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F 7 1 11I 4 4 1iW w F V I I d I S j r LrTrtf r IEtqnblican I I 4Fihe Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year 1rVOL XJARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 31 1908 No 28 I 1TCHEttHEADSj OFFMDVEMEN t Does Not Want To Be On Ad vlsory Boaft- W i D Hay wood Addresses United Mine Workers on Conditions I 4 InC010radoI announced to the con IIndianapolis United Mine yorkers that he did not any office In the organ retirement as presi dent April 1flhls will stop a move ment to have him placed at the head iofan Advisory Board r He asked that his friends give their it loyal and undivided support to his successor While I have been pres I ident in fact as well ac in name and I my successor should have the same opportunity to carry out his policies W D Haywood secretarytreasur er of the Western Federation of Mine I era addressed the convention He referred feelingly to the appreciation of Moyer Pettibone and himself for tho action of the labor element of the country which had contributed 500 000 toi their defense Haywood attributed all of the strikes and troubles in thelasterniead coal 4ind gold mines to the operators fail ure to keep their contracts with the miners He charged the operators with destruction of property by the use of explosives in ordert o prejudice pub lic opinion and lay the blame on the minersHe painted graphic plcures of tho bull pens established by the State and military authorities which he said have been subservient to the opera Jors Colorado he said Isas mean as all the other States boiled down OCorporations control tho Courts there debauch the Legislatures and run the elections to suit themselves Mr Haywood pleaded for a closer relationship between the Western Federation of Miners and the United Mine Workers of America He ask ed not only for the financial support of the United Miners but for moral sup port as well He asked that all coal miners have their contracts expire at the same time so they can give each other mutual support President Mitchell addressed the convention when Mr Haywood closed He declared himself tb be opposed to sympathetic strikes 1 have watched labor troubles and conditions as close ly as any man said he I have not seen any benefit accrue from sympa thetic strikes Should the Western Federation of Miners ask us to go on a striks to aid their strike we would ask naturallyWhat will we get out of Jt What good will accrue to us I do not see that it would do us i any good to have the metalliferous miners on a strike If wo coal miners too 4 i cvero out on a strike Coal can be mlri L ed when gold miners are notworklng but gold cannot be mined if there is i no coal i Mr Mltchell urged miners to con tinue the contract system He admit ted that in extreme cases sympathetic strikes would very materially assist In the accomplishment of labor purposes and In such cases he would favor them He thought a closer union of mine work ers and the Western Federation of Mi t ners and suggested a commission to c define what those relations should be L DA Sullivan secretarytreasurer of i the Ohio mlnersand Alexander How I att president ot the Kansas miners I were elected delegates to the Inter national Mining Congress which meets at Paris The convention adjourned at noon till tomorrow morning i c CarsonTotnpson j Miss Olive t Edna Carson and Mr j Georgd Lee Thompson were qul elY J married at the home of the brides fa tfher Mr J Lv Carson In Hartford Jan I DameleOor ry I I Flower Song Only a few Intimate friends were present Tbd bride look 0 ed very charming and etyjish In a ltailored traveling suit of dark blues4 4 cloth and the groom very dignified In I the regulation black The bride la I known ne99y d for her kindness of J 1lc Mr Thompson la jBouthera ifentle cJ1l0 jt t d f I man of ne of the bc4Ihis o- Alabapa f nrid Is a well nti A CPttqi buyerand lilanter of Fayette Ala Immediately after the ceremony amid a shower of rice nnd tile congratula lions nd best wishes of friends Mr and Mrs Thompson left for their home In Fayette Ladle Social Club Entertained At their lovely honion Union street Wednesday afternoon Misses Lyda and Laura Morton ehtortainei the Ladles Social Club at progressive flinch Afer fifteen games were play cd delightful refreshments were served In two courses Thoe present were Mesdames R D Walker C E Smith W S Tlusley J S Glenn W H Barnes P t Felix E FL Blrk head Heber Matthews S As Anderson T R Barnard Rowan Holbrook G W Fengan J F Vickers C M Bar nett E B Pendloton Hooker Wil LowIIsPote Misses Mnltio Saudorfur Leltiu Marks Elba Bean Mary Smith Hattie Barnett Mary Wedding Mary Null Lizzie Miller I MAY CARRY FIGHT TO STATE CONVENTION r I Proposed to Continue hIS Fake Temperence Campaign and Reorganize Party A Louisville special to the Cincin nati Enquirer says Somo of former Governor Beck hams plans have been announced that1hisdeadlocked to the finish Then he proposeSL so his managers say to make a fight for c ptrol of the com ing state convention to reorganize the party with committee of his own selection and to Induce the conven ton to adopt a resolution Indorsing him and correcting any defects which his opponents claim are now contained in the senatorial nomination secured in the promary Beckhams friends assert further that if he is not elected at this session he will make a twoyears crusade as the apostle of tempreanco and against the liquor interests which ho charges are responsible for his present plight In the meantime it is predicted that the party In the senate will be torn to shreds But if Beckham is to Inaugurate another temperance and prohibition crusadeIn the state those in the Democratic party who oppose his Views on this question will see that the matter Is presented in some form to the coming convention in order that for tho first time the question may be fairly and squarely pr sented to the accredited representatives of the party This they say will then determine finally whether the Democratic party in the state wants to go on record as a prohibi tion and temperance party No party convention has ever spoken on the question Democrats who are opposed to drastic temperance legislation say Beckham cannot afford to speak for his party on this question until the convention has determined the matter Men interested In the boer and whisky industry here deny emphatic ally that they are in any wise re sponsible for opposition to Dec ham They say they are keeping out of pol itics and are minding their own bus- Iness POOLED BURLEY I BRINGSJjpdD PRICE Equity Society Sells one Thousand Six Hundred and Fifty Hogsheads x Frankfort yK Jan 27 Officials of the tobacco department ot the American Society of Equity hero are lucb elated oVer the disposal oIl 650 hogsheads pf the pooled Burley crop at Winchester at excellent prices Five hogsheaiJs of loaf sold at thirty cents a pound Five hundred hogs nerpoundjon for eleven cents per Pound This rrade formerly brought from three to five cents say Equity men The re- InaiBder amountlngto 45 logshea- dacat ymrjow price all above jeie ven cents 1 tJH I II I II STATE PRIMARY I NOT LEGAL I I And Beckhams Senatorial Nomination Invalid Point Arises In Trial of Moses Kaufman for Publicly IMarking Ballots Lexington Ky Jan 2SClrcult Judge Parker decides today that ihe primary election held in this county III 1906 to decidf the senatorial race between Beckham and McCreary was illegally held and that therefore al though Moses Kaufman who was in dicted for marking the ballots of vot ers bad been proven to have marked thirty or forty ballotshe could not be punlshcdas the election Itself was il legal Judge Parker by his decision prac tically holds that J C W Beckhams claim to the nomination for United States Senator is invalid though that point was not in Issue in the case be fore him After hearing the testimony for the prosecution Commonwealths Attorney John B Allen said that the law re quired that at least twenty different posters should be placed at conspicuous points in each county announcing that a primary was to be held but that he had conferred with both the local and State Democratic committees and they had admitted that no such posters had been put up The court on this statement decided as tho law had not been complied with a legal prlmar election had not been held and therefore tho defendant could not be held ac countable for his actions as an officer of an illegal election Hetherefore on motion of the defonseordered peremp tory Instructions for the defendautand a similar case against Fred Lazarus was also ordered dismissed Mr Kaufman who was chairman of the Democratic City Committee and a warm Becklfam partlsanwas judge of tho election at the Merlnostreei IrccillctI Ho was Indicted on the charge of having marked the ballots of voters who were not physically disqualified for doing this themselves Judgo Matt S Walton one of the most prominent Democrats of this city was the first witness called The witness said he was clerk in tho Merinostreet precinct and was personally for Mc Creary Ho said ho saw Mr Kauf man murk thirty or forty ballots on that day Ho and Judge Riley also marked the ballots Most of these were the ballots of negroes It was ahvuys done in tho presence of ne groes and always with a stencil He said that the negroes would come In with a slip in their hand and state that they wanted to vote for those men rime first time this was done he said he objected These negroes he said would state that they were unable to read and write He object ed but his objection he said was overruled He eald that most of the ballots were stamped without the vot er being sworn On crossexamjnatlon he said that he himself had stamped fifteen or twenty ballpts Most of these he said were McCreary ballots and that some of these were sworn and Some were not That these ballots were voted under exactly the same conditions as thoseMr Kaufman mar ked Herald that the men for whom he stamped the ballots himself came h with these slips after the McCreary men had gotten wise to the scheme of tho other side He said that after a short time he had consented to tho stamping of the ballots Among the Lodges Tho Maccabees are showing a now life S The Lady Maccabees contrary to their custumare showing a little lack of interest in the lodge This is only temporary however and We expect to Aoa Jhom do some good york this spring oSlHartford Lodge No 675 P fi A M Ul1aveolargo amount pf worknexl Monday night In Fellow Chaft and Master degrees flesldes the question or a new hail will come up in Eta In ru8tlngform Every member should be present r S- Eougb h Therol1QlC ot Phada fine meetIng Tfuepday night and con ilerrect the 1iLodge4and1 ni1it ranks J a jtlnSiylerChancellor jCgnuaandor Walker jf ipaHltig one of the best i t y JAr presiding pfflcers this lodge has ever had All the boys did good work Tues day night A Committee consisting of K lghtsC il BaniQttC M Crow juttl TR Barnard was appointed to resell the lot purchased from the county back to tho fiscal court provl ded the court desires It If not to sell to some other buyer and seek another location with a view of securing a hall for the lodge For Sale Thirty two inch Wool Carding Ma chine including picker automatic card grinder belting and all necessary tooles If taken at once price 100 J W Ford I Prop Hartford Water Mills i i BOY OF TEN CHARGED WITH MURDER I I Stabbed Foteen Yearold Boy IV1t Butc Knif- eCausingbfatb I suysIarold on n was morning on a warrant charging him BuIfore being taken to jail ho was tak en before Judge Owen and his exam morningiyoung Dougherty charged him with malicious cutting Upon the death of Dan Head however this warrant was nullified and it became neces sary to Issu another charging tIme graver offense Head died ut tho I city hospital on Monday night I Coroner Grauez held an Inquisi deathI9 oclock Tuesday mornlnc Time only eye witnerscsr were John and Charles Schoft They testified that tho boys had a quarrel some time beforn the cutting in which Dougherty called Head a vile name The quarrel was renewed nt the meat market Head demanded that Dousherty take it back which Dougherty refused to do Head then advanced on Dough erty with tho expressed intention of I striking him Dougherty retreated until he reached a meat block in tho rear of tho building on which there was a butcher knife He grabbed this knife and stabbed Head as the latter advanced on him This was practically all the evidence befoie the coroners jury The substance of the testimony Is that Dougherty was seeking to avoid a conflict with Head but no definite cnocluslon is reached further than that tho killing was a case of homicide LEAVES SUPPER TABLE TO KILL HIMSELF Anderson Mercer Becomes De mented and takes his Own Life Anderson Mercer shot himself fatally at his homo onehalf mile above Reynolds Station last Friday evening He was seated at his table with his I wife eating supper and remarked that he did not feel well and getting up after eating a few bites he wont into and adjoining room as if to lie down to rest In a very short time his wife heard the report of a gun and she called to her husband to go out and see who was shooting so near to the house He made ho response and she then went Into the room where she was shocked to find him deadI with blood flowing from a ghastly wound and his brain bespattered ora the floor and oil the furniture and even on the ceiling of the room By him on the floor was the shotgun with which herhad evidently killed him aslblownI I neighbors gathered Irippnrently ho had sat Ina cjjalr and placed the gun between his knees had placed the muzzle against his head and then pulled the trigger Mr MerceY was about 46 years of age nndThad been married only four I years He had no children Forth past two yean his inlnd had been unbalanced and In recent weeks Itl l seems tbrjfcv be grew much more feebjiwmUll J1 tlI L k MVLf4NJGO RT HOUSE WANTED By Other Towns Besides CalhoonI Livermore and Rpmsey offer to Put Up the IDough VI The Owcnsboro Inquirer gives us the following spiel about the McLean County Courthouse The county seat contest Is warming up in McLean county There aro now six candidates for the honors which are at present held at Calhoon Of I course Calhoon wants to continue as time county seat but Livermore Rum beIof as counsel and proposes to raise 30000 to aid In the erection of a courthouse and jail Rumsey has also secured legal counsel and Mr Tilden Ballantlne of that place announced that Rumsey has subscribed 40000 with which to erect a courthouse and jail Guffle and ProveJJy are two other candidates for county scat honors but if either has offered any finan cial Inducements the fact has not been made public The Calhoon Star says that the Basin is also In the fight and It Is offering some very convincing arguments In the way of finance Alfred Bates of the Basin Is quoted as say- Ing tIme people of that vicinity have raised 35000 and that the Louis ville and Nashville railroad had con tributed 15000 making a total of 50000 In cashand that the railroad company had also agreed to build a spur from their line down to the Ba sin It Is qulto probable that Mr Bates was only jesting Calhoon seems to be moving right along as If there is no danger of the loss of the county seat to that town The McLean county fiscal court which met in called session to take some action In the matter appoint ed a committee composed of Judge William B Noe William Boston and F A Lochrey to correspond with architects to get prices on a new courthouse to be erected in Calhoon and several architects have already been to Calhoon to make plans and estimatesHowever the Calhoon Star does not seem to be so sanguine that Calhoon Is going to win easily as it says lit behooves Calhoon to put her best energies to work to secure the new courthouse as there is an undercurrent working against it being lo cated here is no secret However the Star firmly believes it will be built here our citizens need not sit Idly on tho fence and do nothing Youve got to get up and hustle until tho coveted plum is secured Calhoon the present county seat is tho most centrally located point that Is contesting for It except Rum sey Both are near the center of the county the towns being on opposite sides of rGeen river Livermore is on tho south border and just across Green river frbnr Ohio county The basin Is between Calhoon and Liver more and Is on Greon river Guf lie Is In the west end of tho county and near the Daviess county line Poverty is also in ho west end of the county and near the Hopkins county line Livermore is1 the only town In the cotest which has both river and railroad transportation facilities- i Hartford Magisterial District Ijnion Hartford Magisterial District Union met at Beaver Dam Tan 24 1909 House wiia called to order by Pres ident Austin After a short talk by President Austin the following per sons were npiwlntcfd as a committee on resolutions H B Taylor C N Taylor W A Hocker Warren Taylor Elmer Burnard After this committee was appointed the President 11whntI thin body elect new officers for the yfar of Hits Adjourned until one 0 clock Yarren Taylor was called bii to explain the 1907 tobacco deafwhlch he did satisfactorily to allJtThe domn7itt eOn resolutions made i thefohlowitmg report Your committee on resolutions would respectfully submit the following for your consideration- st That the Hartford District Meeting of the A S of E endorse the proceedings of the