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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t r i I t I idr p S J tf bzrtferI Uqubucan lif FneDoti Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OP ALL TllE PEOPLE OF OIIIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year 11 fVOL XXI HAltTFORO OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOYEJIBER 61908 No 16 rr REPUBLICAN TICKET BRYAN WORSE DE Kentucky Goes Lack to De niOcracy I Republican Congress Elected to- 7Stand With New Pres ident The olectioit last Tuesday resulted in as great i land slide for the Republicans ass four years ago The only ditferonco being that In some States plUl1lhes were not so large tittle inollltrs they wore larger New York ve Taft over 200000 majority witlch was about 28000 tnme than It gave Rooseyolt Governor Hughes was reelected bY 7000 nut jor- Ity Taft will have 309 surJ elfjlturJul votes and may nave 327 Missouri seems to bo tho only dopbtful Store and 1t ls claimed that lotI eectortnl vote wlllnhogo to Taft wileI will bring he total up ti 327 It s believed that to purituty will lie ovt r 1000 000 Thls Is liJtlucn WOI1j defetttau Bryan apstaifcl the last rhno no riif- ttor PreIMntrl lo Democratlected theIr StatE lclte tin Indiana although the Sao will give ILR acnturllll vote to tho ltepubJlcanf It t ell1frIL they have ullo ettcfcd llL Governor In- Oslo and have reQiheted Governor Johnson in 1Dntle itri woilo apoituhe other hand ltopubncwus have edi Gtivernurlti Mlbshiu uhd wilt a United States Eenwtor Tliu gllal bttter thought fur tee RepubJl Ohio county Is tuuut they have fllflt to curry Kentucky Bryauil plurally- fu this Stato will be nbuut 10000 The Eleventh COngrtsalOunt diarurt rolled up holmmense majoIily or 22000 cud otyer Republicna JlrIUI18- Qf We Slate did woilbut we fulled t0 hold Apr own lm tite autos itilLln tut western 1nI rur S Qii Vo 11 have three of the ulevoJ1 cougllHi men having lost tlc Third dh- itrlct by a small plurality resulting tithe I defeat of Dr A D Jnmer Thu- mtuority uf DllIJoJnwlI over Dr Gaddio boiug about 3500 will at of the countlt in this unit of 3o dis rtcit rolled up trpilendid Itepublieaii nih- jorhtyea Hardin couutyl and otbercuun tics In eke upper cud or tbtl district I came JP WWI unpreeIdenteci mujorltlea for thu DtA eints In the Fhtt Congressional djetriot where sumo Repub deans thought tIJ Democrats WtJlI going to wte for Taft UII necourt or the tobacco troubles the Domocrau rc- celved the largest mujoritles which have ever been known proving conclusively what many atepubllcansnald at tuo rime that the tobacco wan would not nave any elrlct On tllc- prOldfut1I1 occtiolj Tlcro will be uoohangehx the UnilfIiSuLt911 Soha10- uhdI the House of Ropretwntatives will havo about ilio eambmajorIy for the el1hllx which they now have SWtiker Cnn on was reelect cd by iL large nmjoray not wltAutnIUng th- ebitter ngbt which was made ngnipst Hint I- SinlthJobns 4 lInll anti MMES Pdulima- Sinlth wuru thinned att the huuo of tJo brulo near Coraho JutriWai1uGsllay nflellloon a14ca4Smlbit Is nslater of former editor C E Emita until ts iv toast orarnrlg IIII 1rJ11y eultwed young ladyBtr juhlis t pro 1oroua young Iulii140Sl muui anti holds Ull 1mpOIhLllt1OIiUoli wlri t0- 1C R 1L at Qonttal City wiecvtey- wrili milifo their future route gGto weddhgyllst quiet tftear rLt1cult nHV dtt tae ItttrtatgfrdiginiIT- 11oR0pubiIcaf ext uI1s COIJ I tlops a jOo Roaas The I O3 its wol TO greatee road buljders Obo tQ1I1 uI uveo3t- 1rc4i t1cool1J68tlltn1 ttiey eawti1b neeettaxy of pitting eL pad s t e 1Jm thotChios Ot Itdry u d ttriIR tnOy acquired jPr4hncesyinFrtne G nianY at1di n llIug th0yanw ler heeds ot good roads dyer yJ1ch o tranno t their nuI11Uons of wartooa BtuUatogl1rrhion had ltT1uttis hnd nr trains Ilring olloof those old warrIOrs over to America today and let him take a 10911nt our roads He wouid- wd4tder if it were pQIslllo for ncivU izet3country to carry atnytitig over so J t1utheSpringatld- PaI1 thatroads In manylaceIJ are i1UfE ble inakng the fnrlners the prey SWEEPS COUNTRY SEATED THAN EVER or apeculators who know that they can surely boost the price of certain commodities because although the crop Is plentiful nevertheesa It is not avaIlable forthin market on account of bad roads The good roads commission row meeting In Pals should furnish ADler il1QiJ with u good many practical Idetos end the results of the commission will bo watched with Interest Tb increase fnpoPulation In an address delivered at the con terenco of governors Ill AVmttingtot- ithoprodiction wns made that trIO United States will In 1950 have It population of more that 200000000 This oftaboutaunual lnniilgrhtion or 750000 fllIere Is no question as to the dl mluisning rate lit natural increase but if the present population Is 85 i 000000 there wU1 cerwlnly bQ added to It more than 45000000 In tile next fortytwo yours unless natural growth fs Sroppod altogeteur and that II hot probable Tnere vIi bu tut Increase In that tlmo or quko 20000000 frtitn Immigration rood II Is not ulrJIUOlIl1 btu to asumo i It tiler e will ho not less tHan 40000000 front natural growth lIhe popuhutnn or tat Uadted States wHi roach 150000p00 by It u muddle l of the prueont CpIIUr and it is nut likely to halt thoreoE1tSoi Jour i nnl Th eter Sbroetq Mr Emop nod Miss Pearl Tnonllll li1nlrl If nt Ue Monte or til lfrldu1n Ilrt tdtit six o lock WOlllle day UnrntTg1h ceremony be i trig performed hy RovN r Jones Dr Hone Bu11 ot Iiufv d and nAA Florence JogcH of Drnkesb0rfiK3 weirtier a endatttH I11tlll1lto friends or tau bride and bridegroom were invited Ours Thomas is a daughter of alt E P TIOlnas illlll One uftiO bolll18 or IhuifoId tvuiie- Mr Sebroecer Is fit tle hood or tia- profo5etou oil n photographer Tiler left Ihtuediately for n two yeks wsd ding trip RC1er wlilchl trey will rlt- Ul1l to Hartford to make tieir future home Vote of Ohio County Plovem her 3 1908 i t n a- is q g Q PRECINCTS T o yfE Hartford 7197 147 194 145- 1v Iartford yllili lit 165 112- Beda lOa ilIa 100 Sulphur SlirlllSS 159 107 158 106- Magiut i 72 41 72 41 Cromwell 539 72 139 72 Cool Springs 5S iiI 69 liS N Rockport 1p itl 89 141 88 8 Railcfhrt 1 98 102 flS 102- Seluct 3 82 45 83 45 Wnle Bralch 5 131 JJ 131 90- I1osito q 212 72 212 72 Beaver Danl J3 107 112 109- 1V fu ver Dam 21i 122 i24 124- MIeI9dmry 4149 93 19 93- Centertown 0137 930 1373G- Sm11 i 4 6G Iii Cli E FordivIflc fJlG4 S6 164 82- MV Fordlvute 101 11G 102 IN i 3l I 31 i- sSI1eve5 r 0tht0 69 75 taton 81 71 81 11- Dutr11 65 S7 56 87 Ikivtlatt 11 lOg iQG lOG lOG UEf1Ui a 52 lit li2 61- Coralvn 49 n roO J1 PlRnalnut + 1If 51 63- i arrows 21 69a92 69 Ill Italptt 378 iDo 78 100- 1Prentts 3 Cg 71 cS 71 1urh4rr h 38 liT 36 07- Arnolityt 7 40 79 40 W 3 7ii f47 75 47- e j l1 01 t 4 i33t i Ji19 3316 2768 JThjQt Republican Democrat prolfltltloni Sociahut Socldds1 Ln borrPeoplea Party and fiidependonzs- LQuJue 1 give 1 the above table only We vote byttbo Republicans and Demoerate atltough each one of tho other candidates rficelved some scat a terwc voto lnn the county Tho Pro i Uibltlgnbtroto was50Soglahi5t co y Peoples h 3601 tbqSo- callat vote 26 weeo cast tV6st Beaver Dam and 22 pt jUol1tr i ii J 5 CELL DOORS WERE UNLOCKED UY HUSBAND A Bad Axe Couple Who lire Act- Ing BadiyWife Eloped With flusb3ndsBrother Bad Axe Mich Oct 31l am opening the dour of tnls cell so tltat ngaltllYouJoseph Smith to his wife Allco IS lie unlocked tile door that kept hoer In tile county jail I um glad to gl nut said Dra- SInITIi but I love CJJluly end I wlU go wJt1I him Stuitn walked to another earl of tUe jail and jIlt wire followed Ha looked through the burs at his brother Charles Smith J all going to et you out lie said- as lie unlocked the door Charles cable out bUt said nothing Mr Smith joined him nod they walked away together Tile dramatic Jail incident is thocll- tnnx of strango story ot love Cllllt- l1 tvns the wotnttits first sweethenrt but lo Jilted her for another Theo sloe married Joseph hut WUOll her sstefinlnw died sio ullJI11J1 with G axles re couple were arrested IUt paced In jail JQSOpri HOW lduEes to Prosecute Iou Sheriff said ho did not want to be tt one r0 I t itlrn oul but tot If JOupn was deteittttrol he could II them lilt oininulf Then he funded hem 1te keys and the reanse came Mt 1ui I w let is Wlfl out JOII helped net oil whet oc r coat JOsopi she said you hptva IIHI- I gdiod friend to one U I ever need u frond again I tvll come i you Moses must Have Smitten the Dry land A most singular phenmnena was wllnEffd last Phursday on the t1rm- It MrAttdy Lxwsrn tilt the idille Rut pike In tte west end afttee- cunty OwIng to the o nttnuans- drsuti the ponds and wells cat 11r- Lnrvsons farm lUll gwte dry and ho- was driving Lds stock to titer aunt was getting drlllking water just any Wore that cmrnedlty mltlll be tutid- when to his annazetuutt sail great jay on the tluy mentloncd a spring IIllJlte out on Us plate near the lithe ruu- nlitg an alllndl1ro cf tte clearest fund finest wter nIl rqmlng a- brauelu trouES ills farm The stuunge Part d the matter Is that even In Uw woW 1 Treatorer IlIdloaU us tf a- stterfni being near 1ls ilRCe vwts ev et ubservcd JIr LdwSQIL tb coerj4- ett anti has gone about to neigtbor- hucd telllLg 1Clr tf the snrlng and tillit he ucw hM plenty or nrtter und Is Inviting everybody to uomo and tell temselveuQHard dsburl + Herald Methodist Sunday School Entertainment After tho regular services at the JIotltodlst Sunday School lost Sunday morning a nice program was rundured- conaisti g of niwrt takes by Mehers- Rowaa Holbrook JOIlI1 It 1Vllsou nudl- Mrl Join n 1Vilsod Too quartette rendered It huautiful election fo low edby it svltndhbolo by M Z Wnnoi Griffin The Lttlo folks tHou tafaedthe uudieneO with aaoigwinch was wul sung Tue prognun wlfllm WilD bot1 Iutereatting and iostruche was well receivid by a large lIudieIJlu The A S If E Fixes Prices At to National laeettng of tie A s ur E at Mllpnukse ice mtnlmam price tens flied on varlnus tetra pro dtratO nplllylhg or course to the near ott warket MIJ follows No 2 wheat 110 per busbel OJte 66 carte n Luskol- Rye 80 cents n buete- 1Yntro boon 2 U bUIiJe111- I1II11 potAtocs 76 cent a bushel Sweet tiofato tlher bushel Catglob G50 per 301 pound- i i U g- Suep s T Jer lQO p 5to 0 per hundef Jftnloty 15 rr0r ton No prices were fixed on cotton tar bnrcu nod otttol erofi which Ilro re- tetrrcted to lirudted nreas rind uro iron tied by 1tat1cl1loclatlons rsLf1wIt J Harry Setz the o ihooutatuf- acturor for 1 pnroii itufactures law giving the same fo 1 uarante- eof wtIity for u ns for roodst it 1s int9estiitgtononce that ttio IutcfI1atlou l Stewards As ItIfd soclatlon tins come OUt Ili strong sup I Pprt or tills pure goods measure- 1Aftir prlllBlng tile lure food law a3 n great step In Amerlcan ladurtryl l1ulllt1iu HillljPJM Wo need n f rrenclllIg law mnikn- gita misdeloeanor punisnublo by l11I or lmprlsontnent or both for any tnhnufacturer tolnlllrCIIeEeUI In anyway trio gouda te makes IAa afr Solz who Is willing to tniike ills great snow factory tte first l0- dustry affected by tIlls law says tin flo o t mall url1 ctln el woulll 1110 0 sub a fiure tnaaufncturers awt no best mtufacturera would welcome 1L sort or lives rhatgualiobtees us- iiullty ill the wings WI cut uughc 111sn to tnsue us from fraud lu tip things- wia wear f BullockOverhulti- Mr Lee B Ovechulta and Muss NI pd Bultcck d Sntailhous were quietly malTled In the parlor ot the Now Ocmmercl31 IlClel at Hartford List Vcducsday at 230 oclock Rev O- Mlshultz speaking the words whdeli untied the lives and harts rf the hap pyj couple Mir Ovenhults Is a refined cultured and flCCJl1IplbihCll gating ufrnier who enjoys greatppitl- arity mong his nioiy acgntinfiotcesM- 11ds Buttock Is one or titc utcst pap CJI1II1IUnlljTt4jcongralulntkD8 and hest w 15Le- sSUNNYDALEI Nov 4ltcv Dailey filled hle up- ilclntntent at Jiarvins Cliapeb 511nhuy- 1Me are needing rata very badly Mr Marlon Jlartln lOf Sulphur SPrings has moved int the t lieuIrgcently vacted by 111 A n f1nvPMlr md 11rs1 W llIrrelt and cjllldlfII Llzzie hurl Aubrey of Ma- gnu were tie guests of air b 1- 7Baughn and loudly Sunday nd Mrs Culll Acbm and laugliter of Duntlee were the guests cf lies Actons parents Mr md Mrs lark Reurrow Sunday JiroOLe P3crs or Co II 3rd Itog= uncut at EdllJ11e returned hamo yesterday to he the guest cf his parr cuts Mlr and Mrs Fern Powers Mr and Mrs UalllIli QUIIUII or- Youll1allwo u llf gUn lt ti r it Dui cults Barents Mr and Dirs File Utn- tanrccwtay JiroJ Ih 1Vtison is llllIg a akin residence erected FR1EO LAN xj 2Iretrscied l1Wellt hegsto- I IIOl dituteit ylstettlay lt IIUYul- Jy Itev lIYo tIO drought ctontint1eli Ilill litlt water Is Itcumiug bearce M v Ruy sanoibsco IIi tatc idae and Miss Rhdlu St CIatror Ohttou were ntaruIed o11 last Sunday nprnlnt tit to nnne of the brides lauvrnts- Mr and 3hw J I Sl Cietr MV- 1ou diet fpr tntlU IL utpt future air tllRs trailerfPruteotlUK- iti coos is Vll1lt1111 In tuts uelgnbor hood tots weelt and tttoadiog tote lio- tiacted meeting Totmorrow Is OhL IOAdny Tnwe- oheere In udvnnSc forV11 Taft AU Itevior Corpse LExplOded Wreellng W a November 3 One uf too exulting foatulee Of t e- oleoion here to thatvrai inn spuutau oetHl oombtatloR of a corpse neur 11tH- vu isg ldaco0L au e1e tmt IHeClnc- lI1ll lIJ tun v otinl and ward healer to Mxttelr eftarta 4r JI 8 lIt tlnw The b1ly w0s tat of Frt nk lerrer It had just been IIIOIfl1C tor burial and tiu ornlAuimgnntd coupled wtth the m0dtciuoe used in tie diptharutlp- cowlcter of the case was tatd to IIQ he eau Tho o fin was alnxrt blown to pie ornd it wa wiw U1 Lieu y UlILt tte ltef ot the deal 111811 kept hu corpse flmll kerning Estray Notice El1io Curtis of thl town of ROII IOn KY rtbte ludr oatI tilm on the 29tb day of September 19bS Po took up hsttuy cow tlit hAd broken I Into his field Daserlbutias follows dart br lido tncolor about tan yars I old wolgot about 850 t900 Iwuuda- Swidkwtork and undorbit I 1 right car crop and lilt In left car deaurned Valuedat 1S90 Yr D M Whit of- Rockliurt14 p trWJilTJJ ERNIE CUR lS Subscribedbanddeivornto byErnl0 I CurtIs ttndrDf f1WbIto bofor iwo this thirtyfir duyof 1908 i 1504 J H r tLES 1 P 0 Co CLOTHES TIED IN lARD KNOTS Experience of aYoung Man at Sweet Hearts Home It has Been Said that Love is BUnd but Here is One Lover that Saw Things Cuutelton fad Oct 31 They say tiun love is blind but ono young man of this city certninly saw tillngt at thu home uf his