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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wt t t L 0 i j 1j4 t ir Jtartf0dli I 1tP11bItcttu t H J Fine Job Work i DEVOTED TO TilE INTEREStS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year i vot XXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY IY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 201908 NoS OHIO CIRCUIT CDDRT t GRtNDSOUtJUSTICEt t Renter Fail T rmNbw In Ses = f MJ WO k Dopetr Inie Ohio Circuit Qoiirt Convened in I1 court hall Monday Judge T F BlrkI bead presiding Tina rolling named gentlemen were empaneled as Brand jurors wtoo- AVnasnes ages religion and party attn laUions BoiUjTv Arch Lam age 35 reUclOD none Rpublloan7bbs Wt- lepiyage 20 religion nonet Republican JT Hoover age 44t r lglori Bi- jtlst Democrat James Gantry age 64 reldgton none DemocmtjThCAiWll Sadie age 76 Biptlat Democrat J M3 Chlnn age 56 Baptist Democrat Joim Bowls age 48 religion none Democrat W H Taylor ago72Md11t iodtet Denwcnat J M Wade age 49 religion none Democrat Joe C Ben hett age 1f 1 religion none pemixsrat Foreman Will Iglebeitage 43Dap tist Democrat Sheriff James T Moore ago 63 Christian Democrat Clerk Jn the absence of Commonwealths Attorney B D Ring County Attor ney E M Woodward gave the princi pal charge to the grand Jury In an appropriate and well timed address He especially emphasized bribery and corrupt use of money and whisky Ir elections referring specifically to the comlrig Republican primary He told the jury that be had been requested by the committee of his party to ask them to make thorough Investigations of at charges of corruption in connection with the Same Judge Birkheadi also gave a generalltRlkW tfie Jury aJong the lines of the of the public servants etc Hbe following named gentlemen were empaueled petit junnr T L LbjdJlBUJVadeWS P JMoojrf Mil ton Parks Wl CSmlUi Claud Hud son W F Stevens Wayne Pirtle L M Smith Finis T Jackson B W GloJr Allen Gentry RobortQuis enberry J P Harrison Felix Willis Late Knott G M Burdett Jesse C Hill D C Brown Anther Chick Will T Greer Sol RhlUlps Elijah Bender and W W Balsa All the Gorath oases set for the first diy wane continued for service of protest except Comth vs Minnie Jarvis dismissed on nrotion ofComtb and County Attorneys Oomth vs Flora Burden law and facts to ctnirt and fine to be assessed Comtb vft James Bennett dismiss ed on motion of Comiht Commth vs W P Midkiff and others obirgcd with gaming verdict of Jury not guilty Oomtih TCI Buck Allen and InnHall passed to today Oomth vs Mary Morton dismiss ed on motion of Comtb Comth VB M 11 E R R Co two cases passed i The only three Comthi cases Ton 2nd days docket disposed of as follows Comth vs Okas Brown 2 cases and Claude Chapman contin tied to 2nd day of next Marchrterm Visiting attorneys Senator N T coward Morgantowu Judge T J Sparks Greenville S P Roby Fords vjllej Judges 311 P3rter and D B Rtosds Bi over Aim Jchn T Rene Ceritertowu and b A Royal Roslno Ordinary cases jury trials Wednes day 3rd day Fordsvlllc Planing Mill Co Vf IC R R Co Elijah S Fulkcnm vs McHenry Coal G- oJJoKlth vs Frank Allen R B Tlwrnpacm vs I C R R Co Trout KataTS Evansvllle Bowling Green Packet Co TrC ScUrcadfr vs AyerVLord Tie Co y f Henry Mihton vs Same Thursday 4ttil ctay Oaander AlIen et ol vs L C R H Co Eva Taylor vs I C R R Co Proctor Herdmam ve E SMrMtt- ban c L W Condor ire Mike Crahan Frlyrit1 day EdOaviBon vs Jno A St Clair 4 1ljahFUlket1iOnv McHenry Coa cmpaIw yirdiot 6t jury r5Wjtbr the l ptetetlft Fer4a r1I1ePiittrg MIIl 0ompanyvs qtL O fe Iti verdict ot Jury 13500 for pldMt4t l1I t i ltlV T icon f CRdlsm- ires wjr raieaCfor pWs4if1 cost t1r t r1eaalpelit pelllljw- YtK WWt 4I Rey Creme train IueI I rW Jf fC Li l r 1 r unable to emply counsel the court appbnlted Rarnee A Anderson and Bar nott Smith to defend Troutand Kahn vs Evansville and Bowling Green Packet Company agreed Judgirietvt for 1800 and cost for plaintiff Te Scuroaicr vs JyeraudUJrd Tie Cpuipany dlamissedsettled Henry Minton vs sahie same order Proctor and Herndraen vs E S McQ llan et at continued to next term with judgment for defendant for I defendants cost- Commonwealth va Murry Crowe set for toduy and defendant being unable to employ counsel the Court appointed I attorneys J B Wilson C 3L Crowe and R E L Simmerjnari to defend I The grand jury had not made tiny r pcrt up to the time we went to press but it Is understood it will return a lap go number of indlotments this morn- Ing Squirrels Fight for Nuts Bound Brook N J Nov 16 ThU Is going to boa long underyI cold winter prophesied Abraham Pennymnn a noun Brook N4 JI farmer The Bqulrrejs know it and ahoy are laying in an extra store of chestnuts AboUt twenty squirrels attacked a farni band when lie was up a tree picking chestnuts and bit tam i BO badly he needed a doctor Squirrels attacked a neighbors boy Ho killed two of them with a club but the savagelyI Squirrels never attack ony one unless too nut crop Iii small like tills one and theres a hard winter ahead I AN BON I MFARMER I I ITo Ube Republicans ot Ohio cou1lJtyr IHaving Bometlmo agb pU a card my clams before the peo po for ToBominatlbn to the position of County Judge I had expected to al low the matter to root to fur as any newspaperpublication was concerned However I hive been reliably dnfonm I cd that one of my opponents bus ibeeJi saying to pereons in Ms canvass tout I am incompetent being only au hon duI I I sonally to counteract tliese mlsrepre senitatlons and ponce I am compelled I to resort to the press I plead guilty aarrnerlandi ono as It has been my supremo effort In life to merit tile approbation of my I r limon as to honesty While I may not be as competentttodetennlneI intricate Jaw points as my two opponents who are both lawyers yet very few of my decisions have been ovet ruled or even appealed to a higher court Besides it is a well known fact that tile legal business coming before a County Judge has steadily de I creased from year to year because of the fact that more terms of tiie i Circuit Court are held than formorlY and because Jurisdiction of MagiMruto sand Polio Courts bus been enlarged i by recent acts of Use legislature I Tie truth is thAt the County Court has been reduced almost entirely to pustJjig uixn toad cases probating of wills Ii lid tfetUoinents of administrators QUItortlI I While the importance of the Ooucty Judgostdp lure boon lessened ire home extent by the falling oft in legit bus iness It has increys d with rte gNw I lag wealth and population of the count lu Its fiscal ivffaiis and it IB in this flicto that tbo County Judge cxor l clses too giyttcr influento for goshd W1Icounty and I Seal thtt I am far more i competent now after three years of i expedience than any new man d posibly bo In tills place no what Ids legal abilities way bemutterI entered office wjubout any exl1 If the farmers of Ohio county who rtcrlyItax payers lit the decal affairs at the 9ttannerJhcuIforttray in my power to H erH It BhoQld i beseaataate4 18- l 1b i- l OLIe eegidryst JtIIUry lit- r tyw BLOODY TRAGEDY AT STATE CAPITAL Mother Slays Her Children and i Cuts Her Own Throat With Razor Franfortk Ky Nov 15Lying In great pools of blood with their throat I cut from ear to ear Mrs Agnes Undo and titer two children aged five and three years respectively were found lu their home here this afternoon by nedghibora who were attracted by the pWful cries ot the children- A razor while whlcli the crimes were committed was found in the c nche l hand of the mother I John Linder bite husband find fcultioi Is a ghits blower in the employ of I the Frankfurt Modes Glass Works Ho was not at home ut tio time of the tnigedy but was soon located by tte uollceund seemed greatly overcome I at the tows from his borne his wife he said shortly after dinnerI uudIother than that she may have been I temporary insane I Dr R if Cobllnwbo was summon ed immediately by the neighbor found loot life was extinct in Via three bodies and that the windpipes of mother and children had been severed by t3w keen mzors edge I Neighbors and friends declare that they know of no domestic trouble In tie Linder family and the cause of her tragedy remains a mystery The Lindners chino to Frankfort several montiS ago from Brooklyn N Y I Two Spud SellersOne From Ohio County Deputy United States Marshal Amen returned lust night from Leitctifleld wlti i7o federal prlwiners bofli white mud bom charged witU retailing whis key without a licoiwe Tile men are E A Dockery of Roslne and Frank iSmallwood of Lwltchfleld Both mien were given an examining trial before I11Whigltplaced In jail hero being unable to give the required bend pf 200Ow ensbjru Inquirer Fourteen Horses Slot From Under Him WorceSter Mass flaw 1C General Samuel E Chamberlain of Barre died of paralysis tt St Vincents hoe pital after an Illness of six months He was eighty years of age He had been in the hospital three weeks General Chamberlain wont to 1111 noise when ho was fifteen Years old When seventeen ho enlisted in the Mexican war After tine war he started for California and upon reaching Chihuahua inducements were offered him by the government to outer tdo Rangers wuich he did Just Men be gan a campaign against the Apache Indians Out of the forty survivors General Chodiiborlaln WHS the lust to die When Lincoln culled for troops Chambehiln wont to till front as u captain lu 18C1 He steadKy 1lYa through gallant and morlluous service mid was finally bruvetted brigadier general for coveting the retreat of Greggu division of cavalry at the bat to of St fII church Vu General CfcambUlalu laid fpurteeu horses shot from under him and wits UlnesIFound Tripple Hoodoo DoiUty Ooroner J E Murks blames u trtplo hoodoo for too fiat toot it todk tam nil mtgt to return Vj Ed wurdsviJo from WiHbunsun Ho wont to Williamson Tllu1fJday to hold ant In quest on tte body of Jo epli Saninak kHttl in u mine Afcor roturnlug a yoidrtct of occiflent ho Bturted for homo Upon pay ng Ms tare tie found rant he Lad but 13 centa leflj When ho got its far its haunt n Ute OVer gave out on the lnrterurbin system und It was not unfit dtiyillgbt PrJduy that l1e reached homo Ho biainea the triple comblnortdon of 13 cent and Frlduy the 13th for his unpleasant experl encerCllpped Amdncvthe Lodges At a recent meetlpg Of the Grand Chapter Eastern Star the local chap ter was ghren No 86 Thie chapter la doing Home good Vork cud ii tash oeiQlagaex memberi t every meeting A atltilli1 Uoa eNhecotQ bykirrr 4 a atf beeaofteqeut sM will be ready for d4strlIratioa- t A jas among the members at the next meeting of the Chapter 1 Hartford Lodge No 675 P A M hold a regular session last Monday evening and examined one candidate for second degree which will be con ferred to night Owing to the fact that St Johns day falls on Sunday this year under the Masonic uw tin I election of officers will take place 01 11 Saturday Dec 2Gthat 1 oclock p1 1m Every member should remember this and be on hand to help select the officers for the coming year Rough River Lodge No 110 K of P had one of the best session Tuesday evening which bus been held by this lodge for many days The Second Rank was conferred in a splendid manner to the supreme enjoyment of a large assemblage of Knights The Chancel ors work was put on by S Tlnsley while the part IerfolmedII by the Prelate way given did form by Knight J T Moore On next Tuesday evening the Third Rank will be conferred und a luncheon will be served to the members and visitors by the following committee Knights E W Ford R D Walker and B LI Taylor At tills meeting the nomina tion of officers for tile coming term will also be madeIIProf A On last Sunday afternoon ot the residence of Hie brides mother Mrs John Mugun at Buford Prof Everett Ellis led Miss Josle Magan to the bri dal altar whereIn the presence ol tile family and only a few immediate friends Rev O M Shultz pronounced them mnn and wife These young poo pe are both quite popular and prominent Prof Ellis having for the past several years been connected with tie schools of the county and at present is one of the faculty of Haw ford Col lege The bride Is a social favorite with everybody Pine marrlnge was somewhat of a surprise to their many friJrclis They W411 OCulthresldO- Jlce recently vacated by Mr Wallace Riley near the planing mill Thieves Get 18653 50 South Bend Ind November 15 The biggest robbery in tho history of South Bendand one of the biggest post office hauls ever made In this pant of too country was pulled oft last night tie Pst Office being robbed of 18 65330 The post office hispeoors and polite are witoout a clew on wblch to conduct tU sir investigation Tin I under was till in stumps Found Guilty of Desertion Frankfort Ky Nov 1GTno finding of the courtmartial in tbo case of Private G C Epps of Ben county was made known this morning He was ctuirged wlht desertion and Ills punish ment was fixed at toll lays in Jail und a fine for all the pay that sus duo him for active service up to 0e time lie failed to report back for duty Goy Wlllfion remitted tae Jail part of tile sentence because Elgas Is te sole suppOrt of Ills nlotlier mud sister Tito courtinnrtial has idjouriieil until No vember 23 und luwijuJjno t iolr finding in iie bb er cases wll be made known wham trite Goverhvr nrnivtvea or UlKip proveei them Womans Curiosity Womans curiosity raid Mrs Fielder is a ciunlKy of mind beyond human uudoiwUnutlng- YosI mid Mrs Fletcher What made you think of that l The fool actions of a woinun that I saw down town today Sho follnwn It mat ln squires Just to gee to read l a i xcunl Hat was fkuMcwd to ifs Inwk Silo spotted Itiui at Twenty fourttt rtieet Tibat was rcnlly Ve end of her tripi made Utwl out front- someing She mid to another woman woo was too fut to join in tfto oiatw but when she caught sight of Unit flaming red poster tied to the mans back let curry got the lHUer of I her and slio shot out after him He I lei her qulvi a chase across town and sheIajong close eqough to Tend that notice Mrs Fletcher reflected a moment What did it eayrBhe asked It advertised her to get her tooth pulle4 Bomowhere on Tenth street Where were you ail the time she via trying io ftad tfeabret rMlat said Fletokeri Oto I 1uSollowingthewcaaeiv rwaste to tIf she flaaSy augitt1u wish fte I maut t i 1908 TOBACCO SOLD AT A GOOD PRICE Finance Committee Trades With Imperial Tobacco Com pany The Finance Committee of the Amer can Society of Equity for Ohio coun ty met at Hartford November 14th 1908 with live members present Tlie bYIchalnnan cropIof tobacco at too pricey offered by the Imperial Tobacco Company the committee and buyer to agree on the rent ples The committee asked tae chum- ty President to cull a meeting of the tobacco growers OllmnIIt is understood that the prices agreed upon are 900 and 300 This ia regarded as a splendid sale und is en t growI be paid upon delivery and the tobacco to be received at the nearest factory controlled by tile A S of E people and delivered from tlo wagons Found 100 in an Old Vest Pahucah Ky Nov HAfter a negro had returned an old vest to I Chris Berger as too poor even for him to wear Mr Berger found a crisp I 100 bill In the pocket where he had left It when lie discarded the garment last summer Mr Berger wore the vest to the bUlk late one afternoon and deposited some checks forgetting to place tine bill among them lie wore tne vest constantly to work in and when the weather became cold he hung it away and never looked at it again until a negro beggar ulked for some clothes The negro took Ute vent away and tnen curried it back I declaring Itwiw afro worn tobe ser I viceable While taking the vest back Mr Berger noticed the bill FOR THE BUSY READER t William L Calhoun a former Mayor of Atlanta died Sunday Dr J A Averdlck of Covlngton Inn announced that ho will be u candidate I for Prison Commissioner before the Democratic caucus of the next JJecte laturo Attorneys for tho alleged night rid ers of the Rcelfeot Line rekglon are secureUnion City Tenn Convicts In a coal mine near Bir mtngluim set the mine on fire In the i hope of milking their escape and nlnn I of them were suffocated The fire di no serious dumuge II Former Gov Robert Burns SmltJi Monnuiu died yesewliiy ut Kallspell of ureinic poisoning Mr Smith wns a native of Hickniau county Ky Ho located in Mtontnim In ISSi I Six men were instantly killed an bother was badly hurt and three more Isud narrow cwapofl from death in III mine cage accident at ElswortU Mine I No 1 in Washington county Pa I r Eliuu Root formally announced JCon day rtiit lie would nccopt too set I atorshlp from New York if elected hand it is known that toe Adiwiiirstra lion tea leleriiiliiud to force CJB oluc- tfcn ILotters arc being sent out by the Navy Department to about 1000 em ployoa of envy yards throughout U lted States notifying them of till toI crease in salaries ranging from 4 10 per cent I President Roosovetune approved tIle i resume of the proceedings of the Now port conference of the question of bat thegenlI issued to the navy As tt result of urgent representation made by the Powers the Servian GO- vernment has withdrawn Its special mil- Itary guards on the AustroHungary frontier and discharged the reserves recently called to the colors SSAt the annual meeting of the stock holdersoftite Baltt lore and Ohio Rat I roidOemptinyhelb reenUythe out 4yaNt d going board of directors was reelect ed with the exception of Charles Steele who resigned L F Loree was choser in his plaice The joint annual convention of the National Municipal League and the American Civic Assoclatlonbeld under the auspices of the Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce opened in that city Mon day will continue in session until Thursday evening 55 The physicians who are attending Francis J Heney in San Francisco say that ho la improving rapidly and