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peijietic ba Ihs Jacr IIbf bird to rtt Is all the ssali O4- 1edkIk 4Oisssstkotsr- oyeoId pr vsIas1rrit theprisol- iIf 14 eccare tie dflver Sol her knibasd bs the tM hiM 0- UI tlrnat the pr1oose hack 1it a eosiylcta nIl tro the flCf- r itJ lbs dott4 wIle Ue dude buM the dtelte Jatlee tad- utd It woalClCI1 bsr spIrit xttuy but tll lId sot recoiled fxlly the brnry etUn Loslie Erviag Sp1d lag Five yesra ago Charles W Spldlsr wrecked the Globe 8aTIags Bank of Chicago asd eatbezited fd of the Illinois Volunlty latnated IGbII- keeplag lie vs trIed conlctedI sad seat t JoUst The woman who flow bears ilia ase wasotthen his wife He hal asother wile bat whex disgrace overtook his abs asked tile courts to grist her s divorce Her plea tkst her ksbad bad bees cosYtcte ole kloa7 we eeIet I a- Ililioli to NCar the lIral Hpuatlo and the eeres vu ztret4 The prneat MCI SpildilE Id- lb the baakeri iterorapber lee aIy Jests lie eUdyktdll- I eu tor her ud she detriaed tit tco tara ese ol thea sow that the a was left close la his adversity Two isoaths after Ut Speldiag was tdnt- oJoliet he as rstaraed to chicago atralIy Ia a ciii latolelir aeof the poblic crlUu afecttl by the bask failure It was aeettUry Ie keep kl taik cexaty Ill sometime sad his bract steagrapbs- rIe It pkiisot krbi by klar- dalatylaa to thi Jn is tiel of tlte rood MeTed Ie te tire priseurs Ike- spent os say hears there as Ike jail Sr wW perasit ei4lng ttheea ylctd as tad otherwise aakag 11- 1IIInra hrighkr Xe sees heges to look for her eowisj cad 11a ace wOlild grow brighter at her amn- lne wag so iitakIog the Met that Ike little woaea had sore tlla- Irludlya feeliag for the 1Ii1Io wu dttlaed IIthlad prlsell walls- The prlaonr soos decided list whe- skeiad regaised ItSUbertr lie woald- ask her to becoas III Ir ad- woald btllI over agale to aakt ht leif kit l the buaiaeu JOrld Ole day is i1Ihi pt Itla hopes for the- ttttursad 11 ttpHtd1a vu will n ftRfD ASIII- ft D K Ma4x- t 1j KtsiIfNSWtI- e Mid jst Ori1ute ItI tie MitrfiIur4i tlus figs dwfJorlltrifceI Rev DJ1 1ad isoxPfCl eBAptist tl1I5itSt ot OlIIto Oty ia bride IU ifs LE1corJPdIt Pl iiit O1i- dconty Tb ve4Ls C eik Ace Tuektay i howe of Ike bride ru ertd lIt1b1 hUjtite- op1eted a conrs tqttaIdreu- 1teo dw1att d pClstif ill C divorce iae4 wasgtiet1 a y1sidoxmet wUaner aoor wkt maa- tie ctltlp but bielr kappiseis- wa cihortbraUiaHJ Wile weatwith bl to IIf 0kb ceent- ykot andrtMtu4 there bet a I1ott 11k ite peeked her thlZs ad retriried t Ja- oat tJHeeiZt t Uddex brghtc- ult for d y 4 tkakis wife belg dillled JudpIHt for htratt6rneee HI zateiafe iaagrettifl- plaate I taiit lrla1 bieUarn e aceollllt otkia dlyorceactIp able that ioeie atept will be token re- oiardkt it ICttbi J dlReid the MlIwisg f Joj H- II 101oaaMaa LlTtf 1L1IJ rw TIct1r bI9uistN ncr dW1ltyIpH hftklad side sad thsy gc 3II- aMIg relief tIn nUn Treat eient tea Liver Plu and Iltees Tonic elIeta seat oily 5 cents 011- 1t deseorKarftt trial dose free J U WilliamSd kWlsjbe Wii a rtiteiIietlody41siaId i- trnkiitd wopi whIch sara soebodj else WasIt yOu There wu IOmebod1 who waS- S leg to Lcotne hil wile and walt for bliliberitlon She would marry him despite the fiet dilL he was a criminal In the eye ot the world Her one wish yaB for his frecdosn and she would wotk to that end eIther as hIs wile or IlIIcee i he thought best h weijliid the niatter seriously nd before he was returned to the eontwsottheStateprison ther- ewss at wedding in the Cook counl- yjaltksd Baer Spltdln became s- andItrldilreollli as inch went back teh1tabboping tor the time whea h Could come torh to libo for the woai who had shows such great trvtas lo7aty Htrde went dowato Joliet with hllll and arranged Witktbew tdCs to Permit her to visit uilisa once each week Poe leveral mouths she made regular trips sad entered the great glossy structqie to spend a lew hours with the sian other choice lIer cn were more frequent than I permitted by the rules of the in4- ititutioe and she found herself re stricted to two visits 1mODth After cotuplying wIth this rule some time she was informed that but once each mouth Would she be permItted to visit her husband As the months and years rone by this devoted little wOman gave her daya yes and most or her nIghts In an effort to find some way to secure the release of her convicted husband She attended sesaioas ol the State Parole floard and employed eminent eovisel to plead with the Board or Pardons Time after time she heard her pleadings denied but she only redoubled her egorts She studied the laws herself in the hope that- Rome Saw might be found through which the much boped for heedor- nsilht be lala- ed1IIera stidied the ease also 5005 OSt said he believed he could secure a release by habeas corpus A Jadr of the Circuit Court was ap pealed to 1Idupens the showing sde1 granted the writ The prison It was takes to the Cook county Jan ad the faithful wife took new court ieAt 11 oclock each morning Mrs paldlng west rOe her cozy borne In- snbnrb of Chicago to the county Jill In the library foc hour they Ut aid read and conversed like two yonag lovers They had been mar nod lYe years and their oniy honey coi were these hours In prison The mID Is finyelght years old and the bride la still a young woman Yet the labors and grief or the years had brought gray hairs Into her head flere though she was ever cheerful Not once did she let the mID kpow OS the heartaches she endured Every day she wrote a letter and as ehe has soldSGod alone knows how I hue tkorhthd sad aelsh tIer manner szd eiode of living Was It you Tbere was Iim body WJio barahly- Jrtlcletd the actions ci somebody eta Was it iOn Thers was somebody who found otkll1rbat ants is the beloulags of her friends Was It you There vu somebody who borrow abook Cad kept It for months Wu ityosThere was somebody who never stopped to thlnkwho Will hurt by the sarc Was It you There was somebody who day In sad qt4t never did anything to make anybody else happy Was It 19aP OverWork Weaken Your Kidneys hMllhr EJdacrs Make Impure Blood tbebloo4 I urbody p e through 10ur ktno7s once evethreeintnutu A 1blood III ter out the Waite or Impurities In the blood It they aresick or out ci order tbey rl1 tod their work PalMi aches and rheu- mtllm come from ex- cou of uric acid In the blood duo to neglected xsaney rouD- IKidy troub causes quick or unsteady tart bolts and makes ono feel a thoug- Rbs3 hid Iort trouble becao the hurt vpworklar I a pumplllr thick kidney thro VIM and arteries urtnary1oullbut aw modern icience provea that nearly 11 constitutional d1seaps have their begin sing in kidney trou II you are sick ytecsn mlkono miliako first lNtonr ysur kidneys The mild sod thsedtraryeffec1 of Dr Ktlner- swapOOt the rreat kdn y remedy Ia- eos realized t stands the highest for its dsrfuI curOlot tko molt distressing cases rid Is sold as i4snfit3- by tidtsUats Is fit t aU iL- a Yu IsW have a mail JIu rindItLantte this paper when writing Dr Kllm- orColllnpamtooN Y Zeip u ta Tssr Boa propISYRUPIt acts gently but effectually on- tIrukidiieysiIverandI bowel will kee- pyerystemJngoodworktngp order and i yoSi complexion clear I For sale byJ Th08AlIe RosineKy- e vt tllSS U bathed sheet alter sheet of paper In tears before I was able to complete a letter that would not let him know how fearfuL I was that tJ1Y hopes had been forever dashed to pieces The habeas corpuicase was heard Three judges eat In Judgment nd decided that Splldlng was not cull tied to his libetty They laid be must to back to the penItentiary sad awaIt the action of the Pardon otPa rote Board The faithful wife oat ihis side and when the cruel words came she wept The prisoner arose lila face white and his yoke iearcely- audibleand asked hli rtara to be do lured out day that tie IIIlcilt sgAa- lay an affectionate tiewetp the woman who had been so loyal4 The egal represethtfte of the State or Illinoise raised so thjeetion to any delay Pleadings and tCars could riot move him and tlse request of the condemned alas wAs denied It was then 6 oclock In the alter noon and before midnight Banker Spalding was on a train speeding away to prison The lalthrlll wife returned to her home disconsolate nil almoat distouragedSShe sat other dash and busied her self with figures She Sound that the legal battles hd sapped her little fund that WIIUVed to her five years ago Work must be her portion She must again go forthin the world to earn her dally bread Her mind was Soon made up and the next day she wept Into the city to seek em ployment The hud of a large met cantlie establishment gave hera po- eition and there she toils from 830 In the morning until 6at vight It la late when she teaches hn suburban homebut before she sleeps she rnust needs write a cheering message to the husband who is locked away from liberty and herLoulsvllle Post Avoid an drying inhalants and use that which cleinses and heals the membrane Elys Cream Balm is such a remedy and cures Ctarrh easily and pleaDtiy CoM In the head vanishes quickly Price 5o cents at druggists orby mail Catarrh caused difficulty itt speech