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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r C i i T p i Jf F h k mLfdo fif t ttutfartv ftqnblicanIo- b sine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS pF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year Ht VOLXXL HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 131908 No17 1bsT GIVEN SEVERE JOLT IIio8Aq UNITED qJo STATES CIRCUIT COURTI Held to ijruiti Restraint i I Great Decline tn ttnerlcan Ta- I baccO CO s StiO esult of DedSiol 4bbaceo growers of Kentucky wl1- hullt with dellikt the news that the f tAr1 11 Tobacco company has been to be it trust tn restratnt- of trade by the United Suttee Circuit Court In eYork and It Is b uev1 t1lnklIwhloh hus c so fering and desiltutlon among the tobacco growers everywhere will be a ihIng tho past Ulon tlro report t+ of the decision colnmOI stOck of the American Tobacco Company fell 32 points The followIng Is a statement published concerning the douUIJ of the decision The contention of the Goverument that the Amer lon Tobacco Company isa trust operating In restraint ot trade and competition In vloatian of the Sherman antItrust law was sus tlned day In decisl ns handed down by Judges Lacombe Coxo and Noyes in the United States Circuit Count here Judge Ward handed down a dlssendng opinion I ToIrbY James O McReynolds and Edwlnp Grosvenor special assistants of the United States Attorney General the Government asked for nn injunction dissolving tl10 combination of the American Tobacco Company acid Its six subsMary cpmpanlos on the ground that it w us illerdu tlJHt it- ofierntMi kIn ref and c c 4Thu Government also asked the United states Circuit Court to appoint a receiver to wield up the uffulllI of the allied corporations While finding that lice way fIll il legal combination os charged Judged Ucollibe Coxe and Noyes lit their opinions sayhat Injunctions should be lesuedagalnst the defendants except the UnIted Cigar Companyy and the R P Rlclmrds Jr Company Tiro injunctions are howeveratuyed peild Ing an appeal to the Uulted Scales Supreme Court The petition asking for tile aPioint mont of a receiver to take charge of the companies included In tbn wm blue was refused GU being hnprac ttcable add wholly unnecessary tTo Imperial Tobacco Company and the DrlllsllAmerlcol Tobacco Com pany Engtiak corporations were In eluded In the Governments suit but the complaints agaIint these companies were dlsmlrsed Judge Laonnhein biis doolsLmsald- f Tfnere can be little doubt that the i eralstDJtute had been violated aEaeh one or the purehusea of oont panles complained of In the 11Jtlton was a contract and combination in- artvrtnadnt of ampetlthn existing wizen It was entered into and that is sufficient tor bring It within th- ebn of this drastic statute In addition to the Amellcau Tobacco Company the defendants named In the Oovernmmlts suit included tIle Im perlal Tobacco Company Vie DrhllI American Tobacco Company tile United Cigar Stores Compuny and fiftyn1Up other small corporations Who suit was filed Jury 101901 and asked specifically for the appointment r of reroivoro for the various defendant companies It tufts alleged Wwt the Uapert l To- barco Company w loUcoltrolethe tobacco trade or Greet U1Iflln fought theefrorts of the Amcrlcn Tobao Company too sell its goods Ulnt country and that as a result the tmperlalland the American comp nJIjJ onunlied the Drltlsh Amerlein TobAcco CompatJyt control the trade outsldeot QrettDrltaln and America c be Amorduan Tobacco Co was lohned under lib laws of Now Jersey In1S94weIJtb 014 Aemrican Tlobacd- Co Cbmpanytbe ooiisbltditedoimpany- gndHthe Continental Tdbacco Cpm j pang hero merged under n single hood U doran agreemmtt reached at that tlm the areatqoffif any acquired flb plants factories tproporty and tjdo t 4 t t T- wt i t rr t I themnrks off component comp inIe- and in nddllion w that It now utya- K majority of the stock of the Atped can Cigar Colnpany ilnd of the cone mn stock of the American Snuff com pay U14 Havana TobacC Compmnl and the American Stogie Comp uiy Under im agreement made In 130- 1rho vast export bw1nese of the Amer can T cbaeoi oompinIs ecuducted by We nrlUfJ1Atncrlcan Tobatco Corn pony Limned This latter corpora then has a capital stock of 3000 00- 0twothirds of which is owned by tlle American tIobaceo Company Tap American Tobacco Company it self is aapttallzed at 180ooO00Q Its Prelden Is Jas D tJDukl but Thlcm- Rlf E Ryan tile banker and cl1l1ttalfst has been regarded as the dominani force In the great corporation Since January 1905 regular quarter ly dividends at the rate ofG per cent OJcommn same amount have been paid quarterly and In Iddltlon II 10 per cent extra dividend was paid fn December 19055 per cent extra In September 1906 I 712 per cent extra In December 1906 fi per cent extra In June19077 12 percent extra In Septoonber1907atr 2 12 per cent extra Iu last December Ex tea dividends agregatlng 15 per cent on the common stock have been paid thus far In the present year DIR ORS LiABIEI FOR NEGLIENCE Important DeclsloQ Handed- Down By Judge Birkbead During tore rnorhlug session of cll cult court Monday a very important opinion that will affect tiro various suits that have been brought by depositors asu1nllt tile directors of tae Owensboro Savings Dank and Trust company and the Daviaa County BanI and Trust company WM hand ed down by Judge Dlrkbead The opinion was a victory for the doposltos us It states that if through negligence or the directors or presldent of the bank the dopes tors lose any amount of their do posits the directors cun bo hold li able under the duble liability act The opinion Is IL lengthy one rind was handed down In the case of J Dr Stinnett sgalnst Jumee H Puris1 and OUlel8 but affects a large num ber or other suit that leave been brought by the depositors against the offIcials of the defunct Owens boro Savings Dank und Trust coin parry to make them stand good for tle amounts that the depositors lost thnugjJ tter nranipulatlon of the funds Judge lljrkhccd ruled tnt If owing tr the neglect of the IOrrtclllls or through their carelessness tuo bank- became Insolvent they were liable 4o tile depositors out of their private property TM directors of We bank tare trustees of the depositors and wizen they fall to act In the intelOSt of the depositors they nre guilty of not performing their egnl duty Judge Dlrlbenli also ruled that in- bls opinion the plaintiffs wore permitted by law to bring SUit ngalu8t nil the dlrectora nt ono time it they no desired and that taey could orargo more than ono ottcuco In their petition TIle court hed that tile direc tors should be liable for luy amount the dOlJOsltors lost and that If we assets of tae Lank wore riot suit clout to fury the same that they tiver- elfablo out or theIr personal prop oily W S Wilson of Plnkneyvllle Ill IIndE Rice of LoulsvLi1e are Ure only directors Of We dofunet boro Savings Dank and Trust con pany who are 801vectOwel +o Messenger ForSale A flrstcrnss confectionary and bakery SItuated on Union street It- Ifartforrd Kentucky A splendlct bUS Inwfortherlght partY Nr O SOHL MtR yta ivcI 4- t 0 iJtV t r o o r 1 l iI0 i 1 i J t V1h t f STATE ELECTORAL VOTES AND PLURALITIES FOR PRESIDENT Taft Bryan Electors jEsk Plur Eecwrs Eat Plur Alabama l 11 WOOO Arkansas i 9 2000U California 10 JGOQOO Cototado 5 5000 connect tut- l 7 41000 Delaware 3 3000 Fonda j 5 20000 Geprgla 13 40000 idho I 20000 Illinois r 21 70000 Indiana 15 8000 town 13 f40000 Kansas 10 26000 Kentucky 13 5000 Louisiana r a 9 40000 Maine GI31500 1 Maryland 2 r 150 rUchueUs i 16 x20000 Jchlgau 14I + 190000 I tfinncfota 11i 7G000 IMisstssifpl 10 75000 Ltssnuri 18 12000 rontanl1 a 3000 Nebrintku 8 10000 30001NewNow Jersey 12 X60000 Now York 19 2por000 rOil Carolina 12 40000 North Dllokta 4 a 8OOO Ohio 23 10000 Oklahoma J t 7 10000 Oregon 4 jiiOOO Petllsrvllnlo 34 350000 Rhode Islllnd I17 O SUll Car Itha 9 55000 SuUtlL Dakota 4 iooo To nesiee H 12 20000 Texas 18 150000 Verlnlnt Utah 3 4 y0000 la d2 2iiOOO 5 i4G0l0 rYlrgl Virginia t 7 5000 ill 13 75000- Wyoing 3 2000 Totals 321 1620300 162 588000 Tafta popular plurtBy 1025950 rir EXSENATOR CARMACK KilLED IN STREET DUEL Political Bitterness Direct Cause Of Unfortunate Death Nashville tla CJllltal of Telhesace was the scene last Monday evening of- a deplorable homicide the direct out growth of Ue late Democratic prt mary election it that stow Pio vic tim was oxreactor Edward Ward Cmnoek who was defeated for the Democratic nomination for governor some morthsago Since hits rothneinerit from office senator Calmnck hand beet connected with the Morning Tennessee IIn one or tire lending daily pupern of NasllYIJc Ho itnd endeavored to even up ulll sores somewhat by criticising life onemcs from time to lime A number of these editorials ind been Ilhtcd at Crkl Duncau B Cooper former edttor of tile Alnertcul tMr Copper IlItd prete ted agatust these ctolmlug tans he was a prlvate clll zen and terufore suoulll be exenifkt Irvin such newspnper attacks Itt Is said that Mr Carmuclc had been warned by his friends that tie would have I troublo WWI tie Coopers Leto lion day evening 111 Cooper In company with ills roil Robin Coylor a ynutg attorney of NasilIIc met Mr Car mack on tile ereot nuel n street duel 1 IUl revolvers tool ptice Young CoolICIWH5 wthznded in tlJe shoulder though not serlously witIle Ommack received three bullet wounds nUll died Immec1lUle1y It is claimed tttat Mr- Cnrmack fired the first shot tough this Is not deftnltglq known The twrie occurrence has eHwlted great excltcmellt1jlougJloUt ttlu- ettto pf TeuucsooliH uU parUes 1 to Va tragedy are prominent people Dies In Birmingham w Alabama Hospital Lon Paxton formerly a wo1knoWn traveling Lunn of Loutsvflo tiled at- IDrmlugtjam AlA I1t 825 oclock lost Monday night His dea1thWJ8 the rseult of art opeitatfot per tornwd jn hIm Saturday night for appendicitis M1 Paxton was II i 4G01rs of age uttd had rcov Cl9l11lWOJhoit iit 4t I tI I J V t Yr r P Kenturkylo sevIeredluck OlctJ1ng company and ttpk stack In n clothing concern 11 Cincinnati Or He had been representing this firm In tHe South with hcaduaqrrclH lit Blrmlnglllun Ala Il1ul1cdacollelilivlS I cousin oPA V Thomson of the Ken j tuekyClottlnfr onrpauly Ho nl o rId rt few distant relatives In Irndrvtlle- It I Is likely that lilt body wUi he brought back rtKentueky rntd burled rd his old home In Cromwell Court Stenographer for Da viess County Marvin Miller was appntnted offl- clal coast stenograiiiier nn by Judge T P I1lrkireud 101ll1IYI tlon Is a very responslbin ono the appointment of Ir Miller wl l ho most SmlllIctll1Y to all court olfi- clels and attorneys For tho past year Mr Miller was In Ure office of tM Messenger Pubishhtg companynnr- 1o I Is one of the mast competent rilIlerli- ye rs sgu A peUUoh segued hy fnedllSkllI Ladles Social Club Meets I Ouo of We most unique und ell joyabe entertnlnmants or the season was that given by Mrs F L Felix at her besutiful home on WILlllut Mruot- 1lrs I Felix ls a clrarrntng hostessand- ber tuoy literary aceoaplistmuents en abled tier to tiluku tlto aflearawma 01- 1Itertllhment i one of profit ns wait as Pleasure T1ie color Mttenac greeli Dud white was betuttfully anti ur1Ffl1llYCillJlo out In the dfooraUOls tailes and ro- frosbmenttl A card containIng aulnberof per sonol questions was jlr sQrfted to eaoh guest ha arrival andrV 6h laughter ensued over the tunny anyivors whl h wore given FQur Progr jive games of flinch were played and eolt pluyar was par milted to told a tiny sod star to her tally whton su4 essful 4 Later in th fiwemngqwmi Curds Wore dlstrlbutedand orders for refresh f t yyxI101 4 t f 0 1 r yGIJ memo taken by the pretty little wall ers Mary EHznootbt Felix turd lAlla- I Glenn Tao menu was unique Iii wall flS puzzling for this Is lnow It read Menu Touched by Winters Initial Spring Offering A Study In brown Sugar and Spice and atl Thats Nice l cJi elors Solace Old Maids Delight AIIyj Nothings Autumns Greetings Tne ih- terpretatlon thereofMenu Malaga grapes with powdered sugar Water Chocolate cakes Cream Sherbert Coffee Tea Cream Candy Nuts Those present were Mesdames H E L Simmerman E D Pendleton tooker Williams Alex Barnett C AnIdP1EOn JICa J S Glenn ll1ssC6 Annie patton lathe Sandefur Lillian Monroe Mary Taylor Lettie Marks Sue Yetser MaI- glo tlfitrks rugare Nat TP Hotel I Ir W E Elvis who has had charge of the New Commercial Hotel has resigned to resume his old position In the hiring mill Mr Ellis is succeeded In the hotel business by that genial whole s ruled and curtecus- gettlempn Mr Wallace H Itiley- Hartfrd and the surrounding country sLould be proud of a flrstilass betel and under the management of ono of our home boys It Is up tdate In every respect and we hope the elqlK will appreciate It and hulll to iced It that way by their pat runngJ Wll11alo says good eating clean places to sleep null prompt ut- lell1lon is Its nrotw Lets nil give Wallace a trial A Memorandum Made During the Civil War In looking over u Diary I kept dur- Ing the attar part ot tllO War I fInd the followin memorandum we were theta at Reynolds Station Tenn ylz November 8th 1561 The regiment worked on the fortification uQUI- UOOII and tIIK afternoon We voted for rrrsrdent Was one of the Judges To vote staled HIJ fol owl li9 for McLellan and 51 for Lincoln I voted fur McLeihnr S K COX Now Congressional Delegation Stand Returns Indicate that the Ropub- icaus will tlllVIJ 216 member and the i Dentocrals 175 Tljls means the Re lIublllU6 will brave a majority or 40- In the next House The majorities in sevuml districts tine extrennelycosa and It is Possible toe official count 11uty make chouSes but they will not atfPit the control Tire state delegations In Congress will be divided IS lIDsSt Rep Oem Alabama 9 Arkonsas 7 California S Cool1l1lo 3 Gonneitilllt fi I Delaware 1- I9orida 3 111IIdhOIndluna lown 10 11 IKnnHls S Kentucky 3 81 Louisiana 7 Maine 4 Maryland 3 3 Ifnssacltusetts 11 3 MicFigau 12 lIl1nCo1n S 1- 3ltssitaippi S Missouri G 10 MoiiUnua 1 Nobuaska 1 5 Nevada 1 New Hltlnpitih 2 I Now Jersey 7 3 New York 26 11 71jOhio 12 9 Oklahoma 3 2 Oregon 2 Pfnnylvanill 27 G- Rholo Island 2 South Carolina 7 I Soutt Dakota 2 Tonnesrce 2 S Texas 16- Utah 1 Vermont 2 1 d Vlrgirtla 1 9 I Waspingtou 3 Wear Vlrginla 5 Wteconsln 10 1- 1Vyoming w iiir TAtola + k rl 17- JNeccssarytocontrol 196 J I Jr 0 rtaii ijt t r e Ab11 h FATAL AGGIDENT- INMGLEAN GO Meets Horrible Death In a FortyFoot Well Went Down Into Well to investt gate Blasting and was Over come By Gas rrhQ Owensboro Messenger says Jut as he was about to ho rescued from a death of suffocation in a well John H Mackey was killed In most horrible manner late Friday afternoon near Beech Grove McLean county Mackey and several other men were engaged In digging a well at the Rose Hill school 1touie Dynamite had been used to blast the rock In the bottom of tle well A heavy charge had been touched ore and Mackey was let down in the well which was forty feet in depth to ascertain the results He had been In tile well but- a few seconds when he culled to the men nt the top to letdown the basket saying that he was being suffo cated by gas ThH basket was letdown iuunediately und In a half conscious condition ire Was able to throw himself across time baskeut and gave tile signal to be hoisted to tile top W len the basket was within II few feet or Ue top of tile well It Is supposed that Mackey fain led Sudden his body became 1lnt1 and lie slip ped head foremost from the basket and fell to the rocks beLow When Mackeys body was taken from tile well It was found that his skull dead been crushed ills death had been Instnntenous The body was removed to Muckeys home and prepared for burial Muckey wus thirtyfive years or age nail Is survived by a widow and three children Ho was highly respected In McLean county Business Revl val Tlha Dally netvspapera have been tuning with dispatches since the eYec lion of Taft and Sherman telling or the revival of Industries all over the country It Is estimated that more thwt a million men formerly out of- empoyment will he at work on full time and good wAges by January 1st The Courier Journal one day last week contained about two columns of dispatches telling of the quickening of activities In every department of trade Factories which have been Idle for mouths will resume and otheds which have been working halt time have given notice that they will work full time while tile railroads of the country have given orders for material new Curs ect which will amour to millions upon millions or dollars furnishing employuneut for every Idle I11l1n who cures to work Such are SOme oft results of tiro Itepublknn Presidential victory Had thin country chosen Mr Bryan mere Is no dOUbt but fL fur different condition would have provutled every wnerlJ and the shops Dull factories already lit work would have closed dow 1i malting business stagnation unanvaous +School Improvement League Organized 1At 1Vest Xucreel Schoolhouse F Il day afternoon October 31 Prof W It Carson In his earnest way expressed to school and visitors to real need and itnpottanco of form tllg sucl1eagu Mi John P Foster grave au excellent tAlk on LIIWIIIIIj of School Ground 1Nllxt prooeeding waS for nomination of offtOJS its follows Prettilllmt J P Foatur Vice Vmsi clout Robort Davis StCJt1 y DelvnIJ Mc ortutck IT e first meurlni was rmlleti to orde by President on Ftlday evening Nov 6 Good hOl1ful talks nvore given cot corning till bosuUfyinrg of school ground by Esq Den S Chamberlin and IL M Wllrd fatrona nml alsohy MI- Edgar JIlllln DlIvless cOUnty I Preliminary retitarits by President which oddeagreat Interest to tlrg meeting 1 Acommittee washloxtappolntea to- make out progtatp fo rft rQ otl s Nor DYecretaryr 1i Yj f f 01 f Y- 1rS f jaRr lk 11lyl E RJL Po A CportivSYounpstsi That Hd qua With Motor Boat Writing ofa motor boat trip on the Black sea Henry c UuWIiud to A- pretons tellD of the piayfuluess of the porpoises Tbat erening wasa lovelf one the all ot a dellghttul tempernture very clear and the sell like n will loud 3 big schbol of porpoises came over to play with the boot and the water was so sparklingly dear and of such u surface that we here able to IItbenoise of the motor but swam danger ously close to the propeller and fre