will be able to resume his duties in a few weeks Judge Ltiwlor yesterday over ruled the motion of Abraham Ruefs lawyers for a change of venue Felix Ewing general manager of the Dark Tobacco Planters Protective As sociation in a reply to the 500 Lyon county farmers who protested against tile present method of selling tobacco said it was not practical to permit each IndependentlyI in the Laniphere trial at DaporteInd Monday when tHree letters from Mrs Bella Guinness to A K Helgeleln a brother of Andrew Helgeleln one of her victims were read In the letter the woman spoke of Lamphero as halfcrazed Judge Walter Evans in his charge tc the Federal grand Jury at Paducah goernlngIse cases growing out of testimony lathe night rider damage suit tried at the last term will be called to the jurys attention The Supreme Court of tile United States Monday decided adversely ou the habeas corpus petition of Albert T Patrick the New York lawyer who Is serving a life sentence in the State prison at Sing Sing N Y on too charge of having murdered the mllllion alto William M Rlc 5 According to a sweeping decision by the Commissioner of Patents any label bearing the inscription guaranteed under the pure food and drug acts June 30 1906 where such Inscription is in tended to imply that the Government Is responsible for the purity of the goods will be refused registration 71Isays e that over took place in tills section was last week when Uncle John Hat field aged 86 years led to the bridal alter Mrs Maggie Grayson who la post seventy Doth of the paroles live In this section and are quite popular Whiskey in Tablets Spokane Wash Nov 1C Whisky In tablets and In the form of slick candy to be dissolved in water or chewed made its appearance ut North Yakima WashWest ot Spokane n few days ngo rule Innovation was introduced by representatives of a stayITho prohibition people are wrought up over the invasion and will take tho matter up with the county uu thorltles witli tho view to banishing the deceptive jig tableau In the dia trlct Inspection of Company II The Adjutant General of Kentucky laud his Assistant Lave boguntlerogu tar nnutinl iiibpectioii of the State Guard fTJio ditto fixed for robo lutpec Hon of Co 11 is December 4tli lops As moit of Company H Is now on duty hi Wostorn Kentucky nud tOJ been for nearly ex nn ni w It is nut known wBotter the iiiKporttoii will be held whore they tore livc ted or at Hurt ford ExplodesI Slus sor widow of Fred Sleeker motet fire in a wood cooking etove to get break hoIasidesiserlously tookIcause of the explosion is a mystery To Whom it may Concern Hartford Ky Nov 14 1908 Editor Republican Please say for me that the report that I caused the Revenue agent to advertise any land sales In Ohio county or that I have any connection therewith IB absolute ly false Respectfully ERNEST iWO nVARD IJtz t 4 At r 1 n b 2 I J l WOULD BE PRESIDENT IF idt fiidild Die Before January tte FlrstA Mooted vQuestton I 1Irr Hampden Dougherty nnnuUiu tlCr on the electoral system of thet Z7ltod States Las sent The Times the tathSoinod letter expressing tho law erat Congress and tile Constitution in etaae Mr Tuft should die after the tasociliig of tho Electcrriul Colleges next January and boforo March 4 tho lIaI tJonwouM Have no means of provid leg his suooercor Slew York November 7 1908 To tlie Editor ot the New York Tiuios In the admirable editorial The Elec tonal Colleges which appeared In 3i e tfirday8 teeue of The Times there Lt a think one error It IB WILt If Tube Presidentelect should die be t een the second Monday of January Jthe slate of assembling of the sev Bmi Electoral Colleges and the second Wedneaor of February the House ofI prcscaUitlvcs would have the bur den of electing tbe President This I think Is not so The constitution permits the House to elect in only one coatinsency that is when no Candida for the office has a majority of the rotes of too Electors duly unpointed Qt Is then to make choice from the three candidnjes wits have the largest onanber of Electoral votes In their I farror Where arc really three cases to be tcotmktercd 1 The dwitu of the iPresidentelect us we popularly call him between the date of toe Noembe election and the meting of thu Eec toral Colleges on the second Monday of January Tlc Elociorit1 College wnujl lie absolutely free to make such selection as they pleased 2 the deat mf the Presidentelect utter the vote In the Electoral CoJtiges and before the ifecond WoontlIY of Febumry when UK two Louses moot In joint convention to count the Electoral votes 3 the death of the Prealdemelect between the second Wednalay of February and tajresural day Cssc9 2 and 3 may be treated logetier as they have usually burn In discussion of the question TJt EJcctnuil College could not be recon wenod in eltntr atsc Neither the act fOr Congress nor the constitution make any jinovtsion for this doing tw According to twine opinions the Vie Trt ldfcntolect would tetomc Presldan Tie wond be swonj into his own offic on tle Cth of SMrxgiand lllunedatll thcruittcr be sworn in as President OUiMu few In mother hove declared that tio Inure of Repre entHtlvef- vtmld petit in Cares 2 cud 3 and Staidly iirerR und I agree wUi tnoin Bold tiut there is n oKUa omissui In ttas constitution WI 11 bi cur idcnlyby R couftitutioml UiiijiiUnwiti Tltt sullied was examined i low yoitr ago by ttio Committee on Privileg and Elections of the Ituun of Kepro h I 4vus Ssnfttor hoar at sib time hail tijphihJn that the HfUfie of npr son ra11voa might uleat tr Cs 2 tvtd 2 flint milHcKiuontly ijotoiniiig cotivfciC Yfd that tils opinion wtk erroneous be sarged sin mneiKlinent to tle con stitution for the pmIbseprovld Itiff lor iSo election of a Pre 141f tlt If the Prusldoutolect should die sifter ihfiaioU in the Elctoiorial Coleges ant S rfor Inauguration la DtcomberlSO Seuatur Frye of Maine luimduied U- iuunen4the Scftttte a retolu ton fur mi anent to tuo cunmituiion pwvidlnt ttsat In all cares amt provldod far bj Airticta 2 Cu o fi of V o1IJItItU doTh where there IH no jwrwui e itt ifed to tllJIClIrso tHo HUe of tif d Qe of the Prtttklent tJl1l tutu a wil HwJv in on the Vfce IojsiWunu Tile wnaiKlmen was paxeed by te Sun ey iiut was fowl red In the Juili BfcMy Cornmtctee of in Moore of Jtcr rtl rjtiidvef Fetatr Fye ilinxlur let wJljfflairlally ti1 o Rte ruse utfcMi ia tAa Senate la IJocrulir 1901 It eat tie emnli Will tent IKI tile all of It4rMeutailTW nod here ntsfred to a cgmmitT but neve zjtiirai d heard of T fr itowk of Use lJdneoftflt it tNt iaterral 1rJVai re idt in roost to Ji l ron tattitdw rmd white I run of IlIIiDtontittt that 4s n i lWi cavu- iMian itr Brie cvwt aUwii w4tla nOtHto be V1na ly att hiVul Mt I ua OEKvvimwMivt tIf Housu lkPd = i1i otucc I e 01 4i X tip PJdLt tl t- iulu e 1t qrq to de o ial of tot lTeitont1 a before MaxoJt 4 ASuroonouRh Knocker ioodwln of HeidBvllIu X C isy Hucklong Arnnra Stive la a jjareunoiigli knuckor for ulcers A- tC di MJO came on my leg last bummer 3jnttjuit wpnderful talvo knocked I- toqp a Sor rounds Not even IL stir i maliioiL Quaranieed for piles S1Ju nsere 25c at all drug r tA t- I w Thei Iyleical Shoe Box isdtirii onTb newspaper taunte pos r r J11 V 1 7 I i slbly a plainclothes man qf the At mats police set out one day to detect violations ot Decatur Street iio met an old negro who appearance tee eon sidered suspicious Say uncle he wihispeledwith a wink do you know where I can got some whisky I spec maybe I kin sit yet some ef yor gin me do money replied the sus pected one Well here Isa 2 bill said the pulncloUioa man Ill wait In the ails Now hurry back Yessab boss ef yell cshol dia box or shoes fer me and the police nuin had tho box under his arm befor he knew it white the darkey eham bled off down the street turning the first corner FRilnklng be was on a warm troll and would soon Lave an Important prisoner nnd witness with the goods on the sleuth waited In patience An hour went by He was getting Urea Two hours Still no sign of the mossongerCi Veary and discouraged he returned 1 to the police tsatlon Suddenly he re membered the shoes under his arm and decided to have a look The box contained carefully wrapped a full quart bottle of corn whisky Every bodys Magazine SNAKE ROCK GETS BUSY EVERY SPRING A Curious Story of a Rock Tbat Purges Itself of Wriglin Reptiles It IB no rare thing for fruit trees to blossom again and berry vines to bear a second crop but never before in Its history has the Van Riper snake rock near Goshen N Y been report ed as purging itself In the fall Here tofore the annual reports of these purgings have come with the warm days of spring The Van Riper place snaek rock Is on what was once known as the Van Riper place lover the border in New Jersey Abe Van Riper the man who discovered its surprising character placed the manner of that discovery on record somewhat at folows He was going early one morning In spring along the road that passed in sight of the big rock lying In a field a few rods away and he saw a snake coming out of a fissure In the rock It was a milk snake Abe had been to barnralBlngjSomewhere end bad stayed to enjoy the festivities but even then he thought nothing on see ing that milk snake wriggling out When lie saw three more milk snakes he began to rub his eyes and look around a little wild Abe Van Riper looked at the rock again and saw snakes coming out of It 111 over He turned to run ho wiid whoa lie sow U loan rlylngtLl rig the toad Abe hollered to the man to help lilm Snakes were coming out of that lock from oue end of It to th- eotermilc snakes blowing adders b ickMiiahos rattle snakes spotted snakes und striped snakes Abe Van Riper and the other man BO Abo said clubbed 200 of them to death and went tiiielr way How many snakes escaped the clubbing they did not know TIle rock shed as many as It lad Hie spring before and it iuis been doing it every year since The theory is tt at after the seasons compalgn lug tio surviving snakes and tnelr progeny creep back into the rock at night fur their long full and winter seep for no one over seen tiny snakes inAnd now along with tie reportSof fall blossoming fruit trees comes the surprising report tint tie Van Riper tttnlnslitsIYe For Sale We have about 70 acres of good farmu landon the Harts Ford roadone and half miles from Sunnydale direct ly on the M II d E R R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water L 76 acres at Davidson Station on the Owentboro branch cf the I C R It i CO acres fine bottom land will grow 54 or 80 busbele corn to acre 15 acres i of rolling laml very fertile Two flue Springs everlasting water bounded I the South by rough Creek Dwelling story and half eight wants new located South Clay street Hartford Ky Price terms reasonable DARNETT SMITH Agents Price of a Drink Results in Man Being Held for Murder Youngstown Ohio November 14Itt- he verdict of Coroner O M Kline Frank Walz Is hod for the murder of wni Dowds of OH City wbb died from the effects ofablow Thomas Puncheon who was also In the mixup was discharged JPuncheon was having troubo with DOwd9ovorthe price of a driulc when AVolz interfered s t a rtlri y f SHE DEEENDSHEKSElfIN Jr J r Miss Annie Copies SkootsWitk Unerring Aim to Deed Herself mad Mother JThe story ota tragedy typical of wild and adventurous frontier life comes from tile Cripple Creek district and goes to show that the spirit of tit old West stllllveit It Is as pictures quo In Its setting and as bloody in Its finish ns tto liveliest Calamity Jane tbrlJer that ever crept Into the pages of the yellowbacks or hold spellbound the galleries In Eastern playhouses It presents the mountain belle nlon and seemingly defense eeyr bestby a gang of bad men from the mining They are the rough fellows the makeup of the mining camp of romancebIg boots red huge revolvers at belt slllrlBI But the belie Is a type of tl dy and independent Western woman who asks no odds of the world and is Inc fned to give clone when she feels that she is being Imposed upon and when her safety Is endangered Instead of screaming and crying out for mm to come to her assistance when dangerrthreittens she takes up her trusty Winchester wrAcii she knows from trigger to pinion and blazes away nt Ute source ofjlangeri- Mles Annie Coplen lives with her widowed mother uwjty up In the ills In a little mountain hamlet called Gll ett in the famous Cripple Creek min ing district Deprived of the pixrtec Uon of tile mule menber of the fam IlyIler fattier is dead sUe took it upon herself lo pnotect her home How woll site has executed hertrust Is shown by tile fact that a few days ago their cabin was invshkd by a crowd of drunken rowdies wiio heap ed indignities on the gray hairs of the mother rind offered insults to hk young Western woman There were six of the ruffians in cluding a Deputy Sheriff hH the worse for liquor But this did not deter AIlss Coplen in her purpose to clear her lltte home of the iKvaidors The men were all armed as are most of the men of the district and drew heir guns when Miss Coiilen showed resistance This was tie signal lij uctlon Out- Ing into her room se quickly rup peared with tier rifle j One of tUe men gut in tlplirst shot which grazed the glass daeek Without a cry or u sign of foar siio began working the IHltomat1c gun and when she hud ceased thing one of the men lay mortally wounded nt hor feet and the Sheriff hud been shot ttuwugh the abdomen The flat nwm died n few hours Tutor and for atlipo it Was tliougLtPer second victim would sue crumb to her deadly aim The rest of the drunken ruff in us fed in terror verlblble11Ion to men are men In tills country wren they are not insane with liquor and Ute ProcucuJng Attorney refused to act ngalnst her saying he believed rho ohooting WI Justifinble and that if ho did prose cute Miss Coplen vhoro was not n ju ry within miles of the Orent Divide that would not ditoliargo Ier on the first bul JOtDellfr Post T Care of Fruit and Trees Fruit ripens fast when It Is placed in cool dark cellar Wucn fruiW is thoroughy ripo on Ue trees it should not be exposed to MIII light Get te apples into Ue boxes or barrels as soon as p ftlblo utter they are picked A IeiHijylvaulu into w io Itusnlurg orchard kees about twenty five cats during tile Hummer moatus He fills a trough in tiie outer of the orchard wWi now luilk coca mnniug and linyi no further aueuCion to Tie cats HE says tf ero me no wire squirrels rabbits ortktn on tnt fuin If you allow tie gram anti wofttis to grow up Jirouid v e young jnsea this summer Uie tlibit and mic4Wjll girdle thorn next wjukr ti you ttCMitt wttttli out beIcannot ewoot in ia o cI grundIyitr ore dtleia cu y lion two tr lnfe t+ isoiis or nolmow tc Twer 11jUII gtutwIWhenever a largo limb i of any kind is removed fro tile treo never fat lo cover the wound with paint of Vftx pack your finest a1i Cirln pcke- aholdingtill8ut t ttire fourtiUB tl1 bu shel I- For 1yottsear luivoa neat eteii ell uiade cpntainlngtbe name of your film your Own flame and eddrew These on the corner to- v understand that you know your business Drover Journal 1 Ai Autocrat Deposed Samuel Qompere the Jiead of the American Federation of Lubortftart ed out with the Intension of defeat ing the Republican party because tiie partyat Its national convention of 1908 refused to sanction Lila antiRe publican and aritlAiuerlenn program On the pretense that ha controlled 2000000 of votes ho frightened tlie Democrats at the DenTcr convention f Into adopting his policy and then ho wok the stump for the Denver tiui dldate All the wiles of misrepr soa tation nnd coercion wore used io turn the waters of the labor organizations against Tuft and send them to Bryan The result is seen in the voting on November 3 Great Industrial centers like New York Chicago Phlaidelplila St Louis and others rolled up Rejwb Jican majorities Speaker Cannon whom Gompers boasted he would de foot is reelected by an Immense majority although there are large num bens of latx r union men in his dis trict New York Massachusetts Con nectlcut Oiiio Indiana New Jersey anl nearly all the rest of the great indus trial States of the country were cur ried by the Republicans some of them by almost unexampled majorities Inmost of those SUitos Gompers appear ed and made peraomil appeals On the stump and through Ills Washington or gan ot the federation lie boasted ofI Ids power and of his iirtwrtion to use it against the Republican party particularly against certain of its chiefs which he singled out for as sault Gompcrs failed even more con spicuously in 1908 than he did In tie I congressional campaign of 1900 lie made a personal canvas lIgalofltI tile unpopular LlttletioM In gressional campaign two years ago he defeated the Democratic candidate who probably would ave been elect ed If Gompers land taken his advice and kept out of the district and sent iiitt fleld back to Congress by a large majority But Go1n ers Is a typical Bourbon He learns nothing and he r forgets nothing The blunder of two years ago he repeated on a muck big ger scale this year and his defeat is correspondingly abject The members of the labor unions like the rest of I the workers have the merican hab it of doing fhfcir own thinking Ttoey rejected Compere counsel for them to let him do the thinking for them Among the benefits which the leoc don of 190S brings to the country Is lee repudiation and extirpation of this demagogue mranlot and autocratwlio pretended that he could ibraud the members of his organization like cnt tie and lead them to tho ballot box with a halter Globe Democrat Filled With Rocks Oklahoma City Okla Nov 13n stead of being dead nnd burled J A Evans noted bandit has turned up in New Mexico find the coffin over which Evanss relatives mourned lids been taken from the grave timid found to be filled with make Evans was tuposcd to tone been burled on u cold day in MarcU 1906 at tho residence of