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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- exl r9 1 rYvvI 5 r f t t I J I I k r I itcpubUcanI- Y jt1J JI IY fFil Job Wsr i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription I per Year t I I I eVOLxx HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY 12B3E1X4Y NOVEMBER 22 1907 No 18 t URGES FAIR i ILECpLAtf Kentucky Should Abandon v Old Partisan Methods No Party Should Have Majority Control Tn Any Precinct Tlio Leader has heard many expressions of approval of Its prediction that Gov Wlllsons administration will for ever bury the hatreds and animosities of the Goebel contest and asslnation period of Kentucky history and bring abou such an Era of Good Feeling I as prevailed in the Nation under the Presidency of James Monroe and ali the developments since tho election points to this happy consummation- It is semiof fIcially announced that Gov Willson will in his Inaugural ad dress or his message to the General Asembly urge the creation of abl W partisan commission composed of two Republicans and two Democrats to ad minister the affairs of all the asylums and charitable institutions of Kentucky and take them absolutely out of poli tics as has been done in many other States This would be such an improve ment over the miserable political sys tem under which these institutions are now managed that thoughtful and b fairmlnded Republicans and Democrats ought to welcome such a departure And there is no good reason why the prisons and Reform Schools of Ken tucky should nQt also be taken out of politics and put under the control of a commission divided equally between both parties With such a conservative man as Mr Willson lu the Governors chair and both houses of the eGnernl As sembly pretty evenly divided it ought to be possible for the Republicans and Democrats to agree upon such nbsg lutely fair and nonpartisan bills for redistricting Kentucky into Congres sional Senatorial an Legislative dis tricts as would meet the approval of all and be enacted into laws by com mon consentthus putting both parties upon an equal footing in future elfc tions The Republicans ought to ask for nothing more and ought to be sat isfied with nothing less than this Nothing could contribute more to the era of good ftellng than the repeal of the Goebel law and the general hodge podge of vicious and contractory reg istration nnd election laws nand the passage of an entirely new and coherent election law embodying the best features of tho tried and approved systems of other States The Kentucky system is absolutely wrong at its very foundation in giv ing one party or tho other majority control at every stage of the election from the State Commission down through the county boards to the precinct election officers while the approved method adopted in recent years in all tho Northern Sates is to divide every board equally between both parties which practically require an agreement of Republicans and Dem- ocratsP on every proposition and makes crooked work or partisanship impos sible on either side In Ohio for instance all election matters are under the control of a board of four commissioners in each county two Democrats and two Re publicans selected by the respective party organizations This board appoints nil registration and election officers from party lists holds schools of Instruction as to the proper inter pretation of the laws lays out the precincts prints the ballots receives and counts the returns and certifies the results The rights of both par ties are so well guarded the election officers are so thoroughly drilled in th laws without regard to party lines an the spirit of fairness so geneeraliy pre veils under the system of equal represent Uon that there is practically no controversy on any point In the proceedings Each party hM Jwo judgesjanda clerk In every bootIected respective organisa tions and clothed with equal power Jotwo separate sets of registration books and tatty sheets are kept and every thing Is done in dupllcatpsa that each party has a complete check oq to other 1 l Under the system of equalrepresen tation Jh everything all opportunity for party advantage ltthe t 0 ors elections is eliminated and the results b are accepted in good spjrjt on all y Aidesi 0 bati11 V Another excellent fcatur of the Ohio system which we oyeerlooked isquad t ronnlal registration Voters are re quired to register only in presidential years and the duplicate lists are re talnid from year to year In the per manent records of tho county Election Board On certain days each year the registration books are opened In each precinct for new voters or vo ters who were absent or neglected to register and transfers are made from one precinct to another In cases of removal Citizens of fixed residence therefore register only once in four years and the registration lists stand from year to year This prevents sue disgraceful scenes as we witness in Lexington each year on registration day makes impossible the fraudulent packing of registration lists on the eve of every election and does away with all necessity for the farcial purging of the books in the County CourtII when too late to undo the grant frauds The registration certif- Icate Is unknown in Ohio Why should not Kentucky have such a law and such a fair blpartisan or nonpartisan system Would It not- be worth something to the State to make elections really free and equal as the constitution guarantees Lex ington Leade- rSENSATIONAL TRAGE DY AT LONDON KY Former County Attorney James Sparks Shot and Instant ly Killed A special dispatch to the Lou- Isville Times says The most sensational tragedy in the history of Laurel county occurred here at 1030 oclock a in today James Sparks former County Attorney now candidate for Commonwealths A rneyand one of the best and most widelyknow lawyers In Kentucky was shot and instantly killed The shooting was done In the Circuit Clerks ofico in the court house by Robert Boyd Jr Master Commissioner of the Laurel Circuit Court and one of the most prominent young at torneys in this part of the State Circuit Court Is in session and huni dead man and created a panic An old dead man and created a panic An oul grudge had existed for some time be tween them trite shooting is said by eyewitnesses to have been on slight provocation and the result of a petty quarrel over making as Mas u settlement Boyd was ter Commissioner ina suit in which Sparks represented one side Sparks took exceptions to Boyds official conduct In selling the land In litigation and over fees which he con tended Boyd was not entitled to Sparks is said to have been unarmed Boyd fired at short range Sparks falling nf his first shot Boyd fired three shots into his victims body aftei he was on the floor Sparks and other attorneys had brought suit to set aside the will of the Into Judge Rob ert Boyd young Boyds uncle in which young Boyd was made administrator and had received a good share of an estate valued at about 200000 Tho suit was brought for Lilly Hubbs an Illegitimate and only child of Judge Boyd who was left nothing and seeks to break the will Sparks was regarded us an overbearing and dangerous man Boyd promptly surrendered to sheriff Swanner and is nOT in Jail Maddox Ba fues At the home of the bride Sunday Nov 17 Miss Lllllo Maddox and Mr lames Barnes were united Jiimarriage Rov Brown of the BaptIst church officiating The bride was dainty and sweet id a beautiful dress of white the groom strong and manly in the conventional suit of black Miter the marriage the bride and groom with a few near relatives returned to the homo of the grooms father Mr R H Barnes where a most sumptuous repast was served Every delicacy of thq season in the epclures most ap proved style + charmed the eye and tickled the palate These young people a starting irethls n w with tile love and good wishes gt all their friends and neighbors Qoshen wel comes Mrs Barnes and hopes she may bea potent factor for good in urcommunityA District meeting L am requested to announce that the next Hartford Maglsteerlal Dis trict union will bo held at Union school on Saturday November 23 Ev Ew cprdlajly invited lto attend called to order promptly at 10 Lm E G AUSTIN Pres vfti n IIMMONIOUMEETINGATOVENSHOIIC Reports Show Large Percent of Tobacco Pooled o National Board also Holds Impor tant Business Sessions With Several Members Present Pursuant to call the Green River Tobacco Growers Association met at Owensboro WedaslayaA great deal business was transactedlor The representation was much larger than was expected on account of tho bad weather A delegation was pres ent from Spencer county Indiana and these men promised that they would act In concert with the Green River district in all its work to control tile sale of the 196 7 crop There was a delegation from the Stemming district also and the visit of this body was also a good omen Tho national board was also in session and on the whole tho meeting was one of the most Important yet held The delegations were all enthusiastic They are more determined than over that they and thet work shall not fail There was per fect harmony throughout the whole meeting and the business in hand was attended to with directness One of the first matters taken up was tune reports of the pooling In the different counties The Beaver Dam local reported a membership of 150 members and all pledged Reports from other Ohio county locals showed all the tobacco belonglui1g4to A S of E members and considerable of that belonging to non members as pledged The general re port showed that about 90 per cent of tho countys tobacco was pledged to the Louisville pool The total crop in Ohio county is reported to be about two and a half million pounds E n McEucn reported for McLean county He said about 900000 pounds had been pledged on October 10 and about 850000 pounds slnco then and that pledges for 500000 pounds wen1 out The total pledged was about 2250000 pounds and the estimated crop Is 3250000 pounds Only about six cross are unpledged on the south side of tho river in Mc C1EuenfigIuresleast 90 per cent of the crop was pool edT S Coke J C Tinius and S B Leo reported about 5000000 pounds pooled in Davless Tire estimated crop is 10000000 pounds About 200 000 pounds of the 5000000 pounds pledged for delivery In Daviess county was from Ohio county- J W Dunn reported that at least 50 per cent of the countys tobacco wns pooled to the Louisville warheouse Ho said that this was considerable mor than was pledged to the regular A S of E last year the other pledges being to the home warehouse com pany Mr Jarboe of the Hardlnsburg local reported every pound in his local pledged but he could give no definite figures for the whole county He said there was a little scare over tho finan cial situation but he felt sure thai half of the countys crop of 3000000 pounds was pledged The following were the delegates from Ohio county John Sandefer J P Foster Robert Plummer Albert Cox T F Tanner J R Wilson J C Coppago J A Webster P V Humble John Robinson The National Board of Directors held a meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Columbus hotel with all the members present With tho ex ell tlon of LoT Evans of RIpley 0 all the members of this board are- entuckians and all but C M Hanna of Shelbyville live In this imtile dlate section of tho State The meet h1gof the board was secret and no announcement has been made as to what the purpose of the meeting was or what was ncompllshed The county finance Committee re ported that it was unable to an nounce a date for the opening of pooling houses Mr and Mrs Cninn Entertain Entertained at the home of Mr and Mrs 0 C Chlnns Saturday night November 16 1907 Some excellent music was rendered by the Sulphur Springs string band Messrs Murry r c u j Daniel Charlie Steward Raymon nan iej follower by the Cbinn bandVThose present were Misses Babe Steward Shula Robin6onMaymee TaylorBertle Ross OUle Pulkerson Stella Wilson Minnie Maddox Ethel Wilson Ruth Qulmm Blanchp Chlnn Fern Wilson Bessie and Jessie china Lillian Ful person Emmer Wilson Messrs John Robinson Elvis Chinn Murry Daniel l arlln Robinson Niirbert Ross Char lie Steward Harrison Mnddox Ronda Wade Shelby Roblnsoif Adrian Wil son Carroll Chapman Claude Ful kerson Willie Robinson Raymon Dan- Iel Gordon Reid Roy Halls Thomas Williams Herman Stewart Gus Den- ton Ike Hines Heerchell Ross Roy Quinn Jut Robinson Alvin Chin Hiram Brown Gordon Chinn Edd Crunk Willie Chinn Percel Brown Clay Brown Henry Chapman Thor as Engler Charlie GrantCharlle El liott She Refused to Pay Wabash Ind Nov 14 Boasting that she had more than 4000 in certificates of deposits In her pocket all the time she was in jail Mrs Lucy Burrls a wealthy landowner was released today when her son paid her tine of one cent and costs for assault and battery on her farm tenant Tom Slvets As a matter of principle sire refused to pay FOUR PRISONERS BREAK JAIL AT HENDERSON Hole Sawed Through Roofs of Cells Enable Men to Escape Henderson Ky Nov 19 Between 2 and 4 oclock this morning four pris Duels made their escape from the Hen derson county jail by cutting through a quarterinch sheet iron at the top of their cells and climbing ten or twelve feet to the cupola and letting th6lt elves to the grouirif by means of a made of twisted blankets TIll work was apparently done with fileS or saws It was a firstclass Job and looked as if it had been executed by by ai skilled machinist Tho prisoners were white men and are as follows twentyoneIyears formerly in the navy charged with the murder of Curtis Gilmore in this county75 reward Frank Clark aged fiftytwo years charged with the murder of George tv Pritchett in this PalmeltwelltyI one years charged with receiving stolen goods 50 reward This is the third jail delivery since the construc ion of the present Jail about thir tyeight years ago I Death of Little David Williams I A Shawncetown Illinois paper con nits the following Little David Williams fouryearold sou of Dr and Mrs J R Williams I who had beets lying at the point of death for Just two months past t away Thursday November 14 at eight oclock to dwell with tho Angels above He was first afflicted with diphther ia That disease left him In a weal condition and kidney trouble followed I For the pasttwo weeks he scant I cd to be improving some and all were hopeful he would recover A few days ago he became worse ahd began sink Ins t- The little fellow notwithstanding his long suffering was conscious until death He was n bright and lov able child and all during his illness and intense suffering he bore up and seemed to be satisfied as long as papa and mamma were with him Ton minutes before ho died he cal lIed for hjs papa and while he was so ho could not move ho stretched out his little lips and called for his papa to kiss him His mother then came tQ his bedside and ho called for her to kiss him She did so and the little fellow closed his eyes and died as though he but went to sleep Funeral serrvlces were held from tlib M E Church Saturday afternoon and the remains were interred at West wood cemetery Dr andM rs Williams are both na I tives of Ohio county and have theI deepest sympathy of a large number of relatives and friends here Card of Thanks I desire to return my thanks to thedmembers of the local lodge of Red Men for a nice donation made mo be fore leaving Hartford I MRS OSCAR MIDKIFF ir EOIE TOBACCO IN A ROOD POSITION Taylor Believes Sale Will Soon Be Made Very Little Green River Tobacco In Britain How it Is Manufactured TaylorGcorge M who spent sev ural weeks in Great Britain as the representative of the Green River Equhy Warehouse company wnich Is located in Owonsboro pus return ed home and expresses the Opinion that the tobacco whipped by his company to Liverpool is in a strong position and will shortly bo sold owing to the fact that there Is very little Green river or Owensboro to baco as it is called in Britain in bonded warehouses In that country He says that ho was surprises to find so little Green river tobaco in rGeat BritainSpeaking of his experience in Eng land Mr Taylor said The tobacco trade over there is very much Inter ested In tire tobacco growers organization In this country Our pur poses and intentions are very much misunderstood but one thing they give us credit for raising the price They do not like us much because wo have raised the pricebut they have no particular fight against us as long as they can buy tobaco from us us cheap as from anyone else Tobacco continued Mr Taylor Is one of tho greatest sources of government revenues in Great Britain As soon as it arives from America It is placed In bonded warehouses and the government takes a sample by which it is sold There is a duty of seventytwo cents a pound on to bacco but this is not paid by the shipper When a manufacturer gets ready to use a certain shipment of tobacco lie pays the duty and takes It out of the bonded warehouse This duty of course makes the manufactured products sell high and tobacco is economically used Still the use of tobacco Is very near universal Most of it is smoked very little chewed It is amusing to see an old Englishman smoku his pipe He empties the ashes out into the palm of Ills hand puts a little fresh tobacco In the bottom of the bowl replaces the ashes on top of It and lights It In this way he Is enabled to consume every particle of the tobacco Green River tobacco or Owensboro tobacco as it Is called there is used fur two purposes A considerable par tlon of it Is spun on machines in long hard bolls from half an Inch to an inch in diameter and sold for smoking purposes in little chunks something like plug tobacco The other form In which it Is prepared is what known as snap tho kind of Isj A Conan Doyle makes Holmes consume In quantity where he Is figuring out his problems In detective science Snap Is really the worklngmans tobacco It Is cut very fine amid put up in packages I I FOR THE BUSY READER I I The tobaco growers not members of tho American Society of Equity met Wednesday at Mt Sterling and adopted resolutions pledging themselves not to raise a crop of tobacco In 190S j t Twentyfive thousand dollars was raised in one day by the congregation I of Settle Memorial Methodist church in pwensboroto pay the debt on the new building