stveotwenrt Iet recently and very sura logo II tugs I toy wore too It Is IIlso reported teat toe young ltliill Vita nut the only 0110 that thW the lIhldlltg wrlle tlC more slCIJtlrlll Ill nllt IoblelO tout OVIl lw saw il Last week whr11 the faintly washlllg had been hung 1111 the litre and the Indy of tJ h0nso sorted III tna door she disruruied that nil til clutuos were tied JII lard knots Nothing was tiougnt or the twcurre11cu tit te tllll hut IIlwr she ulltll te kltns and igdn started jHlullJ sr wow liat ttey wen agdn + itlllIlItl amt foist v If1 Sundry IIIS1 tIIIII and with it tro young tar n loud as le nod is snout esrt wore tBrig lot vi pi0lnr- inllttrg It was Oi8CIIerd Unit tOO yoUug ladys aide Willi 1urti becouing fled tin very hrtrtl knots Point toe young man wns surprised c ertnlnly- k tes wltiont sayhig lie sat speechless wuwflllIg too 11 lOt II being tllll ai Afterlatvhllovvn tuuai ill fu11nd tout ills work load beau hi vniu IlK tJtI IUIUN wore ngnin tied as so11 ia tie turned 1rUlIIIII Thu- yewng user tOil got two articles of elottug mill idol Oue till enc I shIH of- no cuir and be eclllos that ono of tiem jUnIlcd over tM unir aunt was tied III II hunt before ids eyes Tllf yutun lrIall had III dfltllo to ro vivO tb Old tinie Lolff in whale und WI1thtJllf butie berilllle frlgto- toud aid sOtu sprvod Ih0 tale lIollld the town and a llod ot IUIIII people Olin collected III thOUfO tn 1405 tile wonder but tile wnllcler or vvnaT ever It iras tefured to perforluI nt- tpntt hue lint tto ruxt day Tito same Thing appencd ngaht 9nrl other panO pie WHIjIt called SI nllli trey vl11Cd ro atory l1lfl quite a crowd Willi 01- jOltell acid nil dllcllm tHat Lucy saw the kun1H bolug tied After the young 11111 lJtuIIIIorueI- L frt11 want to bl r11b1u awl lied 14 1 llIg maueiarless in hard knots ttnd Iw11C11 10 f nrrtt it be- thougrt the IIRIIIJt wns after Jlm stile and when 501110 uC ita frieude refused co bulleie tb ory ItJ beenuw- nugry and oCt red to lick tiro entire lIllIlCII It It aid thrt tho Catholic grits was tt11ei in tu HOI ttt5 exentemen hut lII refused to oltaer affIrm UIl1flIY top story It is SIJti tiro hsnut llls UOW coaavl porfnmhg or gone On nstrike HIPjt10ltInK lns IJJu heard of It lately and tile young man c1 make nM culls regularly althcugt Ie may he afrtlill- ttJ go home In the dark Sunday School Notes In lost weoke teurt of Setrohe W iN toad made n sUhCripioli to the orgeuoleaion work tAds yer the HartI ford M E So IO 11l1wittPlI TIirIcontribuJou wse t340 thu 4U B Scioo hose seit 100 allure report UUllnI will nftd tu I6fpod 11111I Toro the year Ia out Some of Eo4e workers aril likely to be ha- tue county before ohrlritmaa and any lKI1OOt desltdag tfdt eeerioos will pleae Write tiles Anillo lhVtton Her fortlDont forget tllut averber 9tI Is tae Fifths 9UMday fe aikt t r wmd- stitrtetcc diY r1 Prclrvrc a 8r11- IIr ISI1it and tuxke OLUui vi dh oitu tsit SoDdltn 5AewIt ruadz t Sehosl New- to t1 COUtySsrre eoy tits Auhi- ePatin for lutihiLcat lull Htkbry t nltuyreiool 11Jj 11Itid- tho CronnvoJl lb6aict AfiInlatlcl to hoMo iettIItul1 iO lnlotiti1 tAUnt Qn the uftfnOOn or Novtrmer- 22a0 190t Olaks your nTllnS Iunt- MNotTGO to so if Uld toWed HuntingdohiTe ii Oct 27Alt In tereathig Marriage tId result or love I lit first sight In which the groom was n nonagenarian nnll the bride less thaI halt that age uccurred III this city Saturday morning being ono 01 toe climaxes of tile last day or till Carroll County full Tle groom Is Samuel U Barlow IL voterau of the Mexican R Civil wars and who hots reached the extreme ago of 91 yearn About tureo months ago 3li Barlow lost his first wire who Imd been on invalid for sev oral years tlld the aged luau became lonesome and pitied for n companion to comfort him during hit host days on earth Ono tiny during the fair while SClltt among a crowd of fair visitors In the courthouse ire became acquainted with the lady wilO three days rater became hits bride She was tiers Missouri Mer- rett of this city Jlr Bnrlow asked permission to sit beside tier and re buest Wilt grnmell Ito the conversa- tlou taut ensued Dlr tuorlow asked re Jiierrett if sloe was married and silo ruplted In tile negative Ho In formed her tat he lens aso uiouu In rile world and sold tIt probably she was tile woman Co wllutel1 A propocai followed and Mhs lrrltt usketl for rllltIel time as It viaH III sudden rIBarlow LU led UIIIlI1 oer lot It lily 0r two amid toe ulirm was rl1ngoll Notice Repudllcans All or the IlPl1lblkuII cUllllllhuls for Tile inrtuua cuutty uffire5 load for llitgls rate uud Cnst bet o notified to meet the usdnr slgued SuhCllntmtt tee RI te Court i fuse in Hartford Ky Friday Nov 24tot tU 10 ooockI- I U1 st wIden time O eadltlates will draw for lseiti1n toll the ballot for the towing prlmany election null tte election uffktors Inspeotora and clilllllnguls to fUIve fur stll0l election will hl1 HJIHctlld lie CUI11Iriates nrot requested to agree UIIOI1 n list or fjlec Lion ofnrers InspeetotA and ctrl1engels for each Itruetact It lntslble audH- Ub111it the Name to tilt subcmuutftteev- vitn tucir end11Heuient It is thought float till estuiutto for expeilsiis In eo1- 1tluctmg till prlntnry oecufut is toe suaail and Innrfine etiCl maglstorlni- dlstrlct will be nseorped 600 to he apportioned JllllOUg tile candidates for tout office frotil eilclu district Reepeccfully ll S RAGLAND- M L IIEAVItIN C Ml DARNEPT WYSOX Nov Duo Tuck tlllld his togn- lar IIfJllOllIlIIUIEt Ilt Wrx Cnrledua church Suutlay alll1 Sunday nig11L- Mr A J Davenport and wife vtieit- ed Mr Lxytou Vtliiams uusr HOllO well Sutidny- Mts SmllallU Shultz Jana moved to Butler ecuuty to llvo with her daughter Mrs Edna 11iison- Mr amid Mrs Shelby Nelsan wore the guests of Mfrs Lee XolJ1I Tues dayMiss Perri Davenport visited hEr sister root Monday until Vedueaday A large uod fiml here attended the speaking at ILnUJII MVodnesd y Mrs SahlL Nelsuu spent last Wednesday with her ntotdter Mrs IL Y- DJollllCrt Mr Billy Growharger and Muss A- ula Mir Iuttlor Mains anti tSndly- of Cool Sprhtgs took IIllluCl with Mfrs Rob PftIJI SU1IIl1- n y System Measures Success aUotaih Interesting roUIJ Letweeu husinesr- teetemi aii hU81WtI suoes It was found tar onpIlrtl of too ruinil merchants in Oein dill not UN otliIlt- registers and that tuMfulrth8 or- t1u recent failures of arna1 dealers were from among Vtle onethlrll Tan lIk of IImhltsll system seemed earner ot latbr to result lu the mercbanCs- rolure River Banks Caving in and Court 4- house in Danger Pine fluff Ark November 30w lug to a sudden rise in tla Arknneas river t H ilg bucks iu front ot this city sic ti vug ill r pidiy and tote heart or the bu iI ess section is threAt seed with dthu tOt 1ae caving has reacted toe rear rat +IfIlffel1 1U- CGult7 ooYrt bueb Ilnd fiG ultr M orIC the banksI r1IG A R Notice Prestou Morton PoItlNo4 will havo a meoting lit 2 OChiek p rat Sitturdny hove 7th 1908 Ilt Gouttflall to suleototlcont fur tbYQIW 1909 All eoldLru are reitt t JrJJ ned to uttond Dy order or ComluonderP POurim it 1tF JIt I i i Hatttord Republican c M BARNETT EDITOR = xsrszoisEb Cusssbslaaa 4 0 RouCh L rwr 0 FIUrJAY NOVI1IlYEtG The peollO rule Do the rule I fmy do Tile 1 told you so Ulan sins bad U good run this week England musci1as 1ttd1Y ovar- ber pools as over leT atI ete3 King Peter Miuuld feel better now that bo knows Servn UUbut uuuugn powder to rm a cteup bomb It will be very difficult for Mr Hearst tp kwp lIhuiot bororo the public now tilllt too elution II over It is agreed lIy alI tut Mr Gompe committed a very give blunder wnea lIe sougHt to drug Union labor nrco politics TIle amt Wilt isttuut hit lIreakfut so w can mink lJotterfUlIl that ho has given himself muutehlng to think about The CtJlalgo llurgyulhn w4 o bc- lieves tWlutletll Iutllly CIlUrcl1fS are to be run wlWoUt tau std of allgII would never dp for the twaterb t business Ropu1Jllcnn t oten ht every prechu in OHio county should see to k r the cuudldamo wru nII to IlohlUIt the primary elllwll Wltll tie Use of money ant in uxmaois Iii + t gtva a clJlIUCI to dirgrtte ns psnTY by b hug glen It paeo un II county ticket Ohio county etnriiiliug last Tuesday wltu the grollll Rpublicaa majority a nwi It has evor given In u I presidential year East and West Hart ford made a net gulp over the Willsoni majority of 38 rowing up till enormous majority of lOG for Taft in the two JrCClnCla Although the prosideutlal electIon it over Oulo county Republicans will not be through with tile trials nut tribulations wHich awmd polite al con tests until lifter till primary election Dlc 5th WlttHl tlllt Is over we stall prey to be gtvtru a long and much needed rest i Moth parties chitin Utat they had very little funds In the late preSlden- tllli election Tile time is almost here when tliose cammpaig1n must be run without money exOtllt for legitimate purposes nut they tad just ns well be J getting use to that sort of u clean campaign Very little Is needed out andjI1ostngeNow tloat We election isover we stould begin tp devise ways and means 101 boom lug Hartford and Ohio county With tile new rlll1roadHart lord should trice on new life and our business men should reorganize the Commercial Cub and wako nn effort to gut sonic manufacturing establish nienUs In our midst nit to Increase our prosperity in all directions I Some of our IhartfordDemocratlc- frlend Jmvlug read 00 Sm Icy hi tine Courier Jourun became so sanguine of tile election of M Bryan thnt they offered tu bet swot money IIUCIl trttes as New York Ohio andI Indiana Ve lIre vt ty glad however o Io all till toIlniesult To our IumierOuc friends wo extend otu profound synt8tuy lu this tHeir I Ire Iseaveinent 11ehauo nnluclhua- ttwi tvNtlJlr to crow over tno election trlourbow to the result of tIle intlot prtsl dent Tuft w1l1 It are prtsldtut of all Mill WI ltrlkt ti It before liO Is into emir msuy uluntil he will ho esteemed liS dghly by our DomoernJc friends III wall tie gent c broad minded Sutt temperaItleKinley Those Itepubllcuns vkl o expected 10- flO a great reductllll of tho Democratic Vntu In WeAerJl Kentucky because of tne tobacco troubles wer- Very much disnppulsited People a n rule do nut ennuge their poUtIc for suet reasons especially when it could nut III twisted into n national hue In our humbe opbiieu tile Iw- llubllclln pnrty would have beat several tlmousumd votes better oft In Kentucky at tills election bad toot I speakers stuck tp national issues On last oonduyittyofthe Hurt ford colored voters wore furnished wit buttons beating the Inscription remes her the DrowJlvlleI1Cfalr Theile but tons WOW urnlsted by Delnoeratl- lteadquarlers apd Wiro dished ouc to the colored boys by dUIDOClttiJc point clans Many oftUteni were worn un- Ahml1lty and TUlJtRY but they tiOl to iuvu had ho VCgreuteffeatont- he develollmellnt ire he4wo Hartford preclacts They will lie up k and framed to be prevented to the Don ocnttlc Campaign CummUtee as sou ventrs of the 1908 campaign how thatutluniz over and Mr Bryan ling been defeated for it third lime wo cannot nulp bUt feoas- enso of pity for so game a wan be- rausu of tile resoureefuuess wakih he bas shown and the dogged persover ante trod dciermhmtioll In his tweWo years fight to guilt tile Welto House It Is not a port of our muko IIi to strike n man who Is down In the- rwtco ot error Jtaving an upportuntty to gain his nil absorbing desire Mr Bryan Is dUwu Tint be will still be and inroitant factor hi his party and In the couIitry there is- it doubt but like Wehster Clay DlnJn and other great leaders Ho Has fallen short ofL life aunbltton Ttnllo es thus failed we ale lOure tans been for the hest Inteiest ot tho country 11- 1ttllugh we give Itin credit for Ilonus- ty or purue In al of JIII wlguo gov IrllJ11olltalIlCiIClneft- lL For Sale One Studio Camera S by 10 cherry finish metal brass Jiauch and Lam rectilinear lens iris diaphragm Band L Shutter speed 6 F Burke and James automatic stand plato hold ers and all attachments The best Camera for studio work O K ROWE Centertown KY Apply at this office ltf ENGLISH TITLES Why Inferior Honors Are Sometimes Refused by Commoners Although It costs money to be made a peer no sum can actually buy a British title IS may be done 111 spore European countries honors of this description arc In the giving of the king or rather his majesty bestows diem on persons at the recommendn tlon ot the prime minister who really has the final say In the matter rtles are conferred either directly or fadi reetlydirectly when nu third person recommends II candidate fur royal recognition nut Indirectly when n third person brings a candlllateN name forward he having good std valid grounds for doing so The former method however Is the one whIch Is usually adopted It Is the duty ot the prime minister to distinguish1 a name celebrated In politics science art or literature and to decide whether the merits of any given prominent person deserve recognition at the hands of the king If In the opinion of the prime min- Ister such n given person deserves elevation to titled rank before the minis ter takes any steps In the matter the favored Individual Is apprised of the prime mllllsters intentions by a per sonnl letter In which Is conveyed the degree or title It Is proposed to confer on him subject to Ills approval In tour out of five cases the approval Is given The firth person who may have been offered a knIghthood or percbauce a baronetcy refuses be cause his refusal may Increase his chances of obtaining at a later day a higher title stilla peerage Armed with the persons approval time prime minister now takes the next stepthat- Is obtaining his majestys sanction which Is rarely refused It Is seldom that a plain Mr bios souls str1lghtforword into a lord unless the circumstances are very un usual such os time reason why a peerage was conferred on Mr Morley or honors conferred on successful gen erals In the field as in the case of Woiseley Roberts ant Kitchener Asa general rule a plain Mr Is transformed Into Sirtlmnt Is knight or baronetand one who Is already a Sir and has done some signal recog nition finds his reward iu his ultimate service to time state entitling him to royal elevation to tlo peerageCLI sago NewsWOMEN OF PARAGUAY Patient and Good Natured Barefooted and White Robed Paraguay Is rich In local color The picturesque character of the native populatlou with their quaint Indian fenres and habit of everyday life is mWresting to anybody fond of ob- FCIluI strange phases ot human life fly nature these people