quentl1 rubbed themselves against the slllet of the boat Ono sportave youuSter kept getting across the stem Ior almost an hour 1 lay ou my face forward with my head over the bow watching him lIe was playful as a puppy and at last laveuted a little game of his own Lying across the stem he would let the curve of the bow roll him over and- over presently disappearing to swim back and repeat the performance pave watched porpoIses In many waters of the globe but have never seen any as kittenish as these A LONG DRINK The Way ri Fast Running Locomotive rScoops Up Water Somo bf the great transeonUnental engines take on 8000 gallons or 5 barrels ot water to be turned Into steam for the next run of two hours or about sixty miles But such n vast amount of Water Is n burden awl new supplies are desired oftener It Is a logs ot tlmu to stop and let such vast qWlIItltle1 come aboard through a pIpe hones some WilY of taking water while ItlhalllIalllllaulllip your is natures Lint Follow It up Find u level pnl1 11 the road and put dawn an Iron trout b four itches deep four teen incIm Wide and oneeighth ot u mill lung The engine comes rushing along and having passed the sad drops a scoo tutu this trough There Is a general splutter of water but a tree mendous stream rusbes up the sleeve of tile dropped band and pours into the water tank When It Is full the fireman ralss the scoop or It glides up the slope nt the far end ot the trough and the ellJlllu Is watered for the next runEpwurlh Herald Uses For Baby Carriages East sillerll In New York use their baby carriages until they literally fall apart Of course the primary purpose Is served well and often as the fam fly Is generally a good sized one Then anlllsbopplng goods ot nil hinds from nelgbborlng stores ntlll posh carts The cast slder- doesnt often have his things sent home IIs nut sure lie would get what he htul bought Then the little I hpys mo out out to hover IIrlllllld new i buildings or old ones bebng ilrnudished and tnther lu wOll to Ill pushed 1111I In tIe bay cnrriige On oilier occa1- slonll It is piled high with gau 1IlItlhlJl1SOluelluleJtenon tilled with coal When It is worn out It furnishes II little IhJlIII dour hoops for IIII rhildromi withow York Press Phenomena of Heredity It Is one ot tic phtnmenu lit lime- ditythut II by WlilltN to be t+ lutt his father wIIslt n sioetiaheri then m- sbeunkrr It an ironworker then 1111i ironworker It nn nrtlsau of nuy hue then IIn artisan in that lineand the father and uiIother who have come to hate till smell of leather or the grllllc- ot the suuith till oil waste ot the tea chine or the sweat of downright hard work rnjole or coerce lint boy Into somethinc thnt Is genteelly dull or respectably vtnpid and kill the germ that Wuuld have prodmirel list manU fscturer th uueItaulcnl engineer or tbtrcapltnhistlblindehpluln Telegtsph- Tsen Sho Missed It Wigsloss old soul She dnesnt- hefeyt aC nIII1 In the plllency of prny- fir ss ship td lVsggrYou surprise tile lIt has always been so extreunc- tJ roh1Iuu + ViggsVuii but the uth or day ebv ot rondy 10 go into the city sail tl1ll1 slip dlseovcred teat sin had orly Itll mhtiut e in which to etch till trulu So till hunt down III fore ae stttttat and for IIVO minutes preyed fervently that ski might catch kCahulle 4lIul1l1nl ntnl Tinne i ot Working NelllP ayavttfaet foe tlkacthses IIi fev bet deter by saying tou fN a6e IHtt got any senae yst iter mother eheled to such ati Wpa and Ale reIii d OIl lie Mara IIIhel ant- I hat It list wm kIng yctJI ilbeator 2- 71u Return 1jaglstrutl t I emetnber rightly thir III ut ur hlrst appearance ht- eMirt rri rNo your honor hat i bopI yen t t judge by nppoarnnce- aHatpefs Vvi silly- e If insinuation LonlrTlt ruy YOU Itnow that peo plo etch Iw ItI by Iludness Strung Is that who van ure so attoutlve to your n1ft1t notl rBoston Trap script There s outs virtuethe eternal sarrirt t George Saudr C J ffo1 ffiir 4 4 GM lirl The 1 TkeLitmus l M- stone I fa dtLTIirstrantMmore rewartiN ebe really 4 few iul1eeeeBSidtfI wMch to work J the marvek he radta ce Inel7 lm plrmenbare the Lee ilk ptow and the harroti tllefto 1Ce Chinese tannK nenrcln eC tlttiJrlltga other TIH Btc iites tools eccm14 never to tie terWil therms for It Is the and upon Rbicb be idles the most and Is tits moet erectl nptemerit It really takes theplaee of the spade In England though the kites Is never put such extcnslre anti general uses as hide TIle ClllIIII1m can do anything with it bet snake It speak A farmer well on is yatrs UD easily be recognized amidst a mmlbcrr workingmen by the etete tats ltnJIdS have wkel1 from holding the hoe In the many years or tee fn his acids With It It he Ja a poor man aid lwf1IO oxen to plow the IfOUIId he turns lip the soil where ho la going to plant his crops and with It be def T and with- a turn of his wrLct levels oat the surface so that It Is mute ready for the seed With alJr ldaded hoe be dips to the bottaa of alltrarm or of a pond draws tip the aeft sued that ka t gathered there and wRb a dc7teroua swing flings the dripping hoeful on to his field nearby to Increase Its richness by this new depostLLeadon King Extract et KMwlecfllL An article on BDllnimltfon Humor In a periodical called Normal Echoes contains aonee JO JIowJe They are none the yes tatereating for com lag from Madeats 18 tralning fortech ers A crtllcism of WDlfBm Blake that ns It child he YO precocIous In poetry but In tatrreusK developed into dogmatism Is a lee n the art or being lurtk111ate white the remark that the works of the time were mostly satyrs Is qualst though obvious course there Is boJUn over proper names There is natltkrg Indeed so good till Ute description of Cromwell as a man with csrsr features and having a large red nose with deep religious convictions beneath or the case of the Lapsed mar wino having by way of excepUai attended church admitted to the rectors wife that be had benefited for hI lad learned that Sodom and Gomortnh Were two clUes whereas be lusd always thought they were man and wife Manchester GuardIAn Fat and haze It the Medical RaCOnJ Is right mans pursuing In hr reottcr of bodily weIght what Is bad fur hlm a common trIck and woman Macs for n physical Ideal that would mean long life Jt achieved aometitlug rue indeed for women to do Mast mtfJ struggle to be fat Most womm diet to be lean Dr rtndrcth Symonds draws from a study or life USIIIUJe weights that people past the ae or thirty live longer I It below noriwul weight than they I do It nt or above dJltdmL Heart disease Is I1S rare aumn ui too undertat DS It Is common with the heavy folk and thIs Is true also of Blights disease apoplexy paralS1r cerebral conges- tions and cirrhosis of the liver Only InllJleulnonln and tuberculosis do the underweiglsts carry D greater risk In ull the cases wltkh be examined Dr Syniomds found not a single flit man who reached the egr sit eighty years i while tortyfour smart seights pnL84 thIs ratrk The Best Pride A titled Englishman while III New port tnlkld maxi tuterminlugly to II group ot ladles Jlhuut ancestral pride netl11 pride i au excellent thing he said bal thtr are better things We lenc lrgrn felt In Great Britain Mutt there air Jrtttrr thiugs 1 heard the sentiment rttrlcr pressed lAst season try t duchess is n great family bum site was lIrsI tu n young tnurIUfs dose tn III incomparubly grunter Ile 11111 rlther- worthless lazy c1 siatcll young mar iIUIs and he oomtlc1 to time duchess Illhout lds people nni very paved of my ancestry you know lie ceded Ten said tilt dueness and you have cause to Ill lout I wonder how i your ancestry would Rod aL Out you Half a League The class hind jw finlBheel recthtg TIll Charge dr tux Light Urlsat1c I row saudthe ther CUll one ptrsent tell ere the meaning otI those words Hale J league i Up shut the hand of Tllllmas Jones aged eleven tootllltU nptadn amid ht- domltnble fullback Plesc sir it meatus they couhlut- i get enough dulls to cake up the full league Some cue had lzaodtrcdlondol nsversI Not Z Carain Do you think dolt Mts Rlilder was huvhig fun wtllt me asked Chawlle ell old chap give Riot the details was Awlhurs rtsgarae You see I bud my huff terrier wIth me nod I said to leer ttmt dog known ns much liS I doAnd wlll said Dont 7011 think jrO tear too nmchlu luny for ltlniCleveland Lender I The Rilrt Lane i Fred dear I feed It to my hones That you are iItrg to take me to tilt lIoItIr tonight Whlrh lone rlerthrg- rIr tint sure but 1 think its m- ywlubiugclGaasns City ndepeudcnr- Appreheneivs J I i The heiressI mud to be loved for myself Count dt rote apprehen TivolyMy deulwy is there any posy ot thIs being r cuteot mistaken identityBhtstrttrd tilts Susplclon aitiays hnats the guilts- mindShakespeare I s I =i l Ij Tho Way the This 6esflH Ywbau Are enl Without Injury 5ahornlsoclll1eJ sifter n moue Belgian family upuied Sax who Invented Introduced these lustru clients aoouttbc middle ot the hint ccii- tury are limo halnstny ot mull modern brass bands They are manufacured- is many dlfletent sizes from high sa- praho to the huge contrabass or born bardon nod the most Important of the lot Is the eupbotiTuni vhlqb Huppfllnted tile now obsolete serpents anti opbl cleIdes Tluc tallest saxhorn cfer mnde stands eIght feet high anti coutalua more than forty feet of tubing The advantage of seamless or solid drawn tubes for such Instruments all trombones anti horns Is considerable since no matter how good the jolll may be sooner or later the action of the breath will near away the solder To bend these thus brass tube with out splitting or dentlngtbo metal was at ono time very ditficut but thauhs to a most IngenIous artifice the opera tlon Is now loth safe and simple The tube is first washed out with a chum lcul substance such as le used by plumbers to prevent solder from ad bering where tIs not wanted and It Is then completely tilled wltlJ molten lead loured in from a ladle Thus supported from within the brass Is easily and safely hunt to tlll required shape the lead being afterward removed by heatPearsoos A CURIOUS WORD Twists That May Be Given to Slnthe Chinese Language In the Chluese language the some word may be given several different meanings by the modulation of the voIce The same thlllg may happen to the English Yes which many be pronounced so ns to mean I assent to that or I nmdmtbtfulor lndeed An eminent authority otu pitllolog gives un amusing illustration ot tlllw modulations In the AnoamIUc Iuur- gunge n monosyllabic tongue spoken- by the people ot Touquln and Coehln ChinaIn this language tile syllable ba pronounced with n grave accent menus a lady an ancestor Pronounced u Itb- thasliarp accent It means the favorite of n prince Pronounced with the seed grave accent It means what has been thrown away Pronounced wIth till grave circumflex It menus Vhitt has been left ot u fruit lifter the juice bas been squeezed out Pronoullced with no accent It means three Pronounced with the nscendlllJ or Interrogation no cent It means n box on rho cars Thus the word ua In the order gl- CD above Is said to mean If properly pronounced Three ladles gave u box on the ear to the favorite ot the prlnceChlcago RecordHerald Two Previous A IUclllnond woman has lu her em ploy n little darky IIII Cole One day Miff became confidential and told his mistress he was goln to the clueitery next Sunday Rut M11li thnts a long walk You know It Is more than five miles Oh missus I alnt goln to walk ls gotD to ridet TMI How Is that MIilf ls golll In a lerrll1ge t lilY uncles funeral All day Saturday Mica could talk or nothing but the approaching ntTQlr Sunder his mlsUcsl excused him uud she expected flint on Monday she woulll be regaled with a full account ot time funeral But MitT turned up with a most melancholy face In um sever to her inquiry hu sulll- I didnt go missus lie alnt dea- dyItNew York Humid Decayof Building Stones The causes ot decidy In building- stuues are various and dupclld outhe physical structure of the stone Its cuuqosjtloa anti the mature ot tlmb sur ruauuhig atmosphere The must de strlletllJ agent to which the stone is- exposed is rain or II moist atmosphere and also In n mlmiur degree wInd frost and smoke The uir of large towns Is usually charged with various deloterl sus mucus rhltc acids are dlsSglved- by the rate which penetrates tit stem neeorlJlnIwith the lOIIlIlIucllts of the stone causing It to decay so lint any cam trhIII1lU tlllit win check time utlin aloe or water will be most likely to- succeed in arresting decayhtullding World Ch Hire rime price that UIII pays for n taxi tndny Is just n little different from what WUY paid Inv say the hire of a sedan chair in days or old In the do tneetie nceounts of Mistress Nell Guyn wt read For chairing you to Mrs Kulghts and to Mrs Cassglls nUll to Mrs Churchills amid to Mrs Iuiht s J shilllugs lhir chllrluJ you yesterday nUll tvultlmig eleven hours 1J shiliings U pence Paid J3tb Oc- tIOiSfundon Chlonltle A Golfcrs Toots One or the most striking features of modern golf Is time vnrlety ot clubs used to persuade the ball intothe holt All a matter of curiosity I kept count ot the tlllTNcnt putters used by my partners and opponents lu the course nt a fortmllitn play The total num LeI of species observed Is over twenty UVH SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER 2 i 1 SNru y TheCeinpoaere Oivntltery fH4 Hi Charles Became nfi yidtlto lknma- was either commissioned by certain iutbarltlestolndueoBeetbioventoo him to do so on his own account and as nnnUuzemcntbe spoke of the suy- perlority f the Engllshnurlsts In their treatment ot ear disease and betel out hopes that were Beethoven to consult them he might at least flnd some sort of relict Beethoven phoek bus head No he said ill hays c nsJ1lteclnll kinds of doctors and followed prescrlptlons I shall novel be cured I will toll you how the thing happened I was writing an opera I had to deal wIth a very tiresome and capri clous tenor r had already written two great arias to the same words neither of which pleased him and also a third wblch ho did not care for the first tine hetrlec1lt although he took It away with him I teas thanking heaven I bad done with him and bad begun to settle myself to something clue which I had laid asIde I had hardly worked Dt It half an hour before I heArd 1- knock at the door which I recognized as that of my tenor I sprang up from my table In such a rage that as the man came into the room I flung myself upon the flqaf DS they do on the stage here he threw up his arms and gesticulated thus tratlon ihut I fell upon my hands When I got up I found r was deaf and from that moment I have remain ed so The doctor said I InJured the nerveDlebla Life of Beethoven GRAFT IN RUSSIA Removing the Difficulties in an Army Officers Transfer A young Russian officer washed to be transferred to another regiment and took his request In person to one of the lights of tie Russian general staff That powerful officer shook his head and declared the matter very dIfficult to nrmngenlwost Illposslble Then his glance tell suddenly upon the shoes ot the lieutenant To time amazement of his vIsitor the senior olUccr saId that the lIenteuants shoes were not nearly good enough for on officer and tbnt he would strongly advise him to buy new shoes of a shoemaker whose address he gave Then telling his vls Itor to return In eight days be dismissed him The latter was clever enough to realize that ho could not return I without the new shoes so he hurried I to the shoemaker On hearing who had sent hIm the shoemaker said that the lieutenant could have the shoes In five days for the sum of 250 I Much astonished the officer went to a comrade for advice Uo was told toj pay halt of this sum at once and the rest when his shoes were finished This time officer did and wearing his I new boots lie duly kept his appoint wont with the general staff officer and learned to his Joy that ell the grave dIfficulties In the way ot his transfer had been successfully removed IHisHobby I One man with nil odd hobby Isnt a person who gets munch mad and what lie has or expects to have he can keep I In mind very easily Probably he novel lied n letter which went astray Yet every time lie sees In the newa papers tine list ot advertised mall sent out from time to time by the general postolllce in New York he turns at once to the Initial letter under which hIs name comes and runs carefully through the list no hover yet boa found any letter that might ho supposed to lie for him and furthermore hnsnt tound any that might be for any ot his relatives lIe takes an vdd pleasure In doing It however something with that eager nose which Impels a man to grub through n packet of old letters In I hopes that lac may come upon some I rare variety of stamp Really It ever be found Ids mane tuthe list It proba- blyI would kill his of the hunt forever thercnfterNew York Sun I I Anticipated Caul For Sorrow Inn came In fromu the eouutrv on tieri I fifth birthday to visit her cousin May At nlght they yore put to bed earlyI An hour passed when hemrtbrealing- oohsi were heard rote tic clllldlens- j bedroom I IhatIs the matter cbhldremiT ask Id Mays mother entering the darkroom From uuder Use beliclotllls 11111 sob bed omit May wont give me any or her peanuts Butt May has no peanuts replied her noel I know that sobbed Inn but she said It she did have peanuts she I woulilnt give mo nllyDelllleatorI J Reliable 6Terneiy- Elys Cream Balm le gaiekiy absorbed Gives Relict It Once Itclaflc3 sod1Te- aheali and llotects time ljSCWlI mein- braner sultiugfrom Catarrh atld drvls- a WRY a Cold in the lLnd qutckjRc I I I ti 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Orated etatn 1 teat 055v- JAIIHINGTdN D C Ii KiLLiH2 COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS WITH try Kings Netv l1iscvsry PRIOE eeANDGUARANTLED SATISPAOTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED tqanoonntrieeorootee OIUupenoe rePortonPASSING REFEREftCES yore DahMBook on Pr lo t7aen4 wrlie to 14 03CO3 StreetWASHNOTON DC p iriAT1LLOFnit NILEI Where the Boy Stood on tho Burning Deck J CASABIANCA AJ9 MIS FATE r Tho Fects About the Llttlo Hero of Mrs Hcniana Famous Porn His tpaDoomedThat was a lucky child who lu this latter part of tho last century escaped tbo Ordeal of Bluudlujj up before a ell cle of relatives and friends outwardly enthusiastic and