and to a great extent loss of keariag By the use of Elys Cream palm drop plag of rnucni bas ceased yolc and hearing have greatly Imprond1 V Davidson AUt Law fon mouth Ill I CA xi OnEBtstb IhsIhdYsHeaMaii I F- Programme Of Teachers Meeting to he held at Olaton December 6 1902 Organization Welcome AddressMiss Zella Ly one ResponaeJ D Stewart History 5 How teach Current Eventsl- ADuff 1 How tech DtulIIM Lena Miller RecItationMiss Ola Hoover Spelling How THehI JI Hoover Nature StudyMiss Ruth Shults Grammar DtagrmlugW S SandbaehRecitationMba Jessie Yaley Noon Roll call answered by quolatlo- nGeographyA M Acton PhysiologyJ C Lawrence How Teach Compound Numbers Wm Park How teach ComposlUonMIII Lou Hoover Row teach Long DlyllloaJ D Stewart How teach Begininers percentage Will Lewellen teceu DcoratloublStbool Room sad Keeping up Play Groundi E Mltchel County Graduation tll Comm n- SchootJ A Duf- fReclbtlonlIlsa Ruth St flair How teach Primary RIac1lallIll1 Len Bennett Mila Pbyl lcsProf Warren Pay tonAdjournment LEnA MILLER V P 5 A druggist naturally prefers to sell a good articlehe makes the same profit as on an inferior preparation hence they universally recommend Rmons Liver Pills and Tonic Pel lets In this locality this mild power modern treatment has almost at tgether superceeded the old style drastic liver pills A cute for const- iptIon and biliousness without any griping purging sickening sensation I whpt people have been looking for 25Co J H Williams o NauV CATARRH la Ili its slips tkKe- ibeald bu deaolLs- wlslys Cream BalM- deasmsootheia1dbiX the dIsua4- Itc0rctrrhinddiYeS lIIba J awsvacoldintbsbu4qthiy VnlUl1 Dab I isto tllIIMIrla Ipisad tar the msabrasl aol II RIUSiS tm mediate and a CIIN foflows It II sot diytegdos Dot pr4au soMaing tars Ilsto II outs is Dnli- tete or b mall I WS11I2SC5tI1 maIL ELY BROTUZRSII Warns 8tZWt New Tosk- hand Sale For Taxes By virtue of Tax s due iDea Slier Ufol Ohio countyEy I will on the 5th day olJanusry29fl3 expose to tiublic sale at the Court House door I n Hartford Ky the following lands viz rpa CINCT NO5 AetM Tax plarte Mra Clemml 65 7 84 ClemEnts J W 30 546 46iaaleFarmer WA 6375jI- IUrN n 50 4 n- UlI1l1toaLucladaW ss 265 Johnson Jones 12 3 9 oMuffiUNelghboraBen 70 431 Pool Mrs Eliza J 32 317- Royalj H an 375- Satltent Sam i s9 550- SpencerJS 49 66 Sutton Virgil L 45 546 WeeterSeld CD 46 546 p mCT NO 18 Bssharn Earnest 90 9O0 Carden Jno S lji 295 DeWitt Mil 9o 5 50 Egan Geo W ztown lot In Pordavllle 5 50 Bakrldge Ida W S 255 GueuChas I town lot In Pordsville 4 00- Hal1el Henry A 65 S5o Head Ben J 127 880- HeddlnMra Mary 904 3- 5HeLMrsAD 10011 35 Johnson MrsLlzzie 86 670 1I0rlo Will H 90 945 Miles Mrsjosephiue rot so 20 MItclieJ Leozor o 41 6 65- PerrUloa R N j In 6oo RobeyJuoW 385 Sapp lira Phoebe 45 380- SuiithJnoff o 13f 1480 Smith N B zoo 900 Smith Mrs Mary Bi4 8o 10 2Q- Smltb MiaSallie 24 3 25 Spraugle Mrs Jane 40 325 Storms Mrs Mary U I town- tot in PordsvilleS 740- Trulllaa T N e 55 580 Wedding MrsMatte a town lot in Pordiville 565- WellLareW 75 6oo paEcInCO 19 1130HCoffee J S ar 3 25 Cooper Jacob JO 3 25 Davidson J L z town lot of Pordsville 6 6- 5Jdt Joseph 170 790 Johnson C W 40 6 6- JohusonWM 2 665 Johnson MrsSarals 27 32- 3ZettonARCo 6o ia8 Monte J W 50 5 30 MurphYJ R 50 6 65 Perry J w 70 550 Pool Loyd 20 490 Reynolds J M So 9 80 Rey old Wm P 30 5 o- RushDsnPuasi 350 Tttlman Wm C 86 900 Wade PtanMQt77 1005 Whltter C H io6 171 7 Baker Mrs Ruth 25 440 Board Mrs Emma 87 1305- Coppage R P 87 6 8o- CoppsgeJ P 81 65o- CroweHT 115 435- PoremanDtidiy 64 6oo Kirby H G 42 830 Lamar C W z 3 70 Shults MS 038 815- Shultz J lot 3O 815 Tanner R A 2 3 fo Wade GT 92 i6 5S Wade ED a So 780 Williams W Hz town lot inNarrowsS 665- CrdeDj J P 3K 315 625IPcttyPred 9U 7 15 RoblnsonJo 27 380- SharplIF 100 8 55 Wilson Wm C 25 4 90 BtckettSM 100 9 50- Drlatow DB 100 900 PEECINCT NO 20 Bsixe Ed P 70 10 50 Beavin H L 120 8 Ic Bickett Wm T z town lot In DeanfieldS S 50 DatlettJnoR z20 8c Brown Henry ilot In Denfield 435 Bray Celestin adrnr of Win Brsy 50 4 S- cChurcbWan 6o 78S Crowe Isaac 33 67c- Dunss J V 30 96e Evans Wm S 1 7 5 50 Evans Miss AlvIra Ic6j 781 Evans MreEmnia 44 375- Fuqu L P 6o 5 5 i GteerJM 2 355 Gllluplel ides Mary A 9 7 8 Hamilton itt L S 65 1110 Hubert T J i86 II 3- Ilaynes If M z house and lot Iu DeI tield 71 5 Haynes H W 49 9 1 5 Haynes Jno H 33 841 Huff JnoJ Ilotld Duafield 665 Hamilton C adnur 0Mil nillfodbyAI May 134 15 S5- KeUi Tigent forRLCRnDon I torn lot In Desneficid S S5 MoiuioiiMrs U T 21 490 THIRTEEN DOCTORS FAilED JIrs 1I A Close oflfebraska Wa Cured IOf IncipIent Consnmptlon After All Medical Aki had PailedBeatt HerLctfur I MRS lVL A CLOSE 1 dUKutacy NJ oIfIlj JffDr 6 B liarimaw Columbus Obo D I Doctorf iilieto exiir to ybsv ayL51L t A terast jou hay shows ill yewse and Ier tJ t1mefra14aa4adk Wildt has effected a curt ofas bad a case o as couU H waN 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written by Stephen Co1llils Poster s resIdent of PcaDlyl- vaala while he and his sisler were 00 avlslt to Judge Soil Rowa a abort distance east of Bsrdstown One beautiful mornIng while the darles were at wptk inthecorufieldaan4 the sun was shining wIth a znJghty spIcy- dot on the waving rassfirstgiving It a color or light red then chmiglng It to a golden huethere was seated upon a bench In front of the Rowan homestead two young people brutb er and Ii slIter iligh tip In th top of Ii tree ws a mocking bird warbling its syet notes Over In the hidden recesses ofa sml1ll bush the thuah- neflow song could be beard Al1umo bet oslDal1aegro children were play- Ing not lat awy When Poster bad finIshed the first verse of the song his sMer took It from bin hand and sang In a sweet mellow voice The sun shines bright on my old Kentucky home gayTheIn the bloom theIThe youni folks toll on he little cab In Boor AR merry nIl hippy aIt1zlglit- Bytn by bard tlmo conJISrlkI1ockla atthedo- Then wy old Kentuckybow gQ night On her finishing the first velae the niocking bIrd drceqdedto a lowel- I bough The lcther IOagslcf dret his head to onesIde and appeared tc- I be completClyeflrApture4 at the won derlul voice of the ydung singer When the last sweet ole had die awayupon the air bet fond brotbel- I sand la a deep bassvoice Wetp no morc my tad oh weep nl moretodan Well slDgone son 01 the old Ken tucky borne trot our old Kentucky home far way The darkies had laid down ibeir ho and rake the little totatad pIiced themselves behind the I2rgc sbelteri lag trees while the old black oznen were peepln around the cotuerofthe house The faithiul old house dog never took his eyes oil Use young singers Everything was still not even the stirrinigof th te ts med glathethe nmainIng dtea aid uag4ins- weet accents the reinaisdec of the song As the song war finished tears jew ed down the old dagkies ckatk the chIJ4rtipt iln thik4ltagpl- aces behind the trteJIti J wreath dlasinlles th Mo kJIt4and the tbtuahOulh kelr I the thicket while theold dog still lay basking in the aua 11M r IilrlltlcQfl I r Damn lag sod Possa w ty5 ChClcrlallca1I II = wokmoihlp lad srdstac- Luauy w sicti iii tbd podoc i1oIiimtIN1LET3MA1GflIITOU N r tOM U1d Anbsiq- patiuj5arms It 1o So Gild Ssiputp- atiirIOIMti Su IIJ ROMGt1tdn dOlhltI Iodlo r u =JfTrill lit sat ctit1tc Slag CIg- mPl4GQ14JII IIII kind Said 0 IbI Iabonlt DICNIItr OP IIA1tII Hii- 504505W NartetL LIMIIIWLLIoIY I OA1OftBIUl- lQae IlpatUl of SOMETENW1ONO rnETIAcIiIa w pal aver lasT aba4- Ms bqZiSbII II lt- JaIQttrlll Wed watclil npliICbiTS DOIell155dsTtal PScusti274- t Ie 0t frt Catihe ci- u J8v1b7 aid dwi1 It = IIITS =r IARNrS CO 1eabn uS Mi1iti1106 W MarbC- LOWVILLBo St KY AN OLD COLD Is Oatarrhand Catarrh Leads to ConsumptionS r1llndeno7 f iatarh ofths head SI pass downward through the bros- shisi sbst Ike lung An1 ea 1Ih- eW ked eatarrh of the head for a year o- rar lads the diaai ira4ua11T pro rotsj dwwr Ii IOm cia the pIOIftIIlI riptlf d1a 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oola a UDe Calb hi dvanc MNoVNOEMZN1 For lHUe teator We are authoiu4 toannoDne nON A 8 flCNETT al ft eaa ldate for Stat Dator front tbo SlTefltb oatortal DItrlctlObloct to the ctJoc of the ltepabbcao party ForJReprsntaflv- siWe are aDthOrtzed to aacouc DR A PAUKaa a eaoc1ldala for Upreintatlytr Ohio eoantT sobct to thi action of itlle 1te- pUcn party Ware authorized to aDDoDDce OEO1 lAD nox aa a eaac1lala for lteprMOataUn from Ohio county sobject to Ui acuoi of tII nopal HCAD pt7 TOE second meeion of the Fifty IOveathCongresa convenod at Wail ington Monday Wni the Hartford Herald kindly oblige uainita next wne with a plain uivarnebed definition oi a trust A beautiful remembrance of tbe- pwing ofaectional bate will bo ti portraits of Lincoln and Lee hanging aide by lide in a Misssaippi iIaU Fame TIlE Herald says one candidate in a State conventionpresumably Stn- tor Goebelspent16b000 Ii- 1Siale a convention Will it pleue state wliat ho bought with the money7 TOE Fiscal Court will meet the first Monday in January If there is anybody in Ohio county who feels an- intenst in the improvement of our public roads he should go