are patient and gentle seldoni complaining chattering and laughing from sunrise to sunset rand taking small thought of what time morrow many have In store for them It Is hard to Imagine how Lopez could lllve drilled them into llhttug material ot strength enough to keep lu heck the combiued torceD of Argentina Brazil and Urng7my for live long weary years and It speaks volumes for the Indomitable energy ot the man that he was able to sustain hIs position for so protracted n time Clothing Is very much or u superflu Ity In Paraguay says time Boston Transcript The attire of the women Is a cotton chemise with a long sheet like shawl or manta passed over the head lIuli around the body In Moorish fashion The dress of the men is cotItonJitllltiess of toot covering At times ann slutost imcnnny feeling ries htn1group ot these white robed dark ed mllllens pass suddenly with the silent trend of unshod feet Ota mornlllg In the market places the women folk flock to sell their wares carrying on their heads the baskets containing the feW cents worth of tintlve produce they have been able tt gathe e tf dl aril iq the towns Thu butt GIIJral1llhlllIJe till common tongue ot the Iaraguayane- adds I further charm to the scene e LAST OF THE PAGCAGOULAS- Ar Indian Legend From the Shorn of the Gulf of Mexico An Indian legend of the PPaatragoglau Is told by the fishermen unit oyster- men down on the shores of the gulf- of Mexico rulfIi to the W1terN edo and hetw n lies a strip of white sand across n marsh n border of light green swaying and rustllllg grasses and beyond a gray cypress swamp the bnngln moss of the trees swaying In the wind lo the south the blue waters ot time gulf stretch away witli little waves lapping on the chalk white clam shells of the shore There In the evening during theI abort twilight one hears soft music I1- SII It were the notes of a violin Insistent chnuging It Is the song of oulasibefore the Pascagoula- Indians had lived upon thIs point The white men the Spaniards came In numbers and with them the hostile warrlol of other tribes to make ivar and to drive the PascaFoulas out ot the country ComlllA front the inland the enemy took away nil chance ot tight j and hedged them lu all the point The PaSIIIOull1s fought for days anti nights in the dark pine woods ngalust outnumbering foes Then they saw that all was useless that they coulll- not overcome and starvation stared i them In time face Tim Pascagouius called a council of the tribe and talked long together To give themselves up meant lives of slavery or death and to light to the last man was to leave the women and chlllrell to the mercy of tho white men and their allies Time next morning the Pascngoulns put on all their point and trappings and burned their wigwams Time men women and children slowly delibel- atcl untilnchlugly backed step by step Into the water behind them slug lug Not one faltered They died with their faces toward their enemies brave and free and now In the even lag n lmcu the wind blows over the marshes the pities and grasses shmg the song ot time InscagouiasNow York Post THE LAND OF WORSHIP The East Believes Too Utterly to Care If Others Disbelieve Prayer pervades the cast Fur oft across time sands when one Is traveling in the desert one sees thin min- nrets rising tOWIIId the sky A desert- cityi Is there It signals Its presence by this mute nppeitl to Allah And I where there are no minarets In the great wastes ot the dunes In the eter nil silence the lifelessness that Is not broken even by any lonely wanderhmg bird the cUlllels are stopped nt the all ragipilgrims prostrate themselves In pray carII too j The east Is full of lust and full of money getting and full of bartering otII comment that believes too utterly to j care If others disbelieve There are in the east tinny men who do not pray I They do not laugh at the man who I does like the unpraylng Christian There Is nothing ludicrous in prayer In Egypt your Nubian sailor prays In the stern of your Ilahablyeb and your Egyptian boatman prays lJy the rudder of your boat and your black donkey I lay prays behind a red rock In the sand and your camel man prays when you are resting it the noontide watct ling the fnrolr quivering mirage lost some wayward dream And must you not pray too when you enter certain temples where once strange gods were worshiped In whom I1lchensIin IIt Is salll to be owed to the frogs of Australia that that part of the empire Is English and not French About 1800 n party of prospective French colonists landed on the west coast ot Australia but on the first manning they were alarmed by loud croaking ot the frogs which tbeI took for demons and retired with nil speed to their ships Vcstern Australia might have preferred the frog to the swan ns her emblem Just as Rome might leave preferred Instead of the eagle the goose that saved the capital In His Line I Im surprised that you should be so Interested In watching those silly dudesIot habit I guess Im presl dent of n real estate Improvement company VellT Well thyre a vacant lotPhiladolphin Iress f Paid In Full Hiram coming to the polntSahhy- iye been apayln my respects to you fer five years como next August aint I Sally blushingly Yes Indeed Hiram nlramWell all Im again tu say li that Im dune sick uv the In stallment plan Sally In his arms Pas agreeable llIrnmSt Louts Republic Work So you once lived III Africa fiam Yes sah Fer11n tiny misslanarr work out Ute iuwt Iq1Jalbal1 r 7s AN t EPISODE OFt WAR The Only Coward Evana Ever Saw In the Naval Servicl I After Admlrtl Evaus had been so grievously wounded Iltba attack on Fort Fisher dtirtug toa civic war he was picked up by a marine named WnsuJOuth and earned Into cODlpar- aUe shettr WllllllluUtb was billed a- fety wlnutey later Evans utyu I1C Wl1smbutbIcould recall my surroundings The I tldo had come la mind the hole 1n- I which I was lying was nearly full ot water which hall about covered me and was trickling Into my ears I could see u monitor tiring and apparently very near and the thought came to me that I could swim ofi to her it 1 only had a bit ot plant or driftwood but this I oulll not get It was plain enough that 1 should soon be drowned like a rat In II hole unless t managed to get out somehow Dead antI wounded wen were lying about in ghastly I piles butno one to lend me a helping hand By tli4s time 1 could not use my legs III any way and when 1 dug my hands Into time sides of my prison and tried to pall Il Belt out the sand gave way mind left mQ still lying In the water Finally I made a strong effort and rolled myself sideways out of the hole When I got out I saw a marine a short distance away nicely covered byI a pile ot spud and firing away deUbel- otely at the tort I called to him to pull ml Im behind his bar ot sand but lme declined on the ground that the lire was too shnrp for Ida to expose him self I persuaded him with my revolver to ciutnge his mind and in two seconds lie lint uto In n place of safe tythat Is tu say safe by a small mane gin for when lie fired the Confedernto bullets would snip the sand within n tow Inches or our heads It the ml rimto bad Imown that ulY revolver was soaking wet and could not possibly hI fired 1 suppose I would have been buried till next morning os many OU- Ier poor follows were As soon ns 1 could realll same cartridges from n dead sailor lying near me I loaded revolver thlnklmtg It might be ue1ltl before the Job was finished When i wos jerked In behind tlda I pile of sand I lauded across the boly- of time only coward I ever saw lu till nnlll service At first I was not cnn scions that there was II man underuu so completely had he worked himself Into the scud lIe was actually below the surface of time ground Time mimomil tors were firing over us and ns n shell came roaring by lie pulled his knees up to his chin which hurt me os It JostledI my broken legs i said Hello Art you wounded No sir lie replied I am afraid to move All right then 1 saId keep quIet and dont hurt lilY legs again The next shell that cUllle over he did time same thing and the next notwithstanding my repeated cautions So I tapped him between time eyes with the butt ot my revolver and ho was quiet lifter that The Glove on the Pole A quaint custom In on English town Honlton Is proclaiming the fair Time town obtained the grunt of n fair from the lord of the manor so long ago as 1257 and the fair still retaltls some of the picturesque characteristics or bygone days Time town crier dressed lu picturesque uniform and carrying n pole decorated with gay flowers nllli surmounted by J1 largo gilt model of n sloe hand publicly announces tlu opening of the fair as follows Oyez Oyez Oyez The fairs begun till glove Is up No man can lie arrested till the glove Is taken down Hot colas are then thrown among the chll then The polo and glove remains dis- plnyid until the end ot the fair How Hammer of Death Struck James The old parish church or Plumstead oldItalus n delightfully choice derange meat or epltnplis Ono of these on Muster James Darling aged 10 teaches a lesson of moderation during the cherry season to time youth of other places besides Plutusteud Speaking trom his tombstuue Master Darling exclaims The hammer ot death was give to me For eattag the cherries oft the tree Westminster Gazette f ANNOLJNCEMEr TS FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo are tththorized to announce Esq W S Dean n candIdate for Repre- senlaUe from Ohio county subject to the Ropubmlcan primary election De- ceruber 5 1908 WII aro uutorl7d to IlUrOII11CoW- W Pork u etndidate for Represen- tatiye from Ohio county tUbjt to too Republiconn prtuiary ocUou Dtceia- r 6 1908 FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce Judge W D Taylor II candidate tor reelection to the position ot Judge of Ohio County subject to the RepubU- can Primary election December 6 1908 We are authorized to announce J Wade of FordsvUle n candidate UI Judge ot Ohio County subJect to Republican Primary election December- Ii I 1908We 4Iare authorized to ItartI19s t FOIL CIRCUIT COURT CLERK I ewe are authorized to anioiceE WHAT GRANDMA AND GRANDPA SAY w j I Good health at SevcntyScvcn Mrs S J Edwards Union City Tenn writes under date of Nov t tOOJ lhofoUowlng On tho7th day of FobruarylOtt- ifI live l will be seventyseven years ot ago I enjoy tho best of health tlllmks to na and have not had aspell of nlnkuess since I began using It five or six years ago I consider It the grandest medicine on earth and wlmover I feel a IhLle badly n few elosos of lcrnnn put mo right I can do as munch work as I could forty year + o I think all old people who fcd tlcdeOLI of age should bone Ill their hCIth by using Perllnn III the Best Part of Ills Llf- eMr1 R Prince R n Cattaraugus N Y writes 411 rmn not very welt 11t faIledwith the pl turn that Iant sending you hut when the render locks at this plcturo If lie could only realize that the original suffered for fortyfive years limo best of his lICo until your klnd advlco and prescription cured him ho would know trom whenco thew wrinkles came Next month I shall 11slxtysl years old Nenous Prostration I Mrl Martha Avery 23 Graham St Leomimstcr Mass writes Four years ago I had nervous pros tration I employed several doctors Ono Would say I had catarrh of the stomach and bowels another nervous ness and another enlargement of the liver My stomach was In a bad shape People Object Liruld Medicines Should Peruaa TabletsJ G Darrass n candidate for reelection to the office of Circuit Court Clerk Republican1908 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK WI are authorized to announce U G Ragland of Sulphur Springs precinct a candidate for County Court Cleric of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election Decem- bel 6 190b Wo are authorized to announce W S Tinsley n candidate for roelec lion to the position ot County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Republican PrImary election ber 6 1905 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 Republican Primary election December 6 1908 We are authorized to announce S proclnctthoRepublicanber 6 1908 FOR SHERIFF THu candidate for Sheriff or Ohio Coun ty subject to the Republican Primary election December 6 1908 GAsubJecttion December 6 1908 SAOhioCountyPrimary dCC1lolI Decombor 5 1908 TIIcandidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject to the Republican primary o eeUon December 6 1908 FOR ASSESSOR GDaVlstheRepublicanber 6 1908 Wo are authorized to announce Bernard Felix U candidate for Ases sor of Ohio county subject to the Republican primary election December 6 1908 JAGreersubject to the Republican primary election December G 1908 announceJerome subjectdon Decenber 1909 FOR SCHooL SUPERINTENDENT Halleya cllnl1ldatoforCoUJty School Suporln tothecomber jilCOS iIIWe tie atitboriz toanaoace Mien ryLebrot Crouiwel precincta can dldn County School Superintend r t JN IS TRUE l They Say That Peru 1a 1dsj tGood for CouhsC Bronchitis and Catarrh rti 1 There was nothing tthlch seemed to do mo much goon I tried olher remedies but dll not gatnany fieshunlilleomamneacol taking your IQrunn which built mu right I have taken ural bottles hat iavi not taken any now fur oboItlx weclce- l amsevcutylhi coyears old Iuevel expect to Iw entirely well or yoU again but I nm thankful for what 1 fJ tuna bas done for 111011 Feels Ten Ycrs Younger Mr Henry Dferz160i WCft FrankW St Evansville lad writes Whell i first wrote to you I lmad ronchtaltrouhe for four yearn and hind tried several doctors but they could do mo no good I hind pain anti rattling In tlio chcsttcough expectoration night I took Perunn and cnn now say that I am entirely well I feel ten years younger since using Poruna I recom mend Perona to all my friends for I was in bad condition y 4 I ant an old soldier and am seventy seven years old who to Buy Decem I ent subject to tile Republican primary election December 6 1908 FOR JAIIJER IYyDlfor Jailer of Ohio county subject to V y the action of the Republican primary eectfon December 5 1908 We are authorized to announce WP Midkiff of North Rockport precinct u candidate for Jailer ot Ohio county subject to the Republican prl I wary election December 5 1908 FOR CORDNER We are authorized to announce DanIleI King n candidate for Ohio countysubJect to the Republicanjprimary election December 1FOR MAGlSTRATrE We are authorized to announce John M Graham n candIdate for Magistrate In the third Magisterial distrIct of Ohio County subject to the Republt can Primary