs Howe looked down Into the pall with a meditative air and answered the second question I should hope twould she replied What kind of berries are they persisted the young woman I cant quite see What are you picking bugs said Mrs Howe as she made another contrlhutlon to the depths of the pallYouths Compan- Ion Public Speaking Explained The Japanese visitor to the city was asked to make an after dinner speech lie arose and began quaintly I often wonder he said why It Is you Americans will hluderyour dlges lion by naking these after dinner Slnecches We Japanese rest after our meals It Is much better I know that I traveled with Ii Japanese legation over the United States and everyy where the americans Would make uss dIne then ask us for speeches afterward 1Ve would much rather have dined att our hotels aoil retired afterward to rest for the following day I I asked some one why It was this universal after dinner speechmaking among the American men lit publll dinners and be replied that the American uaua never had a chance to say anything at home and that was wbyNew York Press Had a Good Reason Dan a colorlll man was employed ns porter In u mercantile establish I meat lu u town In Florida and his duties required him to move the store swept by j oclock In the morning He had been late for many mornings and on the sixteenth consecutive time his employer remonstrated with him thus Dan why cant you get hero on timeWell Mr L said Dan yer see I live the other tilde ot Mount lIermon cemetery and lUnt always get yere on time Why In the world do you live so tar from your work said his employer Without a moments hesitation Dan responded Ylr soc Its dls yere waylr L Ill be honest wid yerl wants Ii home beyond the grave Testing His Scales Thank heaven James has quIt call Ing me Baby said the womstn who weighs over 200 pounds A strange butcher shamed hint out of It Jt was dune uucouselously too lhllt Is why It was so efTertlve Since I began to diet 1 bare been weighed otteu The other day when James was buying liver for the cut he rllIIarklll that he wltlllll there were relluhle scales lu the lghborhood to weigb Baby on Said the butcher tiring her down here rInanks said James I wilt James told ule the butcher was ex petting us so WI went lie was ready for us IIc hud rlglll up a nice little shuWi arrangement suspended from the hanging scales to pout baby In and then he WIII lutrdneed tome JatueS husnt called me Baby slnceINew York Times Curious Old English Law It Is interesting to recall In connec lion with rllllwuy accidents that only u few years balk any instruuent which by accident was the immediate CIIIIIe ot loss ot human lite became In EnlIsb taw dltldllndthat Is became forfeit to the crown to be devoted to pious purposes This law applies to locounotlres but lu course ot time coroners Juries instead of claim hag the forfeit luOlctrc1 It tine In the year IBS u locomotive on the Liverpool and Manchester line whleh by exploding causlll the death or its engineer and tlremuu was fined 20 while the following year another engine on the saws line was dne4 1400 Making Sure Johnnie yea mn Wby Ire you sIttIng on that boys face Why 1 Did t not tell you to always count u hundred before you gave way to Pllll stun and struck another hoyT YesDI aDd Im doln hI Im just slttln on his face tlO hell be here when Im done count In tlJe hundred Houston Post Napoleons English Ndpoleon I began to learn EnglISh It St Helena and there isa letter ex from him which begins Rlnte- 1lxt week I learn the English and f do any progress SIx week dotourty two days If wight have learn ftvtr word for day I could know It two thousands and two bundred- Lucky Dog My wife Is excessively fond of her poodle Actually Im beginning to look on It S It sort ofa rival to me Say youre lucky Im only a sort of a rival to mwifes poodleEan ens City TJmlll Hr Exeuse Widow to dressmakerYou must really walt awhile for payment for thY mourning dresses We are aWl too sorrowful to consider Onancllli matters r d SONs CHECKS to f- tny Wflltly Drawn but the- 8anlt Threw Them0utt According to George Car7EHlestoD Virginians of ante bellunt days showed great tndilTerence hn money matters Money lea the form of cola was rarely seen Thu planters were In the habit of writing checks on 1 slip offooiscap instructing the bank to please pay the amount specified Egglestod says This custom of paying by check so strongly commended Itself to a certain unworldly parson of my time that ho resorted to It on one occaslotiln entire ignorance und innocence of the necessity of baring a hank deposlt as a preliminary to the drawing of Clucks He went to RIchmond and bought a years supplies for his little placeit was too small to be called a plnntatlonand for each purchase be drew a particularly polite check When the banks throw these out on the ground that their authorhnd no account the poor old parson found the situation n dUflcult ono to understand Ho had thought that the verypurpose- of aknnks being was to cash checks for persons who happened to be short ot money Why It Id had the money