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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti Tbr I UqnblicantFa- me Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOLXXI t HARTFORD OHIO COIfNFY EJ FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1908 No7i BIHKHfAD WONT TRY FAROE They File Affidavits that He lit Is Hostile Attorneys For State and Defendants Agree on John S kelley As Trial Judge Owensboro Ky Sept 2Judge To F Blrkhead will not try the indictments against James H and J Otis Parrish t resulting from the failure of the Ow t cnsboro Savings Banjc and Trust Com pany having vacated the bench on affl davits sworn to by the Pnrrlshcs that he would not give them an Impartial trial By agreement of the attorneys for the commonwealth and the defense Hon John S Kelly of Bardslown was selected to try the cases The bank cases took a new turn in t the circuit court when the hour arrived forJudge Blrkhead to hear the mo tlons of James H J Otis and I N Parrish for a change of venue This turn came in the nature of affl davits by James H Parrish and J Otis Parish to swear Judge Birkhead off the bench on the grounds of hos lllty to the affents would prevent Judge Blrkhead from giving them fair Impartial trial T A Anderson and the Parrlshes also filed affidavits for a change of venue on the grounds that hostile opinion to them in Daviess county is so intense that they can not have fair + trials in this county They ask the court to transfer the cases to a coun ty in which public sentiment is not so hostile as to preclude an impartial trialT S Anderson does not make any objection to Judge Blrkhead as the trial judge but files affidavit declaring lie does not beleve he cans get justice Jn this district and asking for a change of venue to solid county out t aide this judicial district The alle gations on which this petition is based are brief and merely recite that he does not believe he can grot justice hereIn the affidavit of James H Parrish to remove Judge Birkhead he swears that Judge T F BIrkhead Is hostile to him and would not give him a fair and Impartial trial because Judge Blrkheads motherinlaw was a loser by the Savings bank failure as well as other relatives of Mrs Birkhead and also on the grounds that Judge r Bfrkhead and Parrish had some warm wordy encounters over a losing In vestment made by Judge Blrkhead In one of Mr Parrlshs manufactures the Chamber Suit company It being Alleged that for quite a while Judge Blrkhead refused to speak to Parrish The affidavit of J Otis Parrish affirms the belief of the arrant in the truth of the charges made In the affidavit of J H Parrish and that be cause Of his alleged hostility of Judge Blrkhead toward James H Parrish he t 4s also hostile to J Otis Parrish be couse the latter Is the brother of J H a1Ti Parrish I Barnett Cooper In announcing the coming marriage of Miss Hattie Barnett to Mr E W Cooper The Hartford Herald says At the residence of the bride in Hartford at noon next Tuesday Sep tember 8 Miss Hattie Barnett will be united in marriage to MrEdwinCoop er Rev Virgil Elgin pastor of the Methodist church here will be tae officiating minister Immediately after the ceremony the newly wedded coupl will leave for a bridal trip including several points in the West The brideelect Is the only daughter of Col and Mrs C M Barnett And was born near town and reared in Hartford Of all her galaxy of beautiful girls who are here now or who have gone out as the brides of worthy men the town can boast of none more winsome lotrnble andtald than Miss Barnett none more papular Mr Cooper for several years has njeen engaged as civil engineer for the new railroad being built through here Ho has trade many friends while hors among those who recog sized his business qualifications and sterling integrity Lately however he has purcHased an interest t hOBphate mine at Spring Ina13rgel of which be will be general t andjsbridewillmaketbelrltome ll JHeSpringHill Itk iJ i J I i Concerning this Hfjurlage e Nasal t Ii X villa Tennesseean has thefallowingC- OOPERLBARNETTI The marriage of Miss Harriet Bar nett ot Hartford Kyto MrEdI Cooper formerly of Nashville which will occur at high noon Sept 8 at the home of the brides parents will be of decided interest to the many family and personal friends of Mr Cooper hereThe groom is the son of Mr and Mrs James L Cooper of this city and Is a representative of an old and aristo cratic family of Nashville He graduated from Vanderbilt University and 11 a civil engineer now located at Spring Hill He Is an unusually bright young man and has a host of friends His brother Mr Yllltam Porter Cooper will be the best man and his sister Miss Anna Cooper will also attend the wedding The brideelect is the daughter of cot and Mrs C M Barnett and is a charming young woman FROM THE OIL FIELDS OF LOUISANA Ohio Countian Catches Political Breezes From Afar Eang lIne La Sept 1 1908 Editor Hartford Republican- As I nm a reader of your paper and 1on1dtiycounty man I feel Just like I would bo prou4 to See a few words from myself when I get the next issue This Is the largest oil field In the south It produces more oil and gives employment I to more men than any other enterprise I know of especially for Unskilled I laborers Wages here for a common labrpejyis 00 per day but i owing to tbo great advertisement of this field for laborers and the good i pares for same jobs have become scarce as men are coming here from most every state In the union Old Kentucky Is represented along withal the rest 1 know about twenty boys here from our State and most of them ate from Ohio county Title Is a good place for a laboring man Just think of tine rice cotton and su gar cane that Is rallied in the Satte of Louisiana It makes wages most all tho time and bettor wJlhIfarmers than most any other It Is my opinion the South the coming part of the country In tho near future During the Civil War when the country was torn up the men who owned large plantations and no limited amount of slaves were forced to let their farms go down and their buildings become delapldat jd but now a visit to ths country will show you all kinds of machinery and you will think the south Is almost be coming king 1 find by being associated with these people that they are much better than I had thought or hind been taught There Is one thing the people believe In holding- a colored man under their control much as he was during slavery and when one docs go astray he must and does expect Judge Lynch and not the legal methods by which all men should be tried Now back to my home and friends In Ohio County I notice In the last Issue of tho Rcpublcan a primary election has been called for January 9 1909 for the purpose of nominating candidates fOr various county offices I am inclined to think this will meet with the approval of every fair minded man in the county as 1 see it was by n large majority of the can didates and fount Committee that the primary was ordered Now as the gates are wide open and fences clown let every man hustle for his frIends as this Is a free for all fight Whoever Is nominated or defeated let there be no kickers Submit cheerfully and let there be no mud slinging Let the man or men who are defeated says to the successful ones that he will pot allow any man to do more to secure his election in 1909 unless he stays awake nil the time One thing I am proud of arid that is no better leld of cadnldates could be produced to select from It Is my good fortune to know every one of them personal ly and will say IsIgood enough to any l gUt of the people In Ohio county I With best wishes and good feeling ro1tho candidates who may bo defeated and success to those who are uccessfullu the coming primary and a Inal elecUonI am asdevel a helper LAP CROWDED t fi 1t r J o uJ EDWARD O BARRASS The above Is a fair picture of Mr Edward G Barrasswhose announcement for reelection as Clerk of the Ohio Circuit Court appears In this Issue Ed Barrassas he is commonly called Is the worthy son of a worthy and timetried Republican father He has been careful painstaking and- courteous In offlceand no more efficient Clerk ever kept the records of the Court He defeated Mr C E Ford In one of tho flurcust contests the county has ever known and now asks the endorsement of his party by that renomination which faithful and efficient service merit His nomination by the Republican party will give general satisfaction and add strength to the whole ticket JOE HAYDEN IS AGAIN BARRICADED In Ills Cabin Home Near Masonville Had Walked all the way From Hopkinsville After Making His Escape From Asylum OwonsboroKy Joe Hayden Is again barricaded In his little cabin In the woods in the Masouvllle neighborhood and the community IK somewhat terrorized Nobody has been close enough to him to hold converse with him but it is evident that he IB as violently Insane as when he shot De puty Sheriff James Weir early last spring His family Is In the house with him- Hayden arrived at home some time Sunday afternoon and from appear anoes Immediately prepared for a siege He had doubtless walked the entire distance from Hopkinsville and had In all probability traveled only at night as he could have made the trip In much shorter time had he pass ed along In the daytime He had treed himself from the leather throngs with which he was bound when he es caped from the asylum There Is danger of somebody being hurt before Hayden is again return ed to the asylum It is not definitely known that he has firearms In the tmoso but It Is probable that he hasI and there is little doubt that he would use them If he hasIThe county authorities will not attempt to place him under restraint un less ho should attempt some fresh violence The county authorities have Instructed the sheriffs office that Hayden is the prisoner of tho asyluni xuthorftlos and that It Is their duty to capture him County Judge Owen Immediately upon learning Monday morning that Hayden was at home called UIID1 Gardner superintendent of the asylum- on the telephone and notified him Has the sheriff got him queried the doctorNo replied the Judge Well cant somebody from the sheriffs office go out there and get mr Not sir He Iso r prisoner Jome and get him The superintendent rannounccd that hwouldisend ndenoughgunrdstotuke Hayden on Tuesday VTLey will pro t M l r v C r c I I tL p t If 1 4 Vi le J bably reach Oweusboro on one of the morning trains today This is the same Joe Hayden who about five months ago barricaded him self In his home defied the authori ties and whet his capture was attempted shot deputy sheriff James Weir and the following day shot a young man near Utica He was later captured and sent to the asylum Later reports from his fatally are to the effect that he has not been at home but these are doubted by the authorities Ohio County Boy Promoted A dispatch front Owensboro says that Joe Davis him been promoted to the position of chief of the Ow vnsboro Fire Department to fill the j place vacated by Chief Lltsey who resigned several days ego Joe Davis was born and raised In Ohio County and for a number of years worked In various positions In Hartford We are always glad to see an Ohio County boy go to the trout and we era happy to note that It Is no Infrequent occuranco of late NECESSARY TO STEAL IN ORDER TO LIVEI That is In Grdyson County Ac cording to Convict Skaggs who Wants a Pardon Frankfort Ky Aug 290IUSOU county is so poor that it Is necessary for a man who lives there to steal a little to keep body and soul together says Bert Skaggu a convict In the penetentlary who Is trying to get out either on parole of by a pardon Skaggs applied to Dr Ben L Bruner Secretary of State to help him and says DrBruner is the only friend he line Sknggs was convicted of theft nnd under the habitual criminal act I was sentenced for life He claims that I ho was driven to stealing by force of circumstances and Inability to get work and something to eat Skaggs was sent up from Ohio county the last tlmebelng convicted during the time Mr J E Rowo was Commonwealths Attorney When heI was co nVlcted the offense being break I ling into a store at Rockportand sen tenced to life confinement he hid a knife In his sleeve with r the of doing violence to Mr IntenUonI 1 11was ItHer r- v J TAFT AND FORAKER MEET AS FRIENDS Hello There Taft Called Out the Ohio Senator Both Men Smile and There Was A General Jollification on Reviewing Stand I TolcdoOSept 2Willlatu H Taft and Senator Foraker meeting for the fit time since th Republican con I vention created a hurricane of cheers I today when they shook hands with relewlnglItnndIng The scene of the meeting between the I erstwhile political rivals was a fitting one In the most prominent seat In the reviewing stand stood the Republl can nominee flashed on either sldu by the prominent citizens of the city while below him there marched the vet crane of the Civil war saluting and mingling their cheers with the music or many bands Mr fait bowed ngaln and again as the carriages passed and In one of those carriages sat Senator Foraker himself from those who recognized himIAt the stand Senator Senator Dick and Gov Harris alight ed and joined the line of men passing before fart on their way to seats As the senior Ohio Senator approach ed and the crowd recognized horn there was a seconds hushand then a migh thelstreettance of the Senator and the former Secretary of War shook hands I Hello there said Mr Taft extend- Ing his hand as he saw his fellow i statesman approaching Both men smiled and the crowdnow fully cog nizant that the anticipated reconcllIL itlon between the former political foes was now an official factlncreased the volume of their cheers to nn extent that made It almost Impossible for tho two principals In the scene to tell what one was saying to the other I Keen taking some exercise at the springs commented the Senator Yes and Im feeling fine When did you get here Got here tills morning nice trlplyi water but a little rough however lija fine sailor And tho rest of what they said wm lost in the din of ninny voices ralsol In one tremendous shout Long after the two had tuken seats and tho parade had moved on the cheering continued freshened continually by untlii Id voices as new detachments reached the spot i WoodwardNanceI One of wl has occurred In Hartford for a long tine Wits that of Miss Flossie Wood ward to Mr James Nance which oc uiTcd at the residence of the bride in Hartford at 830 oclock last Mon lay night A large number of friends I avid neighbors of the couple gather td at the residence to witness the I errmony Promptly at the appplnt ed hour Miss Margaret Nail who presided at the piano and Mr Ernest I Field who accompanied her with his violin took their positions with their Instruments Keeping step with tho enllelsoohnslWOtldlng the contracting parties entered the parlor across the hall where the mu tic was In progress Eld W B Wright was In waiting inl In a few well chosen words pro pounced an appropriate ceremony which joined the hearts and fortunes of the young people The bride Is the attractive and pop lIar daughter of Mr and Mrs W T Woodward and is one of Hart fords most winsome and accomplished girls For a number of years the groom was a valued employe of The Republican but for jho past four j years has been with the Hartford lIno11ype reIIIplentslends in hearty congratulations and earnest wishes for a long and happy I married l1eIIMr Arnold G Hints ot Ohio couni- ty joldedthoUi S army at the ar I i 4 my recruiting station at Owensboro Ky on Aug 28 He enlisted for the artillery branch of service and passed an excellent physical examina tion He was sent immediately to Jefferson Barracks at St Louis Mo for his preliminary training in tho duties of a soldier prior to Joining the organization fur which he enlisted He Is to be congratulated on choosing and receiving service with the col ors both at home and abroad Sunday School Association Following Is a report of work done here Sunday last by the Centertown Magisterial District Sunday School As sociationThe was presided over by O M Bishop H H Davis Sec and Mss Irene Davis as organist Some apparent needs of school work led by U S Faught followed by Rev Love Dr E W Ford and James Fulkerson All gave very In teresting talks A committee on election of officers and selection of teachers to superintend different departments of work was appointed as follows Jas FulkersonC Overtoil Robt Hunter Snmllhous A T Brown Rockport Myrtle Williams Ceralvo Nellie Mc Kernon Central Grove Mrs J Dell West Point E M Davis and E1Morton Centertown Forward movement planswas ably discussed by E M Morton C Over ton Dr lord and 11 H Davis Reports of good schools at West Point Smallhous Central Grove and two In Centertown No reports from Waltons Creek Equality Ceralvo or Lone Star How and why I teach Biography was fully explained by J C Jackson How to