election December L 1908 We fire authorized tol nnnounct Mack Cook of Arnold IfJ n candidate for time office of Muglrata In the subjecttoDecember 5 1908 JCarldldate for Magistrate In the Center +M town lDaglsterlal d1trlct subJect to UeIcemberwe are authorized to announce T R Royal fiS crml1dlllt for the offico Muglstoriufpublican primary election December 6 1908We lire authorIzed to announce ESQ torUOistrato In ttmo Duford loglsterlnl DlII theRepublicanUun December 6 1903 We are authorized to announce Esq J II Mlles for to the1 office or llnglftrnte In the Roelcport I tboRepubican I- We me authorized to nnnounco C V Miles as a cundltlate for the office of Magistrate In the Fordsvllle otago i Republcau r- 1Ve arc authorized to IlllnOUnCeis f tgistratiiinr c RopublkanWe mire utthutizctl to announceEsq W P Miller a candidate for re= electio fr agitnitoin Cromwell Maglsterlal dlri tNo 2 subject to the Ropubit j Ihtan primary oleGtlun DeC6I1mer519 J Mg1EtiielaNurrgytiton jlDecembert 4 I- At 4 4JlJt1rr otCi1 t B URT fPACKAJfeO i APESI1OES- i Do you know we will absolutely guarantee J a pair of patent leather shoes I This guaranty label is woven in the lining of all patent and dull Burrojaps GUARANTYMor I the uppers of your Burt Packard Kor rect Shape Shoes breaks through before the first sole either single or double weightlJ i wears throughwe PRICE with 1Io new Made in 2 0 BURT PACKARD LINEresPackard Korrect Shape Shoes are sold by 5000 dealers in the United States The above Shoes are sold only by us in Hartfordand we absolute ly stand by the above guarantee Donl forget the Place 4j 4 1- t Hartford Republican I FRIDAY NOVH1SBER 6 Illnols Central Railroad Time Table North fouud 80nlb Bond Nolt due Orra m No 121 diall31 am HolKdnelKSOp m No 101 due 248 p ri- iRol03dae48pm NolSl du8 rD oily Office Supplies at Noel And save transportation charges We It keep 4 INK J TENS OILS t MUCIUAGB OARIiOX w DESK TRAYS j 5LETTER FILES 1 I i PENCIL TABLETS J TYPEWRITER RIBBONS ROUNDHEAD FASTENERS WILLOW WASTEUASKETS RUB BER BANDS ERASERS LIBRARY PASTE PAPERS ENVELOPES PEN v OILS OF ALL KINDS CLIPS FINE FOUNTAIN PEN WRITING FLUID SUIT WRAPPERS AND A GRIT i VARIETY OF OTHER THINGS V d With each 100 purchase we give al- f IIIce school bag Pure fresh drugs I compounded by a skillful chemist ifr HARTFORD DRUG BO i icorportdI JJo Jf f Typewriter Carbon can be had at i this oce I M iilr Nat Undley Matanzas jyas a i flJeasant caller Mondays For Hi J Hlnzs pure cldar VInegar call on US Carson 10 years old V I if Y Mrs Nancy King 1S spending tho J week the guest of Yrs E1 Hudson t Misa Lucy King of Calhoon who ids been the guest of relatives in Harttord bas returned home I J gustrteJot her parents Mr and B I Stewart B lectf f I J MTB Jas nrVIIIIams + refn toy n 1abtt UbUc7ktf rrrt 1- 0J f I f r jjjjjjjjj willreplace them If It Is choice fresh groceries youi want go direct to U S Carsons Esq JU Miles Rocplcort was aj pleasant caller while In town Wednes Our fall Neckwear Is stylish dainty and effective CARSON CO I will pay ISc for eggs until fur ther notice 7tf JAMES LYONS Mr Tom Likens who Is a guard ut the penitentiary at Eddyvllle came homo tovute- Cloaks and Jackdtsrtho 1908 model Semifitted buckIs the thingJust goods store at Barnard Cos Our Negligee Shirts sell themselves All wo have to do Is to wrap them up CARSON CO Boys bring Pa here for your tail Suit and he will smile wizen fce pays the bill Carson Co Mr and Mm Clarence Plrtle Cromwell were the guests of L T Barnard and wile Wednesday That fall hat of yours If bought from Barnard Co will look better and please you longer Jeromo Allen Coroner Hartford R F D No1 will answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour Itf Mrs P L FoMx bus returned home after a fow drays visit to nor uiotaer Mrs libry Duadu of Louisville For loaded shells the kind that kill birds call on U S Carson He has about ton thousand for sale cheap iTiioy fit tIOY wear they hold their shape that is what mothers tray of our 5 Suits CARSON CO Mr W T Woodward who has boon sojourning In Dallas Texas for the past six months has returned home We have heard of people that could notbe pleased with neckwear but we never met any of theta In our store Carson Co Messrs John Mcintyre olod C w Sturgeon EvanKvliie were the guests of Mr James McIntyre and family the first of The week Mrs flarve Harrison of Owenboro Ind Mrs Charley May Whliesvllle are the guests oi their uncle and aunt lttrnndMrs R A Anderson on Clay I streetTbefollowing ir members of Co H K N Of nlutyat Eddyvlijo iye tat home the flrst of the week Capt lheat4iiKoownJ HwtaOH Ofce Pviveltt wil John Steyeea r 4 r- rr 1 J rfi x j c w Mre Judge R R Wedding J8 quil Melt Ut her iomu OH Cliy tllcer Mir C T Overton SmalDious paid us a iilwtKunt call wallo in town Wed ncaday flifes Zellii Jwyo Null hn trrHturnIJlI horn a pleasant visit with friends in Crowley L- aScliroeters Studio over Republican office llicssrs Hurry Olfennon mid D E Tnomas win have b ieu spending son tiino M Dawfcou Springs for Weir neilth stave returned home Miss Mary 8priulllngwfco lins b i visiting lelt lives In Now York City for tie past few weol lias rouirn d uotueDont be a back number Buy one of those swell Cloaks or Jackets at Barnard Gos The tit and stylo Is superb iMr Peter Embry of Beaver Dam laid L113 Verna Asnliy of OUlo county were married UK Bvansvhlu indiiina Ins week Mr Roy KorreKior of Kiirllngtorj Ky vlsiad nis parents Mr and Dln- sJ R WiTCbter city tiu flea of zit week Our Clothing for Young Men Ismad people woo make nothing but young mens clothes They know how BARNARD CO New lot of Clothing fur Boys and young Men Just arrived Nowes similes mod colors The fit It perfect BARNARD CO Iiir1 Z Wayne Griliin gave it bridge party TuebdMy iCieuiDDii LUIIC was tovod II f vr o gutiiB IssasE E Bl61911ull te lg1ea eate Te woinuiH club Md the IInllo wecii iiiogrini wiuj Mrs J H B Car n last Saturday afternoon A beauti fill salad luiici web served nicer Uie program Messrs R J Mnmn Livia Ruuic 2 Joei a Ward CouusnuWn Esquire Edge Fordbvillc and Win Duncan ilellenry were among our many caner Wednesday I We are paying ISc per dozen for Eggs All other kinds of good coup try produce wanted at the hlguest prices tf SCHROADER CO Mr David Black of near Cromwell wt was operated on a few weeks age end had one of tie ribs removed lias pneumJolJ1alld Underwear that outwears all other kinds Is the sort we are selling We have It for shorts and liiw sUm and stout at 25c to 10C per garment CARSON CO IClcero Huguberry a timber mat in McLean county tad his log tear killed by a falling tree in Croon Rive bottoms n1ar Rumt y ono day lust week Hit loss IS fiiid to be nbou five iftunduu dollars Mr W C Ambrose of Beds attended the Kemucky Synod of tue C P Churcn at Hopklnsville lust week 9i uls return Satinday tic mudo this uf flco a pleasant tall lIe reports 1 pleasant and profitable meeting- A protracted meeting Is In progrest at the Jlettadlst church at Iktiyei Dam Ky having begun last Sun day evening and will continue two 01 three weeks The pastor Is being OB elsted by Rov G W Hummel of Loltchfleld All cordially Invited The little girl friends of Leila Olein joined with her awl entertained tn young boys of their set Tio Utih girls enveloped as ghosts and spook awaited the arrival of tho boys and then the fun began All kinds ol pranks suitable to the occasion wore entered Into with great zeal by even ono and a lively and happy evening was the result One of the most enjoyable events of too season was the balls lween socti given at West Ky Seminary by Ua ycuug people of Beaver Dum Saturday night The decorations wore ii keeping with the boHoween season and were skilfully designed Each ont present carried out tho hallowcoi Idea In their dress as witches goblin and other appropriate figures Mr F M Wetterfield and wife or Little Rock Ark arc visiting relatives In Ohio and Davless counties They were called to Kentucky oil till account of the serious Illness of Mrs Westprfiolds mother Mrs Susan Taylor wuo is now residing wllh hen- son WP Taylor HaynesvlHe Mr Westerfield spent Wednesday In Hurt ford shaking hands with his pUmeroui friends In another oolumn vrUl bo found the announcement of Mr fIltOWIl F Johnson as a candidate for Rcpubli can nomInatIon for Magistrate In xhi Sulphur Sjprrng8 district rMlrlJohjjEoi ilia splendid type of cltizbi iiid flai always been alardworkitg I jublica- iIfnwninattd ftnd elected tee will bt a1valuable Addition tQ Wsca frj anT wilt mpkt t1 ffl9entof- d flclaL iij A I t f Mr Raynum Pillllpps Is leaving a nice cottage ercottd In tno old fait ground addition Mr Henry Hinghaw is 3ing tile iuri irtwi8 work h 31stV O King 11 former O io county by but now a pruiuincntlum lJljmo1lford t Our genial old friend My Simon J01J of Ilenrtor one of vtj p itif Republicans pf Western Kentucky and mi aUaivuid fine old glullu L wu n pleasant caller Saturdjy j LOSTon Oct 27 b HVe m nve Dam and Williams Minus n ladies gold WCIchtlltl number 102701S wltij a tweutyytiir sunrairte Kinder wil tlolivftr io James Martin Williams MntsKyiid rccelvo five dollars roj ward irtf Mr and Mn Sam Jalnes of Fords I vlllo Jiavo nuuounisrd tree lug marriage of tftoir daughter Olaf- Blythe to Dr Frank Shiton of Melon ArkansaH Tno welding will ttiku piece late In tnla monde Mfirriigu lijcusiF wc lxiiPd from the Councy Clerks office Wcdncsdny to Anfel Wilson Roaine skied A Stnisborgeii Siiring Lick Tite grooiij gave his IIgH s74 nul ti e bride bluh I Ingly adinliUd to 10 It was the third marriage for the gIOIII1IWe fiiinouiire lldacy of E qiiiic W P Milter rill 111 ixction rs Mngifitrnto In the cromwell liHiriot Esq Miller has mode a most j tottifu soul compttcnt offiriul and lesorves will nt te lauds of ills imrty If nomlnncd us will b roj Reeled without II doubt I i Mr James P Troimis Loulsvll end his sister Mrs Julia Pwiflcy ofj Ladiz visited tiioir fatrnT Mr B P riiouiis fie first of tJ week Mrs rUOIJlU Wllfl htlw + helIIaIJllint MiGe Custnin Hoiife III Louisville camo homo io yore H WitH arcoHipfinlcj by his liitj ilHiigjitu1 Corollas ritrest flros mgcd iu ire flas WfsJJ of town bear Sunday CnnmdOiibl damage was done to standing timber nn tile IarniH of Berry Real Henry VcInshelmor unit P I Point No 11t llo oxoitwmont vas ciued by to re putt rhtii tlt btilldingi on I no fair ground wore m fire but it proved toI be a mlllttke PIlUlltlweretown last Siiturdtiy nignt Most of them were hiivniloss but tile boys WHO broke lute ro college end rulnid fi number of till bl clII boards with glean were carrying mutton little too tar Every effort i will be nuide to appreiiond the culprits who damaged the college properly In this itwio of tau Ropulilcnu will bo found r1eanmouueententof W W Park of Mm Hniilott Precinct ns a candidate for Representative of Ohio county subject to tau will of tIC Republican voters of IN county at- the primary election U he held Decem ber 5 1908 Mr Park cornea trout long line of Republicans being a of Jail A Park deieapcd who was ono of the first organizers of the Repub limn party back in tIle GOS He made the tact for the nomination for Ri tretontatlve against Dr Duff timid was defeated by only a small margin Ho in a representative young man and if iidinlnnTed will he sure winner on tile iionio Btretcn TO THE TEACHERS Supt DeWeese requests that all books belonging to the Teach ers Library white and colored I be returned to this office by De cember 1st We the library committee arc exceedingly anx ious that the teachers comply with this request in order that we may put the library in good condition by January 1 MRS L N GRAY MARIE L AUSTIN V Com LILLIAN MONROE J u j For Sale- A i firstclaw confectionary and bakery Situated on Union street in Hartforrd Kentucky A splendid bus Incas for the right party VIC SCHLHMMER GUNS GUNS Have Just Received a Large Line of Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns Ammunition Shells Etc lAnd respectfully ask you to call and BOO the largest and best line of Shot J duns ever In Hartford Prices tho i lowest GrocerymanIWertfo cl ICy K Y a w n WIID lt1A tlirllf IJVl o17 6lpU7 f At D C JtrlXlIrB7f- lEINUIi PELTEDHt BILLS And making no effort to catch a them would be about as wise a proceeding as buying your winter 0 goods without first seeing our g t6IMoney saved is worth as muchas to money earned and we save your I money oni allour goods That vie can do this the values we men 8 I tion here win prove Compare themwith others and remember g satisfy you as to the quality of the goods before we sell e r 8 Here are SIM iu Values Ware She Kin go g Children s Overcoats 125 to g 5 Youths Overcoats 2 to 10 Mens Beaver Overcoats 5to 10 Mens fJneancy Overcoats 10 to 15 s aln Coats 10 to 18 tJ Mens foe Tailor=made suits rt 5 to 1 20 CMIdrens Cloaks 1 to5e Misses Cloaks 2 to10e Ladies 2 Cloaks 3 to 18 Ladies Tailor= ginghamImade sssits 1250 to 35 Best 0i 12 12c and everything else asiL cheap as can he bought elsewhere Give us a dance CARSON CO HartfordKy i i Lyons Special Cash Prices 2 can best Red Salmon 35c 20Lc 20Ic 2 lib 101 Butt head Oysters 20c 2 lib can 20c 2 cans Ight weight 15c 2 chipped Beef 25c 3 chicken and veal 25c 3II viennaL Sausage 25c 3 boxes Mustard sardines 25c 6 Oil 25c dozsweefcpfckles 25c 3 sour 25c 1 qt Heinz mustard 25c 8 bars swifts pride soap 25c 7 lenoxsoap 25c 6u IVOry e 25c 6 grand pas soap25c6 fels naptha v 25c 6 sweetheart 25c 6 pumraia soap25c6 white magic soap 25c 1 box crown princess soap 25c 9 bars palm soap 25c 9 i verbena 25c 9 witch hazel soap25c9 transparent glycerine 25c The Cash most accompany each order for goods quoted otherwise orders will be filled at regular prices Hartford ressllParlor Will do your Cleaning Pressing Re pairing and Dyeing Also take orders for TailorMade Clothing All work guaranteed Membership Card 1 promptly Arthur P Petty + t I I TTr rtI 1 I p t 1 4 I 4 1 4 A Model Indistrial City Probably the raoup perfect example of accomplishment In Industrial vii Mage work may be found in the City Qt Roebllng N J This Is a city found ed by the Roobllng Mfg Co and the operation of Its civic InstUutioiis Is of paramount Importance to every Industrial enterprise of magnitude In the United States for the simple reason that the Roeblhigs have found a solution tp the eyerpresent and men acing problems tHat bring capital and labor into daly conflict Jt is important to first consider tho reasons for the establishment of this Industrial vllltigo as the motive of its projectors was far from any idealistic