which has been erected at a cost of 70000 S The Now York Court of Appeals has decided that the bill passed at the last session of the legislature providing for n recount of tho votes cast at the mayorality election In Now York City in November 1905 Is unconstitutional S Bankers capitalists and financiers In New York generally approved tine action of Secretary Cortelyou In issuing 50000000 of Panama bonds and 100000000 of certificates of Indebted nnefes for the relief of the financial stringency The issue it is tho general opinion Is bound to have beneficial results d Officers of the Kentucky State Guard at a tnectlns in Frankfort udoptcda code or rules for the regula J ryiA i 1 tion of the guard and also determined not to have soldiers at the inaugura tion of Augustus E Willson unless Mr Willson requests that a guard be provided The reason given is that the funds will not permit A petition asking the pardon of Henry Youtsey convicted of complic ity In the murder of William Goebel has been prepared by Youtsey and will be circulated in Frankfort and Frank lin county An effort will be made to get Democrats to sign it and the paper will be presented to Gov Beck ham before he goes out of office on December 10 55 The State Board of Election Commissioners met in Frankfort to canvass the returns from tho election of November 5 but as four counties had not sent In the official vote an adjournment was taken until next Monday A dispute has arisen in one of the mountain judicial districts and the courts will have to decide the question of who Is elected DESERTER ARRESTED- AFTER FOUR YEARS Isaac L Bratcher Liked Hills and Fertile Fields in Ohio County After avoiding the agents of Undo Sam for nearly four years Isaac L Bratcher twentysix years of age was arrested Saturday at his homo near IIorse Branch on tho charge of deserting from the United States ar my The arrest was made by Deputy United States Marshal Amont Tho prisoner was brought to Owensboro and taken to Cincinnati last night by Deputy Ament Bratcher enlisted in the United Stales army on July 101902 He Is charged with deserting from the army on September 2 1U03 Deputy Marshal Ament learned that Bratcher had returned 10 his home in Ohio county and he left for Horse Branch on Thursday He located his man near Horse Drancii and placed him under arrest Uratchers reason for deserting Is that Ill did riot curt for the life of a soldier and preferred the hills aril tenth nllys of Ohio coun ty Owennsboro Messenger Valuable Farm for Sale One hundred and sixteen acre farm situated on the Hartford and Owens boro road eight miles from Hartford twenty miles frog Owensboro All under state of cultivation good dwelling and outbuildings Three never falling springs Eight lucres in fine meadow orchard etc For terms apply to Barnctt Smith Republican office COUGH INSURANCEREXALL JUICE is the most economical insurance against coughs you can get One large bottle will Insure a whole family against coughs colds And grippe for a whole year Cheap insurance Isnt it The first dosejust one teaspoonful will relievo your cough four doses will stop your cough and a twentyfive cent bottle will break up the worst cold you ever had and we guarantee it like all the Rexall Remedies in that if you Pare not perfectlysatisfiedall you have to dots return the bottle and get your money RBXAti CHERRY JUICE COUGH SYRUP Is pleasant to take tart and taStyand children like it Per bottle 25c SOc 100 James H Williams i dlrr- The Slte t t J 1R iit- 4iii t aN t4t t 3 C1BAd I ETIJace Considered Weeds a- how Wholesome Food- S t cGtIied by Our Ancestors They 4AreNow on Our Tables Since the pure food law has gone In = operation one has new and strang- ettirouIhtsrced j upon him by recalling r rte mirabur of weeds fungi and veget t T 4 taftjlo parasites regarded as wimleso I I 1tDtUy but thought to be dangerous f aWCIl us rojiollant to our ancestors Our grandparents regarded IOmatoes f XK the fruits of the weeds ut terly sit to eat The bushes grew wild in I dc Middle West where I passed my r ileyhood and were to be enuiounte II I in the corners of worm fences 1110 omiuo was a yellow or redskinned a 1dugI jillsKhar n was perfectly round Ihe of this neglected weed has b jflcvrliped by cultivation into tlW 712131 and succulnet vegetable of t with It has become one of the mos i vMlallp acoesKorkS to culinary ar Siivnlualk In thep reparation of sau vaa stud fires Ings for meats of many Ttliidb And let pliyslcians insist that ftc contains rile cancr germ When tHrIll ns cut vieir full grown rdtbnrr from the snlks which 1- 1cs2 iKTu M Hily n fI1 hove the ground jnriT 1f burying tho cabbagcs 3a v br IVfUnd or stowing them in tho joprars OIt ilnir smoke tenses the ayic trot young bulbs sprout I xroimI the i ps of io declI lIlt xtelk XolKnly thought of eating them Sa our Ant r can grandparents da s 3lqgK irt Bieep were observed to be lypry found cf them Goats also ate- 11tIII wnh avidity but then goats AtLrore u on newspapers and were cur r 1iP11y bot d to ft od on tin calis SUviae lbulbs are the Drussels z sfrMutB of n ir present dietary s stem Oi1nl n is greatly divided as to tho +KirKiii of he cabbage and for that orr Ilun tV v getiibli IIFII abort rJ iign rank among the family of edl iln points Germans rot it in a har nt nlfkl1 tr and nam it snttr Jltiwit Tine it is a development hr + co itfon front the skunkcabbag tstn is is doubtful because 1tsco s ar rulo dissimilar In form Bu 31a feu l of very low origin filII see may be add of turnlpsbecis allel ij atOCfmong the latter must h- eIrorhld Ce ym or swccet potato VkHiwi the French colonicd dIe M mntry that is now Loulslnnn tilt 3oind aiId g ohUnmld the hlt trI and v lowing lands along the Ali sf3dpvi t viiioU llie aborigines tlw mme of okntt word meanIng m muddy phicf und probably rfer1uK t1Ito loatMes in which the hrh JRTW It bore a rnncllngluotiB p TBhkli I abet cm exudtd a niIUwh- tJjiuc c When tho Cnos got t hplr cauIiDK outfit in working order ht 1 iLt the wetid PS a thickener for the jivjrilsw and fmind it very oo1ihll TI mtn or womnti who ato the fir t iiiat jt olira Binip must have heen Worthy of u drneglo medal Hov- Hev i the rviK IWunio one of the stn II1ti Of New Orleans epicuriantRii- Vjin I CiMol s 1d It guinbq a r Sirn c to i rnous character Fri ii 111 that dv Io pale In culinary art ties sit hq b ii ii denser Gtimba I liardly kiMvn In Purls a French k still have taught of it but it is kin lE Nil Aci rie1 uniipg being to this ncowTiry wiiai mutton broth with bin jjBT is ic Sotluad what boulllabal I ii to FITCI und puchara to Spain Btr te milk wetrt of the Louisiana rsr in rrmon of tin food 1I- sCIf1 of the world The Roma aw uruua bole palates were so high If n ilit they could toll thedii Irt i Iito between lampreys fed at i lauiaa fItlih and those fatten j ol upon guuts would have approcl- atii kra or niive properly gtuiibo slew With chicken it is a deligl- ito the palaf Brooklyn Eagle Vh a the bby Is cross and III 3vi vorrloil Mid worn out you fh d Iliac a Hale Cascasweet the Miown rcinedy for babies and childrei Tfil quiet the little one In a fume The Ingredients are prlne- ijjlainly d or t1 bottle Contains 10 c ti pUt E F jy nil druggists m 4 tl1 trayed Possum j Fully renVz ig that they throw I JllMjD Ivcs OP n to the scorn of th- eJatIjnfc Iese United States IS the vprif t of nnttiro fakers Hoary A h I Eitder and Wllllam LWutz of this ell ard n number f persons who were ii flit birrom of Faulkners Hotel at t Ifoo last uvg nevertheless boMlj II n late thin tale of a rabbit which pliiyed jHiHiitiiij but which Is now 1 4ead i Snyder fired at tbo rabbit in tin 3tafiotnoon tis it scampered across a f and it eomorsaulted several rAeroro It lay apparently lifeless The o gunner banged Its head over his gun rJt sjlIfo f ntl t oTtJ it into his coat pock CoCJ aircuuy buicm with a number 1J1 a t- R 1 a r- r others Ho and Lutz then started for tho hotelIJn tho barroom Snyder Lutz and others were looking directly at Sny ders gunning coatwhlch he had flu g across a chair when out scrambled one of tho dead bunnies Interest only in the fact that it was allvot dogs wore after it before the men re covered from their surprise They caught it a few rods from the door and when the gunners came up the dogs had made suro that it would play possum nomore There was no shot mark on itYork Pa Co to Philadelphia Recor- dWonderful Eczema CurocOur little boy had eczema fort years writes N A Adams Henriet Pa Two of our home doctors said tho case was hopeless his lungs being affected We then employed other doc torsbut no benefit resulted By chance we read about Electric Bitters bought ft bottle and soon noticed improveme Wo continued this medicine until se oral bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and body building health tonics Guaranteed at all drug gists 50cmMr Torn P Wand PromotedE The Earlingfon Bee of recent dateE 1makcs the following mention of lIr Tom P Wand Mr Wand was at one lute connected with this office as foreman we hero he acquitted hImself w h credit to himself and satlsfa l M to tho office He Is in every wayt equal to the duties of his new position and we predict he will meet withI marked success His many friends heref wish him success For reasons that are satisfactory toI Mr L L PiiTsm and to the pub I alter Mr Pattersons connection with The lieu Is severed with tho l11bl1I cation of this announcement Mr Patterson will shortly ow er employment Iof another character more in accord with his tastes and wishes He goes with The Bees most cordial hope for his future success in whatever work he may undertake Effective today we announce the appointment of Mr Thomas Wand as Business Mating r of Tho Bee M ofIWand is a young business man high character and strict Intugrit with whom wo are sure our patron will be pleased Added to his genera knowledge of i usmess Mr Wand has lor tho past Hviral years been per Iectiiig himself in the practical art of iKwcpapor lit ktg and printing now coming up to rw responsibility from tlo position cr managing foreman of The Bee Prln ry Mr Wand Is thus well equipped with the practical knowledge of advertising and prInting so essential to the work of serving thr business public with the publicity that pays and with the right kind of printing that Is being manufacture In the modernized and newly cqulppe Bce Primary always noted for is hIgh grndo wrrk Mr Wnd will take up his new tin once and will bo assisted In the Ioutsldo work of soliciting and collec inns by Mrs Stella M Kemp as the InUime of the business to bo handled puny r quire Ve auk for Mr Wand and Mrs inp in the midst of this busy sear IKf the most kindly consideration at tho lands of present and prospective strews and friends Indian Summer There Is nothing better for stomach roubles than Kodil which contain the iiine Juices found in a healthy stomac vodol is offered on a guaranteed plat for the relief of heart burns flatulenc our stomach belching of gas nausea and all stomach troubles So at time when you dont feel just right wirer row are drowsy after meals and your tend aches or when you have m t iinbitlou and you are cross and irrlta ile take a little Kodol It digests I what you eat It will make you icalthy Sold by all druggists m A Few Donts Dont forget to paint the walls ol he poultry house with a thick coal of whitewash this fall Dont fail to store up plenty of dust for the winter dust bath Dont let another laying season gc without trying trap nests They Iby tell about unprofitable hens sell the best of the flock be ause you can catch them easier Cull 11wIth judgment Dont think that because an incuba rttor or brooder is cheap it is the best are many makes Study them i ITtcr best Dont put fifty fowls in a house built for half that number I Dont buy screenings for feed Buy good wheat or corn I Dont mix n few good birds the culls when marketing thereby ex eating to got a bolter price It I works the otter way every time Dont feed turkeys new corn before ithe cool days of November radually Increasing until they are ful1 feou Successful Farming o D nt Pay Alimony I To bo divorced from your appendix hero will bo no occasion for It if Iyou keeq your bowels regulated withes Dr Kings New Lifo Pills Their action is so gentle that the appendix never has cause to make the least mplalnt Guaranteed by all drug glsw 25c Try them ui I u REVIVAL OF THE- ANCIENT I SUNDIAL Ancient Timekeeper Reappears In a More Improved Form In many old English gardens the sundial of our forefathers may stUl be seen in Its primitive form and before the civil war they were to be found beside some of the most nn of the colonial mansions of Ma land and Virginia Almost all of thl American garden dials however were wrought in the prolonged struggle be tween tho Northern and Southern States These were all oldfas loved sundials brought over by the colonists during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries They did not differ essentially from those constructed in the earliest recorded ages of mankind By such instruments the Egyptians the Chaldeans and the Hebrews had measured and divided the hours of tho day The Greeks borrowed this primitive sundial from thel eastern neighbors and it was inlrodu d into Rome during the first Punic war The paRing of the picturesque sun lint has been lamented by many poets novelists and essayists who while admitting the superiority of the clod leplore the disappearance of its un Gent rival If Its business use ol serves one author of eminence be superseded by more elaborate inventions its moral use its beauty might have pleased for its continuance It sPoke of moderate laborof pleasui not protracted after sunsetof ten lerance and good hours It was tho irlmltlvo clock the horologe of he first world Adam could scarcely hnv nissed It in Paradise It was the measure appropriate for sweet plant and flowers to spring byfor the birds to apportion their silver warblings by for flocks to pasture and be led to fold by The shepherd carved It out ualntly in the sun and turning philosopher by the very occupation provided it with mottoes more touchin than tombstones Those who love the sundial will be glad to learn of its reappearance In- an improved form Tine heliochronc meter as it is called was invented b G J Gibbs an Englishman and was ucenUy exhibited at the Roval So ietys soiree This Instrument w111 glvo exact Greenwich time within U few seconds whenever the sun shines No tiresome calculations arc require In order to reach the exact rcsultth nly operation required being the ad istmont of two circles The new sundial can be made to perform a useful service in correcting and regulat IlIg clocks and watches besides pos ssing a speecial interest for man scientifically disposed persons Andi If It can bo made sufficiently pictures que in its mounting and in the carv- Ing of its stone pedestal it will gladden the hearts of the poets and autl marinas who have lamented tho lostI of the oldfashioned sundial Estray Notice Taken up as astray on October 20 1907 by C W Leisure living three miles south of Rosine Ky near Mt leasant church one black mare mule 4 years old about 15 12 hands high left hind foot a little large has been hurt white spots on each side of back apposed to be saddle marks soim white hairs on right shoulder collar marks on weathers rough shod all around and is worth 150 Given under my hand as Justice of the peace for Ohio county Kentucky This October 29 1907 W P MILLERJ P 0 C Lincoln and the Lad While officially resident In WashIng- ton during the civil war I once had oC3slon to call upmi President LIncoln with the late Senator Henry Wilson upon an errand of a public nature In which we were mutually interested wrItes exGovernor Rice In his memo- rIal Volume We wore obliged tolvait some time In the anteroom before wt coud bo received and when at length tho door was opened to us asmalll- ad perhaps ten or twelve years Who had been waiting for admlsloi several days without success slipped in betweeen us and approached the President In advance The latter gave brIef solution and turning immediate- toly the lad said And who is the- IIttlo boy The boy soon told his story which was in substance that he bad come to Washington seeking em 1ploymenl as a page in the House 1f and he wished the Presrdent to give him such an appointment To this the President replied thatch appointments were not at his 1disposal and that application must be to the doorkeeper of tho House at the Capitol But sir said the ladstill undaunted I am a good boy and have a letter from my mother and one from the supervisors of my town and one from my Sunday school ocher an d they all told me that I coud earn enough In one session of Congress to keep my mother and tho rest of us comfortable all tho remaind- erI er thu year The President I U Y- 4r t 1 J the lads papers and ran his eye ov r them with that penetrating and absorbent look so familiar to all who kQew him and then took ida pen and wrote upon tho back of one of them If Captain Goodnow can give a place to this good little boy I shall bo gratified and signed it A Lincoln The boys face became radiant with hope and he walked out of the room with a step as light as though all the angels were whispering their congratulations Only after the lad had gono dill the President seem to realize that a Senator and another person had been some time wanting to see him preSilfdent ing to the eland of a littleboy who had braved an Interview uninvltedai pf whom he knew nothing but that ho had a story to tell of his widowed mother and of his ambition to serve herYoung Folks Catholic Weekly CASTORIAF The Klnd You Have Always Bought y Bears tho- Signature of- OperaSingers Niggardly This is actually the golden age for firstclass singers and not one seem to pause in the mad rush for gall Some great artists aro very small men almost nivislble to the nake eye so far as nobility of charater is concerned Their Illimitable and In latible greed nearly paralyzes us There are firstrate singers just now but there are also fashionable humbugs One singer said the other day that her repertoire consisted of fll ytwo grand operas and she did not know the night she might be calle upon to appear in any one of them One writer has it As a matter of plain fact the average grand oper singer is the canniest and