late National Con vention anti pledge our earnest suppor to all the officers chosen at said convention 2nd That all locals now in harmony with the present National Convention be urged to send In their duds Immediately as they stand sadly need of funds Iin ofHC N Taylor W A Hocker Warren Taylor Elmer Barnard Committee A motion was made and carried to adopt the resolutions A motion was made by Robert hlles and seconded by Warren Taylor that wo ash our In dependent buyers not to buy any Equity tobacco or tobacco that has bern pledged A motion was made and seconded that we reconsider tho motion of electing officers and lost They took tip the election for officers Clayton Woodward was elected Pres Elmer Barnard Vice Pres H B Taylor Secy A motion was made and seconded that we select Beaver Dam as our regular place of meeting Carried A motion made and carried that we meet every three months Friday evening before the County Union Mo tion to adjourn E U Austin Pres Joe C Hocker Secy pro tern a ORGANIZATIONS VALUE TO THE FARMERS Clearly Shown In Recent Sales of Tobacco at Owensbore and Henderson One hundred and ninetyseven dollars difference in price between two loads of tobaco delivered on the Ow ensboro market and two loads from the same patch in the same field delivered on the Henderson market Is at first thought rather startllngyet such is the fact says the Madlsonvlllo JournalA living In Reeds neigh borhood had a part of his tobacco pooled with the Stemming District Tobacco Association the remained was unpooled He first delivered tow loads of his unpooled tobacco at Owcnsboro It being nearer him and easier of access For these two loads he received 750 6 and 2 Next he delivered two loads of the pooled tobacco at lIen r derson and received therefor 9 9 and 3 exactly one hundred and nine tyseven dollars more that he received ensboroIThe gentleman said that henceforth no argument was needed to show him the great benefit of tho farmers pool- Ing their tobacco and standing togeth er as one man lie said no more to bacco would be raised on his place ox cept it be pooled Ho said further I see the value of closo organization In this Stem ming District there is four or five times as much tobacco pooled as there Is In Owensboro district hence there Is more competition in selling up there and the Trust fixes the price It farm era generally will profit by my expe rience and 11001 eighty to eightyfive or cent of this years crop we will get ten or twelve dollars around for It Drills for Company H The following drills are designated for company II In order to get ready for the inspection whch willl be held on March 31 1908 viz Feb mary 7 21 March 0 13 and 20 Drills will be held from 730 to 80 p m Indoor target practice will begin on the evening of February 7 and con lojlEvery company Is ox iccted to be present at these drills r with guns in good condition The blue uniform will be worn By order of Capt DeWeeso C BSHOWN 1st Sgt CoH 3rd InftK N GI Notice- It has been reported through the newspapers and otherwise that Insurance companies werre canceling and Zofuslng Insurance on tobacco In Ohio ounty We wish to say that we rep rgsont two companies that will write insuraoce on association tobacco to 1 any amount desired 4i v BARNETT SMITH j HartfoJaKy jf J ty I 4t tt I 4 1 POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT ISSUES RULE ON DELINQUENT SUBSCRIBERS t With this1 Isaue of The Republican we desire to call special attention of our subscribers to a recent ruling ot the United StatesPoet office Department at Washington issued December 4th JH7 as order number SOT This order has been Issued as aa aneateest to tho postal laws and regulations and was to have gone Into effect January 1st 1908 but a later circular letter which we publish herewith directed to postmaster Heavrtn fixes the time for which the order shall go Into effect April 1st 1908 Jhe order seers to regulate the postage on newspapers and other periodicals which have the privilege of secondclass mall matter White a great deal of the order has no direct reference to WI aad does not concern us there Is a part of It which concerns us very materially It has been tho custom for years with the country papers to How their sub scribers long terms In which to settle their rabecrlptlos and ta many cases Jhe favor has been abused and sahacribeni hare become delinquent for years and until a bill often amounts to 8 or pO- will accumulate The publisher does not know Whether to discontinue this subscriber or not for they often make pamen and thus save a considerable loss to the paper The new ruling of the Post office Department which as we have said goes Intoeffeet April 1st donleb the publisher of any weekly newspaper tho right to carry a subscriber who Is In arrears as much as one year Hence we shall have to ask those knowing themselves to be Indebted to us more than that length of time to make prompt payment or we shall be com pelled to cut them from our list or lose our right to mall oar pa pers at the Hartford postofflco under the Second class rate Those of our subscribers who are behind more than one year will in a short time receive notice and amount of their account through the mall and we hope to retain all of them but if your pap should bo dis continued on April 1st It will be your own fault and not ours For the Information of our subscribers we publish the following extract from the above mentioned order RENEWALS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS A reasonable time will be allowed publishers to secure renewals of subscriptions but unless subscriptions are expressly renewed after the term for which they are paid within the following periods dallies within three months tri weeklies within six months semi weeklies within nine months weeklies within one year semimonth lies within three months monthlies within four months bimonthlies within six months quarterlies within six months they shall not be counted In tho legitimate list of subscribers and copies mailed on account thereof shall not be accepted for mailing at the second class postage rate of 1 cent a pound but may be walled at the transient second class postage rate of 1 cent for each four ounces or fraction thereof prepaid by stamp affixed The risfct of a pub usher to extend credit for subscriptions to his publication is not denied or questioned but his compliance or noncompliance with this regulation will bo taken into consideration in determining whether the publication is entitled to transmission at the second class pos tage rates Postmaster M L Hcavrln has received the following circular from the Third Assistant Postmaster General which speaks for itself Post Office Department Third Assistant Postmaster General Divis ion of Classification Washington PostmasterYour attention is invited to the amendments to the Postal Laws and Regulations appearing as Order No 907 from which the above quotation is taken of the Postmaster Gener al lu the December supplement to the Official Postal Guide With respect to the rules In amended section 43Ggorernlne expired subscriptions you are informed that notwithstanding January 1 1908 is the dato the same becomes effective It Is the desire and purpose of the Department to give to every publisher a reasonable opportunity to adjust his business to tho new conditions Publishers who show good faith and that they are making progress should in fairness have such opportunity The purpose of the new regulations 1 is to correct real abuses and not put into the hands of postmasters instruments with which to annoy and vex publishers whoso E practices are normal Therefore you need not question expired subscriptions as defined by section 130 prior to April 1 1DOS except in cases which in your opinion based upon evidence in your possession constitute flagrant abuses in that regard and should therefore be speedily eliminated The facts in such cases will be referred to the Third Assistant Post master General for further Instructions You nee not to understand that amended section 436 is not to be uniformly applied Uniformity of application Is the end sought but the Department does not wish to be flooded with minor complaints while endeavoring to deal with the greater abuses Publishers are expected 10 comply with amended section 436 within a reasonable time Respectfully A L Lawshe Third Asst Postmaster General FIXES LICENSE ON EACH GROWER Of 50 for Every Acre of Tobacco Raised Bill Provides Heavy Penalties For Violation Of Its Provisions Frankfort Ky Jan 23 Senator R it Drown of Gallatin county in troduced a bill In the senate today which if it passes will have more to do with cutting out this years tobacco crop than all the resolutions and agreements over abopted by the growers It fixes a license on each grower of 50 an acre and fixes heavy penalties for violations The bill is as follows Be It onatfed by tho general assem bly of the commonwealth of Ken tucky That It shall be and Is hereby msuo engagolInyear 1908 without first obtaining from the clerk of the county court In the county in which tho tobacco Is to be planted or grown a license so to do which license shall bo granted only after tho payment to the county clerk of a county issuing such license of a license fee of 50 per acre for each acre to bo planted or grown by such t person and the clerks fee for issuing such license Before issuing such t I license the applicant therefor shall flit with said county clerk his affidavit stating the number of acres proposed to be planted or grown in saidcoun- ty during the year Any person violating the provisions of this act shall shallj4 than 1000 or be imprisoned in tho county Jail for not less than ten days boII of tho necessity of some law licensing the growing of tobacco I this com luonwcallh an emergency is declared II to exist and this act shall take effect or from and after its approval by the governor A Memorable Day One of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our health is the one on which we became acquainted with Dr Kings Now Life Pills the painless purifiers that cure headache and biliousness and keep the bowels right 2c at all druggists Telephones in Australia Telephonic communication has been established between a number of Au stralian farms by means of wire fences It has beep found rosy to converse with a station eight titles distant by means of instruments connected on the wire fences Several stations are connected In this traj HappenlnsPort one of tho most remarkable cases of healing ever recorded Amos F King ti of that place says Bucklens JrnlcnISalve cured a sore on ay which I had suffered over 80 years I am now eighty five Guaranteed to curd all yur by nil Druggists 25c 14 of v- f n kmPRb MAYSOONiBEPllT OUT OF BUSI ES Bill Prays For Tobacco Co Quick Dissolution Important Hearing Was Held in Louisville on Tuesday 6f This Week I am here solely for the purpdsaof taking further testimony and examin- Ing the witnesses in this clty said J C McReynolds special attorney of the Attorney General appointed to probe the workings of the American Tobacco Company in tho attempt to porve it a monopoly In restraint trade and prevent it from doing an interstate business under the Sherman aniltrust law Mr McRoynolds who Is a Kentuckian was at the Seelback last night and still take up the hear ing In this city tomorrow He expects to finish it by tomorrow night say Mondays Louisville Herald According to Mr McReynolds the taking of testimony was commenced ID New York last September and ho ex pects to get the case into the sly by April or May although this is not at nil definite and may be man more months before su iclont wit nesses have been xnminedVo make ti case sufficiently g I t proceed 1 the courts What will bejlieoutcome of the proceedings repeated Mr McRey nolds That is impossible totell as the decision must of course be left to the court before whom the case is tried The bill pleads that tho Amerl k can Tobacco Company be restrained from doing an Interstate business This said Mr McReynoldswlll mean that the practical disbanding of the i A T C and its subsidiary branches while the decision will likely set a precedent for all future cases tried un der the Sherman antitrust law Mr McReynolds stated that the tak ing of testimony and examining of witnesses has been a long and tedious procedure and already more than 300 type written pages of testimony haw It been filed while nearly that much natter has been computed in exhibits tJTheIngs have been instituted contains more than 100 typewritten pages rind attempts to prove that the American to 1baccorestrains both the purchase of the nat ural leaf controls thp subsidiary tranches of the manufacturing buslnes and obstructs and prevents indepen tJIngIng nMrofho will attempt to prove that tho A T tcbusiness51manuracturlesCj and selling markets of this country in and also the markets of England and the Continent fventionsWith a view to encouraging eWe als and workmen on the Imperial German Railways the government has established a fund from which awardsI are made to men who Invent pllance which may be useful h ro1l1ru way practice 3750 was paid to em IOJ ployes last year from the lundbl CASXOftXinJBen HwAIwars BlghtI cttlAafr I The J wish iwroiur I have hlned at tragedy and comedy in the immigrants life bit It be comes such ouly when the Jolt of the last century and of this clash For is It were not for the tatters influence rather Interference the immigrant would perhaps be the most contented whoty I Citizen His wants Ore of the simplest anti are easily gratified Having been hunted starved butchered ho desires safetyScourse at spite of his satiety he is somewhat unhappy Thero is forsof home Not that ho likes that homarho speaks of it with a creep Ing sense of horror but he is helpless against the enchanting echo 0 old memories The warm illsmell ing synagogue of his native town as contrasted with the airy American house of worship calls him back with the magic charm of childhood the communal atmosphere of the Pale lures him with the sweetness of the family fireside somehow at a safe distance the very yoke from which he sought to free himself seems to him now pregnant with poetic senti meat Does not tho beggar grow rich discardedoftatters American customs and at mospher are to him what a flood of sunshine is to the blind he may feel its warmth but the brilliant beams are not for him Ills only after a so journ of a few years that his views point begins to broaden Then he be gins to realize that In the whole his toy of his people the Jew never had a period of tranquillity parallel to the present in tho United States Gradual he even becomes proud of his adopted fatherland And while In his toyl after wo IsIIbis Canaan the Promlssed Land Ezra Brudno in February Lipplnco- ttsOuQuSTOITSjSL Wt You Have Always Bought atIIttYf7 THE UNSPEAKABLE THE STINGY MAN f That Title Is Applied to Many Because They Are Saving And Thrifty They say I am stingy All right let go at that I am stingy But did you ever hear that 1 was a dead beat There was a time when I threw my away and stood oft my creditors Inorder that I might bo known asa good fellow but now I save my money and pay my debts There anIboys and owed the taylor for the clothes on my back when I went riding every Sunday with en livery rig and did not pay my board when ItIt an evidence of smartness buy cigars and drinks for other t but now I think it an evidence e sound sense for a man to save the motley for which he is compelled I work in order that he may realize from It For this I am stingy but 1 can stand it inj fact I rather enjoy tho title for there aro so many shiftless fools InI j this town who imagine that they are fellows hoping to realize on t wanton waste of money that 1 glad 1 can not bo classed among them j Ask tho bill collectors aboutthe good c tellII they n 111also tell you ihat the stingy ij puj uromplly i here are a old good fellows In Atchison whoIave not money enough to buY there are stingy old fellows morOlijI j sintfy itc stingy mau seldom stints j bluilf tii his frunilj but ho often reluct to tnrow his hardearned money nuy nudtity properly A sting man seldom Mherfd for donations andI altogether T like tin i itne Found swung U ipcrs ni j i j viison man died ItAtchisou Globe j J 10 for curswoundsbruises and Scalds 25 50 100 4 Dr Earl S Mesa J 1 C I t ++++r++of + t+ + + Jo rJo++ +++ Jk if THE KENTUCKY II i UghtIINCORPORATEDi f FlECTRI0LIGHfS ARE GLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NOHPME 1 OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN tBEi I M L HEAVR1N Manager t iii F Wri3 ++010+010 4+ + + I 1 nI burQgL Ky b1 I Hardware Machinery and all Kinds Jfi Iiof Farming Implements I c 4q 1 bit youcf- 4H workmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore if 4 recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers bit Aleii11 A full line of fencewire Steel and Felt Roofing Mycrs Deep i 49 Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds bta Jj of Field Seeds lWe handle the toll Ci Wo sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn bit 44 Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers J 44 and Swings The largest supply house In Ohio county Give us a J 1 call Prices always equitable b litI Incorporated MANUFACTURES TilE FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTSA- nd puts them in tho grave The only absolutely perfect vault made It is watertight airtight ver min and wormproof The greatest