use our opportunities needs no plainer explanation than one given by E M Morton Committee on election of officers reported as follows O M Bishop President J IL Fulkerson vice Pres ident H H Davis Sec J C Jack son Supt of Education E A Carter Supt rf Violation Myrtle Williams Supt Organization Mrs Jennie Da vis Supt Elementary Dept Mrs E M Morton Intrmedlate Grades Miss Nina Howe Supt Adult Grades ThanksWe most sincerely thank all who rendered assistance and rendered us so ninny kind words of consolation In 0111 recent loSt and bereavement We appreciate sympathy front our friends but our greatest sympathy conies front one not earthly who has promised His children a Heavenly place where we shall again meet our loved one so suddenly called from us and spend eternity together- e tall to comprehend why such has been our lot to lose but realizing the great love of our heavenly father in dealing with us we willingly submit all to him and say Thy will Oh God be done Respectfully J E Hlllyard Husband and Sisters For Sale- A four room cottage In McHenry plendld garden out buildings and good water W C Smith McHenry Ky 5t3 FOR THE BUSY READER The national officers of the United Mine Worekrs of America have issued an order calling off the strike in Alabama t I2ifl1000 President Roosevelt is said to have told Republican callers that It was absolutely necessary that Gov Hughes bo renominated In New York President Roosevelt has approved the plans of the proposed new battle ship Florida and Utah which were au thorized at tho last session of Congress The coal mines of Wyoming have been closed and 8000 men are Idle as the result of the Inability of the operators of that State and the manes to reach an agreement in connection with a wage seals An Evansville company has incor oratcd with the Intention of con tracting an electrrlc lino from Rock port Ind to New Albany thence to Louisville making tho longest electric line in Indiana I Judge Adams yesterday transferred the Beach Hargis case to Estill county The trial Is to take place at Ir Inetho county seat at the December term of the Estlll Circuit CourU Judge Adams will be the trial Judge j I d q t 1Yor rt 1 1 t Jrl prty i fA i N- rL rAJI a- y J djll 11ECl I 1 I IJ 1 u ft t 1 alO v 111 tr l fp If r a 5 rTO VISIT Tir A I i i IrJ OHIO COUNTY FAiRUIoL I JT I + 1 I r fII IHARTFOR0 KENTUCKY ii2 I9081 J J a The Greatest Event of the Year t1I For the people of Oo andadJoiningcountiesof ording an oPPorlunity to witness the splendid exhibits of the lr a Farm Garden Orchard and Vineyard with which the = Creator has blessed our people = Bigger Grander and Better than ever before I II Increased premiums in all departments 120000 = awarded in Speed Ring contests alone This insures f ith sharpest competition in aU of these events I are to be to I II I 1 BRYAN TODAY Has Ills Has Led Him To and t to Shame the language of rehuketh a man 1II0le favor than- 1e I he that flattereth with the tongue form In 1103 In the platform of 1SlG Mr Dry uii denounced the gold standard as i tile enemy of the people OB the crea of hard tlllles as the ntlAmerl can i oIIcy which British bankers had + 1OvlJed for the purpose of bringing the financial world Into servitude of Lon himself poIIcly and solemn Jr to unalterable to this and rulnous gold 1tr llry an has abandoned his position on the t money question with a almost In pollllCtl The of the United States has not been changed slnco Dir Bry- ann stated IQ his platform or 189 tlicl- H It established hhnetuilism and gave r kf h gold no advantage over silver the f f facts of history have not changed sine Mr Hran said In his platform of 189G that the first coinage law ever by congress made the silver the monentary unit of this coun 1 fdollarCatering to tile and seek Ing to dtmrm the hostIlity of the Na bankers paying court favor the rich and the great Dlr Bryan t become a deserter from time cause r a fervor of lip which seemed tot I flow from the heart Quoting without credit the words of kt Mother he sprung Into fame on a 8 phrase aril was followed with passion N ate real by the millions who did not want to be crucified Ripon a CraBS ot I 4 I l- gold In 190S Dr Bryan is better Inform ed than ever of the wickedness of the which has locked fast the prosperity of an Industrial people In the paralysis of hard tunes The constitution ot our country Is still the same that It was when Bryan thrllllngl promised the people Immun ty from n crown of thorns the money system which lie denounced Is jUt the same Internal thing that It WitS In IS9G its victims the ftnan- rially dead and the financially woundec still litter the fields over which swept the desolation Panic of last yearbut Bryan hM changed No longer the tribune of the people he Is a truckler to power a recrant from pledge and promlso a self- Ishly ambitious politician who would betray any friend and apostatize from any prhielple to win tbe prize In 189G his platform against National banks truth the Congress alone has power to coin and Issue money lJuoted the historical fact that Andrew Jackson had denied the right of ConI cress to delegate tills power and de pounced the issuance of notes In The historical facts about Andrew Jackson have not changed the ante Jel1lln record otho Democratic party ns the fierce toe of the National banking system has not changed the truth as stated by Jefferson that the National banking system is ot deadly hostlllly to Republican institutions hM not chang edIt Is In Bryan that the change has tukln place It Is In Bryan that there has been a falling away It Is In Dry nn that we find the unclean spirit In stead ot standing to his colors like a man putting devotion tQ Duty aboye every other erathly thereby winning a lilaco Ip the loving admiration of the peolile more splndtd than the highest office he line taken the broad and welltrod path of political The Bryan who now otters props to the National banking system tile Bryan who now favors nn asset currency the Bryan who now sanctions an emergency currency the Bryan who now wants the to lend money to the National banksthe Bryan who now utters no word against the system which WM abhorred and loathed by Je Cerson and Jackson and Denton Is not 1 at alL He has no right to pollute the word It J- i 11 I THE OftgLL THE TEL I with the shameful financial contained In this Dener plat form11rongheaded as Alexander Hamil ton was In his theory that the gov ernment should Je based upon favors to capital wrong as lie was In his Idea of between the government and the banks Hamilton him self would have looked upon Bryans bid for support with dis gust with and profound alarm It Is simply monstrous that W J Drans burning ambition for office should drag the historic parttot Jefferson trnd Jackson Into the mire oC- 8u11 political shame currency loans to banks currency which monetizes the property or the million nlre honest and prudent bankers pun- Ished for the dishonest and the imprudent by the National banks of tine runctlon of supplying the country with are the things which the Bryan of 1D08 either favors or tears to combat I Was Bryan a Democrat In 1S9G If so ho Is not a Democrat now Was the platform ot lS9G the creed of De mocracy 7f so the platform of 1898- Is not They cannot be reconciled This hatchpotch of a platform thrown together artfully with tine purpose of protaining capital and at the same time that It makes un opn bid for this vote ot labor of the candidate who In his to win the negroes has insulted the South President I1oosovelt did thin bravo an proper thing In the matter of those negro troops who shot up the Southern town of The whole youth glows with approval of coprngeoua action It ardently admires the manhood with which he Ls stood his ground and the negro igltatora Every Southern Senator with one mxceptlon voted his of the course Every South urn audience beeu tettetto i tbo subiect d to its ft t t I t j r t m Horsemen and Stock Breeders Varied attractive Premiums to the breedersc t IbullsFloral = ithehandiwork too numerous to Also products of pantry 1 Department poultry maintained 1 I Special Attractions and Exciting Races Each Day laYou present and enjoy the occasion For Catalogue and Premium List apply the Secretary B Rowan Holbrook President R E Lee Simmerman Secy I IPIIIIIIauIIiIII IIRII nEiIIIIII InIIIIIIIIIIRII UIIRIlIIIIlIiIRII Un IN 1896 AND Deselshallfedfind Jacskon Stood PrincpaI theitIttoe donPledging opposition unAmerican unconstitutional monometallism shntnolessness- t uuparulled Constitution iipawed flnanclers ttional hasI wlthlatand 1f monometatllsm enthusiastic calculating declaredI constitutional aIHonalConstitution uncompromising consideration prostitution government Democrat bYl1ssoclating offered The Hall mention kitchen invited HIGH GRADE CONNERCMI SCHOO THE SOUTH OF COMMEROIAL BRRNCHES INCLUDING tiJUpHY hElUOm DfAUJIfULATAlOGUES FREEWRITproposi- tions partnership caplUlIshc Indignation IluctuaUn unchallenged exploitation sovereign currencythese Illaorthy eagerness Drownsvllle ltfr- HooC8elts unflinching agalnstForaker endorsement Presidents whlchliaw blliitl i ta I IIthe and for wildly cheer Mr Roosevelt I And nowM r Bryan who never had the manhood to open his lips about I Drownsvll1e at the time when the whole country rangy with it sees nn opportunity to play politics with It and grovels In the dust to do it He tells the negro delegation that he condemns the Presidents course He makes his hid and gets what he soughtthe pronise of the negro vote In the doubtful states of the North and West I But for once the cunning of Mr Bryan has led him too far When he told the negro delegation that ho con demned President Roosevelts dismissal oftheso riotous tllld murderous bru pfes who had disgraced the uniforms they wore and who had splashed the streets of a Southern town with South ern blood Jle made a fatal play In his uncrupulous game He should have remembered the ugly trait of character he exposed when he said In 1891 that ho could not vote for a Confederate soldier He should have known that his go- Ing over to time side of Foraker the notorious Southhater In that Drowns vllle matter would revIve the recollection that its Uryann native of Illi oC1Represeentatlves claredlthedream that the time would ever Como when his very life politically would depend upon that despised soldier his sons son But that ugly blot was upon the Dry an record and he ought to have Intui tively felt that when he a native ot- Illlnois was known to have carried his prejudice against the Lost Cause so far down Into the era of reconciliation and sectional peace as 1891 the taking of the Foraker side ot the Drownsvl1le tight was just about the maddest thing he could do In hlsbld for the vote of Capital Mr otLab1ProPltl r It r L I5 j rs- iI- tt I 4 t 1- it 1 rl ir 1e 1 of reasons for losing c nrldence In his bid for the negro votes he has In suited and outraged the South And It thQ South does not hotly rRsent his Insolent disregard of her feelings and her rights 1t would prove that time South Is no more what she was Mn her best days then the crafty trimmer of 1908 Is the Bryan of 1896- I shall denollico Mr Bryan throughout the South shall ask the solid South whether she will conttue to be solid when the can dldate of the Democratic Party In sults the Southern whites to win favor with the Northern blacks If Dlr Dry ay wIshes some Joint diseusslons he can get them I throw the glove at his feet And I dare him to pick it IIp111e JeffersonlanBy TO1 WATSON For Sale We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and half miles from Sunnydalo directly on the M H E It R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supplYoC freestone water 75 acres at Davidson Station on the OwensJoro branch ot the I C R IL GO acres tine bottom land will grow e4 or SO bushels corn to acre 15 acres lot rolling land very ferUle Two fine Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek haltlIterms reasonable BARNETT SMITH Agents Enter the Western Norma SeQ your County Superintendent modlatly about tree tuition and Write 11 H Cherry of Bowling Green for anew SUedS catalog7t2Ills Skin liea soak For the twontyelghth time in the lastS3 years William iL Cake Is shed ding his skin as a snake does In stead of periodical casting aside of the cuticle Cake is likely to shod ihle skin anytime i9peeiallsts call U der mitltes hI j Two years agohemad thegrip sad t I rl Cf 4 I i r t1 tool belladonna His skin came off three times within the next 14 weeks Cake enjoys good health except for this strange n1aladyTreuton N J Car Chicago Tribune Notice to An Interested It having been ordered by time Ohio rrvnii Union or the t S ot E at Its last mee ng that we act as re- vivers reorganizers and organizers of locals wo deslrro to stale that any community or local desiring our ser vices may prQcure same by arranging fop a meeting and giving us a weeks notice S L STEVENS Pres DAVID MORELAND ExPres Secnre a Certificate 1r Under the State Normal School Law persons completing certain courses of y 4p- mtudy will be warded a certificate which pe5mlts them to teach any wlere In Kentucky without further examination H H Cherry President of the Western NQrntal wlll furnish rull Information upon appllca lion 7t2 Just Exnctly Right I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several years and find them lust exactly right says Dlr A A FetOIl ot Harrlsrille N Y New Life Pills relieve without the least Us constipationill druggists m ru YRI KiolaaatinttrflwaOiait 1aten UI tatty uro tou gyp kSckNoik p ht A 1i IiIeItcalaUoti otu I hIIIN Ir I mj 11 fjt i I 1 io II J J r t yf a r tf y t j y r JJ- s i h ra t ROADS ShOULD 1 31 H OE DRAINED Split Idg drfig Wilt Provide i i These Cessentials TileJShould bt Provided In Sip Places f With au average of 27000 tone of water falling In the form of rain on each mile of publlc road In the United States annually It Is scalcely to bo martelledat that the ten command mentBqf the road builder can be sum teed up succinctly hi the word drat- n4e The saying has truth for n basis rs good drainage Is the prlmnry requisito- c tfor all roads Even In sand roads this true for there good drainage means such as will safely remove the storm water without erosion or Stilly Jng and still retain the surface mots tureTo secure goott drainage one must take IOta consideratlon both the surface water and the udnerground water The surface water must be removed quick ly and completely and without subJec ting the road to excessive scour or erosion For this reason the cen ter of the road should be raised and the slope towards the side ditches should be from 12 to 1 Inch to each foot distance or so that the atwer will run freely to the side ditches and not flow down the road or remain In puddles on the roadway The side ditches should be of ample size to care for the severest storms with a fall of not less than 6 Inches to each 101 feet Frequently and ample cross drains should be constructed find every opportunity taken to get the water away front the road as quickly as possible I 11 Any road along which you see water standing In the side ditches or on which puddles of water have collected or which has boon badly gulped and eroded by the rains has poor drainage and Is In need of Immediate attention In tact earth roads nearly always re quire a little attention after each rain The splitlog drag Is essentially a tool to maintain good drainage on our earth roads Mil should be used lifter I each rain On a heavy clay or gumbo soil the drag when properly used tends to puddle the road surface keep It tree from ruts dense smooth and I hard thus securing the best surface possible nut In many places the underground water Is too flea trhe surface ndn must I be removed before a good road will Le possible This means that some form Pt sub dralnage must he resorted tol usually tile drains of clay or concrete r Water from whatever source must be gotten rid ot effectively for water- plus I clay or gumbo Invariably equals j summerand as water In freezing expands one eighth Its volume the road heaves out of shape apd when the Ice welts risiingundergroundsprings I In seepy and boggy places the sub j drainage In order toba fully effective should lower the water level to not lens than three feet below the I theyIMost failures In tile drainage can be attributed to carelessness In laying or too flat grade Tile less that 4 Inches In diameter should rarely be usti unless absolutely necessary In a very dense soil It Is always advisable to cover the tile to at a depth anll11orthe drains and to protect the outlet with a concrete bulkhead or catohbas- In which can always bC kept clean and the outlet free rrhe hind ot tilo to be use depends on local conditions Concrete tile It properly maile are tlUally as good all clay tile Which kind to use Is entirely a local question of dollars andI cents It concrete tile can be made mole