You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: n. Friday, October 16, 1908. The Hartford republican. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1908 hao1908101601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: n. Friday, October 16, 1908. The Hartford republican. Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r w y i V r t jc i Artforb itbltanAFine Job Work DEVOTED TOTIIE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE O1 01110 COUNTY Subscription i per Year VOL xxI HARTFORD OHI COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 16 190i NoI3 I WANT RATES ON i SUICIDE ADSj Does Strange woman in In quirer OfficeI She Hurriedly Departs but Leaves i Strange Letter From Alleged Suicide Last Tuesdays Owensboro Inquirer i i says A mysterious woman dressed In a brown tallormado suit and wearing I a dark hat with a dark veil came In i to the Inquirer office tills afternoon about 3 oclock antI handed the Inqutr or reporter a letter tofhlg or the sul- eido or Mrs Desmond Medeulf by tflkI Ing a dose of laUllauu The woman who brought trio letter Into the of rice seethed as Jr silo did not want to be questiotmed and us soon mss tile letter ilUll passed Into Uho reporters nand sac lIurrlellly left the office not to be seen any more rr1e women who is supposed to nave cont- nmltted suicide Is tine wife or Desmond- iiedcalf llnd lives lit 929 Trlpldtt street Toe letter was In a seaTod envelUlle and accompanied Jy a note which Is supposed to have been wrltum by un- otrler party but the question Is a puzzing ono us to witothor It was or was not as the note and letter seem t have been written by i the same hand The note reads WI follows I hA bride or one year passes away and Mrs Verda Medcalfr the wife of- Desmond I Mledrlf endede ler lire by suicide Time remains were sent to Rockport pad for burial She was devoutIt seems from womans husband httd left her and hall also left the city but that l the letter y was printed In the Inquirer that ho- A I would seo It and by tnat moans woiid learn t the death or his wife Time letter was as follows Owensboro Ky Oct nDenrcst-v Ihusband As Im tired or lying without you Imn going to end my me by taking a dose or laudanum and want you dear to not forget me As your I have caused It all I dtdnt want to do It but couldnt live whimoutyou 1- fQIIIe you sweetheart everything you ever did to me and want you to forgive toe too but not forget me and I hope your father Is satisfIed now Ia am out or the way but dear there will comea time some dpy that you will besorry hope you will got the ore you love now Iam gone andcnnt come back to beg you not to go uud leave me like I have done Woht bother you any more but dear please Sorr my sake be good mid mnaybo we- will meet by turd by Ih n place where we can stay together Im gone now so bYe bye dear amid sonetlmcs let your thought steal kindlyy over time past and think or mmdear as your best friend and heartbroken loving wife Dye byeir- Desmond VERDA TO DES r Medcalf the husband of- j tho woman wlio Is supposed to have J committed suicide left this city about u year ago and the report camne back that he bad ended hislifo by commitH tang sulcide lit LOuhi1Ic a letter to that effect having been received bye the Inquirer It was found to boo false and that Mledcalf was still living Some mystery surrounds the CafJ because Mrs Medialf bud nod contmll J ted suicide nt the hour the otter was I delivered to Uc Inquirer cTdme opinion prevails among those tLcquIifltpd with trio family that Mrs 1IedtIr hlLs1 not committed suicide nt all but ts evening up with her husband because or the suicide story he sent fiom Lou Isvlllo to tlro Owensboro papers It Is regarded us another net In n family quarrel Mrs MedcnSs liOme wall bat Rockport 1111 before her rain riase I The woman who brought the letter to the InQuirer orrIce nskgd the rates on suicide advertlsement6 wheat she entered Sho was referred to a rei sorter to whom tlbcllanded It loUer I t sizeicettldsay J 1 Gabriel Likens BloWs Ills Horn 9abrle 1titens blowe9 his trumpet atICentertown last Saturday evening dayfTho event was well noratedlover thei precinct for sevemfdoys previous to the above dato that there would bea jt srealdug and flag ratsUmg at town on tnt dato- In the evening about 3 oclocl crowd of about 50 gathered around tie nag pole about one thllll of this number wore women stud cl111dran and about one third were Republicans the Republicans atteudimig for mere curios ly and through sympathy the Demo stslsts not having enough present to smite the pole called oil tile Republican to help them lAter the flag raising WIlL Barnes was called on to address the people o te lashes of tile day Ho jumped in Inn old dilapidated wagon bed and said beIcmowdwondered when It was that he hud over entered Then G Fl Likens who Is noted for ibis failures ns n public speaker pro cceded to ten too crowd about our IInic tucy became disgusted after beIgiti scatter so to close Ir too Democrats dont gt up a mgteat deal mace enthusiasm ruin they goIm lids every arty occurrence to- Le q D hCaltl sty teat ttey arm gh- In tr suppstc Tuft It stands every Uel1uhllcl1n In lIanl1 to get In lire tans sill and do brs dUly towa d burying Democracy so deal tuatiIt wil never ngidn raise Its criIIed coren to 11e sunlight Cull te town organized a Tart dub Monday u gtt Almost tIle euUre precinct was ptuutt THE OHIO COUNTY TEACHERS MEET- I InStitute Conducted by Dr Willis Interesting Session and Pretty Girls Galore The regular annual meeting or the OJlo County Taichcrs Institute am- nwened In Court Hall Tuesday morn presidingIAaH ltd neg K N G now statlonetl- at Eddyvlllc aid waud have to larva for ltI post that lvtJnlllg Prof Own Shultz was elected ns chairman to preside during the remulmder of the Institute This Is a deserved honer well bl3bowel1 Dr John C WillIs President d the Lnhisvllle iltdversl- ty Jrulllvllle Ky Instructor and 311ss Msttye iloselr Secretary The session Tuesday ufiernunn was a very interesting amid Psofitable one The fallowing teachers hue heron enrolled I E Y Allen Arbye DJ1Own A E gills W R Carson Earl Smith Co lumbus Hing America Dell EilisSan- derfur Arthur Loyd Fred Whittlng shill J U Tolls Mile I7elden A V- Runyan Marie IJOulse Austill Mar mee shown Mruttye E Moseley Alta Mae Likens Dent Mao Wbdward C CJustus GN Cox S C TayL61 Ina- Ilammer 0 N Stoaurt Fred Shultz Oztma Shultz O WWallace Arthur Durdotte O LShultz George Montgomery Herman AAsUby yAlcx- R1onds P n Weatherford A P IlmE S Heward Isaac tTrlstlsn- Romda Wade R E TaytcrJessef- ord Frena King S C Taylor J TI- JlctIlatld 0 D Carson Ulo Dunn James Hamilton Owen AmbraeLui Lm Udktrr Mlunle oer1hlttsOtisiIdstteOafs Greer S P McKinney J tLPark 111rerrlsdt11ur Lucy Reck H T Leach R1 Fred Anderson 91rs U O Dnawu I Comma Duke Katie Hlwklps Fluudle Davis Vera Daniel Maude Sultz Iva t LlayL lr AnllleD Daniel Jessie Mae Rillef Anna Csrtes Leslie GroAr i W SctJtt AnibroseResti llerrymnnMat lye n Tlohenor Bessie rtOdEey O rda C Puqun Myrtle D Williams Blanche War Meter Eunice Rock ZumJ Talley Ella Voyles Sallle Cornaban 2mw Itcblnson CLra Ford Willie Clark Resit TUrner Gorda E Wilson Mfrs A Wedding J Carl Jackson A C Baughn J W Loyal William C Loyal J S Loyal Eva Taylor Mabel- Eastcrday Russell Walker JWI etty CICrowderiGeorg f bert Bessie rRalepRutr Hammns E iO LtJeiJ C1acntry OscnVIson j t 11 Op OF INTEREST TO OHIO COUNTY REPUBLICANS Executive Committee Meets And Issues Call for Primary And Makes Assessment a regular meeting or tw Rejmubli Icon Executive Conunitt e of OUI0- I county Itentucky iuld nt use Court- House III HurUord OcIo iituuy Kentucky Oil Saturday August 22 UfOS pt- tvus I ordered said Conuulta0 t tat u IfIIi cOlinIt5th 1908 butwCu Ute hours fir blx- III ta anti lour p m for or uomilumuion Republlmll I tio voted for nt tile clidldMesI election 1909 for tie fol vizIteprc4entntive Circuit Cotuc Cleric County Judge Oollllty Court Clerk County AtWlllIY Suel1ffCoun i ty Supulll1tudclIt uf comuntoascaools- I Jailer Coroner Surveyor Assessor und the t7cadldue retoiviug tre iiguI mist utunber or votes for tie ulnCl for i wimlep iw it n ltuiriJill1l suull he di clare tr0 Republican nomaimieo for a will office to bo voted for Ii too reg- auri Nuvemcbur election 1900 tint time party reprIIIJlell by wld ctutdidate or candidates is t1 Itepubcrul party amid snail he repruieuted or designated on the official lJlllot by the device UI I emblem f Log Cabin IAll tine legal electors who wlll ho uvemIberduct In tvblca Ite offers to vole III said prlumrY simoll bo eimtitled to vote In time Primary election of December itil 1908 provided however thnt each tJr said electors answer In time affirmative time olluwlug queSUOl vlz Will you vote for and support at the regular November election 1909 the candidates receiving time highest number of votes ill tills primary election and who shall be declared tIle no muluees of time Republienmi party for the offices therefore nllmeet The officers of the electfomi shall 111- 0Iioullil to each of tile electors offering to vote imt time said primary the above question WhlcJ must bJ nustvur ed yes bollle the elector Is permit t01 to rate Time prluumry election Called herein shall W held and curulucltl to Uw same iorni and nnuuior timid utmder the same requhenneuts ml provided bylaw for time holding of regular State oWcelror nay person or indirectly violate IIIIY or the provisions or tine eeetloa laws or tills i State In holdlllg or couhictlmig the primary election set out herein then i all persona tJIUS offending shall ho subject to all fines mid penalties In such cases made uud provided by time laws or tllll State It Is estluu + ted Brat the coat of holding tills prlnmary will he five hUll dred and eighty dollars 58000 anti that the following nnmounts be assessed ngalmst eachn or said offices viz- Represeatntlve 1000 ClIclllt Court Clerk 11000 County Court Clerk 11000 County Judge jquo County Attorney 6000 Sheriff 11O00 County SuperSntmdem of Common School 6000 Jailor 1000Assesser 2000 The amnPunts to each office 5111111 bo paid ltequal Proportion betweeu each 0 Ute clUullllates for tie respective offices witiclt SUIll stall be paid to the ScclEl1ryof toms Republican Exec lle Committee of this court mint Inter tnun twenty days next preeeed Ing time holding of suan prlnilIry exec don md mny candidate dosiriug tu submit hiS ntune to the voters In said Primary election shall not later J1fyCommittee of Olio Countyltte Choir mlll or the party holding said 1I1I 1 inn nY alec lion ja writing fir to fact 1 mftthe Is a caudttiate njd silo wIth I said notice n receipt from time Secre tary showllll that ho has paid the assessment charged ngalnFt him and upon complying with these conditions lie shall be declared to bo a cl1ndl date before said primary election and j shall have Juts name printed or1 the I official ballots for said primary Tlds Oct ber 10 1908nM S RAIQLAND 1I L1 HEAVRiN- CMIlARNETT I Itcsolyecthntlit Is the sense or Comilttee that fwe hold Clr and just Primary that wowlll render powerrt q to aid In prosecuting any person or persons who violate tile election lrrvs In too conduct or said primary h lUll- we urgrl a Con mollwlIlth AUollY and Juntr Attorney to do all Inl their power to secure ludietmnetun and prrofilCutionlil of uH vlolatloll of 1111 i ItIs futherorderad and dlrcttel1l that n primary election be held lei each of the ugllllerllll District of I Ohio county Kentucky on Saturday llOlIlSl1or andCmmstabto ho voted fur lit tlo regular Suvum j Ibcr election 1909 and tiafa prlmlll election for nominating caudilucs for Justice of the lcHe uud constable shall rulelandi Ing time Coumy primary Mr S RAGLAND JNO G ICIOWN Srcy Cii1uuI j Goes to the Penitentiary at Eightyone Years Irunkf rt iCy Oct DfotClllIg front dl1 age crud his ialr IIIClWY semiItuncedluck penitehtUar far four veall s far I tOIsJry was brought rgru today to hlJ gin ts marina Ho raked n ttmYCUI too gami on It Boyle couuy trnti baukIHet0 lie pnbnim Escaped From the Georgetown Jail I Georgetown ICy Oct 12The Jail WHich iwd Caleb Powers for fJ long has been to scone of six jtIllwsln ti u list week Four prisoners escaped the i havelheemaLast IIlgltt tyo prlsoners1frunm tine Fedomal prison nl Frtlmkfort hold for uraouspmiuing rl011l Iteeatidtt county mum brought hero for saflllolllng escaped froJiljt1h Georgetown Jail by prizing untodgit the willi UII tiie second tonr 11toabPI Ittslill tot tin mmmens wivcS- weir Ih toe city yesterminy but min us- cis since from tvltl0ttt Is tiaught pus hl PRESIDENT FIGURES I 306 VOTES FOR TAFT I HIs Guesses Heretofore Have Been nvarlablyI Ilc ldunt Roosevelt believes Tuft mimic Seernian will luwe 30It ulectuml votes foe lreildelit predicted just muter till not delegates to tine Chicago contJII I sirs wuro elected that Taft would have 700 delegates ilehadi02ICaUforllla 10 Connectettt 7- Delowmtte I I 11IIIOIs I Iowa 131 Ideno 31- 1lIl1a an 15 l1s 10 Maine C- Matssachusotts i- Miculgmut 4 8INewNew lmnps4lre 4 New Jersey12rOifo 231i Oregon 4Ii- iennsylvanla 14I South Dakota 4I Rhoda inland 41 lh 31- Vermollt 4 Vusnlllton i- VCft i VJlglnju VI elsln 11 VYmubmg I IIrotl11andhance to tile IlIJlh kjf but these t Staten rite not nchmamtt IlL UiO cll111i he If making to his friends President Roosevelt realizes that a tremendous tight Is being made on Gov lhighea In New York but ho be I llevcs if will pall justna the campaign which was uadeiagainet hln faied- n 1898 At that time the brewers liquor dealers and others hmtt an enormous fundtehldh they used to Oli aticnOI1111nee I GOOD RESULTS IN SHELBY COUNTY No Money For Floaters in the Democratic Party in Shelby CountyIA llallatch fans Silclhvllle Kr to ofIfactof stoney and whisky Is having In Uw- dell10cmtlc prlnmry contest for county offices In Shelby coumity I fast a primnary election cu be without dumnmlizlng effects of runI Iy and moue Is heluJ Sheby cuuuty tvrere the campaign ftsl row Oil for tliO DOllljrltlic II 11111 uittioui i electlrnmjwillcoutny la tini first big roomy to try Ue uu money nn ty Isky prhnory nor JlI stucre5s Is expo 0111 to hate afar remi log effect tIUfOUI t SIt 1 is ihe effort to purify iaiRtics It its rlill fury the prhimr trio Ste- by eon ty Demueiaur ldJlLl stunt I l1wd I a eaen 1fJdhwufj upmr ILI- hlfotlt of ill tlutlltllfe feu subskritcr rum oath binding ntuiself sue t use mon41 w tIt or IIurtIt of tduetil- flueute 110 0111 is iiis bens Ir nod i further to ht ho would not eonsiem- tmce mix friends IlnlllE Ill fur him nUll agrgotng not to rsIuiuburse t1111 if tw dIll It 18 also mild n provistou of the official chit for t o prlauhy- lititt toe sucesRftil Canlhiftiea fur tin vurious olfic11 must taks an oats tfut- rttey have not used tnoIley whisky- etc before a crtlflrlo of uomina lion Is glten rostdtslofmost snugulne expectations and lIlutI tI fort caudtdates IHVentltl10l1ebauched which became so notorious In pruvlous prhnarles As It Is they runIIIll1gest have nn equal ciumce with te- wealthiest candidates I The good results or time nee rule clsmllobserverylu Wilt Couo y Coto dmy mull toe lsst before toe pritaar y briuguig tel tulV- ute hugH lrutvtliii hs Itlattny lieu ufuie ti 0 labs ruurt day belie e a- lrtntarY cS Bern to biuie orIury- cahddau mud 1ultet to Wltll 111111 maid utlgvtt gr hetog genermtll 11- 0lst euaoe uud seized 111111 by toe hlJOdllwlw1 to inalto tir a St uu- shnagltt Oil tart hlllttIJ raudldes- ht time past null kmrtnnes hine bnl- Iald out tit barrels of elIeIIOlICfI1 lug booze paned to tw tpu Urs Oil tills Ilaeiul day luauy of this gemrry even smmldng dews alp time eaodldu us illClI4l1g J use runiiiiig for tHe stone office 1mte story ill mild ttult lit the last DouiemmrIc priniury an energetic hlomhllckll after SUrgius mime set oral cunlldatmtr fur a tpIIIiS vmlgom- iirad uf jugs of Eleetioll hOlZl started fur limue amid miller iearhiug the city limits renumbered tmut ill uud nvtm- loeked the llIl1hlales fur a ntlnor of flee lie drove bsclc lute tam rly- hamrd up six or to scroll lllclhhllfol mop uuuumged iu get a utr guloa atone from ellchIDespite Ue rtlw1dhllukltll crowd hare yesterday not a slugl0 Instance lUI11C to uw notice of the annmltteeof- n violation of tile rule or even a Indillatll treating a voter It was Ibe first tlllle III twenty years tloM- LWJ cIUl1l111te halt tio narvetoteppm Ia the streets or SimelbyvBle ou tile Imt court dry lteforc a iirlinaty huh l ntlugle with the voters wlloh luptmhity knowing Uy would mint be leldup- by those seeking ludloll11nls or hat log lIooenec for sae Candidates were utml observed entering saloons and adoptodirule was It Is be occupation of the bloodnmckur I is gone as fill liS Sl1lby county Is concerned I Fiscal Court Notes I Smio or the most intpottant orders Dade durIng Ohio County Fiscal Court St week Marl Itenfnow allowed 6750 interest on 1000 note Esq W S Dean and Esq J H Williams appointed II borrow iOOO and execute OhIO caunI tys DOte for same i T E l1utler appointed iii dammlttee i i r Ito confer WWI the Grayson county Fb I cal Court relative to building II bridge tlers Tough river at heights Falls to report at next term Mrs Domtby Barrass It at allowedI 350 interest on note held by them I Judge W D Taylor Esqrs D S Chamberlain and W S Dean appsoint ed as committee to investigato Il site or a ptolmcsed bridge across llough river at Harts Fbrd- Collnt Judge WDTalor empowered to draw warrants In favor of the several election officers for year 1908 Cal P Keown appointed la com mittee w settle with Sheriff U D Martin for er 1908 C M Barnett appointed to settle with AUIlilcr W B Taylor for year l10i Dr J A Duff elected as county phy slelan County Attorney