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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I l f I fJ Lp f UqniblicanA1 Fine job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEQPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year10 VOL XYIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY RIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1910 No8t NOMINATE l DRJJ OADDIE M Republican Convention a Lebanon Harmonious Strong Resolutions Favoring Na tional Administration at Washington a1 The Republican convention for th Fourth Congressional District met in Lebanon last Monday afternoon and nominated Dr D W Caddie of La rue county for Congress without op position The convention was well at tended and enthusiastic In the ab sence of chairman M L Heavrin 11r1nheld Mr Heavrlns proxy Hon Scott Proctor of Grayson County was temporary chairman and W S Tinsley of Ohio County served as per manent chairman Both made brief but pointed speeches thet chair Shruman Ball of BrecklnrldgeII County acted as I George W Long was chairman of the committee on resolutions which made up with one member from eachI county Mr R B Martin from Ohio County After adopting the convention 1 adjournedIcon i vention assembled renew our declara tion of allegiance to the organized Republican party and our devotion to V Its principles and policies as enunciated by its National Conventions and carried Into effect by Its ad ministrations and Congresses 2 We heartily endorse the wise conserYaUveflnu and progressive ad ministration of President Taftand vthe wholesome Just and useful laws passed by the Sixtyfirst Congress 3 We crdlally endorse the able energetic and effective work of Sen ator Wm O Bradley He has accomplished in the Sixtyfirst Congress more real substantial good for the people of Kentucky and the South than had been done for a generation before 4 We earnestlyy endorse the ad ministration of Governor Willson and those associated with him In admin istration work 5 We condemn the Democratic party In Kentucky for its failure to pass efficient laws for the control of corporations and the suppression of harmful trusts and for Its utter fail ure to execute with vigor the feeble laws upon these subjects which it has placed upon the Statutes a 6 We stand by the American doctrine r of Protection by Which the r American markets have been preserved to the American producer and the goods of foreign countries made by underpaid labor have been forced to pay for their entrance Jnto compe titian which the products of the Ameri can workingman The principles of protection and the aruesUon of wages are inseparably bound together In this = country andare fundamental the ques tlon of schedules is a varying one We favor such changes in the indl VIdual schedules of the present tariff as may be ascertained to be right by I the scientific investigation to be made by the Tariff Commission authorized by Congress Such changes tp be made asthe facts relating to the various schedules are ascertained to the end that a tariff may be constructed upon scientific principles founded upon ascertained facts 7 We call the attention ot labor ing men to the fact that since the resumption of a ucla payments in 1879 the wages of bricklayers have advanced In different sections 180 to 250 cent that those of carpenters 4base advanced 212 to 233 per cent that wages of painters have advanced 1 L9 to 157 percent that those of plasterers have advanced 175 to 300 laperborers have advanced 65 to 140 percent and other laborers in like pro prilori V 8 We call the attention of labor ing men and others to the article in the CourierJournal of August 21st i 1910 sbowt r that farmhands in JI iZ h India receive Lit three cents b a day IA wi A S A wk1aIY and that men In cottonmills there are paid only 20 cents a day and also to a recent article by the same author In which he shows that cot tonmill hands in Japan are paid from 11 to 30 cents a day and to ask if the people of the United States ore latby men at these starvation wages Into open competition with goods made by American labor 9 We submit the following com parison of results under Democratic laws and administration and under Republican laws and admlnlstrafioa Farm animals January 1 1893 at the close of Harrisons administration were worth 12483506681 while on January 1 1897 at the close of wereeworth 11655414612 a loss of 828 092069 In four years of Democratic rule On January 1 1910 they were worth 15138486000 an Increase of 3483071388 in thirteen years of Republican control On July 1 1892 Just before 110 Cleveelands electionmedlum wool Eastern markets was worth 34 cents a puond on July 1 1896 Just before McKinley was elected this marI a Ion July 1 1909 the same grade of wool on the same market brought 40 cents a pound a gain of 22 cents or more than double the Democratic- I prices The interest bearing debt of the 111 States July 1 1893 was while on July 1 1897 ItI amounted to 847365130 an increase of 262328030 during a time of peace and when no great public Im provement was under way The In Continued on Eighth Page S SS OPENS ONDER- FAVORABLE CONDITIONS Many Patrons and Visitors Pres ent At College Monday The 31st annal opening of Hartford college and Ohio County High School took place last Monday morning un der most favorable conditions Be sides an unusually large attendance of pupils many of the patrons both ladies and gentlemen were present to add their influence for the good of the school Prof Halley E Brown is a new man at the helm but he has served many important positions as an educator and last year was vice president and principal of the High School Prof Smith thee new vice President and principal of the High School is a well known educator and has made a splendid reputation in Western Kentucky Miss Winona Stevent Is a new member of the facul ty a graduate of Georgetown College and a young woman of rare enter tainments and charming personality The teachers in the lower grades were all reelected Revs Bruner and Elgin lead in devotional exercises af ter which president Brown and vice president Smith each pledged their untiring efforts to the upbuilding of Hartford College The Board of Edu cation was represented by chairman Glenn who made a brief address on behalf of the Board Supt Leach weslIdentbe present each delivered forceful talks along educational lines Mrs Glenn wife of the chairman of the Idepartmentto the one in that department doing the best work during the year Quite a number of students from out of town are enrolled already In the High School and Collegiate departments an4 many more are expected e Special Notice or any persons having claims IAll the estate of the late L F condc must have them properly proven and presented to me at my office In Hartford Ky on or before October the 16ilv 1910or they will be forever barred All persons know ing themselves Indebted to the deceased by note account or any other way must settle at once E T WILLIAMS 8t4 Executor of L F Condlct 1 ei4 a DISCHARGED WITHOUT BOND Judge Wedding Did Not Believe Young Was Guilty The examining trial of Herman Young charged with killing T K Bowles on a derrick boat Green Rlveran account of which tip peared in the Republican last week was held before his Honor Judge R R WeddlrigSaturday and was conclud led Monday afternoon The Common I wealth was represented by County Attorney C E Smith and attorneys a Heavrin Hoodward while the de tense was represented by attorneys C M Barnett G B Likens and Coun ty Attorney J A Logan of Edmon son County Every inch of ground was sharply contested throughout th trial and strong speeches were made at the conclusion of the evidence by attorneys Barnett Smith Likens and Heavrin Judge Weddin announced at the close that he did not believe the evidence would warrant an indictment by the Grand Jury nor did he believe that a con viction could be had before any Ohio County jury in Circuit Court How ever upon a plea of the attorneys for the prosecution that they could nc secure a return of the witnesses from a different state Judge Wedding al lowed Young to go on his own bond in the sum of 100 which amounted practically to a dismissal of the case Only two eye witnesses to the tragedy were present and they both testified that Bowles came on the derrick boat where Young was in charge of the hoisting engine and complained that he Young should do his work In u different manner whereupon Young contended that he was doing the best he could with the machine and Bow les shook his fist under Youngs nose and then shoved him back on a pile of coal Young then ordereed Bow les off the derrick boat whereupon Bowles advanced toward him with his fist raised In a threatening man ner when Young secured a club which was lying on or near the coal pile and struck Bowls on the head from the effects of which he died a few hours later The two wit nesses for the Commonwealth also both swore that Bowles reputation for peace and quietude was bad Several other witnesses swore that his reputation for peace and quietude was good but some of them admitted on cross examination that some said one way and some said another Young Is only twenty years old and is a much smaller man than the evidence showed Bowles to be Minntes Ready The minutes of the Ohio County Mis sionary Baptist Association are ready for distribution at this office and we are requested by secretary Tich onor to ask the representatives of the various churches to call here for them as soom as possible Remembered on His Birthday Rev GJ Bean was very happily surprised last Tuesday evening up Ion returning to his home which Is the residence of his eonlnlaw Mr J H B Carson to find between forty and fifty of his children grand children and great grand children assemble with well laden baskets and j table already spread to help him celebrate his 87th birthday He had been kept away from the house all1 anothIerget restless and finally announced that it was time to go home as It was almost night When he got in sight of the residence and saw the largo assemblage of his decendants he said well they tricked me Not withstand his great age he entered Into the spirit of the occasion and was greatly pleased with it AH of his living children were present and almost all of his grand children and great grand children Bro Bean has lived a very useful life and one of great activity and no man who ever lived In our town or country com mands greateiurespect for his loyalty nl1tyn t a 1 I ripe oldaie r s SEND DELEGATESTO LEBANON Ohio County Republicans Pass Strong Resolutions At a meeetlng of the Republicans MassnCounty Ky on Saturday Sep tember the 3rd 1910 called for the purpose of selecting Delegates to Uie Fourth Congressional District Conven tion which meets at Lebanon Ken tacky on September bah 10 for the purpose of nominating a Republican Candidate for Congress from said District to be Voted for at the Regu lar November 1910 election the fol lowing was had towit The Convention was called to order Coeand after read ing the call for said Convention the chairman announced that the first in Chairmangover upon on motion C P Keeown was unanimously elected Chairman The chair then announced that the election of a Secretary was In order Whereupon Roscoe Render was placed in nomination for secretary and the det as Secretary- On motion the Chairman then appointed the following named persons as a Committee on resolutions viz J M DeWeese R B Martin H B Brown E P Taylor and Marvin Black the fololwlng was the report of Committee on resolutions which retort was unanimously adopted Be it resolved by the Republicans of Ohio County Ky in Mass Conven tloned assembled First That we approve the call of this Convention and the call of the Convention to beheld at LeJiaiion Ky on September fith 1910 for the purpose of nominating a Republican Candidate for Congress to be voted for at the regular Election November the 8th 1910 In said 4th Congressional District Second We endorse the able administration of President Taft and the Republican principles as laid down In the Platform adopted at the last Na tional Convention at Chicago In 190S Third We endorse the wise admin istrartlon of Governor A E Will son and his noble efforts in running the State affairs against a solid De mocratic Legislature Fourth We further endorse the noble work and efficient service of our U S Senator W O Bradley Fifth We desire to place the name of the Honorable C M Barnett before the District Convention as the most suitable man for the nomination for Congress from the 4th Congressional District and we instruct the delega tion from Ohio County to use all honoarble means to secure his nomi nationSixth That the following named persons be and they are hereby appointed as delegates to represent this County In said District Convention I and they are hereby instructed to cast the entire vote of the County as I a unit on all questions coming before said District Convention C M Bar nett M L Heavrin R B Martin Cal P Keown Roscoe Render Marvin Black H E Brown E P Taylor J M DeWeese L D Bennett B S Oiiamberlin W D Morris Amos Slack O R Tlnsley Henry Leach Sam Leach R R Wedding T H Black S A Anderson E G Barrass S A EIBernard Felix O W Brown W B Taylor J Thomas Allen Frank Black LIIIans county IThere being ho further business the convention adjourned C P KEOWN Chmn ROSCOE RENDER Secy County Court Will Day The regular term of County Court Monday might reasonably be termed will day as there were seven wills offered for probate during the days session The will of L F Condit was the first offered and after hear- Ing the evidence of the attesting witnesses Dr E B Pendleton and E T Williams the will was order J ed to record He names Mrs L E Potter and Miss Sadie Hendrix I U Messrs L H Condit Harve Condit Tilden and Clarence Taylor W F Condit and Mrs Mattie Taylor as his beneficiaries Mr E T Williams was named executor The will of Mr Louis Gunther was then offered and after hearing the evidence of the attesting witnesses was ordered to record His two daughters Misses Henrietta and Maggl Gunther are named as the bene ficiaries and likewise as executrices Tho will of the late J C Park was offered and after hearing the evi dence of the attesting witnesses Dr E W Ford and E W Woodward the will was ordered to record Mr J A C Park Miss Emma Park were nam ed as beneficiaries and his other heirs to share In the remainder of the estate as provided by the sta tute Mr J A C Park was named as executorThe of Alvin Marlow was then offered and after hearing the evidence of the attesting witnesses was ordered to record His surviving wife Bertha Marlow was named as sole beneficiary and was likewise named as executrix The will of Augustus a Keene was then offered and after hearing th evidence of the attesting witnesses was ordered to record His wife was named as sole beneficiary The will of Harrletta Weller In other words a paper purporting to be her will was offered but as same was not witnessed It could not be probated It was however recorded as the agreement of the heirs as to the distribution of the estate FOR THE BUSY READER Vice President Elias Fernandez Al bano acting President of Chiledled at Santiago from an attack of heart failure Milton Smith Jr will be promoted to the office of assistant gener al passenger agent of the Louisville Nashville railroad A robber killed a flagman and held up four passengers on a Pullman car of a Burlington tarln In the railroad yards in St Louis Tuesday night J C Sprelght was nominated for the Appellate Court bench by the First Republican district convention at Princeton He will oppose T J Nunn the Democratic nominee The South obtained more money for cotton during the past season than ever before In its history The money value of the crop not including cot tonseed products amounted to 778 894093 The general strike declared Sun day by the committee of the Work mens Federation was tailed off at Barcelona because of the failure of BilbaohandS Solicitor General Lloyd Bowers ald to be favored by President Taft for a place on the Supreme bench Is ill at the Touraine Hotel In Boston He is said to be recovering from an attack of bronchitis S The drys won in the local op VaIby1908Ia Successful Meeting Closed- I closed on Aug 29th a fine meet ing at Williams Mines one of the best meetings I have had in my four years ministry We had a crowded house from the first night and the revival broke out the first night one soul saved at the first service and God blessed us with a good revival For ty seven converted and thirtysix Join ed the church Bless His Holy Name Thee Pastor was assisted by Brother Rosnson who makes his homo at the Mines Bro Robinson is fine help he worked faithfully The church at that place Is In good condition wo have ninetyone mambers at that place and most all pray In public and testify to Gods saving grace They also ask for the pastor return next year Our conference convenes at Palntavllla this year The Beaver Dam charge has Increased In membership this year over fifty I ask the readers of this paper to pray for the pastor that he may bo a soul winder for Christ R T HARPER pastor In charge a LON6YORTIIISDEFENDED Mr Thomas Thinks He Was Right Cannon Had Outlived His Day of UsefulnessShould Have Withdrawn Editor Rcpubllcanl have no In tentlou of provoking a political controversy with so orthodox Republi can newspaper as the Hartford Repub lican but your criticism in the ed itorial columns of your paper last week of Nicholas Longworths des laration that he would not support uncle Joe Cannon for reelection to the speakershlp was confined too closely to the purely personal tea tures of the case Your comment that gratitude was a factor almost whol ly wanting among politicians was Justly made but In Mr Longworths declaration involving as It did go much of