most niggardly creature that ever putt slgnatui to contract No dealer in old rags canned milk or rubber boots is so rasping eo captious in money matter is these singers of great roles who claim temperament as their birthright and genius as their special gifts rom heaven One Impresario has It Artists are raising their salary demands to Incredltablo heights and of Course I cannot hope to make a financial success The audiences are just as big now as our opera house will hold and prices cannot be ad anced or Silver anti Silvering A collection of recipes collected for tIll SicntilIc American from Europea wireis is given4 below Sonic of then should be useful to the housekeeper Hints on Cleaning Etc silverDorInx is a good silver olve soap and borax In hot water immerse the objects and rinse with cleat rater resin by wrapping the article after leaning in tinfoil A filmplo liquid puree of potatoes 1m arts brilliancy and perfectly cleans a silvered article if an antique np oarance is desired rub the object with a skin soaked In petroleum Rubbing with soot cleans silver ar ides and removes tho reddish hue To remove the soot wash first with oiling and afterward with tepid Ovate Rub with a soft brush then with a piece of flannel and wipe with a fine loth or leather A silvering powder Is prepared by ulverlzlng and mixing equal parts by weight of alum acid potassium oxalate and cream of tartar Moisten writ rater for use and rub vigorously Polish with a leather Glass may be silvered by reducing on its surface a silver salt by means of a mixture of ammonia and alcohol Excellent telescopic mirrors are thus reifarcd Silvering on silk ribbons Very beautiful effects may be obtained by raving on snIt ribbon with a now pen or fine brush using a solution nItrate ofsllver to which a little gum bas been added to give itconslste- nlcy The drawing should bo allowed to dry for a minute or two and then laced over a vessel containing zic jlphurlc odd and water The silver is reduced and adheres perfectly to tho ribbon ftanaglng Hens A Bolested lot of one dozen hens will lay as many eggs as the everage farmer will caro to have hatched and it the hens are mated to a purebred cock he will be the sire of all the chicks hatched on the farm thud so curing uniformity in color and goner 01 characteristics instead of having chicks of all sizes shapes and colors and not of characterlutlc merit Tho hens not in company with males will lay just as many eggs an If with them ond the eggs will possess better keep ing qualities than those that are fer tile Oa OnABean Ihe KM Yaa Hato 8lc ht- re tao ctThe kjof 1 a 1 oJ ++++ + Htl ++ H + t+++++ + oJ fo + + + + I THE KENTUCKY j Light and Power Goa INCORPORATED i WILL WIRE YOUR J10USE JIT n08lELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE t t HEALTHYA ND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINGS HOUSE SHOULDI BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN I r REACH ML HEAVRIN Manager It If- I oJ tI I J ++++ tI + +++++ 1 J J + oJ + Ohiob9fiJrJoorporatec1 bit 4Q b1- eQ Hartford Ky bit fi I Hardware Machinery and all Kinds E i of Farming Implements I b 4We carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you t I S4 buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake In material and by- CQ workmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers bit 4Q Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue IJ- Cq and Moline with all repairs for same tQ A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myors Deep bit fi Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also nil kinds MI fim Seeds 4Qve handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch bt QQ ell Mogul Blount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee g a4 Harvesting Machinery bt In We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn btl QQ Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers Mt Qand Swings The largest supply house in Ohio county Give us a bt Qcall Prices always equitable oWPeIPP 1V V timMpeoY4t o 13 Incorporated IIl age If you desire to lilY away the dead jr thq most tb I satisfactory manner you will cerininly cle hand one of these vaults jMaiiufactureid right he o in Hart S ford I BLACK 4 BIRKHEAD Mrsji nf1WtJ41 til1rr tti 4drj U JJMj 1 SpavinCurb S1orsJnent+ lItvery n and does not leave a scar or blemish 4 thrushlJsfula dSIoarIl N4tl4rcn ton too oNUSA j I I t L toJ4 fIi H t p do H timw y ylta rr vHnye p d Y LIAKJN60F CIGAR BOXES 1 Cedar and Poplaf Veneered Imitate Cedar Used 4 r A Fortune Spent in Producing Them Every l YearA r There Is probably not a cigar smok er In the land who has not wondered at one time or another how much o what he pays for his smoke goes Into the box and tho lithographed label- and the silt bands and the like box which holds fifty cigars costs from tourto eight cents according to what this is without count ing the labels and bands or anything I but the wood and nails The cost these boxes used in tho United ofI alone foots up to 6000000 every Some of them go to Havana but Oho y come back with cigars in them Perhaps the most interesting and least known fact about this industry is that while some cigar boxes are made of cedar a great number aroc made of poplar veneered on one with cedar while still others are made of poplar without any veneer In the latter case the wood is printed in imitation of cedar by the use of ink o the proper color and a machine which carries a printing roller on which are the lines to resemble the graining of cedar wood The bottom and top of a cigar box of standard grade are 532 j of an inch in thickness while the end are 732 of an inch Despite the very small amount of wood needed it is cheaper however to use the veneered 1poplar than the cedar and still cheap er print the poplar Solid cedar boxes to hold 100 cigars now cost about ten cents and the half boxes or those for fitly cigars about eight cents The corresponding price for veneer are about one cent less while for the 1 printed poplar the prices are three to four cents Such prices are only made possible by the use of intricate machinery and subdivision of labor and it is also important to waste as little of tho material as possible To this end the wood of the proper thickness is not sawed from tho log but sliced or split by a special machine The Immense pressure used in veneering wood for the manufacture of furniture Is not used and the veneered sides which are pretty wll wurpd and twist d at first ar straightened out and dried simply by preslng through rollersIThen tho slabs aro taken to the saw tUg table where they are ripped and crosssawed from five to ten In onoI cut into pieces of proper dimensions for the single boxes which aro being made Thence tho pieces are sent to the Inspector who besides oxumln Ing etch and sorting out those which are imperfect makes separate pllesco talning the same number in each ofj ends bottoms and tops The ends and sides are nulled to gether into a frame by one machine and the bottoms and tops are nailed on by another These machines urej fed with nails by an automatic tlrIrangement which presents tho requir ed number of them at each stroke One stroke does the business of nail Ing at each corner and one stroke also suffices for tho bottoms and topsI the nails being pushed in rather driven One of these machines will tl frame 5000 boxes a day and two maI chines working together will out 10000 boxes except for the label The lid of tho cigar box Is held in place by nailing only along the first edge and generally by cue nail The hinge at the back is made by one strip of cheesecloth glued upon tho outside and subsequently covered by 4i the labels and paper trimmings Whenl the hinge is dry the pasting labels is begun Tiny metay hinges are sometimes put upon cigar boxess but these aro comparatively rare 0are dovetailed boxes which canhow ever be had on order Generally speaking the entire Inter lor surface of the box is lined with paper and paper flaps and in largeI factorjes the label printing and some times even the designing of the labelsI constitute an branch of the work Such printing Is of an unusu ally varied character requiring s veral kinds of presses including those for embossing London TitBits V DeWKtB Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salvo penetrates tho poresthroughly cleansesand is healing and soothing Good for piles Sold by all druggists Good for piles Sold by all drug gistsmTerror Turns Hair Gray I A special newspaper correspondent writing from Shiloh N J October 21 Iy says t1omauMrshere has a head of gray hair whore a few I weeks ago there was an abun dunce of brown tresses The change was caused by her terrifying ex perience during a cyclone which passed over the section Alone with her little child Mrs + s rr 1 r- y z I h 4 U The Modesty of Women Naturally makes them shrink from the Indelicate questions the obnoxious ex aminations t and unpleasant local treatments which some physicians consider essential In the treatment of diseases women Yet if help can be had it better to submit to this ordeal then lot the disease grow and spread The troubl- 1s that so often the woman undergoes a nothingTho PrescriptionAvhfch dlspNsbSSmh the examinations mndlocal treatment Th aJs nI th Im d1 the I0 nttr nd snit f r deI a women as tavorlto Prescript on It tyanfeiaaloalmost always cures It Is strictly non Ingredientbeing habitformingfentering Into its composition has tho full endorsement of those most eminent in tho SouAfesslonal endorsements of its ingredients will be found In u pamphlet wrapped around the bottle also In a booklet mailed free on request by Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y These professional on dorsemcnts should have far more than any amount of tho ordinary lay o nonprofessional testimonials IThe most Intelligent women nowadays insist on knowing what they tako as mod Iclno Instead of opening their mouths a lot of young birds and gulping dew whatever is offered them Favorite Pr scription Is of KNOWN COMPOSITION It makes weak womon strong and sick women welL Dr PIcrcesIModlcalAdviser Is sent ireo on jlpt ol stamps to pav oxpenso ot mailing only It V Plerco Buffalo 21 ono cont stamps for per covared or 31 stamps for clothbound chargorheld sacedl Iw Picxcos Pleasant Pullots Invlgornto and resulato stomach liver and bowel t Redrick tried to escape from her homes which was lifted from Us foundations but found her way blocked with tho roaring wind carrying through the al- It r was but a few moments but since then the young matrons hair has been slowly turning till now it is all gray ASKS LJSTO PRiNT iT How to Prepare a Mixture to Cure Rheumatism This Town Has Its Share of Dread Disease Which is Said tolYield to Simple Home Recipe To relieve tho worst forms of Rheu matism take a teaspoonful of the fol lowing mixture after each meal and at bedtime Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargonono ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces These harmless ingredients can be obtained from our home drugglstsand are easily mixed by shaking well in a bottle Relief Is generally lelt from the first few doses This prescription states a wel known authority in a Cleveland morning paper forces tho cloggedup inactive kidneys to filter and strain from the blood the poisonous waste matter and uric acid which causes RheumatismAs is not only tho most painful and torturous dlseasebut dan gerous to life this simple recipe will doubt be greatly valued by many sufferers here at home who should at once prepare the mixturo to get this reliefIt said that a person who would take this prescription regularlya doso or two dally or even a few times a weekwould never have serious Kidney or Urinary dlscorders or Rheuma tismCut this out and preserve it Good Rheumatism prescriptions which real y relieve are scarce indeedand when you need It you want it badly Our druggists here say they will either these ingredients ornfake the mixture ready to take if any of our readers so prefer 4JAMESTOWN SHOW A GREAT DIG LOSER i eIts Excess I of Liabilities Over As tisets Foots up More Than a Million and a Half A detailed financial statement of the Jamestown exposition has been Is sued The liabilities of the exposition aro heavy being lucre than three Hud 3 assetItt tyfour hours after the exposition closes on theo night of November 30f If not sooner a revolver will be appointed to wind up tho complicated financial affairs With assets Involved bvy lodgment attachment suit first and second mortgage bonds original purchase price deficit mortgage the government luau unpaid salaries and many lesser creditors who have no standing it is the opinion of those studyrof that there can bo no other solution of the problem The total admissions to date aro 982aUp to tho last few days commencing with tho time that James M Barr became director general the receipts have been dally sufficient to take care of the larger part of the dally expenses but there has novel been a cent of surplus and no pro vision of any kind has been made to care for the exposition property an hour beyond tho moment of closing Therefore a receivership Is inevitable The government will not be paid another cent boeyoud tho 112 000 which It was handed by Direc tor General Barr It is planned by tho exposition management to send u strong lobby to Washington when tho next Con gress meets for thu purpose of In ducing tho government not only to shoulder the loss of its loans to the exposition but also to pay u Us deficits the argument to bo ad vanced that tho failure of the gov ernment to complete its pier in time was responsible for the truth of tho exposition Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is Impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors it yo havo blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching 1 rising and bumpy skin bone paiusca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Balm B D B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists by express 1 per large bottle free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B Is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated casesas it cures after all else fails 35tfC Shall We Pay Taxes to Support Our Schools Every nation has crystallized htl j its public institutions its ideals of life Go into and community and you will find there the best Interest of its pco ple manifested in Its public buildings and public excercises If you find a community well supplied with athletic grounds and games frequently provid ed and little Interest manifested in any other public enterprise you con clude that the community Is fond of athletic sports If you enter another community and find there well built churches neatly and carefully keptanI educated ministry and large congre gations in advance upon the services i you conclude that you have entered- a community where religion is promlt nent in tho thoughts of the people Were you to find in another commun c 1sevenentering the mad race for wealth you would infer that the community in which you are found is given overbto the worship of tho Almighty So Indeed if the school building occupies a prominent site In any communi 00000000000000000000000000o 0 Girlhood and Scotts Emulsion are arJilinked together o o 01- o The girl who takes Scot J Emul c 0sion has plenty of rich red blood she is 0o active and energetic iThereason is that at a periodwhen a girls is weak Scott Emulsion 0provides her with powerful nourishment iDO 0iIt is a food that builds and keeps up 8 JL girls strength 1 7tIu b ALL DRUGGISTS SOc ANDI00 eiO O O ocne I r JII iQ A V J t 1J ty if its grounds are well kept if the house is nearly furnished if the desks are new and modern if the crops of teachers is well educated and well pale and if the community is taxing itself cheerfully and sufficiently well to hoe the school going ten mouths In the year you conclude that you are in a community that has placed tho educa tion of the young as its highest ambi tion You know that pou are among a people who are sufficiently patriotic and thoughtful for the welfare of thel children to provide those things In common which alone can insure the continuation of our government and tho Increase of the best things among usIt Is needless for mo to say that we 1need in Kentucky a better spirit to ward our schools that we need to pro vide for their material Improvements with a freer hand We need an edu catlonal awakening in our pocketbook and our bank accounts and this como when we study the proper basis for taxation A good school in any community attracts to that community enterprising welltodo people who seek to take advantage of the school I Kentucky would place herself in th most attractive position among her sisterhood of States a great awaken ing along educational lines among he people will do more to accomplish thla desired end than all other forces She has already beegttn to feet the thrill of a better hope and a better purpose The present generation will do well if it crystallizes Kentuckys highest ideals into Sound and liberal leglsla then for hei educational Interests E C McDOUGLB Buslnuss Director Eastern Kentucky State Normal School Richmond Kentucky A Narrow Escape 1G W Clay d a merchant of Pluink Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when he ran a jlmson bur Into his thumb He says The doctor wanted to amputate It but I would not consent 1 bought a box of Buck thpe dangerous wound 2 c at all drug gists m THE IMMENSE POWER FROM THE WIND Sails Used in Germany to Gen reorate Electri city lTllO uuUlizallon of wind power for the generation of electricity continues to receive atuntion in Germany and ficheethe electrical manufacturer in Hamburg has been experimenting in this direction with promising results A wind motor has been erected at the works of tho company In question which has a diameter of 40 feet and squareoThe motor works at the rate of about eleven revolutions per minute which speed is regulated by automatic modification of the direction of the sails to the wind With this motor an output of 1 horsepower to 30 horsepower and moro may bo obtained ac cording to the force of the wind which power Is transmitted to a 30- horsepower shutwind Ironclad dyne mo designated to give 120 amperes at ICO volts terminal pressure when run at 