before the court and urge it to take some action in the matter AFTER reading Mr Ringoa odito- riaJ in the Herald thu week Jaui lug to the skies the primary methc of selecting Democratic State dates one wonders why he did ni vote for It at the meeting of the Slate Central Committee UREY Wooraoic said three years ago that the wealth and intelligence of Kentucky were going to rule the State and from reading Ureys paper now one concludes the wealth or the Democrats In Kentucky wu ruUng the Democratic party TOE rugged hon sty of President Roosevelt has won for kim the confidence not only of the financiers but of the great common people of the country and if the present prosper ous businese conditions continue until J004 his election to succeed himself will not be seriously opposed TOE vote of Mr Bingo in the State Central Committee meeting against a State primary and his editorial utter ances in the Hartford Herald this week commending it reminds the reader of Moores sarcastic relerence to the American patriots rh patriot frooh from Freedom coalltl corn Now pleased reline to lILA bll harM at bomi MR BEN D Rzzoo could Kreatly strengthen popular respect fcr his pol- itieal1ntegrity by giving out a lignod statement harmonizing his vote in the- State Central Committee meeting against the calling of a State primary with his editorial utterances in the hartford Herald this week in euppor t oF it TOE negroes of Ohio county Ihould not forget that when a negro want ouee the court house for a public entertainment an order of the Fiscal Court forbids it but when a local company headed by a Democratp Wants to use this same court house the Democratic County Judge opens the doors TOE Hartford Herald very graciously assumes to advise certain Republican aspirants for office to con suit the office holders trust at their headquarters before announcing theIr candidacy Will the Herald be generous enough to the aspirants referrod tiN to name the official or officials in charge of the office holders trust to whom they may refer their cavdidaoy7 PEOPLE who go to Owensboro over the Illinois Central railroad shouldI take a lunch along and decltee to spend a dollar in that city until tbe authorities lay a decent pavement from the depot to the street car line We editors of course take a cab but an other ise comfortable ride h- spoiled by the spectacle of bankers anti other Indigent people wading t- ball leg deep in the mud o REcENTLY when Judge Miller reo fused the use or the court house to a negro minstrel doinpany for nQ otheri eon tban that they were negroes the Hartford Herald trotted out an order of the Fiscal Court requiring the Judge to refuse the use of the curt house for public entertainments At the court house tonight a farceS comedy company will give a cutertalnmentVe will wgera basket of ginger snaps that the Herald does not reprcduco the Fiscal Cgurt order referred to io the next Issue- IN the gray and gold of etertiity dawn the brightest crown will not adorn the head of that christian wh has clunK to the mountains crest and scofl dot the erring souls below bu rather that of th pious soul wb o would for the moment forego ILe- lunshlDe and the eons to lend a strengthening hand to some Teak groveler in the valleys twilight ThI roorlo Wflot a priwary and till can dl ale hQ ltllt IaJI by soch a poelo tlouthath I not willing to submit bla- daIna to a lair npnelon of th yoter- eflInoe editorial In the fletMd Was Mr Bingo not willing to sub mit the claime of his candidates to a lair expr of the voters at the polls when he voted against a Stat a primary or if ho people wanted a primary as he states why did he vote against it7 TOE mucky condition of flarthird streets is a burning disgrace to tb S- tewo for which there is no excuse The rumaeller pay 82000 a year in to thecolelll of the town and tMs- amounLaugmented by a very Ugh t tax would give us good streets Our enterprising business men who have done so much for Hartford in llie past year In the way of new buili- nga and improvements should lake up the matter of street building at once The HeraldCommerclal successo Ieto the Louisville Commercial made ite appearance yesterday It we are Dfto judge it by its initial number w are forced to conclude that it will be what its publishers claim for it a metropolitan paper of the highest rank For a long time the Republicans of Kentucky have felt the need of a party organ such u the new pa per promise to be and it will no doubt meet with immediate and wide spread support Its special lacllitlee for getting news will make it euily the foremost paper in Kentucky r For the third time Thursday tbe Court of Appeal reversed the decis Ion ol the lower court in the Power case and granted the defendant a new regretdon growingDtI the Republican judges often divided in opinion but never once have the DemocratiojurJge failed to aoL assI unit In support of partisan opinions Again hu Judge Cantrtll been justI r rebuked for his sordid political rut ings in the trIals growing out of the Goebel killing XL l to be hoped that Governor Beckham carI find a man for special Judge of tbe Scott Circuit court who Is not 10 blinded and steeped in partisanslip to at least snake a pretense of being docent in the next trial of the unlurl- unte Powers Izt this weeks ipue of fOE Iti- PUBUOAN will be found the annollUco- ment fMr Oeo M Maddox ul Rockport for the Republican ntmi nation for Representative Mr Mud dox h well known to the Republic1ne of the county having been a member of the county committee for many rears Mr Maddox zealous tWuruI for the cause of Republicanism en titles him to a large share of the credit for threversal of a Democraic majority of 600 in Ohio county Ii nominated Mr Maddox would bo IIn easy victor In the legislative race next year RINGO ANEiYHt PRIMARY Mr Ben D Bingo iJa member of the Democratic State Central Com mittee and as such he voted against the calling of a primary election uext year to nominate candidates for State offices Mr Heber Matthews editor or the Hartford Herald was sick and Mr Bingo wrote the editorial for that paper this week He say8- Thepoplelu the party who do the rot log wanted and demoDded a primary Is It riot a little strange that Mr Bingo did not know what his people J wanteda week ago when he al a member of the State Central Commit tee voted against a State primary editoriallyinOn th contrary a prlmlllJ I demanded largely becaoe maD Democrate rmmhr that the men wbo cited oat the Ioudta- gaiast a Stat prlaiary and yell atop thkf bare more than one aided in so maolpalI lag state eoofOolloDi I to entireLy over throw the Iprtele will ol the mijority Does not Mr Ringo here refer to participants in thi Music Hall con ventron and did he not after that convention go out in the country nd swear iiy an the gods that convention was the fairest ever held in Kentucky Again this same Mr Bingo who Toted against thcalling of a StateB prImary editorially in the alda week later Tllo DemoenllI thecountry dlllrict of B theState whore they wantan absolutely fair deal In selecting candidatci and want to aTolti tbeUt whlcr rare aiway attendant upon Stat conyentions are la taior of a tate primary T he action of the State en- tral Committee Incallins the primary hat the hearty approval of th Vomocrate of Ohio county S U this action of the committee has Vfrepresentativeprimary7 Again Mr Bingo says editorially n the Hartford Herald D While there is some opposition to the rrl D marl thin eems to come largely from carDtlllo gentlemen wbd have heretofor oa tinatly conpected with certain unpopuiar IiSiranga member of thc Democratic tate Central Committee who voted against C11lImlt tlnqlrilllury atlwho wlla a delegaieiiou IIIH IJIlIclIce w theMuslo Hall coovculiou t SherIffs Sale for Taxes Continued from first page PRECInCT NO7 Baker Ed W 2 3 22 50o5 ILPDJtCJKCT No8- Blanchafd Chu r6 550 Brown Q B 50 6 00 Brown no M J town lots In Rockpozt 8 95 Curtis J R oItown lot In Rockp rt 5 50 Heck Mrs Mamle B Itown- l tl Rockpott 550 Hughes Riley I town lct In Rockport 7 20 Tilloret Emma S town lot lu Rockporc 6 ec Tunstal Nathan ol ol I town lot In Rockpolt 4 9- vaEcscvr NO9 Bell JIS T agt for Sans Brown moo 55 I Brown Ssndford M 57 490 Brown Clayton 4S 6 6S Brown Mrs Martha I town lot In Rockport 4 9n Brown Mrs Mary B 140 6 7s Randolph J H z town lot In Rockport 5 46 Smith Ilardlu S 0 92 6o Sonthard lillas 3 65 6 65 Vaughn Daniel 5 841 PRECINCT NO J6 AslibyMalln B a6 602- Aahby Jefferson B 34 6 65 Barrett J L 30 6 65 Ashby Mrs Nlnnle B 52 800- BentonJas W I town lot In Centertown 4 90 Brown Hllas 45 780- e Johnson Mrs Nancy I 53 605 Oileby Mrs Siddled 93 4 90 Rowe Wm M no 4 90 Tichenor Lowery W 3 3 7 William Baton 50 66 PECI1C NO 57 WIlliam Mrs Amanda a 3 30 PRECINCT NO 26e 50I1 Davis Elijah so 3 75- Graws 3 B So 7 82 Morris C P z lot In Ceralvo 3 17 PRECINCT NO 27 Hudson W L 20 5 50 SandfordJ W 5 350P- RJtCIOCT NO4 Acton 11 W Ioo 78 5 Acton Thos W So 6 65- Bllnton S B 530 14 80 Baxley C B J93 52 45 Banger LT so 8 90 CoghlllThos z2 4U CootGeo SO ss Cools WmP 52 6 7- Durbimi U B 50 8 I- Pitzhngh JaB aco 53 6c