the welfare of the Repub lican party and the nation the personal equation Is negligible Speaker Cannon was the product of a system the American people have outgrown The Republican party was demanding an assurance that Cannon would ba relegated to the ranks Mr Cannon was unable to see this or too proud to accept it hence the declaration must come from some one high in the councils of the party Mr LOngworth by reason of a close family relation ship with the most eminent Republic an leader of the nation was one mem ber of the house whose voice would be heard all round the circle of states and it was for this purpose rather than from any anxiety about his own reelection which IB assured that he made the declaration Speaker Cannon has only his own stupidity or perversity to blame for the humllltatlng Longworth interview The House of Representatives had given him a vote of no confidence and he oweed It to the partly that had honored him to withdraw from the race without embarrassing his party with forcing it Senator Aldrich more astute than Cannon saw tho storm brewing and galantlyy reefed his sail Cannon and Aldrich have outlin ed their day Old men do not read ily adapt themselves to moral and industrial revolutions so radical as those now taking place In the United StatesMr Longworth has done his par ty a distinguished service and if he Is sacriflslng a benefactor to serve the highest interests of his party and his country the public will ap plaud I should as soon follow the lead of Canon and Aldrich as that of LaFollette and Cummings These stand for the extremes of the Republican party each partly right and partly wrong Between them arn Roosevelt and Taft and the masses of the American people demanding a Just measure of restraint but not the total destruction of the old order of thingsIt to voice the policy of these rather than to express a personal feeling that Longworth spoke and those must take the responsibility for his utterance- J H THOMAS Narrows Ky OAK GROVE Sept GTho Maccabees picnic at the grove was largely attended Sat urdayMr John Keown and wife Select visited his brother Mr N H Keown SundayAfter the picnic was over the young people met in Mr Wlnson Smiths hadIgoodIMr John Smith is contemplating going to Mattoon 111 in the near future on a few days visit Mr Earl Smith has bought a farm from Mr Wing Consideration 565 The public school is getting along nicely under the managetnecnt of Miss Rock W Smith returned Sunday to Mc Henry where he is at work building some houses y FffiuTINh tHE- FOREST FIRES s How Can Great Loss b Prevented Promptness in Reaching Confla gation and Skill in Fighting Very Important OWctals of the U S Departmen of Agriculture are of the opinion that 1910 will hold the record among man years for the severity of the los I from forest fires The summer ftr ii followed a spring season believed have been the worst certainly In e Lake States known for a long time Nor II It wise to assume that the danger Is over when the fierce conflagrations which have called forth In the Mountain States the shorts o three Federsi Departments have I conquered The forests will not b sate until the fall raffia and snow Lave once more made a wet blankft f the dry forest floor That the total fusses of the year will run up to many millions or dollars is oonstd- e7ed certain How sash fosses may be prerdtal tltd J a matter of general concern To the Natloaal oor4tlOt timber burned roust he adder grf amounts on State and private hold dings betides the immense damaz done to town farm and other property RaliroadH have suffered from th lntorruptlon of traffic as well all from dirt loses A IJulieUn by ForWiter Henry S Gravaxs discusses forest fires arid the proper methods of preventyn and fighting them as follows In some sections or the countr forest fires have always boon of sue common oceurrunce that there Is a JoOJlUlar notion that they can not hI- JlrlVfDttd The risk tmlll fires can never be entirely ollrnlnatd for In the forest there Is always Inflanllna- hi material which Is very easily lg- nltxd They may however he largely prevented and under etflclunt or Juulzatloll their damage may he kep down to a very small amount Th problem Is like that In clthfl whore nrfS can never lie entirely ellmlna- tJ but where the rlk of loss to pro potty may be reducxed almost to insignificance Thu mot tncec ot systernatlc pro vlllvm for the early dlacavery or tlr and for getting a properly IUIilOfJ force of fire fighters quickly to tscene ot nn outllrtlUk Is Insisted upon by Forester Graves A careful supervision or patrol during the dry ssssun he says Is ono ot tho roost Important mieasures In organize fOllJlolt protection One of tiro fun darnonUII prlnclpldss In fire protec lion is to detect and attack flrlIi II their inelphwcy After prolnting ou the value of lookouts tolllllOno or signal cOllllllunlcatln and rruthols of patrol the Forester tall s how to fight flrH us follows The principlesi or fighting forest fires are oesontially the carne us those rcognlzal In righting fires In fires are rrrsentlally till samo ad- cIU8 The following are ot first 111- 1JlOrumce 1 Quick arrival at the tire 2 un ado +luate force 3 proper lulllrnmt t a thorough or Wmlrtloll fit thu fighting crew and r skill In attacking and fighting urns Quick access to flris Is ac Cornpllshevl through Vie work of sup crvlslon and parul In dlllCOorlng liras before they IIao gained much llladwuy and Iy a well developed system fit llllunlratloll trough tho- forrlit by roads and triads lIov1fro11be reached fl is lmgortant to secure nn arllolulIto forco ot then and to got them to the fire quickly In n well organized aystem ot patrol the guard who dlllCoverll a Urn connmwnicates quickly to other guards and to headquarters by tfJllllhollll signal or otllHr moans and Indicates the number ot men he noxLi The eftlcksney ot the fire fight- Ing crew drIIelldtJ very largely on their skill and experience and particularly on the skill and uXllerlunco- Df the man dlrecUng tile work Jl Is not only a question of knowledge of how to assign each moan whoro his work will bu moao effective but there must bu judgment exorclll In determining the general method of attack Thu character ot the Ire the character of the forest the condition of the atmosphere the strength and direction of Ue wind the nrilldl ty with which the fire Is running and many other polnta have to be taken Into consideration Aflur describing how surface free may be put out by beating by throwing sand or loose earth and by other methods the account goes on Sometimes the front of the tIre Is r so tierce that it is tmpoNlble to- meet It directly One method under ftC tlrc =tOR Is to direct the course of the fire The attack Is made on the sides near the front separating the forward portion of the fire from the main wings A part of anderun wings The front of the tire attaCked from the sides Is tore graduallY and constantly Into a narrower ath Usually the front can be directed toward some cleared space road pond 1 stream swamp or fire line when It will t checked enough to admit of a direct front attack Sometimes by this plan the front may be rap narrowed working from the extlIngulshed The plan of giving dl hyoften bees successfully tattled ou when the fighting crew Is too small tofor a direct attack When free gain such head war that It Is Imlossibl a to stop them b3 direct attack no matter how numer ous and efficient the crew or coat plete the euipment for lighting backfiring become the only means of titollI ping the tire It should however I e used only when It Is absolutely necessary One of the commonest mistakes In fighting fires Is to OerCA- tlmate the rapiditY of the tire and th difficulty of putting It out A forest fire is always a rrlhtnlng spectacle particularly it It Is sweeping In the direction of ones own propen eMen often become excited and start back flees when It Iii entirely finn e lat1olnt deliberately burning over pro expert When this belpngs to anothe- person sad ones own forest seansln- e danger there is a great temptation to sacrifice It If It Is found that a balk tire Is netiesary a favorable polnt Is se lected directly la front of the tire from which to art the new tire This toha tire Une strum or swamp The leaves are ignited at iolnts five to a rot apart for a distance not greater than the estimated width of the head of the tire These small tires gradu ally meet and form a continuous line eating back agalllJt the wInd Apart or tlllj crew Is stationed across the road or other break from which thee hack fire Is started and put out at once Ult somli fires which may rosult from the sparks blown over from the Lack tire The merging of the two tires stops at one the hood ot the main Ire It Is usually possible then to attack methodis necerosary tack the wings at once particularly If there is a strong wind for otherwise each wing of the old tire would soon Corm all independent fire with a welldeveluped head It Is neces ears also that a number of men b stationed where the original Ire and the back fire rtJeet la order to ex topstA fire Is never out the bulletins concludes until the last spark Is extingulsbryl Often a lug or will smoulder unnoticed after the flam have apparently been conquered only to hroolt out afresh with II rising wind After the flrffflghtlng crew has left the ground It is always well to assign at least one rasa to patrol the odgPi of the burned area until It Is certain that the fire Is entirely out This may not bo for several days An Awful Eruption of a volcano excites brief Interest and your Interest In skin eruptions will he as short If you use Duck ions Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even tie worst bolls ulsurs or ever sores are soon heal by It Best for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chapped hands Chilblains and Piles It gives instant relief 2Cc at all drug gists nl Where America Leads Robert Herrick all author praised In an IIflerdlnner speceh In Chicago the phllanthrupby of the AmerIcan millionaIreOur with all theIr fault lie said are lu their charities the most liberal men In the world We should be glad that no American ash lonallie preacher can say of hIs rich parishioners what I once heard a Lon don fashIonable preacher say from the pulpit very bitterly Our upper classes the preacher sneered dont give acccording to their means but according to their meow floss Cheap Clubbing Rates We have mado an arrangement wlti the publishers of the Inland Farmer of Loulsvlllo wpereby we ore enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year fur 160 The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour cal and one of tha beat lama papers published In the United stew Our readers should take advantage of this offer U r1 teel WONDERFUL I AUfORNIAtHILDI Speaks Eight Languages at j Eight Years of Age Mother Started Training Child When Only A Baby and Made Play Work A San Francisco dispat- csaysCherle can speak only English French Spanish Latin and Es eighttyearold Wlnlfr Stoner onlylthoseIn them She can also speak Japa nese Russian German Polish an Italian to the extent that she can car 17 on a conversation In them but she cant think In them While Sirs Stoner was talking the child played about her home at No 465 lellIe street Palo Alto talk Ing to her dolls risking from room roomelike any healthy child of eight with but one language to Its credit Little Cherie Stoner Is William James Sldis only rival In Infantllf precocity and the sole reason that her fame Is not yet so great as hi Is that she Is but eight years old while he Is twelve The girt prodigy inrPalo Alto and will be to SldlSlIsot a with a stock of tongues In her head that surpasses the vocabulary of the most assiduous savants lIut she Is a poet and has published a book ot her verses She Is a reader of the classics and would be perfectly at home at Dr Elllotts fivefoot shell of books If she were tall enough reach up to the towIHer advancement said he I mother yesterday Is not due t anything but the way In which she was educated 1 began with her when she was three weeks old de- eloplng her both mentally and theIthatlwasJames Sidle the Boston ladeI started from the first to teach tIle tastesand to improve her mind I do not have her show off and I know that she Is liS normal asany other child of the same age but I would like to have her work known for the benefit of other kiddies for any child may be sameeprobable result The seecret la to make their training play for them The fathre of little Cherie asher mother calls little Winifred Is Col J D Stoner of the United States marine hospital service at present In command of the United States TownsendeWash Jt was from Port Townsend that the mother and child came to Palo Alto In search ot a better climate The mother Is a daughter of Lord Sackvllle West British ambas sador to the United States during one of Clevel1nds administrations Mrs Stoner Is president of the Wom ens Esperanto association of North America and Is an authority on Es peranto She also has trained her small daughter to speak the lIn- gulsUo panacea and little Cherie not only speaks the language but writes poems In It The girt of verse Is one of the childs most remarkable charms It was as a reciter of her own verses that the child first appealed to a World reporter today at her mothers home In Palo Alto Wini thebashtullllC88to the room half concealed behind her mothers skirts She appeared to be a bit larger than children of eight usually are Her eyes shone big and brown She wore a simple checked pinafore and a dainty gold chain and locket about her throat She had white stockings and sandals on her substantial little feet and she was not still fQr a moment The book of Jingles whIch MIss Winifred Sackvllle Stoner pUblished at the ago of six Is a look of 52- pagea and nearly 100 selections Throughout the country college professors and educators have taken the utmost Interest In little Cheries development Proto George Maclos kle of Princeton unIversity has studied her and not only that but shared the honors with the child at a recital at the Esperanto congress at Chautauqua N Y when the little miss was seven years of age the Road to Matrimony UJs no surprise to learn that plaln faced clshlers are so extremely rare la SL Louie that hey asset be ad verlIaed for and theo Lsive- n tor theadvertlsemeat Is that lve cashiers have been married from behind the desk In the past twelve months and that the advertising venture is a desperate effort to reduce this constant procession of trained helpers to the hymneal altar It seems a useless attempt for the attractive charms of cashiers are In no way confined to mere faultless featurejEveryor less generous capital In the lists of sentiment and eery girl Is surej to be some mans better halt it fortunate enough to find her and eyeah for women maidens faIr do not feel any Impulsion of haste In choosing The man who persuades a selttrupportlng young woman to marry him ought to- feel flattered While we sympathize deeply with keepdfrom Monday until Saturday on ac count of the matrimonial raids of nice likely looking men we can scarcely help from uttering three cheer In which we feel confident we shall be JoIned and reenrorced by numerous worthy citizens who have flats to rentJust suited to the requirements or young married couples Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot earsIs only one way to cure ness md that Is by deaf1 medics Deafness Is caused mueuousdlining of the Eustachian this tube Is Inflamed you have aI rumbling sound or Imperfect hear Ing and when It Is entirely closed deafness Is the result and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its norms con dition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but emucuoustosurfacese give One Hundred Dollars byrcatarrh that cannot bt cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free F J CHENEY 8 CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists iCic Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m fAfraid of Being Victimized Edward H R Green the son of the richest woman In the world Is a bachelor The reason why I am a bachelor said Mr Green to a St LouIs repor ter Is that Im so big that I cant disguise myself sufficiently to pose as a poor man In my own person Im afraid of being married for the wrong reason Im afraId lest like Ule lady with the doughnuts I may be the vIctim of ulterlar and Insulting motives The lady I refer to after assIst- Ing a tramp received another visit an hour later from the same man Madam he said you gave me three doughnuts a while back Would you mind addIng another one to make It fourGladly saId the lady all smiles and she wrapped a doughnut In a news paper and handed It to him So you like my doughnuts do you No madam It Isnt that saId the tramp me and some friends down In the holler wants to have a game of quoits Stubborn as Mules are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause Then theres troubleLoss of Appetite Indigestion Nervousness Despondency Headache But such trouble fly be fore Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best Stomach and Liver remedy So easy lGc at all druggists In In Time oTrovble Representative Dudley M Hughes of the Third GeorgIa District Is a farm er In addition to being a statesman Recently when he was at home Mr Hughes rooolved an urgent tall to go to tho Police StatIon In Macon When he arrived Mr Hughes found that one of his colored laborers had tem porary quarters there says the Sat urday Evening Post The negro was very penitent and very anxious to get out Mmrse Dud he saId youse or deekln In de White Daptls Church alntorT Yes Sam An yer knows Is er deekln de Cullud l3aptis Church dont per Mars Dud Yes Sam but what has thIs to do with your present trouble Well I jis wanter say die MarseI Dud