700 revolutions per minute The current generated by this ma chine is conducted to a switchboard ands connducted to a switchboard and to a battery of accumulators a capacity of 66000 watthours or may be delivered to electromotors soon as the wind has attained a ve of 8 feet per second tho dynamo may be brought up to its full terminal pressure An Interesting wind the charge of the battery may e commenced Automatic cutouts for tho dynamo were proved unnecessary with the arrangement adopted The electromagnets for thedynaino are pre raanently excited by tho battery the plus polo being connected with the battery while the negative polo is connected to tho charging switch By this arrangement automatic regulation of the dynamo voltage is secured An automatic batterydischarging switch Small motors aro connected to the lightning circuits but larger ones are supplied by separate circuits branched off from the terminals of the genera tor My Best Friend Alexander Denton who lives on Rural Route 1 Fort Edward N Y says Dr Kings New Discovery is my best earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also performed a wonderful cure of Incip ient consumption for my sons wife flio first bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomplished tho oth er symptoms left by one until she was perfectly well Dr Kings New Discoverys power over coughs and I colds Is simply mravelous No other I remedy has eve equaled it Fully guaranteed by all druggists GOc and I 100 Trial bottle free tot i I r I A rgctablePceparalionlorAsl Un lf r lfi Promolcs Dig slionChrerrui ness n TIcstContains neither norNintrali I t f = u 1ZIPCJllI1 n seer6YoIflxSM1t4 SdzJlaRe filfrqJra bddw Ytilne forConsliperWorms Convulsions fcvcnsh neSsandL05SOFSuEPFaeSw1e AftMiZiMiIWF7 tinnu I llr EXACT coEQJr WRAPlCR t j t tfWfj 4 CASTosrA For Infants and Children i The Ki dYolJHj Iwar fi 1 u Bears t iSignature of 4Y c i- B LAJto ij For Over Thirty Years IbTNt onnueorrAMr new YDAR CITY LYrAa1 r u OUR CLUBBING RATES= THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitnn 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oweiisboroluuirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger I7h THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine lBtt THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine lfJO THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 A del i ess all orders to THE REPUBLICAN I Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Prnfi25C0 Will loan money trout 1 day to 12 months This Is your Bunk Come in DIRECTORS Gabo Likens Alvin lUnvoHnroi Felix Jim Poll Stevens Z Wayno Grllfiu 1 TILLERS OF THE SOLIfa Ii Will Make no Mistake by Visiting tho ReliaMo A and Well Known Firm of 3 WILLIAMS MILLER b 44 For anything they need on the farm They bJl = handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc Jj Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and bA 4i walking Cultivatora Wagons of the best makes and jJI JR buggies for young folks and old folks ie Ai = In Addition b + j We have the best equipped shop in Ohio county 5 V fitted with the latest improved machinery and ap br 4 plianoes and besides all kinds of general BlacknmitV Jj ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other its shops cannot do at all Everything at very inoder b Jj ate prices t4 4 7ILLI l1S MILL El tt d4BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY tii4t f it i f t- lti t oJ I 4- Y l1K rrw 1 t iblicar 1nbltlblngCImpltny RTOIUVED I v fdltnraTu I tzLITI02Sa3vxn rlan3o1lLh 3 a FRJDAY 1 NOVEMBER 22 Examine the labelon your paper lf sit notoorroot notify us Why cant Kentucky have an absolutely fair nonpartisan election law It may be considered slim consolation but tho rich have their troubles r alsoCIt seemed to us that Governor neck I hams thanksgiving proclamation was unusually short T t- x The Taft boom has been having n 1 hard time latelyand now Senator Plat 4 has endorsed him j Persons who may contemplate pre scntlug the editors with thanksgiviii lturkes will find us in any day beI anti next Wednesday1 I Mayor Tom Johnson ot Cleveland Is about all the Democracy has say ed from the general wreck It is in order tp nominate him for President An Arkansas Judge has decided that a woman has a right to throw dishes at her husband What about the innocent bystander 2During the four yoars that I am Gov ornor we are going 10 have law and order In Kentucky Augustus Will son In an Interview in Indianapolis Ind ASofNo mcmlMT of the E whoa remember the principles taught him will do volenee TO 1 ii4ghbir or destroy his property There are other means of making it unpleasant for the man who dumps Is there a conspiracy among the t money kings whom the President has gotten after with his big stick to squeeze the money market create a panic and thus break down his popularity with the peope1 derswillWe trust all our have something to be thankful for next Thursday and that they may live to enjoy ninny returns of the day with ever increasing happiness and mufti i plied cause for thankfulness Aftor claiming for months that Roos ovelt and the Republicans had stolen j and adopted their principles we shouli I think the Democrats would be a lit tie cattiious about laying this money panic on the administration at Wash ington Mars Henn he low it was de boss es what did it and bosses say it was Marse Henry that caused this down fall In the meantime the stareyed Goddess Is lying low and the Sun Shines Bright In the old Kentucky Home Conaln Deemocrats are threatening to dtprivo Lieutenant Governor Cox of the right to apK im the Senate coimuitwS ss was dour with Lieu tenant Govocnors Wonhingion and Maruall This would be an outrage I which should be resisted through ever legitimate moans I The otter of i he Owensboro Messen temlrInocratic tlcktt at the recent election is still unanswered No liberal reward proposition wil get him Comedown with iiomething like 1000 each for voer of that class No one can j afford to make an admission like that for a paatY liberal reward which tptCtit mean ft duad rooster or a don on ciiuen of Uw Democratic campaign bKik raven though he committed the tin through mistake cTe Hartford Herald unlike the In rllgeut penmen of the Kentucky Democratic press seems to have fail ed to learn anything from the recent election It is still harping on the negro vote Notwithstanding every speaker who went on the stump for their ticket made the negro the prln cipal Kpoel It wont work any long er The people demand live issues V Tho time has passed in Kentucky vhon i yallordorgfcry of nigger nigger However wo might as well tell the Herald a few l plain facts In this connection which 4r a cannoj be disputed It says with out t pro vote the Republicans wouldVe enable to elect anybody to anytlijtjg Let us see Mr Herald fnHor Just how much you are dp nd out upon tile negro papulatiou in thT Svinh for members of the House oft RprnsemeaUves and elecorlal o cgIAnd 1tP ropiffet1e n11 j arid rr representation of the ir it like Mil8tS LoulrtaaaGew e l111A1abamaIt than half It Is safe to say that yy V without the black man the Democrats wouldi lose ilcast 75 votes In the clcctofinicollege andnlmost ns many members of the House What chance Ulen would you hove had since tho war to elect a President or what chance in tho JuturoT The old adng about those who live In glass hous eslseems to fit the Heralds case DItficult to See Why The Tariff revision schemes appear to receive the approval of the Southern Democrats They are still Freb Traders though probably not many of them know why fears ago their fathers embraced free=Trade because they manufactured nothing and land no Industries that needed Protection Any plan that would reduce the price of quinine anti readymade clothing found favor In their eyes At the present time when the South Is booming and many Industries demand the safeguards of a just Tariff It Is dif ficult tp see why the people of that theII Advice to Tuon htful Repnblicans The Democratic party which while it wns In power never did anything to enforce the antitrust laws Is now hot footed after the railroads and time trusts Behind this sudden Impetu osity Is its old animus against the Pro teethe Tariff Put the Democratic party In power on an antlt rust platform and the first thing It would do would be to wipe out the Protective Tariff on the sophistical plea that the TarI- ff Is the father of all trusts If the present agitation against corporate wealth and Industrial combinations legal or Illegal continues the bllnd eyed populace which never stops to think until it is put under pressure to do so will follow any loudmouthed demagogue who will carry the antitrust banner It is not too early to predict that this is precisely what will happen in the next Presidential cam paign Republican speakers who main tain the cause of Protection will find it more difficult to do so because Dem ocratic loaders will not hesitate to re pLat the misrepresentation of Bryan to the effect that they are only following in the footsteps of the Presi dent Wo advise thoughtless Repub licans who are being carried off their feet with the crowd by the popular current setting so strongly toward socialistic assaults on property and property interests to bear these facts In nind Leslies Weekly Cause of Democratic Defeat in Kentucky The Democrats as indicated In the headline handed the State over to the Republicans So the Local was mlstag Republicans So the Local was mistaken in saying last week that Demo crats were not ready to do such a thing Theprincipal cause that led so many Democrats to either vote for rtlllson else not vote at all were as follows First the State primary which was not only very rotten In spots but retired McCreary an old Rebel and one oftbe cleanest of public men Second Machine rule hi the party a few very ordinary men in power by accident perpetuating their authority by rotating the offices and manipulating primaries Tnlrd The revelation of the gigantic frauds in Louisville with the un american and medieval platform of Tyler which insulted the moral sentiment of the State FourthThe doubledealing on the temperance question courting the an 1saloon people In the country and dallying with the whlskeyites in the clues FifthThe Governors unholy alliance with the Hargis gang Sixth Intrusting the management fi the party to a half dozen 2x4 poliii clans In fact for four years there has in effect been but five men In the I tarty Beckham Haley Hines Dr Board and Mott Ayres The men of strength character and influence whore were they I Seventh The dominating Influence of Roosevelt In the State speaking through Fairbanks Tbankssivine i 1 he following proclamation has been aw ed by Gov Beckham- In accordance with custom and the proclamation tff the President of the United States I hereby appoint Thursday November the Sth as a day of Thanksgiving anal nayer throughout the commonwealth It is expected on that dab that all of our people shall refrain from their usual business employments and give hnnlisto anAllwlseiRuier gliohPrBo- generously bltssedtuctal nation and Us wbo so bountifully provided fbr In testimony whereof I have here unto set imy hand and caused the Commonwealth to be hereseal of the untO affixed tione at Frankfort this thday of- Not ember 1907 J C W BECKHAM t Valuable Farm For Sale 100 acre farm near Reynolds SUi- t ionOhio county Will son cheap for ushj or exchange for yqung7 stock Call on or address C P Kebwri Hail ford Ky S 18U 1- r ELECTION PLEASED liENSBUCKWER He is Delighted at Overthrow 1 of Beckhams Machine Hines Wont Tell Confederates How to Vote lies Adds The Louisville Herald says Go rI al Simon Bolivar Bucknor of Glen Lily who is u delegate In nuendanci at the Galt House wua in high glee as ho discussed last night the result of tho recent State election General Buckner declared that he had awaited the returns from the State with great interest and was delighted at tho overthrow of tho Beckham ma chine Good old Democrat that he is he unblushingly declared that he had tieketrlandever after doing so he added j I I believe that Mr Willson will make a fine Governor continued Gen eral Buckner Ho is a clean moral man and will make good his promises to the people The Democracy in Ken tuck sadly needs regeneration 1 I dont believe that Mr Hines will never again attempt to tell an old Confeder I ate how he shall vote remarked General Buckner with a twinkle In his I eye as he concluded the conversation CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS The Ohio county Circuit Coui In Court hall Monday with Judge TI F BIrkhead presiding and Common wealths Attorney Ben D Ringo and County Attorney E M Woodward presenttAn I exhaustive charge to the grand jury Including the violations of the election laws was given by the coai monwealth attorney After which the reports of the various officers wertI heard and the grand jury the following named gentlemen whose age religion and pollticts also appear repaired to the county Judges office and began their work of looking af ter the evil doers Virgil Miller Foreman age 51 BapI list Democrat T J Brooks Clerk age 39 Christian Democrat L P Fulkerson Sneriff age 47 Methodist In belief Democrat J W Igleheart age 48 Baptist Democrat Herman Render age 32 Baptist Republican Joe B Sanderfur age 70 Presbyterian Republican T F Balls age C2 Methodist Republican Judge Hulett age 50Baptist Democrat Byron Taylor age 47 Baptist RepublicanMorga Patterson age 45 Baptist in belief Republican M W Bellage 4SBaptist democrat M L Ashley age 41 Baptist Republican The following named gentlemen were empaneled as petitjurors Haden Webb H O King Leslie Combs E D Oldham Marvin Lyons Walden Haynes J A Tichenor Harry Morrison Geo W Bennett Alvin Ross Jim P Brown J C Alvey J W Flener H B Taylor E P Stevens J T Patton S F Whlteley Jas H Fulkerson J N Holland Worth Tich enor Chas Overton Luther Chinn W A Brown and C C Taylor All the cases on first days docket were continued except Comth vs Ab Marrlson filed away Comth vs Sam Riley filed away Comth vs Frank Banlet filed away Comth vs Mag Rogers fined 50 i Comth vs Roxey Rogers fined 50 Comth vs Clyde Zackery refered to grand jury Comth vs Ellis Burden stricken off defendant dead Comth vs Tom CogMll stricken off left deead Comth vs Shulte Bishop fined 51 The following 10 cases were passed Comth vs F D McNally Ousley Hall Leslie Hines Will Duke2 cases Remus Fielden Charles Peach Andy Peach 1 C R R CoISecond day vs Fleem Stevens In view of the decision- of the Court of Appeals Commonwealths I Attorney Mr Ringo moved to file the prosecution away with eave to reinstate The court took the matter under advisement and the Wit esses were discharged i JURY TRIALS t TUESDAY SECOND DAY r C Lee Warden vs M H E RR Co on trial Caleb Wilson vs I C iRR Company WEDNESDAY THIRD DAY t vJohn H Johnson vsl C R RIL T Ross vs M H E R R CO Jilfford Wade vs Central doll and Iron Co J THURSDAY1 OiIRTIrbAY Nancy W adpir vs L R R Co C W DorseyvB ri UluncinY larison Burden vsl I cftR Co FRIDAY FIFTH DAYII Angie A King vs John Lilly laL Maddox vs McHenrj Coal I Co Burdle Splnks vs I C R R Co I H R Bennett c vs W C Knott tctC Robert C Lewis VB P Brady iucretia Midkiff vs Rowan Holbrook MONDAY SEVENTH DAY Clarence Wilson TB 1 C R R r JohnCo S Johnson Rcitz 8 Sons Mallnda Wright vs Mrs J C Hamilton c- TUESDAY EIGHTH DAY Morton 8 Davenport vs J L Ln gran Laura Baize vs JW Duvall VISITING ATTORNEYS Hon J S Wortham Lellchfleld Judge W S Morrison R W Slack Owonsboro Henry Dehaven Moorman Hardlnsburg J M Porter and D B RhoadsBeaver DamMessrs S P Ro by Fordsvllle John Rone Center town andD A Royal Rosinc Commonwealth against James Odol verdict of guilty and punishment fixed at two years in the penitentiary C Lee Tnrdeii anpellec against the 8 E appellant verdict for 1 IrThe former verdict was for 1 750 Caleb Willson against the I O R R went to the jury late yesterday even ing andlo verdict has been reached N The grand jury hats returned only 5 indictments classified as follows one for carrying pistol one for pointing pistol one for seduction und two for breach ot peace M MAGAN Nov 20The Protracted meeting at Pleasant Hill closed Monday night Little Mable Roack daughter of Mrs Bert Roach died the iSth of abcess in the head Mr and Mrs Pulliam of Patisvllle visited their daughter Mrs John Millet last week Miss Relda Midkiff has Typhoid fe verMrsThomas Medcalf is confined to- her bed with lung trouble Noiice All persons having claims against the estate of Isaac Maiden deceased will present them properly proven to the undersigned on or before December 22 1907 or be forever barred BEN MAIDEN Admr RENDER Nov 19Mrs Amelia Burton went to Prentis last Wednesday- S B Gray of Louisville and Richard Haskins of Central City were here last Wednesday- Dr amid Mrs J O McKehney of Taylor Mines were here last Thursday J H Fielden was In Hartford last Thursday Geo Burr of Cloverport and Claude dcKenney of Beaver Dam were here Friday Charley Brand was In Central City FridayR Allen was in Hartford on business Saturday I P Barnard of Louisville washer Saturay Misses Nellye Harris and Myrtle In gram were In Beaver Dam Saturday Will Turnerof McHenry and Miss IJzzlt Mercer of this place were married Saturday atfernoon at the residence of Mr and Mrs Frank 0 Allen Rev N C Robinson spoke the words that made them one Prof and Mrs J Alex Rhoads spent Saturday and Sunday In Beaveer Dam Mrs Simon Faught spent Saturday and Sunday in Jingo Harrie Thlenesof Taylor Mlnesand Jno Sanders of Pellvllle were here SundayMrs Maude Hughes of Paducah was the guest of Mr and Mrs G B Roll Sunday and yesterday Clt1andI City today Mr and Mrs George Ferguson went to Echols today Mr and Mrs Gilbert Haskins are visiting In Madisonville this week Miss Anna Jarnigan is visiting in Norton this week Tom Gwyn Is on the slct list at this writing Born to the wife of Val Cool a- girl this morning mother and child doing well Val is all smiles I BUFORD Mrs 0M Shultz and daughter Sallie visited Mrs Leoua Magan and other friends during our protracted meeting Mr Owen Magan visited friends near leflin Sunday evening Aunt Cloe Sharp returned home Sun day after two or three weeks visit to Mr end Mrs John King Mr Worth Wade had wife visited her parents B C Hudson and wife the 10 returning the Sunday