Ills eon on Ittle Irlver near SarakHwa and by his death escaped the liangmana knot While the mock funeral was going on Evans was speeding to Now Mex ico were be has lived for two years under Ute name of John A VlIson A few days ngo a Seminole farmer who was touring in Now Mexico rune across Evans Sheriff Doteon of Wowoka has bo cured the confession of Evune hired man giving the whole story of Evaud mock death and burial Evans with a band of notorious bandits was cap tured in 1904 and woo upj oped to have died in March 190t3 a month before his trial He will be brought back Wifes Prayer Failed to Save Her Husband CovqteHd Ohio Novembof 1JOn bended lances Mrs David Cohen nod neT four Children pleaded with Judge Cuapnisu t0day to spurs her husban to her and not sentence him to tike pe7 iein sty lftMye goes away well fctan6 she said The Judge bo sever gave Cohn one year for re ceiving stolen property Well do something to prevent your starving sLid the Judge EVER BODYtSMEANt TO MEwENDS LIFE Twelve YearOld IlUoois Gir SukldesLeavesPatbetic Note to Mother Chicago 111 Nov 25 Everylbody is mean to me Vlt1t1Jl1I plaintive left in a note to her m1 tll12 ooiOld Elsie Len hardt turned on the gas in her room af Id Gault count and died the victim of a childish despair Everybody who know her has always given iior jadvlco sold Mrs Ber tha Lenhardt the griefretrlcken mother Sue had come liomu from her work trite intle day nndjearncd of t ra glo death of her cUild from roomers In the same building who broke Into the Lenbardt flat when they noticed the amok of gas lslewasso touchy the mother continued and because they wero al mysmllingher to do this and not to do that she thought they wore al against her I always treated her the beet I knew how I never scolded tie child but while I was at work all day people who would see her In the street would say to her Elsie you naughty girl you ought to stop playing out there and go up nnd wash the dishes Then because I hud to leave at 7 oclock In the morning she would stay out of school without me knowing U The truant officer came a month ago and said Youre the little girl thats staying awny from school and if you dont stop that sort of things we will take you away from your mother That was the way It went She was galltlng nagged by some one all the time The child was found lying partly picture10f armsI left the fol pencil on a paper Dear Mother I killed myself be cause everyone is mean to me I no longor want to live Im sorry I did what I dld You will no longer have OuIthe rest of your life ELSIE LENHARDT P R Thank God I will be with my fa1ltrJ- ITS Annie feud who lives pn the same floor ns Mrs Lenhardt at No 10 Gault Court llelflh could not understand the childs note An act of ikiiidiiCEs she said bald been done for the cltVrionly a little while before she killed herself Slie came into my kitchen at noon time said Mrs Roach I did not ask her why she was not in school but said Elsie sit down and have pome soup i saw she lead been crying and asked her what it was slrui but she wouldnt tell me Look Out For the Baby- In an English home tlo following rules are posted Dont kiss the baby Dont handle the baby unless your hands are very clean Dont bring babys fatty close to you own or to your hair Dont allow baby to touch your faCe or hair Dbnt tnlk breaths whistle blow cough or sneeze into babys fucoWo want lilrn to live Dent use your handkerchief to babys hands face or mouth Think wlint a tough three tills Incuse would be for tire cundldalo for office who was out canvassing for votes First trip on Train at 70 A party of eJgnt mongers frtbn a small tag station in Misslasippi occu pied considerable attention on illQ train from Jackson yesterday ri wero Samuel Cloy his wife duugter- and goninlaw Iud their four ch1 They were bound for a new bomb Hugo Ollut rind left on a night train nftcr remaining several hour In fl o union station at Calcoun ttrew fTiio old roan is 7Q years old and bits boon a smnM farmer all his life It was tbo first trip ho over made OnamlV road tmln mid biJ wife was equally ignorant of modern motftods of travel lug ne wore tle four grandoMMren nMhouelit the daughter and eonin law tod done more ijraveling and act cd8 guides nnd mentors to tae old people PuEsengcre on tlio trail who found out lilio circumstances of tho trip wore greatly amused at the exprea alonsCof surpriee UUU part of CBS bid people rtnd tried to eieeetr to ride over tite pity nttie f cars buttiie old man asserted that he 1didat4ko s ila 8pld 8tyjeofvel ing and ife lie ever arrived iwfeiiFv Okiihomy lie would settle Iiowatd- a t quiet life oncemores 1L ftin I If Its Neuralgia 1 and those sharp shooting agonizing pains drive you i almost crazy take Dr Miles nti ain Pills and get relief They drive out the pain by theirJsoothing effect upon the nerves when taken as di I rected they are harmless I and leave no bad afteref fects Thats the reason they are so popular with all who use them Your druggist can tell you what others in your locality think of them- I do positively think that Dr Miles the but medicine ever put upon the market I Sad them so restful and loothlnr and wIthout any bad attareffects haw uttered wIth neuralgia BO that my system would Just ache and quiver and I cannot take opiates J iI 1 take these tablets and alwaysr relieve me No one that suffers with neuralgia need fear to take them aa I know they will not form a habit for if there was opiate In them could not take them Just one In the morn- Ing when I feel baa and I can do ay dayMilsBURKETT Bacon da Dr Mlles AntiPain Pill reeold by your druggist who will guarantee that 1tails25 dotes 25 cents Never sold in bulkiMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind THE VERY BEST Have any of our readers seen are- cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enqqirer If not it will pay b send for a copy if for no other purpose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all t that tend to make life prosperous- and home the happiest place on i earth I The editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus f obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs ofa family and a material aid to father h mother and children in reaching 1 that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and hgw to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of house I holdaffairs practical economy government of children and otherlduties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and l hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and frX Ivolities of and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan 1Lifor a useful future in life Jnsectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tern 1 poral rewards gained by righteoustliving as preferable to a life that brings nought but miserv1t the home Ito Other departments and features above the ordinary the unarii mous verdict of its readers being familyWeekly Jf Sample copies may be had byx writing to theENQUiRER COMPANY r Cincinnati O l 7l ioJ M CIAISC1Y001 OfTIIE S0 Tf t 1 IlriOF TNECoNMERCMu ARAxQNas XCivorXd flEORiPh1A EAUn UI U106UES t t LLSSOIIS IN BOOKiEEtlRfi HY Ma G tR i1 4 iES 3 dS fOIM3 OUR EE YiftuT noWADDR BOWLiNG GREEH BUSINESS UNIVERS1tY pt tLN GRBEH f r fI to r I Jri- L to x y I = f 1 1 J u D I t n fw Ka1 i 11YIi 1i BEAUtHAMPS J I LIIIEIVSIO11t I i i p Negroes See Strange Things t lErhttkfort it Jer Man ras flangedUn caniiy Lfgui Seen By l Superstitions Did cu ever i erof what the ne t gross Gogh LlleiinchatnPar Light It ISvnuuC1m ta0 JUt US Of leo le declare they Ltlio ttCii tt1J 1git Llld know It ib 11 real thing Evcry In FrunKro1 bps lEard ot the ntauIchamp 9hirpNUagedy that over eightyears ltgQ on Madsoa street Just across tram tile State i House neJuclHlllip t 1iIjbed Sharp one night about nluo ocQck at fue islde door ot Sl1l4rpes tesldcnco ouI Madlsou street nnd galloped ew ay on a swift hOls Sktarnes Lolly 11518 llUt found till ney t irorning und Beau 1 I champ would rater Lave Le1JJ sys- pectkd ofthemtlri i but for the Cact that nextJifI lng lIlout iJtlyllgnt he meta man In a wagon ubotr twLilt mites or UIOIO from rrtnforkr TheI man asked LCm wlut tae newa wy sand Ileuucrll1np told nlm titatVe cud 1 beard that IlL laer mkuned SIlrle lied been kt7ed in Frnnfk01t last night The man carne oil to FmnkI I fort and earncd Sharpen Ledyu was t not dtscovered and uo one nd heard of the murder till nbuut urn time the I stmnger hud told ot the mutder twenI ty miles from the steno hit oho act This showed very phaiply twit Ue narrc1I1COU1 Frankfort afterwards confQsEcd and was hung on the Mil between where I the Feeble Minded Institute now stands and the east sIdc ot the ceme terySoon after that JL negro slave said he was PUfEltJl along dose to toe spot where DCauchaml was hung and he WoW8 light or big tQund ball of tire rise up flit around n few scc onds and then slowly move over into theceJ1etery where Stlurpe wus buried It seared him nearly Lb death and In telling about It be always re i feared tot its DeauchUluplI gigue i Year tifter thkt taut a i negro InFrankfort coos be induce1 to gq up the Arsenal roadafter dark but every few years WUu ono Cite Is reported to nave seeu 110 mime light to dO the same thing that the ne grodescrlbed Only afew mouths ago some pC tetcacl1ers IIt tile Fee blo Minded lntsitute Eaw this Ugl1t They were sitting at h l Window sue nIght looking over towards the cem eterY and all at onCe a bright tight seemed too rise OUt of the groun lund move slgwly over the hedge Intot W- ecemoery and on towards Sharpes grave One of the teachers who Lad heard the older people talk about Deaucbamps LIght jumped upfrola the window and excalmc Good etheres Deauchamps Light leta go to bed They did go to bed In Ii liurryl but they did not sleep Ica they talked s about ghosts and wo mysterious light all nlgtJt Ak tame otthe older heo- peaboutFuanktor and they will toll you some strange things abOut BcSiu champs Light Deafness Cannot bo Cured by local applications us they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear tR There is only one way to cure deafness and that IShY constitutional remedies Deafness is caused b11n inflamed condition ot tae mucous lintug of the EustaCJlian Tube When Ibis tube is Inflamed you Imavo a rumbling sound Ior imperfect acarlug and when It is- epttrely i closed Deafness Is the result and unless the Influumatiol1 can be taken out and this tUbe j I destroye4forever causedby Catarrh which Is nothing butau nfiamed condition of the mucous surfaces We win give One hundred Dollars for any case oI Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured byHall tCatilrrh Cure Send for c1rt1IItlP free F J CHENEY Co Toledo Q 1 bold by Druggists 75c lake Halls Family Pills for coil li sUpaton m h- rA Scond Paul Burlington Kunsns Nov 13Rev- J French E Oliver who as holding lLro Ivlvalh j has Issued an open Setter to William J Bryan No brasaka toLbec9n3 e an ovangestand- I lpredicting that be would vecamo an r ir s eqWtt the Apbetli Paulat welvO 3 tis ago s 1tV- ii t Oliver l tyroie youu loner inihick f m 1 IPtl 4stMemenL + it would copseY I t taledta ti tYtterd r ax IItr rjo ii I 1me Story ora Ici1ffclilo- Jt9 namoOoldori Mnlpal DiscoverYfwadshggestd by o i mCRt Import i vdluahlddngrcdlerlsGoldoScal Nearly forty years ago Dr Pierce ds- pureaiplorefncdlain degree of constantly mnntalnc nppnrntllsl1ndtappllan toolmuch by the use of alcohol sQgcn rallycmp1oycd Sothonowworld lama Golden Ucdlcnl Discovery tor ordrpepd 1I1n emnnts wasUrst made as It ever sin e n without II of o alcohol I its ma6 A glance t u list of Its Ingredl eats prln c boule wrapper will that It Is a o from most JrowlngInredlrntshavn P ro s or lncn r m t e atylt P Q a h orsemeniu or t eso en oIany one asking sumo by postal card or aOOciloomthaten Medical DIwover are advised not mentlonrddiseasestarrhal bronchial and throat affections dischargeshoarsenesshang on coughs and all those wastlnq affections Which If not promptly and tcrminatyo cover In time and perwvero In its us notlikelyDo exxxtaf of It It Will not perform eopsumptiojn toIItwenteth century woud equal the Paiul of file first century as eLnmplm of tro cause of Christ Pemonully your njileodetalte Lav v MIGod Loa withheld tle presidency front yoU in order thtat you many lJfCOlJl moose W your country tI11 president I am flnnly convinced lltfUt ono am baa actor or Christ of your crt Ijb4Jr Is worth more to this nation titan 10000 presidents I A Paying Investment t idr Jobn White of 38 Highland Ave- Moulton Maine says Have bee n troubled with n cougu every winter and spring Last winter I tried many advertised remedies but the cough contInued until I bought a 50c bottle ot Dr Kings New Discovery before that was halt gone the cough was all gone This winter the same nappy re suIt nail followed and a few doses om- mpre banished the annual cougn I nm now convinced that Dr Kings New Discovery is tho best of all cough and lung remedies Sold under gUirnn 100TrialBEAVER DAM left over from last week Il8s Inrrle King of Central City spent Sunday in town Mr A V TlJDmtion and son Bobble of Loutvile were In town Monday Ma wind lire H E Drown of RoctJj- tcr tllcnt tL few days lust week with Mrs Drowns l aronte Mr and Mrs D F Cray 3fian Myrtle Hines or Rockpurt Open Sunday in town art mid airs J H MetcaI of Central City spent ltsi SuuWly wiru frtIJcJti to townI I air H J Young of Cectrrd Cfly teas moved with Ns fuinhly Into the erDamllr D C Barnes went to CelHrul City Monday 15r amt firma Z w Griffin of Hltr ford spoilt Sunday ref mrooun In town Mr Lon Rtxt u formal r of tis ili1111u flttitdlywlr broloIbeioro1Je thin had gotten under headway and who tltalta ut once come to a Wa5JmmedlMelyly the train proceeded Truffle was Cott engintlcoutiIii1S May Dir wroO has been teach imorrteforlUssClave Vickem ofSacrMl1enl1J Is spending nfew days with nor sh ter- Mre JI A Sweatt Air Ai Swmlft manager of the Cum lrlund61 phoIe at this place theTdephoneWd there otIlartfordhpsbeen some npw wUch board- oftueJHamq Toiapbotig a QLBeairthe J TKItRI Yl1li all AI1IaaAI J tuI y J a I4J 4si1 MAMMOTH GAVE FIRST EXPLORED BY SLAVE Steven Bishop lhs NameSton Marks ills Last Rests Jne Place o Giasguly Ky Nov 2UOf tie to1 sand suncs load nutrspaper amid I written about alaulmoh Owe nothing aside from a bare uaenlion hat ever bosh mode et tile tI 1i 1cwl explore and i11l gmiideslehhen gsup Srrne have lloo1d ti1rt at sonic r1110e tame Ii Bishop waS the Cil1it explorerbllt Vat la about u l StOphOf BiuAiop was born IL lave ill 1S22 ne woo owned by hJ- 3teLope e who lint one litre owned u paint ot the cave land phen about fiftetu Years of ago 1e becuno inter ostdd lit the laveiwlicO ttttuat time tilead only been explored u start Ls- ettance which at ClIrt tunused tine owners they winking that the bOy was drawing on hiw llUaglJlIII on for many of too scenes described Tno boys enVfro being seemed WrtllIJod up In lrll uudeaguouud work and so great was his inerest hi Vile cave unit It WUti ditficuit to get 111m- tutero8led even for a tIJON Um stn oVer pursuits Ho was endowed wilt much Intelh- gence ougii lute many shaves was uneducated UOWfVH at UIO time of- tlia dewell rc lud picked upby coming la lOlItJCI with We outsido world nil education in Ul1gullge that WtIS surprising It was said of 11m tote could cOIIeno for hours never usiug a word Out of place Or looking U1 eruor or tilsl lie was exceedingly proud mId nlury times olio mentra ked teal what tOo bad IUIIUttl inn amply repaid his olforts to say uowlng of a- ax lry and tips Ho was exceedingly thigh minded for u man of ilia birth and twits UU8tcd- III too fulcst sense of tiao word by Lis owner During ills life le hud tile pleasure of gUiding DaYllltI Taylor toe celebrated writer Jennie Ltnd tile noted stager and Ole nuH the Nor weglau utuslcun through the cave besides ninny otner notEd persons in tijs And foreign countries StepJel Blbt1011 died Juno 25 1859 amid was bulled just In front of the cove lie loved to weU and wuicn had been almost his homo for twenty yeah After the cave pasted into other invfront ot toe entrance was gtewsorae and the body was accordingly taken up and burled In a rustle woo fand- lbjlJ tit rave A monument WIt erected to life memory which reads STEPHEN BISHOP rJRST GUIDE AND EXPLORER OF THE- MAMMOTH CAVE DIED JUNE 15 1859 IN HIS 37TH YEAR Stephen Bishop was the grand unelo of Ed Bishop rcoloreed one ot the present guides ot the rave and it is claimed that there Is a striking 10- Iembance between the two How to got Strong p J Dar ot 127 W Congress S- ttcago tells ot n way to become strong He says My mother who Is old and was very feeble Is deriving so mucI benefit from Electric Bitters that I fecel Its my duty to tell those who need a tonic and strengthening medicine about It In my mothers came a marked gain in tiesh has resulted insomnia bus been overcome I and tle is steadily growing stronger Elucwlc Bitters quickly remedy I stomach liver and kidney complaints I utall jOcIIIi nearly over For weeks past It Jf1Il boeu going on cuckoos swifte flycatchers r old nightingales lcsadlrg tirc way rolhwed by stva llwlJ lnsrttns- nigatjsry und Il score of ottrers while oho rear will be brought up in about IL fortuigirts time by the chllfdue- whIcli Is always the fimbt to conic hud tho laet to go soya u London fetter Oue curious feature in this annual migration is the fact that the birds never fly straight tram Vain country to their destlndtiou in Egypt or Arabia They follow a zigzag course FIrst of all crosing the channel at certalim spodfled points they make for Northern Germany where tbeI great gatuerlugs of tale feather clans takeupbaee There tie wst hest breams up into four divisions the fret flying southwest through France and Spuiit to the Straits of Glbru1torj the second due south to the Gulf of Ge genoa and thefico across