E M VaaIward amid Sheriff R D Martin were ap pointed tiS a oltnmltlee to oovc toilet toent built liS well as snake other repairs out court house Esgrs W S Doan and J II Williams in opus court executed note or Ohio oaunty to heaver Dam Doposlt flank rvl 3000CO days at j per cent per aunuuu C M1 Growe amid enmity Attorney ft M Woodward appointed se committeemen to stake report on the rlnln del condition of Oalo county ns or January 1 1909 DATE FOR PRIMARY SET FOR DEG 5 Clunty Committee Takes Strong Position For Fair Election At til1 meeting of time Itepubhican Ohio counq lxtldvl couimnittee told at We courthouse last Snturdny which was attended by nil sac candidates for county offles upon their unanimous request time date of the primiuary- clectiotm was rhllllfpd from the 9th or- Tanuan 1909 to ncemher 5Ul 190S This was made possible by the change 11 the rules made hy the State Central Committee nt Louisville II few weeks ago time rule heretofore required that oil notuiuutiorms shonlt he made In the SIIllle camhoj year In whir tIll election tttcros phu0 Tuis will- be much better for the CJllllldatUil all tic tveetmcr is mint so likely to be bad Illld tvil4 give bettc11 ojipol unity for 01I and Inllllil voters to get to time pnles Till sohcomutlttee consistiug or r S itagland Ml L lImnI11I amid C M Itarnett reported mimics iortlme con duct or the primary whlcliwl1 ho found printed iii full in this Issue This conunittee was coutlnuol1 and with the allstu nee of time cllllllhlntlliI w1l1 select the olrcUo1 officers mend ar range for till drawiug of time candidates fm positlnmS ntr time ballot unit furmtsh necessary supplies to conduct the priuuuy oetllol1 The cunnnittee took strong positlun 021 the subject of mite use of money amid whisky fur tIll coruptien of voters in the priuumry amid lisoked the aid of- prosecuting atmoniey in tile onforceI- 11tJnt or time State statutes covering these luestiollS uadtei watchtue prl- h airy election will be held The following resolution was un- anlniously ndlll11ed u+ TllUllolI of C M Barnett uud ML L Hetwrlll Resolved that It Is the sense of- this tolill1ltte timl v0 hold a fair and just primar Hllll tin we will render nil assistumco wlnlll our power loaldt- at prorectming umiY peai9a or porsous who violate tee eleIOI laws In the conduct of sHill prlmor and we urge the COI1lIllIIleahh Atnrmiey and Coun- my Attorney to do nil ill their power to securo In dictnteuts and prosecutions of all violations or laid laws Upon the adoption of the abovo re- solutou CoUnty Atornoy E M- roodwnnl who tvag Prinseat os it men bur of tho commi tee stated publicly In most mhmpatic ermt that the stae law woad be iuforcod and iudlctmoutr returned abainst any porson who p oulll violate state primary election laws A strong organization Is be Ing effected in every precinct or the county to insure Inforroment of the nooo resoultomi The Itopublican party or Ohio county line taken I strong postiou upon this subject and Is abreast with thotimes and In accord with the National l nders- We run upon every Repubdepni in Ohio county who blIfJea Ilia clean primnary electoon to aid the officers of the law lit tile detection and puniah meat or anyone who shnll riohtte the ttbovo resolution r 4 FJ a L lo i SOME tOMPEICATED S Man MarrIeHIs Brothers Step Da uKbter and Becomes His own FatherInlaw A well1m own ww3ltthgtQn newspaper man married nls brothers stepdaughter thus his brother became his fathoriii law and his sisterInlaw his mothertnlaw The girls stepfather became her brotherInlawr- rhere Is much food for thought and a chance for mental col1opse In the effort to figure out mixed family relations complicated by unusual marriage One man Wlmam Harris of- Tltus1l1e Pa committed suicide be itcausoho was his own grandfather The man loft the following outobOgrHI1IY for the coroner II married a widow who had a Isgrownoften fell In love vita my stopdaugh- 1er and married her Thus my fatlu becniiie my sonInlaw and my stell daughter being LIY fathers wife became my stepIII other Soon after this dlstrttslng complication arose my wife lflpresentedwas my fattiers brotherInlaw and my oii uncle 81nc8 flu WIlS a brother of my stelllnotiltI My fathers wife also leoanie the motner of a bo He vow of course my brother an also ins tiidchtW fur tie was U son of my daughler Ao my wife was a gtiUIdmother I was my wifes Im11Jtllt rnl IIandhlld at once At I the lIinu time a rullbl1Id of a ie- d r sons srandmotco I 1 Jonous gran father I am my own grnnIfather A father and son involved titem bdselvoi1ieJat1onsllpdeny womon and t te fKtIier married her dlalllhtr A cl1d was born to oach coupe what rolatlwwftlp was one child to the other 1I96 3IiiniIo Utclln bough ot I1n- nerotn was tlnrrlpd to her uncle s broUlOr iileces brotherInlaw arIdI no one cver has been able to untar- gb the rohllonsblpIOne of the Governors of Missour I Clalrborn p Jackson married one after another rive sstrs VIien Cor the fifth time says Arthur lIerltlmer the Mli801llr b htorIan Jn kso n broached a martial iwoposltion to his futherInIllw the old man was SO and quite deaf This Is the celer8nItlon that IIlIsued- J wont 1lzzle- lIey I rant 3OUtO giVe meEIlz I both Oh yrni want mo t4 give you Elizabeth do you Vittlt fol- Ior my wIClIFor your I want to lnttrry 1lzI4II Oh yes I her you You needu t aroulc the lIolghborrood ell do you cOnsent Yos I COUIOllt said tIle old man as ho slowy shook his IItfUl- o1 I you can have her Youe got om all IIIJ lilY boy Hilt for goodness sake If anything happens t that girl dnnt come back hero and asic ale for tao ohl WOIIIIl Richard Ellworti tiC Sonorna S D a man of GO mlllried leiinle Itarret aged 20 At tin ItIIllIe time his son aged 30 yours IlwrlifHl the mother of Jenulo n fair cmrmr f II All four Ivod on adjoining unces nut Ihoro was a double wedding fho girl c 20 bucitrno the Slflftttljflllt of ncr own mothr iiitl Uo son is the fathurlnIsw of IsIS fllwrs wIre1I- arlon Colutty Ieadtt Ilows ThI- We Offer One Hundred FolIar He- wanl fOl any cab or clttarril that cnn not uo cured tJ3 halls Catarr Cur F J cIiIcEY CO toledo 0 Wo the undersigned lao kllOWII I J Cheiiey for tile last l years Inl1 believe him Il0rfOcty uOllomhlu In nil Iu8Ino18 trartsactIon and financial y able to oarry out LIllY OIL IPtJons mado hy hiF4 ClrmIWAImG KIXXAX MAItINV- hoIocalo Iruggist8 Toledo 0IlInls Catarrh Cure Is tlllwn In trnalIy nctliig directly Ullon tllo buoll and mUCOl1 surface ol the Ylltem To thnolllnis sent fr e Price The ye I bottle Sold by nl druggists Take hails ani11y Pills for COIIt1- Ilatioll Ill Same Curious Fish In New York I Aquariumc4mozig tie more curious of tbe f- lisiies received lately Itt tho aquarium flOIl1 UelluUIll was a sIppery dlcl The slippery dick Is only u little fish not mOle than five or six Inches long but It Is shnllely and remarkable for ItJ coloring- sIts head Is of a dark green In a solid color and Its body Is light green e and alt of that sliado whilo around the little fish just buck of its head runs a wtb1 defined hand of a lighter t color than either head oi body like a collar Another exhibit Is n threudfisli of caught outside of Sandy Hoolta u round thin bodied flail that has ex tending backward from tile upper and under edge of its body long slender th4adlIko laments This fish Is about six Inches in leigth and about the same In depth ot body A thread fish of this me that was In perfect conditIon would Janstreamlng back through the water ns It swam thllcads eighteen thebes Jo length The threads or this Specimen however have been bro un off so that the parts of them remaining are not moro than five or six Inches long Normally the filaments of the threadflsh are black for twotiIrds of Wt length the other third being white making them thus somewhat resemble the threads with bristle tips that the shoemaker uses For tIlls reason the throadtish Is aro sometimes called cobbler fish Another oddity herethis from Grnesend l3ay4s a rabbit fish 01 fish about eighteen Inches In length with a green fpper body mottled with dark brown and a slIvery white underbody whIch takes Its name from the shape of Jta head which Is like that of a rabbltNew York Sun II 1ForSore Foot I have found Jiucklens Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for sore feet as well as for healing burns sores cuts and all manner of abrasions writes Mr W Stone of Fast Polund Maine It Is the proper thing too for lilies Try It Sod under guarantee at all druggists 25c m ItilDry Weather Story IeTIlls Is taken from tile Ellznbntll town News of recent date A special from FrmkIort says The banner drought story was brought In to town by a renident of this county who owns a linemarril not fur from town lie iafd tie had no rain iUII his Illacc for many days and everything wus drying uti The grass was 0 dry It was Uke tinder On tile fan In the middle of II large lsture It IL load The voud is tilled with fine flak but tile water In the iond was gutting so low that the fish hardly ha room to swim The other day the grass caught tire and the whole field burned flho grass had grown tall and the heat form the nunes WWI Intense was especially hot around the pond lIt owner of the Vend says that after the fire lIe found that the water In the liond had boiled and cooled all Ui- fisri and lie has leaUdng on boiled fish for everaI days and has SUb llled all of his neigl- iborsCASTORIA For Infaut ani Children The Kind You Hare Always Bought EOaXSthO 6 f Do Snales hypnotize lzra Sriiith a Iockand townsnlp conIanimals Ills home is betweemi IordI Ill antI the Allegnmy rIver tue owner of a watch dog that Is a- crossOJ between a bulldog and II St Bernard and noted UtruugltOllt that see tlon fur its courage- Mr Smith pastures his cows bii4tf4tCO from the farmhouse someI Ijtthr11es through It tract of and uneven woodland Ou Thursday morning uccompolnied by This dog no aK driving his tatlle to tilt IH1stllreI- C field the dog a tIttle In advance nJ noted titmit the dug stolleell suddenlyi- txiii stiffened In every tauscie mill made as PrettY u lolnt us any llltit dog ever accomplished rte action was so unl1Kull that tao owner also EtOIIWditid watclld tee dog Tllen be cated him by uRine limit We animal inid no uttnuttoll to 111Smithojll hand and JIe iqbiIed On to see ylirtt ailed the dog Ahead or time dog coiled and ready to strike was IL large rattlesnake with only II few twJles intervening between time lose of the dog amid tile head or the snake Mr Smith is no amateur when It collies to dliug wiUt shmkiuis and before the reptile could bury Its fangs Inll the tiose of lib doS he had given It roll over We back with his cudgel killing It Instantly The Jog showed every Indication Itnt Its queer action lull been due to tjllJ JIuutlc Infueuce of tile rattler Uuihi the snake hall been killed Ii- uude no move but ns soon IlS this oc- currtJd the canine broke out Into pro use sweat and was lOp weal that It dropped Into a heap In It stnto of oimipioto collapse The dead snake was five feet long and carried thin teen rattles Mr Smith Is a nina oC veracity and ilts nad It wide experience with which nre remarkably nuni- rous In that section or Venango county lie baa no doubt that the peclar action of Ills dog was duo to he power cxercllsedoTer It by tile lelltlle and DOt us some profess to elieve due to the benumbing effects having been struck by the fangs ru heap so they will tJ3 Incorporated i CURT JETTS TRI6fiERI FIN6ER P4 VIAUII HARM I Worn by a Former Guard in tbe P nitentlary at Franktort KentucIy I Frankfort ICyOct 4Curt Jett s lilstol finger that singer which pull ed the trigger of therevolver with iiwhichTom Coekrlll and whisk caused othl era perhaPs to die Is now being worn as u watch cnuim by oneot the I men who used to be a guard In tIle LtpenitentiaryIs attracting a great deal or attention I to Ute owner but It Is kild that It Jett Is ever released from the prison by I any chance the finger will be cast away and not worn any louger I When Jett was first admitted to tlto- Ienltentlarr he was time real Wild I Dog of tile Mountiilns liS he had bleen caled when lie was free lie was hard to lmamidlo and WIII nlwaYIII In trouble being In solitary contineI ment repeatedly but after it while he tamed down timid Is now one of tho best and mOst rolhllIlIs omen In the I prison During toe days when he- neerIi him and would do They Jut him lit a macnine In one of the shop I and one morning Jett stuck his finI gel tile forefinger on his right liuimt I or his pistol ringer against it reolvI- Ius EOW and Jot wus thou minus- C n i finger lie wlli laid off until t wound healed Tao huger tiich iad done so mnuc- tito brlllS Kentucky into bad fautte lUll I whlcn I nil iilumul 11I11romhuI1t a ituu t In the war in Ilro3luitt wlteii hlllg- Jllmcs liurgls WitH In his printe Vn- imicked s I up and kept by the gnarthS i Down at the lth0hi tCY lmtve of all kinds lreltulieg tIe heart or IL Who was stabbed to death III 11111toestime to time hut tucy have not Curt I 11therewhat gee The guard did not know hut oil OJ of We couIcts statuiliuig by said It litis imeemi made Into I wuteI charm IIlId Is WOIII by ont of tb guards who used to he In the LaRue County Heral- dPhotographed 11rlbllII on Glass ofIFront Door I lJeCittUl Alit Octobr 2S Strongo case of yuiotogralimilag by 1J1ttelllllg- wulch took place sonic veeks ago tame just IJem discovered Ilt a lesl1- denc in Vest Now Ieuittur- IOn tu ufterllooll of Augtist lightening stiuelc II itouso in West Xow JItur killing S W loree IUIII badly shocking J11s wife Mr Gore e was stxuidlng In the door of his lions ut time time the flush came There tv- a large glllss In the front door wnelQ Goreo tVs stauidlmig It Iuzis just bon dlscoorcd that theme Is I lerfectI- lliollJgrllpll On tide gass The picture shows Mr and Mrs Gorel Goree s walchIIlIgMrs Grnteu IIIH lire as in tue act tlf sllakllg when tile flits 111 came lint killed her husband tlliS PlcUro on the glass 1I1i0 sows IL O1 I tlon of to frontynid two tlephoneI holes about lOt yards atvay a 110U50I niud n slllt of wod a qunrer aI mllo distant About Poultry As fL rule a womall makes a success JJf imultry culture becuulio sin is cllroCul watettitil muiil mindful OfI itli tile tlmall dttllllll1iw httj leals that InouIstock 11ick out tie POE lsyers The uto jUtit liS good for moaitlng plr- 11os tumid you eanhiot uufoid to pnni whit Eveui tile mOlloymaltorsI must hf kfJIt cltsnmeleen by tin enTrance of luro fresh air IInti tho- BCllrrhlllg stinsliluic Have the bous so Iranged U tit It liii open front during tee day tlmeIIn every Ilock turo will IIJ fonndI sonic ts UI501IL exIlJellPdo lint dump tim droppings qut on tile ground to Jeacit heir strength away mrter barrel up anti house fou fertilizIng some special crop or else J hut them at once on the general man In the mass when drawn to tho field Jbredthat and tlio other varieties to suit their theorizing fancies and tans the flock Is deg rientted Careful breeding has been crrieil on for years to bring out varieties useful for every known requirement No cross I so good 1s the iure breed In nil its purity An illustration that recently appeared In the comic page or a mnetropoli tan paper represented n fashionable city lady In the poultry yard of n farmhouse Crouched down In dose proximity to the lady WItS I farmers boy feeding a chicken tIhe lady looked cloeey It the chicken then Ilt tile boy when tile foliowluigeonversa- tioii ensued Miss Townsley Tom my sUPpose that chicken were to lay an egg what would you do with It Tommy Id sell It to II muse um That chicken It a rooster Farmers Homo Journal Grain to Biscuits In Twenty two MInutes From standing grttn In the field twentytwoIventing the raw man factured tmroduct at Waltsburg Wash 1 few days ago rhis Is said to beat the Previous record held byn fIn ntJllllolIs mill iy twentynino minutes Time Mlullepolll record was made sev icml years ago and might be Improved on nt this time but until the Miii nesota farmers begin using comnbliiei- huarveamers iuud oUmer uptodale mil ciiimmory UlCJt liS hts made tto Pacific west fmnous the record will re main on title fJld of the Rockey umloi- ttitaluusPortland OttgoIminn IAccordln to Tradition to have cutlet ed xnaruydon 01 to HJle been sJhl with time sword nl tee city of E1tIo pin Mnuk was dragged llrough the streets of Alexanllllu in Egypt till 1110 Luke expIred was i1lIISld uupoti IIn olive treo In Greece liohiii WJlS hut Into a cuidron of boiling oil at Rome but escaped death Ho afterward died a nntuml death 111 Epliesius In Asia Jnmes the Less was thrown from a IIJl1lllace or wing of tile tfJmllle and thou beaten to death with a fullers club 111Pllllllp was hanged up against It pillar at llleropois n city of Phr gla- 1Jartholomew was flayed nIle by the command of It barbarous kimg Andrew was bound to a cross whence lie preached unto tue people till ho expired Thomas was run through the body whit It Inure at Coiuummndel in the East Indies Judge was shot to death with or rows Simon the Zealot wmms vruciunied In PersIa ilarnabuts WIIS toned to death by Jews lit SulanlaClipped aStorae of Small Coin IhI Its SeJtember circular the Na City Hllnl of Now York says Somewhat contrary to expectations ttiero Is n1 early and strong demllll- ds tile treasury for slllall bIlls uar- tlcuularly one dollar slllr certificates Tile ability of the tlel1aIUnent to sup lly the latter Is about exhausted- Toeso certificates all onb bo Issued against free sIlver dollars held In tile gOllelal fund or In exeharigo for silver certificntes or tremurr notes of 1S90 iof the larger denominations Tao free hits fallen front tao beglnnlllg of August to 1tj5OOOI demandIably due In Part to the reviving