Mr Lite Easterday and wire of Hef Un visited John Blair and wife Sun day Miss Ora Hale and Bister of Philpot visited their aunt Mrs Win Lyons the first of last week Mr Anice and little daughter Lena Irajf of Cromwell visited his daugh 1fcf Mr L D Magan the 8 Reluming rdmetbeao Mr Charley Cundiff and vitaof Owensboro ia vlsking his parents R Canditfapd wife Mr Sam Holbrook was able to attend Sunday school Sundaysthe first time for about six weeks having had typhoid fever t Mr J D Holbrook is quite sick at fils writing v Mr Sam Rhoads who has been quite sick for the past two weeks is able to be out again Mr Wnltw Q A llownyof Indiana I Vt 1 IiiiIiiiiiii f H tt H f i001IoJo + HO H ot+ 1 + H It ctI fItto 4j4stfl rhght f 01 + h + t 1 + f OfcoU e yg u owtliitfg i f consequently clothes are higher also 1- t Anyone vlio promises bet t ter values this season than lasfisi it- Ii misleading you We believe in preti senting factsin telling the plain simple unadulterated truthw The values we offethis fallare I not better than last but they are I the best values can secure any Iivery ed throughout calla our store and i 1 examine our showing of Suits and Overcoats YpM will find them Xi cellent values tylish in appearaic perfect in fit and theyll give you t goodservThey are striefly good II clothes at moderate prices i- Mens Suits 500 10 1250 i It 1500 and 1800 Youths Suits i Ii 200 300 500 and 10 Ov ft ercoats for Men 400 5 750 f 1000up to 1800 Youths Overcoats i f 200 to 10 Dont fall to see our showingt 4JL Ii i Carson CiiXCORrORATED rrr1+YHJ 0110 1010 t t J t J oI t oJII t to lo +H 10t iis visiting his sister Mrs Homer Tur ner t Mr Lon Cox and wife returned hJme last week from Globe Ariz Svhtre they went to locate lust spring A good many mote came ahead ofVhem and several more to follow Messrs A E and Sam Ellis attend ed Church here the second Sunday and dined at Mrs Laura Magans Born to the wife of Jeff Bell the 17th lust a fine girl- Notice I To the Stock Growers of Ohio County Branch of A Sof E We want to say to you who have slgned the pledge that it is no fault of ours that we are not going to be able to put an agent in the field to handle your stock but because we haveiit got men enough behind the move to make It possible We have got to have enough men at each shipping point so that the men haveItofor the load to be made up Now friends you see the importance of every man taking hold with us we can do nothing without you help We are told that some have refused to sign because we hndont stated what it would cost to ship will an swer by saying that if we can not get better terms than AVe olready have we will be sure notto make any trade Some refuse to sign because we have not said who was going to be their agent will answer this by saying that he must in our judgment bo an honest upright gentleman in every respect and a man who is capable of grading our stock and have the en dorsement of the bank through which he proposes tai do business We will meet you at the next county union with bylaws to he adopted with the changes you may see fit to make JOHN M SHULTZ Chmn i A Deed of Kindness The hill was alive with merry boys and girls on a bright Saturday afternoon in winter What fun dt was in deed to coast swiftly down the Jcy rittghlSlangbter8 hillr 11111J13 1oag and old settobehaving oJaublerunnerstots at their backs with rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes Burned the sharp corner at the end ofnthehlilto short ly help drag the s up to the top again The sun had almost set and its rosy light filed the streets but before utiy had started to go homo a man driving alarge load of wood began vo ascend the icy path 7JoT sltUs s rclu It of the way as the poor horse tried almost in vain to go on Suddenly he stopped for he could go on no further The road was so slippery that in trying to walk his legs slipped from beneath him The man seemed enraged and bean whip ping the poor creature As the horse could not go on the man struck hard er Then a little girl Amy by name got off her sled and stepped up to the man said politely Couldnt I help you with your horse sir the load of wood seems very heavy for him The man looked very much surprised but stopped imedlately Amy went up to the horse patting his nose gently and whispering kindly in his ear A number of boys were taking a few of the logs off the cart and transferring them to their sleds to drag up the hill Amy then led the horse along for she was very gentle and the noble creature was perfectly willing to obey her The man walked along and really felt much ashamed as he ought At last they reached the top and the boys put back the wood as the load was not too heavy for a level As the children all bade each pther good night to go home the man turned around saying Many thanks to eLmy lads and to the little missy which showed how he felt Which do you think was happier that night the horse or the little girl who be longed to tho Society for the PreOvention of Cruelty to Animals Zlons dopeMy Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live out Then it will stop filling and heavyflyersgenuine hair food YOUican buy It iVc SV1CWi life to C u- rl lrbulbs Y llvcwht hairyou have arid met more toOt And it keeps the scalp clean and healthy The best kind of testimonialII Sold for over sixty years 4t br rCoFetuXwS1N uatJkotunrc o- rersAKa SARSAPAULUL aii4y PKT8U r41 t- l t t y tCt s q 7YC II a t t + j r 1Jnf I I VJr I tl 2 Shoes are indispensable V Must have them regardless of cost of leather This Ibeing tit tiae you want the verv ht t po8 lble both in Style and Quality Now a very Af style anda See us I before buying I I NOW BVAV money by JSaveyourShoes lat Hartford Republica IFRIDAY NOVEMBER 22 IlnoisContralRailroadTimeTable North Hon nil Son t liititiHl No lai tine 407 H in oii4n Il41in Nol2 IIIIlOI nl NII lid der 48i in RoII2 dur49 p m No 111 iliiHUt IIi Everything good to eat at City Restaurant Overcoats and Suits for all at Car son Cos For Shoes that will wear go to Barnard Co We have Suits to suit you at prices to suit you Carson Co Mr A A Acton Olaton called to see us while in town Friday Oh My Aint that Cat Fish at City Restaurant simply fine Barnard Cos Shoes and Schwab Clothing are the best Another barrel ofthose sweet pic kles at City Restaurant FIne Bring us your Eggs ChlckeTis Feath ers and Turkeys CARSON CO MrC M Hluchee Centertown was a pleasant caler while in town last weekHats for Men Hats for Boys Hats for Ladles the correct kind at Car son Cos You will find the only complete stock of Groceries in Hartford at Car son Cos- Immense selection of Children Wrap lat Fairs Call and see them Sure to please you- Attendance at the Sunday Schools of Hartford last Sunday was 239 Col lection 1040 Mrs Fannie GoodIn Charleston Mo is the guest of her parents Capt and Mrs S K Cox Mothers bring your boys to Barnard Co Hartford and let us fit them up in pew Suits x Free at Barnard Co Ladies Horn Journal transfer collar patternand monthly style book Miss Kate Jones our efficient sten Oirapner visited her sister Miss Ann e Jones at Luzerne Sunday Sho slotd of styles and the weisrinryqualltydependablelho- prices always Tight Ilt CarsonCqsfl its JAJAndersouof this place has beetrnumoned as alpqllt Jurymanj in th JJjWtejl flatesYCJoJttc con nelln wensboro next week lDrs Wedtn sontMas Walter l io gesdhqr friends a tvo in Rockdolo7 and bInt8VlnTex 11 t as Coffnlyqterlt WS Kinsley and County Sup rJ tenc1 nta8 DeWejase left StJgshpl1lLoutslajta- for 4tdnidays s au III b1jine trip t+ lJt1o tefs II y r f word kpoutrmr Shops for ladies We want to call spec mlnttentiitnto orPatiicoian Shoes When you buy tits Shoe Suu tNt excellence in Rtyl iovd ilVsilily C PAt1i1ANt1 Shoegnarani tN l to I wiqts y and y 11bt ier pcrvife than unv hlJonll the mk fc MW Tluj 1filtiieian Shoe3 we r curry ii Jar o al BeI I p kin y ri Solid VTta0iJS iu Ladies acd Shall Us None better iuf medium pries god Another r I good line is onrHaimltonBrown I Shoes The acme solid wearer Crossett omf6rtf otnBli K And wemost npsuredly can bray overour Mens Patent Bur ro Jap SheA Every pair sold under an absolute guarantee to give you perfect satisfaction or ci1CoronaII s Remnant Flannelette 5c the yard at Barnard Cos I You should see Barnard Cos line I of Fall Dress Goods i Fresh Oysters Celery and Cranber des at City Restaurant I Get your Fruits and Candles at City Restaurant Best In town We buy all kinds of good Country Produce CARSON CO Fall is here so are Barnard with all kinds of fall goods at prices cheapI For the most uptodate MealorA Lunch of course you go to the City RestaurantMaster Allen Wilsonwho has been quite ill of pneumonia fever is improving Dont fall toseeBarnard Cos Raincoatsthe Schwab kind They are the best I If you are looking for your mon eys worth and courteous treatment go to Bal unard Co Neckwearfresh new styles made of finest materials by skilled work menat Carson Cos Barnard Cos line of Rugs Drug gets and Furniture cannot be beaten in Hartford or elsewhere Mr tJ ElglnLouisvlllels the guest of his father Rev Virgil Elgin Mr Elgin is connected with the Mengel Box Co Mr and Mrs C W Griffin May field Kyaro the guests of Mr Grlf flnsparentsMr and Mrs W H Griffin city Mr and Mrs W N Stevens North Hartford spent SaturdayII night and Sunday the guests of relatives at Narrows County Attorney E M Woodward spent several days In Louisville last week on business returning by way of Fordsville Mrs Eliza Hudson h reTurned from a weeks visit to relatives at Central City and Owensboro She reports a most pleasant trip Mr Amos Carson Louisville is vis iting his father Mr J LC arson who has been confined to his room several weeks with stomach trouble Misses Lottie and Maggie Marksen tertained a number of their ladY- frlends at flinch Tuesday evening In honor of Mrs A V Goodin Miss EthelThorpeiof McHenrywill leave Monday for Louisville where will entbtNortons Irfflrmary to take a course in NdraeS training I Editor Cf E Smith sad Mr Allison returned Wednesday fro lpt PleasanttWbre they epeht severn in successful quail hunting WhilethoretHeytanatWrsBmitbiwcre t oftEsqWP Render and fatallyt in The Ladles Vlislonary Society ofth6 Hartford Methodist will hold an open session at the church next Wednesday night althe prayer meet= lug lour Rev Elgin will deliver a special sermon and a splerittid musical programme has been prepared for4he occasion Everybody is Invited to at tendfLI a 1 1- f t JW L A Capt N T Howard Morgantown Is in town n Mrs A M Barn tt and Htllo daughters Norine Amelia and Helen nea townand Mrs Alex Baruettcltyspent Saturday and Sunday in Caneyville tho guests of Dr N Barnett and fam fly Rev A B Gardner will preach at the Baptist church at the regular hours next Sunday Everybody invit ed The Sunday school will have spe clal program on temperance and Home mission Mr John Shown Beda called to see us while In town last Friday Uncle John Is SG years old but I ill re tains vigorous mental faculties nud was gref ly Interested in tho recent Republican victory Mrs Carrie Newbolt returned Tues day from Shawneeiown 111 where she was called by the illness and death of her nephew little David Williams son of Dr and Mrs J R Williams formerly of this county Mr Carl Renfrow shot and killed a three year old buck on the farm of A M Murphy near Sunnydale one day last week It Is not known wheth er it was a wild deer or ono which had escaped from some preserve Deer meat Is very rare in this part of the countryand some of this sold in Hart ford for as much as 40 cents per poundIMr Fred Stanley and Miss Reola Leach were united in marriage at time residence of Judge W B Taylor Wednesday evening Judge Taylor officia ting Mr Stanley is the son of Capt A B Stanley Beaver Dam and is a progressive farmer i The bride is tho daughter of the late Henry Clay Leach and is one of Beaver Dams most popu lar young ladies Mr R M Kuykendajl the carrier on route No 2 from Narows was hit by a stray shot from some unknown quail hunters gun yesterday morning The snot penetrated his nose inflicting I a painful wound His hat and umbrella were also penetrated Hunters should I be more careful and bear in mind i that they are liable for criminal negligence should some one be killed Not too much style not too much snap Just the right thing kind of Clothing and Hats at Carson Cos All person having claims against the estate of Sam Frizzell deceased will submit the same properly proven to the utiderstguedadminlstrator qr to Barnes and Anderson attorneys Hart fad Ky on or before December 1 1007 or they jvlllihp forever barred This Octobou 22il807 C P Keown 3t Admliu of Sam Frizzell dc it Win Duke who was tried In W JT rs- tcdurtherei last mtir for boot legging 1lfts Judg1 ifty days at hard labor wis 6rierLlnd1seysame offense and held to the November grand jury When Duke made his scape from time oflcials herQ he went directly to Indiana He howeversoon returned to thls side of the river and secured a job hauling lumber and ilarsbal Ament soon captured him i fv i 1- Mr B F Bean has moved from rceentlyIyurchaslfrom Phillips has moved to her new res deuce in Hartford 1 Hartford Magisterial SundaySchoi Association met with the folowiug or leers present President D L Mil or VJce President J D Wllllamf Secretary and Treasurer MlpsKati Rhoads all of Beaver Dam havo dono more work than the old officers did lust year Hkewjse the following Da partracnt SuperlntentlentspPrlmury Work Mrs J B Wils h Hartford Homo Department J II Cox of Pine lcof Teachers Training Dr S D Taj lor Beaver Dem Homo Vislatioi Rov J F Baker Beaver Dim Ihe following schools are reported as In operation and doing good work Bap tlst Christian and Methodist of Beav or Dam Unpiist C1m tattuii Meihodls aid Pre al y llIau of lhu ford also the Liberty school or a total of 8 Tho fcllowirg ns per reports have gone into winter quarters for various ex cruses Bald Knob Prentls UnlonLit tie Clifton Goshen Taylor Mines Concord Bennetts school house To tal 8 or just half doing business UK whole year The reports for Cromwell District will be In the next weeks Re publican Look for it Call on tho above officers for any help needed In loving Memory Of Mary Ann wife of Henry M Ash by HOrton who died Thursday Noven bee 14h at the home of her slate Mrs W H Coghill Hartford of pneumonia aged 47 years 5 months and 1 days Same was a daughter of Alvli and martha Murphy deceased In 1876 she was united in marriage to Henry Ashby a son of Henry B Ashby de ceased She was a faithful wife de voted mother loving sister kind neIgh- bor and a true friend She has lert a vacant in her home and communlt which can never bo refilled She leaves a husband and one son two sisters Mrs W H Coghill Hart ford and Mrs T J Acton Sulphur Springs and one brother Albert G Murphy of the Jingo neighborhood and five younger halfbrothers and ono lialfslster Dear ones do not wee for her lor she can never return ThInk of her only as gone before gone to bt with Ida and the Angles where shy with joy awaits the coming of the loved ones On tho afternoon of the 15th sit was laid to rest in Bethel cemetery by the side of her dear daughter Ida who preceded her to the beautifu land just four mouths agoA FRIEND Among The Lodges The Maccabees indulged in a biro nipper iast night which was enjoyed iy a liirgo number of the members Someo1 tine good team work will be lone by this lodge during the wInter months i r Rough River No 110 K of P held in interesting business session Tues lay night One petition for membership by transfer curd was received Now that warm weather is past with he busy season It is hoped that a better attendance may bo had ant some good work done in this lodge Hartford Lodge No C75 F Ali met In call session Monday night mad the third degree was conferred on two candidates The attendance was- good and after the work a most delightful lunch was served by Chester iCeuwn E L Bulllngton Jke Sander fur and Dr E W Ford After lunch some side degrees were conferred bj I B Likens and E W Ford to the rent delight of all present We were glal to have visiting brothers Lee Warden J F Vickers G A Raipi mud Jack OBannon present and ex send them an invitation to be present often lUngScott Wedflin On Thursday afternoon at 5 oclock Miss Mlnnule B King and Mr B P- Scott were united in marring at the ionic of the brides father Mr J A King near Smallheus- Tho bride was attired in a brown out suit with hat to match The ridesmaid was Miss Fhuidlo Davis the Bend Teacher who wore a black suit with hat and gloves to match The groomsman was Mr Noble Scott a brother of the groom Mr H P- King brother of thp bride elect and liss Sophia Ball were attendants Tho room was beautifully decorated In cedar and flowers- Immediately after the ceremony a elightful supper was served Those who dined were Rev Johnson Mr l1nd Mrs B F Scott Misses Flaudle avis Sophia Boll Novia Scott Messrs Ipble Scott H P ICingGoldaMitch- lMt J C Hlll and familyTorn Scott Rd family Virgil Scott and family flee Homard afld family Ed Cleaverr onfl family John Bullock and family i iA King Ndarnily Bud Alton and imlly Mr and Mrs MatfAilehvMr h4imberIniptttnlonr Ky Mh C W South Mr John Jarnard The groom Js an industcrlous young ran and has many friends His ride is the oldest daughter of Mr J A Kinga prosperous farmer Their many friends congratulate them and 1wish them a long and happy life together v I r t Sr A DEMOCRATIC COMMI1TEMAFI Circulates Republican Literati In Hardin County by Mistake The boys around the Court House are telling a good joke on Colniore Jenkins the Democratic Committee man In Ellzabethtown South and Go Abel A big batch of literatim came through the post office for these gun tlemen a few days before time tkcilpn Without ever stopping to read it they at once began to circulate It with all the Democrats they could find George Aboil rode nearly all night Just before tho election handing out what he called hot stuff in the way of circulars After the litera ture was all put out except a few sheets the two gentlemen thought they would read It over for themselves Imagine their con sternation when they found it was Republican literature The story leak ed out and the boys are now telling Colmore and eGorge that they under stand why the South precinnct lost fifty votes of its Democratic majority Ellzabethtown