Corsica and Sardinia to T ulsft1j th rdnI11W6 morn to Lilo cistso us to glare down IU1131 and Uir9ugh l r- ipUwi1Ue the gurtti goes southeast tbmugh AUstria untl Gretfdnod La- by why ot to Alexandria ItAttrGlencgneLtheall4ur stlaisht n till the rel1cl lelrwh tf r Ifi 0 ter tiluni adopt2tt1rG4o CJI14IiliJJrlleY ttkAotigbt it ly very lougor And their grcwt idst 1tf rolnalCe trd rtuttgc of bri t tc IedimIlllytvfit gay fay I s s t U j flitt tr f 11111 I 1 If Ill t rrjn lHlllllb tu in mlag na order 1 tttd ft tUgla 04 rty o 8yI allies aeroR Ct1e waiter ArId nVting i4 CurirJern from these old 4tca I trot fly lines wolrt seem to datcl 14eri111nC1I1IDt1t1rul tvun oounated Wtll Denmark by lneatia of tile Dogger Prok 0 CASTORIAIFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature ofJSNOTICE Republican Primary Election December 5 1908 Republiacr CourtlHouse 1t1wasa primary election be held at the reI gular voting place In each of couhIty5th 1908 between Ue Icme of sIx it m and four p m for tile PUCPOS I candldatcSltoelection 1909 for the following offices vlz UellresentuUe Circuit Court Clerk County Judge County Court ClerkCounty Attorney Sheriff Coun ty Superintendent of Common Schools Jailer Coroner Surveyor AssesSor and the candidate receiving the high cat number of votes for tile office for which tie is a candidate shall be declared the Republican nominee for I saId office to be toted for aL too regular November election 1909 and time party represented byesuld candidate or candidates Is the Republican party mid shall be represented or designated I on the official ballot by the device orr emblem a Log Cabin All the legal octtors w1o will be entitled to vote at tile regular November election 1909 In the yotlng precinct In which lla otters to vote In said primary shall be entlted to vote In the Primary election of December 5th 1908 provided however that each of said electors answer In time artlrma live the following questlon vlz will you vote for und support at the regular November election 1909 the candidates receiving the highest number of votes In this prhnaryolec Ion and who shall be declared the no minees of tle Republican party for time offices therefore named The officers ot the election shall pro pound to each ot the electors offer I tog to vote In the said primary the above rluestion which must be answerI ed Yes before the elector is permitted i to votcIThe primary election called herein shall be held and conducted In the theIi elections It any candIdate officer of the oection Challenger Inspector- or nuy other person stall dlr0ely or indirectly violate to y of the pro visions of the otctiou laws or thIs State In holding er conducting the primary election sot OUt herein titan Iil persons thus urfeudilg sat 11 bJ subject to ail floes and penaLiea In- suob catem made and provided by tile lulus ot this States It Is estimated that the cost ot- hot1ing this primary tvili be five hUII- dret1 and eighty dollars 53000 and that the following amounts be assessed against elicIt of said offlcru viz Representative 1000 CorciuIt Court Clerk 11000 County Court Clerk 1100f County Judge 6000 County I Attorney 6000 Sheriff 11000 county Superintendent ot Common Schools 6000 Jailer 4000 Assessor 3000 The amounts assessed against ch omo shall be paid Inn equal proIotlion be wee3 each i the candidates for tire respective offices which sum shall be paid to the Secretary of the Republican Executive Committee ot this county not later than twenty days next preceed Jng the holding ot such primary elec- tionandany candidate desiring to submit his name to the voters In said primary election shell not later than fifteen days next precoedtng the holding of said primary elect1onnotl1 rt the Chalrman of the Republican Committee Qfphfo countythe Chairman of We said prl- maryi electioni inwritingotthefact that ha+ ls a candidate ai dttlle with said notice areceipt from the Secre k CENTAlgelable ling UIC 510machs nndIJowels or Promotes DigesllonrleeiM nciusrOpitmtMorphlae NOT NARCOTIC 6f0l JIxMI AifmittJJ1l1riDtfJtt HinnSmfrnlJtd lJmr Mme for Consfipa lion Sour StonOOtDlattf WormsComutsiC lSieWrlc- hnessandLoSSOFSLEEI FacSimile Signature or NEW YORK n- CASTORII For Infants The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature Ir IUseFor OVOfi Thirty Year- sCASTORIA OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN aril LoUISVille Horald1THE REPUM ICAN and Louisville Daily Herald i2- 5aTHE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournll 3 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis QIObeDemocrat 1 riTHE REPUBLICAN and Home and FlUID t2 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmuplitan 323 THE REPUBLICAN and rwicea WeokOwensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owonsboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 15C TIlE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 TilE RJUumIcAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 129YEARSOf Honest Business Reputation is Back of Eve- ryMONUMENT bit bbSOLD BY US t GEOIMISCIIEL SONS iE oPROPRIETORS=1 M Owesnboro Monumental Works b i412U4 PMalaSt Yards 21 b216 a8 Ct iy St OWENSBORO KENTUCKY tb IQ Got Our Prices and We to Save You 4 Money on All Good Honest Workb- g oaar wpr Siro ivww aCn r aafy S tart showing that he bag paid the assessment charged against hint and upon complying with these conditions- he shall be declared to be a ctwdf date before said primary election shall have his name printed on the official ballots for said primary This October 10 1908M S RAG LAND M L HEAVRiN C M DARN 7rr Resolved that It Is the sense of thIs committee that we hold a fair and just primary and that we will render all assistance withIn our power to aid in prosecuting any person or persons who vlqnte the election laws in the conduct oforoi primary and we urge the Commonwealth Attorney and County Attorney todo nl11n their power to secure Indictments and prosecutions ot all v1o1ation8 of said laws It la further ordered and directed that a primary olectIon beIbeht1 in of the Magisterial ilitrlctsir Ohio county Kentucky on Saturday f w and Children of THE OINTYN COMPANY MIW YOCC Om r 0 r Guarantee and December Silt 1908 between the homs- or G a m and d p m for the pte pose of nominating Republican cantlf dates for Justice of the Peace nnlOl Constable In each of said Dlstrkp to be voted for ut the regular NovYm bor election 1909 anti this prlmarlc election for nominating candidates for Justice of the Peace and constable shall he held and conducted under the rule and regulations set out above for hOL- ing the county prImary ill S RAGLAND Chmn JNO G KEOWN Secy TheyTake the Kinks Out I have used Dr Kings New Liw Pills for many years with Increnstrsatlstlcation They take the kinks ottt- of stomach liver and bowels wiUlouti fuss or notion says N H Brown of PlltsCield Vt Guaranteed tsattafaa tory Iot all druggins1S 25c tit CdaSXWOnE ABean yaf its Kitd You Have AIwt JS SIgnature or 1 t hY t rA i 2 r i Rp 11 1 J j t w J Hartford Republican- CM 1 BARNETT EDITOR ro=rrto zs Ou I lQnSO- daouCtt Ir 3 FRIDAY NOViXIIBER 20 Lot tLe neW Republican Congress go slow to revMI1C tho t tiff What the country needs Is rout from tnrift ttii cringWe no1ire thtt iu 1I public hoarillg8 which lro ln given by Uo Wuys- ttnd MOIIJls oomtnItee nt Washington no ono bll8 so fur h1l11OONd requesting the lowertug of duUos on U single schedue Even Ue Democrats have in somo tneaulcos mquetred that no chtuge be rondo THe CuurisrJournal Las felt called ulxm to Idwldee for persons to go belure tuo cotnntittee and ask that the tariff ho Lowered T81s Is a rat car embarussdng condition Of uCrulrs for tie Democratic par tytn view of all its Clamoring during reIductlout eloped ttlllong tile members ot the PrIson Commission rend which has brought to iIgnt the htct thnt tile cOUlpeltdjthetentlartes or contribute iiOOOCO to the Democratic fund Is new tJlelPrlOnnonlrartisriu It is revoking lu he tXlrome to all good cllrzens ot 11- 1roulllloJlwoolt1r to red kuternents trout t lIe Conuulssluners wboreln they ndmJt that llO porsonaly met ed this tlllorIKUII amount of money froUl the poor gururds sad uthor attaches of tJe two POnltenttrues in our State How crn It r1QIn aduliuism eXlItct1cdJlOltI their pnstticur not Uetnue of wlI11InTile next Legts nuL slouhl by all means place luei a institutions under nonpurtneut control rule editor of tUls paper tins been toiably infonnerl from a number ot sources shat in Dome localities in the county un attempt Is being made to make him n factor in idle present con test for county offices before tile Republican primnry He desires to say onCe for nil that lJe Is not zvUetpp- ttng to dictate the nonrlnaUon ot anyone before the prlrnnrytuid thus lie has no desire to bens orio county Reupbil can po UCS no matter bow ambitious others may be In tlwt dlrCdcJ Ie did not solicit any Republican to be come u cundidlJto before tile pihnary and lie Is not puubng for nomination any set of lndd1itcI Uke till osier Itellubiicum lie lins jilt Personrtl preferences and In u number of the nicer he has so many warm perronal friend who Rle caudldacca tlllt it is exceed ngy ctnlnlrtzshag to him to make a choice Wo hope thls explanation will be sufficient and that the Republt cans In Ohio county who may be approached with the plea that the editor of this paper or this paper Is advocating or running any set of cam dldates with n view uC cuntrolllng Re publlcan politics In Ohio county nay nbroIlutelyWhtIl the RellUbiCUlls In Ohio nomi bated n candidate two years ogo who wag ubjurtJnd lilt tO ta nurperrwco- people they v tit fur 11 c De- ulUax uumnu 11r Puttistl- nnd te was 11311 IW cbmu 40000 umJurlq f t yet r Wi I titlOaj worl1 rverttlr Uutkxtl atlc- runriace being fUI11cI Ir all 1U 1141 mon of te ss e I d re He 1t1111toernatlaigt 1 e leiU a belagn toly for the saitn keepers II nd HllrI nunt van tllocfrd plvertur tV ulo tt1JUblklfn rntlnlu0e wJ n In CVery- spe J1t in F11u Sow rad attVlcatCL tam perauce WUti deftHICll lIy Iibour 30000- iVe rota tat tite ostll CsulaUau Advocate tile Ildlug paper of the- M E Church for Oflu ludlllnll had Kentuelcy was ItS silent his lie grve during 1111 tills fight in whit t110 Re pubhkIr candidate wtas bcdng fought by every olemcii of the w hishey ileo- JIo w+ 4Je dulitg the fight tWQ years ago It openly vuppurted In Its edltrmtl- colunurs Vie Democratic nominee for governor TIlls may strengthen the cause of temierunCe III Ob o but It It dues we tare very greatly mistaken n 6o much tonfUFton anti mIFunder- btlUldlng tins been CitUFOO by recent ndverllwmenta ot land in Ohio county for hack mxe that we feel eaaled upon to make u plain atatement to our retadens A tttrd from County M- lorney WOodWlnl publltitcd In another column wIll show to what ex- Yyeno the intiHer hu been misrepresented Besides n number ot pgghe have I InIqulrle over tb3- bIwt cqUtitytl1 t1 01Il1dtl s been lnstfgatl et by tAe local Re pt lilitrln county adminiftrcrtiAn In answer to the WO with tooYfkiit- no rson Connected wIdl tlieUepubll- arti hlhnlnlstmUoo Of Ohio county tits fatal JtljI441Jg we lever to tit fIX i irrivqup ioto rid Junlt tux itteee or Iun 11 adiflriI5evneft hIM stns mudo through flee Hurtfld- HO 1 of Ullltllt 900 trtlOe oCiand fur t5xea J11blIg nil do tteay back to rllo- yetu lS80 The nttettH to ootodf- ilCfie back txaes Iii belhg 113 Urde- fI law plllftd by Il Drraoctl tlU Jegts- hature slgnetl byj u Dontccratie governor andwe have been informed ie being prVuted by till Auditursegostwhn Is a Doraoclut and Is ropresora ctl In the ttieswMcai IIIIVO been tiled fn the O4o county court and uppoeICtI ao- tio O fo Circult court by the ocl1 law firm of Barnes AttdelmOn of- wlilcr f1qll 3r Barnes Is a Dtmocmt Tie aUctilt to utako p0Udcal tapilul out of this quctUom sad to try to make it appear that the County Re publicun adminisitutiwt or any rneut thereof is reeponstble for tile brIng ill of there bull or tie hder1lso mont of any tenets of land 1I0W owned by lnnoceat purciusere is mu just and absolu ay wloui WlirrJlt THE INDEPENDENT VOTER Thg recent election In the united perhaltsdemonstrates prsalPle to tote radependtrtly and make known their dessio nssoliartuted netEVerytoot dals of votor9 woo 110 bltHlllug less tnfuenced bypnrty ties ud partisan npPcllls So also Is InlIUfI lug t- a rsptcl raa tlt oias5 OCrltlZlofS who demand that tine flagrant ute of taunt to cOIlIll oleetoris be rtulqtd 7 u- selutluerat of to ptople i1- tmniids publicity of einlrjngio funds and it Is sate to lIII1I no metier io- nuay IIPIISe It Tuo world muvusrwtl- is growlOg beer Men In iulddlcage today wm live to see Uiotine wtlen every public otcic11 twill be olecledo office upeu hili lIIorinIIUd n rt LOI1me- hc hIs sufficient utwley Iris able- Ito Eceutl tie lIalIIfg of wetltiy flll- iiduas or CUlJlonttionl to ftnonce IIIs campaign Coln1t metiiodg will 9iave no puce In our future electlolls Ur ovel- ImbUc nrttlrs Exposure is sure to result when this seninleut is Ignored or defied hetcafter r1he county sUite toad nation slioud Phlee tie erimnal brand upon the purchaser of votes or the men who furnish the money for such purpose The Republican party never aclifeved n victory which wag t loss open to the charge ot corruriJon1 nor one less open to adverse criticism then tho recent presidental victory Tile fairness of tile national vote is indicated by the defeat ot tile Republican State tickets in so many states that were curloo by Taft and Sliertmap Party lines were broken In New York New Jersey Indiana Ohio rlInnSotuI and in Mistouri In New York thous elllIIl1dhis race for governor In Orlo and Indillna und Inncwla tboutands of Republicans mUst have vocd for the Democratic nomluee for governor While tills Is true trc Re- pubdcan national ticktc too out ill till ot HIt te tales und in WlI1e of- tiaent by unprecedented mhajuritlttl All this goes to prove 11ttT there to rw In tndIlYItoIdefyhope to retain It wit Out pnutfving purity ill elections Night Oath Rider Violated ills Union City fens Nov 18At tOTieGenenai Caldwol is authority indc1lnontsIbond of tie RrolCJQt Ulke reglur 11lrh1 be returned during Wo prtltt attoruegtnI day g to WlltrtJn rho authoritative dedllll1llon that ile returning of ri- dlotnaents would be now u ututttr or a few days One of the wltnczses examined Tuesday u prominent tanner or Tho- IJr a visit to hhn home bynighiird of u visit to his home by night riders and CITI invitirtlon lit lie bceonie tine of them Sevool nigits inter It is declared lie IlIadveltEn y carne upon te blilItvlId r mllhlld wit them Corn halt hour It waetile tellrnony of this wttnces that lroug tie State rnent tit tile atturnoygcnernl- infotmatlon was also secured Tuesday us to the disappearance of John nJDrdde of the Oblon county turner W IOWa believed to have been killed durIng n mid at Hickmon Ky when Ue Negro Walker acid his family were shott find burned to death According to tills Information it was another San1 Knight who was killed onthatF- tlghi McBJide was kLled later It fa- JlI1W anted because he Violated tire oath ot featly to the nght lider band Neither body Lu yet been recovere fIN AN OPEN ttTER TOREPUBLIGANSi I h1riJ U Wade Cnndidate for County Judge Makes an Earnest ApCeal- Flottioville K1Novenbor 16 t90S RC1UbijII cr On1I 1UIIIIW- tkiug tJo meo fr eouney jueg I have too ultJWlto sQrni of t fJ Riube- lcttn liUflY tit lcttri IS I believed fui one moment shat my nont4 tltoll would rurt iho Ii5ly for wl4ci I ta va- alwnys tlood and wcoee prnrilrlur I- so deurlylove would withdraw 11111 VIe nice ht once I Lt has Leen ono or UtO hnp oTIS t I my ute to be able to rerVe any olow I loran anti to ails end I hive stn c I hard to Prupafo myself iiac t I S Ille n blessing to others I rsrted ou poor tgnonant boy J educated antI byTmy J a OUlse ill tcntwl I took up NjO study of law ulll lave been udutihFral tope rice in tie cOUlfs of tNs Common weaat I cnts worc bu tneylllimtnelltDto for willatt I now susd I was bought 1tLat tu be great wits to be trot stn uprlgt life IS ho CourdndlJuI ot Ilgt u nlil1g hid lIrHt comlu sious 11at too IUlm wart rakes the muno of God ill vain Is n haw breaker I lId Is tiltt much unfit to be lilt officer lIr ttla lawtiasr n Wd ttrnlng Illull best survey flit Itglie and vnl on offCer 1I10ultll1Iehoplos olds Is Holy my concepwon- f wlsa tl1 officer should be and if I did nut Umll 1n1f a4 leIrII proxtnncd ts standard I iiold not be offering for office My record Is now open fur fuspecLnn The people of ttis county 110 it right to know riot ony my public bUt my private record for us Is the pitvate ITid- fvidual so will be the pubhc servant It In uty Private life you find nay thing not In keeping with rte fore going it Is your duty on good citizens to repudiate my candidacy On the I other hand if you find that my past rife warrants your confidence and vote I run sure you could not support any one who will appreciate It more tJUUl I or who will ertriv harder to give good service I not only stand tor pnlneiple but I- Sal for progress I want to tee our county advance fiS it has never ad vanced before When I Cllllle to Fords vJllefour years egoI found tile town full or oat rickety plunk walks 1 begun advocating concrete Walks and I made a contract with Mr M IUrksof Hartford for such CI wak to front ot my prop- Uerty As x result ot that COntrati- tFurdsvllie his thoto con rte walks than any town ot Its size within my knowledge and the good work continues I do not think I am claiming too much when I say Ullit to lily l efforts CiS much ItSi any other persons Is due the spltndld school that Furdsvlilets now having As many ot you know Foutsville has hind seloo troubllll and infinitum but now we are naving one of the Lett schools in the county I I Itm ndvomtlIg au improved toad system for Ohio uuuty We are spend ills money enougl as I zoo it to