invention of the age Ifyou desire to lay away the dead in the most 4 satisfactory manner you will certainly demand one HartfordI BLACKIDIRKHEAD Mgrs tW IV r iJtiI o I i I SfrainGlust 11CfJ immediate attention Sloirsa LiixinvGivt I is invaluable m on emergency kind congestionreducesweak muscles i3Sf healingprbp burns PRICE Sloan Hartford tq ofthis remedy KnoWn stings Boston t4 WANT STATE TO I ttAID ROAD WORK Amendment Provided in Bill I L Would Allow Iran of Public Funds To Counties Not v f Having Means Frankfort Ky Jan 25State aid In the building of goodroads lu Ken tucky especially in Eastern Kentucky where they aro more greatly needed isn subject which the present Legis I lature is asked to provide A bill has been Introduced by Senator Joe R SenV ator G T Wyatt which it is believed j by those favoring it will enable all the C unlles in the state to have good rood The bill provides for a submission to the people of a constitutional amcrid ment which will allow each county to expend such sums as may seem proper J on roads instead of being limited as now to two percent of tho taxable property The amendment will alsQ abolish the provision of the constitu tion which prevents the state from loaning money to a county It Is contended that the more pros porous counties In tho slate should help the tend it Is believed that thin can be done easier and bettor by the constitutional amendment than in any other way Senator Bosworth lives In Poll county and is especially Interest ed in good roads- Regarding his bill ho siild today Should the amendment carry It will allow a county to Issue bonds or In cur indebtedness equal to 10 per coin of tho taxable property In the coun ty and the money could be borrowed from the State or from private sources It simply takes off the reins and leaves tho county free to spend as much mone as It likes on roads Under the pres J eent system In many counties not enou money can bo raised to build more than ono road As that road can reach but a small proportion of the popu lation it could not be built for these not deriving any benefit from tho road would not vote to havo It built This amendment could not do any harm an tho State could help to construct the roads If It was though best In other States the State aids or builds the 4roads entirely and Kentucky Is far be x hind In this matter Nothing helps like good roads Those who are inter- S ested In education should want good roads for It requires good roads so that the pupils con get to tho schoolhouse In some counties the roads aro so bad that ItSs difficult In certain seasons to got over them and the schoolhouse cannot bo reached The bill providing for tho amendment has been made a special order for next Tuesday morning and It is be lieved that It will pass the Senate wit little opposition gphalors Bosworth and Wyfttt are making every effort to have the bill passed early In the sea sun EO that the amendment may be ono of tho two which may be submitted at ono election Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is only one waylo cure deafness and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lin- Ing of tho Eustachlan Tube When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rum f rbling sound r Imperfect hearing and It Is entirely closed Deafness is tho result and unless the Inflam mation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh I which is nothing but an Inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 i Sold by Druggists 76c Take Halls Family Pills for const Why Farmers Grow Old So Early Any one who has lived on a farm does not need to be told the reason for ho knows of the strain under which tho American farmer lives dur ing the five months of spring and summer His work day Is from 4 or i in the morning until 8 or9 at night Including choresfifteen to seventeen 01hours of the hardest kind of labor and every minute of It at high tension especially during the harvest Then comes a period of re laxation In the fall the one time In the year when ebal Just enough muscular exercise to keep health Later the winter season ap y preaching stagnation In which lie l takes on flesh gets togy1 and then yafurious debauch of hats labor hroug ir the lI mmer again No wonder that I by 45 ha has bad a sun stroke and he i cant stand the heat i rl1eha8 a if weak backor has heart gives out o e j a chill makes him rheumatic and when you add to this jurloua muscu y I 4aA J A Square Dea Is assured youwlwrtyou buy Dr TMercei family medicines for all the Ingredl ent iit rnff Into thorn are printed on tin bottlo wrnppers and their formulas pro attested under oath as being completo niiiiiornct You Unow just what you aro paying for and that the Ingredients are gathered from Natures laboratory being selected from tho most valuable native medicinal roots found growing In our American forpJtrandjvhlle potent to cure are perfectly harrnl nto the most delicate wo na CnliirrTn Not a droti pr Into p r 1 t r I S t Pe t i or x r nJIII- V n I us I I J III hm v 1 t osIntrbcing a most valuable nutlsoptlc and anti ferment nutritive und footling demul cent lilrccrlne an Important part In Dr Golden Discovery In tine cure of Indigestion dyspepsia and risingsIlrtbllrllpoor gnawing feeling In stom ach biliousness and Kindred derange incuts of the stomach liver and bowels I treslnglImuntslmembranes as catarrh whether of tho nasal passages or of tho stomach bowels or organs Even In Its ulcerative stages It to this sovereign remedy if Its usobo persevered In In Chronic Catarrh or the Nasal passages It Is well while taking tho Golden Dis covery for necessary constitutional treatment to cleanse the passages freely SagesCatarrltof treatment onerally cures the worst cases t- In coughs and hoarseness caused by bron chial throat and luntr alTectlons except con uotdcnMedicaledy eiipoclay In those obstinate hangon cousin caused by irritation and conception of tltutuunchltJ mucous membranes theDi- saveris not so goo t for acute coughs arls Ira from sadden voids nor must It bo ox pccted u cure consumption In Us advanced 8111C510 medlclno will do that hut for 11 the ohctmate chronic roughs which If nee urnntJtlar strain the fact that tho farmer sees his income put in peril every season and his very homo every bad year so that each unfavorable change in tho weather sets tits nerves on edge it can be readily imagined that lhq real quite peaceful country life is something sadly different from the idealSelected MANY ASK US TO PRINT THIS If How to Prepare a Alixture To Cure Rheumatism This Town Has Its Share of The Dread Disease Which Yields To Tbis Recipe To relieve the worse forms of Rheumatism take a teaspoonful of the fol lowing mixture after each meal and at bedtime onehaltlounceCompound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Theso harmless Ingredients can bo obtalneM from our home druggists and are easily mixed by shaking them well in a bottlo Relief is generally felt front the first few doses This states a well known authority In a Cleveland morn ing paper forces the cloggedup In active kidneys to filter and strain from the blood the poisonous waste matter and uric acid which causes RheumatismAs is not only the most painful and tortuous disease but dan gerous to life this simple recipe will no doubt bo greatly valued by many sufferers hero at home who should at once prepare the mixture to ge this reliefIt is said that a person whowould take this prescription fegularlya dose or two dally ot even a few times a week would never have serious Kid ney or Urinary disorders or Rhetlma tlsm Cut this out and preserve it Good Rheumatism prescriptions which real ly bplleve are scarccindvedaud when you need It you want it badly Our druggists here say they will supply these ingredients or eitherI mixture ready to take if any ourI readers so prefer WINE GOOD IN- TYPROID FEVER I Acidity of White Wines Has Been I Proven of Antiseptics j Value The generating agent of typhoid fever known as the Eberth bacillus lain most cases Introduced Into the or ganism in the drinking water As wino is credited with an antiseptic action it was of Interest from the point view of public health to determine ofI the first place whether this could be justified as regards the ty phoid bacillus in the second placo whether Its action varied with the dlffcrtnt kinds of wine and finally whether the mlcroblcldal action of I wino was diminished in a sensible ma tier by mixing drinking water with lt The solution of the problem could b I the wok of bacteriological experts alone For this purpose It has been undertaken and successfully accom plished by two Bordeaux savants MM Salirayes aud Mnrcandler who have ureJervellaccount wines kept for u long Hint in bottles I may be considered fit for use by sur geons in urgent cases In the ubllenee of 1o her antiseptics They have been counI i bottled wine AsI far as typhoid fever Is concerned j experimentations s vm to have demon- stratedI beyond doubt that pure wines j jxereise a powerful nctton on the Eberth bacillus but that this action varies in intensity wl rti the nature an quality of the wines White wines proved themselves to be more active than red wines and among tho white wine champagnes occupy the first rant The acidity of these wines may be i considered as the preponderating antiseptic agent and its degree Is the meaS- ureI of their antiseptic value this is proved by the fact that if by employ ing an alkali the aschly Is diminished the resistance of the Eberth bacillus remains so mucliNlie greater when the original degree of acidity has been most diminished t The alcohol in thu limit of eight to fifteen degrees has scarcely any influ ence on the bactericidal power of the wineThe addition of water to the wine which attenuates the proportion of all the elements constituting the wine has I the same effect upon its antiseptic power thus nn ordinary red wine which killed the Eberth bacillus in I two hours required four hours to pro duce the same result when diluted I with its own volume of water In the same manner a champagne which sterilized this microbe in ten minutes had tho same effect only at tho end of an hour and a half when doubled in volume by the addition of water The differences however are less when the presence of sulphur wine line been perceptible And al1rol1oll- ot this the Bordeaux savants desire- that the United States customs should I bo more tolerant with regard to the inanity of surphurous acid in the sweet whlto wines of the Glrondo dis trict the moro so since these winds cannot acquire their exceptional qual ities without tho action of this acid Journal do Medicine do Bordeaux When you want tho best get De Witts Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve It is good for little or big cuts boils or bruises and is especially recom mended for pilest Sold by all drug gists m k Pup ratsa Razor Blade Charles Bissell a well known to bacco grow r of Suffield Conn a few months ago gave Michael Kanealy of this city charman of thq Republi I can state committee a wirehaired u OOOOOOOOIr11f 0 0Nursingbaby tf2I too Its asheavy strain on mother 0 0Hersystem is called upon to supply 0to 4t nourishment for two to gSome form of nourishment that will g 0 be easily taken up by mothers system 0to is needed 0 0Scottr Emul ion contains the 0- t4 greatest possible amount of nourish 0 f ment in easily digested form t vMotherhelped by its tae iIp I All DRUGGISTS 60e Alfc Sl00 OO +tOOO OOOQO OOOO- Jt I A t i t c of y adventIhats difficulty keeping track of their shoes wearing apparel hair brushes etc which the terrier car rled off The pup pounced upon a safely razor yesterday bit the blado In two and proceeded to masticate it The dog swallowed the steel blade and wagged its tail In a selfsalisfied way The terrier has been tinder close observation ever since but doesnt seem to be thu worse for iho razor- blade In fact It was more frisky titan i over today and once while the cook wasnt looking It stepped into the I kitchen and ran off with a steel knife i but It was taken from him before he I could swallow It Stamford Conn die patch to the New York World It a cough once gets Into your SY- Stem it acts on every muscle and fibre of the body and makes you ache all over It especially affects the intes tines and makes you constipated so In order to getrid of a cold thoroughly and without delay you should not tape anything that will tend to con stipate Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts upon the bowels and there I by drives the cold out of the system It contains no opiatesIt is pleasant I to take and Is highly rccmmnedoed for children Sold by PITY POOL D lRLI I At Prices Ranging From 1150 to SAmerican Tobacco CoI Purchasers i A deal has been closed by which the American Tobacco company buys all o tho Green Illyer District Equity tobacj co of the 1903 crop remaining in hands of the Louisville theI company amounting to 1375 heads This is the last of the Green river crop If 1903 Tho prices unld It Is stated range from 1130 to S and the total con sideration for the tobacco will be about 110000 The sale Is said to be generally satisfactory to persons hay ing tobacco in the pool Tho tobacco wanI the selling was in the hands of the Louisville Warehouse company However National Secretary S U Lee and other Equity men continued their effort to sell and were largely responsible for the sale finally being made Negotiations had been pend Trig for several weeks The distribution of the money will not be made for somo time After the tobacco is billed out and paid for all expenses of storage Insurance and selling will be paid and the remain der will be turned into the hands of tho society for distribution A com putation will then the made as to the amount due each individual who had tobacco in tho pool Mr Lee thinks that the poolers will get more money than they have been expecting out of the 1905 tobacco Everybody loves our baby rosy sweet and warm With kiss places on her neck and dimples on her arms Once she was so thin and cross used used to cry with pain Mother gave her Cascasweet now shes well again Sold by all druggists m Bacteria nn Coin Bacteria are shortlived upon metal coins the metal having a certain an tiseptic effect The action of gold Is less marked In this respect than other metals The bacillus typhosus will live from five to seven days up on a gold piece but tiles In less than eighteen hours upon other metals The Charming Woman t Is not necessarily one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artists j model possesses those rare qualities that all tho world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and that sprightliness of step and action that accompany good health A phy sically weak woman is never attrac tive not even to herself Electric Bitters restore weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed at all Druggists 50c i Alloy of Copper and Iron It Is now demonstrated ncording to the Engineer that the reason copper and iron will not alloy is on account of tho carbon that tho iron absorbs in melting If the iron and copper bo melted together in a clay crucible so that no carbon can be taken up the alloy Is perfectly homogeneous and free from any separated nodules t Do You have backache pccaslonalj ly Or itch in the side and Eome mcsdoou feel all tired out without ambition and without energy If so your kidneys are out of order Take DeWUts Kidney and Bladder Pills They promptly relieve backache weak Back inflammation of the blad der and weak kidneys Sold by all druggists m 1 AW1CfUrkh 5o dRefn a i ut lsoC a t Promotes rngcsonChrerrult nessandResttmlamsneiUier j OpiutaMorpttate northeraL INorNMlCOTXC rIertxttTrwzOZPlIrh2a IA1GIfhod i orCom6p1IionSourStomadDiarrl1 t WOCmS nUJsionsreCrJsh ncss andloss pp SLEEP t Facsimile Signature or AI NEW YORK H txACT tJfQ WKArpERJ v 11 d I U J Jf im- tgCATORA t t For Infants and Children s The Kind You Have f AIway ght fBears SignatureiJt t of n- Use for Over- i Thkiy Years istraiimm t T71a OtATtaaOYat Nr YOtt CITY m r4 tl tn OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Horah1I 325 THE REPUBLICAN andiCourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE RKPtfBLicAK and Tiooa Week Owensboro nquirer 175 Tim RWUKCCCAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REIUUCAK and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17I THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and Taylor=lrotwood Magazine 150 TUB REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICANI apital Stockx 2500o Vurplus Profits I250Q This is your Bank Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RowoUurch Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z Wayne Griffin C4 TILLERS Of THE SOIL itit Will Make no Mistake by Visiting tho Reliable 61 of4t 8 WILLIAMS MILLER Is J j For anything they needon the farm Th tsu 49 handle Plows of all kinds andmakes Daft gfijin buggies for young folks and old folks e U lit Addition4 iJ 43 Wo have tho beat equipped shop in Ohio fi fitted with the tateat improved machinery and upP = plianoesand besides all kinds of general Blacksmithing can do many jobs in firstclasa shape that other b= shops cannot do at all Everything at very mir S ate pricesK= vVILLIAMS MILLER = fi BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY b i v SW I H si rtI o rd Reuuiiiicani i Inch by tbf llnrtloril InhlUhlngCompanj 4 t mcoiroKAYXD cq II KKTTIt O K SMITH rEdlell ItxcpnOzncSCuxnbrlancS34RouCh I FRIDAY JANUARY 31 Examine the label