dat hits time ferua dooklns tIsUck tergerterl- A Children CyIFOR FLETCHEWS CASTORIAl fSEND YOUR BOY TO J- t Matheny Batts IE Vanderbilt Training i- It 2 School ELKTON KENTUCKY tt tA limited select school COlt trained teachers i from more than thirty towns in f Kentucky and from six Southernr d5fI-Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sur 1It roundings excellent No saloons Extremely healthful location 3 i 000 spent on improvements this r summer 4We take boys from 12 years ot so Ifyou want your boy carefully L trained send him to us and send youngI of the 1 school opens Sept 7 44 Write for illustrated Catalogue i Address All Communications to i MATHENY BATTS 4Prirncipa1 Ju Kentucky State Fair Notes Five of the Worlds fastest pacers will be the added attraction at the Kentucky State Fair which begins In Louisville on Monday Sep tember 12 The Fair management was able to secure the attraction for only one day Saturday the closing day of the Fair Dan Patch with a record of 165 Hlnor Heir 15911 George Gano 20334 Hedgewood Boy 20214 and Lady Maud C 20212 are the monarchs of the turf who will be seen together on Kentuckys soil for the first time Dan Patch and Hlnor Heir will be driven as a team against time It Is possible the horse will also remaIn over Saturday nIght and be exhibited at the closIng night horse show- S Entries have come In to the Ken tucky State FaIr earlier and In grsit er number than ever before ThIs Is taken by the management as a posI tive indication that the Eight Annual Exhibition which la to be gIven In Louisville the week of September 42 will break all records from an ex hibIt standpoint Every department of the FaIr Is already well filled with high class entries and the numbers being Increased dally The best State Fair ever held South of the Ohio river Is assured Wednesday September 14 will be ono of the banner dayS of the Ken tucky State Fair A reception In honor of Kentucky men from every section of the Commonwealth have sIgnified their intention of being present Although Kentucky Day has been scheduled for the day following the InauguratIon of the day for Kentucky statesmen exclusively Is expected to mean two full days dedicated to the citizens of Kentucky general ly Inatatiolrs have been sent out to members of the Leglslaturo the InCongrFStateprominent In public me Pioneer Days In Kentucky Is the title under which a monster open air drama will be presented each night of the Kentucky State t Fall 121andJastsfamous works expert for this elaborate apectacle It l plan ned to make a Plon er Days InI Kentucky a grand historical pageant as well as an entrancing Ike- f 1 r works exhibition The special rail road rates made for State Fair week and the facilities offered by Louis v111es hundreds of hotels and board Ing houses will make Is possible for visitors to enjoy an economIcal excursion to LouIsville attendIng the Fair both days and night- S Entries In the horse show whIch Is to be repeated thIs year as a nightly feature of the Kentucky State FaIr Include the most promInent show animals In America Every class ex hibited In the winter shows will be seen and the number of horses al ready entered Indicates that the exhibition will prove a record breaker The night horse show was first In troduced at the Kentucky State FaIr last year and made an Instantaneous hit The SUCCC6SS of that occasion has ccaused the FaIr management to devote extra energies to this feature of the blgshow this year and the attraction will be one worth as over night stay In the State metropolis Excursion rates have been announced onalt railroads covering State FaIr week whIch begIns September 12 and closes September 17 round- trip one tare plus 25 cents J To cUre LaOdppe cad colds is Z4 hours take QUICKSCold and LaOrippe CTABLBTS1Pr- If yterarsaflst does set keep tbte seel Z5c G J C Meadenhall Medicine Co hunllleld and get them post paid Guaranteed What the Label Said Paintings were not her specialty but as she gazed at a beautiful copy of Millets Gleaners her admiration of the work called forth enthusiastic comment What a wonderful pIcture she exclaimed And how natural it looks But what are those people doing she Inquired as she bent nearer to read the title Oh yes I see gleaning millet How perfectly faecln- atInglYouths CompanIon Course Isgriculture The Western Kentucky Baste Normal achoo offers a proloal COW1f6 EculAuredemonatmatloa a on school farm Teachers will bays an oppot1tUlrity to prepare for toi- IS the aubJee Groat opportunkllee offered Young men who expect to OouvaebeginsmaUtoa AddresH HChEldent BowlklC GrenKy 1- t tJr Ijo it ff THE COURT r IS SHOCKED Disclosure Brought Ont In TaylorGrogg Casey Judge Birkhead Refuses to Cat cel Deed on Insanity Plea Ir I Judge BIrkhead handed down a deI clslan on Saturday In the case of Clay Taylor against J H Grogg and others pending to the Ohio circuit court In which there Is a partial victory for the defendants The suit was brought to set aside and have cancelled a deed to 424 acres of land In Ohio county upon the grounds that at the time the deed was made the plaintiff was mentally Incapacitated and also upon the grounds of a fail ure of consideration upon the idea that the stock In a certain coal com 4 pany which was to be taken as part payment of the land would sell on the market at par value The opinion shoals that Judge Birkhead has given this case considerable thought and ho says the plea ot Insanity of the plaintiff Is not sustained and 1 lie refuses to order the contracts cancelled The court however says that there has begn a failure In the consideration and directs that the defendants pay the plaintiff the suns of 53333 or have the Green River Coal Mining company to deliver to the plaintiff 3200 more stock In the corporation Judge Blrlhead In his opinion says that the situation dis closed by the record shocks the court The opinion In full Is as follows This suit was brought by the plaintiff In which he seeks by the prayer ot his petition to cancel two deeds made by himself and wire to a tract of land containing 4246 acres One of the deeds Is conveying the mineral rights and the other the surfacee of the land The deeds are dated In 1907 and he seeks to have them can t celled on two grounds First a men tal Incapacity to make the deed and bind himself thereby and second on the ground that the defendants practiced a fraud on him In securing the 1 deed The tract of land lIes on the north bank of Green river In Ohio county and seems to have some fine keyLback from the river As to the first ground the mental Incapacity on the part of the Plain till to make the deed and bind him self thereby I have read a second time a large part of the evidence In this record carrying In my mind this charge In the petition and I am inclined to the opinion that taking his own evidence as Indicating his mental condition that this court Is bound to conclude that he Is a man of reasonably good sense that Is he answers the questions with reasonable intelligence and seems to un derstand them and his answers are responsive to the questions In most every instance so on this ground I think the plaintiff must fall On the seccond ground that he was deceiv ed and misled by the stutemenet of the defendants Dudley and Grogg that the value of the stock In the Green River Coal Mining company a corporation organized In part by the detendntas Dudley and Grogg guaranteed to be worth par on the market when It was issued The corporation defendant Green River Coal Mining company seems to have been capitalized at 1500000 There has been about jOOOO of the cap Ital stock paid lu as I gather Together with the plaintiffs land It seems that the defendants Dud IJey and Grogg has about 7522 acres of mineral land all of which they seem to have turned over i the defendant company 1 Incline to the opinion that the court cannot cancel the deed made by the plaintiffs to the defendants Dudley and Grogg because It has been conveyed by them to a third person I Incline further to the opln lon thpugh with some doubt that ihd pTaTnUt being n confiding man as I gather from this record has Itatccd with too much confidence to the statements mudtl bY A booster representative of the defendants Dudley and Grogg In the purchase of- this land It Is reasonablY clear to my mind that the plaintiff was to receive 4000 in htor the mtn eraland surface of his land and the residue of It he was to take In stock In the corporation to be organized and It Is reasonably clear In wJ mind that he should receive a fair vaiua J tionIn the stock for the land which he actually conveyed to them I thlpk the court places a fah estimate on the value of this falae from Ute evidence wkeel1e axes they i t M i r r xrca entire value at 9000 Including the mineral Deducting therefrom 4000 which I gather from the record the defendants have paidd on the mortgage debt of the plaintiff and IIJ cash would leave 5000 that he ought to receive in sfock estimated at Its fair market value oplnIIanfendants Dudley and Grogg bought at from iOO to 800 per acre for the mineral was traded Into the corporation at 500 per acre perhaps to be taken In stock by them In a large measure The Sand Itself at 5000 per acre would probably be 355 000 at that price So the capital stock of the corporation being 1500000 which Is practically four times the value of the land which was trans ferred but I presume the corporation will sell the difference between 355000 the value of the coal land and the 1500000 for cash or It will be treasury stock so It seems that the defendants Dudley and Grog have put this mineral right Into the corporation at something like seven times the price they paid for It or to be more liberal to them say six times the price they paid for It so this stock I tale It would be worth 16 23 cents to the dollar fig ured on that basis It the plaintiff was to receive pay for the excess over 4000 In stock of the corporation to be organized then he ought to receive a fair equivalent for Its 5000 the balance unpaid In the value of the stock Figuring 5000 to be paid In stock at 1623 cents to the dollar would require 30000 In stock worth 1623- cents on the dollar to pay the debt It seems that the plaintiff has already received 26800 In stock of this corporation So It these figures are correct the defendants Dudley and Grogg would be required to have Its codefendant the lreen River Coal Mining company to deliver to the plaintiff 3200 more In stock of the corporation the Green River Coal Mining company Upon their failure to do that the court would adjudge him a lien on the surface of the tract that he sold for 53333 From my rending of this record I gather that the defendants Dudley and Grogg still own the surface of this plaintiffs tract of land and to that extent r am of the opinion that the consideration which the plaintiff has received has failed or In other words that the true consideration of 9000 the fair value of this farm has not been paid In full that there Is still due him the above sum That being the courts conclusion the court can adjudge this sum a lien on the surface of the tract of land and or der It enforced But as mentioned above I think It was the understand Ing that the plaintiff was to accept all In excess of 4000 In stock of the corporation and the defendants Dud ley and Grogg within a reasonable time say before December 1 1910 shan deliver to him 3200 more In the stock of the Green River Coal Mining company Then this matter can be finally ended In this court If they do not by that time then the court can by future order enforce a lIen on It for the 53333 The record In this case contains over a thousand pages and I am not sure that I have gotten the real situation In my mind but these fig ures as I see It do substantial justice between the parties to this law suit and ends it so far as this court Is concerned The situation disclos ed by this record shocks the court While I do not thlnl the Idea of In sanity Is sustained yet the plaintiff seems not to have had sufficient judgment to talC care of his own Interests especially after he received the stock In the corporation He seems to havE traded It pledged It bought lots mills gave notes for them pledged stock as collateral borrow ed money and pledged his stock as collateral suffered the stock to be sold has gone Into the hands af- several parties and I do not think the court can furnish him any re lief In the way ot cancelling these contracts This opinion can be pledged with the clerk and kept by him until the next term of court and It counsel desire to be heard further about It they may do so insofar as the correctness of the figures In this case Js concerned a1eT F BIRKHEAD Judge r1How Good News Spreads I am 70 years old and travel most of the time wrlte0 1 Tolson ot ElIzabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend 1lectrlo Bitters be cause I owe my excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cure every time They never fall to tone the stomach regulatee tbe kidneys and bow ls stimulate the liver In vigorate the nerves and purifY the blood They work wonders for Weak rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and helth thats a daily joys Try them Only 5O Sta Usfactiog ls positIVely guaranteed by aU druggists JIi1 i e Effects of Alcohol There are several striking peculiarities of alcoholism No evil of our present time has aroused so much Interest nor so much careful study The question as to whether or not alcoholism Is a hereditary disease has long been a point of contention For many years It was believed that consumption was a disease of the blood Because a parent or both parents died from the disease It was thought that the children would inbor It the same fatal malady This Is no longer accepted as true Raised In a family of consumptives It is natural that the trouble may be contracted but the healthy baby of healthy llar ents might contract the dlseease also It raised In a family of consumptives not exercising proper sanitary pre cationsThe same question applies to alco- hollama The same explanation Is being made by the University of London where a close observation and study has been made by Prof Karl Pearson and others of this faculty Over 3COO children have been re cently examined The children Were selected from the working classes In Edinburgh and Manchester They were observed closely with results quite subversive of the prevalent opinion regarding the deleterious ef fects of alcoholism on the victims offspring Prof Pearson shows that as wa earners the alcoholic parents are on ly a trifling percent ge behind the nondrinkers and this he believes argues for a slight superiority In phy sique and Intelligence over the ab class since the drinking hab IstlnentItself Is apt to be penalized by wage Passing to the children he says there is decidedly a higher death rate among the children of alcoholic parents than among the children of parents who do not drink This however Is easily explained In the neglect of drunken parents and la the improper attention given them It Is not because of any hereditary ten dency but lIke In tuberculosis It Is In the Improper protection of their offspring after birth that results In the Increased death rate In height and weight the tests stand even between the two classes The general health of children of alcoholic parents appears to he much better than that of sober parents There are fewer delicate children among the descendants of alcoholic parents tuberculosis and epilepsy are markedly less frequent This polut Is strikingly shown the percentage- Jelng about onethird TJlls Is partially explained on the hypothesis that the physically stronger parents In a community have a stronger craving for drink and partly because the death rate among children of Inebriates Is greater eliminating the wmllngs Alcoholism reveals no connection with abnormal or defective eyesight nor Is It the source of mental defect In children To sum up says the government report upon the Investigation of the university no marked relation has been found between the Intelligence physique or disease of the offspring and parental alcoholism In any of the categories Investigated But this Is no reason why parents should feel encouraged to drink for the evil results show themselves In many ways The altbit may not bo hereditary but It Is easily acquired It Is not necessary to Inherit a disease to die from It Drink Is a bad thing In any aspect you view It The facts disapprove a theory how over and It Is well to respect the discoveries of sclencelram the Memphis Term CommerclalAllpeal CASTOR IA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the SlgnaturooC h Woman and the Street Car To teach a mature woman how to get on and oft a street car Is perhaps Impossible her way of going at It will continue In all likelihood to be as awkward and dangerous as ever But there Is hope for the growing girl and the possibility of train- Ing her to safeguard life and limb Js uow recognized In eorno Eastern achoollatgl f lItiiaUj In Brooklyn two or three school nmnMlutnB have been fitted up with miniature cars each with a step ex actly the same In size position and distance from the ground as that on the ordinary street car A crew of students propel the car around a track and the rest either aboard or at established stations are trot to mastering the few simple elementay rules for urban travel that the feminine mind lase prone toueglect The pointa impressed on the girls minds may serviceably be mentioned hereThey must wall till the cat Is stn- tionary When they get off they must face the direction which the car Is going They must take hold of the handrail both ascending and descending And they are required to learn grace as well as precision In their movements The real hope of the world Is In the young Practice taken