Hineaifrs Satib J 13 891 Johnson Wm 27 435 King Zacharlab n 3 80 King S S I 3 75 Lee Jo 8o 5 55- MlllerD C 3 3 5S Murphy Monroe 527 53 2C PeachAJ 89 34C I Smith Jno 11 Zn 4 00 Stevens I C 53 6 cc Tucker Thos II so 43 TweedellWmn H 36IWedding T 6o 665 Wedding A B town lot In Dundee a 50 6 oo Wedding WS ioo 900 Whobery Win M 9 360 Willis 0 P c 4 50 Wlmattt JuoT 74 66j Wright Jas A 124 920 WysotigJos 535 1420- Wiinsett ChasU in 900 Young Win 6 3 35 Acton Boswell of color 8o 6 cc HInes Luster 2 4 35 Hines Harvy 43 3 2S- LawrenceVirgli 25 4 6o- Lockry T D 3 25 PRnCINCT No6 Bracken J J 43 n 30 Dracken Mrs OT 65 5 65 BeattyMrs SA town lot in Cromwell 4 6o Bracken JnoJ xoo 780- HockerWRW 95 88o ames R II 50 690 James Mrs Dora agent for lames heirs rio 9 20 Kitchen A H 25 3 80 Lake B C 0 83 9 00 Leach Joseph H 0 27 500 McCoy 25 460- Pummer J H 77 5 8o Porter liT So 7 80- SanderCur Jas P agt for Mr- sEJ Sanderlur zoo 4 90 SanderurEP 59 550 Tanner W A iSo 15 30 Taylor Mrs L C J70 1555 Wallace CD 107 5390- Wilsen Mrs Nancy s6 5 55- Dlatcher less coJ x town lot In Cromwell 0 3 8o- rigga Amos I I town lot 111 Cromwell 370- utler n P x town lot In Cromwell 4 Bo Gentry Gee I town lot lu Cromwell 3 70 Moore Henry z town lot In Cromwell S 3 8o- hultz Jack 1 town lot In Cromwell 500- ick P I town lot 111 Cromwell 3 75- FECINCT NO 10 d lbliiJosT 58 780 Awtry Mrs Fannie 40 3 So- alzeWnrW e 100 5or- atcher Isaac 25 3 50 aughertyJK 12 3 i5- Daugbcrty Juo 5o 4 30- augbeztyIIO a- augherty 5 05 Democrat V 125 665 Embry Albert 150 550- Embry MelvIna J ioo 600- Rmbry Lafayette zoo 9 45 Evans Washington i77 7 15 n Evans Joceph 75 9 Evans ElsWOJth 590 7 25 HanerWniHl 50 4 90 house Wm 63 5 15 lames R C l5OwnMf5BllZB 57J3 5o- Keown 3 W 15o ot 5o Msson Lyssus C tsr 7 Phegley Marion jo 4 1- 0Smith Curtis 50 4 30 Taylor Gurley 125 780- Wlllonghby MD n6J 770 Coy John w 100 5 o- Crabb W U S 300 2370 Coy George 13Q 9tx Coy Rebecca 6o 3 fo- Deflart Wru M I town lot 5 So- DeHart Rllza 0 50 31in 05ZEzell Chas D lQ 4 90 Ferguson Sam soc 665 Ferguson Wna R tb 5 So Ferguson Redy 8o 575 Ford Mrs Prlca 8o 4 75 Goff Robt 79 6 00 bakIng V P 5o 4 30 MorrIs Press 25 3 56 Morris S Marlon ao 3110 Peyton Thos o 70 775- Stringfield Thos J 30 i45 Swift S C z town lot Arnold 7 4Q Thomas N B 8J JI Io Wilson Jerry P 40 600 CAL P KnoWN S 0 C ROCKPORT Mr J W Baker of Ceralvo was In town last Saturday Mr Allred Clark of Owensbori was here Saturday Miss Goldonu of Gllhton Ky returned to her home after a week a visit with Miss Anna Ball Messrs Chas Layton and Robert Sneddon went to Hartford last Stin- S day- S MeulII Geo M Maddox and W P Graves went to Livermore WeduelI day Miss Lula Nunely ol Louisville is vlllUng la town this week the gunIt of Mrs D F Gibbs Miss Mary Greenwood of Loul vlUe Is visiting In town the guest i Mrs Zeph Harrel Miss Mmdc Howard who has been the guest of Misses Mable Maddox and Cora Reid baa returned to her home In Central City The free entertaInment given In city Hall on Thanksgiving and the tree oyster supper given by the Improved order of Redmnen of Warsaw Tribe No 73 Rochport Ky was highly enjoyed by a crowded howIs with about 5oo lu number Mr S D Dempsy went to Sturgis yesterday un business Beware of Olntmonts for Ca tarrh that Contain Mercury As mercury will lUely destroy the sense of smell and completely derang1 the whole system when entering ftb through the mucous surfaces u articles should never be used excer t on prescriptions from reputallle phy- sicIans as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the gool 3ou can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Cor Toledo 0 contains no mer- cnry and Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucoue surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggllt price 75C per bottleHalls Family PIUs are the best SMALLHOUS Mr Harvey Igleheart and wife Un ton county Mr C Igleheirt wife and little daughter Mr Clark Iideheart wife and children and Mr John Drake and wile spent the night with their lather B T Igleheart November 27 Mr Robut Hunter end daughter Miss Ethel and niece Miss Lelia Hunter have returned from a trip to Utica Ky they were the guests oC Mrs Jas Trunnell and Mrs Annie Lashbrook while there Mr Ely Meadows and wJJe have moved to Grayson county Mr Bob Bennett Beds was In our midst last week Mr Berry L Taylor and sister Miss Annie D Taylor attended the Quarterly Meeting at Liberty Mr Asburry BIshop died at his home near this plack November2J of pneumonia He was buried thr- followllngday at Island Station He leaves a wile and little babe abo tit three weeks old four brothers and isister to mourn hIs loss Mr Wilbur Flught and brother have returned from a trip to Urayson county Miss Alice Pulkereon who Is attending school at Central City visited her parents Mr and Mrs Bob Pul kerson last Friday Mr Ab Yet er Hartford was theI guest of Miss Owa Maddox last Sun day Rev G H Lawrence who has been quite iii of flUx1s better The infant child ofMr and Mrs SI Elder was burled at Equality last Friiay MrsRobert Hunter has been suffer log greatly the put week with a bone felon I Ct CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought d Dears thodSignature of RICH MANS pmARY And What Some Democratic Pa pers Say of It DRRAKERS AIIUA- D9f course Mr I3eckhanz Is eligible The very chance to say as much will tickle the Republicans nearly to death for Republicans know that any attempt to run the I3eekham Juggernaut over the Denioc racy grthe State wilt cause a ground swell of Indignation compared to which the John Young Drown move ment was but the gentle heaving of a maidens breast If Mr Bekham Is the good citizen we believe him to be he will lay his ambition upon the al tar of his partys best Interests and say Choose ye from the others whom ye will have to rule over you Princeton Banner WilY NOT Jf Mr Beckham wantsJo Immortal- Ize himself why dont he call an e- xta sessIon oltbe Legislature and have a law passed authorizing the State to pay the expenses of the primary electlonsMaJfi Messenger Th people do not urge anything against Governor Beckham but the common expression Is that they see no reason to take a man of very corn znoncascity and whose eligibility is at least questionable end make him the nominee of the great Democratic party ot Kentucky when there are hundredl ot men In the State much better qualified and whose eligibility cannot be questioned This seems to be a conlervatlce and sensible vIew of the matterMarlhal county Dens ocrat As for Governor Beekhim he with a salary of S6500 a year and ties honserent for three years ten months arid twentyseven days can also well afford the assessment especiilly as he has numeous appointees to assesi from 50 to 200 each to make up his share of the expense buts with the man without the cash It- C Is different The average candidate may be prepared to spend 2500or 3no tn his enivae I hut whenlie is expectad to Invest this much alone In the primary fXpnltll It glvCI him pause and he may conclude to quit And this is why the prlmray was call ed It was advocated only by Stats Houe officers now Ilr wlngI8alrleJ of from Jooo to f6SIO They expect ed to freeze out the man without the cash and will be the effect Owensboro Messenger The Powers Case The COurt 01 Appeals Jadges Hob son White and Pynter dissenting yesterday reversed the decision of the Scott Circuit Court in the case of Caleb Powers charged with complicity In the Goabel assassloaUQo conspiracy and remanded the cue for a nw trial The chief ground of reversal was the failure ofjudge Cllntrllt to vacate the bench alt r the 611ng of the dere- ndantsffidavlt cllllming that Judge Cantrllt was prrj1dltld against him The admllslonoC certaIn evIdence la also held to he In error The opinion was prepared by Judge ORur The dissenting Judges dId not fie1 ml Dority opinion and probably wilt not write one e Lyons Laxative Syrup bsolntelybarmless thekidneys bowel I curCI eon itipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and mska the blood pure An Ideal remedy for children as as adults For sale by J Thus Mien PosineXy I have opened up Jewe2y and Watchmaking headquarters In the CIty Restaurant Jhrttord and am prepared to do all kinds of work In- linemv All work guaranteed according tri contract 1 am located hre permanently anl will appreciate your patrotiage WILL STEVErS or CouatpntiOn- TakoLots Laz4tIroa7rv I on Ieircmeol or ssitislicasslItoIskeeiiiIertocuyiiaimicuuuderaucirriunstices Nc870ZReport of the Condition of the FIRST NRTIONIIL BANK of Uartlp1 lIt UuUrd IU1he State of Rentucky at the elM of hus- iucsNu 25 19 2 IIsQUIICEII loans and IcoaollHf616IU11J8 DondstucadtcnIation 550000- 0Oyerdrafteeecurd and unsecurednon 123700hbtalnsultaDae from National sianks loot treaty aoIHDue from State flanks and Uaner Die from epproved treery1 agent 101201- 8tbecb and otbr ruh ltem taos iotee of uther National Daokt 61500 Fractional paper currency nickie andeNatlwHW- wrtr 440 fOUl nann III UUIt I- SSpecIaHSIOULegal tender I 464551- raotes 2100J Redemption fond with V a Tresen- rerSpercentof tlrnlatloo 321000 TOTH 10775145 