on your paper It- t Is not correct notify us I Taft should be elected President would be named as hs successor IIe local newspaper is the best asset the county has You cannot at ford to see It go unsustalned We hope the good roads resolution which has been introduced in the I Legislature will carry submitting an amendment to the constitution No man can ever be elected Presi dent on the Republican ticket who is In favor of smashing the Tariff We i had enough of that under Grover Cleveland People on the north side the river must get busy If they desire a pike over that way Next year the same proposition will be submitted for the Centertown road The Republican party claims to be and has always been the peoples party The people who compose the party nomlInatet mocrats are willing to make the sacrifice and take that Senatorial job I which Beckham has failed to land Hewuver it seems to be another case of dug in the manger S Do not suffer to go unnoticed our explanation about dllinquent subscrip tion If you are not in arrears this does not apply to you Those who arc not paid up by April 1st must be discontinued under orders from the Post office department A few years ago when the Repub licans had some bolting members of the Legislature Democratic papers generally spoke ofithem as heroes and I patriots Now the same papers refer to thel Democrats who are refusing a t to support Beckham as renegades party assassins and other such I chofce terms Bryan seems ohave made a mis take in coming to Kentucky to help Beckham His help didnt help and as a consequence the enemies of Deck ham are criticising him for coming while the Beckham men feel that as I they did not ask him It would prob ably have been better for him to have remained away and not compromised his lofty Ideals in politics Those who are in a position to know assert that there is no doubt of Brad leys election to the Senate before ends Such an event would RepubjUcans makeasome of which Kentucky enjoyed In our National Legislative halls when the Stat was represented by Clay and the Breckeiirldge What the Country Needs F The New York Herald usually ex I hlbits pronounced FreeTrade leanings but just now it squarely advises Its readers that this Is no time to tinker with the Tariff It adds What the country needs is absolute freedom from disturbing legislation an an untrammeled opportunity to re cover from the shock it has sustain edl This strikes most sensible per sons as a statement that cannot be gainsaid and indeed there is no at tempt to dispute it But while the FreeTraders are silent the reciprocity mongers are at work and are doing a good deal of mischievous tinkering which deserves the attention of Con gress t I Alive to the Situation- It is well for the country that it has in the Speakers chair a sturdy bold man like Undo Joe Cannon who cannot be moved by the threats or j the r rippingdfartiesWe are beginnlng to recover from the scare produced by financial rippers and speculators Wall Street Factories and works that wore closed P down for scare are rdoponlng firid thousands of men going back to work and the money paid out to them Is entering into and swelling the lIfe- blood of the industrial and comraer clal activity of the county If to the financial scare and uncertainty that acc mpaile a proposed reduction of Tariff schedules there would be dark days ahead for the republic and your Uncle Joe is keenly alive t l I to tho situation 4 r- L WbatiheTariff Means r The average man hoes not go deep t Ih a Enough Into the Tariff question to un derstand the details but he knows In f gefteiahway that toopenthe mar of t1ie States to the cheap labor of the world wouldputy most of our manufacturing establishments Out of commission and bring an amount of misery and distress to our working that would be appall ing The world outsldo of the United States is large Tbtjrc mjfO mifilpns of people whose Jiving does not cost fem 30 cents a wk And copntli where four cents a day is considered good wages Some of these peopl- skilled ImMl sorts of handicraft Under FreeTrade their products would be brought here in almost unlimited quantities Articles that cost tho la bor of a week would be sold at a profit for a dollar Our own artisans accustomed to n high standard of llv Ingcould not possibly compete with people who scarcely realize that time has any value and tine rqsult would bo disastrous in the extremeI FOR THE BUSY READER I Dairyman of Wisconsin have adopt fed nightriding methods in their war andIwho ship milk to city I The citizens of Horse Cave pro muc i disturbed over the news that th I Louisville and Nashville railroad 1 surveying a new line through Har- and Barren counties which will leave that town two miles from the main lineIThe Maysvllle City Council by a tote of seven to five rejected the ordinance prohibiting the purchase or receipt of tobacco In that city A speech in fts favor was made by forI mer Congressman James N Kehoe and CachIran SlandIordcharge of accepting concessions from the Chicago and Eastern Illinois rail load qoishipments of oil from Whit- Ing talito Evansvllle Ind has been set for April 6 1 The Supreme Court of the United i States handed down an opinion in the famous Graf coloring case holding I that the addition of caramel or burnt sugar to distilled spirits Is not a violation of law and not ground for seizure of the package se The coldest weather in the United States yesterday was at Minnedosa Minn where the mercury regiK rei 3C degree below zero At Winnipeg Mutt Moorehead Mho and at ills mark X n it was 32 degree below und at Devils Lake X D it was 28 belowGeorgoP Wetmore Monday took the oath ol office as United States Senator from Rhode Island for the term ending March 4 1913 MrWel mores entrance into the Senate In creased the actual membership of that body to ninetytwo for the first time In the history of the country W F Klalr who cast his vote again Mr neckhum for United States Sen ator Tuesday was followed at yesterdays session by W W Hopkins who voted for J J C Mayo taking the Becklmm forces by surprise It ie thought others will quit the Beck jointIBradley fiftyseven Allen sovenand Mayo one A feature of all the ballo ting was the rally to Allen of all tin Democratic members who have been opposing Beckham since the ballot ing began S The United States Supreme Courtln an opinion by Justice Harlan reversed the decision of MondayI J Cochran In the case of Adair The court held that AdaIr as master mechanic of the Louisville and Nashville Rallropd Company had a right to discharge an employe because he was a member of a labor organlza tlonjust as it was the employes right to quitsuch employment because of his membership in such organization Such a course the decision added might be unwise but regarded as a mere matter of right there could be no doubt Congress could not author ize a violation of contracts under the guise of protecting interstate commerce SUNNYDALE Jan 29Mss Lucy Elmore near Hartford has the hives Mr J B Cannon of Sulphur Springs is very low with Pneumonia fov r Mr Jimmie burblh while hunting Wednesday night climbed it tree and seriouslyhurtThere Is going to be an A S of E meeting at the SunnY lale schoolhouse on Saturday night of Feb 1st 1908 They are going to have one of tho leading string bandS there The Concord and Palo local Is going to meet them All Invited I 1 j r 01 I IASHErWIT ItS c WHIP Christian County Partner Is Severely Beaten Night Riders Also Cut Telephone Wires and Riddled House With Bullets VI Hopklnsvllle Ky Tan 27Nigh riders visited the northern part of this county Saturday night shot up a residence whlppedoneman and tried to shoot his son It Is suspected that further acts of violence were committed but ito raiders cut telephone wires and there is at Ares ent no way to communicate with that part of the county Sheriff David Smith received yes Eofrideres ms About twentyfive men all 6Y whom nnhRodgerse ins Mrtson to come to The old farmer obeyed but thejyounger man slipping through a door fled for safety He was running and an effort was made tI reil Press Rodgers vas severely whipped with a buggy whip by the gang and then allowed to go back to his home Rodgers is a member of the association but was accused by the night riders with violating his pledge and selling his crop of tobacco to a trust house in Hop lnsIlIt Reports are received that whi u portion of the masked bard wan whipping Rodgers the main bolv ol between seventyfive and ono hun dred horsemen was operating in the vicinity of Era where It Is believed other depredations were commlttEd owing to threats that had been re ceived by persons there Raids in this section are almost f nightly occurrence The burning otl James D Colemans big tobaqco barn the whipping of Harp Menserthe in vasion of Dawson SprIngs andy whipping of Press Rodgers arc the prin cipal crmies of the last few days Valuable Farm For SaleI1I will sell my farm containing 47 acres three miles from Cromwell and 5 miles frfm Deaver Dam on Hartford road This is one of the best little farms in Ohio county It Is in first class neighborhood near Methodist church All bottom land except 9 acres with 12 acres In meadow REV J H EMBRY Beaver Dam Ky RENDER Jan 28 Albert Thlenes of Taylor Mines and S A Bratcher Deputy Sheriff of Hartford and J T Crece llns of Louisville were hero last W- ednesdayeaveDam last Wednesday Hermon Westerfleld of Hillside and Orvllle Hocker of Beaver Dam and Miss Irene Jones of Simmons Station were here last Thursday Milton Centers of Linton Ind was here Friday Mr and Mrs Wm Likens of Rosine were the guest of Mr and Mrs Siphon Faught Friday and Saturday Simon Jones and Jno S Spence were In Hartford SaturdaytJno F Render was In Central City SaturdayMrs Z Faught went toRoslno Sunday v Sydney Wllllanis of Hartford Was here Sunday Jno Francis was in Beaver Dam MondaytS W Hines of Cool Springs had Chas Thlehes of Taylor Mines were here Monday Sam Jones of Louisville anpW s Vlck of Owensboro were here rues day Chas Brand went to Central ClfyJ todayC J j Scott Millard has returned fromI Linton Ind after an absence of 7 1c mouths gtrsoutliCarrollton weektEve arid the Apple Revised This Is tlletray the men fylftk a certain In the Bible should have been written And Eve being tetnpted1 did eat pf the appioaid sigtledsheInto tttOO and told him to toko a bite that it was good No Eve he replied with firmness it would be andl Cant Do Wroig f lYOU must eat with mes6e insisted He again refused urnf when l 1 1r t ij O r j tr t tN 01to i T JtI + Irj PRE INVENtORY 1ft c l ISA 1 I It I 4 J b ti February 1st means Inventory and Cash is much easier taken into account than Merchandise For v this reason we offer the public big reductions on7i 02ci+ BROKEN SUITS MENS STYLES IN 4 t ODD PANTS BROKEN LOTS n iOF MENS AND BOYS i+ w HATS AND CAPSETC I 4yePRICE f t Vp First comes first served That means the early 44 buyer will have the largest assortment to select I from 4- S 1COME NOW f t E P Barnes SL Bros I I + t BEAVER DAM KY f4 44 ipJ1c sweet coaxings and angry threatening failed she Being Stronger Than Adam and made Still Stronger by her anger at hie refusal Threw him to thu Ground Holding him prostrate with one hand she Forced His Jaws Apart with the other and then pounded a- Piece of Forbidden Fruit into his thetthroat But Adam almost fainting to upon she Held His Nose and Mado It Go Down Atchlson Globe FARMERS INSTITUTE FEBRUARY 18 1920 Commissioner Rankin Makes the Announcement in letIter to Mr Mr C L Woodward has received the following letter from CommissIon- ers of agriculture M C Rankin which fixes the date for the farmers insti tute on February 18 19 and 20 This is to officially notify you that the dates of the State Farmers Insti tute have been changed to Feb 18th 19th and 20th 1908 This step was made necessary after it became ap parent to this Department tbat with the present conditions existing In the Legislature it will bo Impossible to secure practical results in the way of legislation pertaInIng to the farming interests of the Skate Up to the pre sent time very low bills liave been referred lo Cohimittees and as there eSlred1lat tfhb neWspapermen have always cooperated with this Department and I am sure they will gladly give prominence to this Change of dates Very inlry 111 C RANKIN Comralsslohef of Agriculture oJ Died of Old Age bits Amanda GrlffiVh died of old age I her home at Calhoonori Monday evening Showwas elghtytwp years old and was ape of the most stlmable women In McLean county She talus the widow of the date Judge Henry Griffith aid was h Miss Lan drum before her raariage She was McLeanIn tHfecount Thotfuneral1ltOOk place from the reslQece Qri Tues day afternoon K tgarai TUBERCULOSIS EX HIBITION CLOSED At Louisville and Will Open At Frankfort in a Few Days Later at Lexington The American Tuberculosis Exhibition which has just closed In Louisville will be opened In Frankfort on Monday Fedruary 3rd where it is hoped to impress upon the legislators and others gathered there from all over the State the needs and possibilities of prosecuting tho AntUTuberculosis theIIThe two weeks stay of this Exhibition in Louisville was marked by the greatest interest among Louisville pea ple and every business and social or ganization in the city cooperated to make it a complete success For two weeks there was ij dally attendance of three thousand people and some of the results have already begun to make themselves shown The makeup at the Tuberculosis Ex hibition Is very interesting in that it consists of photographs and many models of for the open air treatment of consumption pad lliustra ted lectures are delivered In connection with it every hour during the day It Is thefKentucJ y Associa tion and the Lexington AntiTubercu losls Association whIch Will share the fltaydbeen presented before this session of the legislature a number of bills pro viding for steps to be taken against tuberculoses and this Is no doubt a very opportune time fjor Inaugurating an educational campaign In the pres- etico of theleglelaiors- Leaving FrankfoH this Exhibition will go to Lexington after which the Kentucky AntiTuberculosis Associa lion expects to hve Bcl thoroughly organized the AntNTuberculosls fight all over tho State that the very high death rate which now obtains In Kentucky front tnlshdlsease will be very greatly reduced I r College News The names f the riew students who matriculated ttib first week off he jirea eat termgere ven iia fornfer Issue therefore wb name only those hew r f I- j f i t 3Yrp R students who lave matriculated since that time They are Messrs Arthur Baughn Harry Crumes Will Griffith Tom Hamilton John Hamilton Frank Hamilton James Hamilton Columbus j King Ira Plummer Mack Martin and Misses Clara Crabb Comma DukeUla Dunn Ruth Hammonds Lucy Rock Nettlej whoIlof the present term is thirtyfour enterIenterIngIt pect to attend are delayed In matricu thatIso large that it was found necessary I to divide each into two sections in or- I der that the most effective work might be done Other classes may be secI tionlzed as the enrollment increases i All departments of the school are in good condition and excellent work t is being done The attendance and 11 1 punctuality are being kept up to the high standard established Teachers hIghIstandardclasses by requlringpuplls to prepare their lessons and keep up with their respective classes Pupils who habit ually fall to study and prepare lessons or who are not sufficiently well prepared to do the work of their grades are dropped to tho next grade below For Luna- Troubles Ayers Cherry Pectoral cer fqllldbronchitis it certainly strengthenS weak I 1tngsThere f this You know it fa true Andy iyour own doctor will say soy rbobait kind of ttitbaoislal Sold for over iljctTyfWi1 a Ka4ebrr 0 QO it11 10 tnsciotstnlr 11iigrcKT I f rWkrHOMtr U fttamlM 0 rllomr ecuosu 4 I j 1lIMNv 4TrY1L n Yvy I t i 1 I l I ti 1 Cloak Reductionr C atIn keeping with our usual custom we I f are offering our entire lineof Ladies and j Childrens Cloaks at COST Last season ilk 9fa we were fortunate enough to dose out aCloak in our house hence we openedIievery illseason with every garment NEW It We have only a limited cItlaritity of these t3 desirable goods left In order that we may J begin the Cloak season of S f as in the cat past these SLAUGHTER PRICES are made a trifle earlierthan usual that those I who have not bought may avail themselves c JL of these moneysaving values The pre idicJions are that cold weather will run far into spring Plenty of time yet to wear Cloalsand a very opportune time wew Ji to buy cI J 4 Ii HEADQUARTERS FOR = GLOATS r I R 1 Hanfurd Repuhlka FRIDAY JANUARY 31 I t IllInOI5Cent 1IRallrOiHiTlmel North Iliiiinil- No SlHI ill IIOIII- KINolJllilllll182 due 033 a in nni NoIJIII 1lOIII So Ill ilni VV4 p IjINo10Jilii MSiin Vn IS1 liiiS2ii Ham and Eggs at City Restaurant Final J Mrs James Felix City is quite III of the grip j New Spring Ginghams and while goods at Fairs j Those Oyster Stews at City Restaurant cant be b atIBargains In Overcoats and Suits i t at Carson Cos Mr Jesse Fullcercon Echote culled j I 1 to see us last Friday I Jr For Overcoats and Cloaks at low If i 11 i Drs vIsit Carson Co City Restaurant carries a complete j line of everything good to eat j 1 rK Once a customer always a custo j mer is the CltyRestaurants motto t ResII t City Restaurant takes the cake when it comes to good strong Cof ace the City Restaurant cook tt xiteak to p rfectlonMrmy rain 