admiring Inwardly often greatly boredto repeat those well Uniwu If somewhat Inaccurate lines that tell us how tho boy stood on tho burning deck Whether nine tlmco out of ten tho Infant reciter or for that matter any of tho members of the applauding family circle could have given the date and place of the occurrence may bo doubtful The forty lines of Mrs Ilemans gave them nil thn history that they craved add when to parrotlike performance closed with t faithful heart u sentimental maiden aunt would sigh a liberal uncle bestow largesse to tho extent of half a crown and that was all It was In liDS that young Casnbl anca the tenyearold son of the com modore of the French flagship Orient stood amid the awful devastation of the Imttlo of the Nile Bonaparte had himself sailed In the 111 fated Orient from Toulon In the prcvlpus May tak- Ing with him a good stock of bur gundy and also that famous camp li brary of cabinet editions including forty volumes of English novels in which the Bible and the Koran were elapsed under the head of politics More Important still for those who love the picturesque details of history and great men lie was accompanied by his thou private cetTetary Louis Antoine Fauvclet da liomTlcmie from whose always cutcrtuinlng It not Invarlatyy accurate pen we havo a capital ac count of the voyage to Egypt Much of the time was paused by Napoleon lying In his berth while Hour rlcnne read to him and In promoting discussions on various questions among the scientific and other distinguished men who accompanied tho expedition The flagship carried a population of more than 2000 souls and the cry of Man overboard was not Infrequent On these occasions Bonaparte displayed a side of his character to which full justice Is not always done Bour rlcnno describes his agitation tilt a res cne was effected as extreme On one occasion a false alarm was raised dnr ing the darkness of night and the supposed man proved to be the quarter of a bullock which had dropped from tho rigging but Napoleon rewarded the rescuers even more liberally than usual pointing out that their exertion bad been for what they believed a hu man life The fleet arrived off the coast of At rica on July 1 and hero Bourrlcnuo and his Memoirs leave tho squadron to accompany the army and his chief on land Brucys the French admiral had during the voyage expressed fore bodings as to the result of an encoun ter with the British fleet Nelson who jailed from Syracuse on July 25 was confident but well knew the prlco he might bo called upon to pay When Captain Bcrtf said If wo succeed what will the world say Nelson replied There is no If In the care That we shall succeed Is certain Who may live to tell the story Isa very differ eat question For himself he made that famous anticipation A peerage or Westminster abbey I Tho battle began at 030 oclock halt flu hour before nightfall Nelson on board the Vanguard dew his colors in six places lest they should bo shot away In a few minutes after the ship had gone Into action the crews of tho first six guns were swept away by the terrible fire of the French fleet and twice again during the fight wore fresh crews called for Tho shot which struck Nelson oil the head tore from his forehead a piece of skin which falling over lila cue useful eye rendered him for the time being totally blind CArrled to tho cockpit he Insisted on taking his proper turn among the wounded for tho surgeons attention Soon after 9 oclock at night while ho was Etlll below a cry arose that the Orient was on fire Unaided nnd unnoticed in the confu sion Nelson made his way up and presently from the quarterdeck lila voice was heard shouting orders that the boats should bo lowered to go to the assistance of the Orients crow The doomed French flagship bad but Just been painted and quantities of oil and inflammable material Uttered her deck Brupys the admiral was dead Jut Louis Casablanca and his little son were still on deck At 10 oclock the ship blew up There came a burst of thunder sound and al though the commodore was not at the time lying unconicldus of his son as the poetess has It for both were iceq Clinging to a floating mast after ithe explosion neither other uqr son rk among the seventy members of ths crfir jvjio tvcrs s v X1 if tlii Ens lib boats JErom the mainmast and Irouworl of the Orient Captain Hailpwell of the Bwlftsurp lied to coffin made which njfinqnto taorT bo presented to the sdmiral ho might at the close of Bis1 iareerof Rltfry bp burletTlnt One pf tiU own trophies i Nelson received thH offering In the spirit of ihc giver and cen pt it set 1po end to his cabin till AitfomSreh eot1JI fa vortfe Mrrant brooitbt abort 1t i J1 Yf J I f Pries Never Changed Tlit Jiov Simon Turpli wasan elo I quent Kpiabcr but he situned to have a list of scnndiirf which when he ones begat lie went rljjlu through to the end and Uteri tJtllrnilut the Unit ncr mon again and so on A young man In tin congregation was nbput to lijave for South but the Sunday before he AflICU1 attended this svrvlce II1ln1Isterusedthe Words A uiui can easily I III 11 hURl two sparrows for tlireceute The young limn after being absent for about three years returned and again on the first opportunity attended dlyltio service Strange to say he heard the same narrative by the same minister till phrase striking him most being about the two sparrows for threepenceAt cof the service the min ister In his courtesy camp and shook hands with the youth and welcoming him back to his home asked him If bo noticed any changes about the placeThe young man evidently quite un concerned replied Aye mann theres two or three changes but theres yin thing I can seethe price o sparrows Is aye at the same nuM tlggerGlns gow News New Uso For Wheelbarrows Mrs Colin Nuttall the archaeologist was makln some excavations In Mex ico The Indians were removing the earth some distance from the point of excavation In tin customary manner that Is on n piece of coarse cloth tied between two poles stretcher fashion carried by two Indians This method seemed rather laborious to Mrs Nut toll so she ordered several Iron wheel barrows from the city When they arrived she turned them over to the foreman after explaining to him what they wore for timid how to use them Next day when she visited the work the Indians bad discarded their primi tive parlliuclaH and woro uslirg time bright now wheelbarrows As onfh barrow was Hlled with earth It wa picked up by t wo Indium omit using the handles and the other I In wuw l and ciirrlrd to tin plmf where tin1 earth was to IK dopiMltcd All efforts to got the Indians to use till wheel barrows properly failed antI they kept on ciirryln them until the work wns finished Alphabet of the Playhouse We keep teaming timings all tho time soul an Infrequent theater goer I stopped In front of a theater the other day to buy u ticket of a specu lator anti 1 asked him 1C bo bad a good single near the trout Heres one In 0 he said thir teenth row third seat from the aisle Now you know I dont carry the rcjatlve positions of the letters of the alphabet III my mind all the time 1 have to work for a living mind have other things to think of Hut It struck me Unit U must bo further down the line than thirteen and so I just counted up the letters on my linger tips and I I made 0 come fifteenth and I said so to tho ticket man but that didnt worry him any I Theres no A In this theater he said and theres no I In any orches tra in town Aril having my finger tip figuring thus handily knocked out I bought tho ticket Washington Post The Surprise of Slivnitsa I have never quite made out says a writer In Near East why the plain of Slivnitsa has come to be re garded as the scene of one of the great decisive battles of the worlds his tory It did not even decide the Servo Bulgarian war III 1885 That was de cided by Austria Intervention The battle of Slivnitsa is really only remarkable for the comical fact that both sides thought they were defeated and while Milan of Servla was hurry lug homo In confusion Alexander of Bulgaria galloped nil the way hawk to him capital before he learned that time tide had turned Nowadays the vii I lago looks sleojiy enough poor and dirty like most Bulgarian villages but almost pty whouTth- e sun shines upon its red roots Harsh Music The politician caught with the goods was counseled by his friends to stay and face the music For un Instant ho listened to the clamor of delluncln Great Scott lionItiently do you call that music A moment later be wns out of hear ing Philadelphia Ledger How Rows Begin Hubby I dreamed last night that you didnt love me now foolish you arc Foolish am I As if I could help what I dream about And the fracas was on Loutsvllje CourlorJpurnaL What Him Why couldnt you hove como home I at a reasonable hour remarked an angry wife to her spouse Could mdear jes easy as not but IhlcwaawaUln for you f go fsheep replied the delinquent t Scan VH o oo it What is the honeymoon par Well the honeymoon is the only period In a mans life during which he considers It funny to come home and flpd that his dear little wife hasnt dinner ready in time1 Thai Meansto the End Mr benhnju WhyUOO ft tuau lisle his rn6UYernli w1 Bpnham Oh he 1mplyhatesotldDifo QIIti II7C cUiiiosiiisjir DItT How Nature Adapts Food to Mar and Man to Food GREAT VALUE OF CEREALS Why People Can Sat EicocS st Evtr Meal Without Getting Thcdcf It he Fruits of the Burning Tropics I and tho Fats of the Frozen Arctic Modern science has shown that na ture provides tool for mankind with marvelous cure and foresight The human system required a certain amount of proteld dully to replace wprnout muscle and tissue FIsh and meat supply this lu large quantities In hot climates however these spoil so quick Iy that their use Is limited Nature as It to compensate for this has given to certain tropical fruits a much larger quantity of proteld than northern fruits contain Thus government analysis shows that figs have five units or calo ties to the ounce dates two and live tenths and bananas one aud livetenths Apples have flve tenths peaches nine tenths and pears seventenths Irob nbly the figs and dates tested had lost part of their moisture nnd sumac allow nude should ho made for this The Arab can therefore maintain his vigor on a diet chiefly plucked from trees Henry M Stanley and his white companions subsisted almost entirely on banana lour fur two years In tin African Jungle Their freedom from disease was In part attributed to the wholesomenrss of this diet The dried banana contains 120 per cent of protold I about double that of ordinary wheat flour At tho opening of the mllll 1J season in Jamaica many of the natives time tically live on this fruit for two or three wceku Thtiy fairly revel In II An Englishman who was familiar with 1e science uf filet could not under utand how they could not only main tnln their health on this ran but actually grow sleek and fat Iii huow that an effort to live on till fruits of his native country would result In weakness sickness and eventual dcatit Chemical analysis showed however that time mango contained enough pro teld to supply the bodily needs If nature has been thus kind In adapting food to mUlls uses site has been equally so In adapting mann to his food You may have wondered why people can eat bread at every meal without tiring of It The dltllculty of eating one quail a day for thirty days Is well known Even such delicacies as asparagus and strawberries causa an aversion when served too frequently Nature sends men a never falling ap petite for cereals because they are 111 together the most valuable of foods They contain a considerable amount of proteid their salts arc of importance to the organism they are readily di gested when properly cooked anti they furnish a great deal of nourishment In small bulk Thus wheat flour cornmeal oatmeal dry and rice dry have more than 100 units to the ounce linked potatoes have S27 units cabbage bus 02 spin liCit 7 asparagus 05 apples 184 strawberries 114 sprlug chicken 105 and tenderloin of beef broiled 50 If a mann tried to get eVen half of hIs nutrition from tbo coarse vegetables which have a considerable indigestible residue he would have to cat pounds of theta dally and his stomach would be sadly overburdened Nature gives us the de sire for u varied diet and science shows that this is altogether the best for us In the arctic regions there Is little vegetation Man must live almost wholly cu animal foods Fish nUll meat would not suffice because they contain only protclds These would re place wornout muscle and tissue but could not be burned in the body to generate heat and energy Fats how over consist of carbon and hydrogen which are the chief components of the foods of vegetable origin and supply the fuel needed by time body The po lar animals have fat III abundance but lesHento of the temperate aud torrid zones can eat It only in limited quan titles To them the mere thought uf chewing chunks of grease Is nnuae ntlug The children of time fr izen north however fire endowed not only wimP time ability to cat and to digest larjp quantities of fat but with a keen ap petite for It One who is sensitive to uch impressions must turn nvaj when he sees time natives of southern Alaska till TimiiMta swallowln sea oil flavored by salmon berries with the gusto of a boy over ice cream The Eskimos farther north will cat blub her slightly cooked in the flames to an indeflult6 number of pounds Now York Tribune Her Object Attained Forgive me my dear said the gos sip humbly but I thoughtlessly men tioned to Mrs Drown the things that you told mo in strict confidence There is nothing to forgive replied the wise woman pleasantly It was for that very purpose that I told theju to you in strict confidence Chicago Post f Getting Even i iYquarehnlf an hour late this morning said a schoolmaster to a scholar Yes sir replied the boy who had boed kept in diiy before II was Into yesterday hQnJgot homol Tk1rn Tt1Tt4 We give aHqjptl f wo little Impor tance to what we ay toioweraiand ton much to what theyajt WLEllot t 1 The Polo Star Ursa Major and Ursa Minor ore ktiown nso us tin trlnnis and as the Grwttor Wain and tl Lessor Wain It Is curluus to tints that time larger con stellation was given tin llguru of tin bear by tho Arabs mind by till iroquois red men Time iissiimeil forums are or dinarily fanciful mid the Identity of time tin uics In this Instance nffupln food for speculation Hoium uses both hear and wain waguiu III Ills reforotuus o thm stars It Is evident that tilt name bear was u translation froui sonic original Aryan IIUIKUIIKL as tho constellatlob Is called In Sauskrlt rlUstm a word that III different gen ders means both n bear and a star Of course the polar stnr III the tall of Ursa Minor Is the constellations point of glory In this case we may say fairly that the tall wags the dog because the group of stars was once called the dogs tall or cynosure From that we have our word cynosure that toward which nil eyes turn as to the dogs tall for sight of the pole star Minne apolis Tribune i How Nora Coaxed the Tips A group of women were standing In the corridor of n summer hotel when an aged scrubwoman started upstairs with a pall of water lust then a bright faced buxom Irish chamber maid came up This looks purty heavy for the likes of ye sho said cheerily to the old woman netter let me help SIte took up the paid and whisked off upstairs with It How thoughtful of Nora Isnt she kindmaid similar expressions rose to the lips of the women Tin proprietor of the hotel and another man also witnessed the Incident Clover girl that Nora said the hotel mann to his companion SItes always doing something like tlnit when there mire people looking on Site gets more tips than any two older girls In the house She could afford to piiy me for tIme privilege of working here Every summer she makes enough t spend the winter In Idleness at bier old homo In IrelaI1l1cw York Trlliirrc Oddities of Color Color blindness or ClindnssIdistinguish certain means rare Incomplete color hlimlncs Is when a person cannot distinguish one of the fundamental colors rtxl green or violet If a person Is told to select colors resembling violet he will If red blind usually select blues as well as violets If be Is green blml tie will select green or grimy with possibly some blues and violets of the brightest shades Violet blindness Is rare To n red blind person time American flag tip pears to have green anil white stripes while the white stars appear on a vie let field To a green blind person the stripe have the proper colors but the field for the Stars Is red violet TOl violet blind person the stripes are nor mal but the stars appear to be set In a dark brownish gray field To a person who Is totally color blind time blue of the flag appears a light yellowish brown while the rod stripes seem to be a darker brown An Idol Shattered Rome one has said that people that are fond of hero worship should never make u pilgrimage to sro the hero Here Is an Instance An enthusiastic young lady admire called on her favorite author I speaking of her visit she said Im sorry I saw him He didnt look at nil like an authorno long wavy hair no dreamy expression no eyes fixed on time stars as If to rend time secrets of the heavens no musical low voice nothing to suggest the genius No I found him leaning on the garden gate In hits shirt sleeves swearing nt a grocery boy And hIs hair was close cropped and ho looked as If ho hadnt shaved In u week He was time most terribly human specimen I ever saw Atlanta Constitution Tho Wickedest Bit of Sea Nine out of ten travelers would tell Inquirers that time roughest piece at- water Is that cruel stretch III tIme Eng lish channel and nlno out of ton tray clout would say what was not true As a matter of fact the wickedest bit of Heal Is not In the Dover strait or In yachting for example from St lean do Lutz up to Paullluc or across the Mediterranean race from Cadiz to Tangier nor Is It In rounding Cape Horn whoro titan Is what sailors call a true sea Time vhkedtst sea Is encountered In rounding the Cape of Good hope for till astern ports of Cape Colony What a Scotsman Wears A Scottish correspondent afsnlns himself Haggis writes to us as fol lows Dear Sir Please state in your column that a Scotsman wears a kilt not kilt Thus Harry Laudor