cheaply than clay the can be had use concrete It not use clay the One great advantage or the concrete the Is that they can be easily made z by the local users at or near the place where they are to be placed so that thoJreIght charges arc dispensed with as well as the large breakage losses duo to handling Placed In the ground both are durable If concrete Is used great care should bo taken t- Qtseethllt Ii good grade of Portland cc went Iscselecfed and that the drama arepropely cQnstr d The impre3- edon l to sortie extent I thdt the disintegratesis erroneous A bulletin 1 now in course of pre iartlC1D 1ytheU1lted States Office of Public Roads telling how to make con cf drains This bulletin wm treat- the yubjeot fully explaining carefully i 0 t tie I II t I J h A lbmani3Baok- j Ras wehy acmes and pahi caused b7 displacement entihllIdarlrspotsfloating before tam eyes gnaw obearbigr 1 pelvicofganafaiatspellswlthgeneralwralno It any considerable number of the aQoo eymR ms ara present there Is no remedy l t wlo quicker relief or a more per ma ent than Dr Pierces Favorite Pr than record of over forty i years of c t s t t Oq potent- n I fI t fli i v o mown jealsclence t smade of e g ycerlc extractll or eatlve medtct nal roots found In our forests and con orhabltformlng attEvery ingredient entering Into Pa enII tlcemore valuable than any amount of- nonprofesslnnsi testimonIalsthough the utte are not lneliti having been con I trihuted voluhtrllr by grateful patlont ire numbers to exceed the endolffmlhl- given to any oticr medicine oxtllH fu the cure of womims Ills Lou cannot afford to accept any mooh me substlLutoforCOInOSITION eve though the dealer may make n little more profit thereby Your paramountto trytobuslIDr Pierces tleasant Pellets are the upbymuch imitated but never equaled Little sugarcoat lPanulcscasy to take III candy every point that may arise In asking drain pipes and culverts h It Cant Be Beat the Lest of all teachers Is experience C M Harden of Silver City North Carlollna says I find Elec tric Bitters does all thats claimed for It for Stomach Liver and Kidney trouble It cant be beat I have tried It and find It a most excellent medicine Mr Harden Is right Its the best of all medicines also for weakness lame back and all run down con malaIriagists 50c RI l ARABIAN PONY KNOWS THE PRESIDENTS Can Pick Out Their Pictures From Washington to Roosevelt Samuel Ii Hell a Readln druggist Is a love of horseflesh and one of hl uMst possessioons Is n pony IIrob1iy second to none In the country The things Gypsy Queen can do are pl most astounding She Is young In years ntlTalequahol1In 190G She weighs GOO pounds and Is 50 Inches tall She hang from a strain of horse hold sacred by IL certain tribe ot Indianshaving very peculiar mark n pureblood Arabian being beautiful snow white with a few fawn spots each of which has a margin of blue She has blue eyes showing decided gentleness Gypsy was Qrl1nally owned by a PAwnee Indian chief who present ed her to Nornlan J Bentley for aI great act of kindness and finally canna Into the hands of Druggist Hell after receiving an eight months education qt the hands of A J Wilson Here are some of her tricks Sac makes n bow to any audience holds the record for pony clearing solid hurdel 4 feet S Inches and makes a clearing from 18 to 22 feet on ground she walks on three legs pis If lame walks erect on hind feet jumps a five root fence drops as thought dead walk and down stops anal walks a Gadde- riThat Gypsy possesses n bright mind Is shown the facts that she Is able to add subtract multiply and ditde I spell any slnglesyllalJle word tell color select flags of the dlffereQt na i tloutl and select the portraits of our Presidents tor Washington to Roose I velt She goes to n cash register and gets correct cinange takes a dollar out of a bucketof water makes six statuary poses goes to the towel rack wipes her face and replaces the towel itld answers VYCS apdNo She has also been tunsht to piny- chlma and knows such familiar tunes I1S MOld Kentucky Home Houle Sweet Hoome and Nay Down Uli on the Swanee RiverLShe Is able to take II bottle and drink from itandwhen she sees II pistol she always evinces a desIre to grab It and tires it off taking care to point the pistol always skyward Enter SchOoI The welternICntu kYStAt or mal of 1Jr n gfters young- people desiring scholarship and pro lessionai training an unexcelled opportunity to the active duties of lIfe prepare JI Cherry Howling Green Ky for Infor- atiou j 7t2 I lrofJrrtt t t AJi HEARST RESi6NSl BY REQUEST I e Quits a Say Francisco Democratic Organization as aiMember WUllnm Randolph Hearst has given out the contentsot Idetter to the Iro- puois Club bf San Jranclsco a Democratic organization replying to the re quest of the club that he tendershis resignation as a member Mr Hearst says In his letter that hls both Picas ed and surprised to receive the letter from to Clubpleasel1 that ho has been asked to resign and surprise to learn that the club Is stIllln existence Mr Hearst onUnues Yolttmply that I am not a Demo crat and I strongly suspect that lain not according to Democratic standard oZ today You Imply further that you are Democrats and I cannot help wondering what kind or Democrats you think yon are Are you 1892 Democrats or 1896 Democrats or 1900 De mocrats of 1904 Democrats or are you 1908 Democrats Are you Cleveland- Dcmocrats I believing to tariff reform that we did not get the suppression I of labor unions that we did get Are yod Parlqr Democrats supporting the I trusts It they contribute and opposing- them It they dont Are you Bryant Democrats believing In free silver som times and government ownershlll sam times and In the InUative and refer endum sometime lC you are Bryan Democrats do you also believe In a Bryan platform that contains none of these things Friends and exbrothers of the Iroquois Club there Is no Democratic party There Is only a Bryan Wlrty and the followers of that party dont know when they go to bed at night what they will Co calla upon to believe when they wake In the morning And so I received your communi cation with pleasure and gratitude and so I withdraw from your club wIth pleasure and without the slightest har- feeling Good luck and God bless you and may you be able to keep up with your mule The Remedy that Dr Kings New Dlsc DoesIremedy that does the promise but fall to prtorm says Mrs E R Pierson of Auburn Centre PI It is curing the of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatment relieved only temporarily New Discovery Is doing me so much good that I feel confident Its continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me td perfect health This renowned cough and cold remedyi and throat and lung healer is solll at all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bot i tie free at T Eats Fifty Ears of Corn In the presence of Capt Ed Coppers as referee und witness David Benson seated In a chair before an improvised crlmlnaljCourtsears Who ears of corn which were served up to him boiling hot were of unusual length but the kernels were tender bUl1terChicago Inter Ocean Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contalus Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering It through the mucoug surfaces Such mI tidies should never be used except all prescriptions from reputable plIysicbu as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney CO Toledo 0 contains no mercury and Is taken laternaliy acting directly up on the blood and mucous surface of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It Is taken internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney i Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price 711e per bottle Take Halls IamilylPllla for constipation In A Family of Giants Throuh the discovery of three brothers of Richard Carter Maine Is nobi to ramu of 1SIprobably and 1s straight asan arrow his idiou- lderenrovcry broad his arms unusually Ielig and htii body la welt proportioned He hasnt an ounce of extra flesh as shown by the tllct that lie weighs pnly lYO pounds carterJs 57 years old ILLS hair Is dark brown Js over and only n few hairs arPto he seen In mustache ls who was a farI mer stood six feet three incites while Iis mother was Ilve feet ten inches a I livI1Ir- f aI4 O l 1th 1 Ills fourilyIti sisters are unusually I tall women The family origInally numbered 11 children inI1Swhere Lu wan in the employofalarge RunningI3 fared quite ri large weekly salary byI a local showman to be exhibited nsI reIhoJtwo or- dinaryI men On one occasion In a i lumber camp a man weighing more I I than 200 pounds and unusually strong forced n quarrel upon Carter who has always been of the most kindly dia- position and opposed to righting The bully made a rush at Carter when tho I latter seized him In his long sinewy arms threw him to the floor of the camp and then IUtlng him us If ho were a ch 4d hung hint up hy the seat of his trousers on a ouple of stout hooks that were at the end of chains hanging from the roof Best the World Affords It gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklens Arnica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hili X C I am convinced Its the best salve the world affords It cured u fellon on my thumb and It never falls to heal every sore burn or wound to which It Is applied 2 c nt all drug gists RI THE CHAMPIONSNAKE KILLERS Woman Catches Them With Her Bare Hands and Breaks Their BacksIMrs Emma Frye of Nashua has gained a reputation as a snake killer She killed as many as 10 large blacksnakes last week near her home on theI Dunstable roadIShe says the hates the reptile and delights In taking their lives She catches them by the neck and breaks their neck bone with ono twist ot herI lands There Is a spot on the land allJolnI Ing Mrs Freds homo which she calls her snake cemetery whme huo- dreds of snakes are burld The largest snake I killed this year said lts lro was a little more than eight feet long many of them were four and rive feet long Indeed the snakes In this locality seam to grow very large and there ore n great many of them here about So successful Is Jlrs Jrye In disposing of serpents that whenever any of the neighbors sight a nest of snakes they call upon her to tncle then and she Is known tLS U1 snake killer of Nashua Mrs Frye Is a little waupon and her nvlearance does not give one nn 1w- presxion of being n killer of snakes She was left a widow with several small children ulIII by hard work and much courage maintained thou nUll educated them to fill good posltlontlln I life She Is ono of the few women In Engand who declare they arc not afraid of anythingNashua X H Core Chicago Joulnal I Many sufferersfron nasal catarrh say they get splendid results by usingI In atomizer For their prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Ex edit that It Is liquid It Is In all reI spects like the healing helpful pl1ln1 ullayhtg Creaun Hahn that the pUhllcI hart bee II fltmllla with for years cocaine nor other dangerous drug In It thatrelievesincluding spraying tube or mailed by- lay IIros uG warren Street New York Conoelng as a Tonic There are few aquatic sports which women have ventured to enjoy hut of these there Is none nwro popular and canoelng1Not I IUI equaUc pastime but as an effective muslclesufdens will canoeing be recommended For square shoulders It Is not nearly I1S good as rowing hut tlw frail little craft needs n cool head and a steady hand to keep It from rolling over and overarowIngand less laborious sport than rowing and may be said to have the additional tncestlve to the vepturesoe spirit In the porsibillty or danger from an upset The best season of the year for cruIsing Is September Even drIfting demands sonic guidance that may re- qulro considerable Physical exertion and IIn activity wlleh the hot suinmer days of August or July would not per Septeinbeeout upon the stream at I not fear the Ills of excessive torridity I Walter Mayfield In Uncle Reamuss Tile Homo Magazine for SclltemberI tf A P3mtionrorAs slmllatlaFooctanditegulaQ1tghe5 Promotes f iti6nCheetful- nessandRStCoHlain7 neither norfinaalNorNA ALItSlMlIUIIfaR 1Wl tafWormsConwlsionsFewrish nessand Loss OF SLEEP FacSiile Signature or NEW YORK MllL EXACT ewOFSitAPPOP r IIASTORIAS for Infants and Children 1h Kind You Have Alway 1ghtr Bears t 0Signature of 111jEA For Over R Thirty Year- sCASToRIA r ll 0 r- TU 0UrYa SOYMR NEW YOll CITY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and Taylor rrotwood Magazine 150 TILE RiPUlJrrCAN and New Idea Womans Magazine I3 Address all orders to TIE REPUBLICAN tQ 29YEARS + bit i Of Hon st Business Reputation = is Back of Every KONt7MENTESOLD BY USifta- GEO nSCHEL SONS I 1 PROPRIGTOR8 = i4 Owesnboro Monumental Works E 112414 E Maid St Yard l 2IJ216216 Clay St = OWENSBORO KENTUCKY tt4 iii- t4 Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You = Money on All Good Honest Worlt 5r J ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED t Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our place We CUll suit the most particular man Come over to our place ust as soon as possible and we will certainly make it inter estiBg fin you without oven asking for your order We have the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up even without eaying a word to you about it because out samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean m dies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way 4 CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH Dont Forget the place THE PANTIORUMWilliAM ROBERTSON Prop t X Ali 1 w 1 Ys- T F F ht k M I J1 t- F c 1 1 f tcM1 f 1 I j 4 I r r Hartford RepuhlicatnrC- MBARNETT EDITOR t tEXOPK01JCS r Qumb rrlen0 40- aouCh a1r r4 FRIDAY SEroCIDEIR 4 REPUBLICAN TICKET For President HON WILLIuI II TAFT ot Ohio For Vice President r HON JAMES S SHERMIAN ot New York r For Member ot Congress Fourth Dist DR DAVID W GADDIE ot La Rue Count- yANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COmiTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce Judge W IJ Taylor a candidate for reelection to the pasltion of Judge ot Ohio County subject to the Republi can Primary election January 9th 1909 We are authorized to announce J U Wade of Fordsl1Ie a candidate for judge of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election Jatiunry 9 1909 tWe are authorized to announce Judge It R Wedding of Nest Hart ford precinct a candidate for Judge ot Ohio county subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 FOR CIRCUIT CORT CLERK We are authorized to announce E G llarrass a candidate for reelection to the office of Circuit Court Clerk ot Ohio County subject to the Repub lican Primary election January 9 1909 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce U G Ragland of Sulphur Springs pre cinct a candidate for County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 We are authorized to announce W S Tinsley a candidate for reelection to the position of County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Republican Prlmary election January 9 1909 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY- We are authorized to announce C E Smith of West Hartford precinct n candidate for County Attorney of Ohio County subject to time Republi can Primary election January 9 1909- We are authorized to announce S A Anderson of West Hartford pre clnct a candidate for County Attor ney of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 FOR SHERIFF e are authorized to announce J Thomas Allen of Rosine precinct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subJect to tile Republican Primary election January 9 1909- We are authorized to nnnounre T H Black of West Hartford precinct u candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject to the Republican Prlmary election January 9 1909 We are authorized to announce G A Ralph of Ralph precinct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County sub ject to the Itepublican Primary elec tion January 9 1909 We are authorized to announce S A thatcher of Point Pleasant pre clnct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio RepublicanPrimary We are authorized to announce T H Denton ot Centertown precinct a candtdnle fOr Siteritf of County subject to the Republican prlnmary election January JUI 1909 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce G Davis Royal a candidate for Assessor of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election January 9 1909 We are authorized to announce Ilarnard Fflllx a candidate for Assessor of Ohio county subject to the Republican primary election Janual9 1909 FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce Halley E Drown of Cool Springs precinct a candidate for County School Superintendent of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election Jan uary 9 1909 We arc authorlzcll to announCe