rotnll- u trade lund croll moving and In part to trio fact that the silver dollar Is no longer ttiujmorted at the eXIJenfO of tilO government As express ChargeS average on tile whole 4 per 1000 taking shipments from tile mints at Phllullolllhiu tumid San Inmclscoat Imoth extremesInto consltlcratlon It is nyimarent that time certifIcates are likely henceforth to supplant In favor jho actual cola If not with that por lion of time public which has been ac eustomned to time use of coin at least with the bmuilcs which are reqllred to pay tnllsportutlon charges I NtOhIo County Court regular IOrders day Soptember 3 1U08 lIon Taylor County Judge imresid lug Ito appearing to the satisfaction of- il the Court that the FIscal Court of Onlo County by majority of the meni IIbers composing the same has here decided that Elections to ro Ulate the running of stock at large In Ohio county Kentucky shall be confined to the voting precincts In SUMMARY OF PLATFORM ON WHICH REPUBLICANS ASK INDORSENENT J The American farmers welfare IS as Important as that of wageearners or captalist Tile Republktin party In the put twelve years has aided bringing to him the convoflInces of ural the farmer In agriculture and In millions of our citizens and life Free rural mall delivery now reaches we favor Its extension until every community In the land receives the full benefits ot the postal service We recognized the social and economic advantages of good country roads maintained more and more largely at public expenst and less and less rut tie ttense of the abtittlng owners In this work we commend the g i ug IJractloo of state aid Nothing so clearly demonstrates the sound basis on which our commercial industrial and agricultural Interests are founded and the necessity of promoting the present continued welfare through the operation of Republican policies as the recent safe passage of the American people through a financial disturbance which It appearing In the piJdst of Demo cratic rule or the menace of It might have equaled the familiar Democratic panics of the past We congratulate the people and hail with con fidence the signs now manifest of a cOmplete restoration of 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 dereliction BUt experience has shown that Its effectiveness can bo strength end and Its real objects better attained by such amendments as will give to time federal government greater supervision and cOntrol over and secure greater publicity In tho mniauagement of that class of corporations engaged In Inter StAte commerce having power and oPPortunIty to cucct monopolies The Republican party deslares unequivocally for a revision of the tariff by a Special session of congress immediately following the unauguretion of 4 the next president In all tariff legislation the true principle of protection Is best maintained by the Imposition of such duties ns will equal the difference be tween the cost of production nt home and abroad together wIth It reasOn able prom to American Industries We favor the esablishmetat of maximum and minimum rates the max Imum to bo available to meet dlscrlmlnatlons by foreign countlef against American goods entering their markets and the minimum to represent the Another Republican policy which me ndrmai measure of protectIon at hOm5t be ever maintained Is that of generous provision for those who have fought the countrys battles and for the widows and orphans of those who have fallen Time Republican party will uphold at all times the authority and Integrity of the courts state and federal We believe however that the rule of procedure In the federal courts with respect to the Issuance of the wrIt of Injunction should bo more accurately defined by statute and that nO Injunction or temporary restraining order should 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 for safety and the betterment of conditions among railroad employerSThe party recognizes the special needs of wageworkers generally for their wellbelng means the wellbelng of all In the Interest of the great mineral Industries of our country we earn estly favor the establishment of a bureau of mines and mining We approve the enactment of the railroad rate law and the vigorousf enforcement of the statutes against rebates and discriminations We believe however that the IntQrstle commerce law should be further amended so as to give railroads the right to make and publish traffic agreements subject to the approval of the commission but maintaining always the prInciple of competition between naturally competing lines and avoiding the common control of such lineS by any means whatever We favor such legislation and supervision as will prevent the future overissue of stOCk and bonds by Interstate carriers We adhere to the Republican docterlne of encouragement to American shipping atid urge such legislation as will revive the merchant marine prestige of the country 1 The many wise and progressive measures adopted at the recent session of congress have demonstrated the patriotic resolve of Republican leader ship In the legislative department to keep step In the forward march to better government Notwithstanding the Indefensible tIlbusterlng of a Democratic minority In the house of representatives during the last SeS sion many wholesome and progressive laws were enacted We favor the establishment of a postal savings bank system for the cenvenience of the people and the encouragement or thrift The Republican party Is committed to the development of a permanent currency system respondIng to our greater needs and the appointment of 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 of the American negro We declare once more and without reservation for the enforcement In letter and spirIt of the thIrteenth fourteenth and meenth amendments to the constitution which were dlslgned for the poteotion and advance meat of time negro and wo condemn all devices that have for their realalm his disfranchisement for reason of color alone as unfair unAmerican and repugnant to the supreme law of the land We can tim attentIon of the American people to the filet that none of the great measures here advocated by the Republican party could be en acted and none of the Stops here proposed could bo taken under a Dem Isdividedquires the continuance In power of that party which believes In thorn and which losscstea the capacity to put them Into operation i said county and It further appearing that W H Reid and 27 other legal voters of Preritls Xo 30 voting pro diet and J M Taylor and 48 other legal voters of East Beaver Dam Xo 13 votIng precinct have tiled their several petitions herein praying an election to be held in their respec tto voting precuncis at the regular election November 3 1DOS for time imrposo of taking the sense of time legal voters In each of the said precinct upon the question whether or not cattle of any description shall be 11e- rmltted to run at largo In said precincts or any of them and It up penning that saId partltlonera hove deposited wtth thsi Court the sum or 1500 to defray the expenses of time election In each of ho iaid iwecincts It Is therefore ordered and adjudg ed that said question be submitted to the voters of said precincts at the regular election November 3 1908 and the officers of the regular election are directed to open a 11011 at each and llrecluctsthe purpoco of ascertaining the will of time legal yoter ineagh of the said llreclncls upon the question whtller- o not Umey shall Permit cattle of any description to run at largo In precinctsNotice 2Qdasheats four Issues of the Hartford Ro- pUbican a newspaper of general cor culatlon in said county The Oun- ty Clerk Is ordered to have printed on precinctsthening at large of cattle In Prentls and precinctOhioprecIncts on each ballot COPYAttest W S TINSLIhI 12t4 Clerk Ohio County Court 2fmFJfIL1IESOUM I Arzj OF TIlE COMMER6ML CATALOGUES sNio 1 I 5 4 4 I I C 4 peram i I I C SOME SPDI- D SU6liESTIONS From Professor Fisher National Health CommiSsioner I He Points to the Fact That Tuber i culosls Attacts Young Men and Women ft Oct 10Prof Irving eOno1mistr ternl1t1onal Tuberculosis Congress In I Washington declared that consumptloJ costs the people of tile United States i more than a billIon dollars n year Is preparing an exhaustive report for the National Conservation Commission which will contan not only these figures but similar date on the economic loss to the country from all other preventabe diseases Prof Fisher Is a member of the and 0111studies clans all over the country urging It to 4consider the bearing of public health on the economic efficiency of the nation In Its efforts to ascertain the resources of the country I The Commission from the beginning has contemplated reports on the economic aspects of several phases of the which affect llUjimantaken to prepare a statement of the whole subject of the relations ot public health to the get eral field of Conservation and es peciallY as to the waste from preventable diseases and unnecessary deaths Dr Fisher Is professor of political economy at Yale University and chairman of the Committee of one hun dred of the American Association for the Advancement of Science which has for a long time been carrying on propoganda for the increase of na tional health through the elimination of preventable diseases This Committee of ono hundred Is composed of physicians and men engaged In active sociological work In every part olhecountr and the results ot their investigations and experience are all nvaltable to Dr Fisher so that his report ought to be the most thorough going and complete summary of the situation ever made At the Tuberculosis Congress Prof Fisher declared that 138000 persons die of consumption every year the cost of medical attendance and the loss of earnings before death average at least 2400 he said while It to this Is added the money that might have been earned with health the total loss In each case Is about 8OitO He pointed out also that the disease usually attacks young men and women just at the time when they urn beginning to arn money and cuts oU their earning power for about three years on un evarage before they dieThis subject of the economic value to the country of a general raisIng of the average healtht came up In the Governors Conference at the White House In Muy IDr George M Kober In hIs speech on the Conservation of me and health by Improved Water Supply tit the Conference presented figures which showed that the de crease In the vital assets of the country through typhoid fever In n single year Is more than 3500000001 typhoid Is spread by polluted water largely so that tile death rate fruit this disease CUll be directly reduced by the purification of city drinking water Dr Kober quoted statistics to show that the Increased value of the wa ter to the oily ot Albany where tho typhoid fever ruto was reduced 304 In 100000 to 2G lIy an fromI filtration plaut amounts to a year of which 350000 may ho con sidered a real increase to the vital assets of the city Census Bureau fig urea show that the average annual death rate from typhoid In titles with contaminated water supplies was reduced from 694 per 100000 to 198 by the substitution pf pure supplies Dr Kober cited estimates showing that the average length of human tHo In the sixteenth century was between 18 and 20 years and that at tho close otthe elghtcenttri century it was n little more than 30 while to day It Is between 38 and 40lndeed the span ot me since 18Sb baa bee n lengthened about six pears Sjie Likes Good Things Mrs Chad E Smith of West Frank Un Maine says I like good things and have adopted Dr Kings New Ltfe Pills as otirfamily Jnxatlyo modtcintt because they are good and do theIr vork without ninldng a fuss about it These vainless purifiers sold at al- druggista25c I ra 7 4 Big Rattlers Fight Tu saOklaj October OSutferin g l front Ule bites Of poisonous diamond r c9lf That our Amerlcan rorests abound In plants which possess the most valuable medicinal virtues Is abundantly attested by scoreg ot the most eminent medical writers and teachers Even the untutored lndlans had discovered the usefulness of many natIve plants before the advent of thin white race This Information Imparted freely W tho whites led the latter to continue Investigations until today wo havo n rich assortnentof most valuablo American medicinal roots 4 O O- I Dr Pierce believes that our American for eats a IIn most valuable medicinal rooLs to the cu t most obstinate and fatal dis- eas 50 It we wo properly lnvestlgate thema- an I of this conviction ho- pol with pri thenlmnt monop- lntlfI rrtyhtv his 01 n Irllft fN- flcovervwht h has Droven Itself to hi the rtuu illrlrnt + tnateritnn liver- atnrL heart tirE ul t r nil cleanser knolln to medlcl srlenc blIstaor indigestion torpid llrer and even valvular and other affections of tho heart rIeld to Its curalivo action The reason wins It cures these and manr other affections la clearly shown In a little book of extracts from the standard medical works which Is mailed free to any address by Dr It V Pierce of Itufralo N Y to all sending roqucet for the same ya aNot loss marvelous in the unparalleled cures It la constantly making of woman many peculla affections weaknesses and disc rag der mentss Is Dr Fe orate reserlp to as Is amply PierceI tuo tbouUI sol tesUm trlbuted by slut pa who have been cured bylteLrataaha Icicle ranper a IrrJlIlarllle pmlar n JIn e- C s Th akri s Icer at on I uLus enc k n rn i erttonLO ell otter many other advertised me Iclnes and physicians had failed IBoth the shove mentionEd medicines are made UP from the irlcerlc extracts of natlve medicinal roots The processes em ploved In their manufacture were with VI Pierce and they are carried all by and with the CClnllrdcshrndmedletnes are cnUre aU other harmful hnhllformlna drugs A lull list ot their Ingredients Is Drtnted OD- cacti tJoulewrappcr rattlers with which ho fought for thojhldeousKiefer lies In tt Tulsa hospital In It precarious condition ills recovery Is doubtfulOn day of hlstight wltl the snakes ho was eating luucll at the noon hour near un oU tank on which ho was working when his attention was suddenly attracted lIy It hissing sound almost at his side lIe arose and turned around to find himself confronted by two huge rattlers In the attitude of springing on him Grabbing n piece of gas pipe he struck ore ot tile snakes and broke its lI ck This aroused other reptiles which came out from their hiding and Jordan found hiniselt In a den sfarmlng with huge rattlesnakes which attacked him A terrible scrimmage followed after which Jordon endeavored to go on foot to Kiefer a small town near by but on his way was slezed with convultions and lapsed Into unconsciousness For Sale We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and halt miles from SunnYdnIe direct ly on the Mt H E R R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supplY of freestone water 76 acres at Davidson Station on the Owensboro branch ot the I C R R 60 acres tine bottom land will grow 54 or SO bushele corn to acre 15 acres of rolling land very ferUle Two tine Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek Dwelling story and halt eight rooms new located south side Clay street Hartford Ky Prlco and terms reasonable BARNETT SMITII Agents COOL SPRINGS Oct GThe protracted meeting Is progressing nicely at Wysiox- lIIr Charlie Brown und daughters Misses Ethel and Minnie have return cd home after nn extended visit with relativesl happened to quite a palllCul accident by being thrown by u mule and breaking ale right arm recently iMlsEtiS Ulti and Llmna Dunn visited Misses Ethel and Mamie Rogers Sunday Mrs Mary Jane Shaver J Ii Den his Mir and Mrs Charlie Pullorson and children Mr and Mrs Wllio Stevens visited ClurenCe Dennis Sunday Mr Mnrvht Hines Is quite sick tMr Rigdon Dunn went to Roches ter Sunday Uncle Mathias Neal spent Monday with Mr C C Dennis Mr Clayborq Wilson Is having the chills Mrs Fnnnie Scott and Mlles wmle Rogers went to Beaver Dam Tuesday O4STOnXABears hI the Kind Yos ilala Always Bought Slguature YIof For Sale double sawmill rig Dremens make log carriage 341ft long two circular aaws one 62 Inches and one 66 inches in diameter Ono log turn one log hand lap pulieysy shafting and everythidg that It tales to makeup a first class rig If you want to- go Into the salt mill business come and see thissiwntilt lneforo buying Itla first class is gvcryparUcular I IiENPl10W DEAN Illt Dundee Ky 1 TWO YOUNfi MEN LOST IN A GAVEl Oil In Lantern Gives Out And They Lose Hope In Cave In Hart County Glasgow Ky Oct 3Qulte an excitement was created ut Lone Star a small v1luse lit Hart county yesterday caused lIy Wo young men Clivo Dodson and HI1Iy Moody becoming lost In n cave on the farm of Proctor Yeslnger The two young men were visiting at Charlie Hodges when they decided to explore the caw With lanterns they went Into tile cave shortly afternoon expecting to be gone mine two or three hours WlIen r- oclocle canto and they had not re turned Mr Iludges became uneasy about them mud vita lights started to look for them TIIIce miles III the- cae lie found tine two young men it J Is said lllcellng In Prayer Tacy were greatly excited and It was sonic time before they Were calm enough to take IL rational view of things They said that litter entering the cave they became very much Inter ested In the sIghts and cOntllletllly distanceIdlcament by their Intent sputterhtg and going out They tried to light the lantern and found to their and horror that It umazementI Then It was that tile awful gun to dawn on them that they were three mlles underground wits no light and tile thought ullnost paralyzt