whims or philanthropic ends This model village is not an attempt to pacity the demands of dissatisfied la bor for the Roebllugs have never find to contend wlih this annoyance to any appreciable extent Tte company has never has in mind tile founding pf a new Utopia in which master and work man shall cooperate for mutual belle tIt The city of Ro bllng is not an ex periment as It has long since passed the trial stage It las been a suc cess from tho very start and condi tions have improved In all departments with its progress and development Its beautiful avenues and streets of 100 feet and more in width lined with cosy homes wherein dwell the toilers of the steel plant presents an ideal condition of Industrial life that may well be Imitated far and wide The utilitarian phases of Rpsbllng ure fur more interesting than its ornamental features os In these It may be safe to say rest the successful outcome of a venture of this character The 313 dwelling houses are furnished wit running water that Is supplied from a standplpe located on Fifth avenue the water being first passed through a filtration plant to Insure its purity There Is absolutely no interference whatsoever in the domestic affairs of this village The village Is conducted and not ruled Tile men having charge of running the affairs of the city and looking after tile wants of its inhabitants are gentlemen and not tyrants The Roeblhgs are on speak- Ing terms with the great majority of their army of employes The villager pay for everything they use und the company osks nn equitable price for everything It sells RoebUng the model city Is a pretty little Institution from every aspect The Roebllng company Is justly prouiT of Itand Mr Isaac Hurby under whose management It Is conducted I takes the Keenest delight lu every detail of tile citys affairs The peopl living In this little Incorporated town are gloriously happy Roebllng iil a howling successGeorge Calvert in American Industries for September No Onions in This Ffat And it Is further agreed by and be tween both parties that shall the lessee cook or permit to be cooked In the said premises any onions cabbage or other odoriferous vebetables or any thing which shall penetrate the com mon balls of the premises either in odor or smoke this lease shall be yoltiSuch Is one of the provisions ot a new form of leafe drawn up by owner i of West End apartments It has been passed on by counsel tile same as was the original no children clause which stirred up President Roosevelt and Mayor HeidI of Alton In the Page and Vernon avenue district all tenants must agree to such ti lease and comply with Its terms or vacateJ Epstein WMO controls several fashionable West End apartment build lags says rue restrictions ure in the mutual Interest of tenants They prohibit certain tUlngs whlcn would tend to disturb tile dwolers In the apartments NiiTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNl- havo this day set my son Algy Jlllor free and lie is authorized to transact any and all business in his own name nnd I will not henceforth bo respond ble for any of his contractsJ illlLLRn Adabnrg Ky The arm Swinff Why should a mou swing his arms whoa he walks Does he walk with lila arm Does tne ewing iiid locum tion Tim West Point cadet ure tad ed to hold the little finger agalnut the stripe of the trousers pnlm to Uo front This situation tHrows tile shoul tiers back and makes tie youth walk erect Men who never hud military training carry their fists any old way most of them with thumbs to tpe fingers halt clinched a la pugtlistlquol They are eager for a fight or a frplic They are ready to doyou Oihorn Curry their palms inward that Is facing the leg every nail of the halfclosed hand scraping the seam as the arm swings Some mon walk wltn their hands open some with ticrh closed Im willing to bet a billion 1 can tell much of a mans character by the way he totes his dukes f There are men whoso arftis when they walk arollko a couple bf excited penduluthif1it emulate the i V 4 0 stride of the leg the Tlgnt nrm nwlng Ing In unison with the movement Qf the movement ot the left leg nUll time left arm keeping time with the right leg JTfce military mim is taught not to swing lila arnw the civilian swings expensively often CO- vering n bigger radlUH than that cover od by his legs AViion a man swings lila amine excessively ho uppcara to bo paddling along WJiCh n man doesnt owing his arms at utl iie seem to be advancing autouuitlcaiy He Is nltogctuer uncanny Facts About New York Every day in New York City there are on an average seven collisions of steam or surface railways Over 23000 miles of wire weighing 12570000 pounds and costing 1567 125 will be used In the four cables of tho new Manhattan bridge The average dully consumption of eggs In New York City is two for each Individual It requires 15200 stenographers to do the office business of New York CityManhattan Is the most densely popu lated island in the world It has u population of 99150 persons to tILe square mile During the summer season the borough of Richmond doubles its popu Intlon on every pleasant Sunday but only for that one day The new Cutukll reservoir which is soon to supply New York City wltu water will Have u capacity of 120 000000000 gallons It will be twelve miles lung antI two miles wide covering 10000 acres t NARROWS Mr Hrenton Uean went to LoulsvIH TuesdayMiss EIo Renfrew visited relatives In Owemtboro lat week Mr und Mrs J H Thomas visited Mrs rnumos parents Mr and Mrs Noble Dean Saturday and Sunday Mr John D Renfrew has sold his Mercantile business nt Penrose Ark and will return wth hs fauily to Narrows Mr Rftnfrow Will one of the most nopulifr and successful business men Narrows ever will and tie will receiver tt royal welcome on his re turnMrs M S Ragland of Dundee is visting friends at horse Branca un Rosine tills Week Mr Tom Petty of Barretts Furry who has been sojourning at Hut Spring Ark for his heath returned homo tills week Mr Cued Weddug Jias gope on aIbusiness trip to Spencer county Ind Mrs Oma Cope McHenry visited leIsster Mrs Delia Oranaiu Saturday nail Sunday Mn and Mrs W P Allen of Select came up lastweek to spend the winter with their daughter Mrs FSetclier Hue disterMr 0 D Fenlresa was In Owens boro Tuesday Misses Isable and Coriue Thoipas visited relative at Sulphur Springs lust week Uncle Tome Siiultz of Arnold come over a few days ago to spend the win ter trapping on time river here Uncle Tom is it veteran trapper and lie comes up every winter to harvest the furbearing frequenters of the river flllts The America n Tobacco company JiltS rented the Tobacco warehouse and wll handle tobacco here this season Rev Lawrence baptized a class of twelve converts In Rough river at Barretts Ferry Sunday h Big Canal Half Done To make the Panama Canal tMtn were attu ebeglunlng SO698218 cubic yards of earth anti rock to ho excavated for it high level canal The Amen can governments force in tile four years from May 1904 to May 1908 nx cuvuted 1S44542C cubic yards nnd of this trIO major part or 11191488 cubic yards was excavated in me last twelve moniim of that period Including the French excavations thoro rgmuhiB Ware fore only 39652822 cubic ynrrts to ex cavates or leas titan onehalf of Vat whole Precious Stones Produced in United States s- Tno total value of precious stones produced in the linked Sits tluring 1U07 Is placed by tio geological survey at 1471300 as compared with 208000 In 190C Pius great Increase Is duo chiefly to a largo output of sapphire lu Montana of both tiie blue and tuo variegated variety A new gom min eral lifts been add d to the list of known pricious stones It is called benl mltehus a blue color and a high re fcctive index and is found in Alexant or county North Carolina Incubating Ostrich Eggs Ostrich eggs Hrabeingatched In an Incubator In TWiipa Phi and 13 tine eggs from a Tinipa 1 ostrich mini are expected to Latch some time In July It takes an average heat of 107 degree and 45 days of constant exposure to such heat to develop tue eggs and hatch out a youtw ostrich Tic eggs arc worth 20 elleih and It is a con servative estimate to pay that the young bird wjll be worth more than twice that moneynftch it bus passes J I the first mouth cIts existence Decrease in immlrattonI Ono of the most striking qvldenccs l of industrial depletion in thin country hi the fulling off In Immigration Bnco last November wlien theMfoct wns tlrst noticeablo For the entire year 1QtJie number of Immigrants arrivr lag lu t1jJ country was unprecedented reachhlng ai total of 1334106 Tfleix was a gain In nearly every month un tit December over the previous year when the total was 1215439 wilca exceeded all previous records Even lu Ocjobor and November the number was considerably excess of the salno months of 1906 Tro monthly aver age for tie year wns ocr 111000 but in December the number fell to66674 compared with 85466 in 1906 fImmigration in the first half of too year line uniformly exceeded to a considerable extent that In the last ualf Last year tho arrivals in the first six months numbered 743952 or a month ly average of 123b92 In 1906 total for the first half year vus 6731 943 or a inonlnly average qf In January this year there drop to 27220 compared with 5441 ast year or almost exactly onecialf In Fedruary the number fell to 23381 against 65541 last year a reduction of nearly twothirds These two months are usually Ihie lightest of the year and last year the number rpse in March to 139118 and reached still nlglier In each of the next three months the maximum being 184886 la May This year the Increase was only to 32517 In March or less tunis onefourii the number arriving In tho same montH last year while1 in M i the total was only 36317 or less than onefifth of last years record TJie total for six months was 1992656 ngitinet 743952 last year 673 943 In 1906 and 628176 in 1905 But the effect appears not alone in this great diminution in tje number of immigrants Though we have no exact statistics of the departures of aliens from tue country during tile same period we know from tio re ports of the steamship companies teat they have gtciuy exceeded Ue ar rivals Taere has been tin actual de crease of the foreign population made ill mostly of laborers Tills Unusual movement has served to suit Igate one of tile serious effects of in dustrial depression It has greatly diminished the number that would have been otherwise unemployed and lessened the consequent privation and suffering and the strain on many com munities of affording charitable relief Labor has become an export ass well an Import and passes with COW parative ease between this country ind Europe according to the condl lion of the market for itNew York louruul of Commerce Keep Smiling lheres ninny a rest on time rood of life If we would only stop to take it heres many a song in the saddest heart If we only know how to wake it Keep smiling heros many a dark Dud threaten ing cloud But it has a silver lining For high above and through It all The sup Is brightly shining Keep smiling Theres many a weally laden heart With Its secret oad of sorrow That will laugh and sing with high est joy On some bright glad tomorrow Keep smiling Theres many a path that leads to right If we only know to find it Theres many It broken heart to heal if wo would take time to bind It Keep smiling Theres many a soul filled with hope Whoso beautiful trust noor fulletii And Uo grass is grew and tho flow ers bright Tjunigh tile win te1y storm prevail oth Keep smiling Its a time to hope when clouds hang low And keep the eyes uplifted Tic sweet blue sky will soon petp When through tile blaokort clouds we rifted Keep smiling Taieres many a gom In the path i f life That we puss in Idle pleasure And Its richer far than the Klondike mines Or the Jnl ers boarded treasure Keep smiling Theres never a night without a day Nor flri evening without the morn I ing And tim darkest hour the proverbs say ils just before the dawning Keep smiling It is for us to weave in lifes wqbr SURE CURE For All DJMUM o- fSTOMACH LIVER s KIDNEYSp IA bright and golden filling And dp Gods wiU with ready heart And hands vthht are pwittauid Yin ling v Andkgon smljng j W Fawceit In Mudl sdhyllle Hustler HERBERT Oct 2Qsdtoa number of ctmnges lire befog made in time neighborhood Mr Stltea line bought the George Mul ligan farm Mr Smizcr the Will Crowe place Jlrs Hardln Floyd wil move back to her farm aero and Mh Carl Floyd will move ono bin farm near West Point church Miss Mattie Mllllgan Is wth her sis terMrs Hardln Moore nOl Thrus ton who is daagorpusly Hi Mr Orlan Flowers and family of Pateaville visited Mr John Bruisers Sunday jg lIraS olomon Obenehalu will spend tho winter wlvh hOt daughter Mrs Obe Burdetfc Mr and llJs Leonard Tayon went to see Mrs Susan Taylor Sunday ijftor noon who s quite tick at Mr Pate TaylorspMiss Baxter Miller returned home from Phlpot Sunday Ills Emma Miller returned from EM oral days visit at Fordsyllle Wediies day Mrs Oscar Rico Is at home after a two weeks visit to her pareutsRev and Mrs W H Bruner of Branden burgMr anti Mrs HOmer MJHIgan null children Knottsvile are at Mrs Amanda Stewarts Miss Alary Chambers is In Owens boro Olr nnd llrsR M Mtller Miss Jviattle Barnett Mr nnd Mrs S L Philips attended a birthday dinner for Mr C W Phillips Vie 21st Mr D AiMiler and slaughter Mjibol Misses Myrtle Burdett timid Mttttio Dar nell attended cturch at Pellvllle Sun day d SEEDSivaaee SEEDS SUCCEM SPECIAL OFFER ilfti to kvlli New B l rw A trial will maka our pernuoant eutomer Prize Col1ectloll r ll u the IIITvIp T splendid CM StpeU Ysrie- I1es1 trto 11 vaiitlesinU CCAUANTEED TO PLEABE Write today Mention this Paper SEND 10 CENTSto ton P01t0 u4 pwklM iM 11Jo1a rclitbl l bJrtnuI4ttf Ifl tbMl tI Uttt mMlM tt t tt nuU st- N I8u 1368 lVcrUI tt AReliableRemedy Elys Cream Balm It quickly biorbed Gives Relief at Once ItckauscB soothes heals and protects tho diseased mem brane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho Head quickly Re stores the Senseso1flI FVU I Taste anti Smell Full size DO cU atDrug glsts or by mall In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York J Difficult BreathingIShort breath fluttering palpitation sinking spellsI are symptoms of a weak heart struggling to do its work It must keep the blood in circulation to carry nourishment to make flesh bone and muscle and remove the worn out particles When it cannot do this it must have help Dr Miles Heart Cure gives strength to the