Hen ry Leach of Cromwell lirechucta candidate for County School Superintend ent subject to tile Republican primary election January 9 J909 FOR JAIUER We are authrolzed to announce W M Flener a candidate for reelection for Jailer of Olio county subject to the action of the Republican primary election January I 1909- We are authorized to announce W P Midkitf of North Rockport precinct a candidate for Jailer of Ohio county subject to the Republican pri- maryelectlon January 9 1909 Well done Vermont Now let lfalne do likewIse a The vows from Vermont Is not very encouraging for Mr Bryan and Mr Kern It Is all naru ullarelltli to keep al rI r good man down asit le toke p al aooa al1lhlt pt A Ifavld D Hill le nolonger Demo mt + He has announced that he will upport Mr Bryan MIr Bryan Is standing by his reso bttion not to make any speeches Not than twelve or fifteen a day more Is gwlne back to Dixie Is Bald I Iitooset Springfield Illinois negroes just otlewversion In pre sentlng each other with I boquets of brimstone Politicians dont mind renomiinatingl- governor Hughes It they thought the imeople could be depended on to defeat him but there Is the rub Somehow that presidential candldat who Is In Jail does not appear to be getting as much free advertising as his status seems to call CorIThe Democratic mule has been hitch ed to Mr IIrans lawn mower The I Democratic party has been hitched up twelveiyears Texas now has six candidates for I governor In the field The state Is evidently getting tired of handing everything over to the Democrats on a silver air walterIcampaign lie whlcl has bee11 put In circulation to the effect that he had I said that 3100 per day was enough for a laboring man NextIMr Bryan has a new donkey which nobody can ride The old donkey which Mr Bryan has been riding for twelve years Is gentle enough for anybody to ride hasibeencause ire was elected twice Mr Bryan has been nominated the third time because he has been beaten twice The Democratic party started out In this campaign with n mild attack upon the tariff At the present rate this attack Is increasing they will demand absolute free trade before November I There Is only one way to deal with totthewas enough for a laboring man and that Is to pronounce It a lIeWII lIam H Taft The Tobacco trust made a hard fight on lion J Campbell CantrllUn his race for Democratic nomination for congress In the Seventh District but the tobacco growers stood by him and he won out In the comfy conventions last Saturday The Hartford Herald wants us to tell It who high In authority Is likely to call It down for Its contln ous harping on Mr Tatts religion The call Is likely to come from Mr Johnson Chairman of the Democratic State Campaign Committee The Hartford Herald Is disturbed be cause this paper sees fit to warn Republicans ot Ohio County against an unfair Primary election It might have teen better for the Democratic party it the Hartford Herald and oth er papers of Its stripe had educated democracy along these lines In the years gbno by You might then have been saved the disgrace and defeats following the Music Hull convention and the fraudulent State Primary dies tlon of J9M Yon might also toy bring It nearer home have been spar i ed the spectacle of the knock down and drag out County passconvention held by your party In the courthouse at Hartford lost year for time selection of I delegates to the Railroad commissioners convention The newspaper high or low which does not plead for hon esty inpolitics both within mid with out Its party Is not worth much to I the community In which It Is published This paper professes to belong to that class and Invites the Harteord- Hera1d I to join us In the good work i CAMPIGN LIE NAilEDIrrhe old campaign appearance and will likely remain with us during the rest of the presidential campaign He seems to have directed life first one at time Republican nomi nee Mr Taft Some Irresponsible per son tae sent out the report that some years ago Mr Taft In a public address In Cincinnati made time statement that one dollar a day and plenty of fat meat was enough for any laboring man Of Course such a charge Is ridiculous on Its face In the first place It will be difficult to conceive ot a condition orlIL subject upon whJch a public man lIke Judge Taft could be discoursing vclth would bring out such It remark In the next place IChe had made stir t statement before a large c1i ence hundreds and probably thous inds of affiddvits can be secured to jingt 0 i 1 Y and nodth bt would lieforceiltttodo mho Ott the otherJI1nd U then is ale he will be stronger Rithli the peopleIn Ohio county notwithstalt4ing this slnnder The HartCold1 Herald revamps this charge In its effor to Injure Judge Taft among the working- people to Ohio countynotwithstanding- Sundays Courier Journal published four days before the Iiartford Herald contained the following dispatch from Columbus Ohio from Its corresponlert giving an account 9t JudgeTafts speeches through Ohio last Saturday with the following reference to thIs matter THERE IS ONE BRIEF WAY TO DEAL WITH A STORY WHICH HAS HEEN CIRCULATED THAT I nAVE SAID THAT A DOLLAR A DAY WAS ENOUGH F R A LABORING MAN EJACULAtfED JUDGE TAFT IN THE MtIDAS1 OF HIS SPEECH ITS il LIt The speaker came down OIl both heels and hung on to the last word of this sentence with an emphatlctenacl ty which brought the severalhun1red men listeners to their feet with cheers A Sof E MeettaV Bearer Dam Ky Sept 1 1908 The A S of E met with Union local No 1312 In mass meeting August 29 trhe house was called to order by the Pres ident Robert Plumer In the absence ot the Secretary Joe C Rocker was appointed secretary pro tent There were four locals represented towlt Rob Roy Mr Pleasant Cooperil and Union Time following were appointed committee on resolutions Elvis San derur Silas Stevens WIlliam Hocker and Warren Taylor We had u very Interesting talk by C S Taylor sub jest influence and negligence lhe committee on resolutions reported the following which were unanimously adopted First Be Is resolved that all locals be requested to sign thetobacco pledge and send them In at once which have not done so and that buyers be re quested not to buy except through the A S of E finance Committee Second ne It resolved that we place a price on red top hay at 312 per ton and timothy 314 per ton and rtqust equity farmers to hold for same ROBERT PLUMLMER Pres JOE C ROCKER Secy pro tent FORDSYILLE Sept 2lrs Margie Smith visited friends and relatives at Dundee Mrs N Ii Smith of Owensboro visit ed her daughter Mrs Pearl Iiuff this week Miss Mantle Jones of Owen blro who has been visiting her brothers Dr Ellis Jones of Kilter Oklahoma and Dr Alva Jones of Morrett Moor the past three months Is now the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W R Jones Miss Jones report that 011 Fields arountj Keller Oklahoma are great sights Miss Edna Carter ot Narrows was the guests of Miss Annie Smnltlm Satur day night and attended an Ice cream supper Miss Antis Smith of Owensboro visited her parents Mr and Mrs John H Smith Candidates Galore MR w P MIDKIFF who aska the Republican party to nominate him for Jailer Is a cousin of former Jailer Oscar Midkiff and was born and reamed near llagnubut Is nt present living In North Rockport precinct Mr Mid IdCC stands high among those who known him and Is well quallCllll for th position lie seeks and If nominated would prove a winning candidate PROI HENRY LEACH whose announcement for time office of County School Superintendent appears In an other column has been a successful teacher In the public schools of the county for twenty years and no more competent man could be found for the position lIe Iii popoular and if given the nomination would prove a successful candidate JIR BERNARD FELIX who nn- nounces for the imositlon of Assessor of Ohio County Is a young farmer of sterling choratter and stands high is his community It gttin the nomina tion he will be and would prove an efficient officer MR WILLIut FLENER the pre sent efficient Jailor of Ohio County announces In this Issue as n candidate for renomlnatlon Mr Flener Is till- Ing anunexpired term and has made n splendid officer and Is one ofth9 very best citizens of the county It glen the nomination he will un doubtedly be elected N- MRP I llETOX of Centertowp rSherlCtknown Republican having served as Deputy Sheriff some years ago It nom1 mated 1e would prove h strong can = dilate and an efficient Sheriff MR a A IHtkTCHER ot Point Pleasant precinct also announces for Sheriff He Is at present one of the IjMartlnence Is thoroughly competent tor the lutles of the position HPalsi n Itejbleans 1 J r t JUDGE rAYLORf r1 ISSUES ADDRESS Calls Attention Jo ails Rdcord En ldorsementI ITo the ReIubllcans ot OlmioCounty i The Executive Committee has ex erclsed Its judgment and called apri SaturdaylJanuarj tilled at the November electJollor that year Four year ago at the earnest etollcitationof prominent Republicns- of the county I became a candidate for the office or County Judge and was later given the nomination In a delegated convention I had not seri ously thought of becoming a candidate unUI It was represented to me that I possibly I possessed some elements of strength which might weaken the Democratic nominee JUdge Miller In his own section ot the coun ty He had made two successful race for the position and the Republicans regarded him as the strongest man with whom they would have to con tend In the general election There fore It was with some hesitation CeelI Ing my inexperience as to the duties of the position and as a campaigner that I entered time contest The resultsi of that struggle are well known to Re- publicansI of Ohio County My major i ty was a little over seven hundred Coming Into the position without ex thetfiscal U11011Ime and to so discharge as to I merit the commendation of all time people ot time county feeling that In so doing I would also upon the party which had honored- me I may lmavo trade mistakes who I has not They have been mistakes of the head and not of the heart however Instead of finding the county out of debt as we had been lead to- believe from representations by our opponents during the campaign we found all Indebtedness of over 324000 00 with time roads and small bridges the county In a most deplorable con1111 Together with the most excel lent board of magistrates I have indebtednessland reestablishment of bridges and wash ed out levees That the indebtedness ot the county has been materially rev duced Is shown by financial statement recently Issued by Mr Barnett andI Mr Holbrook the rate a Republican and the other d Democrat During the three years of my administration the rainfall has been almost constant rendering road working out ot the i question until very recently That the roads became almost Impassable Is noI wonder but et the same time under a continuous down pour ot rain It was impossible to better the condl tlon However during the past few months more work has been done up on time rbds of Ohio County thanI for a number of years and they areI now In almost all Instances In class condition and with ncontlnuI ntlon of the good work under compe ablelltotrhere are many matters which I should like to mention but the length of this card will preclude During theI next few months I hope to meet many of you and talk with you personally but my official duties will prevent me from making as close a canvass as I would like to do without neglecting my obligations here I would Ilke a renomlnatlon at your hands and while I do not claim It as a matter or right yet I feel unI del the circumstances and In view of the precedents heretofore set In time county as to office It will bean Injustice to me to withhold It I would feel that my efforts to serve you and the people of the county how ever honest and sincere had been In vain and that you considered me un worthy of the endorsement which has been given to each County JUdge of Ohio County both Republican and Democratic for the past forty years Should my desires and ambition be gratitiedat your hands this time It will be the last time that I shall ever I ask for a nomination at the hands ot my party In County Respectfully W D TAYLOR SAIZETOWN Sept 2 4Ir Harrison Cmwe end Miss Dal9 Norman of near this place were quietly married at the residence of Rev G W Gordon of Pincheco Saturday evening Mr Growe is an IndustriouS young man and Miss lor ladyqtI1t J1J1Y anti prosperous life thefamilytf Sunday Mr WCDa gtberty was in ButlerI I- J + It Ir r oountyMondayar1d Tuee1ay f- iSeveral oubuit- ness trthis plate attended the base ibmall game at Flint Springs be tween theFlint Springs boys and Gra ham teams The District meeting of the A S otE Will meet here next Saturday Mr and Mrs ES Howard of Dal- nfleldfs Visiting here at tais writing 1Ir HarrIson Felts of Arkansas has been visiting relatives here for the past weektMr SA Jmtoher of Hartford candidate for Sheriff was In town to dayrWilsonAutry Mr Tho11OS Wilson and Mss Tish- ta were married Aug 22 1908 lit the brides home near Salem Roy H D Burcb ot rfedalund officiated at the ceremony which took place nt 4 oclock Immediately after bbe ceremony tbeiWlWY couple wIth a few friends repairedto the home or the groom where an elaborate supper and a large crowd of friends awaited them rhegrm Is o son ot oIl J R Wilson adn ISa very popularyout g man He has a large circle of friends In this community Time bride Is a daughter ot Mr Jon Autry and Is a very bright and beautiful young lady We congratulate eaoh of them on winning such a noble companion to sharq their joys and sorrows tlIrougb ute One Present Youll be lonesome if you stay away Bring your girl and come on boys Were looking for both of you at the Ohio County Pair BUFORD Sept ICharley Tichenor and Caml- Iy left today for their home In Rus sellville they have been vIsiting J D Holbrook and family toe latter part ot last week Miss Curtis of Hartford has n music class here she gives one lesson a week Mr W N Blair wife and little daughter Nellie Dayton ot lleaerDa Q visited ids parents Sunday Uncle Sam Lake went to Owensboro Friday and returned Sunday h I V Taylorinud fam Ilyattend- ed time Daviess County Chrlstlrn Sun day School Convention at Vhltesvllle Sundayt Mr Jim Garrett and wife of Ow ensboro visited relatives here Satnr day night and Sunday Airs Henry Field of Hartford Is 08 DISPENATORY it u tBescribes tile Prbfeltaal iagredlepta s Ce ell leI1I xa AreweclaimingtoomuohforPerunae when we cIamitto be an efective remedy forchronlooatarrh BAvewe abundant proofthat Pe11J1isfn real ity such a catarrh remedy Let nasee what the United Statee Ditpenatory says ofthe principaiing edients of Ferunn Take for instance the uenthydrastis canadensisor golden seal i The United StatesD naatory ofthishorbalrQmedythatitielargelyemployed J1ucousmembranes chio rhinitia nasal catarrh atonio dyspepsia catarrh of the stomach nhreJ ointeeu nil catarrh catarrhal jaundice ca tarr of the liver and Jii diseaaedImncotai membranes of organs It is also recommended forIthetreatment of various foists of dls- casca ptculfartG women Anothcritlgrcdientof Peruna cory calts formosa is in the United States Dispensatory aaatoJc So also is cutebs classed as a stomaoho and as- a tonic for the mneous membranes Cedron seeds is anotheringrecUent of reuna an excellent drug that baa been very largely overlooked by the medical profession for the put fifty jCara The seeds are to be found is very few drugstores The United States Dispensatory says of the action of cedron that it is used as a bitter tonic and in the treatment of dysentery and Ll intermittent diseases as a substitute for quinine Oil of copaiba another ingredient of Perona is classed by the United States Dispensatory as a mild stimulant and diuretic Itacts on the stomach and intestinal tract It acttt as a stimulant on the genitourinary membranes Useful in chronic cystitis chronic dysentery and diarrhea and some chronic diseases of the liver and kidneysSend UI for a free book of testimonials of what the people think of Peruna as a catarrh remedy The best evidence la the testimony of those who have tried it visiting Mrs Laura Magan this week I Mr John Petty amid Bennie Blair went to Owensboro Friday and return led Saturday Bennett Wells of Utica visited sister Mrs Oscar Turner a few days last week Mrs R C Hudson who has been quite sick Is much better DIr Ben Wigington Is also better FURNITURE iAs ilollse furnishers we are in a class to ourselves No concern in this part of Ken ucky carries the assortment of house furnishings we do We can furnish your home from cellar to garrett from kitchen to parlor We invite in we court comparison After seeing and comparing our showings if you are not fully con veryII neither adds tO Our detract from its real value values courteous f treatment end est business princ pIes are the mducements