PlaceftheyIUon When found It was several minutes I before either could speak and when they realized they were rescued they I were overjoyed i The cave In which the men were pleasarcto the cave but both were strangers underIground Excellent Health AdvIceIIMrs M MI Davison ford Ave San Jose Cal worth of Electric Bitters all IL general b1l1outJ1ness prompted to say a word In Us favor for the benefit of those seeking relief frtam such aWctlons There Is morn health for the digestive organs to It bottle ot Electric Dttters than In any other remedy I know ot Sold under guarantee at all druggists Soc m NARROWS- Mr John Ragland ot Sulphur Springs Is attending the fall lit Owens bora visitledSunday Mrs Ruth Dean BelleBean and Ly da Bean attended tIle Methodist conference at Owensboro last week Rev F Mi Petty wife and sou Carlisle are visiting Mrs Pett8 moth er Mrs Amanda Park Mrs Ida Renfrow attended conference nt Owensboro lust week llsses Effie and Edith Duls were In Owensboro Sunday to hear Bls1111LJ Ifendrixs sermon air Jack Walker was In Fordsville Sunday Mr Sam Bennett wife and cone Curl tiled Manning are attending tie Owensboro Fall this week Mrs Odesa Allen of Select Is visiting her daughter Mrs Flewuor HH- dlson this week Mr Jess Ilensect and fsmlly wil- hnove to Sunnytlao this week About four oclpck this morning bat barn ot Mr Sldlloy Grant waD htirud tailing n loss of about 300 how t barn caught fire Is unlutowh MI- Grants tobacco patch WtlB destroyed Why James Loo Got Woll Everybody In Zanesvtle 0 knows Mrs Mnry Lee of rural route S She writes My husband Jnme8 Lee firmly believes lie owes his lire to the use of Dr Kings Now Discovery His lungs were so severely affected that consumption seemed inevitable when n friend recommended New Dis covory We tried It and its use has restored hhn to perfect health Dr Kings Discovery Is the King of throat and lung remedies For coughs and colds Ithas no equal One dose gives relict Try It Sold under guarantee I at all druggists SOc and 100 Trial bottle tree mat p Saying of Mrs Solomon Translated by Helen Rowund Hearken my daughter had give ear to my wisdom that thou muyes understand ujaulds goings acid its comings his staying out and his re turn In the morning his words of honey and his way ofgulle- Nal question me not rvhenco I Imvt learned ot min hfa sec ets Have I not Imow11 one man well And verily- a wonanne kow b ton roan In order to understand ill or them a1r pt liS a man may know nIl women and understand not ono ofthe11IFor mon arc witereot thou ncedcjtt but to discover I Yalellocknoa manI wurkothlbarkwurdlIe saith I hate loud perfumes I and II1ocefdoth to elmse IL lolO scent liS the hound the scent of till rabbit lIe mlstalwth a sweet odor for a I sweet disposition und asubtle sachet for u subtile mindIHe voweth like a discreet woman I tuul Invlteth the forward blonde ofi the chorus to supper- lie I declaretil I will not take an other drink Bad nuikeui directly fur the gilded cube lIe U1ultoroth unto Ifs wifE Lo I wlll go to the corner for a cigar and behold he wantdereth to ninny corners and returueth by a circular route Ill klssetl the woman siloht he not and avoideth her whomIlovelh lest his heart become In tangled Yen lw seelcti1 tine wrong WOIl1II1 that lie may forget his hearts desire Yet whichoter he marryeth ro 10- grctteth It un tile days of his life SelahMadlsonyill0 Journal Sheriffs SaJeITutu Commonwealth of Kentucky to the Snerift of Ohio county greeting I We connnand you that you expose to stile the estate of AUlllc IIIn 111 A Mudeti and W n Maalei towit A tract of land lying In Ohio county Ky and bounded as followS Bcgln- IIlng nt a wulte oak 01i the South basks of Halls creek about 2 puesI ofIsaidto a stone In the nelghboitood roadI and with saute N OS Y 19 poles and 10 links to a stone thence S Ti W 154 poles to n stone on Hough river tllelle up the same with its oleanders binding on low water stark to tile mouth of Hulls creek and up the same with its meanders to the beginning contnlnlng 211 acres lie tine same more conveyled10th ISOG which according to our commands you have taken Into your hands and which still remains lu your nands unsold llll you have cer tined to tile Judge of our Ohio Ci cult Court to satisfy tao Hither Manufacturing COUllltllI the aunt of oneI thousand nu hundred and twenty five dollars with Interest thereon nt the rate of six per ceutum per annum from the Util day of October 1900 until ptdd Also the sum of 9161 Which Iu tine some Court was adjud- geti to Plaintiff for its costs In Unit behalf expended whereof the Huber Manufacturing Cunrpanay hate recovered Execution ugalust the said Annie Maden II A Mader and W n lIla den by virtue of It judgment of We Ohio Circuit Court and that you have the said sums of maUl before the Judge of our said Court at the Court House In lfartfurd Ky nit November 14th next to satisfy tile said plaintiff Its debt Interest and cost aforesaid f und have then and there this writ Witness E G llatrtass Clerk of our said Court at the Court House aforesaid this 23rd day of Sept 108 find In tine year of the CommulI wealth Credited by iSO00 JU1O 27 190S Attest H G I3ARRASS Clerks by S L WOEIhNEft Dephey ClIt NOW TlIEltlJFORE I R IJ Martin Sheriff of Oalo county 0i one ut I lilY Ilettttfea will pursuant to the- liregolug Yendi exrore fur sale to toe i I Igbest and beat lIiddel lit tl Court 1JIIdayone oclocll p ntotertsts ot tlltftUlduu 1l lllt JdII ii A Made anti W It Mud11 lu and to tee foregoing lICllbtd trait or- Psrcel or land or so iittu tporiass nay ho uecssary to satisfy l410 ffa The Huoor Manutaenrag Cull1 pony debt inurrert sad c st Said de will be made 1I11I1 L t Itlrtreemotttns till pare aKr biig reI puireil to execute hood irnnnUiately utter IIfIle for te Ilnlllnt of to par chase price with good aid sufficient surety betirlug lateres trout date Witness my hand as fiiIOI1t of Ohio county thin 1st day of October liOS 13t3 R D MARTIN s o C u HLliII Not Been Elected Winstead Conn October 2John lirenan un aged recluse known as Jack of the Woods came tb town toduy for two purptHR he s= aid First was to learn wino the candidates are foil the Iresidency and second to got I winters supply of gin Ho had neverheard of Taft and whets Inform ed that Tlryauwatt the Democratic nominee for President he asked I tIrasnt he lICClrekcted yeti I 1 I C S IJI CaX ABean haTheKlad YOU fiat Always BoUWt- SIgnatUre tt tL CENTA1egea6tePrrpar lgdCIbotfaldIt gu ling Urc SIImldIs DI1dIJacls of ProtnofcsDigesfionl keiM ncss stContalnsnduu- OpiwuMnrphinc oodliacral NOT NARCOTIC BtpviaM1cIiTzJmmt j Adloatied rH- 5mSm 7krt- Alna ct forCln slipa lion Sour StomhDlarrt Worms Calvatsimis felU1- hncssandLossOF5rEER ncSm1e s rure or NEW YORK ASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theISignatureof Ir- OSe For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA yet ecsrue COIIPANT NEW von CITY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 12r THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek OwensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 15C THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and Now Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 129 YEARSi Of Honest Business Reputation is Back of Ev- eryMONUMENT SOLD BY USbittt Lk MISCHEL SONS it PRO PRIL I fIl 0bOwesnboro Monumental Works 61 412414 E Hnid St Yards 2t421e 2lM Clay St- a4 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY tip t 5 4c Get Our Prices and Ve Guarantee to Save You tb Money on All Good Honest Worh b wair v r aviw v+ n rQrwc wv vatid u ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your ehoico at our place We can suit the most particular manJ Como over to our plat ust n soon a3 possible and wo will certainly make it inter tlitillg fur you without even asking fur your order We have the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up even without saying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for tilemsolves We also clean Indies und gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way f CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH Dont forget the Place THE PANTIORUMWILLIAM ROBERTSON Pron- y t 1 Hartford Republican C M UARNETT EDITO 1 zrsarroxa3Ca- mberlasnQ 9O uouCh Zttar 3a- FRIDAl OCTOBER I6fREPUBLICAN TICKET For President nON WILLIAM n TAFT of Ohio I For Vice President lION JAMES S SIIEIUIAN of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dist flit DMID W GADDIE- of La Rue Coun- tyANNOUNCEMENTS FOR ItElItESENTATlVE- We are authorized to announce Esq W S Dean a candidate for Uellr- esentatle from Ohio county subject to the UUI1lbllrm primary election De cember 6 1908 FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce Judge W D Taylor a candidate Cor reelection to the position of Judge of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary u ection December Ii 1908 We are authorized to nnnounce J U Wade of Fordsville a candidate for Judge of Ohio County subject to the RelluIJllo1n Primary electluu Decembe 6 190S We are authorized to announce Judge R R Wedding of West Hart ford precinct a candidate for Judge of Ohio county sUbject to theHellub- lIcnn Primary eltctlon December 5 1908 d FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce E G Barrass a candidate for reelection to tire office of Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Itepub lean Prmmry election December 5 It 1908 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK a We are authorized to announce U G Ragland of Sulphur Springs pre clnct a candidate for County CourtM Clerk of Ohio County subject Republlcau Primary election Dtceat her 5 1908 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 Primary election Decem her 5 1908 the FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce C E Smith of West Hartford precinct a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio County subject to the Republi can PrlrJlltry election December 6 1908 but We are authorized to announce S A Anderson of West Hartford pre thneyRepublican Primary election Decent and her 6 1908 FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce T H lllack of West Hartford precinct u candidate for Sheriff of Ohio Coun G ty subject to the Republican Primnry election December 5 19US a brAdate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject the to the Republican Irfniary eke tlon December L 19US We are authorized to nnnounce A Bratcher of Point Pleasant preS duct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio mePllmarWe are authorized to announce Ta IJcanl1ldate0 subject to the Republican primary hear eectiot December u 1 JOSellFOR ASSESSOR o are authorized to announce G Davis Royala candidate for Assas otRepuLllcllnher 5 lOOSe vote 11o are authorized to announcew Derusrd Felix It raudldate IIItII tiOl of Ohio county sUbject to the Ite- publlcaa prinuuy ehetioh December 5 1905We are klltllorlllOO towriouuca r firs A Greer as u uc1hhte for Asspesor lelectIouFOIL SCHOOL SU1ERiNTEDGNT- Wo are authorized ley g Brown of Cool SllrlnJllllreclnctC a candidato Cor County School Superintendent of Ohio County subject to wi tire Republlcau PrilHhry lIectloJl December fi 190foWe are auUlollzecl to announce HenHI ry Leach of Cromwell dldate for County School SlIllorlntencll eat subject to the Itepnblicmt prima ry election December fi J908 tees lea FOR JAIIJI RtnWe are nuthrolzec1 to announce W bL Fierier u cuulldato for reelection for Jailor of Ohio county subject to the action of the Republican primary ter December 6 1908wiWe are authorized to announce W Suclnctsubject to tine Republican pri tumaryFOR CORONI7Rful We are authorized to announce Dan leI King a candidate for Coroner of cal OhIo countysubjectlo the Republican onprimary FOR MAOISTRMIE We are uuthorized to announce John blaglstralno ii f Ohio County subject to the ROllubll Jill PrimAry election December 6 1908 Wenro nuttorlzld tol AUuounot- nc1 mk of Arnold ns It eandhlat- or the office of bhgittrntq In tle Cromwell Magisterial District rubjec to the RepuUllcnt prlutary fe icton- Ikcamber 6 1908 We fro authorized to nonCmlllA J Carl Jackson of Contcnuwh JI n can Udatc for lugiBtIe in tile Canter town Mtgilltlljll district suUjccct the RupulJlIllln prlmirry uhetion DO comber b 1908- We ore nutorlzed to announce T P Royal ate candidate fur tae oCCice- oC Magistrate In the 10rdbJIIC Mug lsterial district subject to the Ite publican primary sire wa ThJClIlI Uer lO 1908 A Fire extittguiscer fitly have tu b- eUe on Hearst yt Senator Bailey einmut gut rid o tent Stnrdilrl1 011 odor Several persons leave sllllled recent ly on the drllpings from tile oll can Uryun boats about nls third nOIllI1- 1naloo Dobbs might retmt terra Inu others Both parties arc gathering even wltl tun Standard Oil Company by UbaUdUI11 lug tacit Ilgbt 11lOll5sI0l1lI It tile barber nslra you the question a little 011 plrnsc7 Dont bur ofCUIII dod ire dout mean Sautdurd 011I uPPuftThe success vii IIlCn- uImmodiate Vte Sutpulse to go ahead the success of Bryan tu hold of aWJIUH with apptrneuafuu of uuce111111l1 teal anger ahead lieofDr t- rt Ilm1 dies Some of tHem nave boon on fllu- shuvtofI fur ellltI but lr zta peoph will Wke tnenq wlut dittetcuce dotS stakes to tile IUlt There Itvayofbetting mound hard Inc tau electIon of Mr Tuft would Inspire confidence nod Ill good y r business while the Illellol1 of- r Bryan would do exactly the reI verse I U thereever casnparty In re treat It Is lire Republican party right nowHartford Herald The reo trent mulch the Republican party to I conducting right now will lead to while house Stick u phi here Mr Herald Tire voters are hnvlllg their usual round of boosting Bryan along In flu accustomed tramps over tile country when the noise bus subsided pnl1n racy me In the quiet seclusion of tie voting booth It Is dolllirH to cola that ey wlIl not sole away their bread butter rAll of u sudden the Democracy has decided thnt the people do not rUle There was n time In Kentucky a few years ago when Decldurn served as- overnor ultnough the people had elected Taylor und Mr Ilrymn made special trip front rte home In Ne aska to aid III thwarting the w1ll of to people tit Ientucky Yes the people should rule The llartford heraldgave Judge J fuels who stroke at the courthouse lJy rondny In rite interest of De only It six line notice We Judge orris speech was dlfiappolutlIunt tu tiro smllll num of tits faithful WltO went out to hire Ono Democrat wus report ns sayhng that It ryas the weakest speech no had ever card delivered lit Hartford of M- TUu ilurttord Herald says that most 1oft yule the prahlbltiurt ticket will for lhyuu Will they vote titer In IndluulI WI1I they veto Urat proIhlbltlun Ine tirtt way In Kentucky where lane WaUcrEOlI says that no- Irunibitiunirt CAn ho n Dutao rttt Tao ruin whIch ins boeu adapted by tia Ohio county IlepuhllcnnI tteu nutbt Le obsOlell lJy candidates and any 0 l810n of utiI ll cerGdnly be brought to understand that nl tiro gl r Comity Judge have made pdsunMpledge tau one to life will not use money whiskey or corrupting iuflusttces to cot voters In the rmaIY We w11l glad to Publish III agreement from candidates III every coca where theca is a contest au Tho SUUSolltlllu1 plant ut Winehes has lJeen sold to a company which lug issua IL dully paper Inde1Jentlent In as IItJIlUlS to be railed the News The Sendnalsens uueot the very best llubllcan wfIly nosvspapor in Ken cky and we nte very sorery to see held InCuIKentucky to day Is un Increase to la= newspapers We now have about e lit live and hlse dQ not at all by c tines receive the united suhpert of Republicans and oftJn receive veer smnrl recognition at tho tittdi3 e the P 1rtY loKdtre Pro toPuQr In cbnrgo of the affairs ofibot11OseI publlctn party hr Kentucky value of u local press tire soouo to- party w111 be placed upon u sound foothold lit Lbo future y T1e NatfQDlll Union of t6 me11cl1nI SoCIety of Equity feet in It 11 oclocl s In Tuesday Oct and wus called to order lIy the u Gtji u1 president U 1f Barnett who InvocatIon by Rev Burroughs delve Bred hM annual address Upon discovery tilt it would lJIegill ur hold tio regular annual slon outside of Indlamt the delegate resol1 tlionseivas lino It confdlel1l and proceeded to transact all rise buss Hess of sire National Union refurrin g tolr work to the rpgullll NntlolI11 Union tvich nteetn lit I1l1l1anll1lO1ll the first Monday In Dec The mOlt fog was wel nttendcd hy delegJttfJRII ffrom all the orgaUlzed Ketituchy and Nisconshn lending i te size of twlr delegations The com altee un ronsUlutlons null bylaws roe uutmanded It great many changes but left rue membership fee and clues tio same its last year TIe flare con t1tutlon and bylaws with the amend tslnts will ho much lucre perfect IIII- 1tbe old one A number of splendid addresses were made and enthusiasu was high Tire committee on fhmncuI spurted till arrangement whereby U s believed that too society placed flit pnnunnont financial COOlI ling with u good rorkiug fund wind It iltt needed for tne pas year us the wont his been pracl crlly ut a stuudstlll fot tree WIIIJt liCI funds SentIllellt among tire delegates seem cd to bl In terror of harmony and tile hops rises that tefaCoctlolIs of last OIIlls report fur I to year liS did also 40 tau Uuahtcss ntauuger ur rite Equity Farm Jourmd Six sessions In itli were held which ended with the selection of dfficer Thursday afternoon Those recommended for the coning ear are os follows C 0 Drayton- Iresfdaut Grlellllt Ill Vice Presl Ident lI P Sharpe Itow9ug Green SecTress S D Iumll Madison WlscolIlln Directors J D whiting Interlaken New York J C Davis MU1lIuCleld WliConsln Charles A litSpeer Fort BralleI Indlallll