went to amuso the king clad In a kilt not I P kilts We regret to say that we find oifr selves unable to arelc to our correspondents request Respect for truth compels us to state that n Scotsman almost Invariably wears neither a kilt nor kilts but trousers London News Quite of Her Opinion Oh I did so want to have ii talk with you Im simply mad to go on the stngel exclaimed a gushing young lady to a popular actor Ivu f should think you vould be my dear you cladyl remarked time great hlatrlon Consistent Why do you Wear it yachting cap deah beyr Its your brother thafrowns the yacht Very tvne old chtpTtls Is me brothers cap Cleveland 1taln Dealer I Beauty Is P8hotth Inlshedlnn fuage i odiaspeaksiiot r n p t + t + +040 ++ oroo+ ofojoC t THE KENTUCKY oft Light and Power CO I INCORPORATED i MIA WIRE YOUR PUSE UT COST i ELECTRIC LIGHTS A RIO CLKAN t+ t HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME i1 + 1 t Ott BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD to tUE WITHOUT lHEM WHEN IN f t UVCH+ + i E G BA RASS Manager i t teep e A RNTEDA RIDER AG r and CHCACHTOWrl- I districtnclcandexmiijita arckIWthipwallow TtZ DAiS FHKK TUIAL ituor whvt time you miy ride On hL und tokctpnukeJrto fir sIItcmens by buinA direct ot ut and Icac tie manulactczmYg lLtranue behind your bicycle lJO oiOT inY abicycleorapairot mires IromtJ7U Jt17friarC whn you receive our beautitutcatacgu and tcuszderjcellytwjrweanrroke wetccijrecehedoi tandle recD Sand usually lure a rsnaicc on lund taken In trade by our Chicago retail stores These we promptlrairxicnnneinrfroni 8U to SK or 81O Descriptive tuivm lists mailtd 5ifl5IY wbeellllml1Orht1 roller and pidais parts CtUAalCHBKIIBUrv ctpupmcntof all at latfthi sual ntaUfrict 050 B1S8EIH08H PUS6ISBEPR00F ilIA SElFHEftLlH TWBLUSSSSO 11 The Tts lirTtlail priceftlhne lira ft fXJO pcrtajrtittainerttlxce we will Rlrnl4 airt4rS sAD1illwrrkrsrsJ HOHOBETROSBLEFMSSPgMCTHBES NAILS Tacks or Chsa wUt not let tim tttr out Sixty thCKiiacxi stIrS old mast year Over IWO hnnuted Ifwmmi pairs now use DC8CRlPrH1tfz1bkiua smcs itislivel- ytI r inrnIv at ThhPr nver bpennies rMiJwiiidacsgp1I P iiSWlihout allow II Notice tho thick rubber teeacI IIIWcha rrdsoJetlersrromli3liltog IiCaIrWCSpC A and puncture trIjeI U Itmcpoaeeortwke oUrbylUULtOadftTtlthe rider of onlyA jcrpo r All order hipped same letter is received We ship C O n ou- I L You do IIC1t PYtt1JtttDtl1 you leave examined and touted them strictly as represente- dWewillsiiowaeesidIsrOUfltOfS cent making the price 8tGt per pair If you send PULL CKfl Y1TII OItDKIC and enctoec thIS advertisement We wilt aim scud one nickel elated braas tout pump Tires to be returned at OUR expenite If for any reason they are not snUsfactoryCft tumlnatiesi We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe a in a bank If order a pate mt Otrtf tires you will find that they wilt ride easier run faster wear better lasttoqrerawKbaatfiaeTtnaa any tire you have ever used or teen at any price We know that you wiltbe MI well ptrased that when you want a bicycle wilt give us your order We want to scad n trial exdcr at once hence thU remarkable tire offer ofIFthe pedallntrodcecrTpriu quatedabcll or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes lid makes and kinds os tires It about half the usual prices hicydeDOoffers we arc tnakiof B coPy cottsa postal to learn everything Write it NOW Ja L MEAD 6TCIE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL WlIFNa country becomes civilized it de typewriteis When it becomes t posted on comparative values it demands THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWIUTER t TlMi fact that The Smith Premier Type I 1writtr us used in every civilizedcountry on the kr gll i not so important as the further tactI i IIthat the demand increases year after earI i jYII The reputation of The Smith Premier is LJ wurfcittifh Worldwide use has made it so I 1 JIllIe SmilIL Typawrjler GOJ I82f Pine St ST LOUJS MO 4L9kISEEDSEuckbeei Ffl Ilr Horthcn Grown prdmSerds rrpotxtiaa of 38 years of ciixzaar Okso It pays to 50 1A 3BAIV eatiirttVotire f Thuhel ktIgeeEr Eaity UQ Bushel New 5LginIe erahIS fe Bushel Wanlmll a lispKUacr UlaacUSP Bnshel IiiNew Wo Th Jlaltlel Canlca Rust Proof Wax IWo Bushel PEAS iBashelNewteHoco KadUi TonCo vad fun line of pricesScnli Ir reiialrements ami wM quoteprices MoneyWrile H W BUCKBEE r esit Jsir c1fird 5 CnIQIiT5 atc Anron ending aiketehsn4derIitIin mat BirerUlii our iiliitentViu Ii proliablr pntetitahl CMimmnlnw tIlIg sines lycnlitdoictljl on Istpnti LrrlllItrnllalllllta1Alrentpretal uolkt nltliout chance In the St1i UUi JI1flCI1CtI A nandomeIfltutratad woeily J ntMt clr elllAtl of a1 innrnal Irmis M a IIIIU mnnrmoulbI ilomiImmiatnwCusiura EoI W YIkl V h 1T r 4 c p I 1 Iii I Hartford Reubtk i if1 c M BARNETT EDIT 1 =L=P O ED- c bezlanc510-n ucrn 371 1 FRIDAY OVflMW1t 13 Now lot Ui t11 be thtkZUI- Fie rfltjOr1tYtS fuly uptu tteTxft size Log StmyedorStulefl05e D3T- hocratic Jtuidhde- Tliaz Juan P Rockefeller declared fo Taft WitS tD joke of tue eaflipalgil- dTte buiIdthgoftteiIatfOT2fl for 1912 has no duubt already vorniiieiced at Lincoln ebrtska Neither jIr Bryan nor MxQOmPerS will be bluJnld for Inking tometlm to think the rnattr over The omptydiflterP8t0t 1903 190t 1905 was tie oie wlcl1 tUe voterS seem to have rell1eJljbeld most Tile pllllmlell1bla Intnt bas rcumM- opcratlolls on ful dl Ev1dent of returning 1irpe11y contInue to multiply Thebguoto Ioeiect the offtlers tiiiUgfJUt tie j country for Mr Ttf NI doubt hc- wrt tJlprtdllle rleI aitafltO very much There Is veryiITletflLret truul- fe ted In lilt frieYs uplift mQt- mento The klitdtifhelp te farmers want Is somebody t rielti suck eoIl- llud stilp Iohcm It Is EuldUiittlI iI Rgers of Standard Oil hll it feinzIe evrbwry to whom IH iny 20000 it yr Sie- jirobaby Illls a teuit wet od of irti- EervIIig letters To tlw workitig1P11a lIf lIe rJUI- ItT the election of Taft meuus a ret toratlon of coiif1ibiite id mduslrlnl activity ITO tile fllrmels of till loun try It moI1I8 glJd rtlccK for every comulolIty of wiJld they rni4y Irduee a surplus About titeouly eiistige In11C PTe1- dentlal leturns frulll Whtcii we gave In this paper last week Jd we de- velopineut that 1ouri has Cltht Its eedoiIal vote for Tuft and Sherman and that Maryland will have ii divided electorial vote casting two for Taft and Sherman and six for Mr Dry an This will give Tat and Sherman 121 e ectOraI votes and they will have almost a million and a half i1uraitY In the opuhir vote Hurvey attevoiion of Henry WattenOn editor of the Courier Journal was instantly killed bY falling 101catedIn Now York city Young Wttterron was one of tile risI- ng uttorileys of the New York blll and had siiown marked atbI1iy in il- iproffesion rhe people IIf Kentucky will universnly ympittize with I i e great editor and Us wIfe In VlltI tcr- ribe beruement We cannot pms by Inc recent uain- paign In Oi1o onnty without lI1ell heII GIHarrNlsof tie Jocl Ul1llillgn COi1Im- iTiiey lf gave as nhIlcq f UII1r tulle to I tile work Ilfl lOSl11C cii1IIeriIg tliit I they ore lxitei buiy IiIi hut they I to teil Ynik it hIgIl order tol1111sReIllUb1iculIun inuiiibor of the campaign commit tle deserve credit us well as those i Who Ook part In ttio campaign ui- viioitker ur utorwllo tnkODI Our Domon1tcfrl dsliiict great oiafort litiue KllItullY WuI fur Iiryaii ItILl1 leCf1P Jleo tori Iiy tOlllllllg1 tnoJoly of 1OOaO wllfTol they had elHlli1el all tile WilY froiti- 2O0o0 II to i0000 It will bJ reiiteiiber- cii Ulnt Koniucky She Mr parjter- lblJut te nnlO Jlhlra4y four years ugo and lien 0lCte11 II ltepubllcnii govoruor by 18000 ilurLilIc3 Tile tluU1- JIf tint Kntullc It I iloubiftil ht U- IIIld It will ilncfJror1 1 give Itt le- III lIeilel lY unleFa Its Oillullclals chub rTWd Wit I C 1l1 10 10 their niiiitiititti iuiil WII rL 11101111- o llrlnrirlhswtokiL fttmus for tire bE1t Interosl of t iu peOIlo rle dIY It- llMt wllon Uo voters of Kentucky VOlo fur it iny lIomlnoo siiiiIy by tile label Democrat or Republlcaa- fJlc day of prejudko Is past and there lire at least 30000 independent voters In Kentuckj who must be reckon l WltJI by both partIes and It aUgurs well for future gocd government In W- IommonweI1tJ and for pioseriy our stateIno In fre Unid States w rocverJltclpt eel lu b1ter ip1rI by tio p those announed the pnt few days VkJf8lJjd yanqUfrhvd IJU guod ciU I Ht 9 VA CJV tL M dI rIy r I z n 1itln wisbcs for U- ptOSiOFOUS- hd uifu1 tntit1qiib ii t anti 4iow eqwi1 corf1tiotiitt J I- ab1ity htegrity R11d sUi1g d b2 for nn ltOflttJt ifld el1 GoOrllllte lI Pitt beom oe1t frank uial sI cero itl HI expr0Ions os to pokielS- he Loled to carry out IInd iR53 slOW Ifs WillIflgilffS te adpt trgress1V- emqtitia demanded by tate pewte wen un tnurcs ar4pnire jut md iteeded- 1f0 Mot n 1Vn to ausr ln1o1le l glIn otiaory and OXpOllIflhJit bu one WJIO carefully weigs efeci ald- tCltrrtho equltCt1 before emii11tI1nEp1t byword or aotto igQvern mOltlI affairs Safety andtQmlduesS Qf nfl proceedings under Ji adininiE- raticili sll tx the lCrtnIJloo rule beor eOtiClusori Iii reeehed b3 Ills ubortlnatcs In the eecuUve depart merits of the Gtlvernment lIap11Y the chief of all Is pCr4Dhiily gfled with J Uwledge Vie experience tic wi1dofu1Jlit comes from beIng learned Ju the law Oil we1 as belga- rhooled in iiieticiat ttfttC1iThflSlI- ilTose wlt knO llm best fcitr I- imittake In hIs counclIs CPrief liigi- itdte Ills first words to the elzO1- 1t f Ute country fiLter ls election Were as oil upon troubled waters alld every buslte man from Alaska to Porto cOInwfully1ltte sentences of lls curried lI1re pose to statute brekera and Joe 100 pIe of the country desire tCi4 veIhave no rest lie 1stuei no fiery tblasls of ttideri- ng olarins frightening Iawabtd1rg citizens ItS well us tlio ovI1docx bUc cool Umlr and IlK ovor Judi- cioutdy he aunuunces his deter mica lion to keep Ut1ll1sturbed and vrUd the lgItlIItto litIE1lt1J tiltercit of t Country No nran that knows or under stitndi te IJlUIO of William Hovsri- lrrt will app to1 bJm with an unjust i an unfulr or djsionoiribe policy fir ProPOliIU lIe will naturally vtO such a cltarA6ter gat1er around aiIm tile visetit ekitert best teen of lilcI country for like attracts tike Ho has clearly lhOW11 Ie knowS io- retionil1siii alltl wlfi his bm1 iev of natiunlll nffl1lrl he is mutt to lrOel- ie knsva no party linen weu the in- temests ot tao republic rre to be id- vaticed Already the greet first wave of a JlrOlSlleertt that will exceed aU that has gone before Is irlslng througtoout tit landand the Inc mlng administration of Ohlos ron is even now being gilded by the ftrt rays of I blll Rant future School Betterment for Kentucky Wlien te Federution of Womens Clubs Marted tie School linproveflietit League they began It work ttlut will be it credit to them in Kentucky history They lJlLC entered a plea for better feilooll Ond lunger tcimool termsIt the avowed purpose of this or gniitzatiunlo improve s0LiooIbUild1flS mind to make them neat comfortJ1- ble and attntor They believe this will stimuffle the prideloyalty tind Intel e pt 1Iuplls for bitch of that item th purely material lies Ute of feet that the mattrfal 1It1 UP1l1 to moral and plrhunl It has been salt that a country is best j dgtid by Its fCjtllQ1lOU CR md there CI1I1 be ito surer test tlf IL 11- 11tlons civilization but when we read the recprdof KlntucltYf icilOolouPOIL we regret to iue teiii tile iitinditrd- by which we art judged Tue itttny old log seholtctiics ztid the Uiouiitnds of iij0 lilallk box 0IU1I lIy uncomCortllblo huh unigttly- witiitiutsuttnble seats ittid bllHklollnls and entirely lacking ill glf1bfI timps or CUI1i ertnlny refltits lictie cie- dit upon tie state Its n wel know fact TlllH the value 14nl character of school property Is the plainest exidSac- of education Numerous ttItes nnc fewer Ecool1- hiUses Iiiiti Kentucky but iiicsi itt thOll1brO iiiurhi btit4er coustrucLtdiLld fur better C1t12lPC4l It Is thotofure true LUll cltidren ototh r statis not only In the NIIIltl Iud EaH luc In tie We t ILhd SlUtll ore e9joyti- gfr greater ndvnutagEti and lire coming uider the Influence of muek more coifl- foiCuble choeifu nnti ItCStllltlC onviroi meats tati WOOl of Kentucky All 1tele filings milieu fpr uilture tind ale Coon refected III tne character of the IJeople The time jias V5C1 wieii mere i brawn tnd muscle cOUllt for tiOtneel Veil to cOlle with our lrfZ3l1t clvl1l ration one must have f1Jfcnl ralitng land we un hOt hope to compee with 0othormindful of tIle necessity of ttdvanthgce- equaIyI 0Tnogod an4 Upoil them reSTS the resirnnMbili- ty p makIng It n gloat powr fori good In community and state A S of 13 NotIce 0Ve1iavoE nieetthg to b held Os Saturday pcmber14 1998 tot11opUrpqe o- faklisgtof ourA4S9f E 10Ys V6rUOO1lnvittdI J If MILLER Maburg KY f r Ii t f 1 i L fOR THEBUSY READERS A Vest 1 n iii1lr uh wrRt rin open IUeHtt W ijrn J flryan urg leg te ZObht1Jn Co becnee tut evangel 1st nlId predicUng that he woud be- vmHI equal ftttOAPOStIC 1au- IaoulIolbmltcumH1 Wilipni L- WMd of New York says Pre4e- uRseol I decided sx tnoirth t- iuot Q bo t uidtdoo to iuecec- ite I Hu TllonsC Platt Io Senittci usisA- Vi1lhnn I Th1lhc Llutlve VII 0 Ky lrhuto In the SevorqreoI Rocruttthg Comniriny located fl1S1n Bnrzaks St Louts Is lead lie was too vIctim of a fractured skull I CnarIei W ro was den cd liaii by the Untied Sztteii Clrdllt Court pr- AlllleIB and il0 will reiiiaia in tHe fltnbs at llEt until D9cember 3w ell Ms tIPlllktVTlOfl for a writ of elJU01M come up SS As a mesult of IlU alleged IncendMry- Ilie destroylag the thug atore aWl or five of Dr W n MeCluit Lit SJe Iln1Iover Ute affair S Au automobile In wllCch Wu Ting Fang Ohinee MInietor to tiie United StntC Wits rIding In New York wa ehfiEet thmugtt tte ttreets by rt bt- cytIe iiilleeinaii sad w1 U StrI11 at a tole lIe osnuffeur was arreMed Tue ideukty of the CiJlnlfc fues- i1s not known to the liklTeJh1ail U1l1ftJ- JO Iud IIlllde ti e arrest Tbouriiiids of rOiple from till flyer Tennesfee tutomideil ie funeral of for mer Senator E W Carrnnck ot Colum bin TIle nuniber tlf tlorol iffer1iIg- probhly WitS tie la1gelt fiver seen iii funeral III TOULIOE CC Iud tet0 W- IIlIarlt11 iuiflif41H dun of lOPU4tr grief Afto siiiiplu fricen itt till MeVot1ls- eiturch tie body wus buried witH Iat- lQulc nouori4 In Ue lcdorol Ourt f1fAplIels lit OiJlrogo the peritlon or the Govern U1oJt for a Ieelrlng of tile IUe u- uh1ch tet Circuit Curt or Apjxtal- sreveied tlle trial COlI1 In fl1llns Cite Stlllldard Oil Comirany of ludk1l1 29240000 tor alleged rebatlngwas en- led The COerll1Ueut wlll now attempt w bring the Iole matler before the Supreme Court of ttie United States Estray Notice t IErnIe Curtis of the town of Rocko port Ky states under oath that on the 29tl1 day of September 1908 bp took up a stray cow that had brok lInto his field Described as follows dark brindle In color about ten year old weight about 850 or 900 pounds SwaUowfork and underblt In right ear crop and slit In left ear dehorned Valued at 1800 by D M White o- Rockport Ky D UWIUTE ERNIE CURTIS 1 Subscribed and sworn to by Ernie Curtis and D M White before th this thlrtyClrlt day of Oct 1908 15tA J H SflLES J P O C SMALLUOUS- Sermaii Cleaver the little Soil of Mr and Mrs Ed Clewerdled at the lmo of lila lIarents Nvejnbr 7aC- tfr all IiInjee of nine weeks AU that oving bands and medical sltlll could d was of tie avail His remaIns were laid to rest te followlllg day In tir Equality cemetery in the pieeiice of n host Of trlowlnb friends and relll- Uvea Ir and Irs Cleaver eertnhtI- y13e the ayntpitliy or te onmniunl ty In their sad bcreaveinentas little Slicrmnii Is tIe fourth child ttit isgone before cud awaiting dtani It- tllIt ooer hind wPere there Is iti more yorrow lt1P OE delluI MiSs J C llil 111111 lIul Iktugiter- MrIaii and lldss Onia Matldx went to 7wckl10rt C9mday oIIppiflg V n Morton Livermore WIIS a g1Ieft- I of his blOthertr Sam Morton SUn- day ngMIMr David Luck yIfo and fOil Con tertown were the pUliltj of Mr rInd Mrs Joe Iluluck S iurdiiy nlgilt ant1 Sunday ifr nod tri Louis Geiger ot Cen- tertovii weg the gUettR of A1R S T iutiter tuid faimly Saturdny night and Sunday llessrsFJtJis Wallace audJobBen mitt Hartford were iti nUr nhldt tt- urdayxmlght and Sunday OfAfr S E Hunter attended caurelt- itProvidence Sunday nrn1ng- Mts 1I Oum Thiddox l1as returned from a trip to Covliigton and Clncl91 nap iMr U1d JhI Q W OvthuIs Mrs CP 19lebcalt Miss OmB Maddox and Mr Owou Hunter attended tli burl al ofThs Sam Smith near Devler la Monday3ir Bill lad Udren and tll- Flaudje lyIii were the gUet lit Mr and L fS M1ddox 1at Su da13- ftri A111uIAddhigtoD has ret lI1 l1 troth a weka visit to te family of- Rov 1 John lrIettr White If iOl4hWn Of 1rkenr1dgo o iiI I tI r 1L00sa10 COMELYMATRONS PRAISE PERUNr I 11ffIIAITIt IIAMILTUN 0The of Three Beyond AU Cavil That Fauna is a Safe and Useful Remedy Gained flesh on Peruna Mrs hattie Hamilton It P D No z Sparta ly writes I have taken two bottles of Peruna and commenced on the third one I did not really need the third one but thought It best to take another bottle I have always weiglied 102 pounds but since I began taking Peruna weigh 120 for the first time In aUmy life and I ant now thirty threo years old Your medicine has surely done mo a great deal of good and I have recommended It to several others who have begun taking it My mother who Is seventysix years old had grown so weak she could scarcely walk SIte took two bottles of Peruna and is fleshier and looking well Internal Catarrh Mrs M T Jones or Burning Springs Ky writes No family should ever be without Peruna for it Is an unfailing cure for colds and It Is an excellent remedy to prevent and rellovo croup And to speak from a standpoint of experience I can candidly say that It Is the remedy for internal catarrh I shall not hesitate to recommend It especWly to allsutrering women Perun has gained full confidence emil a stay in our home rzw tywifO t Hev Bb Oldham Is Ut giLt of 3iis C T S Overton 14- dctlCr relatlifs Hear here liis M p iIiddox uus it guest or her dugterMra 1 C Hili frIIt1Frl dI1 until Sunday Mr R T Sneddon Rockiort KY war In our i1I1dL I3uiiiliiy tud attended Sunday school at Smolhous eiUretl Sunday evening Mrs Will Xddington Jr who lias bee l quite tick Js better Mr