1tgood1 tJudge W n Taylor nnd the Foes 1 of relatives near Rochester Sunday tJ J Mondayv fII esh Oysters always oihand at R sturant and IervekanywhY ICJty wisllt i Wilson Canty vHle will preach i I at t b Cumberland Presbyteriarichurch l nextSunday I f1JITbo City Restaurant Ii sUrelYtl UPtodaCe eating place In Hart j t 2rordtIEverytJdngtho bests j tti lyMr D 1aylor who bas been the t TdTevepog ion last weekytJ 01 SpecjaJijiriqea In all wool Blankets r atvKidrsV 1O 4 Blanketsformer prlceJ I tf OTio 39 t4 lllanketsformer t IrkL PriC9It5iOonoW14S0 J iIAt + 1 M Barnett was called to- 1h pr cl e4rlf last FrldY dnaccodntaf tI t lfllRk4rSorewho her iauUerlafnew Mrs 1Yilppre attacks 1c pfUtmontaS ar rI u- y r 1 T v t toj 3l t 1 I L 40IINVt as- ia cciCIc I Practice economy by buying In Fairs 5c and 1O OaseiAlultt hisinew residence recently completed Highest price In cash for furs of all kinds U S CARSON Unbleached Pure Linen Table Damask at Barnard Cos Great value 201 pairs of Shoes odds and ends to close at YOUR price CARSON CO jFairs are showing now spring Woolen Dress Goods Call and seeI them Why pay a profit on Cloaks when Fairs are closing their line out at costICounty Attorney E M Woodward is quite ill of grip at lls home on Clay street Shoes at less than cost to make them on our bargain counter today CARSON CO our short lengths In Woolen lGoods on our bargain counter today CARSON COIt Lucky purchase Puro Linen Hand kerchlerLadles size pC Mens sizeI lOc BARNARD CO Only a few Overcoats left at Fairs and they go lit cost Avail yourself of this opportunity Mr F E keowri central City was the guest of his brother M J Keown the first of the week This week Colgateu Cashmere Bo ColgatestTalcum Powder y IGcBARNARD i CO visaord several dales this veek While ihe season is well advanced yet whiivea Alee stock otDresst Goods which we are selling at greatJ lyreduced prices CARSON hiss Sfella BrlzendYrio of Little fend whdhas been the guest of rela then in tfertford ror1hepcastftwo weeks has returned Ji M4 a- vMr R tJTvJler returned Tuesday from am xtended Visit to hist daugh tars Mrsj ThomaS Mullen Princeton Ind andMreFOrgutiouipbfouTetnh Messrs Ej P ntronett East HaiJ ford JiFJonesdontordJ E1 ParkTafJyj dud Granville Stewart Sunn dal were amorig our callers a Tuesday itMr Frank LbweS iiresumed Lfev Nq2frgmt ISeptembe on account of typhoid te- yer t ft 1 For Sale n scolarehlp in the Hart ford eusltiess1 Ihstluteirhpply at th office 0 HorseBrtnclMessrs B H Morris nt1CIVl Stcfwart i8da were amok our ctttlors yesterJa J Mr John Wesley Taylor returned Thursday of last week from a solour- to points in Arkansas 349 pieces of Woolen Goods In lengths ito 4yarls at less than cost to manufacture k i CARSON COI FOR SALESome pure blood Du rocJersey Spring boars An tunity to Improve your herd at a to cost BARDWELL BARNARD 253 Williams Mines McHenryKy Dr S J Wedding was called Into Cousulatlon with Dr C DeWeesu Mot day in the case of Mrs Qharluita Campbell of Rosine who has bceI suffering of appendicitis for the pM feW days IzlIEs Hattie Barnctt left yesierdny for Cincinuai 0 where size enters Conservatory of Music fr a few IIthu instructions She was ac by her father Cull C M Burnett who will return Saturday Mr nnd Mrs U S Carson enter tained ihe following young people at their beautiful limo on Mulberry sheet Monday evening Misses Mary Wedding Olive and Edith Carson Messrs Amos Carson Henry Plrrle and O L Thompson Messrs Jas T Davis SunnydaleC C Dennis O E Scott and S A Da vensport Prentis J W Allen and Geo P Jonis North Hartford T C Bean Sulphur Springs L D Taylor Rob Roy Wm Brown East Hartford DI B Uartlctt Westerfleld were amon our callers last Saturday The fulowing marriage license have been Issued since our last report AI vft Naught Olaton ego 20 to Kate McDaniel Qlaion ago 15 Robert E Partner Ralph age 24 to Mary M Taylor Ralph age IS R E Barrett Beaver Dam age 27 to Susie M Williams Beaver Dam age 29 Rev WJ Hudsbethof Hopklnsvlllc tilled Elder Wrights pulpit nt the Presby erian church last Sunday morn lug and evening to the delight orI large audiences Ho is an eloquent and logical speaker The Christian church has secured his services Corn protracted meeting to begin the first Monday in April Letters addressed to tho following litiijps are adveni i nttne Hartford pot office Anderson Meador binISilpble Hoover W A Duncan Miss JCisie Ford Miss Adah Patton CharlU Tanntr A A Rowan Mr Roy Smith virIglnl1man Mr Alex Uarnett a compositor in The Republican office came very near making a fatal mlstako in taking a dose of medicine last Tuesday morning In moving articles from his room In papellngIthedosing his medicine after each mealI became exchanged for one containing carbolic acid Had It not been heav fly diluted with water and the fact that he discovered his mistake before he swallowed much of the contents of the glass it might have been srj rlous Ho escaped with slightly i ed lips and valuable experience Notice to Carpenters and Con tractorslThe Ohio County Fiscal Court has appointed a committee to have a dweling house tar the jailer erected or built on the Jail lot in Hartford sealed bids will be received for the erection of said building and the parties making the lowest bid will be supposed to get this contract but we reserve the right to reject nay and all bids The party that gets this I contract will have to give a good bond for same Plans and specifi cations can be seen at my office on Main street next door to the Herald office All bids must be In by the 10th of February 1908- ISAAC FOSTERChmn W M FLENER R B MARTIN 272 Building Comltee Postmasters Request The Postmasters of Hartford and- Beaver Dam desire to call attention to the practice of some patrons of ru ral delivery of placing loose coins In their boxes each time they desire to supplyingthemselves of their needs This practice Imposes undue hard I sljlp onrural carriers in removing loos colas from boxes and delays them pn the service of theft routed nbe postmasters therefore urgently request tjiJl patrons of rural delivery provide themselves find keep on fiend supply of stamps consistent with andi Ih advance of ttielr nerds It is also ery desirable that rural patrons place cudetnchnbcePs E lf necessary la purchasing l supplies 6f stamps i i1 l t ilt I LYNGDING EEITAiNIE fiHTifon CountyAFarmer t Elkton Ky Jan 28An unsuccess ful attempt to criminally assault Mrs gloyd McBlwalu thee youthful bride of a well known farmer living six miles southwest of this place was Klnnwa negro em 1111theMcElwalns fuse was cut and scratch ed and great bruises show where the negros fingers closed about her throat as he attempted to strangle her Intense excitement prevails in that part of TOld coumyand a large party I headed by the Sheriff is searching for Kimbrough The negro was last seen going in the direction of Trentonand the pursuing party Is also headed that way Should Kimbrough be caught ho will be lynched on the spot as he was well known to Mrs McElwalnwho saw hint plainly as he approached the housIIs but tweet three years of ugeand who huts boenI married but a short time was uloneI In the house at the time of the assault j her husband having gone to Elklon oni business About noouus she was 6nI gag d in her household dutlesshe saw Kimbrough approaching Knowing tho negro und presuming he had been sent l on an errandshe was not alarmed amiI It was only after he had entered throatgpurpose i TlK young woman fought like atlgresa and tin lUgroevidHiitly fearing that he screams would attract some of tiltI hands suddenly tied- BEAVER j ow DAM Jan 30Miss Mary Hardwlck who has been visiting in Uussellville andI Nashville for the past month return ed home Friday Miss Paisye Adams Bowling GIUunI Is visiting her brother Mr J K Adams for a few days Misses Dora Gibson and Edna TII Cremin entertained the Ladles FlinchI Club at the home of Mrs F O Austin on Main street Saturday last I Miss Bessie D lianus entertained ai few of her friends at Flinch on Thurs i day night Miss Eula Vick of Central City IsI spending a few days in town Mr i S D TauMeter who has a po sitfoir at Arbo Miss and who ha been spending a few days at home returned to Arbo on last Saturday Miss Lizzie Stevens of Rockport spent Sunday with her parents here Miss Pearl Pate of McHenry spent Sunday with her parents hero Mr and Mrs J K Adams Messrs J E Williams Higgins aru on the sick list this week Quito a llltlo excitement was caused on Friday night by the explosion of a lamp in tho Planing Mill office None o was In the office nt thetimo but I some one passing saw the flames and gave the alarm by blowing the ells tie Mr Taylor who was at home cnme at once and with a fire extlu guiaher put the fire out at once Tint adIFor SaleII hereby offer my farm for sale 11landKy good five room dwelling two porches everlasting free stone water in back porch good out build- Ing farm well watered for stock Fur ther information call on J W Dear Hartford Ky 2515 NARROWS aJn 29Mlss Grant of Shrove s visiting Mr and Mrs Will Park Mr O D Fentress was in Owens boro Tuesday Mlsa Verna Duke Rockport visit ed her parents Mr and Mrs Will Duke at Dundee Sunday Mr Jack Walker went to Louisville Saturday and returned Tuesday Mjs8j JMlth Duke Sunnydale came up Tuesday to attend Prof Lawrences spring tern of school Mr Henry Caster was in Owensboro Tuesday Mr James Renfrew is visiting his brother Mr John Renfrew Penrose Ark t- Mr r Dunn and daughtersGer trade and LIllie are visiting Mr and MrsS P Bennett Mr Roscoe Willis went to White Planes Tuesday Mrs John B Renfrow of Penrose Ark who Las beqn visiting relatives here has returned home Dr Kortermls of Spring Lick visited hisdaughterlMrs George Cum mnigs from Saturday until Monday Miss Isabet Thomas visited relatives at Sulphur Sprlngsast cook Rev j A Goodman is conducting a protracted meeting at Oak Grove M church II Mr and Mrs R K Beanjand chi drenyoi0wenaboro aro visitingrela U1 n l I tI fi e9 ptd j S jIIWTIMEAIts the stuff life is made of w Why not buy now some of those new Embroideries just received some of those India Linens we are r showing and make for spring use Ia nice whitedress or waist Dress= es for the children made now for later use will not come amiss La= ter you will be busy k SSPECIAL ThiS WEEK 9 Worth 12k = 9c Hope Cotton = = = lOc arspecial in Dry Goods or some nec= essary article It will pay you to 6 keep in line with us D PEND ON BARNARD CO r HARTFORD KY I I POLICE DOGS WALK REGULAR BEATS Animals Expected to Prove Val Iuable Aids for the New DepartmentI New York Jan 8New Yorks Itcedogs were put into nctlvoscrvlc early this morning for the Experiments with the Belgian hound brought from Europe and lrninedwit an especial view to service as at adjunct to the citys police force proved i the effectiveness of their iiibtruc tlons bIy policemen in plain wore onlyIIors The dogs after their exercise in lithe district between Prospect Park and Coney Island after midnight were taken before daylight but will be on duty tonight at 10 oclock and bv kept working until 3 oclock tomcrrow morningFor present they will be re strained by leashes but after they learn the precinct they will be allowed to roam at large A row of steam heated dog houses has bee vrectcd in the rear of the Parkvllle Polls Station for their accommodation SMALLHOUS Rev G H Lawrence Deaver Dam filled his first regular appointment nt Smallhous chauch for tWli year Sat urday pm and Sunday a m Miss Manda Brown who Urea near West Providence is the guest of Mr and Mrs G W Barnard Miss Bera Ross Ccntertown is the guest of het cousinMsis Edith Curtitf Mr and Mrs M P Mnddo and little grand daughter Annie Louise Hill who have beep quite sic kfor two or three weeksare worse at this writ ing Mr R D Hunter who VlslKcd his parents Mr and Mrs J n Hunter the past weeH has returned to bis home at Utica Mr and Mrs John Morton hays moved to the R H Ever 1 farm recently purchased by Mr Mortpi Mr Tom Crowder who ha recently moved to our community is at his old home near Balzctown ana business trip James C Drate and s T d Hunttr iwere ja Harttorci a few days last week I f Miss Minnie Renfrows school closed last Friday I Mr O W Overhults went to Coral vo last Friday Mrs Berry Bishop who has been quite sick is reported better tIrs G W Ilarnurd who has been sick Is EO much better the train ed nurse has returned to her Ironic la Owensboro AUIlJeIUellbrother Mr Virgo Curtis from Satur e1day until Monday NoticehIThe Kentucky Light and Power Co will pay 10 reward for information leading to conviction of any one gull ty of breaking light bulbs or In any way injuring purposely the light son vice in Hartford The offense is a penitentiary one- Kentucky Light Power Co DyE G Darrass Mgr NIGHT RIDERS STORY- VEHEMENTLY DENIED Rev Gordon Makes Sworn State ment Refuting Fake Story 1 notice in the Louisville Times dated January 25 1908 treading as fol lllomh1tJutrilreceived a Lunch cf hickory switches njatch and u cartriiTeQ with a note warning him to ilhtontlnuo buying tobacco 1 now wish to state to the public under oath that I have not at any time teen auk M to quit buying tobacco or received a lunch of switch es or match or any thing of the kind and wisp to oozy that the statement lIIthr paper mentioned alioyo with reference to the night riders mid what was claimed they did is falsetnot a word of truth In it and In view of the false statements published by greatlyinjured z er damages G W GORDON Plnchlco Ky Sworn and subscribed to n fom me by G W Gordon this Jan iyijj 1908 W S TINSLEY C 0 C C JNO H BARNES D C Cd 19TOltttllL 8atIgIttSIpaWe I 4 I FARED WORSE THAN H ROBINSON CRUSOE Terrible Experiences of tbe Cast aways on Disapolntment Island Vlctorn B C Jan 1The steam er Mlomera arrived yesterday from the finding o the castaways from the wrecked barkcntine Dundonald Who for eight months struggled to oust on Disappointment Island 200 miles south of New Zealand The Dundonald with a crew of twenty eight was smashed on the rocks of the Island on March 7 last twelve be leg drowned and fifteen survivors found at Auckland Island which they reached In a rudelyfashioned boat eight months afterward by the Nuw 1 Zealand steamer Hincmoai The castaways lived on raw molly hawks and seals and banked a fire nnd kept It going for seven months l until May C nnvas from the ship was used for covering Cold weather came then with snow and hail and with their hands only they dug holes In the ground above which huts were built of sods and sticks In these they lived on mollylmwks and seals At first they cooked food on the fire but later built a mud oven and cooked food on spis They knew a govern ment depot was placed on Auckland Island five miles away and finally decided to build a boat In July a strange looking boat was fashioned of crooked sticks and can vas clothing and blankets saved from the ship also being used A small bone saved from a bird with a hole pierced in itwas used as a needle and some wire from the ship was used The bolt started July 31 but falling to find the depot the men came back August 9 They used four of six of tho valuable matches- A seccond boat was built in September and a third In October but these were smashed They then sent the first boat ahead and after walking through bush and scrub for fifteen miles the food depot was found There was a good boat there and making sallk from their clothing he IIPolnt1mentto Auckland Island The Hinemoa passing with a scion title party saw their signals a month after they reached Auckland and rescued themIHad His Revenge The rivalry was great at the annual trlckct match police versus publicans and many friendly bets depended on the result When the last batsman I Police Constable Robinson walked to tho wicket the police required only two runs to win and nuturuily great ex cltement prevailed lIe batted with due care until a loose ball cause and hitting this past mldon he started for an easy run He got home comforta J bly before the wicket was thrown down but to his disgust he was given out Why exclaimed the Indignant con stable I was a yard past the wicket Mebbee said the umpire In a su percilious tune but yer sec It aint what you say Its what I say an I say youm out Rut begun the Irate Iloblnson Dyer remember Interrupted the umpire meditatively scratching his nose snyln to me bout six months ago Dont argue with the law Well you was the law that time an I was run In Now he added triumphant Im the law an youre run out London Tltltlts Pay of Army Officers A glance over the army list shows that over two thlrls of the olllcers are rccdlvlng less pay per duty than good meclumlcH receive In civil life The olllcer has no home hut must be pre pared to live In the arctics or the trop ics and change from one to the other at short notice lIe must have equip ment for both and while In one plow the equipment for the other Is storede and deteriorating He is sent on long Journeys to distant stations and must suffer banishment from his family or take them along Either is u great expenseon one hand for travel und on the other for inulntenunco two establishments Ills changes of sta thou are so frequent that he must put his children In costly private schools for see them grow up In Ignorance He cause he Is an ollicur of the United States service to use the respectability of his position to odd to his Income reflrtI ment be must Intrust his interests to an agent Army ant Navy Life The Old Old Story not tired laid dusty tho excursion was returning from the seaside