llonjamln Watson Dixon Ky I In order to lessen the expense of the regular national Union which will coup ns an IIcldltion to this meeting tI- the states w11l only send one or two reJlreel1lItt1fs to Iudinuapolis lIS to tim meeting Is expected to slntply- otify on the work or the Milwaukee by meeting At n meeting of the Board of Directors held lmmclately utter the ud journtnentoithe conference President Barnett tendered his resignation to acceptrednow 1st NoticeS of E The A S of E FInance Comtc mttteo met October 2 1908 was called the order by D Ford and litter n short conference agreed to sell our pledged tobacco It the earliest titer red and It possible open the warehouse November 1 1908 II D BURCH SecM SmithBennettIOne Siweddingsford III a long whlle tool vInce atp the church last at 8 ofoclockJackson Miss Id to tlo niter l11sIary Smith daughter ofMr and e Thomas Jefferson Smith of this place 1JlIJUtifUliwnlte th vas the tnald or honor and carried I yelluty cocas fire Uridesmaids were FurdsvtllslDenaElla Norris Wlitosvllle each carried yulow rnrysantneuiuuts The fOUOWd fug gentlemen ached IUI bPs men for I brother of the groom = J Buster o nenInettNI1crgusowere red In tIe regulation uoulllg dress iss 1ltlggle Nul Presided nt the or gan and seas uceonpanted by Ernest to llelds with his violin Tire ceremony was performed by Dc N F Jones pastor oJ the baptist church In a most U- rpressiva manner The church was beau tifully decorated and tarnished whir arch under wiriest the happy couple stopd whle the ceremony truss be performed Tiro following acted ushers Dr E W Ford Will Fair Tluhd Burnard sad Dr JR Plrtlo at Alter the ceremony ani elegant lun theon wus served at the home ot the the newy wedding couple letiv- g for the future stoma In JacksOn onthc 1230 traIn from Beaver- Dam kMr Emmett Is n former Ohio my and has a splendid poattlos as mant for the Cumberland Telepirono- y Iger In ltss- f Sm1t rib ore of tie most nt tractlvoyoti ladles of Hartford and will bo grenJY udased fiOlU tM sufal circle nnd Uyhertrleude here r For ale Ono Studio Camera 8 by 10 cherry LomIand James automatic stand plate holders and all attachments The best Camera for studio work O K ROWE KYIbeIApply at tUfs offtca Ott RepublicanRa11y Judge T J Sparks Republican elcc ndlllessIJudgo Sprhltl Is one of elvt ablest speakers Ill Western Kentucky curds hours of roroJrtiug discussto- htof NaUonll1 uunl State nffilrs Is is surld A brass band hes been em und tie bass ot order will bo- Iumilltoiued Everybody faulted uepc the ladies leis LIke Civil War SaZs Gov Willson Frankfort Ky Oct 12Go Will son today offered IL coward of 00 IlnyiI Dave Wnllcl n uegro and ntuutbers HlcluI1U1tI the condl cll1 Will lJUtIIlire found lIu urges the people In every nelgnUorhood to orgunlze and blot uutj+r lght rider r For Sate I will sell my fanu containing liO acres on Lewis Creek three and one half miles south or Dearer Darn Ky acres to timber n good house and ono opening for coal auk RICHARD II TAYLOR lOl3 Beaver Dam Ky The Bait Tree A halt tree said the botanist beats worms nut of all lOllowIWhacking the queer with his stick Iw continued It Is called In Mexico Its habitat tile Palo do ledtc Tile lhexicans prize highly With Its help a good mess fish can always lJe secured Tile Mexican angler instead of digging laboriously in tile ground for butt simply fills u bag with leaves from bait tree Iud these leaves he throws upon lire water The effect Ie paralyze the ilsh obey float Inert the surface and are gathered up hand Sometime Ignorant Mexicans clwp down the halt tree mid use It for fuel A dangerous proceeding The fumes from the burning woodrenderj unconscious all wino inhale cmfNotice All persons having accounts or claims against the estate of C R Stevens deceased are hereby notified produce them property proves at law office of Barnett Smith Hartford Ky on or before October 25th 1908 or they wlll be forever bar W P Stevens Admr HOPEWELL Oct 2Miss Carrie Russel and iss Wlmo brown visited Miss Snulu Robertson Saturday und Sunday Miss Rhoda and Maggie Williams lent Sunday with ureic cousin Miss earl Davenport Mr Erns Davenport Will there guest Mr Layton 1V11imua Sunday Mrs Allen turd Mrs Sallie Al of Smallhous visited firs Linda Cummins last week Mrs Sarah Huxley Is no bottor ut S welting Mr and Mrs Jesse Fulkerron spent unday with alts Nancy UUSlol- lIl E R Williams spent Sunday whir 111 TumrmordIMrs E very sick Miss LizzIe WJ11Jams spent a few fu RoellIOlt Inst week Mrs Connie Blades of Itorkport visited lIrf Nancy Russell Sunday Mr nod Mrs Press Smith of Liver moro vJslled his staler lies Taylor W11IIums to few days tide week NOTICE Last call for taxes until cost c Is added so dont fail get your receipt and save all costs and penalties that I Respectfully MAGAN Oct 12The Baptist AssociationI which has been In Trove the past three days with largo tendance closed yesterday Mr Charlie lttidlciff and sister Miss ReMu and Mr AleX Mbgun and bliss Coda Greer sttenden tae Owensboro fair last week Mrs J wm Morfett who has been sick for some time isno satire fromHardin t IA CHARMINfi YOUNfi MOTHER SAYS 1 t p 444 4 444441 gq tN4-Y Wed Exhausted Pcruna Gave New lifeft firs g W Brooks 6lIS S Steolo St South Tacoma sr I t to jcIIIlmenli Peruna to mothers When my little girl came t fall very weak atsl exhuuslhd slid It seemed that I coulll not regain IIt strength 1 rly mother ought mu a bottle of IJerUlII after I had tried several tauelr nlertscl remedies without relief 1 had little faith ns I was very T- weakJ Imt within a week after I had commenced taking Peruna 1 was like fa- diffcrcnti woman + e Ufo and vltnlity seemed to come each day until n a few weeks I f was in flue health anti a happy woman Thanks to your splendid medicinen I have enjoyed good health for several years I ahvays keep Perunllo on t I hand as a few doses will set mo right when I nm feeling badly o Catarrh altars lrrs G iV Heard lIumpiitend Texas writes ill regard to her son Carl rIy sons cars had bred affected he was a baby no seemed to have risings in his head lIe would be very fretful fort evoraldays then lilsears would run pro iwnoiy what appeared to bo corruption The last year I thought lie hndnlmost lost his hearing and had a local plrys- elan treating him for about six weeks people MedicinesShouid BUY TabletsI had been visiting relatives for some Robert Tanner and wife of Aetnavllle were the guests of their rather and mother Mr Tan and wife Sunday Mr Payton Tanner of Vermont who ll8S been Visiting his fother Mr SUlll Tanner and family for returned home last week Mrs H C Wright and Mrs Q L Denton spent Saturday at Haynesv1l1e guest of Mrs James MlcFerrlnand family Mrs Lula MldklCf of Mosley spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs H C Midkift Born to Mr Jesse Westerfield and wife the 11th a fine boy Valuable For Sale partbottommd plenty of water This farm is miles east of Cromwell and is known as the Geo W Martin farm For further information call r address me at Hartford K MartinC- ENTERTOWN v Oct UIrTI Mat Stewart and visitingfriendsHiss Pfuudla Dllls of Ceralvo has u No Grain Measure gal 10qt gal van IG- 6x16 bread bread van bread Oc 9x12 bread Sc 8x12 bread 7c Gfoot Blue Grass Saws 1G- 017fi Hand Sawsa 126 hlnt well and for few weeks he was not troubled but since that time the discharge from his ears was almost constant and very offensive Finally began giving him Yernna and Lacupia and after ho had takoD two bottles of the Laeupla Ire was entirely cured II cannot praise Lncupla and Peruna enough Wh Object to LlQJIO Peruna timeMr Samuel lieI eel sometime the Farm three R B No Ile been visiting her uncle Mr H IT Davis of this place Miss Ella of Beaver Dam Is vIsiting her uncle Mr P tale place U S Is In Arkansas on business trip Mrs W T Tliford ands Sun shine were visiting frIends at Nel son the first of this wOk L Phipps and wife went to Hart ford Tuesday on business Dr T Baker was called to Har this week Uames Baker Is on the sIck list Clnud and Worth Rowe have their now homes nearly com pleted Our coal man P 0 ot Ohio Is here looking after his coal Our lady friends have all Eastern Star Chapter here While Earl and eo Bishop were ns tile boys did not lave time to ar range their flying they went DaYls had to tllle hili bed few days and doctor his sprains and bruises Sale Two good farm Is mites u T- SPECIAL ONS PRICESGO- OD UNTIL ANI INCLUDING I Tuesday 1908 3 galvanized tubs65c2 galvanized tubs66cN-o 1 galvanized tubs40cGa- lv 12bu40c1- 2tt pan1510x-14 panl 00IJAMES LYON J trt f F pronounced a I I McKenuey McKenney- of Wlm1n i j a daughter J dlnslJurg Chapman McKenney organized lastUondny machines werebndya Fafor ygoodwaterrrhls 3 theGeoatHartford CASH October 20 pail20c J IG5 Hand Saws120125 Hand ws90cB5c Axes Ooi i75ci200 Mortlso Locks 125tGoo Mortise Locks 400360 25c25c3x3 Butt hinges per pair 771212cc Many other things In propCash must rtlon1f wepositivelythese prIces t The Grocer a I I i I I I Fairs Clothing Departmentl Of Course we all want to go well dressed Sometimes our purse willnot ermit us to buy a HighPriced Suit This question of Style and Price should not perplex you Come direct to us and settle the matter We handle the Ster ling BenchTailored Suits and Over coats made of best material Work manship Guaranteed Styles the very Latest Come to us for a Style Book Let us show you the Suits and show you their Superiorty over others R Ga Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 16c UlnolsContral Railroad Tlmo Table I North BOIIIMI Nmilli linitnn- NoflNol du415am durtllSl ttiu No12dduel2Sop n olu1 duO 248 p MI Nol02dne24Situ YuIlldne862pin- Buy Office Supplies af Homel- And I save transportation charges We keep INK PENS OILSIICARBON MUCILAGE 4 N LETTER DESK FJIESIPENCIL TABLETS TYPEWRITER RIBBONS ROUNDHEAD FASTENERS WILLOW WASTEBASKETS RUB DEll BANDS ERASERS LIBRARY PASTE PAPERS ENVELOPES N CILS OF ALL KINDS CLIPS FINE FOUNTAIN PEN WRITINGXFLUID i SUIT WRAPPERS AND A PRDVT I VARIETY OF OTHER THINGS With each 100 purchase we give a nice school bag Pure drugs compounded by a skillful chemistI HBRTFORD DRUG GOt Incorporated oJ Everything new at Carsou 8 Cos k For tall wearing apparel see Carson Co If it Is a Wedding Suit call on Cart son Co TypeWriter Carbon can be had at this office rMr and Mrs F M Porter are vUit ing In Indiana McCall Patters at Fairs 10 and 15 None higher I 0 vest Suit eyer wore at 1000 olrs 8i 008J41y r I Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant For H J Hlnzs pure cldar vlnega on U S Carson 10 years old IEvery taste and every purse fInds here CARSON 60 New Suits New Hats New Shoe and new Neckties at Carson 8 Cos Schroeters Studio over Re publican office I will pay ISc for eggs until further notice 7tt JAMES LYONS ICome to us when you want your heaping moneys worth CARSON CO IIrf1 Jennie Mtaeley of Owensboro Is the guest of her brother dipt SI Cox IIe you are In need of a new Carpet Matting or Furniture call on Carson 8 Ca night and dny In Pairs Mil IRush parlors Why prices and styles explain It Dont worry about your headgea come to Pairs New Millinery com llng in every dtiy Thnt full hat of yours if bough from Barnard Co will look bette and please you longer Anything you want In Ladles Missi and childrens cloalss at Fairs right Call and see us Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford F D No1 will answer phone at J Carters Concord any hour Itf Why lay fancy prices for cloaks when Pairs are showing the correct styles at most reasonable figures Mr J T Feix of Olaton wns guest of hos eon editor F L and family the first of the week Miss Bertha Phillips has d from Owensboro where she has having her eyes treated by a 1stIDont be a back number I Buy ono of those swell Cloaks or Jackets at Barnard Cqs The fit and style Is superb Rev T C Wllson IS holding a very successful revival in the Presbyterla church at Beda Quite a number haVE professed faith In ChrISt nnthe community te experlepcirfg j genera religious awakening t t J- lt 7- L i x1 r Gloves that last long at a sho- rprier100 nt Carson 8 COIIwU If It Is choice fresh groceries you want go direct toll S Carsons n Mr L E Render Ceutortown caned vfltt to see usi while In town Tuesday Itwill pay you to investigate Fulr il prices mid goods before putcanning Mrs We are receiving new hoods dully week CARSON CO j Aa extraordinary Hat fur tree or for Binary dollars OAREON ft CO Buys nro boys put they want our Neckwear at 60c CARSON CO JoJlrJflllUne er Is suffering with u fcevero boil oft is His nandAtPainstaking Sales ladles nt Pairs who u i lon outntIiTIe biggest In town Pairs Callicaand Dress Goods Department Inand see usP- atricianaashothat or ffiitsan wearer unexcelled for style No equal found only at FullsthIDont be persuaded to buy your until you have Investigated Pairs styles and prices M ss Hnzol D Hooker of Beaver Dam Is the guest of her cousin Mrs Tim Taylor this wcelwito Fairs extend tteachers of Orlo at Iointy u special Invitation to visit tHem during tile Institute Cloaks and Jackets the 100S model C Semifitted uclls the thing just goods store at Barnard Cos Fairs mens department It full of choice styles In suits oVercoats hue style Hats Shirts Neckwear etcsoNo chromes no baits no jewing or dickering but a house full of new goods at the right prices thats allr at Fairs New lot of Clothing for Dos and young Men Just arrived Newot shapes and colors BARNARD The fft It perftctI Mr Our Clothing for Young Men Is made till by people wno stake nothing but j young mens clothes They know how BARNARD COIII We are paying 18c per Eggs All other kinds of good coun I try wanted at the highest 151tfMr R T Collins formerly of this place but for the past few years has been living In Louisville has returned with his family and will reside hero b- In the future I cd Mrs T H Black and Mlrs Alex D1r1I nett will entertain Chet local Hive of Lady Maccabees at tit home of the former next nlgnt A full attendance is desiredINo finer verware suitable for wedding presents was ever brought to a place as smallIi as Hartford as is now on display tI J B Tappans Jewelry Store Underwear that outwears till other kinds Is the sort we are selling We have It for shorts end KuuvT slim and stout at 2Cc to 100 per garment OARSON 8 COt We dont usually do things byI halves but youll excuse us this Just the chance to replenish a sockless SlzeHIIIall0LOST or i brooch tot with about 50 pearls and small diamond In center Liberal re ward will be glveu to Ue Under or information leading to lis IOCO ells Z Wuyiio Hartford QI Mr P W Smith and Miss Nannie CogulU two of Liverrnores most pope Inr young people were married last Thursday night at the home of the OWIeIisborogroom a iness man of Livermore and the bride is the daughter of Mrs W J Coghlll and Is quite popular esIn this Issue appears the announce ment of Mr T P Royal ns a catidl didate for Magistrate In the Fordsvlll i c1ARoyal is one of toe leading citizens InI his end of the county and our cal affairs will not suffer If left to his care Ho asks the Republicans hoIn his district to carefully consider Ixhis claims and if they think him worthy ho would appriclate their sup pbrt 0 enAt a very Interesting meeting of altho farmers club of Ohio county held at Beaver Dam Ky on Set 30 and Oct 1 The following officers were elected for the ensuing year E B Austifi Prentls Pres Dr S D Tay lor Beaver Dam VIce Pres W A Casobler Prentis Secty The next meeting ot the club will be at Beaver Dam the lust Saturday In October All membersof the club are earnestly questetlto be present E0 AUSTIN Pres W A CASDBlER Sooty I Mr Clcyton Woodward Beaver Dam h own Tuesday Ho gives us nlwWMii call while here j I sir Tmvln N Davis who conducts Job Printing office at Beaver ll mi u plenenat caller Tuesdny Mar r E J MnrrtHui LoVr Dam vinitlng IIIR srundijmiiis Mr and J M Rogers on Clay rttwt tills 11r R T Her who haa been absent t past lew weeks rW jug dIIlives in TeonKtoe and Ii luii mur rll tiontu Ir J C Jaekt11oUOllln Otto County fireleltt School c era called to act tu w liu the Hisrituto this week Mits Pearl Tlniley of McIIunry wnt an iitKnditiit at tee Hupkincviliu for the inHiue IB at num- ewlthJwr motHer Mae G T rtiisliy is quite sick 0 aiessrs B P Pmt Xiuiiiwe 11- H C Jarnagin of new Hetvsr D in to KU us ttodnosdny md re al tiioir faith in too Upubli aiiOJ or year I CiiCs Paulinu biuui wr res liiguest of her brother Mr C K Smith on Prod rim street for tuepit week returned w bur nome noir eralvo Saturday i IEIuott Stownrt who lives near jhinklo Ciiapelcnine In to MD us here Monday Ho Is preparing take tae Civil Service examination I Owensboro for let ers onrrtr Mr Alex Bennett formerly of tne Jeda neigubnrnoud but for tue past ew years has been living at Evansville hid line moved back to Ine ouuty and located at Beater Dam Mcsdanus J II liny and C W HudI tad little daughter Owonsboro came over to atteiid the Bennett 5mith wedding and will lie tine guecs- If I Mii l Wayne Griffin for a few iuysMr DuugliiK Felix one of Hertfords not iiroiiiinmit young men and a orpoitil In Co II K X G now ou duty lit Eddyvlllevlsittd his parents and Mrs P L Felix tuo first of week lOur old friends Mr A1 Carman was a plcs + tint cyiltii Wed Mr Carman Iseing u man hat knows a good tiling wnn try fees It Id11 dolls r for a yens siil icription to the HellUhlkonI Mrs Susie Johnson aged Soventy one years died at ner home at Pleas tat Midge one day last week Her I life lad been a blessing to tier nelgh orbood and she will be greatly miss He ciiUdren 4 survive ItelIMessrs W II Humphrey Beda George M Maddox Rockpoit J A Rhoads Render James Dinlel Route No 2 Hartford Jo Sanderfur Beaver Dam and