put our reads in good condition If It were done ill IL systematic wry We 1tsve practically no road systom We tau merely plttylTIg Itt road working We- I J10Jgllwr1ing I Thero Is no 1lC wto call 11IanHoI good ands as muet nA tjJudge can mid two coq not 010 10- II1MIe nluct progitts along enr line unlu we tuve IL judge teat is fully I aroused on tlflt subject I know what good roads hire tin1Y ley lire 1IIado told wat Wooy Mean to tile poape lif tercO ale made nd if e1erted I- stt11 promote at every opporaunlty tL Improved rend bybnunafor Osdo couu ty a In asking for office I am not ileac 1l1111oorIpaid for me a home and have saved some money besides and aun now 31 years ot age l talis is to be con Itldo wo not need men of abity to fill lour offices They should not be all with beggars lest in a short while tile county turn beggar Our offices were nor created because some peoliI3 need offices but because the people nero officers and he who Serves tie people boat Is he woo makes tIle best 10Uker lalL business natter and sjlrould In a buslnaJ way If yo think after investigation tlltt tlurnt- creMof the people will be best r uuijiyour and nence Jiyon t I the welfare ofthe people donlatidt 0- election ot anotlber I have no ifght to claim youraupport and without r cr i tit r A fOlVIE wVTUlDE PERULn IS US1 fiu- ua Residence of Mr C Hallock Antwerp Ohio Ono of the Many Thousand Homes Where Peruna lsaFopulnr Household Remedy CATARRH OF THE HEAD rMr OlIallock Antwerp Ohio writes1I My daughter Mite allor tak- Ing throe bottles of your Poruna Is entirely cured of catarrh of the head of standingjPeruna as a general tonic as well as for catarrh and are well pleased with It and recommend It to anykody who has catarrh Anybody wishing any information can wrtto to mo Could Tae No rood William F Burke 181srankford 1Mr Philadelphia Pa writes On the 19th of February 1001 I was taken with cramps that extended from just below my throat to the bottom of my stomach They wore so severe that my wife hind to go for a doctor bou t two oclock In the morning- I I had from February until July of- I that year three doctors and they were givIng me medicine for kidney liver and bladder troubles and after taking all kinds ot their mixtures Iu the month of July I could neither eat nor drink For three weeks I had not taken a morsel of food except In a liquid form At the end of that time I could not drink milk or water except In small sips which caused me great pain I had given up all hope of living more than a week or two at most I told my wife I thought I had catarrh of the stomach She seemed to think so too and having road of Peruna I decided to Jive It a trial 4r took several doses that evening and for the first time In weeks rested fairly that night 1 sulking j tha11 cheerfully and loyally ilUPVoot hint whom you cliooso to name us your cnd date on tmo 5th- dayot next month 1Vtla ltindest re- garde and cordial greftngs to you allII am very truly yours J U WAD- EANNOUNCEMENTS FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Esq W S Dean n candidate for Repro sentative from Ohio county subject to the Republican primary election Dc I cember 5 190S- Wo arc l1uUorhed to announce WW Park a cundldato for Rnprere- ntatve from Ohio county subject to thoI Republican primary olectHU Detem ber 6 1908 FOR COUNTY JUDGEI We are authorized to announce Judge W D Taylor Ii candidate for reelection to the position of Judge ot Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary erection December 6I 1908We are authorized to announce J U fopjludgeRepublican Prlmury e1ectlon Dercmter 1908 We are authorized to nnnounce JUdge R R Wedding ot Wet Hart ford precinct a candidate for Judge of Ohio county subject to the Repub licrtn PrImal election December 5 1908 FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce E G Dnrrass11 candidate for reelection to the office ot Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the Repub lican Primary election December 6 1908 FOR COUNTY COURT CL KI We are authorized to announce U G Ragland of Sulphur Springs precinct n candidate for County Court Clerk ot Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election Decem 5190bWe r authorized to announce W S TInsley a candidate for reelee tlon to tUe position ot County Court Clerk of Ohio County subject to the DecemberFOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce C E Smith of West Hartford precinct II candidate for County Attorney ot Ohio County sUbject to the Ropubll can Primary election December 6 1908 rNe are authorized to announce S pretinttheRepnber51908 I off it t rC it r V j iiI kept on using Peruna as I bad daysIstomach disappeared and they Ilave never appeared since and it will ho two years this July Peru na Relieved All Symptoms MrJ C CrumpackerRR I Kokomo Ind writes iiI can say that I have nothing to corn plain of now I feel well rest well at night have a good but moderato appetite can eat almost any kind of food I have no aches or pains anywhere and can do some kind of york every day I must say I can stand as much fatigue as lover could and feel good over It The hemorrhage has yielded to Pe- runa the grip hoe done the same as well as pains and aches of all kinds The roaring noIse has entirely left myears and head my mind Is clear my- recolletlon good my bowels are regular and I just simply feel easy allovr The cure of my case was surely victoryCatarrhofLong Standing MrO 670 Seyepth St Ogden LItab writes rX take ireai FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to ahnounce T H Black of West Hartford precinct II candidate for Sheriff of Ohio Coun subject to the Republican Primary election December 5 1908 We are authorized to announce GA Ralph ot Ralph precinct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election December 5 1908 SAOhioCountyPrimary election December 6 1908 THcandidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary eecUon December 5 1908 FOR ASSESSOR GDavissor of Ohio County subject to tho DecembernnnounceDerllurdnor of Olio county subject to the Re- IlUbllr1I1 primary election 5 1908I JIAelection December 5 190S nnnounceJerome sUbjfttOn December 5 1908 IFOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT HalleySuperlntendentthe Republican Primary election De cember 6 1908 HenItundidateprimaryFOR JAILER NAfttheelection December 51908 wPMldklttclnct a candidate for Jailor ot Ohio prImaryFOR CORONER We are authorized to announce Dan oOhioprimary election December 5f1110S FOR MAOISTItAiIE We are authorized to announce Johm r R pleAsure In stating to you that your medicine Peruna hiss eomplooIy cured ofalongstantIlng case of catarrh I had consulted noted doctors with out any relief By persistent aging of a friend I commenced the use of your wonderful Peruno with the best ofro suit and today I highly rccomutend It to anonesu1Terlng from catarrh In Imy form As for myself I suffered untold agony but today 1 led as spry ne any one with more ambitIon and confidence In myself than I have enjoyed for yearn AU my friends Bay I look better thaa ever before and I urge them all to try t f Peruna and have sold dozens of bottles with the greatestot satisfaction Your Peruna is the greatest tonic and builder forabrokendowaconstittt- tionarislnl from that dreadful disease catarrh tabletssa form Such people can obtain Peruna tablets which rspreent the medicinal ta equlv4enttosnaveragedoseofperura J l M Graham acandidate for Magistrate In the third 1tagisterial distrIct ot Ohio County subjoct to the Republi can Primary election December 6 1908We are authorized lot announct Mack Cook ot Arnold asa candidate for the office ot Muglstrate in the Cromwell Magisterial District sUbject to the Republican primary ieecUon December b 1908 We are authorized to announce J Carl Jackson of Centertownas n can didate for Magistrate In the Center town Magisterial district subject to the Republican primary election December b 1908IWe are authorized to announce iT+ P ROYIII as candidate for the office Magisterialpublican primary election December 5 908Wo are authorized to announce Esq torIItheRepublicanflan December 6 1903 We are authorized to announce Esq 4dJ H lIlies for reelection to tieoffice or Angttitrate ill the Rockport Jiagisterlal District subject to the Republican primary Dec 6 1908 tilo are authorized to announCe C V Miles us n candidate for the offICe or Magistrate In the FordsvtJIo Mug i ItepnbIlicinWe arc authorized to announCe Jas A nowlllga candidate for Magistrate Inthe tHIrd InsIHerlnl district of Ohio county subject to the Republican primary eectfon Dee 6 1908 We RI3 lIuthollzcl to announCe Esq electlofprdistrict No2 ubject to the Repupll can primary electIon December 619U8 1Vcacoauthotlzed to announce Thns FJonnron n cundidee fortrue In the Third Magisterial ditdr9ef4 coml1Osed or Sulphur Springa Olatou preclneM1lIubjectDecember b 1908 We ore auUollztd to I anntvinreE iMrateYinBUbCto the Republlcunprlmnry glaa i flea Dec filly 1908 1 We are authorized to sn iounCp Vfir f D Bratcher 1c tndJdatetorMclEilTat1n UIO Stlrt1J gl I 1dletrlr subject totheUep b cnpi1o Deceinber6th180fe ar t9 u tou t9 p 1 V fdrhitrat tF S ubll4electioni 1 s ffi 1 r 4 r Sid4 lit I 1 N I RESOLVED a THAT NEW CLOAKS ARE ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL AND ALWAYS FAS H i oNA B LF AND GOOD oT11BESIDE5DEINC COMFORTABLE ITIS loVELY TO HAVE A STORE IN TOWN THAT HAS THE GOODS BUSTER BROWN MYtitTlMMrtiifvtTtt iiaww oa MH4 iiA NEW CLOAKV THE NEW CLOAKS CLOAKS ARE CAPRICIOUS r fSTYLE CHASES STYLE AS SUNSHINE CHAsEs sHADOW THE LATEST STYLES DID NOT COME IN TWO MONTHS AGO BUT ONLY RECENTLY WE HAVE THE RECENT THINGS IN CLoAKS WE CAN NoT TELL YOU EXACTLY WHAT THEY ARE WHY NOT COME1N AND SEE THEM ASK To LET US SHOW YOU HOWEVER THESE VALUES ARE ONLY A FEW of THE MANY BIG BARGAINS VE CAN SHOW YOU IN OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT LA DIES LATE STYLE CLOAKS 750 VALUES NOW 500 BIG SELECTION or 1250 VALUES NOW 998 OUR STORE YOU KNOW IS THE HOME OF FURS FOR THIS CITY NOR CAN WE DESCRIBE OUR FURS TO YOU COME AND SEE THEM ASK To BE SHOWN THESE VALUES LADIES FURS FAIR VALUES uooD LENGTH ONLY 98C EXTRA LONG FURS GOOD QUALI t ITIEs S 198 BETTER VAUES FRoM3 TO1500 CALL AND sEE US Hanford Republican + FRIDAJY NOVEMBER 20 HlnolsCentral Railroad Tlme Table Narlli Kwnnif Nunlli Bound Nolr2de4 e in No 1X1 dti llSl 11111 Nolydue173Updt No 101 die 248 p in Nolal2dne719p Solni flnrflUp in DO NOT CRITICISEYour in ttalth unless you are sure ifs prescriptions arc llled from pure fresh drugs by a skilled chemist and that nlldlrectlons are followed We realize that the treatment of the man system Is mot delicate and 1mI pojtant 1Your physlclun hug made 4your partlculur case a study and Plows what you need Our druggist has made prescriixion work n special fy and keeps Huinplled with the very I best and freshest drugs to be undo fPTc weurp willing to assume lboTePonsblUty and guarantee ab ji r solute accuracy Come and make your wants known 01 call us by teepBone A fine line of toilet articles lntloiiary and office supplies always In stock School bog with each 100 purchase The latest novelties In holiday goods are beginning to IUrlVOI PRTFORD DRUG GOI flncorporatedJJ TpewrlterrCarbOI can be had at thla dross I Citylle tflUnuiti surely knows how to please Uie people City Restaurants Oyster Stews surel ly M th epot fPry one Lwve t oiiordi1i at Arbuckles jneRjBhiipitor Thahtoglvlog turkeys Heber Matthews is yisltinglher I rnchb ra dire MaP amah Owonsboro y 4- r irybody ipanpUmentB the City fineI iodp o fMr and Mrs George Pqre 1ntg Wiast Saturday morning a bailrJ tico f tbouckt llIJtlfrJ 7OWIOII 1 0 rl v r t Jt 4 r U + A Jo k Dr J W McCarty of Owerisboro was In town yefeterdny If It 1s choice fresh groceries you want go direct to U S Carsons Our fall Neck enr IB stylIsh dainty and effective CARSON CO Schroeters Studio over Re publican office I will pay lEe for eggs until fur ther notice Tit JAMES LYONS Petty Brothers have told their Globes Pressing outfit to Mr Eretl Reberuon Hunteritin town Saturday Buy your Sewing Machine Oil need les and Repairs of Gross ViilUims at City Restaurant IDo you know that the City Ross Steak Flth Ham end Oys ter Meals cant be beat Do you know that the City Restaurant is headquarters for Freda Oysters Fish and Celery Misses Ella and MJutye Ma ely siieul SMtunluy and Sunday visiting ilatives at Pleasant Ridge Our Negligee Shirts sell themselves All we have to do is to wrap them up CARSON CO Boys bring Pa here for your fan Suit and he will smile when he pays the bill Carson Co Mr NatLindley Point Pleasant Sand Copt A B Stanley Beaver Dam were pleasant callers saturday We have heard of people that could not be pleased with neckwear but we never met any or them In our storeI Carson Co Our Clothing for Young Men Is mad by people who make nothing but young mens clothes They know how BARNARD CO Messrs C P eOncl and J A King Beaver Dam left Wednesday Ipr Clovis N M1 where they are interested in u land dea iBW jpeaaon is now on and we will ecULyou ehelte at35c Ohio County Supply Coy Incorpor J ate a ETaniber8we ates9hlng good to q S Lhetldftel1lbtofb iJbianty fiuppfy CO Incbrpor 1 irkw r I i Ht 1t r kv 11 l il f v k 4 IjouIfJ J 1 Do you know Y1IllWt3 Cliy Rest tuufttat is fae4el ng Bdlkbi B 13 cO ire ot lo SAclby vlla NyWL is the guo t at JU Vf II C61JSnBuear town vI ir wll iay tflgtatiiirko In trade for Eggs Jmnwi HWlHi ittB 18i3 Thai DiiiBKlW RIIhany They fit troy wear they hold their I shape trnt la what mothers say of our 5 SuitS CARSON CO l For loaded shells the tiiftd that kil- lblrdscal10n U S Carson He has about ten thousand for sale cheap- WANTEDTOseoevery I farmer thai nUqlUlli court ilis1crJJ IncorporatedDont bola buck number Buy one of those swell Cloaks or Jackets at Barnard Cos The fit and style is superbListen Do you like good Coffee RetItlluruntsground I Messrs Arbin and Arthur Potty are spending a fey days visiting friends and bird hunting near Barrette Ferry this week Come to my store this week and see a South Bend watch frozen in a cake of Ice keeping correct tune J B TAPPAN New lot of Clothing for Boys and young Men Just arrived Newes shapes and colors The fit it perfect BARNARD CO Mown B F Burden Route 1 noww Dam und T H Davis Route 1 Hanford were among our ninny eiuVlors lrunda- yMsta J n Dounls und Tiiurmau Taylor Piontlw were In town Saturday Tney guve Inc Rcpu htML It- lIleusHlt cel while here Mr V B Bratchcr Barretts Ferry candidate for Magbtrato In the Sulphur Springs district was a peacant caller Willie in town Tuesday Mr L A Pate and family of Lesser Illlnoii ere the guests of relatives in Uie county Mr Pate was a pleasant caler nt Ills office Tuesday Fire Womans Missionary Circle of lie Harclord Baptist cnurcJi will glvo a candy pulling tit Mrs T S Jftrrke tonight Everybody invited Mr T A ttiylor and family of SI chord IJ are tte guests of rela tives and friends In the Denver Dom end t rom ell nelglborboods Tljere are at present eight prisoners confined In our county Jail They are charged wlti crimes ranging from wil ful inurder to running a blind tiger A series of meetings will begin at Liberty Met church next IMon day night November 23 All members are expected to attend and the pubic are cordially Invited Underwear that outwears all other kinds is the sort we are selling We have it for shorts and Iapgv slim and stout at 25o to 100 per garment CARSON CO We are paying 20c per dozen for Eggs All other kinds of good coun try produce wanted at the highest pricestf SCHROADER CO Farmers we have something good to offer you in Pioneer Woven wire fenceOUlo I atdIMiss Doreie Morgintovn were lucre I the first of the week Capt Howwid beiig in itttoudwnfo at to Circuit Court and Miis Hawiuxi vlsitiiigi friends I Mrs C E Sn1rt wid Mr AlJtaoT Burnet spent u few days this wckj at Malauzat where Mi Sana1 vi I ed hem liuronts Mr and Mrs W P Render und Mr OarneH tried to ExI tonninmo use quail lastly I Gre1vllonmdolVIII entJjlarrented the house recently vacated by Petty BrosPres8lng Olub and will open for business next Monday They will carry a full Hue of the latest cloth Ing samples and clean iid press clothe Mr Arbin Petty has been employed by the Imperial peope and the business will be Bretclass and uptodate in every respect Mrl EO cot Of Route 1 Beaver Dam announces this week liB a candidate for Miicistmte In tile Hartford Magisterial Dlstrkt subject to the uctton of the Republicans 6f the ootfa flat their primary ou December 6 1681 l Scott comeehiglaiyrocomr- nendeil and Islibuld lie itte inomiiqatei andelected t18 IQft rli oUiet- otwlthbewell I takenkcare of y x y Mrs J p Sanderfur Is visltlpg her daughter Mrs 0r Shultz Iikusunt iua c this week moclcll1Sc1J store At Barnard Cos iM Lizzto MbKonney JfrHenryvi ftpijer r ro3tt Mr ed lfs J P Sjrtyttvlur a few days tnia week h air J M IJTowi POI trr C joeu f of jl iiUg 1 Ji L 1 l Il1Ird Mrs W R 1 j 01 daY a d Tuf y- Ofr I Md OUae T F Mi SI Paul JVani woi yve bI v irg diet fnrrdly of Rev Vlrgl Bpi ItU yostidny for Dwweoi Sjriig fir feV days visit PjJco JuiTgo Joe Roberts D BJMI bill MtIiItf S K Mien and Aiidjer ton HondtTton Fordtrillo attended ouurt ore yesterday Judge R bens and tte Hondreou called to see u wMlo Toro Oir JmtiUR Felix brougH to our office this week an dri U potato fithad oxdutly twelve small potatoes at taciiecl to the main tiiiu It was raised by Mr Win Brown near town und Is quite a curiosity A telegram WHH Kcoived hero yes terday evening Hnnounoing the de of Mw U C IlarnoU wide occurred fat Dwinott Aikiintas about njo a Mr Humer wiw iralsfd hare where ho liiis a lingo circle of relatives WO- dliCl1jy yirpwtri1z with him In Jiis ditrceahig bOeJ1ul11on1 Jobw Mi tiey aged seven yaivdied of tubomikisig of the brain lie MO ijoino cf MB moth r Mrs Mia J Sup Ckelby Just lut of tow i I Tucfduy Puutinl tejvicee were con ducted 