today may keep down the ensuallty roll of the futureFrom the Chicago Rec- ordHerald Make a note nowgetElys Cream Balm It you are troubled with nasal catarrh hay fever or cold In the head It Is purifying and soothing to the sensitive membrane that lines the airpassages It Is made to over come the disease not to fool the pa tient by a short deceptive relief There Is no cocaine nor mercury In It Do not be talked into taking a substitute for Elys Cream Balm All druggists sell It Price fjOc Mailed by Ely Bros li6 Warren Street New York Postmastmasters Will Meet In Louisville September 13th 14th and 15 It has been decided by the Post masters Association which Includes Presidential offices and the State League of Postmasters of Third and Fourth class officers to hold a joint meeting this year In Louisville Sept 14th and 15th The League will meet at 2 oclock p m on the 13th for the purpose of transacting such business as pertains to League affairs on ly- On the 14th and Ilth the Association and Leagues will hold a joint meeting for the purpose or discussing postal affairsThere will he several representatives of the Postoffice Department present to she Instructions The new Money Order and Registry Systems will be fully explained Every Postmaster should attend as they will learn more than they would In years at home and many things they never would learn otherwise Monteagle and Sewanee Tenn Monteagle Bible School July I525 1910 Monteagle Sunday School Institute July 28 August Iii 1910 Dates of 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shrink a little anyway Is the suit too large for him Yes father Then of course It will shrink why lIant you try and have some head for business WlIlIe Real Estate 50 Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford About 20 acres In cultivation Good dwelling and out buildings A bargain for 1250 S We have 460 acres of tine bottom land from one and a halt to two miles of Hartford part of It with timber Also about 7i acres ot up land belonging to the same tract Terms easy illTItsr rat4AjIlii V 180 Acres of lahd two miles south of Rosine on a free delivery route out of Beaver Dam 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres timber land and the rest of it fairly good upland Five room frame two story house two barns and good tenant house Splen did orchard never failing well In yard and horse lot antI spring In easy reach of the house In good repair 1liust be sold and will be sold at a bargain Apply to BARNTT SMITH Hartford Ky r The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the Slb11aturo of and has beenlnadoundcr his per IifZ sonal supervision since UK infncy M Allow no one to deeehc you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasood nrc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health or Infants and ChlldrcnExperlence against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorln is a harmless rubstituto for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is lcasant It contains neither Opium liorphhio nor other Narcotic substance Its nc is its guarantee It dcstroyef Wornls- and allays Feverishness It cureS Dlarrhuca and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cureS Constipation rind Flatulency It nssiJu11ates time Food regulates the Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Chtldreus Panaceasho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of ih The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNC CITAUII COMNV TT MNYTICt IICWO CITY WANTS A RIDER AGENT and IN EACHTOWN and 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CHICAGO ILL Save 75ONE PURCHASING OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only S2 The regular price is Stao Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us williln five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to havo one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use PRI rCIPAL 1wol- a BUSINESS COLLEGEzaooaroxasa Second aid Walnut Strt LOUISVILLE KY a a U t I C n Hartford Republican Entered according to law at the Po toHlc Hartford Ky as maU matter ol the ncond daw C M BARNETT EDITOR Z ZPZOtrsS CUZDbzlnHH40ogb 31VZH22 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Judge Court of Appeals JUDGE J ALLEN DEAN For Congress DR D H CADDIE MESSRS CANNON AND LONG WORTH In another colum we print an ar tlcle from our esteemed friend J H Thomas of Narrows Ky a for mer editor of this paper in which be takes issue with us concerning a declaration made sometime ago with reference to Congressman Nicholas Longworths desertion of speaker Can non We cannot agree with Mr Thomas that Mr Longworths decla ration made at the time it was could have been wholly in the Interest of the Republican party We cannot help but believe that it was brought forth at the suggestion of his fath erinlaw in order to place himself as he no doubt believed on the popu Jar side Mr Cannon is the same Cannon he has been for ptars and has done no more than Speaker Reed Speaker Henderson or any oth Rep ublican who has occupied that posi tion since the war In this connec tion we desire to say that long sine In these columns we declared ourselves against Mr Cannon but for an entirely different reason to the ones which are being urged by some of the so called Republican leaders pur opposition to Mr Cannon is due to the fact that he is unfriendly w organized labor and the editor of this paper had on opportunity a few years ago to learn this personally when he appeareed before him in company with Messrs Compere and many of the leaders of the Federation of Labor and sought to induce him to favor an amendment to the Sher man Anti Trust Law exempt ing organized labor under it This does not change the fact that Mr Cannon was entitled to loyalty from his friends and especi ally from those upon whom he had bestowed the greatest benefactions The attempt upon the part of the present Republican leaders of the Uni ted States to discard Mr Cannon and to make a scape goat of him be cause of the rules of the House which have been in operation for years is to our mind one of the most brutal coldblooded acts ever resort ed to by man for political expediency Under the same rule suggested by Mr Thomas the owner of the old faithful family horse when hu Las outgrown his usefulness should take him out and shoot him The declaration of Mr Longworth comes long after the House rules had been amended In order to take from Speak 4r Cannon every power which had been conferred upon him and his predecessors and which Mr Long worth voted against as did a great majority of the Republicans of the House but by a small minority Join fldence which Mr Thomas mentions was secured not by a majority of the Republican members of the House but by a small majority join ing with the Democratic members In the same manner a vote of lack of confidence could have been ad ministered to any Republican president and any Republican speaker who ever occupied these positions So If the rule prevails that a Republican should withdraw from his position or his candidacy In the future for a position because the opposite par ty with a few bolters from his own should demand it no public man would be secure for a day In u posi tion This would mean the utter an nihilation of all parties and at the last analysis this Is what the so called insurgent departure headed by Mr Roosevelt means and we fear our friend Thomas is dangerously near joining in the same crowd head ed nobody knows whereand must Although ho and CUmmIngs take orders from then In the near future should he set him self adrift from the moorings and principles of the old Republican par Ay which will prevail In the end Mr Longworth may havQ beeen sac rificing a benefactor In the Interest of his party and country but the Indications all point to a far differ eat motive upon the part of the son lalav Congressman tThe farmer will not be duped In to otlpgthejDemocraUc ticket upon the Idea that tariff Is to be smashed by that party when he can buy a reaper and binder for less money in the United States than it can be bought In Great Britlan and can pay for that same binder in three years with the difference which he receIv- es for a three year old mule nowand the amount which he could receive for the same mule under the last Democratic tariff- Everything which is produced upon the farm can be sold at from three to five times the price which could be gotten under the last Democratic tariff law While the articles which the farmer has to purchase have not increased In a sufficient amount to make up the difference in a years time between the difference In the price of three hogs now and then What farmer desires to return to the days of the Wilson Gorman tar iff law It is amusing to note the attempted explanation of the Owensboro pa pers of the census reports which give Henderson a much larger population than Owensboro The best one however comes from the Inquirer which explains that the loss In Owensboro I is occasioned by vacant houses We presume any number which may be lacking from this cause might be said to be due to no houses at all I We see no particular difference in free trade under a Democratic administration which may be brought about with one fell swoop than the de struction of a protective tariff by taking the schedules out behind the barn one at a time and smashing them at the hands of the Repub lican party It can only prolong the agony and keep the victims In BUS peaseOur friend J H Thomas should be careful in his elimination of old statesmen from the plane of action Old heads are sometimes wiser than young ones and not near so apt to go off half cocked Our own Sen ator Bradley Is almost as old as Ald rich and yet who would say that he is too old to do effective and safe work at the helm of state Press dispatches say that the south has received more money for cotton this year than ever before in Its his tory and yet the southern states are expected to remain solidly Democratic under all this howl for a still further reduction In the tariff which if it goe will most surely include cotton in the smashing IIt is said that Richmond P Hob while at Mountain Lake Park refrained from attemptllng to kiss any of the Maryland belles thus proving himself once more a hero If the moving plcture man got a good representation of Mr Roosev t riding the bucking bronco at Chey enne will he be permitted to exhi bit them Who running this country anyway asks the Birmingham News The country Is not running it is stand ing still and looking for a place to Jump I Mayor Gaynorsvitality Is remar kable He survived an assassins bullett and an Indorsement by Tam many hall all within a year We hope Nicholas Longworth Is not the biggest ammunition which can be found to shoot against Can nonThe revolution of time changes all things Whereas the Indians used to scalp us we now skin them Kaiser William of Germany Is doing a bit of rough riding He may also be riding to a fall- I Japan made no noise about the an vexation of Korea and Korea did not dare make any i The Democratic insurgents in Ten nessee have endorsed a Republican candidate for Governor What Are We Coming To Men and brethren think of a Republican convention in good old Iowa repudiating the Tariff law of its own party and declaring that it Is a betrayal of party pledges Then glance at the following brief record of what the new Tariff has actually accomplished and wonder- It as converted a deficit of 58 000000 into a surplus of 11000000- It has opened the doors to foreign merchandise wider than under any Tariff law ever written If has secured trade concessions from foreign countries under the op eration of the minimum and maximum clause such as this nation has never enjoyed before It has enlarged the free list to the danger point yet its enemies say It has stifled competition- Is a Tariff law which has made this record In the first year of its operation a criminal enactment a re pudiation of party pledges a betrayal of the people Ye gods and little fishes I What are We coming to In Republican iowa7=Manchester Ia Press L tn I ROLLING THE- TARIFF GUILLOTINES Piecemeal Revision Would be a Process of Snipping Off Heads i One After Another New England wanting her Indus tries Protected will to get what she wants exchange her Congress votes with the Middle West letting the Middle West as a quid pro quo have the industries there protected On the other hand if the Middle West not being directly concerned Is will ing to let the industries of New Eng land be sacrificed the New England Representatives in Congress will come back with All right you slaugh ter us and well slaughter you This process of give and tale which has been contemptuously dub bed by the Free Traders the Tariff game of you tickle me and Ill tickle youIs the undoubted basis of every general Tariff measure that comes out of Congress But It is not clear to us where there will be much dlffer encee under the plan of scientific revision It Is true that withonly the proposal to change a schedule af fecting New England before MiddleVestand other parts of the country none of them caring a rap what happened to New England so long as they themselves were not threatened might agree to sacrifice New England But every single one of them would know that by similar concert of action some other section could be sacrific ed later Immediately therefore the natural thing would be the same old agreement See here if I am to Join you to slaughter New England you must make a bargain with me not to join New England or any other section or sections to give me the same treatment later I of course covenanting to stand with you for the protection of your Interest through thick and thin Xo more under the new way than under the old could the Congress representatives of the various sections be expected to sit idly by while the Tariff guillotine was rolled slowly but surely from place to place snipping off the heads of one after the other until all had been decapitated At the first execution all the representatives not knowing what head would next be proscribed would rush into the old alliance for offense and de fense and capturing the aforesaid instrument of terror smash it to bits and send the fragments to the junk heapThe expeerlenced Representatives and Senators who have been playing so long the game of you tickle me and Ill tickle you as the only com promise by which anybody can get any part of what he wants and by which everybody must protect the In dustries of his section from being made a sacrificethose Senators and Representatives will be as quick to meet the strategy of scientific revision as they have been either to save or serve the interests intrusted to them under the old system of general revision Mules for Sale A splendid pair of mules well broke to work Will sell cheap Apply to HOOKER WILLIAMS Hartford Ky Does He Want Another Panic Mr Rooseveelt apparently wants another panic but does Mr Taft want one This Is a question that the president will soon have to answerMr Roosevelts Western speeches have been more dangerous to credit and confidence than to the constitu tion Even his attacks upon the su preme court cannot weaken the legal powers of that great tribunal But credit and confidence have al ready begun to suffer The Roosevelt speeches have sent a shiver of ap prehension through the world of commerce and industry not merely because the former president Is preaching Socialism Populism and demagogybut because of the gener al opinion that he is again a candi date for president and that Mr Taft Is contented with the role of proxy If Mr Taft had made it plain that he regarded himself as president of the United States in his own right that he was no mere stopgap for any body there would be little cause for anxletyno matter what Mr Roosevelt might sayy or do But Sir Taft has encouraged the belief that he looked upon himself as a proxy and that he considered Mr Roosevelt his political superior The meekness and humility that the president has shown since the rough riders return have deepened this impression The fear that he has displayed of wounding the Roosevelt vanity or crossing the Roosevelt will is probably construed as evidence of abdictlon Nowhere Is there a strong popular belief that the president would fight to save his prestige or that he would re sent any political irfsult that Mr Roosevelt might offer to him In deed the common opinion is that if Mr Roosevelt decides to take the Republican national convention away from Mr Taft in 1912 the president either will not resist or that he will wait until the battle is lost In consequence all these wild Popullstlc and Socialistic schemes and policies that Mr Roosevelt has presented on his Western tour are regarded as probable Issues in the next presidential campaign Com merce and industry are confronting another reign of terror such as brought on the panic of 1907 which threw 2000000 men out of work and cost the country hundreds of millions of dollars They believe themselves threatened with another period of government by demagogy and denunciatlonall because Mr Taft has been a proxy Mr Taft is doing nothing to quiet the alarm Does he want a panic Is that another of My Policies to which his administration is pledged New York World Mule Colt Show On Saturday Sept 17th 1910 at the Fair Ground Hartford Ky we will hold our annual Mule Colt Show A premium of 750 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 of all ages as there will be some mule buyers on hands and this will give everyone a chance to dispose of mules if they wish to do so 7t2 BLACK BIRKHEAD RALPH Sept 5Farmers were glad to see the rain that fell yesterday after noon Mr and Mrs Thomas Henry visited friends near Beda Saturday and Sun dayPauline the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Jim Ralph Is very