heart nerves and muscles and increases the heart action rn1UbImprovedCure cUrd tao when several doctors failed 1 think no other medicine could do for me what Heart Curo has done My cue was bad bad as it could at times I had difficulty in getting my breath my heart beat co fast at times that I thought it Im posalblo to live vrllbout relict the pain was very severe In my left side unstrunghad JtItake great pleasure in recommending Dr Miles remeaitato all who sot XerwHh heart dtiea MRS MAUT C HAULER Sullivan Mo Dr Mitts Heart cute Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that tho first bottle will benefit If It fails he will refund your monty Miles Medical Co ElHiarfelnd +I Quick Liudandcrt Uadh ok acab flL1a- IRaltIoaI i v J I pLreotQryChD Oountv Circuit Court T fc Blrklieftd Judge Pen D Ithiko Aitorher Oscar Mldkirt Jailer Ed G Barraw Clerk Prank I Vellx MiCster Commlsaionerjy L Mos ley Trustee Jury Funds It D Martin Sheriff Hartford toeputlesS A L pCrowdertW Ci Aahtleyc J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In JUarcfc and AIKUS and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and Nbvembei two weeks fCounty CourtW B Taylor Judge W S Tinsley Clerk IS M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convene first Monday in each month Quarterly CourtBeglns on the third Monday In January April July and Oc tober TUeadllYday In October Other Officers N Moxley Burveyoi Bhreve S WoLeach Assessor Ut noyJames DeWeeseSchool Superlntenl ent Hartford Jerome Allen Coron Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver Dam March V June 23 September 24 December 24 WP Miller Horse BranchMarch M June 25 September 23 December to- W S Ilean Dundee March 27 Jun 26 September 26 December 27 W n Edge Fordsvllle March 23Jun 2 September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain Beda March 2B Juno 23 September 2S December 29 Herbert Render CcntertownMarcb 30 June 29 September 29 December 30 Johfi H Miles Rockport March n June a September 30 December r HARTFORD POLICE COURT n R WeddinG Judge J 8 GcnnCit Attorney S H Selbert Marshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church Both Serylcto secono Sandty In each month at Ua m and 7 p m and 4th Hnday 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist Church Services held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunda and Sunday night and fourth Sunday C P ChurchServices first Sunda In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m- Rev Bozarth Pastor Chrlstion Church Services every fourti Sunday at 11 amand 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees Hartford C If- Crowe J B Glenn W R TlnsleyC M BarnettCity CouncllJ H Williams Mayot C M Crowe clerk S K Cox Tress urer R E L amimerman CM Bar IBM E E Ulrkhead Wayne Griffin loouer Williams and Ernest Ellis SECRET BOCIKT1ES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A Ma sons meets first Monday night in eadi ErhomlUleverthirdR Riley High Priest Roscoe Render 3ecretary KnlghlltIttP Walker C C It C Porter K t R and 8 Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M Plieownrd Keeper Sunshine lUre No 42 L O T M leets first Friday evening and third 1dtliEkeepiFPreston Morton Post No 4 G A B olds regular meetings Saturday bet 10 first Sunday In each month F 1 Porter Commander R A AndenC uljt Ohio Tribe No W Imp Order Reel ten meets sec nd and fourth Wedne lay nights In each month Isaac poatei Lay Sachem J fey Poster Chief o Records I Acme Lodge No 339 I O 0 F meets every second and fourth Mon tiny night at 730 G B Likens N- G O M Shultz American Society of Equity of National Officers 1 C M BARNETT Pres Hartford Ky L N STATTS VlcePrea Trenton Ill O D PAULEY See Treas Indiana polls State Officers J C CANTR1LL Pres Georgetown Kr S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohlp County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Ky dAL PKEOWN Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky The Safest and Quick est Way to Transfer Money IS BY LONG For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Gilmlierlani Tel Tel Co tnicuszosLrs c LECTRIC bITERS MaIpirJoS1cr eVerlhrsdayevenlnG SecretaryI DlSTANCETELEPHONE PnftMdI I fit p M HGti d I l10 It Jt l 1 t t J h I 1PIIII1f3 iCUIIAKMTT MRtIET SMliHln All RNISAT iHARTFORD e ICY Vll practice their profesSIon Irt alrth courts of Ohio arid adjoining ISties and Court of Appeals Special at V tentlon giyen to all business entrusted to their care Collections and tho Pracr tied of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build- Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLawHARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office In the Her aId building ri CHAS M ROWE LAWYER HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in a1Jtbe courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special at tenUon given to criminal practice and to collections Office old Republican building on Center streetI JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts Ac also Notary Pub Sic for Ohio county Office north side public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal peuslonsltcCollectloaa countyOffice M L ilK VIUN KIIMtWT WOODWAIU HEAVRIN WOODWARD etl I tHARTFORD 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 Bank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeal Also No tary Public Office over First National Bank W n BARNES 8 A ANDERSOn BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the prac Federa1street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES 8 X ANDERSON PATENTS ROCURCDANDOtFCND f nd tree rtport ree t1ric how to oblliplelltI lade mukAj copyrightaetA IN ALL COUNTRIES Badntst dlnet mllh Vatkagto tavti emS many and till lu ExclusivelyWritoorcomatoiuat BU SlatS Stnet opp VnlUd fUtM Pst OOc WASHINGTON D C KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KiogsNew Fob ggsTe 8trnAND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUgLE5 GUARANTEED SATISFAO OK MONEY BEFUHDED iii PATENTS In sLoeiUoDjpoatmbiuty N7zV FIPCCL Iurfro 03SOB svrithrJO II IfC 1 t1 a THE tAT SUPPER tipgutac ttoeyof the Masterpiece of- a Leonardo da Vihci- bto141erIng away on the wall ottb bnngsIthtamouB da Vinci Like every masterpiece th painting regplred many years ot pn dent labor and as a result of that labor it is perfect In Its naturalness ot expression ahd sublime In Its story of love In addition to these qualities ithas an Incident in Its history that contributes not a little toward making Uthe great teacber that It Is It is saId that theprtlstin painting the laceS ot the apostles studIed the count nan c of good men whom he- knew Wben however he was ready to paint the face 0tJesusln the pie tare he could find none that would eatlsty his conception The face that would serve as amodUl for the taco of Christ mast be dignified to Its aim pUcJtt and majestic In Its sweetness After several years of careful search the patntor happened to meet ono Pietro Bandtndlll a choir boy ot ex qulslte voice belonging to the catho drat Being struck by the beautiful features and tender manner that be spoke an angelic 6oul the artist induced the boy to be the study for the painting of the face of Jesus All fuss done most carefully and reverently but the picture was as yet Incomplete for the face of Judas was absent Again the painter with the zeal of a true lover of his nrt sot about In search of acountennncp that might aerve for the taco of the traitor Some years passed before Ills search was rewarded and the picture finally competed As the artist was about to dls miss the miserable and degraded wretch who had been his awful choice tho man looked up at him and said You have painted me before nor rifiell and dumb with amazement the painter learned that the man was PIe tro DandlriellL During those Interven Ing years Pietro had beep at Rome studying music had met with evil companions had glen himself up tt drinking and gambling had fallen Into shameful dlllslpntion and crime The taco that now was the model for the taco ot Judas had once been the model for the face of Christ Brooklyn Eagle A LOST JOKE Would Do Imitator of a Witty Man- Made a Ludicrous Finish Congressman Quurles used to tell this Jwasn guest of a leadIng banker at dinner ono ot your Now York giants ot finance Who had In vlted nearly a score ot uSto eat a bit drink a bit und swap notions Every thing was lovely until the fifth course The walter was bringIng In what ape peered on the menu us longue tumeo aux eptsards what WO common old roustabouts cull smoked beet tongue with spinachand my favorite dish Ho tripped at the door and spilled the tongue and greens on the carpet The host equal to the occasion relieved us nil especially the waiter by saying jovially Theres no hnnn done gen tlemen Tis merely a lnpans lingUa- eIt was about the cleverest ploy ot words i ever heard Among the guests was a Broadway merchant up from the gutter worth about 3000000 and proud ot his vocabulary which was not unlike Mrs Malnprops continued Quarles no shook with merriment nt the bankers wit The happy elrcct Induced Win tQ gIve n dinner the following week with about the same guests and as 1 happened to learn afterward he had dI rected his servant to let fall n piece ot roast beet on the floor The servant faithfully performed Ills part Down went a nplendid first cut weighing about fltteen pounds the delicious juIces spattering everywhere Wo all felt hurt nf the occIdent Some even groaned Be not uneasy my friends chirruped the would be witty host tls only n lapsus linguae NOW York Press 08nagging Salmon In Alaska I saw Indians on the Chllcat rIver fishing day and night The fisherman walked nlol1 the bank carrying a polo on the end ot which was a barbless steel hook Tossing the hook end of the pole Into the stream ho turned It so that the elbow rested on the bottom Then he gently drew the pole back and forth and when lie felt n fish strike the shaft ho know that a salmon was prob ably crossing over the pole so he gave ltl quick jerk drovb the hook Into the fights side and hauled It up on the bank This Is called shagging salmonFor estand Stream Work It Out A man buys a pair of shoes for 3and hands the shoemaker a ten dollar bULThe shoemaker goes to a grocer next door to have the bill changed and then gives his customer 7 chanGe After tile latter bas gone the grocer rushes In and deelnres that the ten dollar bill was Ii counterfeit The suedochange for It flow much has the bhoemakcr lostfAri Eagcr Parent Jack ls tlo brave Lie went right Into tile library and split tQ father J want to marry your dadghter N J4Andwh t Iidyour tithersRYu ne Goode Which one Lipplu otta 0 Indignant Dieclaiaisr- yGCini1i t lh one11Rt That solid ileakla1 i 1rsniQIiiI blackbaark- at bnr finger hazel NuttTbq- dg i a1dnit make that mark rhnt art atlt dirt Chicago Trbune I a f + WOMEN WERE SCARCE A Fomfnine Face Caused a Furore In- Californias Early Dyo There were few women in the Ca1L forma mining camps In the old days and the advent of an emlrraut wagon with a woman to It caused a furore as la proved by the followIng Incident from the reminiscences of former Sen ator William M Stewart Women were so scarce In California at that time that this was suWcient to arouse the whole camp The boys as we wore called were scattered along the coyote diggings for n distance of about four miles and when anything unusual happened the words Oh Joel would bo passed along the whole line When I saw the feminine ratment lralscd the usual alarm Oh Joel and this called the attention ot the miners on Buckeye hills where I was to tba clothesline which had attracted my notice They gathered around on tho hill nearly surrounlllng the covered wagon and Its contents The rush of the boyilin the immediate vicinity to see the wonderful sight attracted tbose farther away and In less than ten min utes two or three thousand young men were anxiously watching the wagon clothesline and fascinating lingerie In alarm the man that belonged to the woman Inside stuck Ills head out of s small tent beside the wagon I os sired him that no harm was Intended but that we were very anxious to seethe lady who was the owner of the clothes This aroused her curIosity sufficiently to Induce her to pnll the curtain ot the tent avlde so that her taco could lie dlsoere but not fully seen I then proposed that wctrnalm a donation to the first lady that had hone ored our camp with l visit I took from my camp a buckskin bag used for the purpose of carrying gold and invited the boys to contribute They came forward with great eagerness and poured out of their sacks gold dust amounting to between 2000 and 3000 I thou proposed to appoint committee to walt on the lady aI present It The motion was gentlcjmensack of sold and went within about thirty feet of the tent and made as good n speech as I could to Induce the lady to come out nlIurlng her that all the men about her were gentlemen that they had seen no ladles for so many mouths and that the presence or one reminded them of their mothers and sweethearts I1t home d told her that the bag ot gold was hers on con dltlon that she would come out and claim It IIerhusband urged her to be brave but when she finally von tured out about halfway the cheers were so vociferous that she was scared and ran back She repeated thlll performance seve oral times null I kept moving sloWly balk far enough to get her away from the little tent so the boys could have a good view ot her I suppose half nn hour was occupied with her running back and forth while the boys looked on In admiration when 1 finally gave her the bag with all the good wishes ot the camp She grabbed It and ran into the tent like a rabbit The next morning the wagon oxen man audI owner of the Inspiring apparel gone and we never heard of them In after liteIWhere the Funds Wont As nn Instance of the happy vo lucky character ot the early dark v the tollolng extract from the Albany N Y city records may prove interesting In 1826 the trustees ot thin Atrlcau Baptist church applied to the common council for permission to circulate a public subscription paper In old ot tile funds ot the church It was moved to lay the petition on the table pending investigation for the reason that the prIncipal part of the funds secured by a previous subscrIption for the African church had been used by the trustees In treating themselves to hot suppers t- Presidential Succession During the first session of the For tyntnth congress 1885j the preR- Idontial succession was fixed ris tollow In