we ofrfor for your patfonage Ifthese are not sufficient please ca1hmd tell us what will the deft clency WE WANr YOl1RBUSINESSflx- E P BARNES BROS j Beaver Dami Ky i f 999926 99 99999 99999 b fkaI i IL t lL1au J i v r h ii L St- l v + r T V i t H f A WfHAVEAtLDflJS MoiIiERUT iJJJtOOY BROwtl t11tY1UturMrtnrurrSnMwnracnIGMai 6 t WE CARRY A ERICAN LADY CORSETS BE oUR PATRONS HAVE ToLD US THAT NOT ONLY GIVE THEM A GooD FORM BUT THAT THEY ARE COMFORTABLE AND LAST A A CORSET YOU KNOW is THE ONE THING WHICH MOST or ALL DETERMINES ONES APPEARANCE BECAUSE THE CORSET IS THE PLAN FOR THE BUILDING OF YOUR ATTIRE BEI GAREfUL THEN THE KIND OF CORSET YOU GET WE CAN RECOMMEND THE AMERICAN LADY CORSETS TO YOU WE SELL THESE CORSETS foR 50C AND 1 25 WE BE PLEASED To YOU SEE OUR CORSETS AND WEARABLES THAT Go WITH THEMRESPECTFULLY1 t I EALE Hartford Republican I lf FRIDAY SEPfFE1rBER 4 Ilinois Central Rail toad Tlrm Table North Hoiiint Won in HuuoN- 9132due4aSnm So 19Idua1191nin- No1Tdue1280p In No lin dne 2481111 No107dne48pm No tai dnpg2p ID Freuh Oysters at City Restaurant If It Is a Weudlng sun call on Car son Co i My Myl Those Steak and Fish Meals at City Restaurant are so good I City Restaurant is surely feeding the people and getting better all the time r If you are In need of a new Carpet Matting or Furniture call on Carson I Go Co Get your meals and lunches at City Restaurant during the Fair Everything firstclass Mr Raymer Tinsley son of County Clerk W S Tinsley is recovering f from a severe attack of malaria fever f There will be many extra and special attractions at County Fair this year The Lady Maccabees will have 8 call meeting at the Hive this after noon All membres are requested to attend 5 Mrs DrTAi B Riley returned last Sat urday from a few days visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J L Johnson Livermotetc j1J4ihe place to see things Something doing every at the Ohio County Fair i Messrs T H Denton S M Dexter rt GfD Heflln and Sylvester Barnes Centertown were among our callers yiifiterday a I MessrsR Rileyjbllcan and I YL Moseley Democrat have been r appointedelection for l then ensuing year Ata voftJaBt wek from a few weeks visit t Vr t6 khe formers parents at Union City JIi fIadi i Jfessrfl Allison Barnett Van Cra- bftree t Q W White arid Raymer Tins less are among the Co II boys who v 4kave been released from service r- eGently EI r 4M forfeited1oI florae ib the cowboys and jn I 4iati Tatthey l ceeiwtrideL I I M 17 y L d y L J v t J T 1 RESOLVED THAT BEEN INIt 7EfrS- oME l1ME oR LITTLE E MUL SAVE US 1015 oFWORRY BUYING THINGS AT PLAcE =WE CAN TRusT ECctOM- rv BUS7TR ATlutrscuw- a CAUsE THEY LoNG TIME ABOUT YoU 100 SHALL HAVE OTHER thetOhio minute commissioners 11cHT Typewriter Carbon can be had at this office Every taste and every purse finds satisfaction herb CARSON CO New Suits Now Hats New Shoes and new Neckties at Carson Go Cos City Restaurant will have every thing good to eat during the Fair For SaleA practically new Mogul logwagon A A Sheffield Hartford Ky ltfl Get your Ice Cream Pop Coca Cola etc during the Fair at City Restaur ant I will pay 15c for eggs until fur ther notice 7tf JAMBS LYONS Come to us when you want your heaping moneys worth CARSON CO Mrs S E Elgin of Hopklnsvllle Is In the city visiting the family of Rev Virgil Elgin Would llke to rent two furnished rooms for light house keeping Ad dress Box 375 Hartford Ky 2tf Jerome Allen7 Coroner Hartford R F D No 1 will answer phone at A J Carters Congordany hour Itf Be one of the crowd and dont misstjie many good things at the Fair When you attend thou fair next week come and let us fit you put in a brand new Suit Shoe and Hat- CARSON CO Come afldseethe great ar ray of Indians and cowboy at the Faironly two days We are paying 16c per dozen for I Eggs All other kinds of good coun try produce wanted at the highest prices tt SCHROADER CO Schroeters Floating Studio will not visit Hartford this year but Schroe ters now gallery will be ripen for bu Illness in time for hte Up stairs over The Hartford Republican Officer one door north of Griffins Drugstore People who remember the splendid music which the Can OhiqCountyWill know that thesame awaits them this year Ai a very large expense the Ohio Count Falrkas arranged with 14n nedya Wild West Show to give two dally exbiblttonson tae race track in front of the grand stand Thursday and Frldayt absolutely free it all its patrons y I c J Ii i tf I The Hartfordressng Parlor T ffifa autees all worl liForjHIjHlnzspure cldar vinegar call on US C r b 10 years old If It is choice fresh groceries you want go direct to U S Carsons J Ladles have your skirts pressed at the Hartford Pressing Parlor Price most reasonable Messrs C F Wallace Roslne per nnrd Felix east Hartford were among our callers Tuesday A ticket at the Hartford Pressing Parlor costs you 1 It is good for three suits cleaned and pressed or four suits pressed I Complete program of Wild West Show In large add In this paper See It Everything Is free to all who on ter grounds The grandest exhibition of Wild West life ever witnessed at the Fall Thursday and Friday Free to all patrons of the Fair Sheriff R B MartliTTetufned from Lexington yesterday where he had been to place his son Otto Martin In school at the State University Messrs W S Carter Centertown E Nt Smith Ceralvo and J B York of the Sulphur Springs neighborhood were among our callers Wednesday See the cowboys and Indians en gaged In battle in front of the grandstand at the Fair Most sensational and realistic exhibition ever soon in Ohio county Nineteen thrilling special acts by the Wild West show abso lutely free Complete program in large ad The cheapest plan to have your locthcs cleaned and pressed Is to buy ticket at tile Hartford Pressing Parlor and use it just as you want to at re duced ratesjThere la no reason why any man In Hartford should not go looking neat when he can get his clothes cleaned and pressed so neartly at the Hartford Pressing Elder ParlorIexcellent sermons church last Sunday Little Miss Elizabeth Davidson was received into the church and baptized in the nftcrneen Wanted Reliable energetic titan to sell luberlcating oils greases and paint in Ohio and adjacent counties Salary or commission Yours very truly STETSON OIL CO Cleveland Ohio o The Fair this year will be the biggest ever given in Ohio Coun ty Be sure to read the large gads in this issue Ladles Skirts pressed in the neat and pressed so neatly at the Hartford ut the Hartford Pressing Parlor Goods called for and delivered Tele phone ArtlutPetty at The Herald of fice Mr S A firatchcr has resigned ns deputy for Sheriff R B Martin so that he can devote his time to his canvass for Sheriff Mr A M Smith of Mc Henry has been appointed in his stead Mr Smlht Is one of the Countys best young Republicans and his appoint ment will meet the approval of everybody Mr Emory Schroeter will arrive in Hartford In a few days to establish a permanent gallery here He has been coining here for a number of years with the Floating Studio and his reputation for fine work is well es tabllshed He Is a young man of high character and will be a worthy addition to our townIA card from Mr E M Miller of Williams Mines received late Thurs day evening of last week brings us the Intelligence of a great revival that has been In progress at that place for three weeks resulting is seventy conversions and wonderful interest The meeting was conducted by Elder Cheek and pastor Horn The well Known and popu lar Cannellton Band has been employed and will make music for the Ohio County Fair which begins September 9 continuing fourdays At a meeting of the City Council Wednesday night an ordinance was adopted fixing a flro boundary for Hartford The City Attorney was directed to prepare an ordinance order ing sidewalks on Union street lowered to grade fixed by Engineer Wagen pad an adjourned session will be Held next Monday at 3 po m to consider Ito Tho first public meeting of the Home Department anil cradle roll of the Hartford Baptist Sunday School will meet at the Baptist church In Hartford next Sunday Sept 6th at 8 oclock p in Let every member It possible attend the first roll call Ooine aSking a blessing on our first meeting The genetadpt lic Is cordially inytted to attend Jilt ItOdERSSuptr fiYfiYlrlfr fI There will bo preaching nda thurch conference nt Liberty Methodist church next Saturday at 3 p m All members urged to bp present Preaching at usual time at 11 a m Sunday As it the last service this conference year it is holed there will be a good attendance Mr James Baltzoll died at the resi dence of Mr A D White last Monday after a lingering illness from stomach trouble He was married sev oral years ngol to Miss Florence White foster daughter of Mr and Mrs A D Willie who died soon after their marriage The funeral nnd interment took place at Liberty Thursday morning and was in charge of the local lodge of Red Men Marriage license last report N S HarrassTaylor Mlnesto Earny fctlno H Jones Taylor Mines Harri son Crone Select to Dale Norman Select W C Daugherty Balzetown to Gertie James llalzetown H J Heath Simmons to Dona E Orange Simmons J- t N Cox Simmons to Eva C Smith Select James Nanco Hart ford to Flossie D Woodward Hart ford W C Pierce Hoise Branch to Octavia A Basham Olaton Frank Rule Nelson Ky to Lockle Wilson Echols WftnessIedat next awardIedI WYSOXISept 3 part of the community on account of the dry weather Mr and Mrs John Knight spent Wednesday with her lII Misses Lizzie Bessie therIant Mrs Emma Ernst Greer Misses Blanche and Nola lJsl1MonaSundayMr Mrs Cliff Baggerlys baby Is real sick at this writing Miss Bessie Bryant returned Name with her uncle Ned where she Is go ing to spend the fall and attend sohool1 at Hartford Mr and Mrs Shelby Nelson spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Leo Nelson Mr Jim and Walter Peyton Mr JoJui Vaught and Mr Dave England took dinner with Mr Ice Nelson Sun dayMr R Y Davenport and Mr John Knight went to heaver Dam Tuesday Little Mss Nova Hill who has been real sick cf dlpthcria Is able to be I out again Mrs Iota stud Louisiana Kltdiens spent Monday evening with Mrs Ra DavenportI Is visiting at Kennedy visited their daughter Mrs Tom Wldlck Sit urday night and Sunday FAIR VIEW 2School at this place Is ISept nicely under the matuge of Miss Georgia Hoavrln IlIIont Ernest Dnaicl of Waxahaohlc who has been visiting his uncle Mf J R Wilson for sonic time returned homo Tuesday of last wnekHo was accompanied by his cousin Mr Herbert C Wilson Miss Eunice Wilson spent Monday night with her aunt Miss Ora Wil son Miss Maggie Wilson visited her friends Misses Eunice and Ethel IV 1 lard Sunday night EuniceIMiss Myrtle Brown Sudynu Mr Joe L Brownd and Mr Walter flyers visited Whlteaak school Friday afternoonMrs Acton Is visiting her daughters Mrs B F Atkinson and Mrs weo Louisville at this writingIMr Roscoe Acton who has been paralyzed In his left eye Is Improving Mr and Mrs Fonzo Woodman cfI Olaton visited Mrs Weedmans I eats Mr end lrsJ R Wilson last night I I M and Mrs C E Christian Cane Run visited Mrs Christians brother Mr C C White and family Tuesday WHIT SVllLE I Sept 2The Sunday School Con tention held at the Christian church on lastSunday was very largely at tended aid plenty dinner for all TOe party given by Misses Carrie and Lucy McCarty Saturday night was Ii pleasure tt all who attended Mr I B Ware and family were the guests of Mr Jim Ware Sunday Mrs JcBte Wheatly and Mrs Alma Moseley and children are visiting at Mr John Mosoleys at this writlrjg Miss Golda CecjC who has been vie Itlng relatives hero for the past week returned to her home near Hartford Monday Mr Henry W Ralph wfoo has been fisUing relatives In Missouri and Iowa j for tM past three weeksreturnad hem Tuesday I Miss Xcttlfe Ralph teas the guest of A i l fII J 1 f M 1fc i t Interesting tNews i- L nu + We have made special efforts tto get the latest styles and new= Jj + est patterns in Young Mens s6 Wearing Apparel and now have + for your inspection the famous 4 FRAT brand as good as the tbest and better than the rest 2 The Florsheim and Crossett e Shoes all sizes and lasts Cluett 4 Peabody Shirts in all the new shades shirt for and t = = = a style service = = =none better made A f + line of Neckwear especially de= 2 + signed for our particular trade 4 which cannot fail to please rPay us a visit and let us show i iyou our goods You owe it to 4 yourself to have the best things tfor the price We have them f tBarnard CoHARTFORD KY 4 tClothiers from Head 4 ttoFoot 4M4 4tz4 jeb3a333t3t3bwQo t3AQQQq A O AQ rb Q- QQQ b QWI i41Iq When you Come to i The Ohio County Fair 41 Pephaps you will want to buy 100 worth of sugar or 100 worthof coffee a can of lard or a barrel of = flour You may como for tIns more than any other 4j thing We all like to buy where wo can get the bt = best goods for the least money We send you a spe 6M 4 j cial invitation to come and examine our oodcom bit 2 pare our prices with our competitors quality con p- 4q sidered ard when you have done this we know you b j will be delighted by having found the best place in Et- I town to trade and we will be delighted by knowing b b 41 4 that wo have been able to give you better goods for oe b N less money than any one else Dont forget the placeI LYONS Hartford Ky i her sister Mrs C A Kelly on WedI nesdayIlIl1slKittinger mile of road rocked from hero to Okla homa aml the remainder will be rocked as soon as the rock sets acre V will be the only graveled road In tills end of the county Rain Is very badly needed here Some tobacco Is being cut duo to Its firingA I tracted meeting Is now In grog less at Providento and a number of the young folks are attending Hartford College bas Large Enrollment The former record of attendance of nonresident students at Hartford College is fully maintained in this years enrollment About 25 nonresident stu dents have enrolled to date 22 In the Collegiate department 1 In the Sub Collegiate department nnd 2In the Grammar department Many others will enter after the Ohio County Fair The prospects are that before Christ mas then onresident students will nnm ber 40 which Is as large as any one rollment within the last five years The outlook for the year Is very Clattering and Is much better than was ex peeled by the teachers frills can be accounted for only by the earnest faithful consclunclous efforts of teachers ami the appreciation of their work by a large number of loyal students who have gone forth to do faithful work in the rural schools Through the col umnca of the Republican Prof and Mrs i N Gray wish to express to form er students their hearty appreciation of the kind words spoken In behalf of Hartford which the old students have given to Hartford College Tho names of nonresidents wha nave matriculated up to date are Jeffle French Blanche French Clara Robert son Antha Park Vernle Easterday Effle Easterday Albert Buiighn Enos Mosloy Levi Colenmn Anasta ftotln Cyrus Patio Hollon Shown Devert Moseley Gilbert Bell Richard Ward Ney Rowan Lawrence Gary Elmer Al len Roy Bennett Andrew Bratcher Iva Howard Beatrice Haynes Tom Hnjuilton Ray Hatcher Leo Robert son Edward Barnes Gram Barnes Intermediate 40 Grammar 47 Sub CollegIate 32 Collegiate 64 L N GRAY Prea I SUMMARYOf PLATFORM ON WN sill REPUBLICANS ASK INDORSENENT The American farmers welfare IS as Important as that or wageoarilers or captallst The Republican party in the past twelye years has aided the farmer In agrIculture and In bringing to him the conveniences or rural life Free rural mall delivery now reaches millions or oUr citizens and we favor its extension until every community In the land recolves the full benefits of the postal service We recognized the social and economic advantages ot good country roads maintained more and more largely at public expense and less and less at the expense ot the abutting owners In this work we commend the growing practice ot state aid Nothing so clearly demonstrates the sound basis on which our com mercial Industrial and agricultural Interests are founded and the nefes- slty ot promoting the present continued welfare through the operation of Republican policies as the recent sate passage of the American people through a financial disturbance which It appearing In the midst of Demo cratic rule or the menace of It might have equaled the familiar Demo cratic panics of the vast We congratulate the people and hall with con ftdeiice the signs now manifest of a complete restoration ot buslnesss prosperity in all lines of trade commerce and manufacture The Republican party passed the Sherman antitrust law over Demo cratic opposition and enforced It after Democratic derellotlon But experience has shown that Its effectiveness can be strengthend and Its real objects better attained by such amendments as will give to the federal government greater superVision and