J H Thomas Narrows were among our many callers Satur dayUnce I Nelse Coleman a very re spectable old colored man of Beaver Dam died last Monday night of dis eases Incident to old ago He was welt known and had the respect 6f all He was one of the oldesiincn la tne coun y and had lived a lIfo of usemulness Mr W E Newbolt has purchased of Judge John B Wilson lI elfH lo Cesney Land and Investment Com pany the residence property on the leaver Dam pike now occupied by It Clint Sovens Con It1CIRtlIll not known Ho wll move to t e wimo at once and Mr Stevens will mete to Mr T J SmMi8 farm a row Rolex last of town After a lingering iUnees oC typhoid fever Mr Ray liar died at ids homo In Bedn last Monday evening Ho uvs a youny man of flue imhiw and was 1lIOtwill ue greatly missed us no HM Ill rely eiiTOort of u widowed toot der large crowd of synuw sizing and friends uttendid me burial wuici Iltool piico Tueeday oveaiug In t Beda Cemetery- In this issue of Uo Republicdn wii bo found the aniiouiiromcm of J Carl roll Jackson of Gunturtown preciuc liS a candidate fur tine Republican iiomhrtUoii for Mtigieirate in tin Co tertown Magisterial district Mf Jack son Is thoroughly competent for mo position and would look after tale in j terests of the fiscal affairs of the aunty and of Ills district in a busl tens like manner He is u Republican of sterling world nit ougt popu with men of nil parties If nominateu he will lead tho party to victory lit too district In our announcement columns week will be found the name of J A Greer a candidate for the 3f Assessor subject to the action tho Republican voters of Ohio coun ty at the primary to be held December 5 1908 Mr Greer is one of the stalwart young Republicans of our county und can always be found on tho fir Ing line Ho oaks the Republicans toe consider his claims assuring them hot If elected he will use his best endeavors to matte them a good and efficient officerI s c Itl3euds Afoowwoman who wears the Red Cross Shoewhat she thinks of it t Shell tell you to buy a pair immediately 1 foottroublesof ordinaryshoes The sole of the Red Cross is flexible It bends with the foot The Red Cross is absolutely comfortable in all styles all leatlcerse- High Shoes 400 Ox fords 350 k Let us fit you We carry these shoes also the God = line for women and childrens every = day wear They are absolutely solid= = =no pieced vamps We have ban= died this line continuously for several years and have iounh them reliable The test of time is the best test yet Its the prime proo- fBARNARD on COMPANY Hartford Kentucky e watt tittttt trtt auetrsss eettttlatns atttttttttttt I I How is Your I I Fall Wardrobe I It is in proper condition to welcome the I new season I beIforeI inmost recess you of the clothes away press You I certainly wish to appear well dressed to everybody but it will be simply impossible I to do so in your last years wellworn suit I Now right here We Throw You I a Life Preserver And come to your rescue Our New Fall Dress Goods are waiting your inspection Whatever your clothing needs may be for this new season we ask the privilege of I 1 showing you our styles There is only one I way to get an idea of the completeness of our stock and the reasonabless of our I prices and that is to spend a little time I Ihere will please us to have you to do soI store is fairly aglow with new fall prices are always rightalways the slOur We invite you to come and in our excellent st- ockICejson fCoI INCOIUOKATUD IIHarftford 41 THEY COOKED MEAL WiTHOUT UTENSilS Remarkable Culinary Feat in Camp Of the Frontiersmen Croydon England London Oct 3Sonar remarkable experiments to SllOW that It Is not t only possible but practicable to cook meat and vegetables without pots pans utensils of any kind have been car ried out I1t n camp of the Legion of Frontiersmen near Croydon At 7 ocloelt In tile evening officers and mne were served with a meal con sisting of duck pork 1oU toes onions cabbages und bread In the process of cooking no utensil of any kind was usedRoger Pecock the founder of the Legion who superintendeil the experi ments In un lilterYle said In lUany parts of the world cooking Is done without utensils nud I want to show that this Is possible wbenever men are on a campaign Not only does such a method obviate the necessity of carrying a lot of cooking kit but the food ismuctrnrore palatable Time meal was prepared In the fokt fag way A large hole was dug In the ground andat tile bottom a numI bet of store were placed A wood fir was then made In the 1I01c and after the fire had burnt for about an hour the embers were removed and It quantity of water poured over the hot stones on which the joint was placed surrounded by potatoes and onions The cabbage formed II layer on top of the meat rand over the whole was placed n dtUIIII cloth A sack was I stretched across tiro lido to prevent dirt entering and the hole was Wen I filled up with earth Thu water which had been poured In produced steam and utter the joint had been left forI about nn hour nud a lUll It was ready to be eaten It was to perfection and tine potatoes and cabI bage were also culinary triumphs i Among those who were present and partook of this extraordinary earth cooked meal were frontiersmen from Yukon Canada Zululand and New Zealand A Forgotton Parcel A Wisconsin farmer noted for his absentmindedness started homeward from town one day with the firm conviction that ho had forgotten some thingwhat It was he could not re call try as he would As he neared home the conviction Increased and three times he stopped his horse and went carefully through his Pocket book In a vain endeavor to discover what he had forgotten In due time he reached hone and was met by his daughter who exclaimed In surprise Why fattier where have you left motherExchange Notice to All Interested It having been ordered by the Ohio i county Union ot the A S ot E at i Its last meeting that we act as re 1ers reorganizers and organizers of locals wo deslrro to state that serIcommunity or local desiring vices may procure sane by arrangingI for a meeting and giving us II notice weeksI s L STEVENS j DAVID MORELAND presI WYSOX i i Oct iThe protracted meeting at tuts pinto Is getting along nicely WlIIII returning home from church Sundayy night Mr Ebb Shutzs horse iron stuffy ss1tit him Ills wife Hud I tWo children but did net Injure any i of them but dfluIgJd hll buggy and hurt hls bonne Miss Jelrl Ihsvenport wno has been sick for the past week is improving aiowlyLtr and Mrs Le Nelson returned home Tuesday froan R weeks visit at I Jaun1JIOImQ Y ElaveapMrta spent I Mr H1ri Meddx and 1111 George- jllfeddox was tre guests ot Mrs R V DavaIlllOlt Sunday lIt Itoy Benton IllpPtLPd to II ae- rioara MOldeUL Latmday morning willie balding a colt for Mr Charlie lIeutm to ride lOft cult ruared up looking toy 1iOw11 and slepIIng on Ms hg cud rlreakiog both butes Ho is getting tiosg nicely aIn Marg Taylor lag visiting tlOl dame Jllr Mrs W P Bennett 1IFs Anilzoue GluC wilo liar IWljIl quite Mete Iii Mile to ho out ulilin CLEAR RUN Too lade for last week Oct 7Mr amid rl L C ILoover pate a musIcal entrtuinmeut last right In honor or their cousins Moasrs Clarence Hoover or oridotil- Grayson county nnJl Herbert Hoover of Horton A number of their reIn U es amid friends wore llrtlilout and at Pad a good time Jr Jo Lurton and Mrs Bert w J a1l of tender Mines stalled 11ts Duvulls Miter M18 C M New cons several days lust week 4r L L Newcom and family ot n the Washington neighborhood were the guestS ot Mr C M Newoomn amid family Sunday Mrs O T Funk gave n surprise birthday dinner In honor of her husband Mr C T Funk at their home near Taffy on S pt30 It being Ills H birthday his friends and relatives celebrated his birthday and a bountiful dinner was served and a pleasant day was spent by rill lIrL P Hoover visited his aunt ter Mrs T M tall and family of Cleoptt arr a few days last weeIRev Fuqua filled his nppolntment hero Saturday and Sunday Mr Leslie Hoover wife and two chi dren spent Sunday with Mack Murray and Cam- lGllbcrt Juquo who was thrown from Ii horse a few weeks ago and got his arm broken Is much Improv ed Mr Ilnel Murray went to Hartford Monday on business Misses Mulinda Smith and Linda Gray Taffy went to Hartford Monday Mr S L Kink mind family went to Hnrftord Monday shopping Mrs James Bartlett and children Illi visiting airs McMurray todoy The New Diseases Its funny how UICIC doctor men Dlscot4 r so unceaslllg DIseases new to kill men off Tho frightful list Increasing Ball lingering colds we used to have They call tncnm now bronchitis The otltlmo sore throats of our youth Are changed to tUnsllitis- TJae legaclws taut we used to hllvc- By clever mestaerisrn- Theyve made us thin Its a new dis ell easeSciaticrheumatism If oldtime stomach aches arise Ti1eyre likely to Invite us Into a hospital to cut Us for appendicitis heres the latest that I q out From medical profession fortunately have time proofs n Of truth In my possession knew a man who polsoi took at to error und to cure hhlJ- He drtuk four quarts or moreot milk A neighbor did assure him 40 That this would net emotlcal And cure him Itiaminu to He sdtd twould clear his stomach clean Of aU the polsou In It A thunder storm was raging then J The sick man I profess Groaned louder than the thunderstorm And died In deep distress They called a neighboring doctor In Who took his carving knife of And cut the dead man open to Find out what took his life Then to tile mourning family gave Tills diagnosis comic lie said tilt mans disease was caused fly stnearcase on the stomach Perhaps twas so I cannot say II am no science stabber That doctor said the milk was turned By thunder Into clabber At once the gastric forces on That clabbered milk did seize And quickly It was worked Into A mass of cottage cheese MORAL Alt me the new discoveries That medicine can make We would be happy to got sick For new discoveries sake Frank Honeywell In Memphi NewsScimitar WIIITESVILLE It over from last week Oct ilIrf C A Ielly and sister Miss Nettle Ralph attendedd the Methodist cOnftHOUC lit O weusboro lIlt week Charlie11OllttMr WlIllo Griffith ontllfred rchool at thus peace tUs morning atIOklahoma J9 inday The town trustees bravo begun to have the side talks improved which wora In Il very had condition Mr and Mrs Clint JIotlllen havo Just returned from a trip to Hopkins viVe Miss Mary J Htlllln ot Dennfield Is the guest of Mrs C A KOlloy this weak Born to Ur and Mrs Iwrollco Edgl a 11 pound boy Dr Edge attending- plyalcian The Worlds Onion Seed Down In Santa Clam valley Call furnlat on UI low muds tile worllll oulon seeds lIe produced The produce Is not for outing purposes Inns much ns they are allowed to grow un tIl they are fur too old for suchI use Nearly 10000 acres of laud are used In the cuturo of the product A certain young man near tho city of San Jure has ardor way n process wioroby the stalks can ho rondo into prtmor much us woodpulp has been tor some years past About 2000 flatcars of stalks lire roduced each year I SMALLHUUS Too late for last week Oct 7Mr 01110 Jtt1nsel has his Irouso finished and has moved 1n- Mr lit R D Hunter and wife Utica were the guests ot their parents Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter from Friday until Sunday ty Mr and Mrs p L Wood and daugil tern Ethel and Amy and Miss Mlnda Wood Cernlo Miss Maggie Hun Mr and Mrs J C Drake and and Mrs R D Hun erwero the guest of Mr and Mrs J R Hunter Sunday Mr and Mrs Joe Bullock and children were the guests of relatives ut- 1Intonzus Saturday night and Sunday tlr R T Sneddon was In our midst Sunday Mr T R Darnurd was In our midst Friday MIss mlndaWood Cernho was time guest of Mr and Mrs S T Hunter Saturday night a Mrs Annie Wood and were the guest of Miss daughtersI ter Saturday night the Mr U1 Mrs Erk Fnikerson of utar South Carrollton were the guests of Mr and Mrs S T Hunter Sunday Mrs Sam Morton is on the sick listMr lltrlJohn Withrow Is visiting Sam Ewing and family near South Cllrro11tonI I Mrs T R Durnard and daughters Mary and Ethel are the guests of her mother airs Sam Morton Decided to Try it Again Twenty years ago John C Neuner mind Lillie I Xouner were married It er 11IdleoWll Ohio and until happly tugecher Domestic trouble cute that year however and 11I1Sl Xeuner applied for n divorce which In was granted Yesterday the couple called upon Coum Clerk Yates lu Covington and after securing a liceuse were rled by Judge Iluber Xeullel stated that ho found the three years of ingle blessedness lonesome going mind few weeks ago renewed his court chip and Ute couple left for their home Middletown last night as happy us though It was their first vellture They have several children Each Is years old n Sheriffs Sale rrhe Commonwealth of Kentucky to the Snerlff of Ohio county We command you that of the estate ot of Jacob Cnancellor and John Drodwlck you cause to lie made the sum ot five hundred and eighty dollars which P I Newtoulatu la our Ohio Circuit Court recovered against theta for debt with 8 per cent Interest thereon front the 22nd day November 1907 until paid also the sum of 18790 which to the saidb plaintiff In the said Court was ged for costs lit that suitexpended whereof the said defendants wore con vlcted as appears to us of record and 19U11Icosts aforesaid and have then and here this writ I Witness E G Darrass Clerk of said Court this llUt day of AUGust 1908 I Credited by 3085 Aug 19GG on cost Attest E G BAHRSS Clerk Levied the within execution upcn Life following described real estates zOne lot In the town of Fordsvifln- Dabo county Ky situated on the Xorti1 sIde of 11ullice Street and bounded us follows lllllIlIlng lit n stone on the North side or said street then X 20 E 200 feet to a stone then X iO W 100 feet to a stoneI then S 2O W 200 feet to a stone then S iO E 100 feet to tie heglnnlng berg SIUlllI property conveyI ell to John Broedericlt by Jg rocordetll era ou Sept 2nd 1899 au7 In Oslo county Clerks office in Deed nook 28 page 194 Also another lot iu to town Foronme Oho county Icy bounded nil follows Jegtnig at a atone un North side of OweqIJOIo Ij tclJfleid Road then X S E i8 feet to the i southern boundary line of tile Irving- ton Branch of tto Louisville St lous cud Texas UnHrond thence N S4 Wi 101 feat to a stone thence S 5 W W tllCnctlS85 E 101 feet to the beginning being sauce lot conveyed to J J llroalerlck by J J Robertson June 20tl1 1905 and recorded In the Ohio County Clerks office Deed Doolt 33 page 36 ns the property of John J Broudcrlck by going upon Property turd notifying the agent of sllld Broatlerlck of said levy This clay ot August 1908 R n MARTIN Slioriff 13t3 by GRANT POLLI1D D S XQW THEREFORE I IL B MurI tin Sheriff of Ohio county or ono of my deputies wU1 pursuant to the foregoing JI ru expose for sale to tae CUREI STOMACHLIVER Kpr s highest and beSt bidder at tlteCaurt- hougwdoor In Iipr4Xord Ky on Monday the 2nd day of November 1908 about one oclock p m I will offer for sale the foregoing described tractor parcel of land or so much thereof as may be necessary to tUUs plaintiff p K NeWton debt interest and cost Sall solo will ho I made upon u credit of sIx months the I purchaser being required to execute- bond Immediately after sago for tlc amount of time purchase price with I good and sufficient surety bearing Interest from date I AV l tness my hand liS Sheriff of Ohio county this Itt day October 1908 I R BMARTIN S O C Notice in Bankruptcy In the matter of William II Griffin States for tile wesleru district of Kentucky Owensboro division In the matter of William II GroWn Bankrupt On this 6th day of October A D 1908 on considering Ule petitibn of aforesaid bankrupt for discharge flied on till llt day ot June A D 1908 It Is ordered by ttmo court that n hearing be had upon tne steno on the 24tJl day of October A D190S before said court at lellerlll Court Hall at Luulsvlllu Ky III said district at 10 oclock In the forenoon or as near thereto us practicable and that uu tire thereof be published one time 3n- tits Hartford Republican a ncsvaptgrer printed In said district and that aU known creditors and other persons II- IIllterest amity IIIIPIUl lit sold time and ploco and show cause it any they have tvhy tile prayer uf said lWtltlOl1 should not lie granted Witness the Honorable Water Judge of said Court und UIJ thereof at OWllesboro Kentucky said district on tau jh day of October A D 1908AG RONALD Clerk Dy M E Dunn Deputy Clerk Been theTheO4STOnJ4Kind You Hama Always Bought Slguatate Of EGIChY The Adventurous Feline nello Is this the electric com pony Do you take cats down Yes cats One is on n polo and crying just terribly She must have been up there week for shes just us thin What Oh this is Fiftyninth avenue A big dog Is barking at her too and sbe What street Why I dont know I dout live on this street do I Oh yes courser Drlstol street time druggist says Oh will ou7 You arc so good And a man just said she is playing With the transformer und might short circuit herself or something Well thank you very match I am so glad GoodbylSuccess Magazine The Considerate Wife Mrs Rogers Is a perfect slave to husband What does she do Would you believe It Every year on his birthday she gets up In time to eat breakfast with him Judges Library Short Memory lfy wife growled lIadley Is thE most forgetful woman Indeed queried his friend po- 11tely Yes She can never remember la the morning where I left my pipe the night beforePhiladelphla Press Seldom Wear Out Dr Miles AntiPain painnotItake them Many persons who suffer from chronic ailments find in them a source of great relief from thcyIpelled toendurcrrhcir soothing influence upon the nerves strengthen