case ot the death or removal of both president and vice president thuu secretary ot state shall act as presl dent until the disablllty of the presi dent bo removed or n president 19 elected If there be no secretary or state the secretary of the treasury shall oct d9 president And the succession passes In like manner to the secretary of war the attorney gencrul the secretary ot the nay and the sev rotary or the InterIor In the order hero given Cultivate Your Power Do not pray for easy lives Pray h be stronger men Do not pray for tasks equal to your powers Pray for pow ere equal to your tasks Then the do trig of your wort sbah be no miracle llut you shall be a miracle Every day you shall wonder at yourself ot the I1chness of life which has comoon you by thograce of UodPhillips Brooks Faded Tess Yes sM sold her husband married bctr for her beauty What do iniroarberhusfand must feel liko a widower 1oWrlilllid lilila Press moneyenuifWalker4lYots Q jQee Ttrcd Tattgra A goomatlc tiro vet perlicq lubs- Chtcpgoflews b 1 Thqmihoitniumwill be n time tr1Ce j- pt good intenttons Puck Y I i i fi r Parceling Outdo People FlIshing two toys strong their big retch ou the same string Passing n graveyard they entered the gate to divide the cutch dropplllJr two fish just I1S they went laslde the cemetery lOIl81I1g an aged 1egro heard the two boys 411 take ihls one you that ouu I tIlls one you that one l this ont you thnton etc The negro listened In dismay and ran away as rapIdly ns his old legs could carry him He met his negro minister who called Deacon why you run in such terror Declare parson I been down yonder by do graveyard and over do fence heard do devil and do Lord parceling out do people atween em The parson laughed at the old mans fright and made him go back with him to the graveyard to convince him ot his error The boys were still dlvldIDgYou take that I take this etc Finally ono boy asked What you going to do with them two at the gate This was more than parson or dea con could stand and both ran Ilcllmcll neither wishing to take any further chances no matter what was going on just over the fenceAugustn Gal Chronicle Penguin Battles The penguin II notable diver among sea birds wins Ills mate by rIght ot conquest The mole bIrds tlghtfor the possession ot the females These cu rlous birds have regular duel grounds where relics ot Innumerable combats In the shape ot feathers lie scattered about In the center Is the fighting arena clear ot all debris The pen gums feathers and blubber form an efficient shield against their opponents beaks so the weapon used Is the sllor sipper the only wings the birds pOSe I seas The tight begins with the two combatants walking round each other waiting for an opportunitY to grip Once this Is done the flippers como I Into play The fighters shower blow I after blow upon each other There Is no record as to how these fights end I but It Is a safe supposition to say that they are seldom fatal Tile force of I the blow from a penguins flipper Is t such that three or tour ot them will draw blood from the human hnndIHow Models Make The artist gazed In rapture on The Kiss his latest Do you grasppictureIslonato grace ot girls warmth and the power wherewith her tense white arms draw thoyoung man closer ever closer Well J got that Idea from my model a shopglrl But for my models suggestion Id have put the girl In a stlrt cold pose and the picture woulll never have been the masterpiece It Is But my model pointed out to me the abandon where with a girl whether ot high or low station gives herself up toa kiss nld1eti student Yes she made my picture The fact Is models make with their valuable hints and suggestions lots of pictures Tlleros many n muse terpleco whose merit Is due to the splendid pose that the mol1elorlglnnted for the principal figureNew Orleans Tlmes Democrat SportsI na In tlvo sportsman Is the owner of one ot these bulls for which lie has refused nu offer ot 10000 rupees It has won several races and Is looked after and- as carefully tended us a Derby favorite The owner values It nt 25000 rupees and It Is sold It brings him an nunual Income ot from 12000 to 16000 rUIIIC- sIt is carefully guarded by four men lest It pay be got ot and doctored lnIfor we are told by u provincial reporter that he has observed that even the best boxers strike out with theIr eyes tightly shut and It they do hit each other It Is more by chance than any thing elseCalcutta Statesman The Wrong Lady Some young tdlcra had been enjoying tho fun of hailing passing shopglrls with rather doubtful eompiluieuts and from some Qt the answers returned It was evident that not all of those addressed were tallllg things kindly Presently one ot the older boys seeing It was going too tar spoke up Look a hero now tcllers ho added youse might think youse Is wise guys hll all that but just keep on an the wrong yeIThe Mullahs of India A mullah or as It Is more prperl written mullah Is a title glen In In dlo and throughout the cast generally to a religious lender of any description Thus the sultan of Turkey Is n mol lah becauso ho Is the supreme bend of the moslem world And there urebun dreds of others To most of the more conspicuous among them we prddx the adjective mad This however must not b0 taken to mean that they are insane the word being used rather In Its oriental significance ot IUspircd The person of the molink Is sacred Not oven the mighty Ilabibullall himself would care to Idy u sarrllcJlous Anger op one of these saintly personages If ho were to venturo such I- tunlieardot thing vengeanca would surelyovertabe hlui Iro It Is tile cardinal principle of the UHmonlJ- Ihl Dl s are collecHely terifed ln Injury liurposely caused to one of their number tact only lie atoned tqr by thodcnth or tho1 iudlyldi i1iu OctlngIt 1 hO eatct DAnocl to uwimmeS- sit isnt cramp tnhl a11C guard f r- r r r yt rrt tWit carries off so many good swim mere After nil what Isa leg or arm cramp Couldntl good swimmer easily turn on Ills back and float till the attack departed No crump wont account for tho strange seizures that In a twinkling turn a very fish of a swimmer Into a helpless speechless drowning paralytic What accounts for this business Is water Inhaling A swimmer Inhales spray through the nose is It posses through the pharynx behind the epiglottis or windpipe guard and so down into the windpipe The result Is nearly certain death Swal lowing water does you no harm but breathing It may kill you now to avoid accidentally breathing It though that is a question noboy seems abis- to answerPhiladelphia Bulletin yAnother Way Out of It Nobody had ever had reason to accuse Abel Pond ot being dishonest but he was as sharp n man In u bargain liS could be found In the county When the building committee applied to him for n site for the new library he was ready to sell them a desirable lot but not I1t their price I couldnt feel to let It go under- GO he said with the wild obstinacy that characterized all his dealings witb- his fellow men It wouldnt be right Yon ought to bo willing to contrib uto something for such an obJect said the chairman ot the committee It Its worth six hundred why not let us have It for five hundred and call It youve given the other hundred r mno1 coull1nt do that said Mr Pond stroking his chin but t tell you what J will cIo You glvQ me seven hundred for It and Ill make out u check for a hundred and hand It over to you sos you can head the list or subscriptions with n good round sum and kind ot wale up folks to their dutyYouths Companion A Real Apology When the late Joel Chandler liar rls was an editor hero among us sa an Atlnntan I called on him one d and found him very willing to corr an error about mo that crept Into his columnsIdictions public apologies and the like ondUnrlo Remus took down n scrapbook and read me on apology that etas- an i apology Indeed It had happened he said In a Transvaal paper Ill never forget It I agreed with Mr liar rls that It was the finest specimen of I the pUblic apology and retraction extant It said I I the undersigned A C du Plessls retract hereby everything I have said against the Innocent Mr G PDczulden flout calling myself nn infamous liar and striking my mouth with the exclamation You mendacious mouthl Why do you lie s07 I declare further that I know noth Ing against tho character of Mr G P liezutdenhout I call myself besides a genuine liar of the first clalsjA Co I CLEAR RUN left over from last week Oct 20Mr CecIl Ctrson lard Miss Geneva Ralph both of IJIrncttll Creek negitborhood eloped to Ton uelssee Sunday und were tnurrled j ycsterdaylafter ltr Cttarlle Scltnflr and fnuuly of- Itztver Dart ill visiting relatives J ore t 1 uud Its Waker SIII lot nmor Dam were ttu guests n- lrehtves acre n fors tluys lust week- Mrs HId n Hooves 1111 Miss Liz lluigllnd SIOIlt Monday WWI 1n IIzio Mutrnyly nod family SIi HUldln lloaghunl sail ltr James Grey and dnugtdei ht upon Munflny wltii Mrs L C Hoover- 1A Ligt Hoover Horton and Mr- nftiz hoover or Meriedth Grusoll Con Ty is visiting reintho here and tt- Thunet1 Creek lira C T Funk his returned to I her tome lIjIJr Taffy after tOOlII- days visit to lcl tlvorn IndiuM For Sale A firstclms confectionary Pnd bakery Situated on Union street in- Hartfurrd Kentucky A splendid bUS mess for the right party W C SCHLEUPUon CENTERTOWN Oct 23Dr G F Cnapnllu It at home lignin since tllldng a trip tote West U S WIulln has gone to Ark on- a buwaess trip L C Morton and son lire proparing rapidly for the work on their itOW brick store Mrs Dab Owon DIal Mis hoary ender of WUII1ms Wmcs bitted tau- tamlly of J M Slutcldott pert tilll week Mr Arllogllown Leda spWtt last Eattnhiy and Suudoy hero with leis aunt tics Jeoulo Davis Mr Leo Mason or nenr Cromwell has purr aced nn tutorest In JIO stole hero or McKinnoy and son is now ready to greet ula od friends and find ones IICI MIs E 1r MQrteii epd Mtry 1Iel11 urn m the tilck llpt Ji1heNF McKinney bore thin wgck Many otour Republican friends mot here last Saturday andWi feed it jnoe and hoisted andtutfurtidOatG Gloly to te breeze Mr 3t gitltil gaup 041lnnrdsthg polIttcal tnik to thin people last ut- urday lJA Mrs hi tatinzIlS III bore reds Wcelt1lilingfrleud- sfu lforlaft t f ++ + + + ++++H 11 i I THE KENTUCKY i Light and Power CoINC- ORPORATED WILL WIRE YOUR KOUSR RY OOSr i CLEANIf BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN t REACH r iE G BA BASS Manager t + + ++ + oJ I I IN IACN TOWN district t baseamI moD w J taMI ialtllfnoahu + rbisydewasbipto andputkeep the 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nOW York lrnrr CSHatWasbloglmtD0S yC lJURBUlENlGHOST Noisy Nocturnal Rounds of an Invisible Visitor QUEER DEATH OF OLD ABEL Hho Uncanny Incident That Disturbed the Quiet of an Old Virginia Home A Nightly Tramp That Never Ceased Until the House Was Demolished- I am not exactly prepared to Bay that 1 believe in ghosts said the old gentleman from Virginia but at the same time in view of certain things that have been told mo by persona whoso reputations for veracity do not admit of a doubt I cannot allow my self to ridicule the Ideas of others who do believe iu an occasional return to earth of the dead There is ono case In particular that I know of personally and that can be vouched for by a number of citizens in tho upper counties of my state and that Is tho case of old Uncle Jabes Martin who knew a number of well to do farmers in Fauquler as well as In Spottsylvnnla llnppabnnnock and other counties In the northern part of the state Uncle Jabe as most every ono who knew tho old fellow called him had considerable of the nomad In his disposition and led a wandering pastoral life lie was always willing to work when any ono needed his servo ices and did a good deal of rough carpentering in return for a meal o vittles and a shakedown as he ex pressed it and as ho was pretty well known in the land of his pilgrimages it was a rare occurrence when he was t not given a welcome If old Uncle Jabe thought more of one family In the state than he dill of another It was tho Greens Virginia as all know Is full of Greens An estimable crowd they lire and nearly all of them consider themselves as related In some degree of consanguinity to the others or that name The Greens of Virginia is the finest tribe of that name in seven states was the con stunt boast of Uncle Jabe and above and beyond any other Green anywhere be locol Mn we Dickie Green of Fau quler and that Is where my ghost story If you will pleas jto consider it as such begins One wild night In the month of Oc tober not very long before the war the old wanderer made his appearance at Squire Greens Mr Green was culled squire by virtue of being a Justice of the peace Jabo wanted his usual meal o wlttles and shakedown and it was at his service ns usual and after a good supper he sat on the back steps of the house smoked Ills old pipe for awhile and then went to bed Squire Green was engaged In some work that kept him up until midnight and ns the clock struck 12 ho heard a heavy sound on the stairway It seem ed ns If some one was conning down the stops with heavy Irons on the legs The sound was carried to the door which was opened noisily nnd then closed with n terrific crash Thinking It strange that old Jabcz Mnrthi would be guilty of making wicli unneceosary noise the squire rushed to the door and opcnod It The moon was shining In all its beauty and everything was perfectly calm and nobody In sight Hack again went tho surprised squire mud up Into the attic chamber where Martin always slept wbftu he made lib calls lie found everything calm and quiet there It was tho quiet of death for old Uncle Jab was lying supine on his back with his glassy eyes staring right up to the telling whero the squire left him until tho morning I When he related the circumstances in the morning It scorned that every dlsIturlxI1strange part of It Is that next night the mine sounds were heard again even to the slamming of the door and j nn Investigation proved that there was j no person to make them There weruIno cowards In Squire Greens tu but the noises disturbed them nnd I when they were hoard as they were frequently nt midnight they became BO ued to them they woiH simply re lUrk that tndo Julie was tramping ajrln and go to situp again Frteuda and neighbors who knew of the ghostly exercises were averse to tnylcg till night In the lionxc and the dflrUicB couldnt be brlbm to come near the place after nlutitfiill The sounds never roagwl until after tho house was torn