1TADILITIES- CspiI4i stock paid la UIIOOOO- O8arpiDi fallllH 200000 Undivided profit IH ripener and taxee paldHONHHH2UUS NaUollai flank notes outandlllgH 21100000 Do to ittati flanks and DAobreH ii4ndividual deposits subfct to chick Utl1i8T- IID coruScate of deposit 204521- 9B T TL4Ii 1111rll4 ltatao KentackY ounty ollhlo J R I rc ItiiejCaablcr bS ihoaboo named Lank eolDlIIJr swear that tile bore statement I tothbret of my kn6wiede and berf c iJ CrIULICT Calblor- flabcrlbitl nndawornto beforpio thti rot- haofoVf0J f tIOLLT1 Rirr Notary Public 64 tommlseion expire FebmA7 10190- 0ConhrcrAtteit Z WyJZ Onlrnlf II IIIAEaNi Olrectonl VJIIHOAPM I WorryAlmo5t Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrM11o3Honrt Cure and Nervlno Cur dMe It has been fls year sinca I was cured of heart trouble byyour Heart Cure and Nerv Inc and I am Just U soulld aL a dollar In that today For several I had been Ufferfn my heart I3reathan had become short and difficult at times shortsharp plns about the heart lometlmu accompanied with flutteringwould make me eel faint end lan i ezOte unnerTeIme worse sit the time and alter trying many remedies b physicians without obtaining relief waaodoced to your remedle a trial I was relined tile eec dy and alter liking three or four bottles aU symptoms were removed sad have never showed of retumInaRzv Gao W KlucoPl Chlncoteaaue Va There are 01 beutdluau which so resemble those more cora moo nervous disorders u to frectUelltJYlDb lead tile attendiDS physIcian in cues of heart trouble tb Iomacll kidneys liTer or lungs become aBetted the syip00ms may be those 61wekned nerves sa feeling leepIessnes5 timidity the patientIs- eaiily inS to cause the hut suspicion that sour beaztIwss stidyyoujsymptoras sad begin the use of Pt the cleat heart wd blood tonlewtthoutadsys delay An druaJst sell tad lI1antee Scsi hot tie Pr Miles Remedies bend free book on NerToos and Heart Dlreui Addrua Dr Miles Zled1el Co Elkhart md I I FOSTER GROSS An OhIo County Tough Gets Two Years In the Penat Ilawesyfile Poster Gross a well known crln1l nal to whom Ohio county gave nativity near Magan about thirty years ago Will given two years la the peniJ- tentiary for burglary in the Hancock Circuit Court last week Gross name appears frequently upon the crimInal records of Ohio county having been charged with every crlmeupou the calendar from pettit larceny to murder lie was arialKntd In the Circuit Court here three year ago charged wIth the murder of Prank Burke but the court adjudged that the evidence wu not sufficient to convIct hIm Gross la regarded here as the most brutal and conscienceleks prisoner ever confined In the Ohio county Jail He has repeatedly when In Jill here destroyed his clothIng along with the bedding Is his cell and baa gone for days at a time a nude u a newborn rat Those who know Gross will regret that the Jury was not ably to give him a life sentence and thus rId society ofa crimInal parasite o Bradburn Maie Judge Prankfort Ky Dee 3 Judge Warner B Settle of Bowling Green who defeated Appellate Judge Guffy In November today sent to Gov Beckham his resignation M Circuit Judge and the Goveror named as his successor B W Bradburn Mr Bradburn was already a candidate for the long term and his appointment has caused a sourness among the friends oC his opponent Judge y B Wilkins which Is likely to manifest Itself In no Imall degree In Warren county politics in the near Suture LeadingJewelersten out a New Catalogue embracing everything In the Jewelry line II you want a handsome artlc1e suitable lot a Christmas present at most reasonable prices write for or a call logw 132 W Market Strut Louis vUle Ky zt- 1ROBYflOTEL T QUISENBERRY PrOpi Best 100 Hotel in the City YJur Patronage Solicited in FreeSrfcll St Owenboro Ky U Cumberland TELEPHON AND Telegraph Col- oeorporated Theres wIlling the matter lth my husines I have the Cumberland Ttlephne In my resided c and ptaeeol hurinei My businCIbh Increased atid JDY wUe8voc i nev heard to grumble about the Tale phone Yours for good sezvlceand gentlemanly competltlo1 C p NOWhIN M ht DRINK OLD JOE it1f i The Best YjhlskyOnEarfh5 For Bate by Henry Nail Hrtlford Leo Chlnn Hartford hA- radley RockportJasEpoy- ondor R W Raglal1d Horse Branch PERKINS MANNiNCO DISTIlLERS 4 OweassboroILy ooSrOEloBeAr the You Hate Ahtr JS BSfiiI B1pitll1 cC1ho aoct rI w 1 If 41 New CloaksII Ii The latest Fall Styles 41 i Are rriving daily We want you to listen t J to our talk Itmeans That wo have things T- toaytq yok and tllatWc can lielpyou in 41 your buying We are looldng to your inter est as well as our profit We have the goosJs E prices that will sell themitOJ5cUat E 11 Dry Goods Clothing Shoes tis furnishing Goods 1 lt And werythingto bo found in nn uptodnto Dry Goods and Clothing Store We also hl1vo an ole giint limp of Mattings Curtains Et- ckYOUI SUIT IS READY e o Y1iynottoklay Viywouldnht tltty bo ngiiOd timotq tlropjii andeolecttli it Wintor SuiUhnt you icod Want something swell Come and look aton our Iiiicf1QQ9 260nJ1 1600 Smts No risk l j ofipf missing any zvfaalijdns it you buy your Cloth fti singhoro The Praoefor Millinery E P- Vhy l is it THE place j Because throughout t oft = senrop we givo our customersjut what they want for waS little money I1S is consistent With the quality of II r oods heso CU8tOrnOS tOll tjiei friends and they como and buyorus Wohl1Yo n finonssorti flOnt Of8a13S nnttriminS8 Pattern Hate stlpo- rioi1 instlo and finish Beautiful Millinery for ov- czybody iit Cornsee our stock Wo will save you n monoyE EHZ5heEcononiy E41i t rMRS S RA COLLINS SMITH Propr 44S ra 0 I I I I Sto Vo S I cOME 4 Tb OUR STOREI The Greatest Showing of Nobby Suits c alld1 SWell Oercoats r i This ja tho cl1gape t bcof GOOD goods over E brought to thI8 lity Como aiidsco bow cheap wo arc soiling good OLOTHES SuiUl flhlclOyorcoat8 atofl 41i 75O 100012OO apl 1500 that will = stand the testor hardwear 1w111 give tho customer thosatisfacttoii of kiicwiii the stylo and fit is right E and we positively gunrnntc the price to bo lower itlian s loqnliticsnro sold I1nywhero AU kinds ofpow h sne v Hats Swell Neck E swear obby Shirtsand good Unlorwcar e BringUsthat BOy Youvt tl4ught youdJie to sco clothes that would 1 hold poqttn1aioLhy ifrcrenco how squiny n1d wrggyho mnybl we liavo Clothes made to stand tho train lttsortofdressy ranIy styles for tim = littlo foUows t t 1 Oyercoats for Boys tt Prqlodt MoUior wlio are careful buyers and pnyt full attontioi to styIo quality nndpx ce rtnd wapt- a= last1n2QYERO AT east do very weUo look t= verdurli C A ta ofi 1 c 6 1 ofi Ito u i Yous Cor rrade Mt iSAM 4ij 1L4iQJD 1 L 0 it JltpuU Is Good 4 SI r Push Is BetterIt But Push and Pull togethermakQ the wheels t of bug pushinforsome bargains in our Handkorchiof stock Five dozen extra value mad of well fintahed lawn onehaU Inch prlntet border good fast colors a regular arUe price se Tea dozen of the most ItapJe show la one hdf loch hemstltched borders aural polka dote assorted a IIandkerchie well worth rsooar low price roc each three dozea 2t2rTOW4ttlp Moarning Uaitdkercl1lf made of At cheap enough at our apeclal price 5c Ladles solid color black oDe hsll h ch hemstitched border elaborately 4 trimmed In corner with white open work SwIM embrotder Y made oat of sheer soft material worth a3Out prIce b t5c i Ladles pure whltelfandkerchleta all roar corners handsomely eabrold ned made out of good materialonly e We are showlug a complete llne of I1l11dktrchler from SC to a5c- Qualltlea are far letter than those you unlaUy buy at these prices Take a qualityiOur LInEn DepartmentOur big special Ii a cotton hack Towel made of bat quality hack heavy woven patterns IIId beetle lib with heavy stripe borders size 19z39 Indusour I low price b 25C pair Oar special value to a half lluea buck Towel blBsise will bleached good selvage aIde with tutkeyred border a goOd serviceable Toweljuice to 5oc pair Besides these fow specials dont forgot that wo are the largest exclusive dealers in Dry Goods Clothing Trunks Millinery Shoes Etc in Y Hartford Our Qualities are the VERY BEST Our PRICES are NEVER BEAT EN The place is Ifaadkerchleb roc our each patterns Ibades Ladies border materiale roc one roc Mena Scotch fin aoe l1y tO fci ce I Owsnsboro KyYaleattetbetweTltsadnollnr 11tsttnnosatrestotoek itsdgvutertot Ohio eoaatp pHpM JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor V Blllowew Mtkei Chronic Inv1JdtW- MD iltw Ia tofpW aM tall to to trakt- b ham Sias tM ObelIstnMU pesos tls wean eosaapfte btaanesa II bdrM tsars u4 malaria nIe s1137 ruas i feu gs awla- Cis right beef sad lfuis Naas cork M ills alga sLasr II A s rirAH1o w i ETS toasts tbs ther sseepatwaira tees- tr r lcsuhr 1D day eot rieMS sad vs ryou see M eendingtp bed piw- UI beu briar yor Oats than Sample he For ale eraU deaHn 1 For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky ft J lf tt 1 s THIRD FLOOR RILEY BUILDING s 3 RTFORD KYModern equipment Personal instruction Actual business I Rogular night classesopenn to aU Aid tQ positions Tuition Bookkeeping course 30 Shorthand course 30 Com bined course 40 Board 2 to 225 