News Hunters Supplies New Automatic Sixshooter Rem ington Shotguns Rifles Target Guns in fact all kinds of Guns aLa wide range of prices just received and kept constantly in stock at U S CARSONS GROCERY STORE Main StreetHartford Smokeless cartridges all kinds tmununltlonfive thous and shells just in Dig stock to select from Call on him for anything in the Gun and Ammunition line at most reasonable prices 18 4 Good Town Lot for Sate 60x150 In the old Fair ground ad dition to Hartford Lays well and fronts on the pike Cheap for cash Apply to Darnel Smith IStf SMALLHOUS- Rev Love and Wife Beaver Dam were in our midst Sunday at his regular appointment they were the guests of Mr and Mrs William Ball Sunday and Sunday night Mrs Lonnle Stevens and daughter Miss Lizzie Stevens Hartford Mrs James Hunter and daughter Miss Flor dice Hooge McHeury and Miss Katie Hawkins were the guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Sallie Drake has returned from ClothesComfortMy Doesntnecessar iy mean a J uncom price fo rtableI u r 10 show you display of Schwabs 1500 i hand made spe cial YouMI find I fc them perfect in Ifit and model in every particular Dont take our word for it Call and ex amine these very desirable new fall styles They are madeothat sell at 15 We have the ex clusive local sell ing right Areyou ready for a new supply of furnishings I Dontforgetlus on the little neces a visit to Mr and arT R Barn I and other relatives at Harlor l tp I Mr Klan Tochcmor Is aL years visit after nn absence of btJI11E r Little Albert Kitting r wiio iy mt quite sick is betterrk- iSdMrs Sue Morton Wo tie n quite ill is also improving f Mr and Mrs Tueo lblill alai I4were the guess f jf Mrs iliweIlate t- t tcrsMcsdnmos Jennie RsJ andr dolia Adding on Saturday amid Sun i lilyIbliss AlUm Addircfii gtv a tacky party Eaurdiiy evenLsg I j pryu nt repora an enjoyable rim Mrs Gray and little f n FLyi havo returned 10 Siimllhous r i usne of several vecUst le gu s ct MriJ Hub ManjewH nfnr Ctfrrv Mru Joint Hinmrd iu dID8 Guy Hul Earl of Ikavur Duet s ud their- 1d home nhr hero Prldr Saturday iiul tuidny- j 1r Sr C L iGare has guar to Knox vilie Tonn- Mr Jean Kit Ivy will LIV for Bowling Green Flt the nvwiiiotu IhdJa- ncqped a position in a dry goods StIC 1 and Mr1 C DHke were the giHSiB of Mr mind Mrs S W lillbro S u irdayI- Ci and rs George W Barnard returned Saturday from a visit to their daughter Mrs Annie Cruiiibeok or Central City MrA len BuskiU wife Hud children have returned front a visit to friends at Livermore Miss Flaudle Daviess who Is tenchin near South Carrollton wus time guest of Miss Altha Addington Saturday night Mr Don Scott and Miss MitmiaKing were married at the horn of time bride last Thursday evening Mrs Lem CummingH veiled Mr and Mrs Alva Galloway law v vk Muster Jim Godspy min was on tho Blckliui is able to be min R P Ball and fnmily of Con rtown were tho gnosts of Bud ItuiKck nod family recunMy Mr Dan Southard and vnof Con tertown visited In this community last Sunday Mr Wll Stewart and who were the guess of Wil Davenport lust Sunday Mr Charlie Overton was in Hartford last Wednesday- Mr Charlie Bralchur is the guest of Mr Tom Godsey Mis Annie lllshop Malnnsan ii time guest of her sister Mrs Joe Unlock Seth Hunter who has been on the sick list for some time is not so well at this time u JI Tlir- bi tlrllNll l VVlD 1 9 I sary fixings We have probably just what I IIyBarnard fCo Hartford Ky I PItIJ1tv J olot J hs Y z I I i I U E LEEPERS r DestrovGerme of Dis r easeI In an article on tho disinfection of sleeping apartments Prof Koenig or jQoetthiEen says that at one timewhll ho was practicing medicine at Hanilii he sudenly discovered that his bed t room was thickly Inhabited by bugs A friend assured him that ho could easily get rid of the pests and pro- ceededI to fufmlgate the apartmentr with corrosive sublimate Tho success of the operation was agraUfying and when the room was 7opened tho dead bodies of vuriou kinds of Insects strewn about the floor This Incident led the writer to hope that the same means would be effectual in destroying the Infec t tious elements of contagious diseases r and a trial in private houses after scark t 7 let fever or measlesand in hospitals af ter erysipelas gave most satisfactoryt results Since adopting this method he has never seen a second case of contagious disease which could be atributcd to in fection remaining in the room in which the patient had been confined The mode of procedure is very simple Two ounces of corrosive sublimate are put On a plate over a chafing dish and the n the windows and doors otItho room are closed At the tion of three or four hours the dows are opened and tho apartmentI is thoroughly aired The person cu I terlng the room should take tho pro caution to hold a sponge or a cloth over the mouth and nose In order not to Inhale the vapor The following day the windows arc again closed and some sulphur is burned In order to I neutralize any of the mercurial fumes which may linger about the furniture and other articles The room is then aired again and cleansed and will theI be ready for occupancjIF 100 Reward S1OO The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there is at least I one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and t that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tho only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh beting a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Cat j arrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby des troying tile foundation of tho dlsease1 mill giving the patient I building up tho constitution and asi slstlng nature In doing Its work proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that testlIImonlals ledo 0- Sold a by all druggists 75c Take Rolls FamllyPills for con BtlpatJon m r Small family False IdeaIThat it is possible to raise a large fatally with quality equal to that of t a small ono wis declared by Rev Father J M Cary of Minneapolis who vehemently assailed divorce and the quality not quantity race suicide argument at a rwint session of the i National Purity Congress In Battle Creole Mich- Tho asfciiiniilon that one or two r children will bo reared to be better mon and women than ten to u dozen in u Clirlstliin home is wholly false he said and can not be supported by tho ie t of experience- On the topic of divorce Father Clcary said T Tin honor of woman Is insecure In human society when tho dread I sjiocter of divorce casts a dark shadow i on the Christian home Under every rleI5ItJwuu should lie the most tender object of cVlvnlrous devotion is lVlrlual1 and doKfiuhd by the ono In her husband who should value his life beggarly price to pay in defense of hor dignity and honor Tho married state is tho natural one for the majority of mankind Th church has never faltered In faithful defense of the holiness and inviola bility of the marriage bond But the church has praised virginity for her divine founder exulted it by living a virginal lfe Tie celebato state is neither Impossible nor repugnant to human nature Plants Killed by Heat Tho ordinary furnaceheated house is a bad placn In which to grow plants The air seems to have had all the C dHiiijmesH runfuvnd and that moist cnnliUi n so conductive to a good g th in pla g is apt found Tis in In a measure ho overcome by Ji11JIn UM 8 r I sllli thlt td rotdl1ifn Qt tlw ere J1ceJars or IMH O r I t iaiownd or b nt the furft f Ih oket of wattr dewn lid Ict I =4 the furnace pipes below the registers or place tbAem anywhere that rapid evaporation may be Induced Keep the plants in light airy locations but away from draughts Never consign a wellknown specimen palm to a cor ner of the room though it may look better there Its beautiful appearance will last a short time only in the dark close place It may seem strange to some but the very best placo in the house if the temperature there can be maintained at an even poInt is the klfhcn because of the constant evap oration of the water as it puffs from the spout of the tealcet- tloNOTICE = Orders Ohio County Court Regular term October 7th 1907 Hon W B Taylor J O C C Presiding S M Burgess et al For 0 Judgment Graded Common School It appearing that an order was duly made at the last term of this Court filing the petition of S M Burgess and eleven other citizen resldenlstax payers and legal voters within Rock port Justices District and within the boundary of the Common School Dis trict No 82 of Ohio county asking for an election for the purpose of tak ling the sense of the legal white vot ers in said District which is the proposed graded common school district upon the proposition whether or not they will vote an annual tax of 50 cents upon each 100 worth of property as sessed for taxation in said District belonging to said white voters or corporations and a poll tax of 150 perr capita on each white mule inhabitant over twentyone years of age therein and it appearing reSldlngj boundary embraces the town port a city of the sixth class and- S that the County Judge and petitioners agreed upon said boundary for salt proposed graded Common School Dis trict which is as follows Beginning on Lewis Creek at the bridge on the Rockport and Hartford road thence toward Rockport with said road to Henry Voodburnsexclud F- ug him thence toward Mcllenry on i the McHenry and Rockport road tolN E Corner of Mark Howard orA Daugherty farm thence In a general direction S to Green River so as to Include the Howard or Daugherty farm he Hendrie farm between Rockport and Echols crossing the I C Rnll road at east line of said farm the haft hill or Jackson farm thence down Green River to mouth of Lewis Creek thence up Lewis Creek to the t beginning excluding A M Herrel and M F Herrel It appearing further that said proposition has been approved in writing y all the trustees of District No 82 which is the only district affected and was also approveed in writing by the County Superintendent of Schools for Ohio county which writings were filed herein with the petition and It appear ng that the location and site of said chool house in said District is describ 2 id with the exactness in said petitions follows 2 Beginning at a gum tree in line if Mrs Campfield running S to Her ell Brothers corner thence with their 3 line East to a branch thence E to stone on branch thence N to Mrs Jauipfields line thence with her line o a gum tree the beginning corner nor And It also apcaring that no point on tho boundary of the said proposed graded common school district is more than two and onehalf miles from the site of the said proposed school 7 house which Is to be located on the a lot herein described It is therefore ordered and adjudged that an election gradedIthe 7th day of December 1907 for the purpose of taking the sense of the Igal voters upon tho said proposition I that R B Martin Sheriff of Ohio county be and he is directed to open i a poll In said proposed graded common school district for the purpose taking the sense of tho legal white 10C therein upon thu proposition of whether or not the annual tax of torIwhite voters or corporations and a poll tax of 150 per capita on each white male Inhabitant over twenty ono years of age residing therein for the purpose of maintainng a graded common school district and for the purpOse of erecting purchasing or repairing suitable buildings therefor Ho Is directed to publish this order in some weekly newspaper in Ohio coun ty for at least 20 layS etoro tho date of said election and also to advertise the same by printed or written hand bills posted at five conspicuous places In said proposed graded common school district for the same length of time The clerk of this court is directed to furnish the sheriff with a certified copy of this order and the sheriff shall have said advertisement inserted and notices posted as provid ed within 10 days after he receives n copy of this order He will also ap point a judge and clerk of said elec tion and said officers of election shall open a poll on said date and shall propound to each voter who may vote the question Are you for or again the Graded Common school tax and his vote shall be recorded for or c L JzI f f p against the same as Jie may direct Said officers shall at the same time open a poll for the election of six trustees for saIl graded common school district and the six persons re ceiving the highest number of votes shall be declared elected trustees thereof It is further ordered that a special registration bo held for tho tpwih of Rockport on Saturday the 30th day of November 1907 for tho roglslratlpr of persons entitlpd to vote at said elcc lion whose names havo not been re corded in tho registration book for tim year in which said election is held and the sheriff is directed to publish this at tho same time ho publishes the notice of said election and in the same manner and this proceeding is cqn tinnedA attest W S TINSLEY C 0 C C By ROSCOE RENDER D C Pursuant to the foregoing order andI judgment I will cause to be opened aI poll at tthe time and place and in the manner and for the purposes therein directed R B MARTIN S 0 C November 18 1907 How to Pack Apples Two layers of fruit should be plac ed in the bottom of a barrel with stems down and as close together as possible These will form the facing for the end will bo tho top when op ened Fill in with the same grade shake often and when near the top put in two more layers with stems up letting the last layers stand a full inch above the chime of the barrel put on the lid and slowly press into place shaking the barrel in the meanwhile Farm Journal Dewitts Little Early Risers are the Jest pills muds They do not gripe by all druggists m WlIlil CD DmTe Circuit Court Oho T CountyIDen D Ilingo Jailer Ed G Barrass Cleric Frank L ellx Master CommlsslonerY L Moso ey Trustee Jury Fund R B Martin I Hartford Deputies S A L P Crowder W C shle J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March i weekslandtwo weeks I County CourtW B Taylor JuJga voodwurl1lAttorney ou ilonilay In January April July and Oc oner Court of claimsConvenes first Monday In January Tuesday after econo I iionday In October Other Officers N Moxie Surveyor Strove S W Leach Assessor Ri loyJamcs DoWeeseSchool Superintend mt Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet lingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch ZI June 23 September 21 December 21 W P Miller Horso BranchMarch 26 Juno 25 September 25 December 25 W S Dean llceMarL1h 27 June 6 September 2C December 27 W R Edge Fordsvillo March SSJun September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain Beda March 29 June 25 September 28 December 19 Herbert Render Centertown March 0 Juno 29 September 29 December 30 john II Miles Rockport March 31 Juno 30 September 30 December 31 HARTFORD POLICE COURT Rn Wedding Judge J S GcnliClty Attorney Seth MosoleyMarslml Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices third iunday In each month at 11 a m and p m2nd Sunday at 7 p m4th Sunday t 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meeting very Wednesday evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor assisted by RevJ Franlt inker Baptist ChurchServices held Satur lay night before second Sunday Sunday und Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting everIThursday evening Rev A B Gardner astorC ChurchServices first Sunday n each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Christian ChurchServices every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev Vi B Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crowo J S Glenn W S TlnsleyC M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CounctlJ H Williams Mayor C M CrowoClerk C M BarnettTreas ircr R E L Slmmcrman Dr E B Pendleton A D WHe Wm Fair Wm Dean Dr J W Taylcr SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No G75 F A Ma sons meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin lean Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month W N Stevens High Priest French Vlck ore Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 KnIght of Pythias meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C R C Porter K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every Thursday night J C Her Commander D E Thomas Eec ord Keeper Sunshine hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Mlsa Sue Yeiser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No 4 G A It holds regular meetings Saturday Ithe first Sunday In each month Xs Porter Commander It r Anders Ohio Tribe No IRS Imp Order Red Mon mcctii second and fourth Wednes day nights In fftti monii Srth Mose Icy Sachem J tfv Kutor Chief ol Uecorda Woodmen of the We i meet first nil third Wednesday nights In erIi month R L Tweddoll Comsnj Commander Dr E q Pendleton Camp Clerk tI are caused by Indigestion If you sat a little too much or If you aro subject to attacks of Indigestion you havo no hoartbaatahnartburnIndigestion causes the stomach ta expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds and inter feres with its action and in the course eJ time tho heart becomes dise- asedKodol For Dyspepsia digests 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there was t6ttbt that his nineteen year old ter was the pest looking and belt ed Gated girl flue miles around 1 one way that was saying much for the other farmers were poor and the other girls rather plain and Uneducated but verylittlewas an outsider He had come from of fifty miles to teach tU Jidlstance at the Comers He wa of twentythree slim and pale faceU and tho big boys who 1 were to attend the term smiled and chuckled at sight of him There were half a dozen who reckoned they could stand him on his head If ho got too fresh It was Farmer Watkins who engage the young man He was president of the school board and what he said went It was his daughter Jennie who decided him in this She was bl only child nnd he was a widower an what she said also went There wer also a dozen other applicants and sit threw her Influence for Walter Cran- for a very curious reason He was th only one among the applicants wh had the manners of a gentleman an the only one who appeared to her t be her superior In education Th school didnt require and bad never had a gentleman for n teacher It lid not require and had never had