down nnd cvon Us demolition which It was hoped might reveal the source of Ita strange and grewsome eXPIIIUl1110nFanquler county ald the relater of the ghost story who cute anti I have no doubt readily will testify to time truth df what I have made mention Of Washington Tost i Thcce Mcnl I went into the olllce looking like n frl t said the woman I didnt LI J a chance to straighten my hat or pit my hair or anything I hall Intend il to Primp pons up In the elevator but thero was a man standing before each mirror twirling hIs mustache and I couldnt even get a peep at myself j New York Times A Sound Reason crt aged five was irritated by I thcrrylng of Clara aged two jjiatcr ho said with great serious Jess vImy dont yqn stop crying You t mltst bo sick You dont look well soiiudwehiyt j b CrcumstmncgAarobc pnd tbi+ cot1 jtrpMof I 1 pndBct Is inhle i V1 po1eteft qrutJt I illE ALE TREE A Life lever Sfisr tsttf During the Aa = Draaflhts at WM MM m MB tottfe thirty feet high corefftmmi tte bark ota box tree aad wHh a e am tree growing out where the eerie esetbt to be Suck was ttwvagr te wnlchi an Eng llshmaa Omxtotb tkr tic bottle tree which BBiIer Has Bctfco and truly one wise does sat ftaow the tree Its sudden appoKaser fa his pathway often latl1em1A eReZtasq scrub must t make a Tlrlfl linHLMiiim The lower part eC tll trunk Is thick and cyllmflric drotaafatg In elzo toward the top 3tss3ar being that ota gigantic livtec S U3c ftam the neck of which clie afr branches and leaves that tile tnr yc 8rss s In this respect It canAea ae aa excess tho pe culiarity of vntt JUastrallon trees namely ttacir Tat rbunches for a considerable distent wpi the stem The beet lad Zwrpfslf + color and Is very hues says Sbt Piaittdelphla inquirer but the wsufl SaeMo ta soft and moist Ote latter taw be chewed in the same +rajr sxct gar sane but as it lacks its awcet jtotaaat taste it is rarely used is 4bl waj This peculiar cbaractertotae T 4kf tree however makes It a ralaUe load for cattle Indeed dariac Or long droughts which occaBlasaty siltAustralia bun dreda of oetUen last to thank the bottle tree taraarlsC them from ruin Sometimes Car auau than a year and in tbe Inlaafl Mtfttr tot stili longer periods Beared a dspg of rain falls Every lose vt jyta is dried tanks become erapty aab BO longer run and la many ears dry up altogether as do nearly all water boles and lagoons cultiraltai far Impossible and fodder for cattle aae tones is extreme ly difficult tit prerarf Tten the bottle tree cornea hnvtsevm Every scrub Is searched fur ties tiTlng bottles nnd everywhere 2s Ibtuii the ringing of axes as the jrtnwsfc attractive trees arc laid Jaw As soon OM thr tnrdb too been stripped of its bark bt turtle arc brought J to It if within ray Stance nnd there they remain tin xsttHtr leaves nor wood is left In Shrew where the I settlers have aio stitSs of their own they will drive mane miles in order to obtain a waenu loail fl this great tress ureSometimes lurtrril of the setItlermake a enbetirutf tut proper chaff In many insUiErr ttnrlng a drought I except for prickly JWIJR and the foliage of trees tattle Hit fed on these living bottles utrms and they have been the meats ursarias large quanti tics of stock It seems tnnrgp 3t2t to the absence of rain these 3riv aSroltl retain their I moist Interior as tiMaajority of oth ers look dry and iSrtaght stricken I But throngboia 2l1 too bottle tree flourishes Utfaiy lit lark green leaves toward the iky srltutber tire farmers nnd squattecB Stwu hanging eyes In hopes of the Kfebrt 3m rain I When the dry fvaumc ends nnd the land In n very Iw wtcks Is covered with fresh Fury passi the work of the bottle inv is IfaJtt Rut mindful of its pasr nsHftttei so farmer min j less under ubnu1nlv necessity fells this tree and It may tiTteua Uu seen Htnnd lag lu solitary yzsxuur Its shah outlined mpriffrS the blue IIIJ1 while the luud of IS base tins been put under cuitlmtho wr has hen IonI vetted Into gtmitis ctaunds for time cattle Homemade Caometer Those who linwriuit utatloii tiny try the followlnp jorttxA of milking nIcheap baronutLT 3 avikvttl In Take eight grain i paTverlwd cam nltrlltp1atty grams of filcabol fcA the whole InI u long Bwidcr Jiottt dated at the top with a piece of IWaiZBer containing a pinhole to admit Mir air When rain Is coming the solid wtlcles will tend gradually to inotrtu ifttlo star crystals forming In thcJlffnit which otherwise remains clear U lifeft winds are tip preaching tbe HtfiiK wfl become thick as if fermenting mite U 111m of solid particles forms Oil tlcsurfaco During fair woollier lilt It iM will remain slept and the bond qtinilclca will rest at the bottom RivJ L n ex An Kngllshimiu Iriu C boasting of his ancestry look n un trout his pocket and polntlti at arM bead engraved on It said My jpiargreatgranJfa timer was inudi a stud by the king whose Picture 31111 m lie hIs sUllllng What a colnrldimtt fraud his Yun kee companion iwln sf IICP produced miottmr coin 113 gzrnt reat grand fattier was Diiifli rte mii ei by tho In illan whose jiirtiirr yta ste on this cent No VitJ1U You are cliarsctl vrtttt stealing nine of Colonel Henrjv Ykee last night Have you any uttnexai4T asked till Justice sternly NufsabT said Itnftlsr Jones hum lily I speekK 7V ncwrub peculiar iJntuhway but li atatt never been mail vustom to lias irttuvstiea ulonjr when I fioea out chitl a steal In sub Ncv r Tm bn lliro Ilndyour oatmeal Jt 1I iJtpllcll for the coffee Mr NrtMi anir mind Mrs Halkins 1 ilka it gun awrtL j Let those oho wwiM iJTct singular Ity with success rc tjirrnino to bo very rirtiionn woB liny wi bo suro tfci be very tlnj InWW j 1 lIon t w u- 1tWt fllCCACLbbntNIo I Typhoid if You Pull Through i Gives You a New Stomach GOOD EVEN IN RHEUMATISM That Painful Affliction Keeps Othe- Miseries Out of the System and If Promoter of Long Life Blessings of Colds and Smallpox To be struck down by disease seems II a most undesirable thing yet there are many living today in the fullest en joyment of very excellent health who but for an attack of some disease would have lived a life of almost per petual misery Theso people were first of all vic i tlms of indigestion in its worst and only those who have tormI it know what true indigestion Is I Struck down by typhoid fever theyI came through the trying ordeal cured ccjcenglve911youa an That Is the grand chance offered tone o who has suffered it may be for long years from acute indigestion If only he takes care after an attack of I typhoid he need never know lad iges IDe+ vised to go hunting around for typhoid fever That might provo to be a disas trous courso to follow those1tblngseven n chronic cold has Its good points moro especially If you hapnen to be up e11coplosuffer from chronic bronchitis seems I to get remarkably well It keeps tin blood in good circulation for o course the victims have to cough nnd that gives the heart a Jerk and sends the blood coursing nicely through the veins and nrterles If time cold be not too acute old people derive considerable benefit An acute attack on the other hand may j cut off an old person in n day or two It Is the chronic type only which yields benefit Smallpox is a dreaded scourge so much so that If it be reported that n case exists In a neighborhood a thrill passes through the whole community Yet those who suffer from smallpox and recover usually live to n green old age It seems to renew life mysterious way by thoroughly purfeyI Itiff the blood j If however you desire to attain ton ripe old age you cannot get on at nil without rheumatism Consider theIhosts of old folks you encounter bling about grumbling nil the day about their bones and Joints In all probability these old people would have been In their graves yours before but for this very rheumatism Tile reason is tint If rheumatism Is In the system it keeps other ills out It moles n grand fighting force and keeps most other enemies of the hn roan frame nt bay especially those of the germ typo Very naturally If you have such n grand friend at hand you have to pay j something for aid rendered but time pain of rheumatism It shockingly fie yore at times Is not deadly and tluit j Is why one gets so little sympathy when suffering from rheumatism I nut the plain fnct is that a slight malady always benefits you even if Indirectly As an example of that say a very bad spell of weather comes along cold and wet and you contract a slight chill j What do you propose to do Why to tale the greatest care of yourself and make as certain ns possible that eloP1Ingpearance nnd cause you to be ex triinely cnraftil of what you did there is no saying what might happen to you any day during a spell of evil cold weather You might have exposed yourself so much that n severe chill would Imvo nelzcd you followed by Inflammation of the lungs Accordingly a slight cold may easily save you from hinny worse Ills In this minor uflilctlous act as oinlInA man for example has Inlll moro or less constantly yet pays tt01lI heed always exporting that It wihI appear ono day sow If he Imid list paid attention to iivi matter attl I- Xgluulnghoeded the warning Inpjibrt he might not here Ifcen let 10101 n fEernd aebo nil tl1f11l are xvarnlngstbnt sane itlag chat is on the way andfvjll he along shortly Piiivmjs otJay An idea of Qirlneasi 1 floes yeti titled sosilhlaw know nuytlilni about ImslnettsV j CUHlrox1101l1ltf1l1l1 DotesJIIndhWnRblnpton Star f The Lightweight Chemplcn Slmpkltm You say that little mnri was formerly time lightweight chanv plan Tlraklns Yes Slmklns JIpw did he lose the title TlmklnsOhe didnt lose It He merely sold hsgro cery nnil retireLChicago News Jv To feign n virtue Is to have ItsoppOJ eltfl vIcp Iinivlllornrh j S 7 J to HUMBLED THE PRINCESS raJitia tideSouthOne night John Sharp Williams while a student at Heidelberg Ger many was In attendance upon a swell function at which the guest of honor nllcgootohilands This princess was magnificently bedecked and bejewcled and her warm olive complexion set off by a redalips snow white teeth and sparkling eyes made her tile center of the function The masculinelike Germans swarmed about her like bees around a honeysuckle vine and oven Dutch femininity could not discount the charm of her manner or the beauty of her person i John Sharp was introduced of course and Immediately upon obtain lag a near view of the princess bus southern Ipstlncts rose to the surface and his southern blood began to boll Watching his opportunity hemnnnged to get to the beautys elbow Then redoing his voice to n low but perfect Illy audible key he sent into her star fled ears this alarming query Look here nigger where did you come from 7 Panic stricken and with all her self possession scattered the alleged prln- cess turned upon her interrogator as sho hearth the familiar intonation of the southerner amid looked into his un relenting face Then she stammered Fum South Carollny boss but for de Lawds sake dont tell It Whether John Sharp respected the pitiful plea of a southern regress in a faraway land earl permitted her to- I continue her bold Imposition upon the notIprincess realized that she was in the presence of one who from intimate knowledge of her race had divined onlyjBASTILLEtMen and Methods In the Famous Old French Prison The Bastille as a prison was appar ently better kept and cleaner than either Blcctro or the Chatclet arid 1m prlsonment within its walls did not It would seem dishonor the prisoner or his family A great many prisoners were charged as mad and under this clastic term time violent maniac the ambitious madman the young spend thrift the megalomaniac the reacher for tho philosophers stone or the se cret of perpetual motion nil these tiresome persons might bo and were included iHow then did these prisoners live In tho underground cells or dungeons as in the cells in the towers the prison ruleIleg three meals were served a day with drinkable wll1oln potable In cer tale cases according to the quality beiprovisioniallowed their own servant It he would- consent voluntarily to undergo con finement Voltaire began to write the Ilcnrlado ns prisoner In the Bastille Encycopedluicradle of bis fame but we must re member that it was perhaps not ad Bastillejwalls and that as M Moulu has reminded us the old Spartans offered sacrifices to fear Prisoners more over had to sign on their release an elaborate declaration by which they swore never to divulge directly or In directly anything they might have learned us prisoners concerning the Bastille Mrs Frederic Harrison in Nineteenth Century A Feat For Blondin Speaking of the straight and nar row path said n congressman red minds me of a story about n man 1 lateIcame out he started to walk in the middle of the street II hey John said n friend who met hisIJohnoDo you think Im Blondln Saturday Evening Post Got Tired Quick toIIImind hauled It to the barn By the time oclockiWIIWhat will wo do now What will ve do now roared the farmer Why well po after another load of hay In that case said time new hand from town I Will resign LavnI from with his kitchen Now then lat what Is the lava I hear the master talking about Only n drop of tho crater was Pats reply No Advance Copies Given Out saywhendaHe wont Asay it until next Thurs day night and it wont bo released before 1230 a m Chicago Tribune Tho wrestlersmind nthletcs of JIVlrtonJmilk mi k 1 I IJ Glfy Mornillgs1 These Ik r Times for a little thicker clothea f Our middle weight PEREC TION just the tliiiig Neither too cool for tliesd mornings or too warm fur midday Styles iii good variet3iand superior in workmanship Quicks pricestoo WHY ARGUE With the weatherman He cant help you but we can I Weve g Clothing for all occasions rain otherwise hot or cold orI But make hay while the shiqe come in now while the IChoice isgood and wide Those Frat Clothes are the ones the dressy fellows in this town are wearing We can fit you ltnd your purse both BARNARD COMPANY Hartford Ky A1JtJt1In NUt IftM I CLOAKS 3 I 5 CLOAKS Cloak De= lOur nevert complete I with startling values as it is this I season You will actually be sur- prisedI when you see these attrac= I tive garments at ridiculouslyI buyIa- in the country are I open to us and we 1 are after them all I the time and we r f get them These i good things are for our customers There is no size so small but what butIi I appreciate our collections of La= I dies Misses and Childrens Wraps I erybodzytoTHEM TO YOU May we have an opportunity l ND d fc F D RNlflSfiftOS t BEAVER DAMaKY I t 1 jJt 1 f 1 t f t x iJ K it J I Ja 1 r t- L