duty trip and Simkins a little bald titan with big ears overcome with his day of happiness dropped otf to sleep In the batrack above another passenger had deposited a ferocious crab in a bucket and when Slmklns went to sleep the crab woke up and finding things dull In the bucket started ex Mrtnext moment down lag on Simkins shoulder Not feeling quite safe It grabbed tho voluminous ear of Slmklns to steady Itself aivf the passengers bold their breath nuc r waited far developments But Elm t r r alas only shook his hindtillRltCy- Lot go Eliza be ujurtnnfecl I tell you I have been at the ofllce nil tbl evening London PickMeUp Men Women and Adjective Certain adjectives are reserved for men and others for women A man Is never called beautiful Along with pretty and lovely that adjective has become the property of women and children alone Handsome und tile weak good looking are the only two adjectives of the kind common to either sex Even bellohas no real masculine correlative In English since beau came to signify sotnctblug other than personal looks It is singular that handsome should have become the word for a strikingly goal looking person since Its literal meaning Id handy dexterous But pretty like wise cornea from the AngloSaxon word meaning sly- Beauty In tho Angleworm If there Is any llvlngthlugtbat seems to have nothing to relieve Its ugliness it Is the angleworm that crawls slimly rnluIbit of Its upper skin under the microscope and your Ideas xof the poor little worm will change mightily It shimmers like tbe softest satin and spar kles with all the colors of the rainbow for It Is covered with little tine lines crossing each other like the cuttings In In glass vase The Smooth Handle Everything has two handles one by which it may be homo another Ity which It cannot If your brother nets unjustly do rttjt lay bold on the nlTiilr by the bundle or his Injustice for by thou It cannot be borne but rather by the opposite that he Is your brother that be was brought up with you und thus you will lay hold on It as It Is to be borne Eplctetus A Word For Nero Nero Hail led while name burial exclaimed the student Well replied Mr Crowrher tliatK butter thou the custom many violinists have of practicing at n tune when cv erything Is nice nod quiet otherwise Washington Star The Compromlss My bride wonted to go on n weeks wedding tour nod I wanted to stay nt dome Well we compromised by going uu n tour around thu world Meggen dorfer latter He Went Tbe Hungry OJutst Icamcs what time Is dlnnor The Candid Butler Ia my borders sir which IH to serve nap us ROOD us ever you go slrondon Express The country which Is cultivated with difficulty produces great wenMenau der Cutting fig Diamonds Big diamonds lose n great deal In the cutting The Kohlnoor was reduced by an unskillful stonecutter from TOSft carats to 280 carats n second cutting brought It down to 180 110 carats and u third to 100 1111 carats or less than u seventh of Its original size The original weight of the Pitt or Regent diamond was 110 carats but In the hands of the cutter twothirds disappeared while the Star of the South which was picked up In a riv er by a nogress lost a little over half Its weight by cutting WANTS TO JUMP OFF TOBACCO BARN Nobert Mattingly of Curdsville Is Adjudged of Unsound Mind Norbert Mattingly a young man twentyone years of age Will tried yesterday afternoon on a luiuicy warrant before n Jury in circuit court was found to be of unsound mind and was ordered taken to the asylum at Honklnsvllte The young man is a son of J O Mattingly u well known citizen of the Curdsvillo neighborhood Mattingly was brought to Owens boro by his two brothersinlaw who were tho principal witnesses In the case They stated that he haul been weak minded since he was a child of about four yeas but thai during the past year ho had been violent at times They stated that he has frequently said that he meant to kill himself and has on several occasions threatened the life of his father He appears to be pos sessed of a mania to Jump from the top of a large tobacco factory at washfoundtory The young man did not speak a word during the time that the in quest into his sanity was in pro gress Afterward he was turned over to Deputy Jailer Doriot and I taken to Jail but still did riot speak lie will be taken to Hopklnsvllle todayOwensboro Mesenger I A Timber Famine Predicted In I Twenty Years I Gifford Plnchot tho government for ester made the declaration on the re IllspectionI s r 1 ernment reserves acid private Idlni at tho present rate of cutting will exhausted although it Is nossibW that the growth of that peRIodmight ox tend the arrival of the famine another five years Mr Plnchot urges that thq magnitude of the danger should not bo understlmated Toeevery man woman and child I Ithe country would be affected by such a famine Al though about onefifth of the forest area of the country is made up of government reserves attention Is call ed to the fact that the government docs not control a corresponding frac Lion of the timber supply because tho government lands are not BO good as those owned by private owners Mona is to bo asked for to extend the for estry service and to push the work of reforesting the denuded timber lands although it Is claimed to be utterly beyond the power of the servlco to meet the situation and prevent seri ous trouble An effort will be mado to protect tho Appalachian forest and promote the growth there The State forester of California has advocated a plan that is being watch ed with much interest In that State under the police power the forester is attempting to protect the watershed and to proyent private owners trout devastating these lands in n manner that will injure tho irrigation of lands lying below Figures have been pro duced to show that at Uio present In crease In the value of timber land the owners of such property are malt- Ing more by letting the Umber de velop than they would by cutting und placing the money out at interest + L EVERY EQUITY MAN SHOULD DO HIS BEST And all Nonsociety Ellen Should Cooperate Fully With Theme Nnrrows Ky Jan 23Now tha our suite meeting IB passed and Its work n matter of history It behooves every AS of E member to gt belay and help to make this the greatest ear In the history nt the organiza tionlor real progress and great achievement along every line of eq uity work Every official should resolve to do his best every member should resolve to cooperate with the officials to the utmost of his ability A pull all together will surely win It also seems to me that conditions are ripe for Chore who have never affiliated with the society to do so now as the need is certainly apparent to every one and enough has pl ready been accomplished to demon strate beyond a doubt that with our forces united as we should be that ev ery object of tho soceliy should be accomplished in a short time and that happiness and contentment would n lgn supreme throughout the land and the farmers come to be recogniz ed as the most Important factor In the business world Now I want to urge upon all nonmembers the great im portance of giving their assistance that there may ho no question of reap lag qlck rewards and thai the bene fits may come to all Tho society lets surely already provided YOU with tho means so there can bo no question as to whether It will pay or as to whether it can do done So come now nnd help to plan for the future Give us the benefit of your observa tion whllo watching us In our strug gle for equity The locals should get busy collect fug the 1908 dues and forward 110 for each member dues to the state secretary S D Robertson Calhoon Ky Twentyfive cents is to be kept in tho local treasury and 15 cents Is to be sent to the county secretary The total amount of annul dues is 150 Let us all go to work inearn est to revive tho locals and stir up individual interest Get ready for the busy season that Is coming on when we will he absorbed in produc tion of crops M F SHARP Easy to Send Telegraptos When a traveler In the grand duchy of Baden wants to send a telegram while he is on the train he writes the message on a post card with the request that it b6 wired puts on a Binmp and drops it into the train letter bile At the next station the box is cleared and the message sent IEXPERIENCE Ii non lending a sketch and diicrlptlon nipy anlitren0nn1011 trleU conndenUai tt LonPaUnU PAtellUolatenLlIJcal nolle wUhout chimo In Scientific JUitericaN A bandiomtlr Illaitrttad weeWr r sheet tIro culatlnu of an iclentlflo innroal Tornn W a four ontbL Bold all newiiUar iII l NewJnrkD MmeYx hI O Jthe 1hiI hid You h911IiASj3 IN IIBIIrI F1 X t 11IL t7UaSJ83s- Oho Coat I circuit CourtToF Blrklieod Judge lien D Illngo Attorney Oscar llldklft Jailer Ed Q Uurrasw Clerk Frank I YollY Master Commln3l6norY L Mow ley Trustee Jury Fund IU It Martin Sheriff Hartford Dcputles8 A Uratchor I p Crowdor W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes tint Monday In March and August and eontlhuell three wekIan4 third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Judga W S Tinsley Clerk 13 M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convene first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Beein on the third Monday In January April July and Oc tober Court of claim Convenes first Mon day In JnnunrYttuesday after second Monday Other Officer N Moxlcy Surveyor Shrove S W Leach Assessor lit ItoyJames DtrtVeeseSchool Superlnten ont Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COUNTS JH Williams Deaver DamMarch to Juno 23 September 21 December U- W P Mllcr Homo Branch March 20 Tuna S September 23 December 2G W S Jan Dundee Maxell Si Jun 2d September 20 December ro- W U Edge FordavllleJlarch 2Slunf 2 September 27 December IS II S Chamberlain Beda March Si Juno 25 September 28 December 29 Herbert Render Ccnlertown Marct SO Juno 25 September 29 December 30 olin II Mlles RockportMiirch 31 Juno 30 September 2V December 31 IIAUlFORD POLl Ct COCllT It 11 Wedding Judge J S GcmiClt Attorney Seth MoselyjMarshul Court convenes second Monday In each month 11I3UOIOUS SERVICES M E Church South SenIce third Sunday In earls month ut 11 a m und 7 p m2nd Sunday ut 7 p m4th Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Ruv J A Lewis Pastor assisted by IlovJ 4ranh Maker Baptist ChurchServices lucid Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting ever Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner Pastor C 1 Church Services first Sunda In each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Christian ChurchServIces every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B WrIght Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Qlcnp W S TlnsleyC M Harriett Dr E B Pendleton City CounctlJ H Williams Mayor C M CrowoClerk C M BurnettTreas urer R E L Slmmerman Dr E B Pendleton A D Wlte Wm Fair Wm Bean Dr J W Taylor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 075 F A Ma sons meet first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Ueari Secretary Keystonq Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month W N Stevens High Priest French Vickers Secretary Rough River Lodgo No 110 Knlghtt of Pythias meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C R C Porter K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 1C O T M meets every Thursday night J C lien Commander D E Thomas Rec ord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 U O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs K Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Mist Suo Telser Lady ltecord Keeper frenton Morton Tat No4 O A B holds regular meetings Saturday he time first Sunday In each month FIPorter Commander It A Anders Ohio Tribe No 183 Imp Order Rod Men meets second and fourth Wednes daY nights In each month Seth Mose ley Sachem J rfey Foster Chief of Records Woodmen of the World meets first and third Wednesday nights In each month R L Tweddell Counsel Commander Dr E R Pendleton Camp Clerk The Safets and Quick est Way to Transfer x Money IS KY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Cumberland Tell Tel Co INCORPORATED T D RENFROW DENTISTAll work in his line executed by the most Improved methods Crown and bridgework a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoe store Hart ford 0 SURE CURE for All DiMMM U STOMACHLIVER t L are caused Indigestion If tttlittle too much or If you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt h shortnessof breath rapdhe rt butheartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach U expand swell and against the heart This crowds theheart and Inter feres with its action and In the course at time the heart becomes diseased KodolF- or Dyspepsia j 011ofthebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous DigestiveStomachIbymadnIn I ImmrdialMRS LOSING NICHOLS Perin Yen ftf 1 had stomach trouble and was In a bad state ai I I DytpepslaCurea KAUBLB Ntraaa 0 pitfests What You Eat aeonI lnJli itlon I rnret at Ut Lee itw lUBiek tilth I rawrT fIOJ wm I1u 1 I AOLCeleareeIA SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS 4A JAMES C BENNETT P 0 fox K5 Hartford K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill O A erty in Ohio county Terms reuttona ble Your patrunageholi- cltedDont Neglect It It is a serious mistake to neglect a weak heart It is such a short step to chronic heart disease When you notice irregu larity of action occasion ing short breath palpita tion fluttering pain in chest or difficulty in lying on left side your heart strengthening ter remedy than Dr Miles Heart Cure Its strength ening influence is felt al most at once I have used 10 bottles of Dr Miles Heart Cure and can truthfully say It AnythlnJIThodoctor himDrnot going to do niK any good but It did 1 have not taken any for a year now and while thero la occasionally a slight symptom of the tel trouble Its not for filet continue the use of the medicine If I should get TlkeDrI consider myself practically cured of my henrt trouhln S H DUNNAM Livingston Texas byyourtailshoMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind obtaned tA tamaseamPATENTS a our cipeiue and help jm to OTocm send model photo or Sketch for rnrr report suePASSINGBook on Profitable 1utnlt writ to B03SOB Seventh StreetlWASHINOTON C KILLTwc COUCH AD CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR C8UCHSPRICE ANSAU THROAT AND L NITROUILEI GUARANTEED SATISA0TOB OX MONEY REFUNDED r 4 hLECTRIC Quick Reliefand C re for Head ache BacKacbe Dizziness Indication Malaria etc I 3y1F LS l r y r S CSI IUBNTT CEN ryesBAR ET SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY At nl practice their profession Jn all then courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Ahpeals Special attention given to all business entrusted to their caro Collections and the Practice b of Criminal and Real Estate Law Ingtr FRANK L FELtx Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office in the Herald building i r J CHAS M CROWE y LAWXBR HARTFORD KY Will practice hla profession in all Ihe courts of Ohio and adjoining counties In the Court of Appeals Special at tvntlnn given to criminal practice and to collections Office In old building on Center streetiJNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AiLAC HARTFORD ICY J Special attention given to collections making abstract c also Notary Public t for Ohio aunty Office north side public square t R R WEDDING Ii Attorney at HARTFORD LawtWill practice In the State Court Prosecutes claims Mo Collections promptly rnuatyffice rM L H1UVKIN KIINKST WOtlOW Alt HEAVRIN WOODWARD I o fleyg atolaa HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention glvIen criminal practice and collections Offlee next door to flank of Hartford YANCY L MOSZEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KYiWill practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Natnary Public Office over First National Hank 1 W H llAnSKH 8 ANDERSOIU BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they havo formed a partnership or the practice of Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices south aloe of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Tltle und litigation affecting Titles to Real tutata will be liven special attention Notary In office W II BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located in HARTFORD 1Residencephone No137 PRO CpUREDANDDpEeFENDnD Bend m04e1 Free Rind to pitooU trZ=coj7Tl htjeta IN ALL COUNTRIESJBulntu Jlrttl tank III and DI1I1111 faltll J ExcluilvilyWritiu atom EbMt opp VIM Once 1 r WASHINGTON Icat Ii A Reliable RemedyJFOR CATARRHItfi Elys Cream Balm t J abtorfatdCivet sotbwkoalawTbthe diseased mom a abrtme resulting tOm Catarrh away in thelleod quickly Restoresk aGOCream Balm for use la atomizers 75 eta u Ely Brothers GO Warren Street Now York tl ru B 1 IfrE s 3j Th but tonic Curittr I r Msdlota heir the ale f- Itiss he GuaraatO a- F + 3 1lr p a I i r SIPINOS ARE I OPIUM SLAVES IliAnd Government Will Prohibit importation of Drug To jf The Island Within a little over a months time i i ImportaItfoilwill become effective and In anticipation of that event there is Filipinosfect of the law A largo quantity of opium Is consumed in the Islands mainly by the baneIfuli rapidly extending among the native Filipinos and even among the i Americans The Congress has passed an act Intended to correct the evil but there is great doubt of the a- blitity to the confirmed opium user to abandon the drug and a considerable N agitation