control over and secure greater publicity In the mmanagement ot that class of corporations engaged In Inter state commerce having power and opportunity to effect monopolies The Republican party deslares unequivocally for a revision of the tariff by a special session ot congress Immediately following the Inauguretlon ot the next president In all tariff legislation the true prInciple ot protection Is best maintained by the Impositlon ot such duties as will equal the difference be tween the cost of production at home and abroad together with a reason able profit tQ Jmerican industries We favor the esabllshnetnt ot maximum and minimum rates the max Imum to be available to meet discriminations by foreign counties against American goods entering their markets and the minimum to represent the Another Republican policy which me normal measure ot protection at homust be ever maintained Is that of generous provision for those who have fought the countrys battles and for the yrldows and orphans ot those who have fallen The Republican party will uphold at all times the authority and Integri ty of the courts state and federal We believe however that the rule of procedure In the federal courts With respect to the Issuance of writ of injunction should be more accurately denned by statute and that no InjuncUon or temporary restraining order shUld be Issued without no tice except where Irreparable Injury would result from delay In which case a speedy hearing thereafter should be granted The Republican party pledges Its continued devotion to every cause that makes Jr safety and the betterment of conditions among railroad employers The Republican party recagnlzes the special needs of wageworkers generallY for their wellbeing means the wellbeing of all In the Interest of the great mineral Industries of our country we earn estly favor the establishment of a bureau ot mines and mIning We approve the enactment of the railroad rate law and the vigorous enforcement ot the statutes against rebates and discriminations We believe however that the interstate commerce law should be fur ther amended so as toglve railroads the right to make and publish traffic agreements subject to the approval ot the commission but maintaining always the principle of competition between naturally competing lines and avoiding the common control ot such lines by any means whatever We favor such legislation and supervision as will prevent the future overissue ot stock and bonds bY Interstate carriers We adhere to the Republican docterlae of encouragement to American shipping and urge such legislation as will revive the merchant marine prestige ot the country The many wise and progressive measures adopted at the recent session of congress have demonstrated the patriotic resolve ot Republican leader ship In the legislative department to keep step In the forward march to better gOTUrnment Notwithstanding the Indefensible illbusterlng ot a Democratic minority In the house of representatives during the last session many wholesome and progresSive laws were enacted Wo favor the establishment of n postal savings bank system for the convenience ot the people and the encouragement ot thrift The Republican party Is committed to the development ot a permanent currency system responding to our greater needs and the appointment ot the national monetary commission by the present congress which will Impartially investigate all proposed methods Insures the early realIzation of this purpose The Republican party has been for more than fifty years the consistent friend ot the American negro Wo declare once more and without reservation for the enforcement In letter and spirit of the thirteenth fourteenth and fifeenth amendments to the constitution which were dlslgned for the protection and advancement of the negro and we condemn all devices that have for their real aim his Ilisfrancbleement for reason ot color alone as unfair unAmerican and repugnant to the supreme law ot the land- We call the attention ot the American people to the fact that none of tho great measures here advocated by the Republican party could be en acted and nontot the steps here proposed could be taken under II Democratic administration or under one In which party responsibilIty Is divided The continuance ot present policies therefore absolutely reI quires the continuance In power of that party which believes In them and which lwssesses the capacity to put them Into operation THE SUN A PUZZLE We See Only the Outer Shells or the Great Blazing Orb The great ball of lire which we call the sun Is not really the sun No one has ever seen the sun A series of concentric shells envelops a nucleus ot which wu kuow pbselutely nothing ex cept that It must lIu almost infinitely hotter than the fiercest furnace and that It must amount to wore than nine tenths of the solar mass That nucleus Is the real sun forever hidden from us The outermost ot the enveloping shells Is about 5000 miles thick and Is called the chromosphere- It Is a gaseous Quid tinted with the scarlet glare ot hydrogen and so furl ously active that It spurts up Great tongues ot glowing gas vromlnellcesl to the height ot thousands ot tulles Tllllo vas when this agitated sea or crimson fire could bo seen to advantage offs during an eclipse Now special tn- 1Itruments are used which enable as tronomers to study it In the full glare of the sun- Beyond the chromosphere tar beyond the promInences even lies the nebulous pallid corona Visible only during the vanlshing moments of a tottll eclipse nggregating not moro than seven days InR century ro one has ever satisfactorily ox- platned boW the highly attenuated matter composing both the prowl nences and the corona Is supported unlderJ f t the effects ot light pressure D solution Is preseutcd- 1I0w difficult It Is to account for such delicate streamers us the prwl notices on the sun Is better compre hended when wo fully understand how relentlessly powerful Is the grip ot- I solar gravitation If the sum were It habitable globe and you could tranport yourself to Its surtace you would find yourself pulled tbatIthat you are an ordinary human being I Your clothing atone woulll weigh more than n hundred pounds Baseball f could be played In n solar drawing room for there woulll be some dl1l1- eulty In throwing a ball more than I thirty feet Tennis wood be degraded to a form ot outdoor plngpong I From these considerations It Is plain that gravitation on the sun would tend to prevent tpe formation ot any lam bent streamers and to pull down to Its surface masses ot any dzeDarpersM- agazine OLDLION How the Great Showman Turned His Death to Account i Among the features ot the pnrzldes- of the DaruUln circus there was for merly one that never failed to attract attention On the top ot one of the wild beast cages lay an enormous lion Ho was not confined In any way and nervous people watcbing till parade would shudder at the sight and conI r 4 N template the terriblo po5slbltityPef the lion springfng Into the midst of the crowd But the venernbld old klniotbeasts had reached the leonine dotage O anti stiffened muscles and blunted claws rendered him harmless le was I1S mUd ns Ii kitten and In the winter quarters where he was allowed to roam at will sometlme had to be pro tected from the onslaughts ot Irrever ent and I1Ischlevou puppies Ono nlg lt be wandered from the quarters In the course ot his travels ho chanced on a barn where a meek eyed cow was placidly chewing her cud A taint flicker of the slumbering jungle spirit stirred his pulse and with a crashing blow ot the huge fore- paw the cow was slain then lying down beside his victim ho went to sleep and drenmedot the time when he was a shaggy little whelp playing with his brothers under the bright suu ot his tarolr African home In the morning the owner ot the cOWr a stalwart female with the Irish kings In her veins entered the barn with milk pull In hand She was filled with wrath at the sight tbt met her gaze With a keen edged nx to her hand and grim determination inn her eye she tearlessly approached the sleep Ing lion and when the men sent out to search for him arrived he lay cold In death Darnum promptly paid for the dead cow and engaged to appear on exhibition the woman who In mortal combat had elaine The lionIThe oldest text ot a real treaty noW In existence Is that ot the convention between Rameses II king ot Egypt and the Prince of lbeta which em I bracts the articles of a permanent offensive I and defensive alliance with clauses providing for the extradition ot emigrants deserters criminals and skilled workmen This treaty was I drawn up In the fourteenth century D C and Is the earilest record tlon we have of any international thatI Her Uncooked Gown I Sass FluffiglrlIIss Newthought has gone the limit with her vegetarianism I Miss FurbelowFhy what Is her hit est Miss FlulUgirlShe actually refuses to wear anything but raw silk gowns nowNew York Press Time to Be Diplomatic I When n woman shows you the plc tune ot her baby remember that yon will get Into trouble nine times out often It you say exactly what you think Somerville Journal His Idea of Him DillDId you go to see that boy actor last night JillYes Did hI Jet n nand What he ought to got was a shlngleYonkers Stntesman- Pyramids i 4 The largest of the Mexican pyramids that of Cholula has a base measure went ot 1489 feet and u height of liS feet The Great pyramid of Egypt sometimes called the pyramid of Clue ops stands on a base each side or which was originally iG4 feet long but owing to the removal ot the coating It Is now only i4G net Its height tic cording to Wilkenson was originally 480 feet 0 Inches Its present height be- Ing 700 feetNew York American A TENDERFOOTS REVENGE r wily of New Mexico Town Had the Tables Turned on Him The average tenderfoot Is not a cow ard lIe simply lacks ranch experlI ence An illustration ot this curred down In New Mexico several years ago One day a pale looking thin and sickly young man alighted from the train and put up at the lit tie adobe hotel ot Bernal Springs The tenderfoot walked up to the bar and called for n bottle ot soda pop Talnt allowed to drink that sort o stuff out here said a toughy What you want Is n stiff drink o red liquor Mr Barkeeper set out the plson for this young feiler You have the best I of me replied tenderfoot and I1 have to drink tub stuff but I hope j the tlurfe may como when I can make you drink my choice of liquid The tenderfoot raised the glass and gulped down the whisky Sandyhad had his way about It and no effort to comprehend the vague remark ot the stranger The tenderfootleft for n ranch down the Pecos the next i day after the Incident In the swoon and he was forgotten until one niter I noon moro than a year afterward n- strong healthy looking young man rode up to the hotel on a lJroncho dropped the bridle reins upon the ground anti dismounted He had the- appearance ot a typical young man ot- i the range Ills face was bronzed and his ces clear 1 owe a fellow a debt which I believe I will pay right now the stranger said No sooner hall he made the remnrkIthan he walked ort In the Sandy who had his gun In his right hand and was firing It Into the air I every few steps The stranger lip I preached Sandy his gun mid I unceremonIously dragged the bully upl to the saloon and led him In thatfash ion up to the bar Oct me a llnDotI water and set It upon the floor IThestandIng there meekly wondering what was going to happen to him Now r get down on the floor and drink water out ot that pan liko a dog the former tenderfoot ordered Sandy at first rC SURE CURE For All Disease of STOMACH Lives KIDNEYS J a r 1yq r fnsefinytwncn tae strenger begaa- twlrtinglblo guntaround on his forefint gee and sald tho ordermuSt be obeyed the cowed fehlowimlimbored and lay down upon the floor and began drink lag water outottbo pan enverFleld and Farm WATERLOO The Immutability of the Famous Old Battlofield One ot the most striking features of- a visit to the battlefield ot Waterloo today Is the Immutability ot the entire scene In whIch one of the greatest bat ties or history took place NotwHh standing the many years that have passed sln09 the memorable day of June 18 1816 the egtire scene of the battle remain praetlcany uncnange and untouched and the very buildings around which the tide ot battle surged the fiercest save for the necessary restorations of the damage they sustain ed In the conflict remain exactly as they were nor has any encroachment of building or progress marred the his toric field The battlefield ot Waterloo Is an open undulating stretch ot good farm Ing land On the day of the battle the greater part of It was cOvcredt with crops ot rye wheat barley and oats and the sgmc crops are still grown there each season The field Is Intersected by two highroads branching at Mont St Jean the ono on the right leading to NIVelles while that on the left which lay In the center ot both armies led loutb to Ocnappe Char lerol and Namur Upon the crest or the ridgy which formed the first ot the allied positions a crossroad runs east and west This road on approaching the spot wherl the Ilon ot Waterloo now stands ran through a cut 1n the crest some twelve to fourteen feet deep and It was this point that yas known after the battle as the Hollow flood Some lj yards to the southeast of the Lion Is the farm ot La IIavc Snlnte while about 000 yards to the southwest stands Hougoumont the old chateau farmhouse outbulld Ings walled garden and orchard which played such nn Important part In the tate ot the day These buildings are nearly 800 years old and were built with n view to their defense us many old stone loopholes still to be found testify Robert Howard Russell In Metropolitan Slaggzine Insomnia Insomnia Is the not uncommon fate of the brain worler who after years of continuous mental strain retires from activo life The reason Is that mental activity demands a large supply ot blood for the brain anti the blood vessels gradually accommodate themselves 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heayeni and aoIgningt6 ioeach lfapro magnitude is one which 60 demands the quality of almost Infinite IiatleaceI Adams has already se cured photographic plates covering the whole of tho southern hemisphere and theb4wItithe series dealing wlUtfihe notthwu hemlspherewJUnulUoormore- tbI 1200 Each plate which Is fifteen Inches square records from 20000 To 230000 starry images and on a rough calculation the total number of stars photographed will prove to be about 23000000The of counting the stars on the plates has already been commenced and that work together with the cata loguing will take another ten years The method of counting the stars on the plates was explained by R J4 Mitchell Mr FranklinAdams chief Assistant First taking one of the plates snlfl Mr Mttchewe move it across a graduatedgrating contained In the fleldAjjf a high powered microscope A horizontal strip In the grating Is then examined and the stars In this small rirea are then counted from left to right Of course It Js impossible to Inv sure nbsolutQ accuracy for there Is the possibility that n star may pro counted twice or missed altogether Then there Is the difficulty present edby mechanical specks on the plates which may at first be taken for stars but Mr FranklinAdams has a method by means of which all stars above the tenth magnitude can be differentiated from dust specks Ir KrankllnAd nms and his assistants check one another In the counting but there Is nl ways n slight difference In the totals due of course to the personal equa tion as represented by the operator Merely to count the stars on an average plate apart from noting their photographic magnitude occupies the time of two men for more than a fort night If they work seven hours a day In taking the plates Mr FranklinAd ams used n triple achromatic ten Inch lens working at F4 In the northern hemisphere the minimum exposure was two hours twenty minutes and In the southern with Its clear atmosphere two hours London Mall An Ingenious Swindle oN arjfc number of chemists In Pnrl liave just been the victims of an In genlous swindle About 200 of them nnILion to be made up Among the Ingre dients was one which was quite nn known to theta and a note was adeJ to the effect that It was to bo obtains only nt n certain wholesale depot The chemists almost to a man sent off to the depot for the ppecjnl Ingredient and paid 12 francs for n bottle of stuff The prescriptions were duly made up but were never claimed and It now transpires that a couple of men had L temporarily hired the depot and sold r bottles of colored water to the unsus pecting chemists at 12 francs apiece The Paris police are anxiously inquir ing for them as well as for their con federates who visited the chemists shops Barrels of Money As the dot of his bride Grand pach oss Maria Paulownn of Russia 8COO OOO rubles have