Typewriters furnish odfreo to all shorthand students may enter at any time We continuo the entire year Spring term opens Janu ary 12 1903 1 Write for CATALOGUE RH HANKINS Pres E W PATTERSON tc8 Aint You Got 00 Home7r Or are you not MtWIed with the home you have Do want to make a change Then take advantage of the o Law Round Trip Home Seekers fir One Way Slituan Rates i1 3 OfERED BY TilE LouisvilleHenderson 6 StILKy J he fWorldiFair Line To the Wert BoatLwut Ti ets oIsle- tirat1 and Tuesdays of each m thup to and Including A rt121 Aekforytee sLJIBWIN Genl Pass Louisville Ky i GEQtGARRETT Traveling PassAgt 1 fjill Aii Kinds of Job Work t rNEAfLY DONE AT THIS OlcFICE Itching SkinDistress by day and night That the complaint of those who are so unfortunate ae to bo afflicted with Ecrema or Bait Rheumand out ward appUcaUona do not cure They cant The source of the trouble la In the bloodmake that and this seal leg burning itching akin disease will dlNppear I wal taken with an itching on my arms which proud very QUegreeaDle 1 concluded It way melt rheum and bought a dopeghavegIDA Eo Waan Cove Point MeL Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills e rid the blood of all impuritlee and cam I aU eroptlone- e Hartford Republican PRIDAYDBCBMBBR 5 1 r TweddeU makes good meat Try hIm tf Prults of all hinds at City Raetan rant ScJuater Floating Studio Is at Hartford City Restaurant for everything good to eat Mr Rowan Holbrook was la Owens born this week Call on S T Barnett Co for Pickles and Kraut- Celebrated Arizona Stoves lor sale by W S Tinsley- Mr Loull Grant of Barrette Pert livery sick of flux- Nicest Cakes and Crackers lu town at City Restanrant poi an up tolate melt or lunch go to City Restaurant Tile teat line of lists for men Is found at Larson Cos- Nlc t Prulta Nuts and candies in Hartford at Restaurantity Overcoats of the latest patterns and shades are at Carson Coe- Ma Geo I Lee of Sunydsie Is the mother of a brand new girl Mr FUbuh Reufrow Is building a palatial residence at Narrows MrsHenry o Sulphur Sptlllll la very low of consumption Mr J G Williams and family of Rockport have moved to Uendenon Call on W S TIOIley for fresh famlly Groceries Hardware and Roof lug We want aU your produce High eat market price paid at Carson CosPresh Oysters constantly oa hand at City Restaurant and served la any style Mr James Sullenger has been sick for seven days but was better yesterday NIcest Cheese Sausage Dried Beef and Crackers la Hartford at City Restaurant When la Ualttord get your meals at City Restaurant Flrltclass In every respect A lull line of choice Groceries always Oft hand at Carson Cos Free delivery See T J Turley Co for the best Penclug Wire rnanufctured at a 25 hundredMr Nan of Sacramento has bought the 8 to Pulkerson livery stable at Rockport Tile present week has been very favorable to the farmers for muket tug their tobacco Five tbousandlogs lu Caney creek will be floated to the Evansville mark et on the present rise The Hartford postoffice wilt be raised to the dignity of a Presidential office the first of the year Those persons needing Furniture wilt save money by coming and get ting prices from Carson Co Just received a new lot dress goods each pattern a beauty Prices at rock bottom CARSON alt Co Tile mOlt perfect and easiest fitting Is the extedcdalde Ameriam Beauty Corset P C Brand Carson at Co sole agents Mies Norma Green daughter of ESQ W L Green died of pneumo ala at her home at Burette Ferry Saturday morning W L Douglas and Walkover Shoes for men are thebcat A guar sntee on ever pair Said only by Carson Co R L Tweddell II now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guar fteed Mill located eouth end iron bridge Hartford Ky tf The Baptist church at Olaton will be dedicated next Tuesday Rev Fred Hale of Owensboro will conduct the ceremonies Constipation Doesyour head ache Pain back of your Bad taste in your mouth Its your INer I Ayers Pills arc Uverpills They cure constipation headache dyspepsia oat All druggists want roar tnOlUlacM or beard A beaDUf1l1 brown or rich btekt Then we BUCKINGHAMS DYEWhth era II on O Dn n a R K l a to MYMYMN Slim Bach wants your furs Sam Bach pays highest cash prices for lure If you want your tuts to bring a good price take them to Sam Bach Hartford Highest cash prices paId FOR SALEA scholarship In Cent tral Business College Hartford Ky for sale cheap Call on or addresa this office Sheriff C P Keown went to Fran fort Monday and made his final settle meat for the year with the Aadlto- and got his quietus Come to Carson Co and see lb elegant display of ladles readymade skirtsall sizes and colors CARSON Co Par the bast line of Sporting Goods In the way or Shotguns Sbelle e call at our Store at the right price T J Tuuuw Co Ihave a foar horae power engIne also one corn husker and shredder for sale D L D SANDERBDR 173t Beaver Dam Ky On account of our figures ranlag short we were not able to ret In aU the lead sales for tAxes this week The balance will appear next week Dont forget that we are the larger clothiers In OhIo county and handle only hlghgrade garments AU good qualities guaranteed CARSON Co A big line of Ladles Shoes Just In P W Minors treadeasy Is the latest pattern that Can be bought on the market Every paIr guaranteed CARsON Co For the best Hating end Cooking Stoves that will always keep your wife In a good humor and your chil dren happy get the famous Anchor Sold only by T J Turley Co Call on Armendt Wedding Dundee Kyor anything you need la the General Merchandise line II you dont see It ou our counters we will order It for you AJUutNT WEDDINO Dundee Ky The Hartford Dramatic Company will present the Corner Store at the companylasupervision oCDr Jesse Ban and will give a show tonight more interesting and end entertaining than many of the city entertainments goodhouseThe fruit patty given at the New Commercial this week Is reported to have been a success la every parties tar It was given by the following young men vlz Messrs AUils Pat me R R Riley Leslie Cooper Ches ter Stevens R H Hanklnl Virgil Cooper and J Y DeWeese The young lady guests were Misses Eva Brown Bessie PaIr Belle Ntarner Florence Morton Lizzie Sanderfur Margaret Marks and Laura Morton rSheriff Keown asks us to say for him that he regretted the necessity whIch compelled him to advertise la this Issue of TUB RJllUDLJCAN theS sale of property for taxes but beinga compelled to settle with the not having the money himself he had no other way to raIse the money He asks us to say also that It may be possible that some errrors occur but that he will cheerfully correct them If they do occ- urTwenty pounds ofwhite- B Sugar for 1 at the New Cash Grocery MarrIage Uraese Mr J A White Adaburg to Mfa Myrtle Ralph Adaburg Mr Alvla Keeton Reynolds to MIlS WillIe D Royal Reynolds Mr W J Wllllama Rockport to Miss Nlta Depmsey Echols- In County Court R D Brooks n S Sanders S J Tichenor J F Wilson and and R P Ton were appointed Trustees of theI Town orMcHenty John W Day J P Pike Henry Vogal J E Raml and O D Moor man were appointed Trustees of the Town of Deanfield L L Sandelur was appointed guardian of Myrtle Sandefur On motion of Mrs Ella Bishop Clinton J Igleheart was appoInted administrator of the estate of S A Bishop deceased BARRETTSFERRY Messrs Willis Hart and Attie Pore man who have bean vlsltlllg relativesI here leftSatnrday for theIr at PettitMr L qntls quite sick of axIMr and Mrs Peutress of GrYloa county were here lait week Mies Helen WhlUlagblll returned to her home at Trlstler Saturday Mr George Davidson retaraed from Pordsvllle Monday Died at her home here Saturday ofI pneumonia after an illness o1 twoI weeks Miss Norma Green aged 17 years Her remains were interred- Monday la family burying ground r ld Stripes for LifeIPrankfort Dee 3The Appenate Court today affirmed the judgment of the Boyle Clrcnt Court la the case of Samuel Hawkins against the Cow monweidth Hawkins on convic Lion housebreaking was sentenced to life improvement under the habitn at criminal statute CASTOnXABean thelb VIII sou IIau lterS 8I M- fllgyatws if +f- of n ABOUT PEOPLE Deputy Sheriff R L Boyd was la town yesterday Mr William Bryant Roelne was la tows yesterday County Attorney W II Barnes was 1n Rockport Saturday Mr lIf L Heavrln was In Owens boro the first of the week wako tamprwere SuJphureMr Alouzo Shown of Deda was a pleasant caner at this office Wednes day Mr H P Taylor win leave tar trip to Indian Territory wltblaa fe days Deputy Sherlfi J II Roberts o Pordavllle was In town Saturday and Sunday Senator N T Howard of Morgan tdwn spent Thanksgiving day In RockpOrt Mr I T Davie Sulphur Springs went toEvanavllle Saturday return lag Sunday Mr J H Fogle went to Frankfort Wednesday where he goes to attend to same legal business Dr and Mrs P BDeWltt1of Rock port visited relatives In Owensboro the first of the week Mr and Mrs P L Smith went to LouIsville Sunday to buy Christmas goods for the Economy Dry GOods Store Mrs Julia P KIrby of Narrows who has been visiting her daughter here Mrs D M Hockey has gone to Rockport to visit her daughter Mrs GerUne Hines