has been taking place In the Philippines with the object of I securing an extension of the time per 1mUted for the stoppage of the traf flc onIrevenue J address a letter to the provincial treasuries and other citizens ofethu Philippines dealing with this subject He says in substance that he feels authorized in declaring that congftuss will not extend the time beyond the first of March in which opium can be imported and he appeals to the Chinese in Manilla to assist his office In preventing illicit importation of opium after that date Attention Is called to tho fact that the Insular au thorities have already empowered the collector to reduce the amount of ojium consumed in tho islands by each individual from month to month In the hope that by the first of March tho amount wilt be reduced ton minimum or the use of opium m- iurply abolished with respect to many of Its present victims thus reducing the temptation to illicit traffic Collector Hord calls attention to the large loss ot revenue which tho gov ernment willingly foregoes for tho benefit of the people In stopping the importation of opium showing that at present there are no ass than 30 000 opium smoUers In the Islandswho pay annually 5 OJO 000 pesos for i opium to the retail dealers This equlres the importation annually of 100000 kilograms of the drug and the collector urges that that money I bo retained at home and applied to th- O development of the Islands There aro some crops that will not follow each other nor will they follow certain other crops while Ion the other hand there are come that will grow year after year on the same land and also follow any other crop This must be studied carefully while making out the plans for the follow- Ing season It depends upon tho pill you take DeWllts Little Early Risers are the best pills known for constipation and sick headache Sold by all druggists ni How Actresses Try To Smuggle Dogs Change in several hotel manage ments in Chicago has resulted in the stars who como here with having hard times in knowing whereI to put up with them It was long ago that Adele llltchle was driven 1 around trying to find a resting place all because of a little gray aid tously haired beast that looked out of her luggage apparently out of her rug I straps She finally put up lit the Great Northern where the rules do not bar I fourfooted travelers when properly chaperoned Tust before Mrs Pat Campbells on gagement her advance agent engaged rooms for her nt the Annex Soon after ho received a courteous message from tho management Our rules are so strict about dogs was the substance 61 this letter and wo havo heard so much about Pinkey Panky Poe that t save you trouble wq will let you know that If ho Is still with the company we will have to forego the pleasure of baring Mrs Campbell Eleanor Robson has a little white dog that she can put Into her pocket her I sleeves or any othc convenient that SIlO ran make for him plcoI doesnt shOw at all Sho used happy subterfuge s to get around English quarantine law which has Jbrougljt so much woo to dogloving actresses Slip carried him Into Eng dy land between tho lining and the outside of her cot But after his Journey across Doggy was ill and she took him 1 to a doctor J l think he took cold because It wat I so cold and rough coming across she S saidnot realizing her slip until the 1Englishman looked ujj at her with aj expressionh law hasbeen int England new Pullman rule has been jn Am ricaln banishingpeis from the sleeper This was a hard blow to Mrs K r Z i Fiske who made her dog her constant traveling companion As it is her chle recreation when stops are long enough to get out nndgb and see her how low When she was herd last she topped ai the Grand Pacific where an exception was made in case of her pet Chicago Tribune Curns Blood Skin Diseases CancAr Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is Impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors If you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eezima Itching rising and bumpy skin hope palnsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains atop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Oa B B B Is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated casesas It cures after all else falls 35tf HOW FRANK CORLEY HAD HIS GAME QUEERED SpokeICalf Safe During the hunting season County Clerk Frank Corley Louis Uoldnamer and Roy Bond visited Dick Walde In Ohio county In quest of game In the evening the boys got in a reminiscent veih and somo good stories were told One night Louis told about n remark able house he had seen In Larue county made entirely of mud and straw Frank made n great deal of fun out of the slory and ridiculed It so thatSte convinced Mr Wnide that Louis was close akin to Joe Mutilation From that time on tho host looked in credulous at everything Louis told Louis kept very quiet after this bitt laid foR Frank who grew very loqua tlous lIe finally got to bragging about his farm an his fine stock and talked so much about his pure bred Guernsey cattle that Mr Waldo bought from him a male calf for 3500 This was Louis chance Ho took the old man aside and told him that Frank mado lots of money out of his offlco and spent It all ova poor farm That he did not know through bred stock froml scrubs and that the calf in question wns across between a polled Angus and Jersey The old man kept his counsel but when the party was leaving Frank naked him when ho must ship the calf Mr Waldo replied with a good deal of hesitance you need ndt ship him mull you hear from mot and said It Jn such a way that Frank knew the sale was off He was thunder struck and could not understand it Louis kept his mouth until he got homo and then got of cigars and he is very much afraid Everybody has laughed at him about It and it has cost him at least a box both so tined and Imprisoned Because tho News will get hold of tho story and publish it Blown News Long Llyo the King Is tho popular cry throughout Euro pean countries while in America the cry of the present day is Long live Dr Kings Now Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remedies of which Mrs Julia Ryder Plalne Truro Mass says It never fails to give Immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold Mrs Pains opinion is shared by a majority of the Inhab- Itants if tits country New Discover cures keak lungs and sore throats aftc all other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds its the only suro cure guaranteed by All Druggist 50c and fl 00 Trial bottle free Hargis Pays Marcum Judgment In Full Winchester Ky Jan 21Tbo last payment of tho damages awarded Mrs Abclla Marcum by a Clark county jury against James Hargis and Ed Callahan for the killing of James B Marcum was made today to her attorneys Byrd land Jouett The check was signed by Mrs Hargis Tho orig inal erdlct was for 8 000 but when settled tho amount was 1130502 Real Estate 400 Acres on I C R R between Horton and Rosine 200 acres In wood land consisting of a large quantity of merchantable Umber 200 acres In cul tivatlongood dwclllngcood barnwell watered fine orchard will grow fine corn wheat tobacco hay etc Price right trems reasonable Will sell as wholo or divide to suit purchaser 4 About 100 acres of fine farming Ian about half way between Hartford and Beaver Dam on the pike forty aoros bottom land bnlnpce lays well with GO acres in now timothy Good new cottage with 3 rooms Terms reason able cOxlBO Iiitho old Fair ground ad dition to Hartford Lays well and fronts on tho pike Cheap for cash Apply to Baraeit Smith 18tf 1 l 1 s t a i IHAS BRAN NEVI- THEORY OF RUST Electricity and Not Atmospher ic Oxypen Now Held To Bl3meI Why1Ironplats at tedious length that It Is all due to the oxygen of thoalr say- chemistry a the Circle Ever since SCloncejwhichtheory has Now an American physicist ucceptedi maIl corned along and announces rusting Is really duo to electricity Dr Cushman started his researches with the object of discovering some method of preventing the corrosion of wire fencesa subject of vital Inter est to farmers He achieved moro than ho anticipated He found that the first attack on the Iron Is made i by hydrogen In the form of exceed theII i theory that many substances when j they aro dissolved In water are dlsI Boclatcd into Ions or minute parties es smaller even than atoms nil carrying electrical Even pure water contains a certain cumber of these Acid j Impurities multiply tho hydrogen ions and strengthen them In their corrosive I effect upon Iron The action Is purely electric and Involves an exchange of tho electric relations be I tween the hydrogen and tho iron Dr Cushman discovered that active oxidizing agents such as chromate and bichromate of potash prevent rusting I by safeguarding it against attack by l tho hydrogen ion By immersing tho iron in acercenirakd solution of bich romate acid and then washing and wiping It time metal is rendered passive so that it becomes capable of resisting olectrochdniicnl attack The discovery of the real cause of grentIslgnlflcapcl It means a method at been found for protections structural Ironwork and machinery FINLEY DENIES ED REPilRTI Writes McKenzie Todd That He Did Not Say That Willson Had Written Taylor Frankfort Ky Jan 2vThefol lowing letter from Charles Finley re garding a communication which was sent from Denver purporting to be nn Interview with Mr Finley was received here today by McKenzie Todd sec rotary to Coy Willson Agnes Memorial Sanitarium Denver Col Jan 22100SMy Dear Mr Todd Tho inclosed clipping was sent mo by a friend I am writing this to say that the Interview In a Denver paper referr cd to is a gross distortion and perver sin of what I said The reporter who called on mo Is a Kentucklan and supplied from his own knowledge of Kentucky affairs much of what I migh reasonably be expected to say but did not say Moreover sonic of the things I did say aro so perverted as to be unrecognizable I never said that Gov Willson hind written exGov Tityloror anyone else about anything I was ash ed as to how long I would remain in Colorado In reply I said Gov Willson has said that at the proper time he would notify oxGov Taylor to return to Kentucky for trial I presume I am Included in that too I havo had no communication with Go Willson and have no means of know ing when that notification will come In tho meantime I am trying to regain as much of my health and strength as possible My statement that Gov Willson had said that at tho proper time he vould notify oxGov Taylor to return to Ken tucky for trlalwas based on tho press reports of his speeches during his cam palgn i CHARLES FINLEY rCASTOR I AFor Infants and Children Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 8ignattuo JIof IUnknown Philippines Islands spoil millions and millions pf acres have never known oven the wild mans crudo plow One 1111l1yln regions travel for days oven weeks without seeing a native He will jass through realms of extreme fertility and beauty through vast up land meadows of rich pasturo grass growing kneehigh and containing a soil rch and black as that of Egypt I J 70 X f TFwo Good Papers for r I the I PrIce of One 1t m1iDo I The Owensboro INQUIRERis Iliad prints the DRWR as U happens v4lluml tear or favor Eight or moro Snnjl iIhr r District every day as well as a thelSpecial Features I A Sof E News iiiiilii iiil iiy S B L e secretary NA Associationtand K K Mostly press agent Green liver District A S ot B 4 Neighborhood News furry nri lilicirliroi and village In this rounty hlll a big weekly letter i rnteujrnteu by a local correspondent 1l1 t f Serial Stories flu Usl writer ot fiction In the world contribute to our fiction de liarlmoni Liberal Installment 1 tiillou appear In every meas eLucal EditorialsI Irllt uf Interest to tills Immediate w on i Sunday Features Tho big double Sunday number con tains special features and departments of Interest to every member of the 1 fancily A womans page childrens M page music fashions mens corner etc are exclusive features trotJ WILL FIND ALL THIS t IMlWKKIt BESIDES o I ALL THE NEWSf t ALL THE TIME to t T tKflI 1V r1 1 MM across quiet savannahs where strange trees dot the landscape ns do tho mountain oaks of the California i ontllmighted orchard pasture in New Englaiu Streams clear cold and crystal spring i from the mountain heights and bubble through the mountains meadows In the lowlands jungles of wild bana nas wavo In the wind their fruit un cropped In tho uplands thousands of acres of wild hemp are never stripped on tho mountain tops tho Igorroles grow as fine longstapln cotton as any In time world but crudely For each cotton plant stands alone on tho sum mit ofa hummock witch Is six or eight feet from the next hummock and sur rounded by tho water of a rico paddle Tho cotton grows well enough and an Immense quantity could bo grown on the Idle acres but the Igorrotes aro skilled oqly in the raising of rice Wild peanuts wild camotes sweet potatoes wild oranges of many kinds and some of a delicious flavor wild limes wild rubber and guttnpercha thousands of products of tho tropical somliroplcal and In tho higher altitude of tlio temperate zono are neglected I The valuable hardwoods that pass their usefulness without being lumbered and on to decay are almost everywhere Game and fruit for the taking cool nights sometimes very cold and bril liant cmfoortablo days and a region as magically alluring as ever beckoned to tho vploneers of tho Great Plains Who knows the Philippines who has lived only In tho clUes there 1 t 1 b IEHAVE JUST completed spe W c i a 1 arrange rnents by which 1 99W Iwe are enabled to offer the Daily Edition of The Owensboro Inquirer 312 papers by mail regular price 300 per year a drthis paper regular 100 per year both forII I Hrt L Srk7 rd 00lI 1 A l1 4rwbS + i pjPer YearT- hus Giving You This Paper Absolutely Free ItThis is a I ford to overlook A whole years ing for less than One Cent A Del readIyou want to take advantage of special offer you must act as this offer can be held quicklyII short time This offer is not to new subscribers Old stib rs may take advantage of it by paying all arrearages in full DO 17 NOIVI Leave orders at this office or wish to remit by mail rtukf your rt mittarces payable to the publisher of I l j rt WIS PAPEFtil Sierras 11rI lin Mind You can save money by having your clothes cleaned and pressed at Pearls Pantiorum We guarantee satisfaction Club membership ONE DOLLAR per month We will also admit lady I members 4 Respectfully PEARL D TWEDDELL t 1- a 4JA iWt TAKE THE REPUBLICAN I rII 7 lfADLOGKIHAS r 1 T tI COME TO STAY d Kentuckys Senatorial Race Seems Fixed Snr Correspondent at the CapiI ton Presents an Interesting Review Frankfort Ky Jan 28The dead lack in the senatorial race seems t6 tve come to stay Beckham is still d three votes short of his election and 4 Bradley is five votes short with a x mtrBeckham Democrats voting t Irt McCreary Blackburn and other Demo ousts and holding the balance of po er The race has settled down to sort of humdrum affair and the two teermg committees are getting only excitement out of it as they have r to hustle around every morning to a It ah+ the absentees are properly pair with some member of the opposite joHticaf party The six antiBeckbam Democrats have it in their power of coarse to elect either Beckham or Bradley but it has not been Btraicd yet that they can pull ov enough Democrats or enough RepubJI cans to elect a third man A Republi can member of the legislature said last arwdt that If he were released from Twdng for the Republican toiTYO Bradley ho would be willing nuts for Wheeler Campbell one of the j anilBeckham Democrats and thus end thu deadlock But I will never Bradley to release me said he for draw If I wont to him and asked hl to release me ho would give me a goo cussing and I am not going to say word about It but Just stand pat TU i abdicates that tho deadlock may con tinue to the end of the session but wIlY end any day that Beckham o Bradley withdraws from the race Governor Wlllson has sent a special message to the legislature on the sub let of better schools and a more ad VMieed system of education JJe says there is a general movement all over the stnto for better teachers better teething better schools better school Souses longer school terms bettei paid teachers firstclass normal schools to train teachers and a complete change in the whole school tem to bring It up to the best sysj metlfods To carry out these ideas suggests that a commission be ed for composed of the governor perintendent of public Instruction suj senator one representative one to He chosen by the Federation Womens clubs the president ot the state university the presidents of the superlntendjent lected by the governor except those specifically named The duty of this oonmjUsIon will be to investigate our BcIiooF system and compare it with the ftust systems of other states and submit to the next general assembly a report embodying recommendations and suggestions as to needed changes tii our school system A bill propos lag to create said commission has a ready boon Introduced In the senate bISenator HIves and it will likely jppesed and become a law It the sena octal race does not block all legisla tion S Senator R B Brown cf Gallatln county has introduced one of the most remarkable bills of the session nnlll vrhlfe it is not likely to become a law Iflfcan index of the determined fight the tobacco growers are making to In crease