an alit catcd man The pupils were a rough and igno pleasedfas Sometimes the farmers sons of eight een strong as horses and rough n bears had broken up the school afte four weeks sometimes they had let it continue on until spring Sometimes the big girls had runhetLtbe master and rolled him in a snowdrift nnd shattered his dignity and sometimes they bad been content to turn the school L room into a sewing bee and laugh at him as he protested And now they were going to try anew teacher and Jennlo Watkins had plans to make him trouble from tho very start She had no particular dls like but she wanted to see him taken down a pegseveral pegs He had too much assurancetoo much confidence In himself Why at the examination of candidates at her fathers house when Mr Crane had been asked what ocean surrounded Switzerland he had smiled and replied none at nil when she knew as well as could be that It was the Atlantic She didnt say anything then but she saved It up for some future time She had always spelled the word dissipated with one slbut he went right at It and spelled It with two and even produced a spell ing book to show that ho was right She had always answered that the i Rocky mountains were In Kansas and I when he moved them farther west her j checks got red and she put a rod In pickle for him That young man was pretending that he knew altogether too much He was even condescending a little to her father and he wasnt paying half enough attention to Mr Crane secured board at herIof a farmers widow and school lIe announced that it was to J begin at 0 a m Heretofore It had be gun at almost any hour to suit the I scholars He made this announcement without consulting Farmer Watkins and without Farmer Watkins consult ing his daughter This was Another jlgn of his independence y He insisted on having dry Instead of green wood for the big box stove and he Insisted on repairs to the stove to carry the smoke away There was no blackboard and he made and painted one Some of the benches were broken mId he asked that they be repaired There were some panes of glass need ed in tho windows a lock on tile door 4and a new tin water pall and before actually opened the teacher was being looked upon as a living curiosity He had gone through the neighbor hood and made a brief call fit every house to ascertain how many scholars he would have and to form their ac quaintance in advance His call did not last longer at the Watkins house than elsewhere He was gentlemanly unembarrassed and a ready talker antI Jennie had just begun to wonder If I slue wouldnt like him after all henI he picked up some poetry she had been writing and had left where he was cer tale to see It and criticised her rhymes and the spelling of three or four differ ent words He did worse Ho sug gested that sho attend school and faUI ling in that he would assist her of anIwvenlng now and then The girl re strained herself from killing him onIthe spot but she said to herself thiltI his career would be brief and full of tribulation She went to her fotherIfor sympathy but after she had her case her surprise was unbounded to hear him replyIWell incbbe you do make a mistake ere and there This eddecatlon is suchI tangled up thing that I cant see how anybody ever spells cat twice al1koI I guess that young feller sorter knowsI what hos about The custom In district schools allover America is to give a new mas talothimLouse The rule was followed In thisIcase There were those who there would be no outbreak MUw JenI1 hie Watldns was not one of them hadnt exactly conspired but she bad half eometblng to say to several of the big boys and girls Just a week i and then five or six gaunt and over grown girls rushed the master Ho took it as a Joke and it was the girls who were burled In the snowdrifts Mr Crane sold that he would dismiss school any day for fifteen minutes tenable the pupils to Indulge in athletic exercises Miss Jennie was indignant when one of the bedraggled girls cam along and stated the result of the rush She went to her father about It and after thinking It over be answered dlgno1 t anufaultnnight the schoolmaster in at Robinsons to see about 4av1n some clothes pegs put up Miss Jennie was ready for him There were three or four others present and at a proper moment she asked him to demonstrate a certain example In mathematics repliedsyou pronounce the word as de monstrate It is demonstrate I beg your pardon And I beg yours A pocket dictionary settled the dis pute In the teachers favor and the and there the husky son of a farmer t6do girl that hed lick the teacher before Saturday carve again and she didnt say a word against It becamed tvaaesamee theewnos schooldaso n theesat a dozen farmers Instead of calling up the class In geog raphy the teacher took from his desk a pair of boxing gloves and said There are several young men her who would probably like to learn the art of boxing Tho man who is a man stands up squarely Instead of roughing outsmerhe Thats what ha was aching to do Ten minutes later he was aching to get tho gloves off lIe had been jolted and Jarred and knocked head over heels until bethought his head was as big as a bar rel It hud all been done In a good natured way but beneath It he read the lesson and that night he said to one of his cronies Say If that feller should turn him self loose once wed be little lambs longs hIe of him Ono of his swats would knock a barn off Its underpin nings That put a quietus on any further thoughts of Insurrection and Miss Jenny said to herself that she hated the young man from the depths of her heart lie called and corrected her grammar nail her hate was Intensified Ho called and found fault because her verses made sorrow rhyme with tailor and she stamped her foot The girls wouldnt try another rush and the boys refused to tackle him while her father said that things were going better than ever before In this emergency she turned to herself There was a small lake on which the teacher used to skate for an hour In the even lag Sometimes he had company nullI sometimes he was alone The fatally ax and the family daughter might have been missed Just atdusk one evening Later on the family daughter might have been asked the cause of her rest lessness She was up and down all over the house and she finally put on her hood and cloak and went out Into the night It was she with a tong pole who pulled the tencher out of the air hole Into which he bad skated and was In danger of drowning It was she who wrapped bier cloak around his shivering form as men carried him to her fathers house It was she who acted as nurse for the pest three days find It was she who hid her face In her hands and said Im an awful wicked girl I cut that air hole In the lake hoping you would skate Into It and be drowned But I wasnt you see replied Crane Nbooo and Im so glad And so am I I wanted something yourtellyousodemonstrated what l1eI meanand she accepted the pronuncia tion of the word without appealing to the dictionary I 4 He Changed Hla MindIA buyer for a large cotton house In variably paid only half for his goods end gave his note for the other hnlfiThis note he rarely met As the buyer was a sterling fellow In every other re spect his friends all agreed simply to charge hjtn double and then of course destroy the worthless note One day after effecting a 1500 pur chase for which as usual he was charged 3000 be gave after the cus tomary grumbling over the high prices asked 1500 In cash and his note for another 1DOO Now said he wheres my little present coming In The merchant thought for a moment then took down a box from a shelf and unwrapped a beautiful shawl Perhaps your wife might fancy this said he- That shawl sir Andon a 3000 order sIr I Your generosity Is Incomprehensible sir I Over the face of the beamed a radiantly beneficent smileI You are right sir Ill hive you something more like Taking out his wallet he smoothed out the 1500 notet bad just received Here I cant do better than this sir tendering the noteSurprise embarrassment sheepish ness on tlie part of the other and thorn softly Ill take tho shawl Harpers j Weekly i i t Condensed Knowledge Hundreds of women are employed- In the secret service of Germany The building of San Francisco has been hampered greatly by the exor bltant wago schedule The rates exceed by a dollar per day the maximum YorkeAustrian mines are provided with rescue chambers at convenient loca dons underground riiey are equlpp ed with food and conveniences for mI- ners In case of accident scient a preserved with from 3 to 6 per cent of gsalt It the proportion of salt is hIgh- er than that the results are less sat isfactory Of the worlds population there are 64 to the million who are blind Thd flounder Is said to deposit 7 000000 eggs In the course of a year Germany sends 29000000 feathers per year to England for millinery pur poses The growth of girls is greatest In thenseventeenth Squares triangles and similar Im plements used by draughtsmen are now made of glass The floor space of St Peters Rome is 227000 square feet the greatest o f any cathedral In tho world The swiftest river in the world Is the Sutlej of British India which in ISO miles lots a descent of 12000 feet Saving banks are established in 228 schools In Scotland There are 35 712 depositors with 48990 to their creditWhen the herring fishery season Is at Its height something like 5000 or COOO miles of nets are set nightly in SeaoSome European servants have dis covered that onehalf grain of silver fluoride In a quart of water effects complete sterilization Experiments were made with complete success on sewerage water Infected with various injurious microorganisms Including those of typhoid Pdnctuation marks were first used In 1490 Tho charge on tho Congo Railroad is higher than that of any other rail road It is one hundred for u 250 mile journey Centipedes are eaten In some parts of South America Over 70 per cent of the natives of India till the land hence the population is scattered and their power of cooperation is greatly lessened- It is estimated that there are 2500 000 dogs In Great Britain Vanilla comes from a genus of climb ing orchid which grows plentifully In the tropics The difficulties of sending wireless messages during the hours of daylight have been overcome to a great ex tentHarvard leads all American colleges In point of number of students The output of all the vineyards of the world is estimated to be 3551416 000 gallons There are nineteen American col leges with an enrollment of more than 3000 stul tents each The Peacock Throne of Persia is tho most extravagant thing of the kind in the world Its value is estimated between ten and fifteen million dollars That Is said to be tim largest tell graph circuit In the world is that between London and Teheran the cap ital of Persia It is 4000 miles long and Is divided Into twelve sections Couldnt Bo Done Boys begun tho Sunday school stir perintendent impressively I hope none of you will ever get Into the reprehensible habit of alluding to your father as the old man When your grow up no matter how big or old you may be you should always look up to mid respect the silver hairs of your father who has grown bent and gray working for you In your helpless In fancy Now all of you who think you can do this please raise your right handsUp went every hand except one Sternly eying the delinquent the su perintendent solemnly observed Why young man I am horrified absolutely horrified as well as aston ished at your behavior Dont you wish to raise your band and put yourself on record as being willing to respect tho gray hairs of your father when you grow up to be a man 7 No No use tryln Cant do it no how unblushingly responded tho lad Why not sonny r Cause he aint liable to have no gray hair Dads bald chirped the youthful philosopher triumphantly I91scomfited passed on to something elseStrand Magazine tan CASxeOElAL Bought gaatnro dot Up To Date Ive got a little straight said the man who had called What have you gotThree afhnltes and a pair of artists answering the other raking In he pot- Later when the man saw three queens and two jacks he realized that was playing poker with one who reads the papers Detroit Free Press GVSS Telegraph Poles A factory has been established at Grossalmerdo a small city In Germany near Frankfort for the manufacture of telegraph poles of glass The ro quired strength is secured by a ro enforcement of strong wire threads One of tire principal advantages of nisitropical In are soon destroyed by the ravages of Insects and where climatical Influences are ruinous to wood The price of the poles is 6 for a polo of tho lengrh of about 23 feet The Imperial Ppst Department which has control of the telegraph and telephone lines In Ger many has ordered the use of these glass poles on ono of its circuits Wanted Teeth Like Teds Thats the limit said a Market street dentist a day or two ago What do you think that man wants Then he turned and wjpeed off an In strument Asked if I could make him a set of teeth like President Roose velts I told him I could if he would bring along a mouth like the Presi dents So he went away mad Said ho was a great admirer of the Presi dent and all that and wanted a set of teeth just like Roosevelts Yes we have all sorts of cranks coming along here The other day a woman brought a monkey in here and wanted me to fill a tooth for It I told her wo werent In the monkey business and away she went in a huff Oh thats nothing Part of the business you know Philidelphla Reccord Bees Race Pigeons- It is not generally known says the Reader that bees are swifter in flight than pigeonsthat Is for short dis tances Some years ago a pigeon fan cier of Hamme Westphalia laid a wagerthat a dozen hives would reach home in less time than a dozen plg eons The competitors were given wing at Rybern a village nearly u league from Hammo and the first bee reached the hive a quarter of a minute in advance of the first pigeon Three other bees reached the goal before the second pigeon The bees were al so slightly handicapped having been rolled in flour before starting for the purpose of identification Tabiel Manners The following general rules the ob servance of which will reduce the chances of contagion have been laid down by Prof II W Conn proffessor of biology in Wesleyan University Eat tile right kinds and quantity of food and at suitable times The food should always bo well masticatedNo nor excessive drink IngDo not eat too often nor too great a variety at the saute meal Do not take cold liquids so as to chill the stomach nor drink too much with food If drink other than water is needed take that which contains nourishment rather than that which has none Stimulants should very rarely bo takenDo not spit on the floor Do not put the fingers in the mouth Do not wet the fingers in tho mouth for tho purpose of turning the leaves of a book especially library books in as much as book leaves aro sometimes the lurglng places of disease bacteria Do not put pencils in the mouth Do not put money in time mouth Turn aside from others when cough ing What to Eat The Postmaster of Gasconade Mo Daniel A Bugh says of DeWitts Kid ney and Bladder Pills I am doing so well and Improving so fast In health that I cannot say too much for your Kidney Bladder Pills I feel like a new milD Dewitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are sold by all drugglrsts m h a Saved for His Next Life Believing that there was another life after death Henry Stevens whoso body was found near the Now unveil Railroad tracks at Webster Mass re cently hoarded a fortune estimated at front 15000 to 50000 which he de sired placed In his coffin and burled with him It was at first thought the miser had met a violent death but In the opinion of the local police and the medical examiner death was duo to natural causes Stevens though wealthy lived in a room scantily furnished and prepared his own meals He worked about the neighborhood haying digging potatoes cutting lawns and cleaning carpets He was reticent about his wealth but after completing hIs work for Mrs A D Searle of School street said he was keeping his moneyto take with him whEn ho died so that ho could take things easy in his second lifo Fre quently ho spoke about thIs after life and requested two ofhls Intimate none to see that his money was burled with him No will has been found Kentucky Safely Republscan Even the blindest and most bigoted of the Kentucky Democratic mlchino journals recognize that the Republican victory In that state In 1907 will stick Bradley the first of Kentuckys Republican governors had a lead In I 1895 which no returning board dared I to set aside and ho was not only Inaugurated four years but Taylor he Ropubllcahwas It t41 A Bargain for our- Subscribers TheIi New Idea Womans Magazine and REPU6LICfNiOne Year Both for 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4 Respectfully PEARL D TWEDDELLI chosen In 1899 as Bradleys successor but although ho had a lead of 2100 votes tho Democratic Legislature found or Invented pretexts on which they set aside this margin and gave the governorship to Goebel who hind beoh defeated at the polls But the plurality for Wlllson who has Just been elected on the Repub lican ticket Is too largo to be nulli fied under any pretense that a Bourbon Legislature can devise lIe will bo inaugurated and will serve to time end of his term The Democratic inn chine in Kentucky is thoroughly dis credited Though tho Democrats will retain control of the Legislature the will of the peeoplo this time will bo allowed to stand Until 1895 Kentuck was as safely Democratic as South Carolina or Mississippi While Henry Clays Whig party was alive Clays State was usually Whig but he and the party died over a half a century ago and shortly afterward the state went to tho Democrats and remained with them until eceut times l I T A= fn Tho present prospect is that Ken i tucky will bn oxicflnigly doubtful in 100S with the chances rather more fuvorabln tor tl o Republicans that depend uiion the course of the Repub loan governor Mr Wlllson is an able well balanced and personally popular moan who has the respect of Democrats as well as Republicans Undoubtedly tine executive portion of the stato government will be man aged wisely during tho next four years But at tile outset