and Mrs Erskine Fulkerson bay znved Into ur mIdst from the Bluff near Stuth Ctirrolhon U tUe iIOfllO Of her liarelets tYr und Mrs S T Hun cr Miss Ettl Hunter has r turned from a visit ter sister at Utic- aANNOUNCEMENTS TAT1VEIFOR REPRESE We are authorized to announce Esq W S1ean n candidate for Representative from Ohio county subject to the RepublIcan primary electIon December 5 190S Vo rite lIutrorl1Nl to tilthiliflCO 1V- v Park It taIiClliT hr nIIlCfCn- tnUvo trom OhIo county subject t9 tile RoiubUcati primary election DeCelll her 5 1903 i FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce Judge W D Taylor a candidate for reelection to the insition of Judge of Ohio County subject to the Ropubli can Primary eectlon December 5 l908 i Wo are authorized to announce J U fortJUdgeItoilublican Primary election December G1008 We lira authorIzed to Judih Ro It Wedding of West Unrt a candidate for Judge RepubU100s FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK anlioUncE11Goto the office of Circuit Court Clerk Republican1908 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK tJGRaglandtinct a candidate lot County Court Clerk of Ohio County subjectto the eui1ierI iJWe are authorized to announce jV a candidate for redee1on to the position of County ourtI f 1 c Af tTheon1yvaluab1etet1monywhieh any household remedy can hitvo is the testimony of thcse who have used itIt e is won than useless to discuss lcrun from a thco kk retical standpoint It is what Peruna will do not what people say about it that 1k dence The housewives of the United States Iknow what Peruna will o They have l tried it They have realized its benefit II in the family They are the ones that FJ ISelfappointcds I rllT1lftInVllIltUln Testimony These Housewives Demonstrates permanent nnlouncei forilprecinct constitutesevi I Constipation Torpid LIver Mrs Anthony ltalch 30Ii N Walnut street Ilucyrus 0 writes I was suffering from oltltlnaLe constipation and torpid liver whoa I took your advice and purchased six bottles of- PerunaandMnnaUn Whenihad takenI only ono bottle I fell much since I havotaken two more bottles l feel entirely well but 1 will continuo taking the medicine for a short Unto to make sure of my cure I think ManaUn is one of the finest remedies for constipation that 1 ever tried I will never be without it It has made me so strong I can do a days work and never tire 1 am so glad I do not get those dizzy spells any moro I havent had ono since I took your medicine I cannot thank you enough for what your medicine has done for mo AU sick people should gtye it a fair trial Kidneys and Bladder Mrs Gus II Carlon Dox20l 9rton- Tille Minn writeil I had catarrh of the1dney and bladder I have tiken P iuna until now and I do not think rDoed w take It any longer I feel well and my tongue Is clear and I have no bitLertat 1t1my mouth I am very thankful for PelWlav Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election December Ii 1908 FOR COUNTY ATtORNEY WO are authorizad to announce C E Smith of West Hartford precInct u candidate for County Attorney of Ohio County subject to the Republi can Primary election Dcember5 1908 We are authorized to announce s A Anderson of West Hartford pre duct a candidate for County Attor ney of Ohio County subject to the Republican rimnary election DeCel11 her 5 1908 FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to annopnce T H Black of West Hartford lirecinc- LI candidate for Sheriff of Ohio Coun ty subject to the Republican Primary election December 5 1908- We are authorized to announce O A Ralph of Ralph precinct Il candi date for Sheriff of Ohio County sub Ject to the Republican Prrimary election December 5 1908- We are authorizd to announce S A liratcher of Point Pleasant pro OhioCountyPrimary electIon DecemlJ r 5 1908 We are authorized to announce TI11 Benton or Contertown precinct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject to the Republican iirlnmry- eect1On December 5 1908 von ASSESSOR 0We are authorized to announce G DavIs Royal II candidate for Assessor of Ohio County subject to the- Republican Primary election December 5 1908 annpunceDernardSOl of Ohio county subJect to U Re- liublican prImary election Decembers 1908 We are authorized olnnoulJcJ 4ssessorsubjectelection December 5 1908 We are nuthQrJzedto announce Jerome for tim of fle of Assessor of Ohio county sUb Sect tQ the Republican prmaJ oec- tion Decembor 5 190S 1 FOR Sh1OOL UIILI15EN T We are authorized to announce Hal ley E Brown of Cool ijuga precInct Supprlntcndthe Republican Primary election Be- 1cernber 51IiO8 We ate authorlzedto nfihinceHe ITI Leach of Cromwell pzecinctn can- dldnte or County School Superintendent subject to l therRepublican prima tY1 eJe tn DeceJnber5iiIIOlI I t l40YrThp1I1rI mtouncWcfpi 4al r Ohio cuty i subject to j 1 i C jtf Peruna Their family Medicine Al Mrs Anna O Hyde 712 H Vambilt- street1 Portland Oregon Vice 1Jretl dc lt- Jlteruy and Hdtfcationai OrgnntzatiOu- olNew ilampshlrewrltesm j1- 11m plcaed lendorsePernnansana- urotund wood family uledClne anti one thatlicaru to JlvolJllhlrcn I give It to mine at tue leat suggetionof a cold and take It myself to hulldup my strength and nerves My sister who Is iiVIi3g with me- 15es lerufla too and simo is loud in Its praises Your medicine Is cortainly worthy of praise Backache headache Mrs1rflIlIle Nelson 1 NIIUh Ave J Sashyfhie lenn writes As Ieruna lisa done me asvwlti or good 1 feel in duty hound to tail of Jti1 hopes that it may meet tilt eye or some woman vllo hlUlllulYenll all I mild For five years I really did not knn what a perrectly wnll day WRI1 till If L did not liave headache I luLl ltrekseht or a pain somnewhero and really Ihfu was not worth the effort I made tu keep going A Good friend advised mu to use Peruna and I was glad tu try anyiJhlog and lam very Plttastci Ii say that six bottles made a mnw mauuf 1IIe nlllil have no more pains atiti Ilru looks hribt again I Catarrh of Bowels Mrs Maggie Uurbln Itti North street Ltttlu Rock Ark writes St was troubled fur five years with a chronic disease I tried everything I heard or but nothing dId me any good Some doctors said my trouble was ca tarrh of time bowels anti sonic said CO- IIsumpUonof the bowels tine ducfoy said lie could cure lime 1 took hits mcdi- cino two months but it dId mitt no good A friend of mlno advised mil to try Poruna and 1 did so After Iliad takou two bottles J found It was helping uto so I continued Its useand it has cured me sound and well 1 can recommend Peruna to anyone and if anyone wants to know what Pcun did for mdf they iU wrjtet mo Iwiltanawer promptly the action of the Republican primary eection Dccell1ber 5 1903 We are authorized to announce W p Midklff of North Rockport precinct a candidate for Jailer of 0h16 county subject to the Republican prl mary election December 5 1908 FOR CORONER We are authorized to announce Dan tel King n candidate for Coroner ot Ohio countysubject to the Republican primary election December 5 1908 FOR MAGJSTRA We are authorized to announce Johii- M i Graham a candidate for Magistrate In the third Magisterial district ot Ohio County subject to the Republi can Primary election December 5 1908We ore authorIzed tor unnouxjct Mack Cdok of Arnold as a candidate for the office of lofngJttrnte In the Cromwell Magisterial District subject to the Republiuzit Primary leectlon December 5 1908 We lire authorized to announce J Carl Jackson of Centcrtown as a can didate for Magistrate In the centet town1l blstcrlal IUstrlct subject to the Republican primary election December G J908JWO are authorized to announce T p ROYIII as cauididate for the office Mugisterlalpubllearm prltnury eleedon December 5 1908 C We lire authorized to announce Esq D S Chamberlain tiS a candidate for ragIstrnte r tho7Republicimiitlon December 5 1908 2SoffiCE of Magistrate In the Rockport theRelluWe are authorized to announce C oJ V 1Ulestsn candidate for the office otAlaglstrate In the FurdsVllle Mag laterlnl district subject to the RepubUl- Ican primary election Dee 519 I1Ii f Vo are author1zedi1toannounc sioA DowUng eamididitte for Magistrate i In the third Magisterial distilct ot Ohio county hubjoct to tb Republic r nrlmarye cHou Deb 5 1908 1 EsqWIMagisterialdlirJct J mUIp1tiry eltctioa December 51906 ulcoTjioniFsJpllfl45 rr1nUlo Third Msgt4eristl difxici r olatopNnrrow tt RbIicepriinyt7Decua t T i i1 4j it i a r 1r yY r A + 1 1 dRTcal PACKARfD e tORRFCT Do you know we will absolutely guarantee a Pair of Patent leather shoes I I This guaranty label is allIHERE IS THE GUARANTY If the Burrojaps patent or dull leather in the uppers ofyour Burt Packard Kor sect Shape Shoes breaks through before the first sole weightbAreplace- them with 1ISlykNaSor t new pair Made in 250 BURT PACKARD LIMITED LINE rtes Buy a pair today 500Packard Korrect Shape Shoes are sold hy StOOO dealers in the United States The above Shoes are soldonly by us in Hartford and we absolute ly stand by the above guarantee Dont forget the PlaceIt Hartford Republican FRIDAY Nov MILER 1- 3IllnoisContral RallroadTlmo Table Movlh Hnonl nulli HaIslU- No1S2 duu 1051 m Nolt durltsl n III NoU1ntlr n No tilldne24pUi- No1O2dnel8piq No1A1 dor862a in Buy Office Supplies at Home And save transportatfoa charges We keep INK PENStiIt OARBON MUCII1AGEi IF t 4wLETTER FILES TABLETS- I w TYPEWRITER RIIIBONS y ROUNDHEAD FSTENEUS WILLOW WASTEBASKFnS RUD- y 1 BEn BANDS ERASERS LIDRARY PASTE PAPERS VELOPESt PEN- CILSi OF ALL KINDS CLIPS FIN FOUNTAIN PEN WRITING FLUID SUIT WRAPPEUS AND A GREA VARIETY OF OTHER THINGS givetla i gs compounded by i1 ekdllful chemist nRYrORD DRUj GD- ilncorporaledl I I Etri jiTypewriter Carbon cull bo had ad r- Re 7 I rf Schroeters studio over bllcan office Bel8MoCormtckN pnld s iI f1C arp easa t C yesterday- Ir Leans city Is th Mis L4lundStniti Iiodgens 4vtleKy u1b Mamle Weston StsLoul8 I 1ft tltig ber bitter IlS DC BlaCk I A aeer Horton I AttorneyH W II Ilarnee indo Jno BIWiISon lockport Wednes R tBoa legalbu4jB eil tr avVlI r 0 1 n rt f1tgr T uiWeY old ira 137O- t t ahatltafyai1atrinoihere tr e i Ii Ji q41t1O r40 t f f I f f 1 t 1 will choice fresh groceries you direct to US Carsons Our fa1J Neckwear Is stylish dainty and effective CARSON CO I will pay 38e for eggs until further notice 7tf JAMES LYONS Cloaks and Juckett7We 1908 model SemWitted beckIs the thingJust goods store at Ilarnard Cos OUr Negligee Hhlrts sell themselves All we ilue to do is to wrap them Up CARSON CO Cloys bring Pan hero for you fall suit and lie will smile Wllcn repays tile bill Clrson CO We have hoard or pellllchat not be pleased with neckwear bu we never met uuy of them In our store Carson CO Our Clothing for Young Men Is mad by people wno make nothing IJut young luena clothes They know how BAILNAILD CO Mr and Mrs Howlird WhSo Rrd lit tie son Bkinton Dguver Colorado arc We guests or Mrs Ellis arpentJ Mr and 111s It A Anderson ot Clay street LWo are puytng204 per dozen Iv1 Eggs gill other Idnds or good coot try produco wanted at tho hlghes prices tf SCHROADER CO The hunting aettsonopenSi ext Mi n- dsty and Ulauy ot our Nllurods ore mak- Ing great prCPerutionS for some good sport We hopo Way will riot be des ttnuolnted Underwear that otttwoars all other kInds Is the sort wetlre rolling We live it forufthorts and ldttts- 7aain and siQt ai25 to 100 t- Whlile per garment- y CARSON CO out rainpaigniiiL last 1vee JUdgo Tay ors ilorso 1Uhg its foo tit a bole mad fel1ilirowJDI him beau weartling a o tall e3Ir J 47 Wagon left yesletdupt- visitthis pfd hlupquat nitlUto Miss I Ho will roturn itr aboutiwo week- ttacompstnled a by tics Waginvho been vlslt1lShll parps for severa1 roonths I I JL081 Oct a1 iN Iilver aDem lgnd WlUlain I nesre ladles Rhltik07d irstchcase numbelr14Z7011i vr ttw0 year wit 18Bcs 31itrilit WillIams Q1I 7neeKyaad aecclte fy iihd i Vt fl tf 1 d o UU N L l j 7 c jY 1 Thnt ran hat Of yoifs lf gouhi- roniiBarnard cowill lookhdtte rand pleasd you ldnger t Y Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford R F D No1 will answer phone at A- J Carters Concord any hour itt r For loadedshells kindthat kill- blydd roll ou U S Carbon He hUll about ton thousand for sao cllenp- DonLt IJ ib nurberl Buy one t of those swell Cloaks or Jackets at- Barnara Cos The tit and style Is I superb i New lot of Clothing for Dos and I young Mea Just arrived Nowe- sanaies and colors The fit It perfect t BARNARD c O Miss LUlan alouroe our obliging nsslautut School Superintendent was lit Rockport the firM or toe week at- c ia bedside of herinuther who was quliu Rick rrIo WomrulSSni lJlry Society wit I Ja1eltwlt1 airs Alex JJurllctt next 1Tl1C811ny otc1Iloon lL 2 oclock pill Tre members lII far us possible are ext E ell to bu liiesont- Jr J W WolcU a further citizen or Oldo couuiy dIed at Moorebouso- aU on Nov 3 or typhoid fever Ho- WIiS fiG years old stud leaves a wire and six children Ho was burled lit Sikes ton Mo tl e following day ih J A Hendrlcltl n IIIominOlI- tcltzonj of near Forclsvllle died last Friday uuti Wilt burled ut Mngan Use following day lie Is survived by ids i wifeand several chltht11o Ile wm a ng ly teipeeted citizen fund will b- gro tly IIIls ed Mr Dwltl Itick ur WJIISl illness I We made uteuaou lat week died FrI 111y and vas burled In tine titntbi- yburykg groud St1mduy evenlllg Ho- Ives a highly respected citizen and will tJo greatly lIlaSet fn- s hit inunedate- n Ig bOIIool1 i 1 I1 E M tVeadwiril liiiviog usu- lerbr diced wt tile lot at 1le cvr net of Clay and Frcderict streets fir the purpaso of erecting II residence It wl1 be or taodern lOlIh1rllctiun turd- Mr W T 1Voodwanl Is wo cvntrtiet- icg earlenleri- Vne Wwuans Foreign I1ssloun1Y aIety will hold tHeir aunuul Ctctuks offering meeting lit tiro Metitrxli- c aurch Wedllelday evening Nov 25to TIle PuIJllc cordialy invited do attn8 A speclal lrogrtIi its IJeou arranged for te meeting No illiillUrls by what another nab cuts or tvtirnted by what unotici man wears How inUnltciy more netessary Is It that a mans t JugMs at old be I s otwnforby curt hiking we become what we are sand ha long w we follow tIle thoughts of oJwrs we ore wliut those IItlllt are Tile Suuduy =School of tHe Hartford IUpUSt chi ICtI expects to have nspt- clal lrogll1 011 TtUlDksg1vlllg nigh- Other schools would likely profit In dolllg we sarna hU risen dint forget He word Temperxnce Sunday runy fi- progntrtns t Me Utode for suct occlishnin by the liubllshets- Res Mnl411US U U or Lcutsville Ky will preach at tine RoekPOr 15thr1 un and j pm T E tnrds Supper Wm he observed R1 emnetLn with the morning service Rev lhrquesa acidtwe extend R cardfa4 InvllaUn to a to come fwd hear him for we feel sure you will be benefited by coming R J rclIULLE Ristor Tie Sunday School of toe Hickory Curnberlnid PrtSbylerhm onutrlt Dt George Smith Supt huts very kindly i vlted tIle Ctvanvo1 lIaglatcrlul Die tract Sunday School to meet with tire Sunday afternoon Nov 22 13010 330 till reheats In tics district lire re qua+tctl tpnutke arrtwgcmade to IJ- o1loscmed whet the home conPlfct- trJtli a the fesaiou of some scl1oo1s It etmeeting tor taut loi1nt every fleer and teue11er can go and holy elect officers for the year alai gdt hny subject dlrcuased In wblch they nrc- Intcr ted Complete program In next weeks paper Leaders in QuartelyExaminatlon of Hartford College In the written exalnlflations hEld at tOO close of the that term of aiq- wsreks the studonta trip obtained tab hlgheet grades In the various Slab jecta were In ArltlnneUc DaisyWed Grittnp 9t is Zoology Conner Foro99- GQmetrr Frank Foreman 78 Ceo1o- gY McHenry Holbrook 99 Grammar Leila glerui and Daisy Wedding 95 Advanced Clam of lUlbler Algebra EI oflHghdertrpuamy UCoT Bennett 100 Ccerp- I Lawrence Gary ii7 Caesar NeUL I Smith and Y Ilelrrrln 8 livelf- Grade English Lit Roy legnett37 font Hstory arab Keown 88Gcr tuan Roy Iteanett 96 ItbetorleaIv- lthHoward 90l Beglnil nogItAH on Titer FordfltEleveutbgradeEng Usl1 LIt hevP hit Lib AhnleEgin187 EfYlAolgy NeLNe Batlth9ll f- y OHIO CIRCUIT COfRT i WILL CONVENC- Iwifb j Large Docket to be DlsI posed Of DuriugI 1erm flI a Ohn Circuit CnUlt will Cieuo next louly tvitlt largo cIvil nut criminal dockets Tts in n urhnlnnl term aTiil 014 ueunl tC flint dltr of Uocourt gill tJo token lip with HI- mllCI11I11Y fr t1IJrlltboudlng ev1 doers It Is undorsmod tttt tto Cuugty At ttITney nud CuminntiivenlUs Attorney wiI ttJouglyImllrClI upon tht grand jury the jlllilortullce of IlUrltr in dcc- tionsand urge them to IndIct persons for llIegul yoUng ot for bribery both In the general election and In the Republican prlrrut y to he held next taontb Is tfe crimInal docket too far II1st39GO CornUI 4340 CoIIICit vs James Espy 4313 Comtil vs Jat Espy 4344 Oornth vs James Jo lYI4345 Conf4lt re Janes Espy 4449 ComU vt It W Raghatd 4454 COIIItt t tI F D McNuly j 4490 ComIJI vt will Duke 4499 Coiritt VII Hurrmnu IIIYllllt j 4500 CoiilID vs Oils DughercrI 4502 Comtlt w Ebb House 4529 Comt1 vs W1l1 Evtnts I 4530 Cwn4h VII Minte Jtsrvis 115313 G4uatl vI JoJOIL 4548 Conttl vs JUlllel nurtlclI4i49 Cumtn vs Rdnh 4i50 Gnndi W Gtr Hermun I1edtlI 4iGO Con1tt vx E W HanOd 4iG2 Cotnth vs Si1 Pttllipv I i 4563 Cowth vs S ai Phtliis4- 5G4Ccmtth vs s Ir Phillips 465 Comt vs S 1I PilltlllS4- 5GG Corntc w S M Ptillil4 j 4574 Comth vs M H E It RI Cotrqatny 457i ContUt vs 11 H E R R Company 4576 COIllU vs 14115 Davis 4577 CwnU VII Smith Miles 4684 COinlt vel E UIllJe etc 4585 nmth Vs J E Dlytht etc 4f8G Coaflh vs J E IryU1e tc 4587 ComIt vs1 E lllyrhe etc 4588 CotuUi vs J E Blythe etc 4589 Contta vs J E RlyUte etc 4590 Ctlliltl vs D pwet cte 4521 Comtb VII W V Udkfr etc 4592 eOIIlUI VII Buck Allen 4593 Centth vs Buck AUI1 4594 Comth VII John Amos 4595 Com tb vs 3Iay FOlelltJ1- 459ti ouith VII Henry Ilizl 4697 Comh rs Leslie Thomas 498 Contth vs Len Hall 4599 Contth YS Mary Morton 4600 iilatb vs Louis WeinIJehII 2nd Day Brownt4573 Cron VII 4678 Comth VII cldude Chapman ReadyelllTIkCOIt Ky Nov Go 1908 Tu County SuperlntendentsTh payroll for next week will nOt IJc totsetiil dl k w1Rt Will notify you YOUlt very truly J G CRAI1Bll Supt- wYSOZ Nov 10Peollle enjoyed tie rain btibiy nIght stud Tuesduy Mr IIlIII Mls J A lggtHI14 baby It Oil ttc tick list Ms barn Kenedy who has been rea sick it hUllrovhg MitPurl lluvenpnrt at =even iI frm this place tire attend Jng b e nleetlrg1t