11 u Mrtno on te iuMovng dry by RiV 0 J wean after wile t tie buvj Uok plate in Oikwood cumotoiy In Orfe 1 jtif will be found t1 o rWuncui of lit V B Irata era ctJHJ kite tcr M gll1rilt in t e Sulphur rigs d rlfpnbjit a Lise KtiulJiuiT jirtniary Dwoiubor 5 Mr BtirttK1 it a good calzan a trus- tbuo K i4jlrjn und well jutillflod fllI l1omIIrC1tllltd We IIMOUIIO In tills issue C LI VYexxlwiinl tt n wver Daui as a eau dldato lvr WtKiwtrsile In the Hartford Mtigintt u diiiirdct Mr AVoodwurd sowed u term some years ago In the FJtcal nujt and made asplendid record sn writ capacity If nominated and faUtt 1o will be u distinct gain to tld County nc Hn official 1t though it ir 5yTi u wcrlf to him to serve ItJ Jitiii H Igleneart died at his Lear Matanzas on Wed uettny the 1Jt instant und vvos buried ut west Point church tito foMowing day the Imme diitc ante of ME death be IltobabIIybcJiig a little over 93 years old at the tulle uf lis death He Joined West Point qiurth when It was first orfcMiIzul and has been a faithful cotiKtetQbi nipinbcr ever since He Ihrcla alls ft usefulness and will be grtufy inljpiO Peace to his asiie3 Notice- It Is being circulated by some l ar te3 in QMo county that I am eon ntctxtl with tJO land sales being conducted by tLc Revenue Agent Holland L Auclomui I am not related to tile ReVtiiuo Agent ht ul I have no con nection with the land salsa being con ducted by Mm eIther directly or indi rectly and have never hod any Inter est In the ramie The report Is being circulated in order to Injure me in myj race for County Attorney Very truly j SAM A ANDERSON NOTICE All express packages for people residing in Hartford will hereaf tcr be held at the office until all charges are paid and express book signed This is necessary j for your protection as well as our own BLACK BIRKHEADII Penny Pictures a Schroeters Gallery Bceiuinng Saturday morning Never her 21st ending Saturday night No vwnber 28 Not before or after you wart lr1ny pictures dont 1I11rst this i oplwtuattyOLATOIV Nov 17I havent seen uny news from thlq jJacn fur some time and I tttuglii I wtralc write a few items for your valuable paper TOo ruBt rain oamo ua it welcome vi liwr us it was the first that has fallen Ixto for more than three month I11Inon was n our Vicinity Ao latter part of lust week tfd guqit of friends Every one vas pknsuito t her this Volng the first yinit W Iltfl since eerypatents loft hero tiircp rrotBugo Mrs Scott M cCotzaacka dUgbtel I to p 11 R IIl I JUST THE COAT YOU WANT The prevailing models this season are along the Directoire lines But the Parisian artists have vied with each other in pro ducing so many different designs that it is easy for every worn an to get the proper style in a becoming garment The Bis chof garments we show have been carefully made from these original creations They contain ALL the foreign features which set the style but so modified as to be thoroughly practical for everyday wear A look is convincing + BARNKRD St CO HARTFORD fi i LYONS I- fi SPECIAL = 1 Thanksgiving Prices I fi 8 ON CANDY 5 fi = FOR ONE DAY ONLY NQV 26 = fi = Cut out this coupon and bring it together with 7c = 42 in exact change and secure ono pound of our cele brated Red Build Brand Candies We defy any 2 Jj one to sell you these candies for less than 15c to 20c g tj per pound Remember one day only and you must ti have the exact change as we will not make change bit n JAMES vms i iTheGroceryrrtEtr1 bit it r r ai n yrra Mirvera Yr F4 of Jfr Frank Rebarker of Fsilltn Hxli who ioft hero about fi ywir ago died in Kansas City Mfrwuai Saturday Nov 7 after un openttio j Groveloardruui of Dawson Springs a staler of I the doceaeed was here to attend iKo i burin Mr Harve Snider has moved to Graysoii county and Mr Jack Young has moved into the hoarse vacated by Mr SnMar Mr R L Aimes is bavlcg un Ice ItOUid built Mr James Stlnson sold his farm near June to Mr Joe Smith Mr SUnson has moved to Olnton and Mr Smith has moved to the farm Roscoe and Dunk Hall of Rowlne were the guests of relatives Lore Std urday And Sunday Mr and iXfts John Allen were the guests of the formers parents Mr iind Mra D AIn at Roelne Sunday llooit the little invalid troth of Mr anti Mrs W T Puyton Is quite ill Mrs Dr Ji8 Beam who wire call to the bedsidoot her father Mr 10d lhUTI Onai EeitcWleld Satur returned home yestwbay Mr Harrison t1ben dnngeroulsy ill ot liifuinmacoy r euituiiHii but Is Im VJtgMiv R y S Urea vford of Frleda Uuil wsis tre gufe of her parunts Mr and JCrs c5 N MfclXinlel Saturday Mr W S Fords little child U ill Evcrette Le liiJe son of Mr and Mast Frank Sr Clair died Monday TJic burtoj vlU be nt toe Olaton bury lug grounds ciis afternoon GUNS GUNS Have Just Received a Lnrge Line of Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns Ammunition Shells Etc And resticcfuUy ask you to call and BOO the largest and best line of Shot Guns ever In Hartford Prices the lowesttU S CARSON Grocer mn Harttord Ky F TL t I f t i T f I iiIi I4 i TITw to x I u THE PIGEONS WON- aIn Spite of Clipped Wins TheyC t Bacl on Tim The colonel wns something ot n pigeon fancier and bad go much con fidence in U certain strain of homer e be was malting a hobby of that WIWi1 n his friend the major proposed a wager r the colonel removed the limit Well make It a suppuh said the major Yo black boy will toto u pain otah to the cyahs an ship them to St Louay wbaah they ah to be llbubratcd on nhrlval 1 wagau they ah not back In two days salt Tho colouel accepted crated his finest pair and Included a note to the express agent with the charges Menu Whllo the major communed with Joe the colored boy aud after the tender ing of a certain half dollar and prom ises of Immunity from the consequences of the colonels wrath later Joo agreed to clip the pigeons wings eub rosa Two days passed and the major pre sented himself duly at the colonels The colonel eyed him with suspicious narrowness Hate they nhrlved 7 asked the ma- JorgaylyThey hey sah said the colonel with dignity they hey but those two pidgins rah her the Boest feet I cvah saw on a bird sab Itrownluga Mug azine BE SURE YOURE RIGHT Then Take a Long Think and Mind Your Own Business The other diy a man traveling on aI shore line train noticed protruding from an overhead ruck a dress suit rase which he recognized as belonging to 1 friend lie knew that his friend always got off ut the station which they had Just passed and as be was InIcltableThe man called the conductor and explained the case to him After some j discussion and a mild protest on the part of the conductor that It wasnt a part of his duty the suit case was put off at the next station with Instruc Lions to send It back on the first train the other way The man feeling that he bad done an able and friendly act settled down for the rest of his journey But not for long The taco of his friend who had been In the smoker and who happened on that particular afternoon to be going on to New Lon lIon to attend a dinner partyloomed before him The moral of this Is of course quite evident Bo sure ypure right and then mind your own businessLifeOverboard Overboard is engraved on a metal label fastened to many articles of para phernalia seen about the decks of a modern war vessel It means that the article BO marked should be thrown overboard whenever action with an enemys ship becomes Imminent AI tohol chests turpentine tanks paints spare strs unnecessary hatches and other articles easily destroyed or spun lered by shell fire are thus labeled The president of Occident college Cal ifornia Is said to have given the word i n new meaning in civil life when be used It to Indicate those who are unfit useless or inapt In the struggle of life It is a strong word and as such can be appropriately applied to men and things which when a ship must go to battle are not necessary or material to Ihe end desired Army and Navy Life Her Own Doctor- A Washington woman recently hired a ncgress Going to the kitchen one tiny she was amazed to find the ne press sitting ou the floor with her hair standing out from her head IHe a black nimbus The girl teas pull Ing one curly luck and thcu another In suCh a way us to suggest that she had suddenly lost her What on reasonIIMary gasped Xawthlu maam only 1 has got n sore throat an was Jest tryln to Und tic lock tint would pull Utah palate up an relieve de tlellerew York aid HerI The Fickle Shopper That woman always keeps me guessliig said the grocery clerk na the went out I never CUll tell till I the last minute what slit Is going to buy Just now sin priced the I gave her the prices2v cents curtllI 35 10 nu1ool17give me a pound Of your forty cent ground fine New York Press Probably Not- I hate to be poor Now a million sire can walk right In and order what be wants without bothering about the price He cnn stated the sales Iun8a81Cityi Every Morning Paul at tbo age of four was asked Dno morning by his papa What Is the tunic of the first meal of the tiny Oatmeal responded little Paul promptly Exchange r An Enigma a Tommy Sfty papa I wish you would tell me something Papa Well what iJllt TommyWhen you were a little boy who was my papaTCbIcngo News Some Inca are rich enough to afford every luxury except a clear conscience Philadelphia Record ie t Blunders of the Typos L Ever duce the Introduction of typo i setting errors weird or comical buya emanaCedfrom printer otllccs The t mistake are not always to bo shoul dered on to the coinppHitor for baa i handwriting must be taken Into lit conntHere are n few Instances or actual blunders collected by a proof render lu the course of his dally work transformIr with destruction In the army The writer thought ho used the word diii Unction The Galley I rOc was tithe descrip thou of a picture entitled The Galley Slave j Speaking of theatrical folk n critic wrote that nearly nil have husbands prIntediThey sailed for three days around I the cape nail finally slaughtered a small Italian should have been sighted n small island I One more In conclusion He takes delight in talking on his family shameI was a shameful thing to say when favorite theme was meant IAThree Logged Bison In 1807 Small Eyes a Blackfoot who had come down from the north and joined the Arapahocs and lived with i them told Black Kettle a Cheyenne In i George Bents lodge about bavin nndIfork of the Canadian a buffalo bull I which had only one hind leg Accord to Small Eyes story It did not ap lIng that the bull had lost one of its legs hut rather that it never had I had more than one The hind leg was very large seemed to be In the mill IldoIl1ndwhich the buffalo ordinarily has had in some way fused together The war party with which Small Eyes was traveling was passing along near a hollow when the bull came up out of it and some of the men ran ahead sot around It and shot It with a gun It was not able to run fast but rather hobbled along Forest and Stream Saved by a Photograph- A very remarkable incident occurred at Rio de Janeiro A passenger on board one of the large liners took n photograph of the harbor It Included a small yacht which had sailed In the morning with two men in her but returned In the evening with one only The survivor said his companion had fallen over board but his statement was not believed He was tried and sentenced to death The matter had by this time come to the ears of the photographer who remembered that the picture lead been taken on the day of the crime or accident and that tbo scene em braced a yacht On examining the print more carefully he noticed a small speck on the sail and in order to de termine what it was had au enlarge ment made It proved to be the figure of a man falling It was shown to the authorities at once and the condemned man was released Dropsical Oysters With a sneer the oyster opener pointed to u brownish swear upon a Saddle tock shell Some fool said be has been try ing to fatten up a batch of Saddle tocks with cornmeal You might us well try to invigorate flowers with corned beef hash But it is a common error to believe that cornmeal or oat meal will fatten oysters I continually find oysters with their shells stained with those grains It makes me laugh As a matter of fact there Is no such thing as fattening oysters All you can do is swell them up with water precisely the same as water swells a sponge You put them in fresh water which being less dctiFC than the soft they are accustomed to by the princi plo of osmosis penetrates und distends their tissues gives them as you might siy dropsy For my part I dont like fattened oysters New Orleans Times Democrat a Dridcs Dowry IFor very pretty custom In northern parts of Europe There the white poplar III good soil Increases a shilling In value every year The trees arc generally cut down at the age of twenty years as they are then supposed to have attained their full growth When a daughter Is born In the family of a well to do sea11i01lshe grows and Increases in height and value au her virtues and beauty increase Out to Work What society needs Is a clearing houseWhat do you mean- I wish I didnt have to go to the TboIVan I I and call the thing even T I Kansas City Journal Why He Barked- A wittiest in an Irish court talked so loud that Charles Philips who was counsel on the other side said Fellow why do you bark so furiously Because said the man looking hard at Philips I think I see a thief Rdributl- onTommrIophut 1s retribution Tommys CopRotributionarny son is jomeJhlnjT WP are even tua ij overtake other peoplePh1la delphia Record t crfYJ t I The American SpirIt h I I Tile bitter fitrtf0fB ecded tAo fooyesjcntny I Iftike up iicglecjed riytid F fades uwnyv t I No man expects dJsafctorto 4Jl1JII our loud i The governments b fduhdaUofcs naSfraii as ever stand af 1fj j I it f i We ceiw todify to wrangle abtUt partsans Victorious or vanquished Weri vi Americans j IQ case lies been decided before the nations birt V j Todny we must tcreBciy nccejtt t hugs us they are eCI In i The buds will swell inApriltebyps5- 0ms blow In 3foy + j The same as if the battle bal gone the other way And they that have to labor wl 1- 1Eerve as in tie past 4U Tie weary flag continues to flutter from the mast i iv i Sci 1 splendidly united we ceasi to Nate or blame Our newly chosen chieftain we loy fully ncanlm The future lies before USttl6 iy is fair and broad The cry is Forward brothers for honor and for God Riser in Ciilaigo RecordHertdd r A Riot of Color I From the land of the Moros a soldier writes A Moro matron passed our quarters this morning wearing n itellu trope Jacket purple trousers with large heart designs worked lu yellow blue und pink embroidery a red and black sarong yellow plush slippers and yellow silk mantilla The ladys maid old I In modest garb walked behind carrying a magenta parasol Echo River Low Louisville Nov 13Eviho river In Mjiinmwii Give ib almost dry w n result ot tie drougHt Many of tie uvonuoa wicro water stood ten to fif leen fee deep are now mere footpaths As a result of tae opportunity afforded mummy purls of We Owe never be fore reaoed are being exitorcdI A Durn Solid Dog A nuns was passing down tiro street conildeiitbly under the Influence of liquor He used pretty much all the sdewtilk In his staggering course In front of a store sat a rant lion limtge of a dog Whether it was there for ornamental purposes or for a sign docs not matter eo far as feis tory is coiicciued Tho drunken mUll saw it und mutook it for a real dog Thinking ni clear the sidewalk of tho dogs presence he drew back and adminis tered a very vigorous kick Groaning For Croup TonsUiiis and Asthma Fer f A r r I vJGi ixdit lioXtotfk Ills looked Jitout him m Ii1QtIrJQI- ls 6isiutlhlg Iii thstdle- TLfs it Me torn ilid dog bl Jolbd Otlt 11JQ11uiltcn latq mrJsOhKiltnrvy vc yhelltau Ittrnurs UnJo1J FebrfoWHO oftifeb it will L sutudon O iiid ABears ta illd YC3 Hays AIAaJS Bought 8gllstutll of Ad Grafted From Boys Leg Onto Arm- A very youthful pMiont ja now ul muat 1 dy to leave the St Josephs Hofcpirul muter uu ontroly succceful sikln grafting operation TIe innlctft Is Jo3 a Honry Case a fiveyear old boy whoso Is on Hind avenue The little featny bud fils left unubiak en und In a slug ieveivd weeks ISO nndwtllcln mil ooudittou wa turning u Iced cutter In to barn In some manner Lo got too near The mAD uo and the flesiT covering tie leaders on the Inside of ills rigttt wrist was proutd oft between two cog wJicels Hews braufv to the fcoEpiml and skin was token from his leg and graft ed unto the wound Holh arms are now about well und tie HiSle felow who uiis borne te rain mid confte mont Jimin nitre jiiweJiUy Von meat men would live dose ie tti to rout hot Io jn u few days Operation Delayed to Premlt Patient to Marry- St Louis Jin November i4Futr hg dt t trim an olonmori 10 was alxut u uenergo L a bcwplt1 I eft tin Abbie E Oi pic nged30 of plague Oklit Mid Jefferson L McDanlels of Sjawiiep Oklnt were married In te iospitii B openiting room today e ale mitt KUiienxXlous Be trod discussing tro fait of coir marrKigf TO UxTiso tins 13 ji Two uwurs ulwr eo operit ion tc Ibyeiclfuis mepid are lad every clirace to ret over Six yours ago SI married McDanicia viral Sieriff Ed wjud E Opjile of Meeker Okla wio dual four years nga Oinchitui In cjuer A Reliable I Elys Cream Balm it quickly absorbed Gibes Relief it Once It cleanses soothes away a Cold in the r4 d6 11Fa an me 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and njrea Ikepatent ExclusivelyWrite tCU Hlatt Strut epp UDIGSBtatuateat Ole WASHINGTON D C 11 r 1 LL 7H2 COUCHAND CURL THE LUNGS + 1NITH Drl Kings New Discovery FOR CE FreeAND011A1U1TUJ OR MOITX7 TIDIDOTOIi and yaaoount THAT PAY Mn11lle tbem tboroa TCNT rocpaeeadmdlpbotoorskkbfarlRLgrepo ItAaINQ RErCRENCE8Fortreeon Oald4fI 010vnth ikrae mf r nf Ti- r yl+ y t OJ l WIT SAVED HIMOUCK Th Way a Criminal Fooled a parle Police Chief Jothe Memories of U Claude Iebief of police during the