In the bank ho explained I shouldnt have written the checks at all I should have got the money and paid the bills Fortunately the matter camato the knowledge ot a well to do and gen erous planter who knew Parson 3 and who happened to be In Richmond at the tIme IIIs Indorsement made the checks good and saved the qaworldly old parson a deal of troubleChicago News DEEP SEA WATER I Bottles With Which Samples Are Taken From Ocean Depths The water bottle for gettingwater for analysis from selected depths In the ocean Is a cYlinder of braSs Ger man sliver or other metal which reI- Ilsts the corrosIon ot sea water generally about two inches In diameter und twelve or fourteen Inches long with upward opening valve at the top and bottom connected together on a central stem Lugs are cast on the side of the cylinder for conveniently securing It nt any point along the length of the line by which It Is to bo lowered into the sea During the lowering of the line the valves of the bottle are kept unsealed by the pas sage of the water through the cylinder during Its descent but when the motion Is reversed the valves seat themselves and are locked by the descent of a small propeller In the framework above the upper valve which rides Idly on a sleeve during the lowering ot the bottle but descends along a screw thread to press the valves upon their seats wbeo the line commences to be hauled up fA sped men of the water ut the depth to which the water bottle has descended is thus brought to the surface confined wltb In the bottle and a series of specimens from dlllerent depths may be obtained atone haul by securing a series of water bottles nt the t quited- Ihtervats along the sounding line Scientific American The Gentle Game of Golf On one occasion an old lady was In the same railway compartment as a party of golfers I found fearful trouble this morning sold one At the first I tell tight Into the middle of a prickly gorse bush and nt the soc and I was stuck up on the top of a tree 1 pitched out of bounds into the farmyard attblj third got caught by the wire at the fourth I stuck fast In a deep hole at the IIfth found my seltburled In mudd the sixth 1 was lying In a heap of rough Ulnts at the seventh got lost at the eighth and finished up at the bottom of that dirty ditch at the last hole Gracious mecrlCd the horrified old lady from her corner of the cars ridge and they told me that golf was an old mans game rll never let my Edwin play agalnLondon Globe Acquiring a Reputation Arehblsbop Howley who lived In the elglteeoth century most unjustly got the reputation ot swearing like a trooper The explanation la that the Duke of Cumberland who taught the battle of Culloden and who was un speakably profane once went In quest of the primate to get his assistance about a certain bill which he dISliked He returned to the house of lords say InghSall right mr lords Ive seen the archbishop and he says hell see the promoters to before hell yote or the bUlAs a matter of fact all the profanity had been supplied quite In the ordinary run of converse tlon by the duke London Tatlerr Some Py More The man was looking over the family bills as his wife glanced through the paper Oh lobn she said It tells hereof a young fellow who was fined 080 for flirting Thats cheaper than I got orre plied tile man his eye still on tie blipsPhiladelpbia Ledger j Man Thlnlll EdithI told Clara under promise ot absolute secrecy yf our eugage went FredAdllhe has spoken of- It terywhero EdithNot the spite ful thing never mentioned ItIUust- rated Bits r How Cari1IShesweetly as they slp their tea to- getheriIsnt Ihls delicious He ab- eentwlnddlylYes I love to take tea wltha IittigJewonColutubla v Jsstert 4 Whena foolgetIitigry L he opens his nouth and shuts his eyes f r I jjjU D U bliItrW1 Iet UsShow You Our Lfne 0f r1 BUS lI S andSU RI S iPIt I is We are headquarters for thefamous Owensborothegenuine Geo bi- G= Delker and Banner Buggies and Surries which are fully guaran = ifi teed They will lastjlonger andrun easier than any other buggy or t I surrey on the market = THE OHIO COuNTY SUPPLY COsIs- auorpgratvd iifi I Hartford Ker1tuoky = ifi 5 W The Best Girl Habit Why asked her anxious und excited mother do you think he is coming to the point at last Well the maiden replied looking demurely down nt the rug when betook me In his arms and kissed me lust night he sold hed got so used to me ho dldnt believe he could ever break himself ot the habit Fellow Professionals Phrenologist to fellow passengert Excuse the but em I right In taking you for a professional man I FellOw Pastenger Yet sir Phrendloglst- Tbunks Its not often that I wake a mistake In judging my fellow men Erlawyer Fellow lasllenger No- Ir barber The Main Point I am glad to say that lbear no mane grudge nut the point Is this Are you otsur- fltlent Importance to make any man care whether you bear him a grudge or- notChicago RecordHerald OtherRemember my toy there are other things worth while In college besides athletics I know The mandolin and glee clubs arent half bad Louisville Courier3ournalSeed