Ctal3prGngs t11ii tlillU Nelthll1 Iii vtsKSng lcrr- notJor Mrs U V D Wt1I11Ilt nt this SvrItiagMirs AUD Adklns Mcileury Is visit l1C i ll isror Mnr Bud ldtklx- I t tarbm Sinn oil It tile gues- of ltks Pearl Dttveupnrt ut this wrid- 1U titJt lItmdenI1 wlllktns spena Stt- urrlay night end Sundaywith Ids unci A J DlWC1ltplrt Ur atilt Mrs J 1 Dtlwnport of Rrxkeslor is vIsiting at this IliaCI lit tendlig meeting at Cool Springs Irs R V Dtlvci11101f and SOnS Pal- inn aril Uudeiwentto RoclqlOrt Wed businesseMr E A Davnnpnrt lust one of his bnnes kist Tuesday ltfr panns DwenFort lost n mule TllunllIY wtiit coul1ouh tWeue GUNS GUNS Piave rust Received a Largo Uno of Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns Ammunition Shells Etc And retllectfuly ask you to cull and ShotaOtteiYvor Infflutford the luWiwt titiSiCARSOIi = Grwe ypgli- glI itfordKy- l uth FJ I JUST THE COAT YOU WANT The prewi1io models this season are along the Directoire lines But the Parisian artists have vied with each other in pro dicing so mazy different designs that it is easy for every woman to get the rapcr style in a becoming garment The Ills chof garments we show have been carefully made from these original creation fey contain ALL the foreign features which set the style butt so modlied as to be thoroughly practical for everyday weaw A look is convincing i BARN RD CO HARTFORD ftrn r Lr 11 ttAtVII I CLOAKS I CLOAKS Our C1ak De= partnnent lever was sa complete with startling vats ues as it is this season Yea will actuaRy ie sur= prised when you see these attrac= tive galenIs at such rithclously- lowpri Buying for three kig stor I es the prepositions best buying in the country arm open to us and we j are after them all the time and we get them These good things are for our customers There is no size so small but what we have it and no price so low but what we have a Cloak to fit it We appreciate our collections of La= dies Misses and Childrens Wraps so much we want everyb04y- to see tbeem WE WANT TO SHOW THEM TO yOU May we have an oppor t- iE Pty BARN S EROS JllAYER pAM KY t1Illtrha If 1Jf Mr 1 vtItN u rn f k 3 IV It V +r J I I f c t ti fl I f I f h1 1 b i Jild 1 ft q 1 r ir o 0 c t iN J IN A fERTilE IIbIAL1INATIGN He Finds a Neverfailing Laltei Of Booze Be Drinks and Ilcars Angeles und Maidens Singing tile lIar vest Home I shall rtsk tile tepublttau fondly trend I with patient tuterest this m r final eli aly fur I siet nut write ror tbls paer ugnln In the I1rrk stud quiet recesses of a cave near hero 1 have discovered a lake or ich and rare olll booze nnd here secure from tile stolvts lit clouds and men I ha1 sleud lily remaining days A vague halt forgotten story ot al band ot robbers making their render VOUs it a Citve near here years and years cgs led 111011 enter this cave on u voyage or ndnH1tulo and discovery After crawling along a sever11k hole for some five hundred feet I cane to a ehtunber of vast dlmellslon- sEyldlnre of former numun Jlllbicatirn bOlleslntune dry lIuno Jt LO lompontturuabounded ns it the dead uwl gone lOb1lJTs Stud Just gone out front II lust g and cloeu1ul lraugnut pudliu fnrth- cr along uIIIIIUOIOI1 by il waved shaft lug I IIdoW1I and to tdow 5C1J1lcbral- oehooe of myrnuttona fuotstelr- snpproxced I InItr eninber batTedb1- a I door HIM burned ulun Irs ttluge aft b It wore i ndg but yesterday With the OfQ HI door tame fill uronuu 1111- I rota and raroly rk I hastened n little way and toy Suckering light fell upon te lquld bosom ot st pool aye Lateradlsrovorius db closed tlmt the robbers had distilled It tiwle wllIeJJouslug It In a natural tank to the tone noor- ot the cave and tine luul ripened it into a nectarine lilte liquor On 1- sbelvlllg rock wore a number of shells from which poriu 1 tine tubers pipped the newlyntade Lwveage After U cal dozen shells full hud provon the rleh ness of my fled I will aloud to tlll- Jrelniug rllenee Uneu Torn Shult and Dud Feuutress have often shares their Jaot drop with lute and now they shall share with ate In the hour ot- my abundance I went fourth at ono and brought them In They couldntHat h dldut express their uplnlon ot the quality of the booze until time next day when they pronoun ed It goad and drank route more On the second day Uncle Toni went out roconnoltehig and returned uni hour later showaig Eureka To Dud and myself It teemed Itnpotsiblo there should be anotuer goad tdmig to be found upon the rntl or under It- nUL Wit followed ilium ulobg a oar Ow crooked IUH1way tor wmmo dit- tance tit we CI1n1J tu U wont much higher and wIder u UI tae rush Tien- we uudel11llId Wiy Uncle Told hud not been able to tlleuk- Ilqlu IOltdout Irotu tau high roar lUng groat stalaudes of pure tree sugar and great stnlagmltea of the tlalne toe ttuflr roso up stnelike from tie noOl Hero and there squatty and IIqurltl of sugar hind crystalized Oil the flout Foatrtts who Is St1ll0- tlIlnll ot II leIt exaiiiepd tint the iilhside alcove tut was uttro II great- eagar asap rInd It tJe ilaccalllie rap Lad riokled lI11W1 t II ugh tNt cruvt- eoa + t tie 1t11ktJ 1 d n41 crystalized 1 toe dry air of tie cave Tao spec t y WJJ Iwi t 81d aid rptetacular A + tIIl of Du 1t utda loUr il1 of- i tlaclo Toul I 1uau WI tdce- I jj f old ii Ir pfeetii- Ulnun hkppunt a it pma hIt in ta lire Te IYCS v 1 c a illJ- Ulkdtcd trl y 1s ed4nnes and squares ire ICuU to e quur bike nod mixed md dwk + tll sleep like a bile in tu nIKIt emo upon us all UPOII awukohhig we pursued our dts- onvories and rleliuoen lit our cave was not yet lxaustcd In tlc largo room through Wdeh J Lund first passed 1 found large quuetIthy lit fine Ilet- tllltlcc o un vtetv roll cigars bl- sidc wileIi te best Iiavanns are but YirglDln rgteeroots While I wa bring fag the tfJblttCQ Uncle Tom found a room wait tona uad tauw ot velvet moss We mndo nwal e4 eltea rIght down by tiro liquid edge of Ue lake and were cnlluly sunoking after a titonchng drtugrtt wen Dud Cllllle In with II huge rutlnotte rind tssed It Into WfJ ke Iilu 4Cu oUr first ditcuaefon DUlIwlln1ro to sweeten tlWhole like to cavu tlJe Itloublo of mix lag but WOllbJil1U to briugJtek- WaIpr III ad its Jack takea I1ls- nIJtrai r Uncle Tet r tul I lII11nll to tiwcctenbg to wbole luL After tillLd r i 1 Jf I a j flu 1 ru U field of augur ad- fndtng bot1l practlcally Inexhauiula bee W fet bnt m 8ns ofproteetingth dragOn 26 to the 1gs ProcI Day tutuual ill which gcotrt of lkwer that to and well tiny oiII this te mom ad rol i State Once wilea tic ot our I tte uC 1rIPrl grows During IL fs elllilsed of InI grown to I df1 I amt Tine thlrI I alollg tile I and were west ot wilder j idro theke WI idI Icroa o cr of lxerlilet and trop weecr tflllt evert oho CiI being usI In material we allotsequal dings indlvIdual well foundation notlting by and wnrre III piling wlliell nilll IIture ot that rests well be raised mil ot the to fufill accomplish and de good th but best soul for In that as a leo against with kind ll1llen lIu to fill the for lg t tc life Roofevo tlo rot ot No tjlutnlts tllllt day I ahalleeuse ijt their meet de rr time hnve re play that r loordQ contiuua future lofeun the seal wi yearot our and or tile and A Adee District A S ot OCt tn Tile to order that I thesO dele J ga xjm W r ropreso uttig bi pM iup 11rctiibdttTnoIrosdeutrequcstedall1rl mnb- orstata6 1 pre out w oJ nt n tnbittt to pro ost to a comTn1tte01pti rCIQln- UoJS i for lttolrconeidbrniyit o ufdim 6UCltjsrcutoelccl Ueore the preslttaut + t Mesaru S J Eiet1sIIld O No CtsOI- cotutuitoo oil iosotutioue Tlq JY motion Wcib 111 Lee nidedu ad 11111 ocaklpEveniig sessiort l t oioalrty p m Too house w Ng celled to order by tho- presldent Commlttcie out resolutions mndo these rolorts- ilfr President wo beg leave to submit the following tiluUmu 1 Resolved teat Uc chair HP110111tl a eommlttce to Introduce tile subject of timber associathnu III uaca lodge und said lodge pfterenves4- gaj lion ot ell points crnfiett0d with to subject to report to Uo next regular tucoting of the district ity rorulutior 2 Resolved that a wtmmfllyteo be- appuitred by the chairman fur encit- lncsa througout t1Q district In sslr- up interest lit too orghnlznrkgi in our dblrlcla olvod tat Wien ut reu lutlJ1 Iii propariy inlll ted by 1ru Wt- hlg amid alrahucctl to t e roil YoIt lto recuguized sa proporry ot e body and not of ntahminue ulcers troa- re tnvo 2 or repro on tee snino Hul Seat Ill iitemonly to arrange all 1n- mine and ttat a11oty rwuh tIt irlrt ono 161JUHItiuns motion second HI Idotlt to to i nlLwelOnrrlld 8fI1sixtee ruofutioa Jt WM adopted Tio proald mit aplonted one nwn her from 0001 llge present liS eonntnltteomen- Setoud I ltesoluuoti was read Mo tart mndoandetoud to adopt and after a longthydirausrlun lit wits atlopud Tie Prtritier1 tppouei ito toilolvlJSl- iS tromudacumen John Ausun J ol faire E R Soc teis S J Shield L T Parv KI Tomas Tilrd rerou ton woo read 11I0tm- l1ialllIu I secoual to adopt There wet bOm b hesitation It first but after an explination from time Chairman quite a- number spoke In filter of tic resolu don mad It WIIS udoited un4udmously- 1hero ware soveral other resolutions orrilly Id ubjecta for 11I8cu811I11 One ot tie subjects was Torvalue lit equity tvibl its board scope our 4- 1gnnlzalloDs teat Lu urgalllZttl for each occupation or for cacti marketable pro duct Motioned and second that We oleo officers at our next meeting for 1909 Carried TIe chair called for nomination for our next mauling place BatZe- town Salem and Mt tflut wait plllced In nomination The majority was lu favor of meetlllg at Mt Pleasant Saturday IIt ten ocock n m before thus first Sunday in December E P SANDERFUR Pros E R SORRELS See Proten CASTORIAFor Infants and OMldxen The Kind You Have Always Bought BelUS the Igtie fa Tile plan Who Knows it MI You uncut bins on the louse toll You moot brut on U o s reot Along we winding 11l11JWI1Y you Hear his printtiy for you fiull hint In tics totege a iovul Quc And J1fIUyou near his volt forever TbQ man who knows it all And should youibink or music U blat 40 liCit heart pr Woufd you utut ovine dlsecurw Of ancient art II volco will bderrupt y u and oro you cant n pall lne voice ut thtt wise being The man who knows it all IJrcharco you many bwo journeyed Leagues away 1Oml0Inc Have seen the sights ot Aflens Tile seven Mils or Rmaodont Tall your strange adventures SVlreu neighbors on you roll fur There wll be among them the Man who knows it all Would you tell a story os a little wine You quart a little Pointed Anecdote tomake yournelgrbors lauGh fllten shun thedark Stranger who Ieansp browedIHe Is the toursouled Tire man whoknows It all SVhea Iu thee realm that smoulders ile rttJa1Jntk r1 iSrlo J L t ZVoare gbet our lurtlqutt tstlhtsl Toto purto ituo tae Lira Above tte wail gfpirrW 1VlIl hear one run Uc cU Who shriek of tbltt vIle nm nor f The uaua who knowB it nil rIiJ oJ Bears the JTha Kind Y9 toAits Bcu t- tBlgr gHoWould Return Marlow was three years old Oae day his mother sold to bhn now Marlow you may go outdoors to play for awhile but It Iseo you crossing the street to play with that naughty little boy 1VIIne Iurr again Ill give you a herd halal spanking half ah hour later the mother looked out after bel boy and saw him playing with Willie Burr She raised time win dow and called with forced gentleness Mnrlow combo hero to nuer- Marlow cause but as l1e did So he turned to his companion and said You stay wlght here Willie Im doln in to dot spauked Ill be wight backDellneatort Catching Rats rime best way to catch rats is to put any animal sullstnncl well perfumed with oil ot rhodium Into a trap This induces them to enter readily and even draws them from fi coushlernblo Ills tnnce liS they are cxtlcll1el pdrtial to this oil All ounce or oil of rhodium will cost you W cents Catnip to i1 cat is nothing like rlmcdtum to fl rat Oil ot rhodium is made front n Species of- bludwced and Is used In perfumery New York Press The Wrong Shoulder In u timber yard two workmen were cnrrIIIJ II large piece ot wood when the ummger who happened to come up ot the time accosted ono ot them Toe said lie youve got that batten upon tic WTtmg shoulder limn that was the ready reply It should be upon yoursLonduu Scraps Extending Zono Teacher snyd exclaimed the prcctlo- clous child that wo live inl the tern lmetito zone Yes answered Colonel Stilwell and It these Prohibitionists keep go lug Itll be worse than tluat Wash lugtou Star Worrying Worrying Is one of the greatest drawbacks to happiness Most of It can be avoided it we only determine not to let trifled annoy us for the largest amount of worryIng Js caused by time smallest trifles Let him who has bestowed a benefit be nlllnt Let him who received It tell or ItSeneca OASPORXAJean theTheKind Yon Bare Always Boo lt Slgnt1lf8 Y tocf Detailed Own Agony Los Angeles Cal oct 27 Dying or thIrst In the desert west or Doan Valley U F Pratt a prospector of the Grape Vine district wiioso body we found In the Argus mountains by all other prospector left tine record ot his suffe 1ngson the pages of n diary found by fiis side Pratt after being warned that tho trip was II dangerous one bturted for Mbjwut mild for reretal days rut corded In finding water Ho fina ly entered a region entirely deSLItno Jf moisture amid lost his WilY Hero lit pages ot t o dIary contain entries fast IJtcomlllg Ulfghtblo tllI TlIII stn follows ovelltheThings tiuead look bud Cmt find lilY tuil olo tvacr now wi11Iberow I I cant staid 110 pace Hltvu eh my grub wd blankets Am going I aJldjtonCleMust get water today m Ill cash ill i Tile World Moves The world moves fast Ono can not rIde In a firstcasa couch front Joppa to Jorurulern and ono tun cow ride ArobialtoTurkey n Asra ere Joins lmndcd by i railroads Daveut Motmmnrcdans who centuries ago made their journeys on I the backs of camels ritmf now ride In class cars Tne owners of the railroad ruuning through the tocred city ot Mcdlul1 being strictly b 1rWIJ tray ho tMIJI into consideration the lCllgion Mohammcans and have attachedottlleI or cars to Mire trains These cuts have In theft an lndlcttpr which points a IOhmJneidanYard the tomb or the prppliet md couutrylatA French coiuhaiy lab been furmeit no I 11 I 71 1ffiul I rrlrotd WTIoserourb WilJ tOlowpartr j- or the route or Mgtteswhen ho Vb Israoliea out or Egypt into theIHoly Laud t IJ If You Are Sick It is because some of the organs of the body are not doing their wok well There is a lack of that nervous energy that gives them motion Con sequently you are weak wornout nervous irrit able cannot sleep have headache indigestion etc because there is not suffi keepthelow them to perform their natural functions Dr ft11ealthenergyIdid not know what was the matter with me I tried many remedies and Iheancured n bottle and beforo I had taken hovohndcontinued JttoJSt i ohioDrtheflratmoneyMiles Ind THE VERY BEST otHave any ofour readers seen a recent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur than to note its present great thingsthatand home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce aa paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social lifer where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income fro m It i s efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children ana other duties that makes her toil n laGor of love Cltildrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to planlugThe Grand Idea being that liAs are our Homes so will be the Corn f munity State and Fat+ oT1 A most desirable help is anon sectarian sermon each week as + preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chess T Russell a forcible remipder of the spiritual and tern righteouslivinglife that brings nought but mIServ to thehome features1Jaremoos verdict of its readers beingTeThe cleanest and aWeeklySample copies may be had by t i fChicinnnti M I f 1- n i 1 JR NCNESINcLUiwE Q flYAi 2iusz EAUI1 UL AT P 4JJuBAWLINGGFENBUSINESS ITV B s REtNt COHRESPONlJENTlftlTES 1 nftItANewsy LetterTexas toOI pose the TArlff Bjing takin g d Off of Hides j Tie election over publio inicisr I to the next nnUohuT event 1dheced w lcUxylll be II e l QfI 1 Congress the Piesldonls mcs jsageald the attendants of tide ending of a remarakble admlnhtruU In jolltlcal crcestlete 111 muc lk about tariff legislation with tfio generally t expretsed opinion however that the circumstances do not favor radical tariff daigcn It la tluiugvt probable that wIth Speaker Cannon returning with the vindication of a large popular majority froinjlsdls trict and Mr Di lzell of PeJiisyUjinla and Mr Payne of New York nil re elected and all HtandpaUciH tariff reform will hnvii as usual n hard rofd to tnivpl Jn the Sonato the con ditlona will not be moro favorable AH usual Aldrlol Ha s Burrows doth tandi attcrs will remain firm iigalnst any important change in the varous schedules The demand for revision of course comes chiefly from the Wet and the South but Me demand Is P1 not unanimous from any loclHty Ge eral Hancock was much derided years ago for his remark that the tariff was a local question though his character Izatlon Janow known to havo LIt iomurk rTenneiEee and Alabiimi will Join hands wltii Pennsylvania In op posing a reduction of tho tnriff on iron Texas and Montana and many states lying between them wll oppose reduction of the thrift on hides although JEiiEsatiiusoUa las long in sisted on suci reduotlon And so It is throughout too various scaedules I Lfocal and special interests will bo abe to carry the day nganst universal ncc esslty In many cafies t lIe revision It Is thought will to upward instead of downward This will be ti e caso with certain products of tjiel farm nod dairy of wnlch small quantities only are exported Theso tariff rates Avll be Incneiised for tire purpose of im pressing tho farmer with the belief that lie is 9n U to share the benefits of tlc high tariff It is thought Itllllt the duiy on lumber will be wip or considerably lowered for1 tle I ISjgrently IgnorIcdwillbuQn nttempt nia1o lit the regijlirj session to put a tariff revision bill jugh Certain leaders would likely dO tills for Sn the first plac they 4would prefer to avoid the Killing of i an extra session to which the Republi can party js committed They would can party Is committed Th y would avoid if possible ponding lime in i Wifihlugtonater the fourth of JIUraJ It is also realized l at tio Ioolor