sick Mr Robert Taylor is doing some ditching on his farm Mr and Mrs RF Taylor visited their daughter Mrs Ronda Wade SundayThe dry weather has damaged to bacco a great deal Misses Gertrude Taylor Addle Edge and Messrs Robert Taylor Ronda Wade and Leslie Greer have all dis missed their schools today Mr Leslie Greer went to Owens boro yesterday to play ball Mr C W Moseley is moving to Pleasant Ridge today where he will teach school this fall A 300POUND HOG Value of a 300Pound Hog in March 1910 and in March1896 When Measured by the Wholesale Prices of the Following Staple Articles AtU IHcMTMolaaaaeorleanaopenkettleWee Domestic cbolHH HIulllld a72 771 15NagararaualatrdTBI KormoKn one H Pound J S 45 Carpet Ilruele HH HHYard H as JI 2XCottOnOlnftham Amoskeag HHHYardH 454 lJBbeetlnm Bleached Pepperell JOI4HHynrd 113 rs Sheeting llrown44 tepperell HHYord 410 219 HhlrtlnK lllea hed44 Krultol the LoomOHYarll ate Isa Hboe Mena rice kid loodyear welt 12 b Hultlnen Claf merited diagonal 12 ounce OfYardH 24 JIi Coal Anthracite toHHlIabel no e2 Coal Ultnmlnoat George Creek sew York Harbor Umbel JOT JM retroltara Refined lao w WHHUallooH S7I Ire Durbed wlr OolalllpdHH H Poaods 1M6 1100 rel1 Wire eIRbtplnnHH Pounds 1721 100 Ilrlck Common domestic HH H1Irlch Ir07 2127 C anent Portland Uomettlc H Ilamll4 zi I Ilme Common HHIlarrI 20 la Oak white Plan 1wt 67D a22 Hblngle PHHHH M Y 45 Mnrnce HVtH 1271 621 J uw a I I II sccs15 4 7 More Days Y y OF OUR GREAT rK REMOVAL SALE Now therefore in order to pose of these goods while it isI 5 still seasonable we have made C such price reductions that should g clear the stocks quickly as it is- M g our policy to show an entirely new stock each season r Mens Furnishings Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts Neckwear and Sox at greatly rem duced prices ILadies FurnisMngs Dress Goods Silks LinensWhite Goods Shoes and Oxfords at a re IoRosenblactts1The Store That Satisfie- sHARTFORD KY tjssReedsExtracts from the speech delivered by Thomas B Reed in the House of Representatives February 1 1894 the House then having under considera tion the WilsonGorman FreeTrade Tariff bill The history of Protection has been most remarkable Fifty years ago the question seemed to be closed Great Britain had adopted FreeTrade the United States had started in the same direction and the whole world seemed about to follow To day the entire situation seems to be reversed The whole civilized world except Great Britain bag become Protection ist and the very year last passed title witnessed the desertion of English principles by the last English colony which held out This has been done in defiance of the opinions of every political economist in England who wrote prior to 1850 and of most of those who have written since Ten years ago It was equally true at one and the same time that every boy who graduated from college graduated a FreeTrader and that every one of them who afterwards became a producer or distributor of our goods became also a Protectionist After thirty years of Protection un disturbed by any serious menace of FreeTrade up to the very year now last past this country was the great est and most flourishing nation on the face of this earth Loud ap plause on the Republican side Morel tIflableands of men unemployed Industry at a standstill and prospects before ItI more gloomy than ever marked its history except oncethls country is still the greatest and the richest that the sun shines on or ever did shine onr Renewed applause I Says Mr Frattcte Walker in stab stance for L quote only from memory snit from a newspaper at that If the workman of America would beIYOlldseas Shorter hours of labor were scorn I I ed not only by Cobden and Bright but by every political economist in England even down to 1883 whoa Boncuy Prce denounced shorter hours of labor as a repudiation of the great doctrine of FreeTrade The sole idea of the political economist of that claM has always been tuf low wages as post J ilile as long hours alt I a product of as cheap aprice as possible Our workmen penned up In our lit tie country while Englishmen revel oughttoexperience of history Instead ot that the Aldrich report which deser ves the high ecomlum of the gentleman from New York Mr Cockran distinguished if It does emanate from a Democratic Bureau of Statistics shows that since 1860 money wages have risen 68 per cent Or if you say sayingthatwhat they will buy the result is still more striking With wages rising prices of manu lessenInghourswant except more of the same sort Applause on the Republican side question question To Insure our growth In civilization and wealth we must not only have wages as high as they are now but constantly and steadily increasing f Loud applause on the Republican side No applause for this sentiment I notice on the Democrat ic side This question df wages is allim questionr rI theIIa class apart by themselves but to pioducersLong Today dren are immeasureably the most shophadealhpoorethere tation or a moments doubt ri Ladies and Gentlemen Take ilINoticei t t Wattersonbuildingon particular of wear for ladles and gentlemen and C patronageAll reasonable v 7tt W FRED ROBERTSON i x- ti + r I fy r r Fall Arrivals Our splendid new- JstockofFALLMER piANDISE is now daily arriving and to a say that the styles are I splendidand snappy is but putting it mildly T The very latest in Silks Dress Goods Milli I nery Mens Furnish ings etc will be found in our BIG STOCK watch for our announcement later when a more detailed account of our various lines of new mer chandise will be given Dont forget that it pays to trade with the house that saves you moneyI t j Ijl Hartford Republican f FRIDAY SEPTEMBER fl k IHInolsCentralRaUroadTlmeTable At Beaver Dam Kv North Bound- NolSJdut405ara South Bound NoMldiwll m NoJJMo l Mpm No 101 doe 248 pm Kol03dat248pro Nollldoee65pm- M H k E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trains pass Hartford at the follow ing times i NORTH BOUND 112729 a m passenger Daily 114 340 p m Mixed Dailey except SundaySOUTH BOUND 115920 a m Mixed Daily except Sunday 113146 p m Passenger Dally BCollins east Hertford has typhoid fever Pure Paris Green 30o per pound bib lots 28c Hartford Grocery Co Mrs Tim Taylor and Mrs J B Tap pan visited In Beaver Dam Wednes tday Fruit JarsSee samples canned in our window Hartford Grocery Co Miss Gertie Moore Rochesteer Is the guest of Mr and Mrs H E Brown Dr J T Hardln spent Sunday in MadlBonvllle with his mother and brother 1 Attorney E M Woodward was In Greenville Ky the first of the week on legal business Mr Clarence Field of Lafayette La will arrive In Hartford tomorrow to visit relatives for several days I fjfHB Carson ot Carson Co is In Cincinnati and other eastern cities buying his fall and winter goods Mr Roscoe Rcender who Is in the revenue service at Owensboro Is spending his vacation with relatives nzast One house ant lot In Beaver Dam and farm containing 45 iiraWf ffelie west of Beaver Dim MRS CL WOODWARD i 6t4 W Beaver Dam Ky I I I Mrs John Arbuckle and children are the guests of Mr and Mrs U1 Keown Central City this weekeMss Ada Franks oFSockport Ind arrived Wednesday and will be th Milliner lor Fair Co this season Mr and Mrs W M Fair have re turned from a trip to eastern eitle- where they went to purchase goods for Fair Co A F Gordon will preach at t- Ithe West Point Baptist church on Third Saturdayy and Sunday In of the firstIIMessrs W S Tlnsley and R B Martin attended the Republican Con gresslonal convention at Lebanon Wo day returning home Tuesday Mr W D Moore receiving teller of the Southern National Bank Louisville spent Sunday hero with his parents Mr and Mrs W H MooreaMr John W Taylor has purchaser the brick building on Center street belonging to C M Barnett and wit 1this use It far a barber shop and faml ly residence The ladles of Goshen Methodist church will give an ice cream supper on the eveenlng of Saturday September 10th for the benefit of the churl Everybody invJtei1C4WANTED Reliable energetic man to sell Lubricating Oils Greases and Paints in Ohio and adjacent counties Salary or commission STETSON OIL CO Cleveland Ohio Section No1 of the New Tee ex piThursdayJ Weddings Ladles corldally Invited Hours 3 to 5 Admission 10ctsaLeave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonville Steam Laundry Madlsonville Ice LaundrY Company Incorporated tf Attorney AV H Baln shas bee In Gre TCyduflng the wee Ierepresentof tine Coinnlonwealth of Kentucky against Lee Carton charged with mur derneMessrs Harold and McHenry Holbrook left Wednesday to enter Wes Han University at Winchester Mr Allison Barnett the Vanderbilt Train tag School at Elkton and Messrs Raymer Tlnsley and McDowell Fogle for the State College at Lexington Mr Fogle will take the law course at atih laUennstltutlon I 4 r Mr and Mrs Hooker Williams are the proud parents of a bouncing buy who made his appearance at their homo notioin a on e inIa o business in the same line FREE HOMESTEADS from 40 to 160 acres land In Ala Ark Fla La and MIss GIVEN AWAY by UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT to successful applicants Send 25c for taforma Lion and application form DIXIE HOME CO Naraja Florida Fresh and cured Meats Lard an Family Groceries cheap as they can be sold We also have Economy forI6t2 Hartford Ky iMr Roscoe Sutton who had been of his aunt Mrs T D Duke and family Sunnydale left for his home in Plttsburg Penn Tuesday His sister Miss Bessie Sutton who is also the guest of he aunt will stay a few weeks longer before returning Mr R S Dunn who has been a resident of our town for more than a year has moved with his family to Threlkel Butler County where they will make their future home Mr Dunn and his family were very Papa lar with our people and their depart ure is very much regretted Miss Daisy Wedding of Hartford who has been visiting relatives a Indianapolis Ind left the latter place last Monday for Los Angeles Cal on an extended visit to her grandmother Mrs A M Olney She will remain in Los Angeles for two weeks visiting the many points of Interest and will go with her grand mother to Lindsay Cal where Mrs Olney has a beautiful home In th heart of the orange belt We have all heard of the ox in the ditch but on Tuesday of this week May Company contractors In charge of the Installation of the sewerage system In Hartfordchanged the ox to a mule and for more than an hour a large force of men worked to extricate a fine one belonging to Mr S T Barnett and which was be edngthe ditch but In some way fell a place which was more than four feet deep and It was with great difficulty that he was rescued He was considerable bruised and stiffen d but It Is thought he will come out all right yueGROWERS OF 01110 COUNTY yuajjthetime has arrived when your commit Is expected to prepare for the sale to of the present growing crop The 50 buyers are making Inquiry as to and condition of the crop Other sections are getting active in their preparations and plans for sell backIpledged but their secretaries have not reported and because of this negligence the hands of your committee tied The buyers will not buy H without some Idea as to the amount 1they are getting Now if you want us to sell your tobacco please take matter up In your locals and let us have a report from you at once We request each local to investigate and report at our next county union the number of acres badly damaged or lost because of the ex rainsFINANCE COMMITTEE Pleasant Party Mrs J S Glenn entertained the young men preparing to leave for ur college with a progressive fortytwo schemehwas as as allttable represented some profes at slon and on each stood the picture of elrfesslonbefore moving to the next table was required to write something pertain- Ing It to the profession their table represented and toward the close of the evening all these were read aloud to presentkElgin Mildred Elgin Rebecca of Livermore Leila Glenn will Mary Elizabeth Felix Nancy Ford Wlnona Stevens Messrs Ross Ben tt McDowell Fogle McHenry Hol brook Harold Holbropk Allison Bar nett Douglas Felix L fOIAttentionWe airs requested by the Ohio Stock Committee of the A S of E to an nounce that stock will bet received Beaver Dam next Monday Sep temberl2th j V fi II l WYSOX Sept 7lrs Amanda Campfield is at Rochester taking Osteopath treat meat Mr W H Carapfleld returned home Tuesday after several days visit to friends and relatives in Muhlenberg Mrs Margaret Taylor who has been quite sick at the pond of her daugh betIter herpes spent Saturday night with Mr W P Bennett Miss Blnnle Hunley of Hopewell Is the guest of Mrs Kate Taylor Mr and Mrs Q M Denton and two daughters Misses Minnie and anddl A few from this place attended the picnic at Chlggervllle Saturday WIId den county where they will attend school Mr Charllce Brown has moved u on Mud river Messrs Jim Taylor Wash Brow and Bud Browd returned borne Sunday from Illinois Prospectr at the Christian Church in Hartford on the fourth Sunday In this month I notIedters arc now at Sparta Ky will conduct the meetings and do the preach- Ing Miss Mabel Myers who accompanies him will be the soloist It will no doubt be a strong and profita I ble meeting Everybody In Hartford and vicinity is invited to attend and fortI I Dr I J Hoover Goes to Owciisboro Dr I J Hoover who formerly practiced medicine In Ohio county but who for the past two years has been an assistant physician and surgeon In the Postgraduate hospital orI New York City has engaged with thee practice of his profession Being young man of sterling qualities an high professional accomplishments bright future is anticipated for him Cheap Excursion Hartford Rates From j KentuckyState Fair LoulsvllleKy September 1217 Dates of sale Sep tember 10th to 17 Inclusive Limit I to September 19th Fare 340 for Church round tripIDates of sale Sept 19 20 21 221 Limited to September 27th Fare f15 round trip- Brotherhood of St Andrew Nash le Tenn Sept 20th Oct 2nd Dates of sale Sept 25 25 and for trains scheduled to arrive In Nash le before noon Sept 26th Final Oct Cth Fare 460 round trip Davis County fair Owensboro Ky Oct 4th8th Dales of sale Oct 4th 8th limited to Oct 10th Fare 1 for round trip Grand Lodge of Masons and Grand Chapter of Masons of KentuckyLou Isvllle Ky Oct 18th20th Dates of sale Oct 17 18 and 19 Limited to October 22nd Rate 340 for round- trip H E MISCHKE Agent larNotice Company H will leave Hatfrord early Sunday morning over the M E for Fort Benjamin Harrison Ind Every member of the com parry who falls to respond to this order must be reported to the adjutant General Pcennlty for such failure will be flied by n court martial It may be Imprisonment fine or dishonorable discharge or all J M DeWEESB CalltII thSeptItOakIIIHartrord Isdaughterthis week Mrs S M James visited relatives Render Saturday and Sunday Mr J W Keown delivered a of cattle at Spring Lick Wed O Farmers are busy cutting tobacco is a better crop than last year Mrs Minnie Hohelmer and Miss Vera Hawkins of near Hartford visited be relatives here a few days last weekMr J J Stewart our merchant leave Mondayy for Lousvllle to purchase his fall stock of goods Ohio Valley Exposition Cincinnati Ohio For this occasion the Nwlli sell tickets from Hart rd dates of sale Aug 28th to Sept at the following rates Tickets limited to ten days from date of sale 680 Tickets limited to reach original starting point not later than midnight Sept 29th 895 I HE MISCHKE Agt lr r Our First Intimation Of the approach of a new sea son If you will visit our Store and look over our new Fall Apparel you will Iknow how easy it is for you to make a satisfactory selection of rightnhere- t OUR NEW ARRIVALS ARE Ladies Tailored Suits Dress Goods Ladies Readytowear Hats Ladies Shoes Mens Shoes and Clothingn May we have the pleasure of lookdE1P1 BARNES BROS Beaver Dam Ky i 1PALOSept tiThis community was blessed with a good shower last Sunday Mrs Nolle Myers of Falrvlew Is visiting her sister Mrs Mary White this week Mr Rufus Boyd Fordsvllle was the guest of his daughter Mrs Mary White last Sunday Mr Archie Dooley stuck a knife In his aunt one day last weekwhich made un ugly wound He Is getting along nicely Mr Tim Powers and family were the guests of Mr Orvllle Coy and family last Sunday Master Jesse Harris Palo was the guest of his slater near Bells Run st Saturday night Mrs Mary White and slater No lie called on their aunt Mrs Jane M aden last Monday Mr Lee Lewis and family were the guests of his sister Mrs Duck Flu nor last Monday Mr Walter Conrad contemplates gong to Oklahoma in the near future Commends Finance Committee Editor Republican I waift to say word commending the Finance Com mittee of A S of E for their ac ou showing anyone to pay their for the your when they deliver f tobacco and 1 think a butter way payIing whenlnothing to put on the market would justly owe no dues and those that put on the market would justly owe the dues A READER oooooooooooooooooSCHOOL VOTES O- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO The new Board of Education will organized Monday Sept 12 at the Superintendents office I wish to notify the public again that my office will bo closed except- on Saturdays after Sept 13 Anyone having business with me will save trouble by calling on Saturdays The time has come for me to visit the schools and as this will take two months I ask the public to remember that I will be out of the office Schools are starting work In tine shape this fall Every parent should see to It that his child Is In school- I wish to state to the public again that all Common School graduates can have free tuition in either of the County High Schools Most excel thesoschoolschildren to complete the common advantagoofQuite a number of excellent teach ers have decided not to teach this thoNormal ry asks me to give appointments to Normalasthere