beeii deposlted to the credit of Prince Wilhelm of Sweden The money was shipped from St Petersburg In thirtyfive barrels each containing 100000 rubles In gold The Swedish royal mint will recast the gold Into Swedish values tree of charge and the young couplo will then he en abled tp establish their royal menage on a fitting scale While this sum In a tree gift of the bride to her husband the grand duchess retains the income from her landed estates In Russia Mr her own pin money and In addition to this the czar Is having built at his own expense a castle for the royal honeymooners near the capltnhArgonaut- Wonderful Surgery Among recent wonderful surgical op erations Is one of the most daring and unusual nature An Idiot six years old R the daughter of a resident of Berlin has been converted Into an Intelligent being by the process of grafting part of tho mothers thyroid gland upon the childs pancreas In more popular Ian jruage this means that part of the mothers throat has been transferred by the graftlng process to a gland or tissue lying directly at the back of the stomach The operation was carried out by Dr Carl Garre a German snr geon whose success In the transplant ing of organs from one animal fb an other and eVen from the lower nnl Ovals to human beings has attracted wide attention How Far We Are Behind fOver 1000 years ago Switzerland pos sessed a forest system and bad deIeloped n scientific forestry by the fifteenth century says the American Magazine As early as Louis XIV Franco awoke to tho tact that her for vests and her life were draining away together But It was too late Today she is spending t34an acre to reforest llerwntersheds The same experience Is lItlngItnly X20 an acre r Ambrose Channel cblp1llelleadlngtromNewyorkbayl mQStIUportant waterway to the city A 1JJnce improvement was started about seven rears ago more tban3 009000 has been spent bin It and ant j Sflnal Burn will be required before the work that to planned will be completed sedeWorkTaalC rf 2 L I i- il i I hi tV-v c t e t OJt It F I V IS Yf1V A HUMAN MACHINE ynr H luauIWhen Max Mulltr wail preparing his- edltionof tho RIgveda be had so the story goes an Illustration of the In coniposItorIn8000 sheets of print the author nat orally tripped i from time to time Whenever ho dldtrlptbere on his proof was the error queried in a care ful baud r Surely be thought some unknown scholar in theV university withkindlytlons for him Inquiry showed that this was not the fact The corrections were the corrections of the man who set up the type Did ills roan then know Sanskrit Muller asked Not a bit of It Use find wont enabled him to detect the errors as n hungry child scents a cooking dinner The discov cry originated through his arm rather than from any Intellectual doubt nud that arm was palsied This printer had sustained an noel dent leaving him with an arm partly paralyzed and as this made him slower with his setting his masters turned him on to Sanskrit with which be bad had no previous acquaintance Ill had to learn upward of 100 types for the work but he learned them and accua toured himself to the work Now many of the letters in Sanskrit cannot follow each other or If they do must be modified In writing Muller sometimes forgot these modifications hut proofMullerout the printer to ask him how he was able tb correct a language which he did not understand The cxplana tlon was remarkable You see sir my arm gets Into a regular swing from one compartment of types to another and there are movements that never occur So if I suddenly have to take up types which entail 11 new movement l feel It and put a query What n dogs life the nu sprung or Artemus Wards which Is the same thing would have caused that marvel ous human machine St James Ga zette THE BIRD CLOWN A Queer Kind of Fellow It the Yellow Breasted Chat The oddftlea of the yellow breasted chat beglri even with his classification To think of a warbler the size of a Baltimore oriole n warbler with n song like u mocking hard Indeed there Is little about the chat that Is not remarkable He goes in for the weird and the spectacular If Nature designed him to show what she could do In the way of the unusual and the eccentric she had remarkable success This bird and not the catbird Is the real clown of the woods Clown of tile thicket would be more apt for like the catbird he prefers tbo shrub mid lower trees A wild tangle of briers and vines Is n favorite haunt it Is only the better to survey such n retreat that he mounts to the top of u tree From his lofty perch he sings to the amazement and bewilderment of the person that hears the sung fur the first time More likely than not he will become Invisible and Hllcni upon the first attempt to approach him remaining quiet and hidden till you move on lignin then be chuckle loudly nnd scolds and spits nnd scoffs till you are out of sight and hearing No bird Is so fearful of being seen or such n master of hide and seek It Is worse than useless to try to steal a march on him lie manages to be nl ways on trio wrong side of the next bush If you should find his nest which is n pretty little basket of straws and weed stalks lined with fine grasses and strips of soft bark or leaves placed a foot or more above the ground among tall weeds or bushes the sitting bird steals away and Is nt once lost top sight Take a peep at the white red speckled eggs and then hide among the bushes ns far away from the nest as you can while still keeping It In sight You may have to wait for an hour and even make other tripsto the spot but this Is the surest way to get a good look at this shy oneSt Nich olas Triumph of Mind Victim of DelusionDoctor Im aw fully afraid Im going to have brain fever Doctor Pooh pooh my dear friend That Is all an Illusion of the senses There Is no such thing as fever You have no fever you have no brhtnno material substance upon which such a wholly Imaginary and supposititious thing asn fever could find any base of operation Victim Qh doctor what a load you have tak en front my from myi have a mind havent 1 doctor phlcago Tribune Pulling That Hair What makes me really mad said the woman is to spud minutes may be hours trying to get hold of n white hair which shows up on my head like a dazzling light yet which is tantalizing ly elusive when I try to catch It and then when I do finally separate It from the brown hair and give it a vigorous pull to find that 1 have snatched out a good brown hair after all and left the white one still shining New York Press A New One For Him The climate hero is salubrious Isnt It remarked the tourist- S friend replied the native Jest write that there word down fur me wmfyer 1 git tire cf awearlnV Itth1scllnillir In the game old way Chats nIewoneIPhiladelphia Press It Is n9ttheetrcpgth the dun rlou of Rtea sentImiltsthat makes jreni men 7FrlejIrlch Nletesche v 1 tc4 f I tU 0 79 It4 J r 2f e rj NIl ii I SNORT STORIES TEdward Tbompeonua watchman t PerthVAinbosy N T says a rat cowed cbvw9ttobaccojAt a USll1alikeddng at High laud Illrln aJparade through the streets the bride and groom were at tended by a band and seventy bridesmaids v For nearly five miles along the Bev erly Muss shore the land is owned exclusively by wealthy summer rest dents representing more than 100 000000 Harry E Elliott of Rchoboth Beach Dsl says he found in a houso burled by sand on the beach used sixty years ago for storing oil led in a good state of preservation In 1805 only one country In the world was Infected with the bubonic plague while In 1008 fiftyone eountrtps nrmore or less Infected so Surgeon Gen eral Wymnh reports A white robin nutialbino has made his homo on Salem Mass for this season The curlou bird has attracted much attention He has got so used to bird students fol lowing him that he now allows persons to got close to him Fly Catches Shecknrds given name is Samuel but be has always been known as James or Jimmy for soma reason never fully explained by the player Moxey Manuel the ambidextrous twirler drafted by the Chicago Amen cans from Now Orleans showed some real baseball class recently at St Lou Is where Manager Fielder Jones sent him into a breach unexpectedly The acquisition of Pitcher Charles Rhodes by the Cincinnati Nationals from Sf Louis recalls the fact that Pitcher Dusty Rhodes now of Clove land once wore n Cincinnati uniform George Stone of the St Louis Amer leans Is not only a great hitter a grand chap and an honest man but be can manipulate the turgid udder of the null ley cow harvest the esculent roast Ing car and make the industrious pota to bug get a hustle on In other words Stone is some pumpkins as a farmer Facts From France Southern France sent to Paris last year over 58000 tons of fruits and to foreign countries nearly 40000 tons Tho French have now prohibited the Importation of the dodder a leafless twining parasitic plant because of Its ravages It destroys hops peas and almost anything and It Is almost Im possible to eliminate it An author who was assisting at a rehearsal of his play In a small Paris theater ventured to make some rev marks on the performance The man ager had him turned out of the house and told him that he was not there to criticise The minister of fine arts In France has signed n decree authorizing tho ap pointment of women as attendants In tho public libraries and museums The women like the men candidates must pass nn examination which varies ac cording to the post applied for Flippant Flings The reason we dislike the end seat hog Is that we want his place Detroit News Mans conquest of the air has provid ed him with another element In which to have accidents Chicago News Paris Is thronged with Americans says a cablegram But othlng is said about the churches being crowded Rochester PostExpress One of the transatlantic lines has now put trained nurses on Ita ships Pretty soon no man of moderate means can afford even to be seasick while crossing the oceanKennebec Journal The fly Is being roundly abused for carrying microbes on its feet It real ly does seem that the fly might carry its germs In a gripsack or its overcoat pocket or somewhere besides its feet Washington Herald O A STOUT A Van theiha Rind You Haw Always Bouil- ltgllAture of THE VICTORIES OF PHYSICIANS Diseases of Olden Days are Now Rapidly Losing Tbelr Terrors Medical science Is moving In rapid strides One discovery after another is reported Within a week it is declared by physicians that a serum for the cure of cancer and one for the des traction of lockjaw germs are actiulsi tions to materKwmedlca The subjection of tetanus to medical skill has had its first successful test in PHtsburg Harry Gilbert a youth wounded by firecrackers on July 4 was taken to the West Penn Hospital a week later with an acute case The hospital surgeons did not think It pos sable for him to survive Yet they did not give up With Injections of anti toxin and magnesium sulphate the boy recovered Now he is strong and is running about as if nothing had ever happened to I1hot it cirtaln3wampy sectoni of the r t t tr4 11 tJr iy W e it 1 ++++ + H+ iiiiiitiiJiici THE KENTUCKYI Light and Power Co I 1Wlhll 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holds regular meetings Saturday bsfrj the first Sunday In each month F AaderlC1j RecSIday nights In each month Isaac Foster j ley Sachem J Ney Foster Chief of Records j Acme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets every second and fourth Monday night at 730 G B Likens N G 0111 Shultz Secretary OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers C 51 UAnXETT Pres Hartford Ky L N STATTS VicePres Trenton 111 10 D PAULEY Sec Treas Indiana polls OfficersIJ Pres Georgetown Ky S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky OfficersIS Beaver Dam Ky x- CAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky CASTORIAI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of The Safest and Quick- estI Way to Transfer Money 1 LONG DiSTANctTHEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Cumberland Tel X Tel Co ixcunronATXD j dI I a ty v t it l n I b itun nml Lct 1Hr t iy tv if t i i e I I f I r S ru n r 1Pf4Jt J IJ f l jL01 iI Cj KennedysWiidWet Show p c ar t I 4 Indian Congress Hippodrome andGrand RatingConjbinai y WILL GIVE TWO GRAND DAILY EXHIBITIONS F On Thursday and Friday SeptlOandll 7jdp r or oE A THE OHIO COUNTY FAIR These Exhibitions Will Be Absolutely FreepTo All Patrons of the Fair and Will Take Place in Front of the Grand Stand Exactly as Announced in Program Eltrcgraxnxne ref PArformaaocesNO 1 INDIANS ATTACK ON TilE EMIGRANT WAGON Reproducing the Mountain Meadow Massacre NO 2 COWBOYS AND INDIANS FIGHT OVER THE WATER HOLE Inthls oct you will see the horses fall as though they were shot and at the finish walk away on three legs malting It realistic and sensational NO 3 GRAND INDIAN POW WOW Ind1uns In their various dances War dance scalp dance and snalce dance NO 4 INDIAN ATTACK ON THE LONE SETTLERS CABIN Trailper Tom the lone settler who made his living by trapping and trading with the Indians rrhe Indians steal his property and ore shot after Whicit the entire tribe returns for revenge set fire to the cabin capture Tom and burn him to the stake and at the last minute Is rescued by the 6bwboysN06 INDIAN RACE ON IQNIESA THRILLING AND CHARACTERIS TIC SCENE NO G BRONCHO BUSTING AND BUCKING HORSE RIDING Oowlwys and RougaRlders rldlngWfJdDucklcg DIJnchoesIules andSteers We make a special feature of this act as we have some of the worst out lxwediborses In the world CIS well as the Wild Texas Steersond wo guarantee to ride tree of charge any Wild IerseMule or Steer that they will bring est ever offered people OhIo will remember long you shall live 29376 MAJORITYINVERMONT Barometer Indicates Safe Election for Taft teglslature Overwl lmlngly Re publican in Both- Branches The state of Yerlllont held an election last Tuesday for State officers and members of the General Assembly Coming as It does only a short time before the election and in the same year the elections In Ver- monthave always been regarded as al barometer for the rest of the country and when Vermont has given more than 20000 majority In the tlaL year It has been held to lpolcu NatlonlbutMean defeat In the nation It has only t gone blow that figure once In thirty 11wo yearsand that was the year 1892 it fell to 179iG last Tuesday It gave a majority between 29000 and 30000 for the Republican candidate for governor and the Legislature will stand Sen ateRepublicans 29 Denocrats II HouseRepublicans 210 Democrats 30 lndependerce League IL lIt there tis any lesson to be derived from these figuroa It port6D4aufe vh 1p ng tlctory for ln theL fI tr tAr I1 yA l coming November election It will boI noted front the list of pluralities given below that In 1904 the Republican plurality was 29615 to year of the I great Roosevelt land slide Follow are the pluralities given by Ver ling to the Republican State tickets Iin elections for thirty two years j Year j6 2372i11 26G0- 18S4 2186 1888 27169 1892 1S 6 3693 1900 2978 1904 0 j 2961 I90S 29376 HOPEWELl ISept 21Is and Mrs Henry Cuni mlns were the guests of G W Gordon from Friday until Sunday Mrs Polly Coleman Is attending the Institute at Greenville thIs week jIrs Willie Russell visited her sls brondaytt C G Taylor left for Sl Louis Monday Mr King having gone several days be tore Misses Lena Russell Willie Brow and Mr Ernest Brown attended tho protracted meeting at Paradso Sun dray Mr E R Williams took n load of wheat t Bcaver Dam Monday Mr John Wililanrs Rockport pent Sunday with AIr Llge Williams r CXOHIeanib the KInd9oe aIlAlwlJl it t1lll an A t I jj kj or iJii w c 7wwt ca + We have the best Cowboys selected from the best ranches In Oklahoma Texas and New Mexico and will forfeit 100 to any man that w1l bring any horse that these Cowboys cannot ride NO7 COWBOYS FUN Picking up small objects from the back ot a running horse NO8 LASSOING AND ROPING Cowboys lassoing each others horses catching horse by feet head eta Throwing half hitches spinning the rope In a circle etc- N0 9 RIDING A WILD TEXAS STEER Kennedys Rough Riders will ride a Wild Texas Steer This II one of the most exciting features ot our program for this Is the only show today that carries n Wild Bucking Steer NO 10 CHASE FOR A DIUDE A Western style of how the Cowboys settled a dispute when two or more boys were In love with ono girl The lady mounted on a fast pony would ride at break neck speed and the one that could catch her first and take her from her horse would win the brldoINO 11 CAPTURING AND HANGING A HORSTllIEF The supposed thief steals a horse Is pursued by the Coybos lassoed pulled Crom the horse drugged on the ground and hanged to a tree or a Illole NO 12 ROMAN CHARIoT RACE 1tuckTl1oroughI WONDERI onehalt mile with out rider or driver Her haltmile record Is 50 12 seconds She Is turned loose on the track starts and comes back by the