tio manufacturing mining and comruert clal imterc s of the cuonry are up prized of tariff changes and the eoon i er they sttlo down to buslnefs tltcI sooner tho country will return hesilthy business basis President Roosevelt who I as BOJ long occupied the foretron t of ttfoc ElUSO is for tho moment and perhaps will bo for a long time eclipsed by the presi dent elect find it Is jut probab that he envoys the eclipse If 14 may be fo called for surely hQ ins bitiught It on himself in Ms own approved way TJiose who lave talked to Jiim recoqtL- yroave Ito tho New York Sonuinrshfp are Impressed lint ho would likeviry much o ECO Uo ieent Soc ory of State succeed Senator Platt and it 18 rumored thmt tio president liojtjs to succeed Senator MmeaUI p year or two nKor his hunting holiday In Africa and his od toriI exjeriiueut I 0lL The Outlook JDigiizSne sro ended Secretary Root woud bo Able to hold the jiieeUgu of Xew York and wonld do muafi to redeem it from III presort low level on ve senate f1 arrvRopt Is silent on tbo subject but JLInameNew YorJc Eonatoiship Jt is said titPresident cleot Taft very much doiiIed to Jiaye Secretary Root tho prcwlor of the new cabjlTier On I could no doulit bo a polnted 10 the Ghjef JustiCEebip ofie United Scenes I Supremo Court if Justice Fuller should rotlro witijn tho next four yeurtj There nro lOwe er a number York candidates for Senator Pbstts Place hmong the cxQovernor Frank j J K rflack and TlmoUvy Woodruff There hna been h revIval of talk abbul President J O sevelisUlLeerllng to the presidency of Harvard Unlvorsl tr but It Is no believed that BO rest- lessI and strenuous a personage as tbo President could be hed down to the I prpprietieB and tradltlpps of hla very rMpeQtable Almn Mijtdr It Is Enldj CiltupJJYftIwould far rather iriko pftbls boat 14 Pr IiJ r00 rr Xis l f I j rj T ht 1 11 tj 3 r J t Ji t If rI r Ie It l t 4 r t i f f esc ti i Jy kL li r Sdjpce hw never gon beyond thtI tItgiven It a meaning over broadening with knowledgeWhen sullers1Ibroughclouded Hlionilnd and Judgement aro orlmpurQtIiOightbnyctIy of thob Foul Impure iJrllprccsnthcrcbycuringother cutaneous affections as eczema tetter or saltrheum hives and other manifestations of Impure blood In tho cure of scrofulous swellings en larged glands open eating ulcers or old sores the Golden Medical Discovery has performed tho most marvelous cures In cases of old sores or open eating ulcers It Is well to apply to the open sores Dr Plercos AllIIcallng Salve which pos tosses wonderful healing potency when used as an application to tho sores In con Junction with the use of Golden Medical Discovery as a blood cleansing consti druggistdontSalve In stock you can easily procure It by Inclosing fiftyfour cents In postage stamps to Dr R V Pierce 003 Main St Buffalo N Y and It will come to you by return post Most druggists keep it as well as the Golden Medical Discovery x You cant afford to accept any medicine- of unknown composition as a substitute for Golden Medical Discovery which Is a rncdlclno OF KNOWN COMPOMTION having a complete list of dlentsJnp- lain English on its bottlewrapper the name being attested as correct under oath Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate ttomach liver and bowels and work in Ms Sirt sleeves fum to don the uulversUy uniform A Paying Investment Mr John WhiJo of 38 Highland Ave Moullon Maiiiu eay Havo been troubled with a cough every winter and spring Iit winter I tried many advertised remedies but tno cough continued until I bouga a 60c bottle of Dr Kings Now Discovery before that wahalf gone the cougii won nil gone This winter the same liappy ro suit has followed arid a few dotes oncv moro banished the annual cough I am now convinced that Dr Kings New Discovery is tile best of all cough anti lung remedies Sold under guaran tee at nIl druggists SOu und 100 Trial bottle free m BEAVER DAM ett over from last w nik Nov 5Rev Virgil Elgin began a series of iriceUng at Uie M E cnurclt South Sunday Sir M D Muddox who Is attending the Ijoulsvll e Dental school camoiliom Salunduy and remained until Tuesday to vote Mice Smith of Fordsville who PUS been tllJl guest of Mrs Alllo Field eu for a few day returned home Monday MiEfl Mary MoKonney who has been visiting friends in town for a few lays leturned TO her home In Center town Sunday Mrs C L Woodwnrll n11l1l11s Dcua WoodWit 111 onreriaiHid the ladles Social Club Saturday afternoon The M I E Society entertained wliii a tocl l ai the College hall on Halloween Uf6tflJio L Auatiu ontarftilued a few girl friend at bet haute on Hnl lowccn Lisa Wilo Sinit1 of Hartford spou Saturday anti Sundwy tLo gucwt of Miss Dna Woodward Rev A O Gardner clued a Tent at Tayor Mines last Saturday night andbnptlzed tovcrul Sunday at tornoouMits Xtiymee Altctoll of Olmttft noogn Totin is fipojidlug a few days ViltJi pareirw tithe Mr Vltgfl Htocker Iwfl Sunday night for Tux und New Mexico wlier tie lis flml Get claim of land How to got Strong- P J Daly of 1217 W Congross St Leago bUs of iv way to become strong Ho jaii My mother who is old und was very feeblejs deriving so muoa banaiiv from Electric ITlttcrs that I foaol Its my duty to toll ttiop- who need a tonic and stronthonlnsm- edlcJno abput It In my mothers cmall marked gain in flesh has n Imbed insomnia has boon overcome Hud she is etoadll gmwlna sironger Elecirlo BlttUra quickly rouudy stoniacn liver wid kidney compLilntfi Sold under guarantee atall druggist 50c m Believes in Polynramy Salt LaUo City Noyomber 3RMho than ddpy an article of her faltfc Del phlrie Doddswoitfe all English girl 21 years old fcna twine submitted to exile from tose slid olds denr arwl favcd foftb cufong arfngeia Jiomeless 5ira Doddeworili bocuTue n convert to Mtor inonlEm ii Eagland UnderllJle law EO believer lu polygamy can ontero United States by way crf Mont eal urov in Boston sho was tot aside for de portation An attempt to enter tho United States by way of Montreal pro inore successful buttoday showas placodhro bn n Itrll IJundforiWon trtial in the ustodayof nuj immigra Uon officer i iffp 1 s r it p 0- I i s wTJrwLnd U EjIL t MAMMOTH CAVE Increased by the Drought Which Has Given Opportunities for New Discoveries Glasgow Ky Oct 31Asartllllg discovery nm Just boon jnsule in Maui moth Cave which Is undlsputable the effect of the clrougtt which has pro veiled over tliiff section for 90 days In some of the avenues were water train 10 lo 15 fet stood it Is now perfectly dry In some places whore people can walk with once and safety tho oldest guide or visitor cannot re member to iiavo seen tno places with out water The effect Is more noticeable on Echo River hun any place That fa jnous stream which normally ciin only be traversed for u abort distance ow big to tUo water and tie roof of the cave belig BO near each other can now be tnveled for milce and It is claimed that Uo echoes grand at nil limes have been intensified thousands of times by the low watc6 Many new nvomtca und ine6 not known 10 have existed before have been discovered and at the present water stage mauy mile of avenues and grottoes can bo teen While the water Is low tin effort will be made to locate tito exit of Echo River und tSis may result In rome wonderful discoveries Many lo cnl people who have visited the cave often tome as many as a dozen times are going to the cave to see Eo o River under present conditions This is the first time In the history of Mammoth Cavemoro than a hundred yearstliat the water lias been so low us at prefect and those fa mlllnr wilh Uie cave claim that It will probably be two months until tlie rlv er and otter waters will rise to a normal condiJon Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reacn tho diseased portion of the care There Is only 0110 way to cure deafness und that is by constitutional remedies Dcatacssis caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the EustacJiian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have 11 rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when it Is entirely closed Deafness is the result aunt unless tie inflammation can be token out anil tills tube restored to Us normal condI- tion hearing will be destroyed forever nlno cases out of ten lire caufiid by Catarrh which is nothing but an fnfamed condition of the mu cous surfaces Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any wise of Deafness caused by catarrh Unit cannot bo cured by Mali Catarrh Cure Scud for circular free F J CHENEY CO Tokrto 0 Sold by Druggists 7G- ciako Halls Family Pills for con Btlpatlon m =Hints for Stock Owners With god cure one can reckon on 150 lambs from 100 owes Hut oue would rather have ono good big ouo tban two small ones Feeding of tooth turnips beete etc with a little grain will bring tho flock through the winter In a most profito bio condition One of the ohlcf causes of tbe rotting of stored roots is too lfIue warmth anti coo lit tIe vofttllaUon Root keep bust wlero UB toiufCRvturo is keirt us low freezingrrJIO become logy nnd spend too raupa oirnu lying 110 Scree corn inn be fed hut care nkoud le thken tiut toe brood OWB du act beionw overfu Scatter homo whole gn ln in a piM Lena of iouie sizo so tint sio will bo bJfied to wall timuud and filimd while rfio Is gatnerlug Jt up Tt e daryymn who keer three or four brood eows and ix Ise a quantify of pigs in conaeotlon with cream 01 butted wiling anti UQ production of fruit has Ii continual source of prom It Is a good plan to keep a das feed lolxed Ju ono diy ahead JCarog bred now will drop taeir cot next Mobor just after flyriira- Tlio automobile will put tio horse 9Ut of business tba dnj itftr olora arsurlno driven tho cow tflr Ule taJ yard Tfro x nrorcs can do the yjasons Work anti rsJsa the colt profftflbly anil well during tlio winter if pro perly fed and cared for Cut hay and molasses may bo re lied upon to carry horses through the winter In good shape Tiio best method of feeding Is to cut the hay Into Imlf or throequar erlnch length mix tlio molasses wltJi water and dampen the hay with It then mix the ground feed with it- D6 not ciango too suddenly lo dry feed Roots and ensilage will furnish Bucculenw o Vlnferfeedlpga bunch of dry cows 1 r r f 4 4 RHn o tiiJlJn C t icl Jut ubout as seuaibloFroin iNoyemb I Fiirti JournaLWorked the Candidates Up in Bath county they lnve adopted n now wrinkle Instead of working for the numerou9 candidates JK peo Plo of one neighborhood made tIll Cindlda1e work Tho Owensvillo Out jlook tells it Urns That was an ex JCenda1II I most Vie people of that neighborhood appolned that day for assembling o do volunteer work on tho now turnpik I Tile happy thought to Invite tile can I didates for county offices originated anti nearly all of them were there promptly some with teams and all witII a willing spirit There were one hun tIred and sixtyteven worekrs and they j accomplished wonders It Is estimated that the work could not have been done for less thon 350 at tho lowestI Tieybullt complete onequarter of n I mlc of gravel turnpike and graded another quarter of a mile ready for gravel Jessamine Journal NOTICERe- publican Primary Election December 5 1908 At a regular meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of Ohio j county Kentucky held at the Court- House in Hartford Ohio county Ken tucky on Saturday August 22 1908 It I was ordered by said committee that a primary election be held at the regular yoUng place in each of the various voting precincts of Ohio counI ty Kentucky on Saturday December 5th 1008 between the 1ouipy of six j a m ojid four p m for tho purpose of nominating Republican candidates ornceslI ty Superintendent of Common Schools Jailer Coroner Surveyor Assessor and the candidate receiving the highest number of votes for the office for which he is a candidate shall be declared the Republican nominee for said office to bo Acted for at tile reg ular November election IDOy and tile party represented by said candidate or candidates is tile Republican rarly and shall bo represented or designated on tho official ballot by the device or emblem a Iog Cabin All tho legal ecctoi8 who will be entitled o vote at tiio regular Novem ber election 1009 in the voting pre cinct in which lie offers to vote in Mild primary shall be entitled w vote in tho Primary election of December 5th 108 provided however that each of said electors answer iu the affirma tive the following question viz Will you vote for and support nt time regular November eectlon 1909 tim candidates receiving tlo Highest number of votes In tills primary elec tion and who shall bo declared e no minces of tie Republican party for the offices thcreforo named The officers of the election shall pro pound to each of the electors offer tug to vote in the siilii primary tie above question wHich must bo answer ed Yes before the elector is permit ted to vote Tiio primary election called herein shall be hold aiul conducted In the samo form amid manner unit under the name requirements ns provided bylaw for tbo holding of regular StUo elections If My candidate officer of the oectlon Challenger Inspector or any other person shall directly or Indirectly vlolato Uiy of tfe pro visions of to ocction laws oft is State in holding or condwtlrg to primary electron tot out heroin then a1 parsons tram offending KI bo stlbjcot to all fines and ponttll in such crtei made and provided by the laws of this State It is estimated that tIle cost of holding this primary will be five bun amidIed against of said offices Representative 1000 Corcnlt Court Clcrk 11000 County Court Clerk 11000 County Judge 0000 County Attorney 0000 Sheriff 11000 County Superintendent of Common Schools 8000 Jailor 1000 Awessor 2000 The o amounts oseoEaed against each olfico shall bo paid in quar proportion berveen each of the candidates for Uie respective offices which sum shall bo paid to tho Secretary of tto Republican Exe cutive CommlitQo of this county not later tlian twenty days next proceed ing thcj holding of such primary elec tion and tiny candidate desiring to submit his name to tho voters in LtorIfy I Committee ot Ohio county tho Chalr prl7Ir that ho Is a candidate and file with said notice a receipt from the Sccre S I I p S i I 4 4T r DENTAVejelabkfttparalonlbrAj I I s1Iati1lh1b0t1apiJRetiIatingust 4 Promotes DigesUonauna ness and RestjContalns idtlttr 1 Opiuni orphine norMaeraLi NOT NARCOTIC JlrrpufolJJSJHJlZJI1 JUSauu I AMItUts IIi1I1mI rtr InStIrI Aperfect for Coasi non Sour StoraadiDlarrhoa Worms Convulsionsfevcrkir ness andLossOF StEEP FacSimfe Signature of NEW YORK Atb months old rantee LrExact Copy of Wrapper CASTORIA For and The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature Ir- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA S OUR CLUBBING RATES THK liisiritiiraN and louisvillo Homld135lH- K RKPurMOAN uiitl Louisville Daily Herild 325 THK RKiUHLicAN und OourierJounial 150 THE RKHITHUCAN and Louis GloVioDemocrat 175 THE RKPUUUCAN and Home find Farm 12r THE REPUBLICAN and Lipponcotts arid Cosmoplitan 325- l THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owonsborolnquirer 175 ThE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensbovo Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Magazine 15C THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE RVPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135I THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Veekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN oJ QOQOcJ iIto lL Of Honest Business Reputation E 9is9 ItONt7MENTE9SOLD BY US 9 I 9Of GEO MISCHEL O SONS g 9 i1Ei3PROPRIETOR 1E Oyesrsl3oro Monumental Works i 1 42111 Yards 2U210218 Claj St 0- IS OWENSBORO KENTUCKY it 9 tt i uCi Got OMV Prices and We to Save You i5 Money on All Good Honest WorK j ce O o cQ rw to Q e O tO Jv y V W T V WTV 9 ==tary showing that he hoB paid tile assessment charged against and upon complying with those conditions no shall be declared to be a candi date before paid primary election and shall have his name printed on tho official ballots for said primary This October 10 1U08 M S RAGLAND JI L HEAVIUN C SI DAKNETT Resolved that it IB the sense of this committee that wo hold a fair and just primary ond that wo will render all assistance within our power to aid In prosecuting any person or persons who violate the election laws In the conduct of said primary and we urge the Comnonwoalth Attorney and County Attorney to do all In their power to secure Indictments and prosecutions of all violations of said lawsIt is further ordered and directed that a primary election Lei held In each of the Magisterial Districts of Ohio county Kentucky ou Saturday Infants Children of THe OITUII COMPANY MCW YORE CITY St National RMalttSt Guarantee him December 5th 190S botwoon the hours of C a m and 4 p in for the pur pose of nominating Republican candi dates for Justice of the Pence and Constable la mch of said Districts to be voted for at the regular Novem her election ItOP and this primary election for nominating candidate for Justice of tile Peace and constable snail be held nnd conducted under the rulo and regulations set out above for hold lug the county primary M S RAGLANP OUmli JNO G KEOWN Secy They Tako the Kinks Out I have used Dr Kings New Lift Pills for many years wltft increasing satlsflcallon They take the kinks out of stomach liver anti bowels without fuss or friction says N II lirown of Pittsfield Vt Guaranteedsatlsfac tory at al drugglnsts 25c m OASTOaABears thisTha Kind V53 Hall Always Bought Signature Iof c t 1 o t I A MENTAL FRENZY JPs 4 Things a Man Saw In D lirium Tremens Charles Ronmn gives a record othla own experiences ns n victim ot deltl4 rum tremens It Is a remarkable pay hologlcal document comparing favor ably In interest and nsn lileceofwrlt- tng with Do QUlnceys Confessions of- an Opium Eater Following Is a brief extract which gives some suggestions or the thIngs the patient saw Up to this polnt the zoological vie rltatlous had been Intermittent Dul- fng the next few days howeer I saw call that I could stand I saw such pre YLlatorle creatures as exist nowhere except In museums I saw rats I1B they mnrehed past my door or flew through mr wludows or floated In wy tub Elephunts strode In and out wltlJ luny berlug steps and swaying trunks At times they seated themselves and taunted me with their thunderous bel lows