cancies HENRY LEACH Supt C S Democrats Explain the Cost of Living Everyone knew that the Democratic onWageswould attribute the Incrvnco In tho cost of living to the Tariff and now that they have done so in tire min whichIrane surprised As a matter of fact the Tariff has demoiistrnbly less to da living havebeen deed It has not been and It can not be convincingly shown that the Tariff has anything whatever to do It This country has been liv ling under a Protective Tariff for a slngldlsastlOusand there Is no such difference IH tween the existing schedules and the schedules which were in force ten years ago as to account for the rise In the cost of commodities which has occurred since then Most of tho advance which is the subject of so withIntime the Tariff conditions have been substantially unchanged Phllldclphlu Inquirer Notice On and after September 1 1910 the 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 Mercer Bros Reader Ford Miller and Brown The School of Music Persons desiring a full course in Vocal arid Instrumental or Public School music will enjoy unexcelled opportu nities In the Western Normal Write IiCherry M The Cow The dairy cow It able to express her pelt In a vay which the human Iiamilylay claim to being mans best friend She nIght cetabllsh such a claim caiUng attention to the fact that fro lies product and from her carcass man manufactures more of the necessities 4f lIfe than from any other simile source She furnishes these necessities to him from Infancy until such a time as temporal things are no lon gu associated with his existence and sbe does it ungrudgingly and constant Jy- In addition to contributing to mans neceeslty and his pleasure the prosperity of an agricultural community fs more closely Identified with her than with any other of the domestic Rplmnls The horse Is quite essen lab in tilling the soil but where nec Slit requires It the sturdy son of the cow can take his place as he has done In every agricultural section on earth The horse can only furnish labor and can only return a profit this owner when conditions are right for returning satisfactory grain crops It is a well known fact that the dairy cow is the salvation of the far mer in times of poor crops as she Is able to convert the rough crops which are neVer a total failure into dairy products which always have a cash value In addition to this she furnish akin nlllk and butter milk for the calves pigs and poultry and fertility for the soil without which a farm becomes less valuable each yonr and the whole country less prosperous The ellmenatlon of the dairy cow would necessitate an almost revolu- tfonary readjustment of 3lans tastes and requirements It would mean un told suffering and hardship or- coureshe will not be dispensed with but her value can perhaps best be apprecIated by contemplating such n loss She will continue to be mans best frIend as long as the human famll y exists and will keep on supplyln him with hIs greatest needs as she has done through all the ages THE NATIONAL DAIRY UNION E K SLATER Secy St Paul lInn Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Teackers Wanted The demand for teachers who have been trained In the Western ormal Is greater than the supply Tin Fan Sl6slon opens September GU1 Write President H H Cherry Bowl Jag Green Ky for Information rel aUve to free tuition Prodigality Andrew Carnegie at one of his ra- mous dinners In New York talkev about the prodigal and ostentatious e- penditures of a certain typo of Ne w York millionaire lie takes a Velasqun said olr Carnegie and cuts It Into three strip so that It will so on a screen Paul Dourget told the world about that And I beard the other day another thing about him A gentleman was being shown over the 3000000 palace or one or these mll1lonalrls The gentleman stopped before an enormous mirror and said What a large and perfect glass Pity Its scratched It Js rather a pity said the millionaire carelessly and turning to his majordomo Iw said Dont let the children have any more dtanlunds to play with Maurice Secure a Certificate Under the law till Wstn Normal Ims the power to Issue till ELI olESTAlty I RT1F1CAIE the IN TERMEiIATI C EItTIFICATE and the LIFE lEItTIFJA1I which entitle I the holder to teach anytvhero In Ken s tucky for two years four years and for life respecetirely without further examination Information as to the nmout of work required for each Cer tlClcate will be furnished when de sired Address IL II Cherry Presl dent Western Normal Bowling Green Xy r horsing a Fat IIUB6 story well known to lawyers of the M last generation Isabout the umbrella Cue A man was charged With steal- Ing an umbrella and n number of wit neuefI went Into the box to testify to the offense The counsel for the do- lendant noted that each witness car lied an umbrella the time of year woa- 2DIdaummer which oxplnlns the need stT for these impediments As a mat tler of tact the prisoner had no defense fro make The barrister thrown oa hisNwits exclaimed Gentlemen of the jtary dId you not notice that each of tJNt witnesses carried an umbrella Intow the box Why Is this gentlemen 7 It 1 done In order to infect your minds prcjuAka1 false issue and I appeal to you to ilgatfy your detestation of this con rated action by bringing In a verdict Yef sot gnllty The judge who im Div Kfaed slut little attention would be ri u I pats to such a plea took little time as less pains to sum up the case jury nevertheless brought In a verdJct In accordance with the resourceful barristers wishesLondon News Hot Air highmof on Ie Mediterranean as tar as Malta Tbe- salano jumps like a windy tlrob from the heat of the Sahara dose and lands flatfooted h1 Spain Tbe- harmnttan blows hot Sahara dust far Into the Atlantic and gives nosebleed and makes skin and Ups parch and crack while furniture and shIp t1 hers groan and crack and scream n an agony of droughty despair khasmln blows Saharas ancient d Iota Egyptian eyes every fifty days The pamperos perlodlcaly blow down Into Buenos AIres out ot the unexplored desert highlands of Brazil an the blowing causes suicides and murders to be more common and moan to break out afresh with a deary death rate Pamperos pass away Ina second leaving the air llneExc- ha c eTheSchool of Music Persons desiring a full course In Vo cal and Instrumental or Public School music will enjoy unexcelled opport allies In the Western Normal Write for special Information Address H p1 Cherry Bowling Green Ky MaIne Double Eggs A Norway Me bay has a hen that btut R r previous record one better by dro ping an egg within an egg The outs shell and egg were perfect and Inside was a smaller egg also perfect Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAAnother Idea Ef things dont come yo way e fast ez you think they orterlt may b becuz you are gain so swift the ant hit your gait Stops the Cough heats the Lungs QUICKSE06CIN- If not better then any other money bAck J C tENDENHALL MEDICINE CO EVANSVILLe IND Physicians Fees Fixed by Law A German antiquarian has documents showing that In ancle Babylon 4150 years ago the sum due to doctors for treatment were ex- acUy prescribed bylaw They vane according to the social position of UI patients Summer Tourist Fares The Illinois Central Railroad Oon pony authorizes round trip tickets sold as follows Cerulean ly 30 East VIew Ky 215- Grason SprIngs Ky 16- i 5 Chicago Ill 160- x 5 Tickets on sale May 16th 1910 to September 30th 1910 Inclusive Fins return limit Oat 31st 1910 Dawson SprIngs Ky 230 round- trip tickets one sale dally Final re turn six months from date of sale The above rates apply from Beav Dam Ky Jaw rates from other sta- UODa on application J E WILLIA3IS Agent HI reference Fire yearold Bobby went lslUng with his mother and unexpectedly remainIng over night was obliged to nightgownTheMamma before Ill wear a girl nightie again Ill sleep rawIInpers Weekly Attractive Summer Tours The Illinois Central Railroad Com pony otters very attractive Summer Tours at reasonable rates to the fop lowing pointsIBoston Mass wlbh ocean trip one nay between Boston and Norfolk al- o snore tour to Boston via Montreal Canada the Great Lakes and St Lawrence Rooorts California Chicago Colorado Denver Oolorado SprIngs and Pueblo including route one way vIa Chicago Jersey Coast Resorts- Lake Michigan Resorts including View Charlevolx Harbot 9ppings- ackinac Island and Petoskey 5 Minnesota Lake Resorts MexIco Now York City New York City with ocean trIp one way between Now Orleans and New York New York via Montreal via Mon troni and Boston with ocean trip one way between Now Orleans and York T Now York City with ocean trIp one Qf between Norfolk and New York NIagara Falls North PacIfic Coast YelJowstone Park and various oth t- er poInts of lntoresL 01tJckkPaso Agent I C R R Co llLouisville Ky 1 t AwayWsummer sepa ration In a host of families Only about 12000 to 14000 homes are In this city each mihimor wholly closed and the family away There IJare thrice thIs number from 40000 to 60000 where for aU or partof the summer the titan Is at home and at rtwork alonemore or lessand the wife and children are away It you are the man andat home are you wrIting to wire and family regularly Are you taking as much 1pnlns about your family letters as your business correspondence You letnstlets You make prompt clear hill and effective Do you do as much In writing to your family- d Are your reports as full and speaking as you male business reports Yet Isyour family mesas more to you and In your heart of hearts you care more for It than for your business You slave In your business for the sake of your family It you are the woman and away from home are your letters rull com plate catching and interesting Are they as carefully and promptly done na your social ccorresIJOndence Do you put as much Into the letter home as you do Into a club paper for In stance Nothing holds like a good letter Many n man and many a woman Is anchored by a good strong faithful full loving dally letter Nothing hold separationsrfirmer than the or dally Ing aU that goes on Either all goes In which Is safety or something Is left out whIch Is a danger signal and warns like an alarm bell those who want to be right but have had some pleasant tempting reason tOT wand erIng In the empty house at home greyet rIake your family count Write often put all In make the let ter a dally journal and pour out thinner e love which Is often better an more easily written than said and too often taken for granted until too late death ends all and leaves silence and unavailing regretFrom the Phlladelllhia Pa Pr- essQUICKS MCOUGHEDICIN coughsntsGURANTIUtDSold by druggists Mails by J C Mendenhall Medlfh c Coy Evusyille Icd Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps 1also clean your kid gloves and multi AU work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club Special Excursion Rates Illinois Central Railroad Company Biennial Encampment and convention or Supreme Lodge Knights of 1hlas- f lI1waukee WIs August 110 1910 Dates of sale July 28 29 30 and 31 1910 Final re urn limit AUgust 13 1910 except upon deposit or ticket an payment of fee or fifty cents au extension until SePt 3rd 1910 may be secured Fare round trip 1905 The B 31 C or the G U 0ofFColored Baltimore Md Sept 1217 1910 Dates of sale Sept 9 and 10th 1910 FInal return limit Sept 21st 1910 Fare for round trIp 297 Kentucky State Fair Loulsv1l1eKY Sept 1217 1910 Dates or sale Sept 10 to 17 1910 FInal return limit claas9 rouehd trip National Encampment G A R Sept 194 1910 Atlantic City N J Dates of sale Sept 15 to 191910I final return limit Sept 29 1910 except upon deposit of ticket and laymen of fee of 100 at time or deposit an- eXlenslon until Oct 28th 1910 may beI secured Pare for round trip 3025 Annual State Convention ChrIstian Church to Kentucky Owetuboro Ky Sept 1923 1910 Daea or sale Sop 19 20 21 and 22 1910 final returnI imit Sept 27 1910 Rate one first class one way fare ylue 25 Cents for round trip- Brofherbood of st Andrew of the United States and Canada Nashville Tenn Sept 26 Oct 2 1910 Dates of sale Sept 2426 1910 final limit oat 1910 oxoopt upon deposit of ticket and payment of tee of 100 extension until Oct 31 1910 may be secured Fare for round trip 395 General emblT of the Episcopal church Cincinnati Ohio Oct 620 1910 Dates of sale Oct 3 9 6 8 1910 final return limit Oct 30 1910 Fare for round trip 745 AppalachIan Exposition Knoxville enn Sept 12Oct 12 lS10 Dates sale Sept 30 to Oct 12 19301n i elusive flail return limit ton days j from date or sale lint 1w no case later than Oct 18 1910 Fare for round rip 965- ReunIon of the Society of the Army the CumbretandCh3ttanaogaTe n 12J3 1910 Dates of sale OCt and J2 19iO FInal ttura UmIt Oct 2S1910 Fare for round ttkl C I = 835 National League of PostmaetersCh a tanooga re nOct 1214 1910 Dates Of sale Oct 10i1 1910 final limit I Oct 17 1910 except upon deposit o ticket and payment ot tea of too I time of deposit an extension r unt I Oct 31 1910 may be secured Fare x1125l fIve Oeansot age willIbc sold at half of the fares named above Above rates apply from Deaver an Ky Special rates from other stations on appUcatlon J E WILLIAMS Agent A TARRRemedy I Elys Cream BalmiYBAja1- A quickly absorbed rRR tfHGives Relict at It clanses soothesYtEVEq heals and protects p the disense mem 5Catarrhaway n Cold In the yaIt FEVERstoresTaste and Smell Full size GO cis atDrug centsEly 7 I 1EolJuJT SYMPATHY helps hurts but It wont cure an achIng tooth wonnt wake n marred IIone look like Its old self Takes a sWlltul experienced dentist to do that Get all the sympathy you can but tor sett toilet and good dental work make an appointment with us or the practical way or get tIng your teeth In tine shape Best townEorout pain All work guaranteed Tele phone 21- 8DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky The Louisville Times FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regular price of THE LOUIS youdcan get The- HARTfORD RfPU ICLN AND TIlE LOUISVILLE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville TImes Is the Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the bestcrops of correspond entsICovers the Kentucky field per fectly Covers thergencral news field completely marketsIDemocratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscription Right Away To this papernot to The Louisville Times Ladies Sue McBey aid e4 iii Styleby lewMcCalla- Mageziee uli UiqllcCaU Ptteru 1IcCaIlIaulawlll stylelshlyexpense bye keeping thelatesclothes and hats 60 DesignsIneacb valuable Information on all home and personae matters 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SERVICES lit E Church SouthServices ntonring SundayWednesdayBaptist ChurchServices every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening Rev J W Druner pastor fourthSunday ClaylC P ChurchServices first Sunday In mSundaypastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 P A Itt meets first and third Monday night In CMKeystone Chapter No 110 It A M meets every third Saturday nIght In PriestWHartford No el O E S meets second and fourth Monday even MissWillieofPythlasKeownKHartford Tent No 99 K QT M ThursdaynightForeman Record Keeper Sunshine hive No 42 L O T M meets second and fourth TUurs 1ay night OrlfflnLadyCommander Record Keeper Carpenters and JoIners local No 191 monthNoahTreas Acme LOdge No 339 I O O F meets second and fourth Friday night In OrandDOhio Tribe No 19 Imp Order Red Wednesday ofItecordsPreston Morton Post No4 O A R beforetheItogersAdjtA S of E National Officers C 0 Drayton Pres Oreenvllle III GreenKYTrcasIndlanapoilsState Officers J C Can trill Pres Ocorl own ley HartfordCalhounKyOhio DamIyCD Ford Treas Hartford 1y COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION UartfordKyLLDNo Ii 2 J A Dellamy Whltesville Ky3 F D Daughn Hartford Ky KyIi9 J L Brown Rockport Ky AnywisindingaastebanddeieriliitiQftur aetIonlint t 014 alIIo t v1lpecteiSdtIIIK BmrkallLarrs A lIel n g- cco 1AiI0000f all t IIfDIIoLIJy litIii 1 OI3nod 4L1 I o1otBUJllTT C E alttTa t BARNETT icSMITN H ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all the courts otOlilo and adjoining COt tUes aryd Court of Appeals Sp ii at te lon given to all basins eruatGt to theIr care Collections ant the Praoo tlce of Criminal and Real Estate Law SpeclalUee Office in Republican build IDgI FRANK L FELIXr Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hie profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals CrIminal practice and casl- ectloDs a Specialty Office In the Her aid buildingYANCY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT L4AW HARTFORD KY Will practice his prote8l10n In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining countte and In the Court of Appeals Also No tart Public Office over First National Bank JOIIN B WILSON CIIAS Y CROWS WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY- Will praotdoe their lon JnaU the courts of Ohio and adjoinIng counties and In the Court oQ Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Offloe on Main St opposite Court Mouse InsTRADEMARKS problptlrobealhed PATENTSTHATarpengand eipyoutosuae t bend model photo or sketch for FREE report SURPASSINGDeck on rroftlabl latenll write to w 1 StreetWASttI 11 KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR CPJUCE I AND AuTHROAT ANa LUNTROUBL- ESGUBAXTUD BATIBBAOTOI3 OR MONEY BEFIINDED r1 Bendmode1 alJlforiiliotorrrIuw t Ica ad l how rydenta nurtq pJtihtJeIc IN ALL COUNTRIES l1ajMar diyul tt4 IVa4Mglos raper runt and lIu EiitutlveYwriteau ZlIALb CuR OPP palled bats rte OSce t WASHINGTON D C i n ca A r U+ s FRIRBAN8MOR8E r Gasoline Engines Pumpseter grtDde feed atNlfa Corn c Works every y st g small cost to operate Au size for all purposes Send tai Dataoanle 802 Address cI fAIKBANKS IIDRSE 8luj lJ- t LouisvilieKyy