the price of tobacco by growing BO crop at all this year Senator Browns bill provides that before It shall bo lawful for any farmer to raise I a crop of tobacco this year he shall lmt procure a license to do so I from the county clerk and the price to be charged for said license shall be 5 tier each acre of tobacco proposed to be own The penalty for the violation ot provisions of the bill Is fixed at a Sou ot from 500 to 1000 so it is safe to predict that If the bill becomes the tew there will bo no tobacco grown In Kentucky this year The building of good roads In this tate will be given a most wholesome Sel1atonred Under the present constitution no Bounty can assume an Indebtedness s for road bulldlng purposes greater than 2 per cent of the assessed value of the property in the county amount has been found to be Thlej Inadequate to secure anything eccnt system of and the demand from the people for better 1 mud has become so Insistent that an 114IooImdmeet the demand of tho people The BoirworttiWyatt bill provides that a vote oe taken on an amendment to the constitution which will permit counties to become indebted for bull tog public roads to the amount of 10 per cent of the taxable value of the gvtheo r c theclamorY 1Adetermined fight will be made in 4hfs session of the legislature to give el0Gofo A4- G r r Y IIr other school otn- rtdcRelrrtbNpilnUYe TiltSU11ivUitof 1- HIsatttodtilc eoddf liar IhtredtfCedatlDl11 thlKWisdrtftbo neat BMfiotf rmrnl- say Thit any woman bdase ssl thdfiuallfidatlons requfslto ta m Voibr In common school elections and J who In addition may be able to read and write Is hereby declared qualm j to vote at any election held for the purpose of choosing any officer oC sclidBft or lipon any medstiro relatingi i to schools anti any woman posseasi the qualifications required r males hereby declared to be eligible to any offlfco now existing or that m hereafter be created tby say act of t i general Assembly ISevernl delegations of women ha already been to Frankfort in the Interest of this bill but some of the leading Womans club members are working against It It Is predicted that thoof j main stumbling blocjc In the way the measure becoming a law Is the fact that it gives negro women the same right to vote and hold office that it gives to tho white women S maare the tees charged by come j pahfes but for somo reason all bills introduced in the legislature on thatj have failed to Senator pcdI aUI11 and reduce these fees and the prise- chargedj for provender The aennt Is a farmer and a stock trader himself and he feels troth personal axperien erthat the prices charged by these com Is too large His bill provides notIthat the be actual weight be taken and not charged by cuess as seems to bo the custom of some of the stockyard companies This bill meet with the hearty approval of t ovmIA tint aimed at the drug stores an whiskist citrto sell liquor shall not rngage in any other business at the same place he sells the liquor Among the other scores of tills offered the following a the most Important Act to require an annual apportion ment and accounting of the surplus of life insurance companies Act prohibiting the manufacture and stile of cigarettes In this state and pro Rvlding a ddvero punishment therefor Act to prohibit the marriage of first and second cousins in this state prevent the crowding or over jAct beyond their seating capacllprovided by railroad Itor the transportation of passengers to prevent any Increase In rates now in effect or the withdrawal of cer tain tickets In retaliation for the teaching of theI Ielements of agriculture in the public the state amending the election law jAct that hereafter the ballots shall have no party emblems on them Act giving too landlord a aupetl lien on the tenants crop for the money advanced to raise the crop the lien to be superior to all other liens for one year The classic old building where the legislature now meets and has since 1832 will soon be a thing of t 1past as tar as being of service to state is concerned unless the leglsl- lure makes some provision for Its fu ture Everybody admires and loves the old building for Its mahy Historic associations and are anxious to see 1tlmpreserved for all time and used by t state for some purpose The most fre turnpdloverand let that organization make a sin historical museum of it after the no statehouse Is furnished and Nearly all the other older states a historical museum and Kentucky should have one by all meansNo more suitable building could be found for such a purpose and tho state will have no further use for it after next year In this way the state would a 0cure a most valuable and Interesting feature without having to spend anything to get It e A great many amusing things are told as Jokes on the legislative bers from some of the back counties some of them being true and some of them probably not true The other day at the boarding house where one at these rural members was stopping the housekeeper had apple dumplings vetstoothsome sauce The aforesaid legislator It seems had never seen any sauce before so when he had about housekeeperj you wallop your duhipllng In comI ly1 IIheItheirIfi rted legislature makes an appropriation for that purpose Tho building presents d Frankfort Kentuckianbe its firstclusever had and the poly mistake was made In not building twentyfive years ago 1 f FATHER AND SON f bet If a YJpenaavnrttmofStonya a heartbreak Is not recorded on the r1of I of the kilted gar wqundcd The chl- IJdwar knew no more tragic occurrence than tbe following Incident taken trots tits New York Sun A soldier enlisted from Ills home In CeorFl undlsturbcis withoutha U a left him a little deaf This affliction 48be never mentioned In his letters After the surrender he sent hrs fa them word that be would teach home about a certain date Travel then was uncertain and he could not tell Just when he would arrive Ills father prepared to receive him He had brought out the best plate which had been secreted for a long time and with gold which had ben exhumed lie bought such substantiate and delicacies as the southern market t tHcec time as were In the vicinity were Invited to the home coming Tile young soldier arrived on the lantation the night before the earliest he had mentioned It was Ifti titae aorrofe acos overrun 4 and sneak thieves The father gun In hand weht to the door saw the np reaching figure and challenged it The young man being deaf abode no whereupontheIlls son fell shot through the beart It was a pitiful sight to see tbllt nl lifeh0ermade rend to welcome him The next day the guests arrived Instead Taeyyoung man bad bravely fought EIry private burial ground had In it n grave made by the war but no funeral like that ever took place In the vicinity or possibly In tho whole south reHAILSTONES The Part Electricity Is Said to Pie In Their Formation The formation of hall through else trlcal action according to the theory oascientists attached to the weather b reau at Washington Is nn Interest g and even wonderful process The wind draws out n cloud into iitagposed to the nlr the cloud evaporator rapidly and the rapid evaporation pro daces intense cold Dry particles p snow Ire then termed and these By Mctlon with the water drops qulkly scone charged with negative elec trlclty lint the water drops them and6pa of water Is formed upon each snow intoorn ayer At this thickness Its rl Rmainsthere so rapidly whereupon the else trlcal charge changes from negative to positive and the particle is repelled by the water drops and driven to the outs facreascbecovers snow an negaUra now once more changed for attraction and thh realof water which is turned into sec and ice layers Thus the growing hailstone darts zig zag through the clouds piling up its untiltodpinningjingling crowd of its fellows to tic ground Minneapolis Journal The SpanIsh Duchess youImnglnereceived than a little milliner Not a aehome and treated to the hidalgos fla olessshopkeeper urn on the best at terms cmty an English duchess comes fronhtU tact that site belongs to u prouder Had she a mind to sport her l in n shop the owner and his attendants would speedily make short work o tjffoolish exhibition for Impertinence e of and vulgar haugJitinesA ore not defects the Spaniards will ttilcrateBlacl oj woods vc tidD17maccounts On one of head fs a quaint Worded statement duty witnessed arid dated e The polling Is not particularly com meridable but spelling was an uncqrb tale art in those days and even glut denied to some NOvem homR1mayt ant charge for a redlsh Colerd Snrtute with a Blew Velvet Cape wloh I now wain JOHN SMlTIf jr Ono taw Socurf v Officer Cos soloist flew down hill fcj4 machine beyond control Hi there lIsbeI Itf3arpers p pGgNqi WORMS Propneey of the Jcwisi5ilpoanr7 Its String ulfiUmont eJtilsbll1fed during the limp of the first crusade and one of the legends Worms connects him with this event Ho was ono day eated with panpiledI bpuse4rid with threatening glen thrift forawooldmy assembled illicit wherewith I purpose to drive the Infidel Turk from the Holy City but before I set out l demand to know whether my undertaking will succeed Answer me at once I have no time for delay Thq rAbbl replied Thou wouldIlearn the future from mo unable Jo foretell It God alone ca say what the future will bring forfli I have no powers ot divination stn my faith forbids the assumption o them Pray therefore forgive me If am thyrequestionabbi Intones of passion I will listen to no refusal Well I know that thou must foretell the future If thou wilt As truly as I am Godfrey of Bouillon so truly do I promise to protect then and thy community from all harm even It thou shouldst foretell disaster to me Rut It It In a successful Issue that thou Last In store for me I will right ray llyrewnrd tbce In addition on my reo taro Vtliui Art liou sliuut BJO or by heaven my sword shall open thy mouth wide enough My liege lord answered the Tow ish sago there Is only one above who can penetrate the future Unless I would denclve thee which I tiara not do at most I eat but venture nn opin Ion of what will happen to theo 7hyaundertaking will only succeed In part Of thy Immense host tut three men and one horses head will return safety With blanched couutonanco Godfrey of Bouillon turned tp depart exclaiming us he went Take care If I return to nod thou hast dc hetl me Godfrey of Bouillon wen to Jerusalem captured It and he saute Its first king But his success was short lived not the tide of war turned against Lira Defeat and disease decimated hlsga6f host until there remained but Ill of them all who made their way to Worms The Jew has not spoken the truth he remarked as the gates of the city came In sight He sal we should return with only three era and n horses head Ho toss lost h1 reward They rode up to the gatecnti demanded admission The door behind was raised and they pays cd through But as the fourth ride aguhttrue and leaving Its trunk and burden lde the city Conduct me to the rabbi said Godfrey of Bouillon I rabbifKnew His Habits The following anecdote Is given by an Indian officer as Illustrative of tho wilytstaff while wending their way through one of the narrowest valleys of Tlrah were annoyed by the attentions of 1 marksman who from time to sent n bullet unpleasantly close At lust the general turned to his ordertlyn Pathan sowar and told dismount take his carbine and tub sownroil and presently there was it dcrack and q gray bearded old Afrldl tumbled headlong down the mountain The sowar rejoined nod fell Into is place Butryou manage so en911Ohreplled tbo sowar I knew his habits He was my father London Truth Whore Fat Is Beauty In Tunis when n mUll wants to take another wife ho picks out n girl and then carries to her father a pair of bracelets and a pair of anklets from houseu slipped on the young woman and set tatt completely fills the four ornaments or the man hen n right to re her for in Tunis fat is beauty and a permanently slender girl has no- hance of marriage eLacklnp In Humor Little Robbie was entertaining Mr Irasumt1 powder puff My sister ytyN you alnt got no Idea w hmo said Robbie fjindecdlb r returnsd i thatjlsthero the last me She said 11secn you look1n thewapdxouLeader IVery Steady Relative Well 1 sincerely hope you ill be happy with him Mandy Is a steady young man MlssMandy Steadyl My goodness Aunt Judy Jiea been 9prigs toriee mb for more than ejovetj yeajfc London Punch i k Regal fviagnlflcehceJ The Muckroyds have a now flat believe Yes and it Is something riiagnifl ont too The bathroom is so spacious that it is possible to have two Turkish onceJudges showethslilts LIt j II j if r1 v1rrr IiI A solutely Pure dFrom Grapes v the most healthful 6f fruits comes the Y chief ingredient of ttRoYAL Babes as Bali tNot do yo think said tbe sailor of usln live babies for halt Wtdone It In Ceylon i Babies for bnih Fishing for shark M No Crocodile Bony MUIIthl only thing for crdcodile arid embody uses 1L Ye rent a baby dour there for half u dollar a day Of 1course the sailor went on the thing nlnt as cruel as It sounds No harm ever comes to the babies or slagr course their mothers wouldnt rent em The kid is simply sot on the sot mud bank of n crocodile stream nnd HJofLau yp an pot him But set n little fat nnkid baby on the bank and the crocodile soon roust up In he comes n greedy look in his dull eyes nUll then ye open fire 1 hart got as many as four crooo ningtN women Wilt lives near good crocodile streams make as much as g2 a week reglar out o rentln their bible for crocodile halt Cincinnati Enquirer Hat Y Job Waiting- I hear youre getting to be a real sport a veteran to that line remarked sous sort recently married The young man repudiated any sad Intention N amongthtboysPut In 1CO and won 40 In s lng pool greyr up awhile What did you1 do with the flOput it on the races or open wine Bought n ton of cOAl and a set o false teeth for my wife was the n ply YOUUItrlendGee ho soliloquized thats a no gueslIll hYorkGiven Her Choice Little Harrys cxperlence wlth deatMwoe limited to the decease of canary which hall beeu sent to a taxi dermlst and now adorned the parlor mantel His grandmother of whom he was very fond was token suddenly ill For some time after he learned of her canIdltlon he sat in a browp study Then hetiptoedtlously approaching the bed fixed his serious big brown eyes upon ibis dear qulveInr sSay ferandma If you die which would you rather be burled or stuff ed CnusoJf youre burled wo can see you no more but If youre stuGe dfive IGranaa1hto mend =London Scraps halter of Fact A Tlsltort mIiQndoPtonn I n j cafe nt a Dutchman wnq had been about a bit and who spoke English perfectly well Tills Dutchman was smoking a china beautyandthot Ot such brie a brac took the Jib erty oAcomment ppon ItYotf cpuld not Btumblertipon a pipe EnglishmoatThe DutchBjan took three or ton rItbehCIEAR RUN A Jan 29hfr ty Ci Park Is on th- a11IBt this weekaThe masquerad6 pound supper at Mr Kings Tuesday night waa Yr 11 s4 r F IIPOWDER The only bakingpowder p made from Royalt Grape Cream of Tartar e a5P 0- d Sei Costs a little more than the injurious slum or phosphate of lime powden but with Royal you atc sure of pure healthful food I quite a success A large number of people were present All reported a delightful time Misses Mattie and Myrtle Hicks of the Washington neighborhood visited Misses Bessie and Beatrice Newcom ttof this place Sunday Mrs Pat Hoagloud visited her par ants Mr and Mrs Joe Funk last Saturday Inm Paris has the mumps Mr Lonle Ifeylor went to Hartford yesterday on buslnfss l Miss Iva Gray visited Misses Jane and Malinda Smith at Tatty Saturday + r night and Sunday Mr arid Mrs Bill Paris near Hart ford visited Mr and Mrs DavldMed data Saturday night and Sunday Tu a rray went to yesterday af ter a load of coal Mr McKellue Murray went to Bu 1 ford Saturday on business Mr R M Nowcora spent S1turdllInight with friends in HartfordsMr Pat Hoagland anti family and Mrs Hardin Hoagland and daughter IMiss fizzle of this place attended birthday dinner at Mr John Hong lands near here Mr Halrllp of Dcanfleld has moved on Mr W W Parks farm in Wash Ington neighborhood Those on the sick list are Mr E HoaglandhNotice Members Hartford Local All members bf Hartford Locale No 1 are earnestly requested to attend the next regular meeting Staurday Feb tofPre1CwOLATONJan 29Mrs G W Daniel and little son Master Kenneth returned ome last Friday from Kosmosdale where they have been on an extended visit Mr D D Young has sold his Water ill to Mr Dawden Ester and soldchis house and lot to Mr R Whit i worth Mr Young will move to Yeaman Grayson Co Ky we are sorry to give Uncle Boone up as Mr Young is fa mlllarly called as ho isa genial good man Nilbeteare visiting relatives and friends In RqBlno and Beaver Dam this week Mr IJ 0 Daniels little child is VW 4lWJth pneumonia fever hire Ernest Wilson Is able to be out asaln niter her recent illness havetg for past months will move inane near fu i taro to their farm they purchased from Mr M 8 Patterson 7 Growersa i lalYajo urged to brhig their tobacco goodtcagdlUoqas L tobacco that iaJn od condition I 1 suggest also qUit riore pafMbe talc serfratlng T f- dark agtrttt dC thtlIjnlierlal Tobacco i Company hOB I1 theytobaccorhe eau get All dark tobacco delivered t up to this tlmerTias been jirized and w v shipper and will pe sold this week 1 kfObacco a t tietweeke jPlI s 8ta8 received Prepared to take 4 rSs cars of all tobacco thatcomes 4 x- r V 1111If oJ II f j i