reign of Napoleon IIL tlcrO Is much that Is fits s atlDgfO lovers ot aetectlvo storIes One ot M Claudes experiences was x a that in whIch hit was outwitted by a pollceIr la the Latin quarterthen In the height of Its bohemian splendor i easycaptnrd hourwhenIthe IStory discoveringtgirls and beivltchiog danseuses f y waysofmysurprise and audacityI walked 8tTalghtup to where my rascal was steadystepsHe was tt dark skinned handsome fel low with a face as brazen as It was- ycynicalI I saw b1an tmpreceptlblo turniC I Jlwa almost near enough to cap turo him rhen I saw him bend to the l ear of one of hs companions Instant nndIardenti outIpress my I The magIc name presented upon the youthful spirits there the ttrect- I of an electric spark All he dancers dancingendI The students and young girls rushed I up tome some bearIng bouquets oth ers glass In hand I was literally coy ered with flowers while the whole place rang with shouts a hundred times repeated of Vivo Derangerf Vivo Derangerl I was aghast and yet I understood the trick On the point ot being col lared by me the man I had marked down had recourse to this shrewd game which must have succeeded even better than ho expected I certainly had some points of resemblance to the illustrIous song maker or the whole e world of students and grlsettes In the LatIn Quarter would not have fallen i so readily into his trap I was us bald as the poet at that time and at all times I have had a certain good nn tured sympathetic benevolence In my appearance such as the portraits ot- DerangeI show to this day Well If the youth of Parka counter signed the Intentional error ot my elev er scamp lowed It to my resemblance I to the poet Though 1 was tricked I woe welt tricked itwlis not forme to own to these glddypates that I was not DerangeI but Claude the pollee- man the agent of till the prosecutors ledges and lawyers who under the restoration bad done so much harm 1totheir Idol I escaped tram the ovation which was ecomlng delirious under nn avalanche of lowers The Wonderful Aphis The aphIs Is In one way the most startling of all forms of Insect life fort although the females can and do- a lay eggs lea usual method ot increase Is by a sort of budding process the young growing on the bodies ot the parent exactly as brussels sprouts grow oqt ot the stalks of the plant The old produce young at the rate of twenydye a day and as the young are at once mature each can produce Its tWentyOv on the following day It positively frightens one to work this multiplication out to a conclu lion tor1t means this Supposing that the aphide could Increase wad multiply without interference the twentyOfth generation would be n number too long to quote here Put down a1 and follow It with 28 nnushts and you will be wIthIn n few millions ot lto Y I Beneath Him These chefs said one New York multimillionaire to another linei you know draws n thousand n mouth Era used to be at the Cafe Royal ins rails hut Lila Independence One jtight 1 gave just to show off n din offthe In n taxicab with two French dnucing girls Qf course I hulled him and took him to tusk Oh saId he a dinner of that sort I always leaves to my assistants With such masses of food It is impossible to introducer Delicate subtle or orlglnlll cooking Now little girls ahailwe drIve on ArgoimutAddlnp to His Sufferings I r The DCctorI expected to go oat If spendIbut professional duties states are agaInst cob The lioejor ThO fakes are to blarooArc they Well 4 1 vltg adtural for n week euder to como Iitoa lamo concluslonChlcu TrlbJ r t t 4- DothAproedr Young man i was told today that I top wore the worst boy is the ueigh anyonotIj tome one woilldged licked- a S D14t olio ls golniJoiget licked If HoustonI An tt1 i t8eot rhe ts the ati fW Al 10 to 3 NJAn U1I1r T W fr a j JI r lFsX n n Ctd the 4t He Knew Geordlo Born eras chi ter well known among the country folk of the Scotch hlghlnndH weutytlve years ago He belonged to a class rather hard to clasalt1 for ho vas neither apnor a fArmhand although frequently following the habits ot both Wang deriag from farm to farm the greater part ot the tltril he was kindly treated and hospitably eutertntued generally While he was a man of unusual strength ho was mentally weak and exc edlnglyladY Desagl cute chlel though slow In the uptack understanding was the WilY a good many described him One day ho arrived I1t hIs frIend the doctors dud complained of a severe pain la his breast The doctor handed him u plaster with instructions to put It on his chest without delay GeOrdIe gave him one of his knowing looks and took his departure Tho doctor met him a few days later and Inquired how he was feeling now GeordIe replied Nao better DId you do as I told you with the plaster the doctor went on- Weal no not exactly I done the best Icouide I didnt have a chest SilO I stuck It on my bandbox hat box An Expensive Dollar Not long ago In thIs town a kind friend of the family gave one ot the kIds a dollar Ot course It was too much to let the kId get out and spend for candy and gum so It was reU- glousl put up on the sideboard or some other sato place to be keptjust for what the deponent saitti not In about n week the juvenile owner ot the big round coin remarkooat the breakfast table Pupa mamma spent my dollar yesterday The head of the house took the hint and fished up another dollar which like Its predecessor was placed In a good safe place to keep During the next month by a careful iy tabulated record which he kept on his cuff ho repaid this elusive dollllr just thirteen times So nt the end ot the month you will not bo surprised to learn that our friend sent the donor ot the orIginal dollar this curt note Dear SIrInclosed you will and a check for 1 Its the dollar you ge our youngster I return It simply to avoid bankruptcy Already It has cost mo some whore between fifteen and twenty Lnmah Mot Democrat Dollar Fish lIne you any dollar fist hero a woman asked of one ot the attendants at the aquarium While the questlm may seem cur oils It was really very simple for the dollar fish is only n young moonfish The moonfish Is a curious but beau tltuf creature almost round In shape and extremely thin and having the loveliest ot pearly sllles It swims on edge so that It always presents Its sides of pearl to vIew It takes its name from Its shape and because further In colorlt suggests the slivery moonYoung moonhish ot the sIze of n standard sllvor doUarnnd they are scarcely any thlekernro called dollar fishes because ot their resemblance to that coin In size and shape and color and the woman making the Inquiry about dollar fishes was duly informed that there was nom In the tanks nt the present time but that they did have them occnslonall1 New York Sun Three Sabbaths Each Week In Tangier Morocco lIS a country of ninny Sab baths The first three days I spent In Tangier were nil Sabbaths ArrivIng on a Thursday night the next day was Friday the Mohammedan Sabbath which was followed by the Jewish Snbbllthtlle Hebrew element lu Tan filer Is couslderabio and strict In rlI- Iglou9 observanceand that In turn by the Christian Sunday Subsequent comparIson however revealed little difference between nay days of the week On the Mohammedan Sabbath a black flag Is hoisted on tho minuets at the prayer ot dawn instead of the white flag that nnnounces the time of devotions on other days It remains up until the middle of the forenoon by which time everybody Is supposed to have found out what day It Is New York Post The Word Chrlatltn Charlatan says n writer lu the London Chronicle Is companion to quack In our vocabulary and or thl word the origin Is certainly Italian It Is ciarlatanomerely n chatterer nllll describes the traveling doctor lu his cart who used to oTer In an over whellijlng torrent ot talk his pills to villagers In the market place lIe wns a dentist us well us a physician und wrenched out the tooth In public The genus Is not yet entirely extinct A Word breaker Fine looking old gentleman Yes but ho was never known to give n man hls word that he dill not break It Dishonest 5h7 Nope lie Rtntte1l1ITousto Post Dignity and 180 OU have decided to call In an- othordoctot f I 11l1vewos the replyHTllo nbr euWit of tual prescribing lI seed tea and dnustard plasters fOr people of our position A Noble Parent In writing a sketch of Washington ppupil ended her essay by aayth Washington married a famous belle Martha Custts and Indue time became the 13ntber ot Ills Country Delinentor l hd words are benedl tions They are lnstrumefts pf power but pfhcnevO encoiuiWcourtesy ybresslngs both if tha smoaker atd bearerv otc them Frei7cftcttSattudora 4 M1 n 11 ra y J 4 J- f rr tlt Y THE GUILLOTINE It Wu Not Invented by th Ms Whose Name It Sear In a book published by Hector blob cbmun to Germany the story ot the origin of the instrument ot oxeeu Lion which was named for Dr GuUlo tin In the days of the relgI1 ot terror is fatly denied There Is no truth In the story so long believed he says that the genial old physician Invented the machine which was named for him and by means of which he Is said to have lost his life shortly after Its adop tion GUllloUn In keeping with the spirit of his time proposed on Oct 10 1TS0 that all offenders regardless of theIr birth or station should be dealt with alike by the law and six months later he proposed to tho government that convicted murderers should ho beheaded by means of n simple appara- tue The mechanism of which ho and no ono else had any idea at that time was spoken of as the simple apparatus by the humorists of the day and proII chino finally was adopted the wits of the tlmo named It guillotine The goy emment evidently recognizing the ml- noI of the suggestion asked one Au tome Louis a surgeon at the SallK- trlere to devise a machine and later gave a similar order to a carpenter by the name ot Guldon who otrored to construct an Instrument for decaplta ion for 566011vres ThIs was consltl Bred tqo high a prIce and the contract was gIven to a German cabinetmaker by the name of Tobias Schmidt who received 82 livres for the accepted model III 1702 Schmidt made guUlo tines fur nil the provinces and the In dustry brought him a moderate fortune which he proceeded to squander neverot a machine which bore his name continued to practice his profession quietly and unostentatiously In Paris until lie died there onlarch 261SIL PAYINg FORA MEAL It Was Worth About a Shllling to Pick Those Bones Colonel Ebenezer Sprout or Revolutionary Carne was born and bred In MldlllellOro Mass Ill was always fond of a joke and was quick to seize nn opportunity to indulge hJs propea sity ns the followllll IncIdent illustrates Ills lither also n Colonel Sprout kept a tavern One day while Ebenezer was at home on tl furlough three private soldiers on their return from the sent ot war called for a cold luncheon Mrs Spront set on the table some bread and cheese with the remnants ot the family dinner which her son thought rather scanty fare for hungry men lIe felt a little vexed that the defenders ot the country were not more bountifully supplied The aol diets after satisfying their appetites asked bun how much they should pay Ebenezer said he would ask his moth or Ue found her In the kitchen Mother ha said know much is It worth to pick thoso bones About a shilling I guess she answered The young oflieer returned to the sol fliers and taking from the barroom till 3 shillings and smiling gonllllly upon them gave each man one and with good wlllhes sent them on their way Mrs Sprint soon after came tan and asked Ebenezer what he had done with the money for the soldiers dinner In apparent amazement ho exclaimed Money Dill I not ask youu what It was worth to pick those bones nucl you said a shilling I thought It little enough for the bones were pretty bare uncI I handed the men the money from the till and theY are gone Jrs Spruut could not find heart to reprovo her favorite son for this misinterpretation ot her words and then she too loved a joke and so after nL instants glum look she laughed and said It was nil right Had Seen Them All Before l Once while JllInes Whitcomb Riley was visiting a town where he wns booked to give a rending a coml11lttlc- clllled to take him in a carriage overI the city In acknowledging the cow I pllment he said provided i Ill so with you gentlemen you promise that you wlll not show mo the new courthouse the new town hall the new bridge time new school building and the now Jail for ro seen then all n hundred times In as many towns and they invariably wear me out before the time arrives for the curtain to rise on the evening orter- tainment i Influence of Mountains j The Influence ot the mountulu Is pure and holy giving strength and slmllll Ity encouraging tile older virtues dls- ouraJlng the newer vices In time hlll men ot Wales wo see this clearly I enough Go where you will among the i wilder and more mountainous parts of I Wales and you will Und tllllt raro In lepoudenceaniMw r reliance which are fno marredby n curiously defiant discourtesy You nUll there those that j Ira truly natures gentlemenLon don Standard A Good Reason One day Mary was fouled standing on a chair In front of time mirror gaz- inSat her pretty image I Why are you looking In tho glass cl rllhgaliked her mimother I Cause I like the look of me was the frank replyChlcngo News t Ungallant Ofcer I appeal forptotei tton A attemptington orr been tor an- eecapedxluunucdybereisI hoKan t1 mes d v + t n a t tto I i rtC a i V t Jt iJ- i4i L J A DUSKY CYNIC H Gayly Admitted That th Joke Was on Himself A lady was walking along Fifth ave toe a couple of weeks ago when a big lIegro stepped up to her politely and asked liner to give him n quarter I am n shipwrecked sailor he told her Three days ago the ship I was on went ashore outside Sandy Hook Ever since theo Ive been wandering around without being able to get u jobThe lady gave him a quarter and passed on A week later while goIng by time same spot on Firth avenue she was approached onto more by the same negro hL am a shipwrecked sailor ho began Three days ago She let him finish Then she remarked Two weeks ago when I gave you n quarter you told me that same Story Then you said that you had been wrecked three days before Now you say the same thing And she looked ot time regro severely He threw back his head and burst forth Into roars of laughter Dilldid I give you dnt story last week he chuckled DId you give me n quarter Well It dat aint a joke on me Anil she left him standing on the sidewalk convulsed with laughter New York TImes CARDS IN CHURCH They Were Not Uncommon In the Old Days In England Frequent cases ot card playIng occurred in churches In olden days In time high or curtained family pews that were to be found in several parts of EnglandA of card playing was men tioned by the poet Crnbbe as having occurred In one of those pews In Trow bridge parish church Mr Derpstord I hope stated that card playing was not uncommon In churches having cur tamed pows where those occupying them were screened from the observation of the rest ot the congregation and that one of the Georges Is credit ed with taking port at a game ot whist In the church he attended The church at Little Stllnmore In Middlesex line a luxurious room pew which Is approached by a special door and staircase The old St Pauls cathedral before the great fire ot London was used by business men as a sort ot excllllnge- trhe I portico gas let out to hucksters and In those days gambling and cards are both said to have been indulged I In without let or hindrance within the I cathedral London Standard BUlhrangerIOutwitting a In Mr George F D07alls Story ot the Australian lluahrangers the Ol lowing little episode Is related A man nnmed Michael who went to no Inn for wood found the place In the hands ot the bushrangers Fourteen guests were already disarmed and were beam searched la order Michael was compelled i to take his place In line The bushrangers handed hula u panulkln of tea before they took his money Know hug what was coming ho helll the pan nlkln IS it time ten were too hot to drink and when the leader ot the highwaymen was looking away dropped lily roll ot hank notes Into It lIe stood quite quiet and when the bush rnngers cane to feet his pockets there were only a few shllllnglS In them Time robbers appeared satisfied and al lowed him to gotlie carried his pan nlkln out with him tool his money and put It In hula pocket without hieing observed Then he mounted his horse rode to the nearest police station and gao information Her Indorsement Mndnn said time teller of n bnnk In Baltimore to a wouan ivho had handed him a check to cnShIOII1I1111I11 you have forgotten to Indorse A worried smile cnlllo to time wo mans face but she tool back time paper and wrote something on the back thereof When again the teller looked nt the cued lie found that the woman had In- dorsed ns follows The bank has always paid me- whnteer It owed nnd you need llllo no worry Therefore I Indo ae this check 1ery truly yours Anna 01 BlankliarpcrsRadishre Unl1lsllls originated In Chinn where they IIIe been cultivated for many cemmturles and sometimes grow ns big s5 n uuums head In Germnaur the old tnshlonlll country mothers cure hoarseness and cough with rOlllsh Juice mixed with susnrcnnely The radishes ot today hnvo min flavor no character Formerly their sharp biting taste made thom palatable An Outrage What makes you so late asked time boys parent The teacher kept mo hi because I- couldut ihid Moscow on the map of Europe replied Johnny ind no wonder you couldnt find Moscow I It wns burned down years ago Its ail outrage to treat a child is dint wayl His Thirst My man how did you acquire such a thirst It was dis away mister When do doctor operated on me for nppender cl she forgot nn left alIponga inside omeDoton Trawler A Man to Let Alone klnd pt ani n is your new bookkeeper i Hoe