FORDSYILLE Mr Joe Roberts was in Hartford from Saturday until Monday of this week Misses Amble and Sue Ella Camp have returned to their home at Habit Mr Olla Wilson went to louIsville Wednesday to buy holiday goods for the firm of Wilson and Shrewlberry Miss Hettle Reynolds of Reynolds passed through here Wednesday en route to Asheville N G to spend several months with relatlvesa Mr Joe Sawyer oi Cloverport spent several days here last week Mrs T S Ford and daughter Miss Alma spent last Friday la Owens born shopping Mr Worth Smith of Leltchfield lathe guest of his father MrH D Smith Mrs W W Camp and sisters Misses Amble and Sue Ella were the guRta of Mrs Bean at Dundee Sunday night and Monday Mr Otho Powler returned Sunday night from the Tea hcrs Asses elation which convened at Owensbo o last Friday and Saturday and a visit to Cloyerpott Mr MJ Holbrook and wile reo from a visit to Whltesvllle nIght Mr Holbrook also the Teachers Association In Owensboro Miss Artle Wflaon spent a fete days loot week at her home near Roelne- Messrs Wick DeHaven and Ken Perry of Clover port have been here- for several daya on a hunting expedi don Mrs J W Smith la very sick Elvis Johnson who has had charge of the postoflice for over a year has gone to Henderson to accept another position and Hayes Smltbhaa charge of the office Mrs ClarenceArmendt ofDundee was the guest of Mrs Ruddle Hines Saturday and Sunday Mrs Geo Hines and children of Dundee were also Mrs Hines guests last week Mrs Beard of near Albany who has been visiting her children Mr C C Beard and Mrs Olla Cobb returned to her home Saturday Mr W S Neelof Whitesville was n town Saturday between trains ea- toate to Hardliisburg Mrs Lee Montgomery and little daughter Catherene are visiting tel nova near Owensboro Mrs II C Adair and daughter Mlssubacy Smith and Jessie Rey Bolds Messrs Simod Smith and Wayne Reynolds attended the Eli Perkins leture at Hardlnaburg Satur night Mrs Robert CrIder and children who pave been visiting Mrs Mat tinglyiof Glendcane have returned home Miss Nannie Kissinger who holds position la St Louis la here for the holidays Our little town seems to have awakened to amore cultured line oC entertainment for a time anyway A treat id la store for us for Friday evening la the way ofa muilcal con CoricertIagement of the Lyceum Bureau of Chicago and It has been bychaoce h only to have procured this engage meut We hope however to have goodIthe interest has been aroused and some of our moat progressive citizens Ire promoting the movement p Look at the Date On you label and you can readily cnlcu1ato how much you alee owing on your sub scription It may seem a very item to each ono in arrears but the sum totil amounts to oonsidoral sum and we need it in our busi ness Dont put it oil but pay it AS BY A MIRACLE Aaron Godshaw Escapes Death Near Pleasant Ridge While that fearful gale was blowing Tuesday afternoon Mr Aaron God Shaw had an almost miraculous escape from death near Pleasant Ridge Mr Godsbaw drives a hucksters wagon and while coming upa hill Just this side al Pleasant Ridge s tree blsrwagon were Cached to the wagon leaving Mr Godshaw and the horse unhurt Had the tree fallen three seconds sooner It would have killed the horse or three seconds later Mr God ShawProgramme of Teachers Meeting In Cromwell SeIIIavocatlonJ J stewart WelcomeT C Nosey ResponseH q Crowder Opening Exercises la SchoolCB Allen The Value of Discipline la School Oscar Wilson Failures in Teaching Geography Henry Leach x Noon What to do with Lazy Boys In- SchoolMack Cook Reading How Teach ItB Slalld Friday Afternoon ExercisesMiss I jTbeDr J S Fitzhugb As Teachers what Inducements Have WeBirch Hodges History a Study In Ethics0 W Likens RecitationLonnie Leach ThIngs of Interest to the Teacher E S Howard SongGordon Jones Work will begin lit 930 a tn nv- el teacher In the district Is expected to be present and perform his part of the work HJtN1lv LEAtU V P r Ten pounds good roast ed Coffee for 1 at the New Cash Grocery Y I Bad Negroes The Leltcbfield negroes Sullenger and Cunningham who were In Jan here sometime ago charged wIth rob- bIng Alfred Stewart at the Taylor Mines switch below Beaver Dam have been in trouble again Sail eager went cep agalllt a charge of drunken and disorderly conduct at r Vine Grove and Cunningham ana wered to a similar charge at Leitch field DUNDEE Mr and Mrs Dudley Renfrow and sonof Earlington who have been visiting 4 relatives here returned home MondayMisses Amble and Sue Camp Hab 4 It and Mrs Will Camp and little 10001 Pordavllle vlIMed Mr and Mrs Byron Dean Sunday and Mon day Rev McKinley is conducting a se rica of meetings at this place Dr S J Wedding end family of Hartford visited relatives near here Sunday Mrs ClarenceArmendt and daugh ter visited relatives at PordavllJe Jut weekMrs GeorgIa Hines visited her ala ter Mrs R D Hines at POrdavUle recentlyWLDS1 Consumption is a human best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while when old impossible Strengthen the lungs as you would weak land and the disappearThe is Scotts Emulsion Salt pork is good too but it is very hard to digest The time to treat cohsump- tionis when you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others see it wont Dont wait until you cant deceive yourself any longer Begin first thought to take Scotts Emulsion it isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant ex cct to be cured at once but If will be in in time and will be rigidly regular in your treat ment you win Scotts Emulsion fresh air test all you can eat all you can that s the treatment and thats the best treatment tWe will send you a little of the Emulsion free m sun 111 this oIctutl lbthe Innr 01 a 1ab11e on wrapper of eren butt ci- Emu4loa goo bor SCOTT BOWNe Chemists 409 Pearl St N V joe and t1 all drvggtst Christmas Games A FREEtrIn each pound package of Lion Coffll l l from now until Christmas will be found afret game amusing and n t1ctive50 differentkidds DetlIon Coffee and IS Free Oalmo- lilt Your atorslfs- J t Hirtfovd eiH Co11egec HARTFORD KENTUCKY 1 SP NG TERM j BEGINS JANUARY 12 1903 AND CON tiNUES TWENTY WEEKS I K ADVANTAGESHeaIthful Location Strong FaculI ty the BEST Mothode Low Expenses t t EXPEI TSESsT- uition JII per Term ofTen Weeks 800 Twenty Weeks in advance 15tBoard in best privsto families pm week21o Special attention to Teachers and thosepfparing for oxamination wrlf for Catalogue 4 S + T J MORTON Ma SH Lrzg 1 t President Vice Prest r I t t o 1q rJtrf A Our BuyersHavti again visited tile markets andr tthere has beenano good thing left out rWe use every meansihat money can corn man d and experie ce demands in secur f s ins meritorious stylish merchandise at s2 lowest possible cost We will save you rmo if onlypive us an oppor t tunityc b ea t orJack1 orf1Yc are oxc I gltnnxiousto havo the pleas ure of showing lad through this dOESrl t wont It modns manor in your pocket if you need n Wrap It will cortai111y be 0 plcasuro to t see if you buy none Wo show you quito a nice s2 line of blacks and fancies at 250 350 400- G5OCi 500 750 IQOOand 1200 In Misses rand Childrens our line is quito complete at 1 150 200 225 360 and 500 Overcoats You are compelled to have onowhy not como to tho store that can sltoiv you a line that will certainly appeal to your good taste and ut the same tililo meet with the ap PU1clCMens Coats at 250 350 5QO r50 t 101214 nmlI5 Boys and Childrens at 125 200225 p60 5 6 and 8Our lino of Suits and odd Pants is worth going 7 a long tway to soc t 1 Blankets1T J Our bUy r picke up some extraordinary bar 1 gains in Blankets Comforts Fasp inatore and f Gloves Wo hatat the space to quote Prices come and Pave yourself some Sao our lines ofWi tcrSlfJes aril Rubber Goods butt E PRarnestBeaver Dam Kentucky 4444 l We are tt NoW Ready FOrYg With the 1admost com Pfete 11n0 0 Hardware StoveS2TifiWate in Ohio county Every sincer coming to Hartford we have seen the necessit of ra first class Hardware STOreC- ony Plete in allofits details We now have it and can bffdr you nythng in this 1ineat prices that are ns interrestfn as the ones we have given you up to this time n- rMPLJii IMt1CNTS VEHICLES AND SETh = J We Want every family In Ohio county to see this big line of Hardware and Stoves and will for tile next thirty days give every Tamily who vis it us a handsomerpresent Only one of these goes to a fami lYeCome in and see tliefiY moue Arohor dookhijA- NU JHeating Stovos- Which are aeknowredged by nIl to be the best Stoves manufactured Remember also We are headquarters for the famous Studebaker and Oo y oar agonsIAnd the old reliable iiBUGGIES1 Over l500 soldso far We are now buying for six large stores vvhteh enables us to sell ion goods right Yours for mere business r JTURLY COP SRemember also we han lIe the most icbmplete Hne of sport ng goods in the way of Shot Guns Iunting Coats and Loaded Shells n Ohio tounty at the right prices t is Ptr p I ro r Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECRMBNR 5 illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Table Now time card taklag sect sudar Dn I Doe at noon North