W t J Ic I r 1 r i i JIOUNDGFPLEASUREahead IIISllle Fairt GRAND FREE ATTRAGTION3 Market Successfully Scoured for Best Offering In the Ataase ment World- S Pioneer Days In Kentucky to Be Featured as the Great Pyro technic Spectacle American people must have amusement and no set ot men recognize the fact better than the omcers andmana sets of the Kentucky State Fair The round of pleasure at the eighth annual Some or the Horses Seen state fair to take place In Louisville September 1217 will be as nearly continuous and complete as It Is possible to make It- Secretary J W Newman has this season paid particular attention to what may be described as the purely amusement features for the forth coming state fair A contract has been closed with the United Fairs Booking Company to supply The Pass with the most novel and upto date attractions that could poaslbly be assembled The usual precautions have been taken to Insure the correct moral tone and cleanliness of the In dlvldual shows This amusement feat 1 uro will be on such a large scale this year that It was found necessary to enlarge the area heretofore utilized as The Pass and that justly famous inaXI I every inch of space along the avenue occupied by some new amusement concession The list of free attractions Is a f splendid one These orrorlngs ot the fair management proved so popular Llast year that care was taken this summer to close contracts with the best the amusement market has to present A star feature will be the Wakaham t Japanese Troupe consisting ot a dozen or more tumblers and jugglers from the Land ot the RIsing Sun The Jags will compete with Madame Loulses Monkey Show Finks Trained Mules Morris and Morris expert turn blare and Slackey and Drlede high wire artists Davenports Fancy Horses are expected to carry oft the highest honors however among the free attractions This entertainment Is nothing short ot a threering circus which will be presented each after noon and evening The acme ot spectacular display will be enjoyed each evening 1n the fireworks exhibition A contract has been closed with tide worldfamous Pain and that noteworthy Is at work on a program designed espcialiy for the Kentucky State Fair The feature ot the ftreworks display each night will be an original pyrotechnIc production entitled Pioneer Days In Kentucky It Is said that the services of over 150 men and women will be required to 14 properlY present the spectacle Linked with the features already described there will be the races by day and the horse show to the pavilion by night Negotiations are also under way with owners ot other amusement enterprises and It is probable that the list of special attractions will be large 9ly Increased before the opening ot the at the 1910 fairrBUSY DAYS AND NIGHTS Time of Special Interest to Every Class Allotted by State Fair Promoters Busy hours and minutes are ahead ot visitors to the Kentucky State Fair ot1910whlcb wUl begin In Loulspide I on the morning otSeptembor 12 The Interest of scores ofr nhatlons baa been enlilited and everyday and every night hs bean dedicated to some par tlcular group with everybody Invited nil the time Free K lCeCeker of Louisville is- I enlrat chairman en lpeclal days and 1LOnIl U Commercialbretarel tke clraas a sPecial eights As Asst t tore Xda7the first day kaa b-t school ehadreaof- Kentucky The youngsters areiexpeot- d out by the thousands a d a guarantee of one day full of happiness will goa1eajJtwlth each school ghI1ds ticket ao1d ProfE HoarkII1l1Crln tendeBt ofthe Louisville PubIl schools is chairman of Cam drens Day TelHlT8epte r 18rill bs Fartaen Day Mirk V0 T Chll o of- Cakap6eiLkurtl q lrmI1 1-tr aslou fiinlhluld oa that tay b1- v I ottarmersI Wednesday September 14 will be MarIstandpoint oThursdaynorWsDayI president of the Kentucky Press ASsOo ASommersman Friday September 16 has been es- peclally dedicated to Kentuckys neigh I southernIndianaI Adam Helmburgerot New Albany fl chairman and D 0 Talcott ot Louis Yule vicechairman saturday September 17 has been I put down as Everybodys Day with everybody chairman A testimonial to the great wok being accomplished by Kentucky cltlb women Is evidenced In the dedication of the first night of their as Wom ilns Organization Night MII Chas P Weaver of Louisville Is chairman at the Kentucky State Fair GermanAmerican night will be cb served on Tuesday with Louis Seal bach of Louisville chairman and the lrishAmerlcan citizens of Kentucky will be the special guests of the fair on Wednesday night E J McDermott of Louisville Is chairman for that eve ning Fraternal Night will close the fourth day of the fair Thursday Under the chairmanship of R W Drown of Louisville a monster committee la expected to bring out one of the largest outpourings of fraternal society membership ever seen In the Ohio valley FrIday evening September 16 has been set aside as Commercial Organ zatlons Night with Dr W D Gossett ot Louisville chairman Farewell Night will close the faIr week Jas E Borland ot Louisville being chairman ot too occasion Natlellos Band at State Fair Slg Ernesto Natlellos famous band has been engaged for the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 and will be heard In two grand concerts each day There are some sixty musicians In thIs great organization which Is classed among the most prominent bands In America Free concerts will be given In a band stand near the pavilion each afternoon and night and Natlello and his must clans will also be heard during the horse show and hippodrome perform ances In addition two bands have been engaged to provide music for the races and render concert programs during each afternoon and evening Hundreds of visitors come to Louisville on the Saturday and Sunday be fore the opening of the fair and for these a grand treat has been arranged On Sunday before the opening ot the big exhibition two sacred concerts will be given by Natlellos band at the fair grounds Last year something like 10000 persons visited the scene of the fair on the day before the opening and the fair management decided that as Sig Natlello and his musicians will he here ahead of time It would be wise to arrange this treat for those who go down to Inspect the grounds OUR FAIR In addition to the county fair that we can all lay claim to as being a part of our possessions the Kentucky State Fair at Louisville Sept 1217 belongs to us as much as to any people In the state Every Kentuckian should rlt gard this as In a sense his fair It rep resents what le being done all over the state just as the county lair repre sents what le being done In each coun ty In the way of agriculture live stock and general advancement It Is a combination ot the Xarlous county lairs not only ot Kentucky bat a great many other states and there are rep resented at this exhibition live stock etc produced In Ute various states The state faire are growing each year and the attendance Is Increasing as everyone wants to know what Is being done In other parts ot the state nd country LIve Stock Judging Contests Live stock judging by students and farmer boys will be witnessed at the Kentucky State FaJr of 19 QOneot the contests le open to all boys ct the state Commissioner otAcrlcuiture M C Rankin offers to the farmer boyw tobe ugew aseholarehlpiathea- gricultural department pt the university tor the belt written jcdF meat onbOr Cattle swine and sheep exhlb ta Anci prizes aa resating45O will be pottered to the students orthe state unvenlt The sum le divided Into five premiums These 1 1alisa Intended to encourage the Youth of Kentucky la the set eaoe ot live lto judging For catalogtte entrynks tlJf1 other inlormatioa reQarding the Kentucky Slate Fair address J W Newman secretary820 Paul Jones Eitild lag LotllevUb lC7 A MODERN SCALPER The Little Comedy That Was PlaYld tetwnn the Act A little comedy between acys oolh- ened things star Broadway thehterups night last week A middle aged man accompanied by bls wife sat dIrectly behind a pretty young girl and bar es tort At the end of the first oct the middle aged man went out for fresh aIr IIe come back bringing the smell ot the fresh air and gayer spirits with him His wife gave him a startled glance and like a flash her hand went tip to his vest There dangling from the top button was a bunch ot brown curly puts There was a dynomltlcal second as the wife held the puffs In her white gloved hand and looked at them Now she was not a jealous wltejust rCOIDJUon sense little woman ready to meet an emergency She looked at the heads about her The pretty glrtsback hale looked ea If n piece had fallen out The wife leaned over to the strip away from the girls escort and whispered The girl slipped a hand down and back and the wife stealthily laid the bunch or pugs which her husband had carried away on hIs vest button In the owners hand The latter kept them concealed gently and artfully reached up pinned them Into place and escort watching the rising curtain was none the wiser Now York Times HIS STUPID MISTAKE Much to His Surprise It Was Promptly Rectified A well known Londoner was planning qn entertainment on an elaborate scale to be given to varIous friends In the neighborhood ot his country seat Unfortunately his nearest neigh bor a close relative Is highly uncongenial to hlmsalf and his intimates and he racked hIs brains to devise a scheme by which he might avoid the necessity ot Inviting the undesirable cousin to be among his guests I have It he announced to his wife at breakfast on the morning ot the event Ill send hIm some tickets for the play tonight In town Ot course hell be delighted as he seldom has nn opportunity of going to the theater The tickets were accordingly sent and the host with an easy conscience proceeded to enjoy the company ot his friends But Lila satisfaction was of short duration At the height of the festivities much to his surprise In walked the objectionable neighbor Such a stupId mIstake you made ho announced as he approached his cousin As soon ns I heard about your party I knew that you must have sent me the tickets for the wrong night so I got them changed for tomorrow evening and came right over hero as soon as L couldLondonTatier What Napoleon Couldnt Do An Incident connected with Napoleon when he wis In exile In Elba Is commemorated on the Island to this day by an Inscription allied to the wall ot- a peasants house A mUD named Gla conl Wag plowing when the famous exile came along one day and ex pressed nD Interest In his work Napoleon even took the plow handles and attempted to guide It himself but the oxen refused to obey him overturned the plow and spoiled the furrow The Inscription runs thus Napoleon the Great passing by this place In MDCCCXIV took lu the neighboring field a plow from tbo hands ot a peasant and himself tried to plow but the oxen rebellious to those bands whIch yet had gullIed Eu rope headlong tied from the furrow St Louis Republic The Guarantee Gobsa Golds the American millionaire accompanied by his daughter Miss Lotta pIcked out a Rembrandt at a foreign dealers and then before planking down the cash said very sternlyNow see here sir do you guarantee this Rembrandt Yes Mr Golds the dealer replied A seven years guarantee goes with the canvas Oh very well said Gobso moUl Oed and he took out his check book and fountain penWashlngton Star A Bigger Bid A Lincolnshire parish once possessed a clergyman who was not much appreciated One day he remarked to his church warden You people dont seem to appreciate me Do you know that on leaving my lost sphere of work the people showed their appreciation so much that they gave me ureal dIver slavery That Is nothIng was the church wardens reply If tba would only givetheeHer Jewla Mrs Subbubs to nelghbonWllIe and Bobble arent home from school yet and here Jt Is IS oclock Did you see anything of my precious jewels as you came along Mr Nexdore Nex doteYour precious jewels are to soak madam 1 just saw them swim mtng In the rlverBoston Transcript Ticklish How many ribs have pour asked the teacher I dont know maam giggled Sal lie Imso awfully ticklish J could never Count emLJpplncottl No Temptation James can I trUst you with the key to the wino cellar The New Butter Certainly sir 1 have tseea all the labelsLife Set not thyself to attain much rest but muck patienceThomas a Ken Itls A3jY94aai abeqaa RAINING CATS AND DOGS Various Explanations of the Origin of This Expression Many explanations have been given ot the origIn oftbo expression raining cats and dogs One Is that It Is a per version ot the French catsdoupe a watertallIt Is raining a cntlldoupes or cataracts Another explanation Is that the male blossoms of the willow tree whIch are used on Palm Sunday to represent the branches ot palm were called cats and dogs In some parts ot England where they Increase rapidly after a few warm April showers and the belief prevailed that the rain brought them Others truce the saying to northern mythology In which the cat Is said to have great tntiuenco on the weather and sailors still have a saying The cat has a gale ot wind In her tail whenshe Is unusually frisky Witches that rode upon the storms were said to assume the form ot cats and the stormy northwest wind Is called the cats nose In the liars mountains even at the present day Then the dog Is a symbol ot wind which to old German pictures Is figured as the head of a dog or wolf from which blasts Issue The cat therefore symbolizes a down pour ot rain the dog strong gusts of wind which accompany It and so a rain of cats and dogs Is a heavy raIn with wind A NIGERIAN LEGEND It Tells of the Origin of Mane Sub jectlon to Women there Is n quaint old Nigerian legend that relates the origin ot mans sub jecUon to women At the beginning ot thIngs the legend runs tho world was peopled by women only One day tho earth god Awbassl Nal happened by accident to kill a woman On hearing thIs the rest gathered together and prayed that It- he meant to slay them ho would brIng destruction ou aU together rather than kill them one by one Awbassl was sorry for the grief he had caused and offered as compensation to give them anything they should choose out ot all hIs possessions They begged him to mention what he had to give and said that they would all cry Yes when he named the thing they wished to have Awbassl mentioned one by one all hIs fruits fowls and beasts but nt each they shouted No At length the list was nearly endedonly ono thing remained to offer Will you then take man asked Awbnssl at last Yes they roared In a great shout and catching hold ot one another danced for joy at the thought ot the gift Awbnssl was lug sendI Thus men became the servants ot women and have to work for them to this day The Sense of Humor A man has a sense of humor or he has not It ha has not ho cannot ac quire It It ho has It by birthright he cannot lose It wIth the passing of years The only change as life goes on to one who has this Inborn sense Is that different things appeal to It from thoso that excited amusement In youth but In this It Is like other mental faculties As judgment mel lows and ripens so the power ot dls covering those things that excIte smiles becomes more discriminating Humor Is not a physical attribute to fade as the body loses Its youthful elasticity but purely mental Men who possess It In goodly measure have been known to smile on their death beds over the very comedy ot life lndlanupolis Star The Flu Plant Linen Is obtained from the flax plant a small doUcate annual with a tiny blue flower The plant Is pulled by hand In the summer the sheds known In commerce as linseed being removed and the straw subjected to various processes to separate the fibrous part which consUtutes the linen First it Is steeped In water and then passed through a drying and heating process on revolving wheels until all foreign matter Is removed It Is then ready for manufacture Not a Question of Etiquette Mrs Hendricks Ithe landladyC1n I help you to some moro soup Mr DumleyMr thanks Mrs Hendricks engaginglyDont refuse Mr Dumley because It Isnt considered good form to be helped twice to soup Were not particular people here fro DumleyOh etiquette has noth Ing to do with It madam Its the soup She Learns Too There had been n family row Well remarked the alleged head of the house a man learns a few things when he gets married Yes sir a man lives and learns That maYbe retorted the feminine half ot the sketch but the school ot experience doesnt bar coedsWaslrI- qton herald Overcharged BeUDid I understand you to say that the dentist overcharged you Nell Te he gave tao enough gas to inflate a balloonKansas City Journal Not to Blame The Elderly LadyThey say his wile bee money The YoungerWell that Isnt his fault Theyve only bees marttpd aehort tlmoIObedience la not truly performed by the body of him wboee heart is din- eatisfledSandi Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription diseasesdisordersonly preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu isthesystemTHEand no Injurious habitforming drugs and which creates no craving for such stimulants THE ONE REMEDY so good that its makers ere not afraid to print its every ingredient on eachoutside bottlewrapper and attest to the truthfulness of the same under oath It Iold by medicine dealers everywhere and any dealer who hasnt It CtId OUKNOWNmistakenorhealthmay Why Not Read The- Courier Journal HENRY WATERSON Editor 4 WJo CAN JolHXISU YOU THE HARTfORD REPUBLICAN AND TI- LEWeekly Courier Journal Year Both One For 4f1 i50 We can also give liberal combina tion rate with Daily or Sunday Cour ierJournal Write CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for free sample copy of edition you desire but be sure to send your subscription order to this paperNOT to the CourierJournal McCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for style perfect lit