tap of the bell A tea ture for any fair N0 14 SIXHORSE STANDING RACE Between two speedy threehorse teams each team being ridden by an athlete who stands with one toot on each outside horse and astride the I middle horse RACEiNO 16 HURDLE RACE Between two jockeys on thoroughbreal1s racing onehalf mile and jumping three hurdles from three to rIve feet high treat the of you as presidential presidential j SMALLHOUS Sept 1Dorn recently to Mr and Mrs Berry Bishop n fine boy this Is their first and Derry Is aU smiles Quite a crowd from this vicinity at tended the picnic at Contertown Satur day SunII Sunday were Messrs J H PuUterson- J R Hunter Chorales Overton S E Hunter Jess Klrtley Misses Oma bled dox and Ethel Hunter OWen Hunter tismrt to Halt Uford Saturday wm Nichols and fatally of 6Mr Carrollton are visiting Mr Oil pie KltUnger- Ir and Mrs O W Oyerhuls went to Central City recently and to Bethel to erect n monUlI8n t to theIr fathers grave qtr W MO9rhuls f Miss Altlm Addington le the guest of her sister Mrs Derry Bishop near Carrollton 1f Mr Jim Withrow wire and chll drn have gone to McCleun County with the Drowns to holdSancttied- Miss meeting Kate Ilawkizi who j teachlbg- here was a guest of her parents tit- iartford Saturday night and Sunday BARRETTS FERRY 1 11 Sept IFarmers Id this compumt qty ASeveralfnomneral or Raq Godsey whichdas Rt each= eel at Pleasript Grove Sunday Mr and Ms Will James and uttle son nddaug t + Lillie and Cgrtney- went to OwensboM Sunday t Mr rind Mrs James or sti yhur Spin elwas tlolgucsfri W 1 i fi Vf r j J f rt a K jt 11 ro 4 1L ir l Mrs Rowe Harrison SundayWand Pearl Davison was the guest ot Miss Comma Wedding Wednesday night Mrs Amanda Forman after several days visit to her parents of Sulpher Springs returned to her home Satur dayMr Mica Forman has gone to Har dlnsburg to attend the tar thIs week Mrs Rebecca Magan spent Sunday with Mrs Elizabeth Harrison Mr James D Wedding was the guest of his niece Mrs Ella Harrison of Narrows Sunday Mr Charlie Hair who has been very sick of appendicitis up again DIstrict Officers The I3artkrd Magisterial Sunday Sclipoi Convention DIstrictI at thebf E Church last Sunday af terawun The program was well car rlod out and the officers elected for the onsulnjfyoar are as follows Pres- fil Dr S D Taylor Vice Presi of Education Mrs ImDIle tiU SuperlntendentF j6t Vlsltatlon- D L Miller Sup rlnfendent ot Or- gan1mtIonC D Superinten dent ot Grades Mrs NF rofsingerzf da Qhio county inyjtedi and expected to attend the Ohio County Fait Four grettJdiys September 71 12U A fF IIn tf- Ny 1 jvflf Ii r lrrib l1- L y s 5 NO 17 LADY JOCKEY RACElOnthulf mil between Miss Cooke and Miss Kennedy Both of these ladles have laurels for their fast and reckless riding and the contest Is the best that cnn bo procured 1NO 18 FUNNY CLOWN ACT performanceRIDINGMMounting a d untng jumping completely over the horse and back I In the saddle hanging by the teet on the saddle horn and In the mostIreckless and daring manner Vaulting ort both sides picking up objects lIfonkeYlrllland J whUe the horse Is at full speed I IIliketo countysomethIng as South Secretalynndrr Chick eespecially COOL SPRINGS Sept 2Severat from here attende d the picnic near Rochester Saturday Irs Fnnnie Neal and children visit ltllIr SA Davenporta ot Rochester r Saturday night andSund y- Ilss rannlo Rogers is Visiting at Nelson this week Mr and lhs 0 E Scott and baby and Miss Ethel Rogers was the guest ot Mrs Una Dennis Sunday Mr Joe Rogers visited In Itutle- county r Saturday and Sunday Mrs Gertrude Wl1 on and Little Co rune Dennis are visiting Mrs Wilson at Beaver Dam this week Mr Fred Codpoi of Beater Dam Was the guesttMr T O Dear S Monday Mr Sam Keoivaof Fordsv1l1e alien FrlJlay night witlibfr MM Tate Airs Mary JiPo Shays Is on tbe sick tMastertho chills A Loving Tribute rfo a dea friend MikJeseHal I tplsjworltod Jess as tie warusual4 called by his pleasant smile and polite marine gained many friends IJ eeer b was knowL For tile p t ttvetyearsJ1Iiwlt his youngest othcrandjWOwed mothe- hate anad thlltb rlkomeiapd dare nag dill t e ha d da d beteenhimhnd anyon fIt fSDo- tIdown t But instead kind words have WQn for him life long friends and they skal 1 ever linger in there memory of tho who had theypisaeure to l4now him WM tN1te l f1 W i tfQ tr v r1 411 7E hOIDowell of Breckenridge county made his home with his mother leay I Htonwife Little did the writer think as he bade goad bye to the happy couple with wishes for a prosperous life In new home and an Invitation tar a return visit to their friends back In the old one that the farewell was tee last ton earth and that journey h Heavenward one It was with sadness and regret that arho sad news reached the liearta of those who knew him To tbe bben hearted motlterbroth r er qJld wife we extend our deep readytonal suptnotte comes and tarever begiitb him In that happy home on high Ono who loved him M F ALLEN DUNDEEAug this contmunl- ty are busy cutting tobacco sGeo Cummings who tae ben at the Gedeida pf hef fat1er at 13pring field rornedpme MondAy Da and Mfrllt Stewart and daughter MrsStewart u untilWednEsdayMr WSColooCHorse BrnnJwI the Buestof bye eon and daughter wr lIfr J Cole and MrS i Wst velIf from Friday tltSai rda bfr and Mrs OtB drown andeon y bfasEer f8helbp were the guests of 1Pi sister Mrs Kars Acton 8bntiay springswhohsel v 0 IrIt IIt cli f a Sy I or r I a e- ti v r j u rJ t o pi i J r i tj QII fffI I r Ji t III K QnedYS IIdd1 t est SbOW If Indian Congress Hippodrome and Grand Racing Combination WILL GIVE TWO GRAND DAILY EXHIBITIONS tu On Thursday and Friday Sept10 and llyIff I f EW ft r THE OHIO COUNTY FAIR These Exhibitions Will Be Absolutely FreeeTo All Patrons of the Fair and Will Take Place in Front of the Grand Stand Exactly as Announced in Program r JregraD1n1e cf Perfer an es 10 NO 1 INDIANS ATTACK ON TilE EMIGRANT WAGON Reproducing the Mountain Meadow Massacre N0 2 COWBOYS AND INDIANS FIGHT OVER THE WATER HOLE f Intthls act you will see the horses fall as though they were shot and nt thoi finish walk away on three legs making It realistic and sensational NO 3 GRAND INDIAN IOW WOW Indiana In their various dunces War dance scalp dance and snake dance NO 4 INDIAN ATTACK ON TIm LONE SETTLERS CABIN Trajiper Tom tho lone settler who made his living hy trapping and traIl ing with the Indians The Indians steal his property and are shot after which the entire trlhe returns for revenge net fire to the cabin capture Tom and hum him to the Htako and at the last minute Is rescued by tho Cowboys NO6 INDIAN RACE ON PONIES A THRILLING AND CHARACTERIS TIC SCHNE- NO C HRONCHO BUSTING AND BUCKING HORSE RIDING Cowboy and RoughRldera ridlngWlldBucklng BronchuesMules andSteers We make a special feature of this act as we have some of the worst out lawedhorses In the world UH well as the Wild Texas Stccrsand wo guaran I tee to ride free of charge nuy Wild HtreeMule or Steer that they will bring KentuckyThorough IllrelII The management Fair Company procured big treat its patrons very large expense Nothing ever been section of country Something new and thrilling in entirety Decidedly grand lIt est treat ever offered to people Ohio county something remember long as shall 29376 MAJORITY IN VERMONT Barometer Indicates Safe Election for Tart legislature Overwhelmingly Re in Qoili The Htato of Vermont held nu elec tion last Tuesday for Slate officers and of tho General Assembly Coming as it dotH only u short time the election and In the sanio year tho elections In Ver mont have always been regarded as u barometer for the rest of the country and when Vermont has given more than 20000 majority In the presides tlal year It hUh boon held to Indicutlj u Republican victory In tho Nation but when It fell below that figure It has been Jiold as an Indication of Repub lican dofeaLln the nation It has only i gone bulow that figure once In thirty two yoarsand that was the year 1892 It tell to 17936 last Tuesday It gave a majority between 29000 unit 30000 for the candidate for governor and the legislature will stand Sen ate 29 Denocratfl 1 House 210 Democrats 30 Indcpendeice League U lit there Is any lesson to lio derived from these figures it portenda an over lu Jmnl victory for the in the 9 coining November election It will be noted from the list of pluralities given Lelow that in 1901 tho Republican Plurality was 29015 to year of the great Roosevelt land slide Follow are the pluralities given by Ver to the Republican State tickets In elections for thirty two years i Year ISti 2373f- lSO 2GCO- 18S4 21850- 1SS8 27lia 189 17lIiiG ISgC 30931 HJflO 2978 1901 29CU1- DOS 2937C HOPEWELL Sept 2 Mr and Mrs Henry Cum mills were the guests of G W Gordon from Friday until SundaIMrs Coloman Is attending tile Institute at Greenville this week Jlrs Willie Russell visited her sis ter Mrs Maggie Graves Monday I Mrs Neva King end her Father C 0 Taylor loft for St Louis Monday lrltlng having gone several days be fore Misses Lena Russell Willie Brown and Mr Ernest Brown attended the protruded meeting at I aradso Sun tliay Mr E R Williams took a load of wheat to Betiver Dam Monday Mr John Williams Rockport Spent Sunday with Mr Llge Williams ca01 4 OXI X A Wi thi 1to Kind You Haw Ahnji Bought utUl VdDf Al Wo have the best Cowboys selected from the best ranches In Oklahoma Texas and New Mexico and will forfeit 100 to any man that will bring any horse that these Cowboys cannot ride NO 7 COWBOYS PUN Picking up small objects from the back of a running horse NO 8 LASSOING AND ROPING Cowboys lassoing each others horses catching horse by feet heal etc Throwing half hitches spinning the tope in a circle etc NO 0 RIDING A WILD TEXAS STEER Kennedys Rough Riders will ride a Wild Texas Steer This Is one of the most exciting features of our program for this Is the only show today that carries a Wild Bucking Steer NO 10 CHASE FOR A BRIDE A Western style of how the Cowboys settled a dispute when two or more boys were In love with one girl The lady mounted on a fast pony would ride nt break neck speed and the one that could catch her first and take her from her horse would win the brIdeINO 11 AND HANGING A HORSTnU J Tho supposed thief steals a horue Is pursued by tho Cowboys lassoed pulled from the horse drugged on the ground and hanged to a tree or a pole NO 12 ROMAN CHARIOT RACE One haIr mile dash between twofouriiorso teams of driven by lady und gentleman NO 13 GUIDELESS WONDER I The thoroughbred race more Queen Bess that runs onehalf mile with out rider or driver Her halfmile record Is 50 12 seconds She is turned loose on the track starts und comes back by the tap of the bell A fen ture for any fair NO 14 SIXHORSE STANDING RACE Between two speedy threehorte teams each team being ridden by an athlete who stands with one foot on each outside horse und astride the I middle horse I NO l1i HOURHORSE STANDING RACE IIhe same as above only using two horses each NO 1C HURDLE RACE Between two jockeys on thoroughbreads racing onehalf mile and jumping three hurdles from three to five feet high of in of members SMALLHOUS Sept 1Dorn recently to Mr and Mrs Berry Bishop a tine boy this Is their first and Berry Is all smiles Quito n from this vicinity at tended the picnic at Centertown Satui day Among thqse who went to the Sun day School Convention nt Cuntertowt Sunday were Messrs J H Fulkerson J R Hunter Charles Overtoil S E Hunter Jess Klrtloy Misses Oina Mod dox und Ethel Hunter Mr Owen Hunter went to Hart ford Saturday Mr Will Nichols und family ot South Cnrrollton are visiting Mr Op pie lint Mrs O W Overhuls went to Central City recently and to Beth el to erect a inonunjuiit to tiiel fathers grave Mr W M Ovcrhuls- Ml s Altha AUdlngton Is tho guest of her sister Mrs Berry Bishop neai South Carrollton Mr Jim Wlthrow wife and chtl- dren have gone to McCluuu County with the Browns to hold a SancUfloi- meeting t V 4 1I1ss Kate Js teachlnj here was n guest of her parents at Hartford Saturday night and Sunday I BARRETTS l Sept 1 Farmers lit this oomimin ty are needing rain very much J Several from hero attended tho fu heral of Ray Godsey whlchwns preach ed at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mr and MJrs Will James und little ton and daughter Lllllo and Cortney went to Owonsbbro Sunday Mr und Mrs James Magan of EU1 phur was tkoiguistioriIoJo i 11 0 lrtI r and Mrs Rqwe Harrison SundayI I Miss Pearl Davlson was the guest of Miss Comma Wedding Wednesday Amanda Forman after several days visit to bUr parents of Sulpher Sprliifca returned to her homo Satur lay Mr Anla Forman has gone to Bar dlnsburg to attend the fair this week Mrs Rebecca Magan spent Sunday with Mrs Elizabeth Harrison Mr James B Wedding was tbr1 guest of his niece Mrs Ella Harrison of Narrows Sunday Mr Charlie Hair who has been very sick appendicitis is up again District Officers The Hartford Magisterial District Sunday Sclijobl Convention was held at the M E Church last Sunday af ternoon The program was well car ried out and tho officers elected for Iho ensuing year are as follows Pres ident Dr S D Taylor Vice Presi dent C P Keown Secretary and r r MIss Marie Austin Super Intendent iat Education Mrs Ira D Dean Superintendent fit Visitation D L Miller Superintendent of Or ganization C D Chick dent of Grades Mrs NF Nofslnger i Everybody veveywhereJSand especially everybody in Ohio and Expected to attend the Ohio Fair i 1 Four great ays September t Ja 12uAI I k J fi- lt tI I NO 17 JjADY JOCKEY RACE OnbMiulf mil between Miss Cooke und Miss Kennedy Both of these ladles have laurels for their fast und reckless riding and tho contest Is the best that can be procured lNO 18 FUNNY CLOWN ACT By the worlds greatest clown with his over funny and laughable per formance A grcatv act for ladles and children NQ 19 FAJNCY AND TRICK RIDING iVMounting dismounting Jumping over tho home and back in the saddle hanging by the feet on the saddle horn und In the most reckless and daring manner Vaulting ort both sides picking up objects also doing backward pickup Introducing the Rough Rider Drill and finishing by standing on head and shoulders on tho horses neck all whllo the horse is at lull speed i the has this at a like it seen this its the you will as you live publican Branches before presidential Republican Republicans Republicans Republicans presidential Polly CAPTURING has the crowd Klttlngcr- Mr Hawklnswho FERRY Springs nightMrs Superinten Elementary county County completely for ling invited COOL SPRINGS 1 Sept 2 SeveraV from here attended the picnic near Rochester Saturday Airs Fonnle Neal and children visit ed Mr SA Davenports of Rochester Saturday night and Sunday Miss Mnnnle Rogers Is visiting at Nelson this week Mr and Mrs 0 E Scott and baby und Miss Ethel Rogers was the guest Mrs Una Dennis Sunday lOt Mr Joe Rogers visited In Butler Saturday and Sunday Mrs Gertrude Wilson and Little Co Iino Dennis are visiting lIr Emma Wilson at Denver Dam this week Mr Fred Cotfpor of DenVer Dam was tho guest vqf Mr T C Dennis Monday night Mr Sam KooWri of Fordsvllle spent I Friday night wUi MV M M Tate Mrs Mary Jjine ShaY Is on ibeI sick list Muster Percy Dunn Is having the chills A Lovln Tribute ffo a dear frlond Mr Jesse Hall 11worldtoJess as ho was called by his pleasant smile and polltemlnner gained many friends JvhQjeoyer he was y For thVfeast Tlveyearshe with u his youngest brother and Widowed mother have made this tbelr hbeapddur Jrif this time had apy U brds exist between hlm and anyone It fsnot Jcnown jBut instead kind words have won for him lifelong friends and they shall ever linger id tho memory of those who had the pleasure to know him An rrl 1 Mlt1N8IJi MJittit 1 l t lowell of Brcckenrldge county heimade his home with his mother leav ing here In MUrch and moving to cUt ton Mills the former homo of his vlfe Little did the writer think as ho bade good bye to the happy couple itnewturn visit to their friends back In thetold one that the farewell was the last on earth and that Journey a HeavenIward ono t It was with sadness and regret that tbo sad news reached the hearts of those who knew him To the bhen hearted mothorbroth iUld wife we extend aUf deep st Bympa y May we nil bo ready to greet that loved one when the tI- nal sumMons comes und for aver bo wjih him In that happy homeIon highTfy One who loved 0 M F ALLEN DUNDEE r Aug 31 Farmers In this cOl1munlIty are busy cutting tobacco Mrs Geo CummIngs who has been at the hodsldo of her father at Spring leld returned inprae Monday Pr and Mfca Stewart and daughter Hstereno were the guests of Mrs Stewarts father Mr F AV Plrtlej near Hartford from Sunday until Wednesday MV W a Cole of Horse Branh was tho guest of his son and daughter 1ofr J N Cole and frS iv WSt ensIrom Friday until Saturday Mr and Mrs GD Drown and son Master Shelby were the guests of SundayMrstho has been very lilfor sometime la lil j if 4 t Vl j tiJ mtrh f 1 S l