Harvest King Re cleaned and True to Name Harvest King Is smooth head wheat red In color and Is one of themst Popular arletles grown In Kentucky Heads IIIMlum long and wen filled- with short pluptp grain A tine mil ling wheat often scoring ninetyseven 017 more It Is n sure cropper and pro ducEs a large yield thb yield having reached as high as fifty bushels per acre on the Kentucky Experimental Farm at Lexington In year 1900 The quality Is the best I have ever grown While the supply lasts I am offering my crop at 110 per bushel Send In your order early as or ders are coming In fast and the time for sowing Is drawing near Thanking you In advance for your patronage I am yours truly E G AUSTIN 7t4 PrenUs Ky Pay Yo- urTAXES RepreontaUvee olaho Uhbo County ty Sheritfls office will be ni tie following plecee at the times lcated for the p trpose ofusuing tax Te cmpte and You will save tiomhig tot- dce county seat or avoid the neness- lty of a vlett to home byarrang- Ong to sebtie tn thus manner DEPUTY SHERIFF S 0 KEOWN wiU beat the oliowtSplaces Herbert Sept 2 Fordsvllle iBept3 DEPUTY SHERIFF A W BLACK Wilt be At the toUowtng places Narrows Sept5 Trisler Sept a- SbreveSep DavidsonSept 8 forenoon OIaton- tn the afternoon Bede Sept 12 Buford Sept 13 Pleasant Ridge 8ept14- Heflin septn U1TH DiIACK a 0s fd 1 In Bankruptcy ISale court of thee United States for the western district of- Iontucky Owensboro Division In the matter of Zachartah 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 des cribed I n Trustee of said estate wilt on the 19th day ot September A Dn 1910 at one oclock p m at the drug store known ItS the Griffin Itncg Store in Hartford Kentucky offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder the fol lowing described property Said property consists of real and Ilfll tonal property as follows 1 A brick business house and lot oil Center street In lIartrordKymoro- I particularly described ItS follows Be Ing Ii part of lot No 50 beginning at Fred Woerners N EI corner on Fox Alley Now Center street thence N E with Center street 20 feet to W C Chapmans corner noW Barnett Smiths corner thence N W 75 feet thence S W 25 feet thence S E 75 feet to the beginning and be ling thel Same property conveyed to T Griffin by Z W Griffin Sr on January 30th 1879 by deed I recorded In the office of the Clerk of the Ohio County Court In Deed Book No I page 108 and Inherited hy the bankrupt from the said SaUleI T Griffin Also another parcel of ground ad joining 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 Wa 31 feet to corner of Barnett Smiths lot thence N E with their 25 feet to Ap ple Alley thence N With Apple Alley It 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 ton ro W H Miller 85 feet to line ot lot No 49 thence with a line of sold lot S a 42teet to a lot now owned by Barnett thence N E with the line of sale 10tL Woerner and the foregoing lot ro feet to the begin ning and being same property con- veyedI tl SallidyT s Griffin ad above In HORSE Istatedandlnberhed by the said baDktSallie T Griffin j his moth Both together appraised 8t 330000 2 One stock of drugs druggists sundries toilet article palate and other merchandise and the old and Including the fixtures and everything In the drug store except the soda fountain and the belonging theretosuch as ta bles chairs refrigerator charging IlP- paratu8 e appraised at 4266202 3 Soda fountain land Its appurte nauces Including tables chairs refrlg I orator charging apparatus glasses c appraised at 64725 4 One lot of accounts appraised ttt 200OQ one lot of notes appraised at at 10800 one share In Hartford To bacco Warehouse Company stock ap 3500 these to be sold In separate Items and for cash The Trustee will first otter prpoerty described In I 2 and 3 separately he will then otter 2 and 3 together he will then offer 1 2 and 3 togetherand accept the method bringing the most money All of said property except that described In f will be sold pnethlrd cash onethird duo in six months an onethird due In twelve months the purchasers to be required to execute bonds with good security for the deterred payments i from the date of sale arid payable to the Trustee with l1el rat- alned on the property tie additional security An of said property will be sold fre- of liens This August 23rd A Is 1910 ERNEST WOODWARD 6t4 Trustee In Bankruptcy Ohio County The Ohio County Farmers Institute will convene at Hartford September 23 and 24 1910 A large attendance upon the part of the farmers Is urg ed Competent Instructors will bee on hand and everything to soil fertilizer crops etc will be gone over In a thorough manner You con pot afford to miss this meeting sure both days C RANKIN Comr 1 TbeIStat Yndulstdrial Sham Wiridow oocr ttrIIOOOOIaAtt adi t- I iix IG DAyiANDNIGHT THIS YEA Premiums HOWAND HIPPO QfOh1 EIGHTH rtNNtllL prescriptions appurtenances praisedat arlnglnt- erest Farmers Institute pertaining BettJltend W3Dooo ttlslss Lion ess tNit FDICWOhtSNATZIWLQANfSIs 1 It1Nsik1ILPI ffWI NL 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