simplrc ty sM reliability nearly 41 years In nearly t at4 town the 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TwiceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE nEPUBLICAN ttnd Dally uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Good PositionsDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges ZOOOOOO capital and 19 years SUCCels to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuitio- nBOOKKEEPING acceptinghiapropositionconcede Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vine You 75 per cent of the United States Court Report DraughonteachesFOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRJUGfOHS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE tao MIPOauaDI EVANSYILLE SADUCAB NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS Yil1P v v oOC r f ANUM1NATE DR D N IIADDIE Continued From First Page terest bearing debt on July I 1909 was 913317490 un Increase ot 651 952360 during a period In which wo fought a seccessful war with Spain and Issued 4631986 In bondson account ot the Panama Canal 12 The average price ot wheat on the New York market for the calen dar year 1892 was 0908 while fo 1896 It was 0781 a loss of 0121 under Cleveland The average price o the same market for 1 O9 was 1263 again of O482 under the Republicans The average price of corn In th same market for 1892 was 064 while for 1897 Jt was 0319 a loss or o2h per bushel whereas for 1909 the aver ge price on the swine market was 0767 a gain of 0448 more than a hundred and twentyfive per cent In crease 13 While the farmers products decreased In value between January 1 1893 and January 1 1897 by 299 per cent the cloths and clothing he had to buy decreased only IG2 per cent drugs and chemicals only 10 per cent metals and Implements only 116 percent house furnishing goods only 117 per cent and lumber and building material only 91 per cent While farm products under Republlccans be tween January 1 1897 and January 1 1909 increased by 70 per centclotps and clothing Increased only 28 percent metals and Implements only 338 per cent lumber and building material only 425 per cent drugs and cheemlc only 192 per cent and house furnishing goods only 213 per cent 14 Measured by the wholesale prices ten bushels of corn would buy 21 pounds of No 7 Rio Coffee In Jlarch 1896 It would buy iO pounds of the same grade coffee In March 1910 Ten bushels of corn In i896 would buy four barrels of salt It would buy seven barrels in 1910 Ten bushels of corn In 1896 would buy li9 pounds of granulated sugar It would buy 131 pounds In 1910 Ten bushels of corn would buy 51 yards of Domestic In 1896 It would buy 80 yards In 1910 Ten bushels of corn would buy 43 yards of cotton flannel In 1896 It would buy G9 yards In 1910 Ten bushels of corn In 1896 would buy one pair mens vlci kid GX year welt shoes It would buy two pairs In 1910 Ten bushels of corn In 1896 would buy 25 gallons of 150 deg test coaloil It would buy L3 gallons in HIIO Ten bushels of corn would buy 146 pounds of gal vanized barbed wire In 1896 It would buy 2GS pounds In 1910 Ten bushels of corn In 1896 would buy 95 pounds of elghtpenny nails It would buy 37 pounds In 1910 15 A 300 pouml hog would buy 89 pounds of No7 Rio Coffee In March 1896 measured by wholesale values It would buy 361 pounds In March 1919 A 300 pound hog In If196 would buy 16 barrels of salt It would buy 36 barrels In 1910 A 300 pound hog would buy 2H founds of granulated auger In 18J6 It would buy tiC9 Pounds In H110 A 300 pound hog In 1896 would buy 2S yards of In grain carpet It would buy GO yards In 1910 A 300 Pound hog would buy 228 yards of Amosklag gingham In H9G It would buy 454 yards In 1910 A 300 pound hog In 18J6 would buy JW yards frultofthlLoom bleacched domestic It would buy l1S yards In 1930 A 300 pound hog would buy Ii pairs mens vici kid shoes Goodyear weltln 1896 It would buy 12 pairs In 1910 A 200 pound hog In 1896 would buy Ii yards of Clay worsted diagonal 12 ounce sultlngs It would buy 24 yards In 1910 In 1896 a 310 pound hog would buy GOU Pounds of galvanized barbed wire It would buy 1366 pounds In 1910 In 186 a 300 pound hog would buy 390 Pounds of elghtpenny nails It would buy li1pounds In 1910 This list could he extended to other farm products but- these servo to show the happy and prosperous situation of the farmer un der Republican administration and to suggest the sensible way to vote In th future WHITESVILLE Sept 7Bod McCarty and George Brooks returned from their Eastern trip last week Those gone to Tar Springs this week lire Bon Itomsoy WIllie Stln nett and Mr and Mrs Cicero MullenI Uncle Cap Ureer Is spending a few days In our town this week Dr Edge removed a tumor from his right hand yesterday I stood the operation well and Is feeling this morning as Js Indicated by his being out early Gerald Howard son ot P A How nrdleft for Owensboro Mondaywhero bo will attend the Columbian College this term IoOOtls Kelley Richard Neel and U Y I Robert Allen Norris left for Lexing tonFriday to enter school VIII Stewartsfamlly are visltln her patents at CeclUan Bessie Ann Greett mother ot W T Oreer is seriously ill at this writing and Is not expected to live longN p Kelleys wife who has boon at the Hopklnsvillo Asylum for the past eight or ten years died last week and was brought home and In terre at the burying ground on Mr Kelleys tamr Saved a SolalersLlfe Facing death from shot and shell In the clvil war was more agreeable tharn facing It from what the doctors said contractedn a stubborn cold he writes that de veloped a cough that stuck to m Myeweight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Dis covery rich completely cured me I now weigh 178 pounds For Coughs Colds JGrippe Asthma HemorrhageS Hoarseness Croup Whooping Cough and lung trouble Its supreme liOc 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists Guaranteed by alL druggists m RENDER Sept GMessrs Oser John Hos kins Jr and Sr and rlr and Mrs Wm Turner and Miss Lenora Reid went to fbuisvllle last Wednesday- Mrs Myrtle Burgess Beaver Dam was here last Thursday the guest of- n C Dowen and family John Berry Hardin went to Owens hero last Thursday Mr and Mrs Robert Rains want to Rockport Friday James Uennlttof Hartrordwas here- I Friday John T Baize and family and Mack Allen and family went tb Roslne Saturday Miss Emma Millard went to Beave- Dam Saturday Mrs BetUe Burton went to Rock Port Saturday Andrew Gould of Graham wa here Saturday Frank locker went to Central City and Cleaton Sunday Mrs Joe Stewart Horse Branch was here Sunday Mr BIbb of Island was here Sun dayWe had a nice rain on Sunday which was needed very much Miss Henrietta Trout of Beave- Dam was here Sunday the guest of Miss Nellie Harris J B Cobb went to Owensboro and Evansville yesterday D W Gwyun went to Central City yesterday W S Vlclt of Owensboro was here today Hartford Baptist ChurchNotes of Meeting Etc Chlldrens services next Sunday morningThe baptizing which was to have taken place last Sunday but was rained out will occur next Sunday afternoon near Mrs Allens home Sunday night we will begin a series of sermons on the Seven Sayings on the Cross which will be each Sun day night for seven weeks The first will bo on Forgiveness The Mission Board of Ohio County Baptist Association will meet In the Baraca room of Hartford Baptist Church next fuesday morning at 9 oclock J W BRUNER Pastor PROGRAM OF CHILDRENS BIBLE DAY To be held In Hartford Baptist Church Sunday Sept 11 1910 945 Opening SougThe Echo Still Is Ringing mnOosJlel Message Scripture ReadingT R Barnard PrayerEB Rhoads 1000 to 1030Lesso- nHymnThe Banner of The Cross by School SoloAnythlng for Jesus by tittle Elizabeth Forman 104oOur Bible work today by Dr Ford 1045 DuetLean on His Arms by Misses Barnard Banner Exercise by three boys and two girls MargarettrTaylorThe kxer ciao by twelve girl- sIlymnThere was a Time when Children Sang 1115 Collection Song byP1145 Announcements and Benediction 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 IlS posslblcthe amount of tobacco that will be pooled this year Please Attend to this matter and send In the pledges D FORD Chmn F om SNALLHOUS- g I Sept 5 Mr and Mrs W11litns and three children of near 3ceenvillo were the guests ot bir and Dfrs Will Bullock and other relatives near here Sunday and Monday Susses AnniQ and Bethel Culbert son Central City and Miss 1Vylene Nichols or bluhlenburg county who were the guests of bliss Altha Ad dlngton several days recently return ed to their homes Sunday afternoon Miss Ethel accompanied by her little niece Miss Susie TrunI1el visited her parents Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter from Thursday until Sunday Miss Hunter IS l teaching school near Utica Mrs M P Maddox and On M D Maddox were the guests otMr and Mrs J C Hill pear So thcarrollton- Sunday Mr Pat Morris Madisonville and Mr Culbertson Central City were at Smallhous Sunday Mr and Mrs Seth Hunter returned to their home Sunday from a visit to their son Mr Owen Hunter and family of Hartford Dr M D Maddox spent Monday In Ceralvo Mr and airs Luther Addington spent Saturday night and Sunday visiting her patents Mr and Mrs Brown near Mantnzas Mrs W T Howell and son Gor lon who were the gueSts of relatives here for a few days returned to theIr home at Island Saturday Mrs Mattie Rled Kronos was the guest of her sister Mrs Sallie Drake Sunday Mr and Mrs Alonzo France and little daughter Bertha are visiting her brother Mr Jas Tally near Hart ford Mr and Mrs Jim Withrow and little daughter have been absent for several weeks attending a holiness meetingMr Mrs Bert Barnard spent SmallhousrMr Ed Hunter went tolloorman Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Ray Fullterson and Sunsday and Sunday night with their brother Mr Ersltlne Fulkerson and wife a Seed WheatHarvest King Re cleaned and True to Name Harvest King Is smooth hood wheat red In color and Is one of the most popular varieties grown In Kentucky tilledrwith short plump grain A flue milling wheat often scoring ninetyseve n or more It la s sure cropper And produces a large yield the yleldrhavlng 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 Prentls Ky BALD KNOB Sept 6The surprise birthday din ner given at Bro Bentons In honor of his blrhtday was largely attended and enjoyed by all present Mrs Finis Leach Is able to be out again Mr g P Likens and family o- tIt Pleasant visited Mrs Pig Porter Cromweell Sunday We are contemplating a revival meeting In the near future A revival meeting began at Mt Pleasant the let Everybody attend regularSabbath school Is still progressing EverYbody come and take part In It Miss Josie Sanderfur of No Creek was a pleasant visitor ot her cousin Mr E P Sandertur and family for a few days Several from thlll place attended the picnic given by the Maccabees at Oak Grove school house last Saturday FORDS LLE Sept 6 Fordsvllle Is making a number ot changes now In business houses C E Ford Co have Just moved Into their handsome new brick building on the corner of Main and Walnut Mr Abraham Shapero has moved In the house vacated by C E Ford Co Holderman Son enter the building vacated by Mr- Shapero Fordsville Banking Co will occupy the bulldlngl vacated by Hoi derman Son Martha Ruth and Elizabeth Wilson wlfo have been visiting Rachel Ellen Cooper returned to their home in Owensboro today Miss Thompson the music teacher has not been able to get to the icol legs hall this week on account tit II sprained toot Mr Perry Cooper has returned JiIishenlthSchool at this place Moods August 29 with bright prospectsfor- f 1 a U U U= t 49 Let Us Show You OurLlne of = f 49 tV tV BUCCIESand SURRIESIMI = We are headquarters for the famous Owensboro the genuine Geo = 16 Delker and Banner Buggies and Surries which are fully guaranteed = They will last longer i1dJunJ asier than any other buggy or lit Ifl surrey on the market = Ifl EIfl1 Hartfordt KeptL1cky = = W W W IW W WWW W W W W WW the coming year Prof I S Mason principal Prof Willis Tandy grad uate of Indiana University In charge of High School department Mrs J H Loyd fifth and sixth grades Mr Russell Cooper third and fourth grades Miss Fuqua first and second gradesMr Mack Smith Is quite ill at this writing CLEAR RUN Sept 5Clear Run Sabbath school Is progressing nlcelcy Mr Kit Taylor and daughter Ro ale were the guests of Mr J C Taylor from Saturday until Monday Mrs Mary Sharp and children of Owwonsboro who have been visiting friends and relatives for the past three weeks will return home Wed nesday Miss Tressle Taylor who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Nola Trogden- of near Pleasant Ridge returned home last Saturday Little Hazel Trogden Is very sick at this writing The box supper at Clear Run school house Saturday night was largely at tended All report a nice time Twelve dollars and five cents was collectedMr Hoover and family Were the guests of Mr R P Kirk near Buford Saturday night Mr and Mrs G M Hoover of Knox yule were the guests of Mr Hoovers parents Mr L C Hoover tram Friday until Sunday The pound supper given by Mrs Clss Hoover last Saturday night was highly enjoyed by a large number of ladles and gentlemen and young peo pie of our Community Pay Your TAXESRepresentatives tySherlfte oftlce I11 be at the following places at the 3dnies tdLcated for the purpose of taming tax rec- e1pta and yoq will saVe coming to the county seat or avoid thenooesslI angI1pgDEPUTY 6HERIFF S 0 KEOWN Will be at th llOvfug Places Bells Run Sept 22 r 1 JMaganRockport Sept 26toreri on4chols In the afternoon e r 1MatanzasSept Smallhous Sept 29 torenoop Ceral- vo In the afternooniDeanfleld Oct 5 forenoon Aetpaville In the afternoon Herbert Oct 6 forenoon Haynes v11le In the afternoon Fordsvlllo Oct 7 Beaver Dam Oct 10 forenoon Taylor Mines of oclock in the aftler noon + McHenry Oct Iii DEPUTY SHERIFF A W DLACK win be at thohUowfa i laces Beda Sept 1 Buford Sept 13 Pleasant Ridge Bept14 Heflin Sept 15 ltf T H BLACK 80 C L f Salem Bankruptcy I In the district court of thee United- States for the western district o Kentucky Owensboro Division In the matter of Zachlirlah Wayne Griffin Bankrupt Pursuant to an order entered In th above styled proceeding on the 22a day of August A D 1910 directing a sale of the property hereinafter des cribed I as Trustee of said estate will on the 19th day of September A D 1910 at one oclock P m at the drug store known as the Drug Store In Hartford OrlrrtnI offer for sale at public the highest and best bidder the fol lowIng described property held property consists ot real and personal property I1S follows 1 A brick lJuslness house and lot on Center street in llarttordKymor particularly described as follows Be Ing a part of lot No 50 beginning at Fred WoerAere N E corner on Fox Alley Now Center street thence N E with Center street 20 feet to W C Chapmans corner pow Barnett Smiths corner thence N W 75 feet thence S W 25 feet thence S E 75 feet to the beginning and be- Ing the same property conveyed to Sallie T Griffin by Z W Griffin Sr on January 30th 1879 by deed recorded In the office ot the Clerk of the Ohio County Court In Deed Book No 1 page iOS and Inherited by the bankrupt from the said Sallie T Griffin Also anotheF parcel ot ground ad joining the foregoing and beginning at the N Wcorner of the foregoing lot and in the line of the Barnett Barnett Sinlthfot thence cornerIpIe Alley thence N W with Apple Alley 11 feet to the corner of the lot formerly owned by the Union Church thence S W with the line of said church lot and lot sold by I Mor ton to W H Miller 85 feet to line atI lot No 49 thence witha llneof said lot S E42 feet to a lot now owned by Barnett thence f E with the line ot said lot L F Woerner and the foregoing lottO feet to the beginning and being same property conveyed to Sallie T Griffin IlS above a In r iLi stated and Inherited by the said bank rupt tram the said Sallie T Griffin 2 One stock of drugs druggists sundries toilet article paints and oth store except the soda fountain and the appurtenances belonging theretosuch as tables chairs refrigerator charging paratus c appraised at 266202 3 Soda fountain and Its appurtenances InClUding tables chairs retrlg erator giarging apparatus glasses c appraised at 64725 4 One lot of accounts appraised 20000 one lot of notes appraised ilL at 10800 one share In Hartford To bacco Warehouse Company stock IlP praised at 3iiOOi these to be sold In separate Items and for cash j The Trustee will first otter prpoerty described In 1 2 and 3 separately he will then otter 2 and 3 together h4 will then otter 1 2 and 3 togetherand accept the method bringing the most money All ot said property except that i described In 4 will be sold onethird 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 bearing In terest from the date ot sale and payable to the Trustee with lien retained on the property I1S additional security AU of said property will lJe sold ot liens This August 23rd A D 1910 ERNEST WOODWARD 6t4 Trustee In Ohio County Farmers Institute The Ohio County Farmers Institute will convene at Hartford September 23 and 24 1910 A large attendance upon the part ot the farmers Is urg jrcd Competent instructors will be on hand and everything pertaining to soil tertlllzer crops etc will be gene over ma thorough manner You con not afford to miss this meeting Be sure to Attend both days rI DL C RANKIN Comr il s n Th Stlltteli Show Winaow I 1COO JtirMrl Oo InAft 1sndaic4 =1XM1G DttY AND NIGHTS THIYEAI3 S3oboo Premiums HORSE IOWAAD HIPPO KQMEATsN1UHT EJ atfprescripd apI freI Bankruptqf laatril IMshi lHe ii11 bbNMif DAILY RACta3 FIREWORK IoH INATIuLO F AND UiAND r ns AIYNu1M urNNs rlsf- NI US OIW EXNIIITATTEND =N1Tw- LWILL FUINIMrtlHMNT I1IUCnONI 1T Ic ILOW IWIAOAD ILATES Fk IrNK M rrlMl tv41EWMAN INMrytM 11M 1M111M1 j cL UlSVILLEj iil I t t bJ1p 6 Ii