or their ear splitting screeches They flaunted their snouts high In the = air and b11 Ira wed Monkeys jumped- arom limb to limb In the trees outside my room Snakes ot all colors of aU- rdtscrlptlons reptiles with fantastic figures upon their backs and with eyes ot sapphire or ruby or ot milk white marble wriggled upon the door or crept In or out ot heretofore unseen crevices In the walls and dropped Into the water In my tub They swam around and around me squirming un ider me with their tongues darting In and out with ferocious activity G- irases craned their necks around the doorways or through the windows chickens roosted over my bead and cackled dogs and wolves ran around the room barking and snapping pl- geons flew from one corner to another and cooed Lions I heard roaring and tigers I saw while they opened their mouths like huge cats in silent angry disapproval licking their whiskers and wetting their paws softly and daintilythis and far more I saw crocodiles In droves Fat scaly gilsteuing beasts they were With frothy foaming jaws long sweep ing t to crouching upon or creeping along the foot ot my bathtub or my bed and gtindlug their yellow teeth In gluttonous anger as they contemplated me theIr prey I saw the reeking sUpper body of n croeodlle sllllo into the wuut ot my tub Then as I shrank In breathless horror to escape I saw his greedy flinty eyes urlseto the surface with his coli3 foul chin flush with mine Ills icy beak touch ed my cheek The hot vapor from his lungs scared my flesh 1 turned ns cold as Ice and trembled liken leaf in a stormAmerlcan Magazine GENESIS OF FEAR Gray Cells of Our Brains Stamped With Ancient Terror The average man would sooner face a EO pound human antagonist than U fifty pound dog whleh he could choke to death In three minutes I have scup u ehurging rum scatter halt a dozen men nay one of whom oukl have mastered the brute lu n mowent and not one ot whom was lu ordinary matters U coward There are IU3tnnccs un record ot men who with their bare bands have held and badd un ugly bull hut It cons only the pre oure of grim necessity that taught tlJCmtbcb powers Put n man ngllluRt aua nllllllal and the man looks around fur weap oils or support whether ho needs them or not There was n time when he did For rrrta today the ruost lordly of animals ra once well nigh the most humble ot them nil lIe has come up out ot a state In which fear was the normal condition uf existencefear ot violence of the dark that gave upper= tunUy for violence fear of falling of animals of being alone tnd into the plastic gray cells of our brains are stamped these ancient terrors u liv lug record of the upward climb ot luau The baby shows this record most clearly In him the prints of heredity ore not yet overlaid by the trucks of use nod custom anti therefore In hint we may most easily read our past his tory lIe in our ancestor liS truly us- be Is our rehicaruutiun and his every shrinking gcslure and frightened cry are ehluulllcs uf the younger world titles uf till age of fear They tell ot the days when wan Will nut the mater of the earth her even a highly considered cltlen or tlo same hut runaway subject of thu meat eating irronnrchs whose scepter WUJ tooth nnel ciaW a humble plebolon- In the presence of the huroed and hoofed artslovrats ot woods anti fleldsr They Ppoalt of the nights wlHII our hairy sties rolll hell IlIlh forks ot trees and whimpered softly nt tll Juri whimpered leenulu the tlnIH held so urauy enemies wlllJUllcretl softly lest those eneuries shuuti hears Lippincotts tl j aright Prospects i My dear said the breaker torrlils- unly daughter I have uotlccdnyouug + nllln attlrtYl lu a dresssuit hl the drawing room two or three evenings cacti week of lute What 19 bisateeu- patioar Ile ls itt present uuemllloyedrrin4 thert replied the talc glr a dreamy faraway dock In filer big hitm eycs Jut ho U thinking seriously ot accepting n position ot Ute compunlon to a young lady of means An Everyday Suit lhnt Gus Is certaInly a nifty dress er lIe has n suit ot clothes for ever day In the week Why Ito has the same suit on every time I see him Yep thats the oneCleveland Leader Tee sweetest ot aU sounds Is praise Zenpphou y alass r 1 dMf il f 4 j n J Ka- eIdif tlYai sae fYa America only A few aaolla M ail kHCYed In the PndIIe fill fo know what se visit b Irso tie hart been on- gaged au Yl cities sarmihiamlly of twee riPertk wrien asked If ate l adeaataai atN titsdetain ot her work Me i iJtr tvpUed Sure I de +naaRae ultileesvr rah Rufte satisfed- howev a g skInS b s7 with I her fast uJII8kd u upon her Bridget aeead fs lie toles aU right and ah leII veJtlraalfetint BUgg- estlou Nest aJacIIJto batbg was In order and JIrJIPt esMrd at it when her 1Blatr8I tla i to my As you ret the desire itaeti jst throw thom over the aYsoe All af Trsfar S busy laundry girl rt Mel arlllaarJt t6oppthg to raise her eyes 1IIr tweet fB hand I Tile taedU ataet va located In an outk MJtraL tfelkern and occa s1oull7 tie eslIC elf the family horse s t1leerlr sake or Bridget reeoaie116a+ir J W the bons- RetaeaYi Ie Nlae biry house a couple III huan hte the lady could caroeI6 risaa leer taIS DOC restrain I her aairNl wiIIe itew the faim- i ply kaetq Maadire tntIy beside Br1 gyn iMall with newly I pro e4 aledta lirereaaea tablecloths and bee itarisnaedata and skirtsI Wfli a a1fa IIIten her honest face 9a et Irwtd Im glad I yenve situ satup for Ill bave to bays atathri4a5 w T H-dl reDeom had been en joybaNitsasdailheaaaty fair while his htmlwAtz rite stayed at home lo ae that oIt f at aaffered no loss la tsJleece Well JIanIIIm4I tila owner upon his ret eVzntab an tired out Is the cars hUtearI Yes tat alms sepUed his wife barely lotfagatp JInID the task then In kaad Ute teases rmcssed an fed 2 I NL IChk1teu teapT Yea I Wool ebcpped 1hi IIZRlnr YtW I Wilson bent rneaicd an ready t start la tb rmatnlcr Yf exhaustIhave esy zapper Tm gum n to turn In i Fannies LethmtniXeWonmeNew i Yodc Uera2d The popaalrx Coral I The dealer bpJa lIt two strings ot coral T ywere urvsymti size but one was darts and dull Iiae the other betntlteU7 pink IIIIId translucent worth1MpopulariWorld It goes Tkmxtrfags of rough uncut beadaare for i7ac dead or India They are 11It rmanal rdt necks of the betties abs it toilreI saved In the ghats These farce nn Lined red bends ItO to Africa llIeF Vn much lilted by the naUtea rrhest fad skins they perfectly auit IIem ttrt n lot of coral hands with fltrcrc rxttmded In it Y the gesture unit 1UCIltt till the evil eye t The coral Lantla roc fin Italy whore the beUef in their rdicacy Is wide apreaaRunnio 3tgrtess- Hobtons CMic- I Thtfe Is an etor breakfast re A landlady to her lodger IIIUarkllJ do you prffrr Prefer nyarfJ the latter Whrrca the nrrrnsxr when yea emsi JrorTt an egg ur leplYiLondoyt No Frnr- J ttexOt course I expect pay for them You dotn inppavr I write these things for tuntto Jaa Editor hand lug back the batch car paragraphs Well it you did Fun SriIed most dls i many1Uastmtetl JUt Consistearls iI jeoTfJ bet obstinacy ty p cou rcltJIlhKcs State Regis ter Nov 1L3fm CERALV CnJJa Irornard wifo- orMr Lon Ifarusrd4iedMonday after a 1ingoring7Uaews tier remalnswero1- 11tenI1 1n17 CerzI Pyrneynrd Tut t l day Wiuiaavos nhm4shand lId sever dllhlren to nUunJ IllS departure I Ubriu bits Delti tkver who Ins heen dangcronvlim for vireo tlmo1- sbeeri r dir Cruise Itorre is op Jiio stele list jtea Duhzy Ss21 wfo of Mr Two Sntitit died Novemlie r Silo w a- aehilaIyrer1Ltedaitly l I LUr John MtGaunor is very sick 1l1iI1t n Cai tp1tI i Iaester Is vIsit t 1 d101er Mfs Fsz 1E rLqr- l rr Matanzas ndg Fite last GnmdLotlot gmntcd t of1lnUll2aIOlf30cwu1J went Ja Mutahsrs utKitucday nl t- Inst111cd j tte tdilcerx find sot tits Ircipe tv Wert under iU charter j A grndly xathercf the hreirren were pieserd and altar tlll luatalia lion ceramrnios were orer lIrDLbel W E Elhla mafaureD c uCDnd degree ton one candidate ill d9e z t tatj- sfartariltr ins Tcr predict a brlgtit four kr xhn uw lodge and xhtr Masons as lien aiuti VIII lie glad to kncnr iti tatanrac Lodge No 811 h A ii pia Jl added to ow list nt chWrterta4aa 1I i r = TO StieS Timber Cbeservstioem- hoo future devolopmerttof fiat IUIn berlpi1yhl the country hut In the dlrect1uvr or a closer utlatlon of- foret products Both tor slcm null praetIat1 lumbermen now agree qn- t lspolnt Just whatcan be done in thin hid is well 1Uul1trated in the nsof- thdminnl the Great SoutlSernlunther Company Willlcll has just reotones its plant nt Dogahlfu Louisiana in re- epoueq to tae increased dennaud tr dumber utter tlC reCent slump In business This Is perhaps the largest saw- mlil In the United States it not Ip the world and Is lLpable of turning out the elolmous amount of GOOOOO feet of sawn lumber board measurer per day A reader can get a thir Idea of this quantity ot umber when io Is told that Its output Is errnugh to build a little town of 40 houses along with agcoo sized church and a schoolhouse every day This company was quick to groUJp the slsnlticance of tbe rpttid doplo tlon of timber resources List yem + tt begun a cooperative InylSlJgltJon In wcOO utlUzadln wIth the UattedStates Forest Service end arrangements have just been completed for R reneWlJ1 or the experiments Tho work vilibe along practical lnes and cold be aimed to secure a closer utUlzatlun Qf the products of the southern 7umtrer mills and at the same time PrOOuco It margin of profit In excess of that oh= trained by the emtW tla whdit are now practiced iTo field fer work along Ws line Is brood It Is Fell known that tiro superIor grades of lumber lire olJ1ln ed from old ntanrre trees pnwhed they are not weakened by deity Qt other influences In other words i thousand feet board mtsure 1Rr luum her sawed from a tree two Itet In diameter costs less and Is worth tnorr than a thcusind feet sawed from a tree only eight Inches In dlumeWr Moreover Umber cut from young trees usually contains a large nmout of sapwood It ties poles etc are cut from such material they wilt decay tar more rapidly than It cut from heartwood It Is not good buslneM poicy however In a great many cases to raw tile most valuable timber In to commodities which aro relatively low In cost such as titS and poles It Is the Intention therefore JC the company to find out just what size and classes of timber Call he best utilized for the cheaper COnnutsdideS when given n preservative treatment To this end a careful study will be nllule to Ilstertilin the amount and value of rJo produci3 sawed from trees of different sizes and just low each ron be best utilized awasto Be cure greatest economy alul pifvfit For example can a tree eIght ihctkxed- lamnter lie best utlllzld for ttis or for fooring and how will this lrof Its compare if treated with thao sold untrczatext It seems IUJtHHllIlIlo en tUprJtti Mutt the profii derived front the Salo ot treated timber will exceed ttotc from untreated timber Moreover tIle gretter use of cJoml cally preserved Wood will undoubtedly reiiult in that wood givingagrcatet life in service Hence tJte amount ur timber cut annum ly to UC Uilted- Shtte simply to replace that ilctJ has dtvsyed will lie nflJflf ally do TCIsedInll II furtror cunservatlou of forest resources w111 result ttecent- estlmales by tIo Forest Servlee place this reduction ht 10 per COIIL or tho into timber out The practha iliend fits or these experiments caul Of Vie InvesUgtona for tis uUlIzoUOt or- Iawmlll waste are fit once apparhrit HICKORY CHURCH Nov 1lRev J H Sapp bed sor vices ilL Pleasant HIll church Lur day night and Sunday and ut Excel MOl sdhcol house Sunday n16ht WIlIIamsguests of Misses Mabel cud Maltto Porter Sunday Cly derTnylcr and sl4tors linty were tbo gue s td rein vu 11 ne vet Sundasrsand Hurl I n Leach vveiotlrlri PJJ ot of Mr MartlnPorter I1 ty rl orIternlglt Ilia t- Mr LuCyILU1clt vlsitte1Jae i sls- erinIats 1lrs IitT rortor =195 tiny 0 0 31r reset Ila Lowe laHvLtFriends riutr Outlet1t1 st week Mliresl ley Tttylort Datum I4tgi- nntl Meanns JIm LcvChr4unnVitftrl lfsHairyMr EeUi Davis was the guy t of llr J H Davis Tuesday qfMrResolution of Respect Cernlvo Ky Nov 7 100- 8ConzlvoChapter NO J0 O E So Whereas Itbas pleased the Suprirr o Ruler of the Universe to call firm our Chayvtor m Nov 1st our dearly bloved sister ufeDslsy Smith thefore be It 1 Re1vtAi Thnt xohUe wede t 11 I Ibr r K t Jnu deplore tie death of our sister rand r QUrseleelhumb11 eth all things weU Tkerefarc be nesolved That ttemppten bas Itja true friend and sister the a true ohristian the husband a voted wife parents an affcetionate daughter That we tender our sincere sympa ttiy to the bereaved buaband am par cuts and bid them bcpe and oanaola than In the heavenly assurance that they shall meet bee again where there is no eonrow or no death b1t eteN1l1 tappID and love Therefore bolt Resolved That a page be set apart In our record b2ok to the mUDOTY of our departed slaterthat a oopy of these resolutitms be sent to the bus Land and Parents and Utat they he- publisbed In the Muhlenberg and Ohio oactnty papers OMA K MADDOX C O HUNT R- MRSO WOVERI1U113Cammit Notice Notice Is hereby given that the Undersigned wll on Monday January 4th 1909 apply to We Hon W B Tay- lOr Judge ot the Ohio County Coutt for and move said Court W make an order appointing threw commissioners for the purpose of reapportioning of Justices districts to Ohio county agreeableto Kentucky Statutes sec tion 1082 This November 12th 1908 R D MRTIN C P KEOWN- T JONES T Notice Republicans All of the Republican candidates for the various county offices and for Maglstrate and Cunstable are notified to meet the under sIgned Subcommlt I tee at the Court house In Hartford I Ky Friday Nor 20th at 10 oclock i e m at which time the candidates will draw for position on the ballot I for the coming primary election and the election officers Inspeotors and I challengers to serve for said election I will be selected The candidates are I requested to agree upon allstot election officers inspectors and challengers I for each precinct It possible and I submit the same to the subcommittee with their endorsement It Is thought that the estimate for expenses In con ducting the primary election Is too small and therefore each magIsterIal district will bo assessed 500 to be apportioned among the candidates for that office from each district- Respectfully 31 S RAGLAND M L HEAVRIN C 3IIiARNETT InMemory David C Black was born March 23 1837 and died November 6lh J908 He lived iii this world 71 years 7 months I Hud 14 days He was married to Mary E Rule January 26UI 1868 To this union wore born five sons and four daughters Only tour of these are living The mother ot his chllllren died November 26th 1892 He was marred Bertlnla Raley May 30th 1898 She tiled Mrtrcn 1900 Bro Black professed religion about 25 years as and Joined the Methodist church at Bethel After being It member of fetus church for l number or years he moved his mem belslll to Huinlhn Clstpel where lie lived u devoted member until death Time voice of nil who knew him was a good man gono Bro David Black WitS l good so ber honest upright citizen an hum be clJrlstlnna kind husband loving father and good neighbor Ono who red known him long said to the wrlt doIaustPeace to his memory Mny grace susI tamn and guide his svrvhig children Ull bring the family roylether In heaven The writer conducted tile funeral services at Ilaman Chapel using as- a text tle words Let mo die the deathI or thq righteous and let my last end h1Jlk Jlif Nl1m2310I- I n D BENNI717f Cured Rheumatism Ncnry everybody Is susgcpttbe to 4 twInge of rheurpatilytn sciatica tooth uQlte headache or neuralgia nod ItB n1yerJllfe tp ewllJnut a gook reins fog lip emergency Qlt this kInd I No matter what Mud of 1x0111 you IIao the benofichtt effort ot Sloans- irlntmeut Is immediate You lay lion ightlYuo rubbing whatever and a- ncaaatnt wnnntil Is felt at Otlcc The Liniment onotpratea right to time hoop and quickly stops the pain AntlronytRoars I wits II great sufferer frgm rheumatism 1My hips would sweehl to enormous proportions and my knee jolnst would twin mo In the most excruciating awful manner imaginable I used often to have to fall from bed Into a chair and thence to the floor when I wanted to get from toy bad I used only some six or eight botllea of pour helebroted Liniment and was cured I chreeidullyrcom mend its use to all rheumatic suffer era Refer to rno 1J you SO desire answprecty ilctK il J I t I- 1Zt 1 rlf1 i I Lr I r L llil 6 6999 r99999999NN99911Q9 I BEING PELTEDWITHDOLR BILLS t And making no effort to catch them Would jeaboutas wise a proceeding as buying your winter t goods seeing ourI4 and learning our prices and it would be about as profItable Money saved is wortb as much as t money earned and we save youJmoney on aU our goods That we can do this the values we men tion here will Compare c them withothers and remember we will satisfy you as to the quality of the goods before we sell U Here are Some of the Values Vilere Showmgf Childrens Overcoats 125 to 5 Youths Overcoats 2 toSlO Mens Beaver Overcoats Sto 10 Mens fine fancy Overcoats 10 teat 15 Mens Rain Coats 10 to 18 Mens fine Tailor=made suits 5 to 20 Childrens Coaks1 to S5 Misses Cloaks 2 toSIO Ladies LadiesTai1orolmade I 15c 12c and everything else as to as can be bought elsewhere Give us a chanceYCARSON CO Hartford K- yccscw Lyous Special U Cash Prices 2 can best Red Salmon 35c 2 small sizee Salamon 20c 2 white Salmon 20c 2 lib Bull head Oysters 2Qc 2 lib cantt u 20c 2 cans Ight weighttt 15Q 2 chipped Beef 26c 3 chicken and veal 25c 3 vienna SausagetH25c3 boxes Mustard sardines 25c 6 OU 25c 3 doz sweet pickles 25c 3II sour II h 2 5c I qt Heinz mustard 25c 8 bars swifts pride soap 250 7 lenoxScapi 25c 6 ivoryr 25cM 6tt grandpas soap 25cn 6 fels nap ap 25c 6Jtt PorI i 25c- 61r asoap 25c 6 white magic soap 25c I boxcrQwnprittcess soap 25c 9 bars palm soap f1f2Sc9 it verb ena1n 25c 9t w tG hhazeI soap h25c9tt transparent glycerine 25cm TheI Cash must accompany eachorder for goos quoted otherwise orders W1l1bafilled at regular prices i Young Men Young WQmen 1 r We want tp tell you of the exce1TnVwolkxth6 bright arp withusforBy QUi NeW 1VTethgaa Noy and Inrdiwijit l In- struotion theyYgraduate jTJ Bookkeepingi6 ksTheya- reholdin paymg lD the cit Wq- 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