at least Re plMUan control will go no farther tl an me oxwirh The Legislature and the judiciary will reemaln In Democratic hands Tnis will be an unsatisfactory condition It will to a large extent bulk Republican plans for reform In the state government A step forward hAS been mado how over The Republicans have an ex cellent chance of carrying Kentucky for president In 1908 and of winning pontrol of tho Legislature before Gpv olcrt Wlllro s crm ends Globo Dew 7- i x- t h I e M t y c s- ar h Y and he Bum B By Arthur Brindamour Copyrighted 1907 by E Co Parcells Howard Dighton stopped at the ate ftosriipberB desk and bleary ground his teeth together savagely He knew very well that he couldnever hope to marry Phoebe Chlltlera for the hud made this quite clear when under the Ural A Impulse of Mil boyish love bo bad written her n fervid declaration of lite intention to marry her when he should f t have grown up Thereafter It was a hopeless passion that be named but his grief was not assuaged at the spec f tacit of Dlghton bending over his ldeskfor the lad shrewdly noticed that she did not draw away front the chief clerk us she did when the junior partner came to her desk ashe so often did Time had been when Dlghtou was Henrys boyish hero It was ho who had trained the lad to office ways anil until they two became rivals for Miss Chlhters love Dlghton had been lIen Ntrysfavorite But with the coming of the pretty typewriter to tbc ollico nil this had been changed thefJ chair with a remark conjured up on the spur of thu moment just to show Dlghton that he too could lean over Miss Clilldprs desk until the fair huloI nlmost brushed his check Then h went back to his desk but not beC01I Dlghton hurt celled him to his side and had shnrpy ordered him to stop wnn dcrlntf about the olllco Ill get siimre with you muttered Henry im he went slowly to his sent nut even Phoebes bright smile its tie again passed her desk did not ease the hurt to his pride tile stood well with Miss Childers but It wits within nigh tons province to call him befmv her and the man had an nbsurd and un reasoning Jealousy of the boy Dlgh ton had not yet gained IV n trance to put his fate to ho test and the air of easy fninlliarityjwlth which Henry cophr 1 Li exact attitude way not to be j borne by a somewhat fiery and love tried tempI Henry Wes still meditating the particular form of torture to which ho would llp to see Dlghton submitted when till two active partners Evans and Button came out of the private of I lice 1 Inca 11 the silent partner was with tliiui and their races were and rt ions The senior JrteIcame 8rsr ian The RnrtouIradley company has i obtniiiM ocr bids on the naval job I he said without preliminary tao you explain Miss Childers how they come to be In possession of a typewritten copy of our bills I know nothing of 1t said the girl I evenly As soon as the proposal was made out I returned to Mr Sutton the original willie the typewritten copy II Ulil on your desk to be signed Kinwild looked sharply at the Junior partner That Is correct Mr SlitI toil lit asked I think eo said Sutton uncertainly I I rpiiiiiiiber Miss Chllders giving ino a rough draft of the bid and laying i ftouie papery on Mr Evans desk I teas just about to go to lunch and aft or thrusting the draft In the safe IIleft I did not look to see the copy on Mr Evans ili f- Klncald fro + + tied It Is unfortunate for you he said turning to the typewriter that Mr Sutton did L examine the copy on tie oilier desk Some one In this of fire delivered to the other company all our Ufjim s They made their hid a few thousand lower and got the coutmctI The mail frmi whom I InforinnMon could not tbll me by whom the delivery was made but the Infer ence Is obvious You lure the only stenographer employed In this olllce lie waved the Incriminating docu ment toward her and the current of nil from the electric fan blew It out of his hand Henry who laid been gradually edging donor to Miss Chll j dors dunk sprang to pick It up lIe I fIculdsI This aint Miss Chllders writing ln declared Even u kid could see thatYou employ a detective upon your staff asked Klucald of Evans with a sarcastic smile Henry flushed Im only a kid he retorted but I rot sense This was written on 5fr t Suttons machine Sutton flushed He had been a clerk tor I vans before an unexpected legacy bad permitted him to buy Into the firm lIe still used the typewriter occasion ally ohDont you see that bum nlIenmudcd Henry Thats on Mr Sot tons machine The B key tell oft I about n mouth ago and they sent a ham over to fix It He didnt know as much about the job as I do and he left It crooked Get Miss Cbilders to write something on her machine The girl grasped the Idea and rapidly traurcrlbed n few lines from the patI per Klncald examined bier two andi nodded approvingly toward Henry 4YOUl been reading dime novels purposein c rt S saw mrir use before Lets see that1 mchlue of yourn button iofdicet Though Dlghton and MissCllljdtrsFe jialned outside Button uncovered jhis machine and wrote a few lines When he IItk boy was right about the broken The repair mnpconid not 191j t SLI s uar In n hurry to uijo melllaJ told him to cease again whe Qthervwas more time Thts was a week before the bidwasputhi Yon had a copy of the bid said KlnaldweuulngIY Sutton nodded I still have the draft he admitted hut I did nbt make this copy though It mutt have been made on my typewriter Ktncaida Mtee grew dark I am sorry about this he said slowly I trusted you though It has been parent for some time that other firms were getting the best of us on big contracts 1 think Sutton that the partnership had best be dissolved I admit that appearances are against me said the Junior but I did not give out those or any other figures Sure not put in Henry KIncafd frowned How dared you follow us In hero he thunderedThought 00 wanted me was the calm response Mr Sutton didnt copy that stuff it was a little man with a nanny goat beard Ho came in to see Mr Evans while the push were to lunch There was only me and him here and this fellow comes In and he goes in the office and bangs the ma chine for fair Then be goes out and Mr Evans chases me over to Graves Sltgreaves with the money he got for margin One of the kids over there says Mr Evans cant play the market any better than he does the ponies Klncald caught Henry by the collar and helped him hurriedly out of the olilco Then he locked the door and the three employees In the main office could hear only the bum of angry votes though Henry had an explana tion Probably Klnculd knew what IM boy had picked up through the freemasonry of office boys Evans was betting on the market and on the races with no success lIe had overdrawn his share of the profits of the firm and In his pressing need of ready mon ey be had sold information to his part ners undoing- It must have been the right explana tion for Inter on Klncald apologized to Miss Cbildcrs for his suspicious and the three men left the offico Phoebe threw her arms about Hen rys neck and planted half a dozen kisses upon the freckled cheek You have saved my reputation and my happiness she whispered to the blushing boy as she released him 1 shall never forget It Henry winked nt Dlghton I guess thatll something you cant do he exulted For answer Phoebe slipped an arm about DIghtons neck But bo may she laughed for wo are to be married soonStung murmured Henry but all the same Im glad I knew about tint bum B I guess Ill wait and marry your daughter when she grows up Beulahsi I cy I t v- IBy T tANNE HEILMAN T t Copyrighted 1007 by P C Eastmcnt iu u The heir to the Fackcrel million leaned back in the great chair and bent n stealthy puzzled glance In the plate tjc butler had put before him He hull no more idea of the food the plate contained thou he had of the proper fork to cat It with Toll mo your object In wanting this secretaryship Fackerel suggested Judge Delmas apparently oblivious of his guests dilemma Why you with almost unlimited wealth nt your com mand should desire such u position puzzles me Am I very well oftr queried Fack crel You know money just menus figures to n twelve dollar per week hunk clerk You are better oft than this young Hobson who wants a secretary Ilet also a client of mine ViatV exclaimed Fnckcrcl excitedly ItIt is Incredible Tic judge smiled reassuringly Though Delmas had known his old friends nephew but two or threo days ho had taken u fancy to the boy- Sed Fackerel was about twentyfive well set up brood shouldered fellow with a fresh unllpcd face which made him look younger titan hp was lie hnl li welt shaped head with steady lurid ret eyes and a niuare Jaw VeM judge went on the boy In his decpileflsant voice sbiceIve come Into thl5 money thp papers have been printing columns about me and my wealth Im besieged by report rs nail deluged wJlie JptUluUon8nndlnvJ tations from UsWl 1 never Jieard of Vdlike to qrop but of for awhile until I learn J e ropes you know and I cant trawl crj Jm because youll need me to Hlgn papers now timid Mill I sliQuliT like to try being a rich plans secretary tWthat 1 could bee a UtiJfi life train the Inside It wilt not ofO any harm sai tho Jut and expcrlcnco maydo j you IoodIsecretary recommended by tho judge ami as FnckereHvas quick rind adapta ble he child h tld itrbubIb I Eto accom hiskgrent fashionIsecretaryrThe Barings comlngModdy lip i announced I nearly forgot all about I station1tI 1r 1 twc14sir replfetttlid roc J w w 4 tary rather stlffiy rroDsons way pr speaking of wohien did iipr colncldo lyjth Fnckercls ideas and the youth always grew specially spied nt Hob sons wireless mention of e girl ht- expectWto marry Fackerel had never seen Beulah War lag When lie arrived at the station to find the train lnoodn number of people looking about expectantly hu was puzzled lie wnsmaklng his way across the platform wh n hie safr n tall sun t1e conjlng towardS him As she stepped nsido quickly to avoid being run dowbya truckload or trunks the from ar shoulder and she tripped over It taJ Ing straight into Fackerels outstretch cd arms Oh I hope you arent hurt he exclaimed so fervently thdt alma smiled at him Not a bit thnnk you she replied Can you tell me whether Mr Hob sons trap is here u iI cult indeed ho nnswtred picking up the bag J drove It over to meet Miss Waring 111m Beulah Waring And you she inquired In a rather imperious wayI am Mr Hobsons secretary stam mered Fackerel 1 The others are coming on a later train I hurried on for a round of golf before luncheon as I knew the Greens and Denlsons were already here she explained as Fackerel assisted her into the trap The coming of fJeulah Waring was an event In Ned Fuckerels life With the single mindedness of a thoroughly sincere and unworldly titan he fell in love with her deeply and for all time Beulah was honestly unconscious of it though she might have known it had she stopped to reason out his thoughtfulness for her his gentle air of protection and deference mind his deep silent delight In her society She was not In any way self conscious and love had never touched her Her distaste for her approaching marriage was absorbing her mind to the exclusion of all else Hobson was the only one who understood the situa tion and he found a vast amount of quiet cynical amusement In It He said nothing to Heulnli whose engage went to him lint been the fruition of a scheming mothers work because he expected her to allow him great lati tude In his own affairs On time night of Bctilahs birthday there was a dinner at the house While it was In progress Fackerel was strid ing up and down n secluded path on the lawn having it out with hliueolf lIe knew at Inst Just where he stood and how he felt toward Beulah and he determined rightly or wrongly that site should know something of his feel ings for her After a time he grew calmer Look Ing up he saw Beulah corning straight to him over the lawn her white gown gleaming against the dark background sfthetrrcs ioulmvent even congratulated me Mr Fackerel she begun and now my birthday Is nearly over Ive been hoping nil day for the chance Miss Waring II want to beg you to accept this In remembrance of some one to whom you have been very kind lie held out to her a small square box and she took It wonderingly How nice of you I Why Mr Fack erel she exclaimed as she opened the box and sasy the exquisite pendant of diamonds how perfectly beautiful and how good of you but nut wliatV he asked as she paused irresolutelyI accept so costly a gift and from you she said I want you to have It be persisted to renumber me If you will when I nm gone Gone she repeated Why surely you are not going away Tomorrow nUll this is our But why do you go shin interrupt ed suddenly growing white and wist ful I dont want you to go I need you I I trust I dont Intrude broke In Hobsons cool sneering voice You make a charming tableau Fackcrel scarcely heeded him Hc was too much dazed nt time significance of Beulahs inst trembling speech to think or to care to think what Hob sons presence meant A sudden hope fulness sprang up within him and ho could scarcely keep back the eager words upon his lips Bculnh with the gleaming pendant still In her hand looked from her betrotheds sneerlnfj face to the others white and intent and knew at last what the fierce sweet pain at her heart portended Having clandestine meetings with my promised wife is something I could easily overlook the sneering voice went on But a predilection for rank ing expensive presents by one whohas access to my safe Is mother matter You cnn consider yourself discharged FackerelRobert I am ashamed of you ex claimed Beulob hastily herself Fackerelda elder our engagement broken draw agerandagoodness to leave me t Ill look over your accpuntaatnce Fackerel ho threatened as ho turned and walked away overtt lawn Bonlab began Fackerel abruptly I don t know tosar s9ptbut I love you with all my I u to say that you care for me 1Doyou ISho stepped tip to him awl r put heY o on his sbouldersand so for a long minute she atogd Booking straight late Fackerela eyes As I never dreamed of eating for any ono on earth my dearahQ whl X011 cilrlesuuy itilti Jwilc or out inItorn 2to 5 minute i LiC J U CJ 1Jl11J 5 Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner 6 Marx J7- r Some day when you feel quite like spending some tOvercoat money wed like to take you iji hand and tput you next to some of our Hart Schaffner 4 Marx 4 Overcoats Youll see some of the smartest Overcoats tyou ever saw or ever will see 18 to 25 show one of the latest here but weve lots of 4 others too And spch Suits as any man can be glad + 18 to 25 tAll Hart Schaffner 4 Marx goods are strictly all= + wool no cotton fraud about them y Besides the Hart Schaffner 4 Marx high=grade clothes from 18 to 25 we carry a complete line of i Suits and Overcoats from which any size purse cant be accommodated t E Pl1 tADf d hBROS J tJ + BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY4 4 trh htrTrtr 4 p lIt aJto v6oj16 vrId vrn twa 4 iJv C 4c4jor = HERBPRT Nov 18Mr Sam Flowers of near Patcsvllle was burled nt this place Sunday afternoon The funeral was preached at Panther Creek church by Rov Cicero Corley Joe May a son 01 Mr Charles May trill bo buried hero this afternoon Fu neral to bo preached by his pastorI Rev T J Ratcllffe of I Mr Virgil Miller is serving on tho Jury at Hartford this week Miss Margaret Chambers returned from several days visit to Blackford yesterday afternoon Mr John Bell and wife of Thrus ton are visiting Mrs Bejls father Mr Sam Haynes Mr and Mrs Morton HolbropKj and children of Whlteesvilie visited 11ir and Mrs Henry Milligan Saturday nigh and Sunday v NARROWS Nov 20 Misses Della SullhnpntJd Bessie Renfrew visited Mrs Mytie Armondt at Fordsvllle Saturday and Sunday Messrs A R Renfrow O P Svillr is and George Lee went to Penrose Ark Tuesday Mr Jack Walker was in Owensboro Tuesday Messrs Albert Cox and Harlan Cop page were in Owensboro Wednesday Mrs Maggie Powers and children are visiting relatives near Adaburg this weeki 4 r9 C Carter returned Monday from a visit with relatives in BrachH p I 1 J 1 Sy w rirfmourr iitj enrldgo county q Irnnd AfiJutvYIO Stevens ofs Hartford ivere1f i i Suiiliiy tiHtKuestHo of Mr andlrjWilliuu ltuntrow Misses i Fi in lIna IJJstoyb Daniel OrtltOr ve vti KM rf s olMisses Coiino und I ttr ti m aSuny day U fJlr George igoromnn htiu Ing Mr henry Cummings Irene near Dundee I far n c uHItorntln nit MViriffi him dreg dollars br ABhriey T jir rs Uie bnn pi VilllarhVafir WIJHwinIIjir a tnhiJ wUlql el- detltnlly shot Ie 1tttg dime I railroad conw ruction wortas near Hart fprdylnstywock t lao- t J1 iSndi J tIOn J vv i iIr Albert Sand rkcl 13nu1 rice vw niay nisui iCS1 I V K1 A small ot v 1 v lid got a lu ills i1rw k1t ngothatwitivii ua lV 1ftrjrif CI ltArnJlcannon ptat a t r I Thero iMY be such afldltg astybuI luck Inthedairy buaiuces huit Is u fOl1lowsbnd1egpihetcalf grq1n- q t Jl j j from tIlt ut hi I U M wVM4 L iit t f A1 wwwr JI IUIIrtuLures twice as much feed to raise litinted calf ns It does to raise the ne that has been kept growing It is important that the milk piUl B kept clean how Important is showi y an experiment Before tho first ashing there were 7389000 bacteria before the second 157000 and after tho third only 58000 Do not oppose tho cows appetite She knows what it takes to make a balanced ration better than any feed- Ing standard It she gets tired of eat ing bran and corn try oats and corn U situ is fired of fodd5rl3y nil means try a little clover haytThe dairyman who winters the dry pqjv finds that his bank account is ut little If any larger at tho end ofnioyear than it was at the beginning The cow should be giving enough milk during the expensive winter mdnjhs tit tit least pay her board An Iowa dairyman writes Once eph week I gave my cows all of a i l lUllQftwo parts salt and onq part ushcs lI r they will eat The deacuiuUi bo rich In charcoal ThjC S require n great deal of clarcoaluDlt cannot do their best without It JK Could the reader live on one tea cup of cold soup each day A ration of deed grass alone at this timb of lr the year contains about nsQ1trphof food elements for the cow as sea cupful of soup for the person atlnot think that It Isa waste to feel the dairy animals n little additfo i jff t e way ofgrain and iyogin and i1cIclE 0 0