rather than weaken then For thus reason they sel dom lose their effectiveness sufClredJrheumrltlsm and neuralgia prllpltntlon of the heart shortness of breath sleeplessness and pain around the IIllenrt rho Dr Mites AnUlaln Pills been n blessing to mo I dont 11know what I should do without them are tho only remedy I hare ever used that either did not wtllr out In less time than I have been us ling them or else the Injurious results were such that I aoa3d bo obllgedto cease their use MRS S C ROBINSON a7 Carter St Chattanooga Tenn Dr Mlles AnUPaln Pills arc sold by thefrstaplacka4oewill bcnelltStOifit ilalls he will money It 25 centsfever sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ittd ft ff 1 r w DIreotoryOho Circuit CourtT P DlrkJlelld Jddge Ben D lunge Attorney Oscar Midkltt- Jeilcr Ed O DarrEin Clerk Frank 1 Felix Master CommtsslonerY L Mose lei Teustee Jury Fund n D lfartia- Bncrltf Hartford DepuUeS A- Bratcher L Po Crowder W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeksI and third Monday In May and Novombol two weeks County CourtW 11 Taylor Judge W S Tinsley Clerk E 1L Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convener flllt Monday In each month Quarterly Courtlleslns on the third Monday In January April July and On tober Court of clalrrConvenes first TUes- day In January and on the first Tues say In Uctober Ulmer OfncerN Moxey Surveyos- Fhreve S V Leach Assessor Ri- IloyJamea DeweeseSchool Superlnten- cnt Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J II Williams Beaver Damrrarch r Juno 23 September 2j December 2t- W P Miller Horse llrnnchMnreh 26 June Z September 23 iecombcr 26- W S dean DundnMlIrL1h 27 Junt 26 September 26 December 27 W n Edge FordavllleMarch 29Junt 2 September 27 December So- D S Chamberlain DednMarch Z9 Juno 25 September 28 December 3 Herbert Render CenlertownMaret 30 June 2J September 29 December 30 John H Mlles ItockportMureh 31 Juneoj September kI December J- I1AIt1FOUD POLICE COURT U U Wedding Judge J S OlennCltJ Attorney S IT Seibert Marshal coun convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SothSorvdcea necono Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m und 4th tnoay 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices heLl Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting ever Thrsday evening C P ChurchServices first Sunday Iin each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Dozarth Pastor ChrlsUon ChurchServices every fOuru Sunday at It a m and 7 p m Rev V D Wright Pastor School Trustees lIartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn W S TlnsJeyC M Barnett City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk S K Cox Treas urer R E IwSlmmerman C M Barr nett E E JJlrkhead Wayne Griffin Hooker Wllllnms and JJrnest Ellis SECRET tOCn TIES Hartford Lodge No 6i5 F A lola sons meets first Monday night In eats month C N crowe W N D E Thomas Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third SatrLlay night tn each month n- R Riley High Priest Roscoe Render SecretaryRough River Lodge NO 110 Knlghtr of Pythll18 meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C R C Porter K- ot It and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every Thursday nIght C P hetWn D E Ttlernas Rec ord Keeper Sunshine hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and thtrc Frldnyafternoon of each month Mrs Lady Commander Mrs E D Pendleton Lady Record keep er Preston Morton Post No4 O A R holds regular meetinGs Saturday bllt the first Sunday In each month F l Porter Commander R A Anders Adjt Ohio Tribe No lSS Imp Order Red Men meets second R1d fourth Wednesday nights In each month Isaac Foster ley Sachem J prey Foster Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 339 I 01 O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night nt 730 GD Likens N G O M Shultz Secretary OFICIAL ROSTERIAmerican Society ot Equity of National Officers C M DARXETiT Pres Hartford ICy L X STNlfS VicePres Trenton m- O D PAULEY Sec Treas Indiana polls State Officers J C CANTRILL Pres Georgetown Ky S D ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Ky QL P KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky The Safest and Quick est Way to Transfer Molley IS DY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Gllnlbelrlaad Yet t Tel o- psconroa4Tzo I DITTERSIUIC f t 1S f i1lLJ I P41r114e9 C CSihlnrTT OESiliTh BARNEITf SMITH ArlORNEYS AT LAW I 5 HARTFORD KY- bat practice their profession In all the 1 courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals SpecIal at tentlon given to all business ontrusted to their care Collections and the Prac tine of CrimInal and Real Estate LaW Specialties Office In Republican buUdIIng t FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY will practice hIs profession In OhIo and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office tn the Her aid building 1 CHAS M CROWE x i LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Wilt practice his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties end In the Court of Appeals Special at entlon given to criminal practice and a- to collections Office In old RepublicanrbuildIng on Center street JNO B WILSON ATTOIINEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts e also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north side pUblic square b I R R WEDDING ti Attorney at Law I HARTFORD KY Wilt practice In the State and Federal f Court Prosecutes claims for pensions r Eta Collections promptly attended to f Also Notary Publlu for Ohio county x Office over Williams Drug Store lot IIiEAVIIIN IImNRSrwOUDWAIU HEAVRIN WOODWARD G otteys aaauHARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of OhIo county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collections Of fice next door to Dank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAWy l I HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Dank w R DARNES S Ai ANDERSOII- BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY I The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the prac tice of Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special rWS A ANDERSON I PROCURED AND DEFENDED Scndmoclol reportFreecopyrlghtaeta IN ALL COUNTRIESiBusiness direr uA stony and ofm 11 Patent and falmlIWrite or Mto era north Btrod app tnltt4 Slater rateat oza- cWASHING1dN D G j I KDLLTHE CUCH 1 AND CURE THE LUNGS IrNew tANDSATIDFAOT0OR I- TRADEMARKa I J I and PtW braor no rag wobCIATHAT PA JfSoD4lnoclel r 7 on patUAUtIty ro repo r ractJce hook on REFERENCE8 per I IIO W OIl8vnth writ Strest j D O r I r Ii t 1 TAfT LABORS fRIEND a Rendered Valuable Service to Railroad Men 4 THE TOLEDOANN ARDOR CASE I Advice Given In Jude Taftt Decision Adopted by the Railway Brother hood Democratic Politicians Use Trickery to Deceive the Toilers The members of the various brotherhood connected with the great rail road systems of the country nre generally feganled ns possessing more than the averages degree of Intelli gence Their callings and the obllpi tlons springing from those callings mako the possession by them of a high order of Intelligence Indispensable Notwithstanding this tact the same system of absurd falsehood Is relied on to deceive and trick them Into with- drawIng their support from the Repub lican party that Is In general use by Democratic politicians to Influence even the commonest and most Ignorant of the unskilled laborers of the country One form which thIs system of trick cry most frequently takes Is that of hinting at what terrible things Wil liam II Tnft dill against labor organ Izatlon and Its members while he was on the bench The one official act and declaration of Judge Taft which Is being used III that way on railroad mOil Is his deci slon In what Is known as the Toledo Ann Arbor case Yet In that case through his decision Judge Taft ren dered an actual tangible anti really Invaluable service to the cause of labor organization Ills advice given to labor i organizations In that case has been generally adopted by the various broth erhoods mil their members Ono of the rules of a great labor organization I the Urotherhqod of Engineers WitS the cause of the trouble rulehldlI has long ulncc been voluntarily pet as being contrary to the best Inter ests of both the public and the organ- Ization Itself More than all that Judge Tafts teIcision In the ToledoAnn Arbor contains as good broad and sound In bor doctrine as Over found Its way III print tlI Now what was that ToledoAnn bos case Most enlightened men know all about It Many ralllollj particularly tub younger them do not A A strike of locomotive engineers prim veiled on the Toledo Ann Arbor and North Michigan railway One of tho rules of tho brotherhood rule 12 re quired In substance that when so or dered by the head of the organization the men of the brotherhood or other roads should refuse to handle tie cars I of the road on which the strike pro vailed I This rulo was a dangerous one It probably never should have been t adopted The attempt to enforce It In this case brought eight or ten railroads Into court They sought protection against what on Its face was at least an unwise policy for any hotly of to adopt and Involved In menI possible stopivige of the carrying merce of the entire country- It was n case of sympathetic strike I And tile sympathetic strike stands to day from choice repudiated by all re sponsible organizations of laboring peo plo and their members Tile principal outcome of that Ann Arbor case was that tho right of em ployees to leave their employment COIlIlIltlous ganization to which they have faith fully lived both Individually and collectively We wish sInceIsaid Judge Intelligent and generally law abiding men who compose till Brotherhood ori Locomotive as well as omeeIwhat 111tect1 temperance and other elevating and most useful purposes the existence and enforcement of rule 12 under their organic law make the whole brotherhood a criminal conspiracy against the laws of tho country That tho rend9rlng of this decision by Judge Taft was then In result an enduring service to all railroad men Instead of embodying anything con I flicting with their rights and privileges before the law must appear plain to any ordinary man It there still re mained any doubt on that score It would bo removed by the reflection that the rules laid down by Judge Taft In that case are now made a part of the contracts and agreements of all great raIlroad brotherhoods President Roosevelt on Tafts Judicial Record Mr Tafts record as a Judge makes the whole country Ills debtor Ills ac tions and decisions are part of tho great traditions of tho bench They guaranteed and set forth In striking fashion the rights of tho general public ns against the selfish interests of any class whether of capitalists or of In 1orer iA Question the New Bryan Has Not Answered If you were president and were call ed on to exercise your discretion affirm atlVely to maintain the parity between gOldand sHyer what would you do Judge Taft to Mr Bryan Mr Taft canbo trusted to exact Jus tlce from the railroads for the veryI reason that he can be trusted to do JtMrtlce tothe railroads t I i 4 4 dRJ j a I AGAINST CORPORATIONS Judge Tafts Decision In the Narra more Personal Injury Case If men who labor come to know Mr Tnft timid study what h has done for their Interests they will wonder how there could be any sincerity In time at tempt by time Democratic party to prej udice labor against him Take tho Narramore personal Injury case In Ohio which when considered should forever set lIt rest all this man ufactured talk for political effect charging Mr Taft with being the fa timer of government by Injunction Judge Tafts decision in time Narra more case when he was on the bench has been of tremendous benefit to em ployee ns against employer lu Ohio In personal Injury cases Time facts of the Xarrauiore case mire those Knrly In ISO0 Narramore was n brakeman on tho ilig Four road One day while at work his foot caught III an unlocked frog A train came along and he was maimed for life The rail road refused to do anything for him and his wife mind children dependent upon hum for support Narramore sought the aid of the courts Ohio law held that t1tm frog should not have been left open and courts generally held that an employee knowing Hint his employer WitS in the habit of disobeying n law Intended for the employees protection by continu ing nt work assumed the risks of the employment Time Judge before whom the case was tried promptly dismissed the complaint On appeal the case reached the Uillt cd States court of appeals multi came before Judge Taft Jndson Harmon argued very masterfully for tIme rail road but tho Republican candidate for president went squarely against Ohio court precedents nnd of courts In many other parts of time country In rendering n decision In favor of Narramore InIhis decision Judge Taft said Time intention of the Ohio tune was to protect time employees of railways from Injury from a frequent source of danger by compelling the railway company to adopt u well kuown safety device And although nil employee impllcdly waives a com pliance with time statute and agrees to assume the risk from unhlocledI frogs amid switches by the service without complaint this j court will not recognize or enforce such agreement The imposition Of a t penalty for the violation of n statutoj does not exclude other moans forcement and to permit the company i to avail itself of such an assumption of risk by its employees is in effect to enable It to nullify n penal statute j and is against public policy Judge Tafts decision still stands as I the law in federal courts When tho common pleas court in Cleveland took an opposite stand lu 1003 time Ohio legislature in the spring of 1001 passed a law which made Judge Tafts decision ono of tho laws of Ohio Who shall estimate tho service that Judge Taft performed for all who labor in dangerous employment by his decision in tho Narramore case by which he made tbo law on the side of those who work The decision In the Narramoro case was against gigantic corporate inter ests and In the face of Ohio suprerap I court decisions but Judge Taft found a way to justice through the racstoca of the law skillfully drawn to do Incalculable service for all time to those who labor Ills record on the bench is not one requiring explanation but understanding to aeoItn convincing I i l 1 L justness and fairness In all this tall for tilt purpose of creating nils guided projrdlro here Is not a Demo crat In the land who hums said that lilly of hIs Occlsliirs were wrong In all his rnriir Judge Tuft by deeds has shown the broadest sympathy for all who labor No man will go fur timer than hu In efforts In their behalf but lie IK not Indulging In cheap talk of the Democratic type of hoodwink lug by mere promises and inlsropre mentations to catch a vote- EXPENSIVE TEA The Famous Golden Tip and the Wa It Is Obtained The tea looked like golden floss silk like shredded golden satin like time huff of dandelions dyed gold And Is this tea T said the reporter This time tea merchant answered is the best tea In the world nnd it Is worth 00 or more n pound for this sir is the famous Golden Tip Ill tel you why it Is so costly Every chest of the best dollar and a halt tea contains sonic handfuls of undeveloped leaves of sauill gold tip ped leaves called Flowery Ickoo Sort out from a chest these leaves wrap them a handful at a time In n square of Katln shake the satin lightly empty the leaves back Into the chest Cling lug to the satin remain a few golden shreds a golden fluff n golden lint You brush It off carefully Into n Jar You cull more handfuls of undeveloped leaves from another chest and filial lug them up In time satin you Ore again rewarded with somo more golden tlufT That Is fjolden Tip and by tie time you have obtained In thin tedious man ner a pouud of it it is no wonder that the exquisite proJuct is worth COO or 100 is It1 He shook thc tea about in its Satsnma Jar The fluffy golden stuff shimmered like satin 0ly em perors drink it he salt A cup costs more than a bottle of champagne New York Press CAPE COD A Nomadic Piece of Land That Is Ccn ctantly Changing Capa Cod Itself Island nnd like ev erything of a desert uature Is nomadic Like the Arab It is always cllontlv stealing away so that the appearance f time peninsula constantly changes The prevailing winds III the winter be- Ing from the north the snail Is blown couth in summer It Is blown tother way But the winter wlniln being stronger time land Is sracually work ing south Monomoy nt the lower end used to be nn island Its citremlV be- Ing called Cape Malabar a name not used nowwhy I cannot say This island of Monomoy Is rapidly growing toward Nantucket It having advanced some five miles In thc last fifty years Ono of the Rubes told mo that his father used to fish where the light Is now Of course yon can always strain Hubo talk and pick out about 00 tvr cent scdlaent but the old charts show that the point Is working south fast From Knocking About Capo Cod by T F Daly in Outing Magazine Sarsaparilla The druggist was serving a couple of men with sarsaparllla Did you ever stop to think where this delicious stuff comes from ho asked Sassafras lantltr they liaairdcd Sassafras nothing said tho druggist Sarsaparilla Is made of carzi roots and zarza roots coirie roth tbi C rYE BEEN KM COMPANYW1RNILLUM 1 LON6IDO BEL j EVE IM BEGINNING TO LOOI LIKE THE DEAR OLD SOUL umnronns swamps of UrazII Fearful swamps they arc smelly black mud mosquitoes In million snakes nnd crabs heat poison orchids fever And here the natives camp for weeks at a time gathering zarra roots for