nonud NONIbIknnd- NoIt2dae406m o121dnlll7am No 101 doe 147pm- Nolfldaelf30pm NolfdcI60ym- Loel rretghta- Nolatdae760nm NoDldnt6Tpm- S D YAtlTa Agent + L1ir4Mn rtet u sold by drnMn- sWASHINGTON s LETTER ISpedltConNpondenl- wWhat Is the President going to say about the tauft1 Is the question each new congresslonal arrival asks when he reaches Washington and they ire coming In crowds The an swer no man cia give and It Is prob ably safe to say that Mr Roosevelt himself does not know At the Oya ter Day conterence It was determined that It would be alselo disturb the extraordinary prosperity the country Is now eaJoylilgb tamperlag with the tarifF schedules When the Pres- ddent got ready to wrte his message he called another conference of Re + publican leaders and It was determined that If proper trust legislation was enacted at the short session that won be an It would be reasonable to expect that a tads commission could be established to investigate the situation and report to the first session of the Fiftyelghth Congress and that it would be time enough to decide if those tariff schedules which would be better for amendment were of snf5 dent importance to warrant the at tempt Much interest attaches to the tariff position of Representative Cannon who It Is generally conceded will be the next Speaker Iu this connection it Is recalled that lat summer after the trip he made on the Dolphin with Secretary UcoJy Mr Cannon was Interviewed In Washington and said The tariff will be revised some time but not at the next session of Con arCS or by the succeeding Congress unless there Is a check to the present prosperity The people of Illinois so tar as I have been able to learn are not anxious for tariff revision They are anxious to continued their bust nesa affairs without interruption caused by a long discussion In Congress as to what changes should b made The final acceptance of the Presl dents by the Commercial Pacific Cable Company Is regarded II decided triumph for the admlnlstra- tlon The Company will now hasten the lylago a cable to Honolulu Guam Manila and China which will be strictly American la ownership which will be operated under the reg- ulalions laid down by the PreRldeat In time of peace and which will be turned over to the government la time orar For a long time the Company has hesitated to bind lIatf to the conditions prescribed by the President but hJ finally acceded and has been furnished by Secretary Moody with the Isurveys and sound Inge made by the naval vessel the Nero and it is hoped that the cable to Honolulu will be ready for use with in six months wbils an haste will be made In pushing the entire line to completion The Cuban situation le far more utllactory and is occasioning the President much anxiety The Cabana pre becoming Over confident and are inclined to regard themselves as en- tlrely independent of the markets and espionage of the United States General lUH who has gone to Cuba to negoUatea treaty providing that while the CPuben tariff on Imports from the United States shall not be changed that on Imports frOIn al oth er couhtrles shall be Increased 5o percent end that in consideration of this Mrs Laul8 9 Webb le eCNDrflitrrtohie Wd whkbCtit faQed Qpy a bet- I rknra tome nhtl tM I ktpon II for nrsta row iagtufuab and I Shea to itpIt and- MW ikd Ihive pud IMdimaz 1 elylsloerectJII8I1 of the WOMb anA teen do bot wtr Thpy oloW awomaJtbe Jrt Ie oactaaftbetfake IM- pf hnotrand avoid tb6trou- beI ins oiln never falls to benefit rule d evedIrnft7ttfllIRntol ettey- mcau a wore ynu It lot no Boe OW void theII e e abs llWI of eo u1I 0P A i Dark Halie gorforthough I am past eighty or age yet I have not a gray hair la my head Geo YeUolI Towson M- dWe mean all that rich dark color your hair to have If Its gray now AyersHairstores color to gray hair Sometimes It makes the hall grow very heavy and long and It stops falling of the hair too SI a hate All dlMlrtI If 7o0T drllula cannot U1 w111xpmsyou01 JOCU AddreuJ0 change the United States shall allow a discount of zs per cent from the Oingley schedules on Cuban Im torte reports that there are many difficulties In the ltuaHou The opinion oflhe President And hlspm4- dAl family to that the Cubans are ex eeedingly unwlseand ungrateful and It has been determined to make no further concessions b tto stand by the provisions o1 the Platt amend meat to the letter- BURGLARY AT LIVERMORE Trunnell Hacketts store Robb ed of Money and Goods The store of Trunnell Hackett at Livermore was burglarized Monday night and lour watches double bar reled shot gun and other goOds to the value of 75 were taken together with z In pennies and nickels from the cash drawer There is no clue to the burglars but It lg believed to have bees the work of local thieves The house was entered by the removal of- a pane of glass from one of the wrn- dowII Look at the Date On you label arid you can readily calculate how much you a1E owing on your sub scription It may seem a- very small item to each one in arrears but the sum total amounts to a cotisideral sum and we need it ill our busi ness Dont put it off but pay It A Mlnetes The teacher meeting held at Dun dee November r4 19z was quite a succesa A number of teachers was present and au laterestlng program was rendered The welcome address delivered by Miss Mattie Bean was quite nice She gladly welcomed the teachers to the little village of Duu dee Response by A M Acton who raid the teachers would do their ut most to entertain the folks of Dundee at our teachers meeting The mind all a basis for school work was very ably discussed by J A Sandbach In the the absence of Mr O W Likens what Is the profession spirit was very interestingly discussed by- E MitchelL He said he could not ten Just what the professional spirit is He gays It is owing to how things are moving II everything Is moving nicety the professional spirit le greater Wm Park was then called for In his remard he said the professional spirit was on the decline among the teachers of Ohio county lie thinks the teacher should have the professional spirit and devote their whole life to teaching Mr D Stewart was then called for He too thinks the teacher ehould possess more of the ptolessional spirit In the absence of Mr Coppage His t Icy was discussed by Mr W Silndbach He says history forme a great part of our wotksays that It teaches about the past and without the pastwe would not have desires for the future Mr Willie Iewellen was called for and made quite au interesting talk He agrees with Mr SanbJich Mr Sandbach then told how he teaches history He never asks the questions that Ire laid dorm la the book Mr Lewellen then told how he teaches history He some times uses the questions Odd down In t the book He says he his a fine history t dauA M Acton then gave art Interesting talk on history Is patriotism on the decline was ably discussed by A M Acton lie thinks It Is not on the decline He made au excellent talk and proved by i illustrations that patriotism Is not ou i the decline He says he knows the United States Is the grandest nation ou the globe and an the teachers heartily agreed Clarence Bennett then dlculsed the subject and he says patriotism Islon the decline Noon Long Leaning on the Everlaet Ins Atm Ron call anAweredrby quotations Are we making studentatwas then discussed by I1 Hcoger He says that we ere making students He thinks tomake good students Is to read good literature School management was discussed by A ttl Acton Hon prevent whspering In school I I Raa tltca akti tits teeMta Sonic g sad rules were glveu No uue cems t have R school In ahLh there Is no talking Physiology and Hygiene was ably discussed by I A Santnh lie thinks It too much neglected In the primary grade lIe says we need a textbook for primary grade Ort Phys lology Language was next discussed by Misses Lena Miller and Ruth Shultz Miss Dettle Pitzbugh gave the teachers an Interesting talk on How begin the pupil She endorses the object method- Why do children dislike school was then discussed by J A Duff lie says the parents are to blame to a peat extent for the children dlelik lug school lie says to have D mod el school Is first to have model homes Arithmetic was ably discussed by W S Sandbach and Mr Park Geography was next on program In the absence of Mr Cook Mr WIl lie Lewelleu discussed the subject lie didnt care to tell his method ol teaching the subject Mr Ellla Mitchell gave good metbols of teaching geography Recess Civics discussed by j D Stewart Are children lazy 11 a discussed by A M Acton An excellent recitation was deliver ed by Miss Battle Bean Adjournment LENA MILLER Seey- CHICHESTERS ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS of alpaes cof 118co tltli4J rNou MLW rtTwaflst I- bCUIIIDTEH N ZULllli k d- Qold metals bole sealed wnb bin ribbon Tnlo liD other Itrtllr dagerosabtltatlonaaud lmltallos Jluyol you Drurtnt- or WOO Ir to sumps tor Parlralars Tell i11wbenrCuaaraa onaMloAL co5100 Xada aqua I UhLA eA Mulue- yA Good Route to Ty It traverses a territory rich In undeveloped resources a 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