the sarsaparllla trade The vine runs along the sround the roots are located and halt of them are taken the remaining half being carefully covered with soil again so that they will sprout for nest year It Is because sarsaparllla like quinine prows In fever soil that It Is good for fever Procres Yes said Mrs Malaprop my boy Is doing first rate nt school 1 sent him to one o them alimentary schools and his teacher says hes doing fliuv lIes n first class sculler they tell me and Is head of his class Is gastronomy knows his letters by sight and can spell like one o these deformed spell ers down to Washington Whats he going to he when IIP grows up lie wnnts to be nn undertaker and Im Inclined to humor him so Ive told time confessor to pay special Intention to time dead language said time proud mother Harpers Weekly Not a Flier What bird is It asked the school Inspector that Is found In Africa anti although It has wings cannot fly The class was unable to answer this very puzzling question Thinking ti encourage them tIme Inspector offered n sixpence to time little boy or girl who helta1tlonher hand Woll my little dear said the In spector what Is It Please sir n dead nnLondon Fun Alarming Now dont tell im any story about misfortune nn wantln to be n hanl worker nn nil that said the lined faced lady I can see right through you Gracious saul Dismal Dawson I know I aint hail nothln to oat for tlree days but I didnt know it hal thlnnid me down like that Tender Touch A man who Is rough miami aIIanlIat everything else will n cacy anti skill greater than any worn ans when lit tins to patch n ten dollar blllAtchlson Globe More Than Equal Lady You look robust Are you equal to the task of sawing wood Tramp Equal Isnt the word mum Im superior to it Good mornlnS Chicago News- President Gompcrs and the Democratic Party President Samuel Gompers has al lied himself with Bryan and time Dem- ocratIc party Has he acted wisely Tho majority of the Democrats In tho national houso of representatives como from tho south Tho south is an enemy of union labor and believes In child labor Some southern states have no laws regulating the hours of labor for women anti children and somo have regu lations that are not enforced What does Gompers expect frftm n party dominated by the south What benefit can the rank and till I jf Inbor receive by following President 3ompers politically Wage Earner i c r hi L + + I ++ +++++ +++++ + flff+++++ + t+ t H KENTUOKYICo t INCORPORATED 1WIhh WIRE YOUR PU8E flT COST i ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN It HEALTHYi AND SAFE NO HOME- OR i BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD t- t BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN i+ + 1 + REACHji E G BARRASS Manager i+ +L WHEN a country becomes civilized it de typewriter When it becomes posted on comparative values it demands THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER The fact that The Smith Premier Typewriter is used in every civilized country on the t globe is not so important as the further fact I that the demand increases year after year I The reputation of The Smith Premier is I worldwide Worldwide use has made it so The Smith Premier Typewriter Go I Iii ci tuu r I teI 821 Pino St ST LOUIS MO an n ANTEDA RIDER AGENT and districtehibmt to sample Latest Model furnIshed by us Onraccntaeverywhcrere nuking money fist HriIsJorulIj4rljcuhzrs and INi4l at once Veshtptoallow TKN DAYS FUEK TItIAL during which time you may ride the tricycle and I Ikeepi IIajtoWe furnish the highest pjjjj bicycles it It possible to nuke1 fzc1QrIricesantee behind your bicycle I1O NOT BUY a bicycle or a patrol tires from axyont i costBICCLIIJ5ALEit8crnJrulIplowfrwswhen you receive our beautiful eatalrtrue and lIOuDleour pnces vraers fillets me HKCOND HAND HICVCLKS We do usually have a number on hand taken In trade at prices ranging from 83 to 8K or tLLI BRAKESIIlnllu wheels ImportedCOASTER of all kinds at Idf tM JU HEDGETHORN TornrnanucEoNLrI SR SELFHEALING TIRES The regular retail price of that lira it i fSJO trpair bUS to introduce we will lellJOU a sam lepair for 1180tash U i I ordn 1115 I NO MORETROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES j NAILS Tacks or dluss will not let tho air out Sixty thousand sold lost year Over two hundred thousand pairs now use DESCRIPTION Made In all sizes Itlsllvel and easy riding verydurablcandllnedinsidc wlih II sPecial nuality of fporous and which closes thmelrttreshiaveonhbecn11Immnduncturo treadWe fiedcuslomerssllltingthnt ttteetrtoe3ape strljI4 n up once or twice in a whole season They weiph nomorclllanto irovent rIm euttlnJ1Thill otholbytread The 0 per U ItiDiOI- he advcrtlslncpurposeswcaremaklnKasnecialfnctorypriceto il3 M rider of only 480 per same letter is received We ship C 0 D ort approval You do not n cent until you have examined and found them strictly ns represented We allow a eaRls iIIcount or 5 per cent lterell making the price SlS5 per pair If you send FULL CtShi WITh 011D111 ellcloe thIS RderUlCmellt We will also send one nickel brass hand pump Tires to be returned It JUII experse Ir for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as sale as in a bank order a pair of these tires you wilt find that they will The easier run faster WeIWe want to send ua a trial order at otter hence this remarkable tire otter ofItime speclalllllroduclory price above or write for our big Tire attd Sunary Catalogue which descrlbe1 and nil makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual bicycleDooffers we ore making U only costs a everything Write it J L MEAD CYCLE COMP CAtUJ ILL oo Anyone sending a sketch and description way quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Intention l a rrobnbl W Communion tlons coufldentlai HANDBOOK on Patents aecurlllllPAtentIatenlalllOI rUbout charge In SckiHific flincricattI A handsomely Illnstrslcd weekly lamest ely I clonlldo ourn Terms 13 a I nowadesierMUNN Ilratxa Ufflce SEEDSI Grown Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 years of successful seed growing behind them It pays ta the best- ScasonabheI Specialties BI3ANS Earliest Red Valentine 350 nushe- lRefugeeExtra Early 335 Bushel New Stringless Green Pod JJTO Ilushel Wardwelli Imp Kidney Wax 450 Bushel Davis New White Wax 1475 Bushel Curries Rust Proof Wax ISO Bushel PEASExtra Early Alaska 350 Bushel New Early Gradus 550 Bushel Herefords Market Garden o Bushel Buckbees Lightning Express jjoo Bushel v Lettuce lUdbb Tomato and a full line ol Seeds Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices I Send for complete catalogue or submit a o our requirements will quote prices I MoneyWrlle H W BUCKBEE1Z68 BtKtbct St Hertford Seed FUll RocUorf urftJ I I COOKING EXHIBITtON I I I H I I 1 I I Great Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Range I oisrorezF iON WEEK OCTOBER 19 TO THE 24 ONE WEEK i Jn FREEI OFQg WARE With every Majestic Range sold duringI this Cooking Exhibition we will give fib solutely FREE one handsome set of ware as shown This ware is is worth 750 if it is worth a cent We dont add 750 to a1 the price of the range and toll you you are getting the ware free but sell all Majestic Ranges at the regular price Remember i this is for exhibition week only Ware will not be given after this week This ware is on exhibition at our store andmust be seen to bo appreciated Come in any day during the week lIfi- kelour biscuit store your headquarters Have and biscuits with us Come if you intend to buy or not the information gained will serve you in the future CENTRAL GROVE Oct 13The funnels in this community are very busy sowing wheat The prulracud meeting will begin at this place Sunday Oct 19 with Rev 0 II lawrence pastor Mr Alney Ticuenor and master Pow oil Mr Worm Ticuenor and master Frank Mr Foreman Hcrryman Mr Definer Bishop and Mr Richard Tich enor made a pleasant trip to the Mam motft Cave last week AU report a nice tine Mr and Mrs Everett Tlclieuor Mr gal Mrs Vlnco Soft laid little daugn ttr Jnnevn Mr and Mrs Morris Snell i und MIDI Rutn Tlcnenor of this place Mr and Mr Orvlllo BMiop of Cen ttrtmvn Mr and Ms Fluldwi Tay i I i lor Mr John Iltilcy and Mr Theodur Hill Point 1leuwnt made a trip to tno locks on Rougi rtvr Sunday All sport u nice time I A little rtmigiter uf T P Williams Is quite uick Notice j The Ropnbllean Executive Committee of Onlo County Kentucky is GAllud to meet in the Court Home at Hartford on Saturday Oct 10th mos at 10 oclock a in to transact such business as may come before said meeting There will be important bow iness to be transacted and each member of the committee is earnestly requested to be present In person The candidates for county offices to be voted for at toe primary election are respectfully invited to attend wild meeting Tlila 20 day of Sept 1OS M S RAGLANI Camn J G KEOWN Soc 1112 BEAVER DAM jlXo sonool tills week on account of too leaciiurti atiendlng toe Institute at Hartford KyA I The school had a picnic In Muddy bottom Monday Mr nod Mrs J K Adam of St Charles are the guests of Mr and Mrs J B Williams for a few lays Mrnnd MYs O W Brunton of v Williams Mine spent Sunday in r i T f townMr A A Taylor Is giving a series if moving picture shows in his blgj black tent situated just back of Dr i UcKeuneys i Mrs J E Williams entertained time ailles Social Club at her home on the corner of Fourth and Layfette street Saturday afternoon I Mrs A n Creal on last Saturday organized a School Orchestra which promises to add much entertainment for tnis winter Mr C M Taylor went to Prontls Monday on business Notice I am just In receipt of a letter from the United States Civil Service Com mission dercctlug that Rural Carrier examinations be held at Hartford Ohio county Kentucky on Saturday Nov i 1008 Any one desiring to take this examination will please call at my office for the necessary blanks which blanks and application must reach tne Civil Service Commission Rural CurrIer Division Washington D Con or before Wednesday Oct 28 1008 M L IIBAVRIX Postmaster t COOL SPRINGS Oct 12Our teacher Miss lila Dunn Is atuuidinB the institute at Hartford tHis week Air and Mrs G W Benson anti hugiuer Miss Iva visited at Mercer Hines Sunday Mr Jos Rogers and daughters Misses Kthel and Minnie visited Mr Arthur Miller Sunday i Little Miss Mlable Neal has been quite sick Mr Floyd Rogers visited in Butler iti j iuurday dud Sunday Mr mid Mrs Birch Wilson were tue guests of Clarence Dunn Sunday i Mr RIgdon Dunn and family spent Sunday at Mr Joe Fultons j Mr and Mrs Willie Stevens visited at Beaver Dam Sunday I Mrs Man da Tichenor is on tne sick list I Miss K Newton of Beaver Dam Is t visiting her sister Mrs Lada Newton I I BUFORD Oct 1Hev O M Shultz filled lila regular appointment her Saturday ind Sunday Little Edwin flail Blab has been quite tick but Is Improving Misses Nettle nail Hutu Riley ofl Hartford attended c1 urrii itre ands dined it Mr A T Hells Sunday Dresses R J and J N Chinn visited relatives mid friends nt leaver Dam from Saturday till JJonday Mr Hicks ot Sutherland was hero Saturday nlgnt anti Sunday I Mr Wither King anti filially of Dolls Run and Mr Tliden Wiglngton and family of Pleasant Ridge visited Mir Ben Wigington and family Sunday Mr Clarence Patton and fiimlly of Reach Grove Is visiting nls parents Mr and Mrs Hob Patton tnls week Miss Edith Conley of Memphis rcnn Is visiting her mother Mrs Hoy Richcson of this paci Mrs IMidlttton Holbrook and Miss Eva Rober Owennboro visited Mr J D family Sun dy Miss HCF of Sinnluy visited Miss nell Holbrook Sunday Mrs Olivia French attended the Dweiifcboro fair Ves Dickens of near WI1Hcsvtll- Is here looking for a location that wit suit borers purcliiuilng Mr John Petty our teacher here ind Miss America Boll are attending the teaonurs liistituot ut Hartford this week j SUNNYDALE Oct 14 Several from here attended the fair at Owensboro Inst Meek Mrs Alva Crumes and baby otSprln Lick are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A B Renfrow this week Mr A Ml Weatherford is having n nice residence erected The debate nt the school house Fri day night was quite a success iH Mr Kit Shane and family ot Grnyso county are tile guests of Mr JfftT Wilson and family Miss Dena Gravesof of Miss Mattie Wilson last Sun 0 I y L Y day lies ors Jotin Dnffron and George Lee returned none yesterday from Alabama Viola Westerfleld and Alble Baugiin went to Hartford yesterday WYSOX Oct 14 Everything is dry and rain is needed badly Miss Rhoda and Miigglo Williams spent Sunday with Mtes Pearl Daven portMrs Matilda Fulton spent Sunday afternoon at Mr R V Davenports Miss Pearl Davenport Is Improving Mrs Kate Nelson went to Roches ter shopping last Thursday evening Esq Render not a Candidate To the voters of tine Centertown Magisterial district The question is being asked whether or not I am going to make the race for reelection to the office of Justice of the Peace Owing to business affairs I decline to make the race Thanking my many friends for past favors I urn yours very respectfully a H RENDER Miss Katherine Jones our stenog rapher spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents Air and Mrs J C Jones near Rochester Mr CortIs Porter has sold his farm just outside the city limits on the Beaver Dam pike east of town to Mr Emmett Rhoads Mr Roads will take possession at once Mr Porter will move to Evausvllle Ind Dr David W Gaddis Republican nominee for Congress in this the Fourth Congressional District will address the voters ot Ohio county at the court house In Hartford on Monday octob 26 at 1 oclock p m Come out hear the Issues of the day discussed rj one of the ablest of KentuckysJ ora ti I The remains of an Infant was found In an untucd well at Hchbls the l first of the weekDr Riley of this Facts About the Great Ma= I A It is the only range in the world made of Malleable and Charcoal It has beyond any question of a the largest and best reaervoiiT It uses about half the fuel used on other I ranges and does bettor work by far The Majestic All Copper Nickled Reser vior heats the water quicker and hotter than any other It is the only reservoir with a removable frame The Charcoal Iron Body of the Great Majestic Range lasts three times as long as a steel body Being made of nonbreakable material there is no expense for repair fug the Majestic ASTor baking it is perfection not only for a Jew months but for all time to come A great Majestic Range lasts three times as long as a cheap range but it dont cost three times as much ProofWe dont ask you to take our i word for tiny of the above statements but if you will call at pur store a man the factory where Majestic Ranges made will prove Ito your satisfaction fromI these are absolute facts and will show many more reasons why the Great tic Range is absolutely the best that money can buy 5 EVER WELCOME EVER WELCOME L EverDamK H iOct61eawhers Holbrookjuti SlIturlluyjt- 1r Dundeoathag- uest Misses Frljday torsI jestic Range IronIdoubtt practically YBODY YBODY place was culled and an autopsy was red but It resulted in nothing tout n would disclose the Identtty of the t child As it was badly decomposed and a impossible to determine either Its sex or color t A twoyearold hoy of Mr FInley t WhJitaker ncjij Point Pleasant got a grain of corn In Its windpipil one t day last week from which it suffered v intensely Drs Pendleton and Uley were cal cd and perforjned ayery de n licate operation by making an Incis t slon Jn them throat and removing the obstacle Tiho child got relief at once and d last account was recovering nicely Quito a little excitement was created last Friday morning by tile ringing of the fire alarm and tno announcement that Mr C M Crowes residence was ou fire Quito a crowd responded but when the scene of the fire was reach ed it proved to be only some broom sage In an adjoining lot to Mr Crowe1 house The fire was soon extinguished little or no damage being done although for awhile the flames rolled high and it looked as though It woud result In something serious How tee fire originated is not known Mr Mack Cook of Arnold announces this week us a candidate for the nomination for Magistrate in the Cromwell Magisterial district subject to the action of the Republicans at tho primary election to bo held on December 1908 Mr Cook Is one of the substantial citizens of his beau ty and has long been one of the pro minent Republicans ofthe county HeI asks d consideration of his claims and promises If nominated to use his best effort for the success of the Re publican party- Hartford jJ is certainly one of the most Inviting places In Western Ken lucky for tho Investment of surplus money There are plenty of nice building lots for sale at reasonable prices and houses would either rent orae1 readily There la hardly n daybut that there arecallsfqrihbuses Vo have plenty of good pure water 1 J and as nlco a people as can be found nywnero We have four churches wo good mills a well equipped light nd water plant a number of good business houses and as fine and up Ddate college as can be found any Vero Our new railroad will be completed by tno first of the year and hen with our splendid steamboat na agation our tnivnllng accommodation annot be excelled 0fen looking for location can do no better titaq come o Hartford whore aliearty welcome is always extended EDISON EHONOGRAPRS I have accepted the agency for the Edison Phonograph and Records for lartford and will carry an ample itock of each at all times will also urnlsh any part or repairs D6any Und of repairing Crowds attend my free exhibition of Bryan Taft and other records everyday Come today as Ita the talk of the town withtheand up on terms of 100 a week e11Cqrher yr Jewetrjbusiness i S YZ