thlllklllil Ifiyou say two words toham hel say 2011Detroit Vre L iJr v Y 4++ ++ + + + I THE KENTUCKY l Light and Power Cot I INCORPORATED I Wlhh WIRH YOUR HOUSE AY COST i CLEANz I iff BE WITHOUT THEN I WHEN IN HEACHii E G BARRASS w ManagerLnddlstrictb nolo + + w nDlerideammoney ulJ JurliaoaruuJ f It M shlptoandputkeep the bicycle ship It willeoloutoatrrntWe make StetoLitre behind your bicYcle Do NOT IIpY a biC1leon patrol tires from JartoryprintYOI WILL IE ASTOWISILEt when ourr suuperb our modell beautiful at the catalorueanol- Itud Wt1l1dwuJll moneythanCYCLE DBALEtta 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principal aspirants to the honor each havIng a considerable tot kmwing The dispute finally ended with strife and war and for the first time In the history was brothers blood shed by brothers The chief of one ot the factions had a beautiful daughter and one of the bravest warriors was a sultor for her bnd Her father consented to the match on one conditionthat the young brave should journey to the tamp ot the enemy many miles away through the deep snow kill the chief Ms rival and return with some unmls takable token ot his death In spite of the snow and the distance the young man Immediately set out on his Journey and after lying In ambush for several days finally entered the lamp boldly attacked the chief In his tent stew him and cut oft his head Next morning the murder was dls covered and the tribe set olr In hot pursuit Little by little they pop the fleeing warrior who gainedI anxiety to elude his pursuers away all his Impediments to his rep clothing retaining only his stone knife and the trophy which was to win him lis bride His pursuers gained rapidly until Inally so near did they come he could hear them on his trail ls grewsome Burden grew heavier and heavier and as a last resort he whipped out W knife stripped the scalp from the head of the dead man and thus lightened ot his load reached his own camp In safety presented to his chief the token or his prowess and was wed amid great reJoicing to the damsel or Ills choice From thenceforth he was permitted to wear an eagles feather In his cap and to this day the eagles feather remains the sign or the successful war rIor the number he displays depending upon the number ot scalps he has tat enChlcago Recorl Herald HE USED TACt It Successful Mans Story of the Way He Won Wealth The late Ira D Sankey said a Brooklyn clergyman attributed a or his success to tactto the partI of pleasing people Ho used to story In illustration of tacts great powerMr Sankey according to the tale met on the street one day a man he hadnt seen for two years 4 Why said the man how well youre looking Sankeyl You too are looking well said Mr Sankey And two years ago you were quite out atthe elbow while now you are clothed In purple nil fine linen Come home to dinner with me wont you Gladly said the other and they went to dine During dinner Mr Sankeys guest talked agreeably of his 120 horsepower racer his wltes limousine and his daughters husband the earl It developed In fact that he was n multi millionaire And yet two years ago Mr San key said you were as poor as n church mouse Tell me how dId you manage It Dy means ot tact replied the guest I suddenly took to jelng tactful and the results were marvelous I never neglected on meeting an ac qualntance to say how well you are looklngl The acquaintance would be tremendously pleased lIe would tn- Tlte me home to dinner he would In troduce me to aU his influential friends and he would give me valuable tips and pointers Naturally I soon be came rich very rich rich enough to retireThen the guest looked at his watch and rose But I really must be going he Bald Thank you my dear Sankey for an excellent dinner Goodby now well youre 1001lng Cincinnati Eu quiver Settled It Themselves lU western China European travelers rwuntly found II simple method of- eettllut disputes One ot them writes Whllo we cllllell till midday halt at rnduule wo asked the villagers con oruing roam now graves which wo noticed In a field close by They nn- wored Our head man and two others were kllleu three months ugo In a feud with n village higher up the hills Is It settled now Yes Dill you re port the matter to 1lIowo No- 1Vbat would have been the lI w Wo lust seWed the matter ourselves now Oh we killed eight ot the tlthor party The Apple of Discord At tile marriage ot TheUs and Pe CUR where all the sods and goddesses met together Discord threw on the ta Vie n golden apple for the most beautiful Juno MInerva and Venus put In their separate claIms and not being able to settle the point referred the matter to ParIs who gave jutlg went to Venus This brought on him the vengeance of Juno and Minerva to whose skill Is attributed the fall ot Troy Literary Taste I have written a book that everybody ought to read said the OIl am afraid It wont do answered the pubUaber What the public seems t want now la n book that nObody sight to readWnsblngton Star r GOO HORSEMANSHIP- AnOld Huntii lluetratlon of tW- sQift of Hand Your heart dnd your head keep Your hands and your knees keep down Yodr knt ea keep close to your horses sides And your elbows to your own This old bit ofadvico for the would be horseman Is quoted Iin writer In DaUys MagazIne and declared to be perennially sound IIe quotes another old hunter on the sUbject ot what bo calls tho divine gift of hands in riding This old hunter John Darby used to attach two pieces ot twine to the back ot an ordinary chair and draw the same tighter until the chair balancen Its toro or hind legs according to his own position Then when balanced ho would keep It so to speak on the swing by gently manipulating the twine or reins he held In his hand A rough pull would ot course have upset the chair one way whereas the tact of not checking It In Its movements at all would have caused a total loss of control over It In the opposite direction And that when the exhibition was concluded ht would add Is hands gentlemen Jogging to the covert continues the writer you may notice one fine horse the owner tully equipped throwing Its handlelanother third snorting and prancing about all over the place Why is this 801 Simply because the rider of neither ot them Is possessed with the divine gift ot hands THE BEES STING An Ugly Weapon Something Like a Three Bladed Sword The bees sting Is made up of three searate lances each with a barbed edge and each capable ot being thrust forward Independently of the others I The central and broader lance has a hollow face furnished at each side with a rail or bending which runs Its whole length On the back ot each ot the other two lances there Is a longitudinal groove and Into these grooves fit the raised beadings of the central lancet Thus the sting Is like a sword with three bladesunited hut sliding upon one anotherthe barbed points of which continue to advance alternately Into the wound going ever deeper and deeper ot their own malice atoro thought after the Initial thrust Is made It Is a device ot war com pared to which the explosive bullet Is but a clumsy brutality Yet this Is not nil To make Its death dealing powers doubly sure this thorough minded amazon must fill the bait of her triple blade with a subtle poison and so con trlvo Its sliding mechanism that the same Impulse which drives the points successively forward drenches till whole weapon with a fatal juicer From Tire Lore ot the Haney Bee by Tickner Edwnrdes The Weather House A very ingenious contrivance for toretelllng the weather Is the old tllsh toned weather house largely made In Switzerland It Is arranged In such a way that two figures act In response to the twisting ot a piece ot catgut The material supported by a wIre con trots the niovenients ot n little platform on either end ot which Is placed a model Excessive moisture In the air causes time catgut to twist and turn the platform round so that the man emerges from one ot the doors In the front ot the house Reverse conditions ot the atmosphere brlllg about the con traction ot the catgut and the plat form swings back thus bringing the figure ot the woman Into prominence nt her particular door The making ot- n weather house Is quite nn easy mat ter Spoken English Very Good From an advertisement ot a Danish hotel The hotels charmingly sltun- tlon surrouned ot n trice garden the good cuisine the klndty accomlJloda- tlon with moderate charge nllll good cOn03unces with easy occasion for salnmtr and trout fishing the ascend lug ot the surroundlllg mountains has done this place wellknown and praised of all uaclhls N nThe landlord is smkeu English very IoodLahore Civil nod Military Gavotte Sufficiently Occupied A story Is told of n colonel In Gen oral iees division In the into civil war who iOnlfJtlllws indulged In more applejack than was good for him Passing hlul one eveiing leaning against n tree the general said- Goad evening colonel Come over tomy tent for a mornent please- S s cuse me ggenral sscuse me replied the colonel Its bout all I can do to stay where I awlPhilad- elphia Ledger The Right Foot Foremost rutting the rIght toot foremost was- an old Iloman ordination originally regulatlni the entry ot persons Into a house or other building and based upon the supposition that the left was unlucky A boy was kept at the door to see that no one entered the house left toot first The phrase quoted la thus teen to be very antique It is the wise bed that makes the till toniUeLucal r Licensed to Wed Marriage license since last report W A Johas Nelson to Panlina SmW- Ceralvo Emory Q Sebroeter Hartford to Pearl E Thomas Hartford Ansel i r c WJISQo ltoslne t0t hl1wy A 3lfiaube t ganSprlaga4ck I4 EaDujvq1Oktt- to Lydia Salters con RuI Io esOd 7Fiutor d ro ciirinrJbKific BU fold Alva 3o utl4rl anmlnss to- Una F viJ and L cHQnry Liras 1Y KIng Duron tQ ora U3110 aLtuEI1u toro Ed Kirk Forrlavll etti Mnry A Redden Fotdsvihle 04 W Hunter Ekhols to Arremt Guy Brverl tmt- S E Hunter Smalllious to EtnlU1 n Ross Cententowa Duuyan T Lee Rocllester to ColuChlUU11n Pentad A E Ellis Hartford to Joaephhe A Mhgan DuCord Re Hall Doover Dam to Rosa Legrimd Beaver Dam Mar shall Jtesga Hartford ti Katie lieU Whlttnker Hartford To the Public A great dettl of comment Is now got g onn allover the county over tte od- vertisement for back taxes whIch tao been recently made by an Audltor agent understand that some suggoe Lion has been made that lam Insln way connected with this movement and I desire to say that such statement or suggestron is absolutely with out foundation I did not suggest to matter nnd did 110t know that it vtasln contemplation and am having no connection with It whatever except as It comes to my office In an official WilY and In a way oer whio1 I have no control Respectfully W S TINSLEY ca C c Program Ot Cromwell Magisterial Dlstrlct Sunday School Convention to be hold with Hickory School Nov 22 1908 130 to 330 p m Call torder and devotional exercises by District Prea N D Davis Welcome address bYDI Geo H Smith Report of district officers for past year Winning tile Parents to the Sunday School bY E W Ford President County AsSo ciation Nomination and election ot officers How to Build up a Sun day School by P D Twtddell County Superintendent of Organization Question Box Offering for State County and District Work Tile Teaching that Touches and Tells bY Prof L N Gray Adjourn promptly at330All persons interested In bettor Sunday Schools are expected to take port in the work Everybody wo come Notice Trustee Sate In the district court of the lfulted States for the Wlrteru Dttrlct of Kentucky Owen boro Division In tile 1I111r of Joint A SL OJr Bankrupt As trustee or tle bankrupt Mato- 1n tile above ttyed cause I will on Tuesday Nov 24 1908 lit 2 ocloCk p In on tile premises or the lmankTUp- tJubn A St Clulr tit Conterwwn Kentucky sell at public nucllou to the Oighest and best bidder the foiowiag- property belcngtng to tee bankrupt estate towit One Mule 3 Horses 1 Log Wagotr and Ciuiins about 800 Cross Ties and a lot ot open accounts Tnue Ladd property will be sold for cash In laird and all sales will be made subject to oho upprowa ot the ctmrt unless tile pImmerty britags three fourth or Its sIpprtked value YANCY L MOSELEY Trustee Tmis November H 1908 M H E to be Completed Ttcre Is a Itmlght tip out that the- M H E Railroad is to belUsued to tornplet on between UUItford and Miudlsenville and that contracts wl1 be uwurdul utoneetO finish the gTlde- on t4iis lwrt or rite ltne TlL1s means that tnuII9 will ho rullultlg over the entire road by mldsummornext year It Is riot thought likely toot any rolls wit be put down this winter us the L N nauroad Campony has had some unfavorablyexperlenee inwtnte track laying Piro grudo Is practically c lOplt botweea HtI11totJ and 11Ite el and to ntlju on tits lianta- fto Pte l In bo JIld ut h aY th eihe halt work 10 bo duce by t eaelEVa- soroo will be ntnpotea ht aWut ten- tUys m two weeks on tlte llliid of M1 F Wlhrtae bout treo miles easti of town He Would Return Mnrlow was three years old One day his mother said to hIm Now Marlow you may go outdoors to play for awIIII but It I see you cissbrg the street to play with thatnuughty little boy Willie Burr again Ill give you a hard hart spnnking half no hour later the mother looked out lifter her boy and saw idw playing with WIllie Burr She raised the window and tolled with forced gentleness Marlow come hero to mel I Marlow came but as lie did so he turned to hlscompanlon andsaid You stay wlght here Willie Im doln In to det spanked Ill be wIght backDellneator Catching Rats The best way to catch rats is to pnt any animal substance well perfumed with oilofrhIum Into a trapsThis Induces then to enter and even draws theta from nconl14er ble tone u theyre ettremelfp l to tbia oil Anounce of 4umw- ID cost you 150 ceata Catnip t9ii cat 1anothingilk rhodlstsito artoit oB- of rltodiaw 1lB4detro nI syee1edef biMweed and la tap is oeMta 7 New York 1n rr tI ft rt I i tJc 4HERBERT Hlntauvd1eofhome rof ter rot inb W lf9rC- 9r1ey JIerhIwi ml wilt IeM- Karus prove cdnC2tiuy rpbrniug She died achristran death junking all a- rangeenoats I for ter burying Sbh WaII a member of the Providence Metho- AJst s church Davls Co She leavee a sister Mre Den Coroy tied toWI brothorsauy Illntonot this lncep ant John Hinton pt Rentl3r yflss Mary Chambers Js spendln the Week at Dtacktar- dIie8e Emtnu Did Sue Miller o- Owensboro ttnd Dora Helm peUvDle are visiting Mire oo Miller The young prtople had a poundpart at Arthur F ordsatturday night D A Miller and Gorden Herber were In FordsvUe yesterdoy John Hinton Rende JD sick Herbrrt Haynes ofWflruston was here Saturday night WhInery Miller of Habit visite d his Uncle Mr Ed Miller Sunday Mils Birdie Barnett ot Doanfleld is the guest of her sister kiss 1at tie Darn lt ROCKPORT Nov 15We have hada glorious meeting here It was conducted bY- Eidem J M Woodcock and J D Jag gore They are both grand Preachers There were about twenty converted and twentyfour joined Union church No1 Eighteen were baptized The religious awakening has been general and much good has been accomplished Brother Woodcock closed a revival at Echols recently and organized a church therewith a hundred members They will commence We erection ot a neW church at once Brother Woodcock Is good man and t good proaeher and Is won lIked by every bod- yAttention GAR Word line been received by Prestnu Morton Pot No4 O A R that the Departtnent Commander 3rl1nt Dodgd will meet with the Post Monday Nov 30th at 9 ocxock 1110 All members are urged to be Present and the soils ot veterans ttre also Invited to attend as well as nil old soldiers who may not beong to the O A n Tile bule tin which has been Issued by tIle depart meat commander cOICS with the following paragraph Comrades ot rbe Grand Army I beseech you to see tit that there are two other nourishing patriotic socetles In your place One should bo either a womans relief corp or a circle ot ladles of tlle O A n The other n camp ot sons ot veterans The one will aid and cheer while the- O A R exists The other will keop oUr memory green when we are gouo Act now Missionary Society Progrom The annual Tllllnksglving meeting 01 the Womans For lgn Missionary Society will bo held at the Mfettadis Church Wednesday evening Novembel 25th at 730 odock Time public I- scordlaly invited to attend Program SongScripture reading 24th PsalmMrs S A Anderson PrllyerIri J T Mllle- rMlnutesMl8 W H Burnes Music Roll Call Items ot interest concerning rtsslom by presidentMrs J S Glenn Anthem The Laymen Moyemen Judge mine- S Glenn Reading Dirs J H D Carson RemarksRev Virgil Elgin RecltatlonMiss Annie Allen Elgin ReadingJudge John D Wilson Solo Shp Z Wayne Griffin Offering BoaedieUtinI Irs JOHN T MOORE Mrs S A ANDERSON MISS 3ARY TAYLOR Committee Estray Notice Ernie Curtis ot the town of Rock port Ky states under oath that on the 29th lay or September 1908 lIE loop lip a stray cow that had broken Into his field Described Df follows dark brlndo In color about ten ycu old weight about 850 Ot 900 pounds Swnllofork and underbit In rIght cur crop and slit In left ear dehorned Valued at 1800 by M WhIte 0- 1ROctl10rt Ky D M WHITE ERNIE CURTIS Subscribed and Jjworn to by Emil Gurtls and n M Widtebeforo me this thlrtynrst day of oct i908- 15t J H MItES J pac SMALLNOUS Nov 17Mire Kate Hawkins hn Mr Flan Wallace Hartford were tlu guests or Miss Ethel Hunger Baturda night and of Mr and Mfrs Ray Ad dington Sunday Rev R D Bennett filled his regu lar appolntlnent at Equality Sunday- S E Hunter and 1d4s era Roes Centertown Were married Sunday b Roy RD Bennett A reoeptfan woo gtventhent by the grooms Meter 9J- O Drake Those proven were Mr- sac Mrs E Htaittetl ever Mi Beaa Ne11 Ca p6eil 10e8terte1fB- BYtetiH etM lllesets RoT paA- c A t j J r r A 1 n IIIIIMAI1N liWAM11MAMiIAN T r I IsKIRTVS 1 c All thats n W cot I rect and fashionable will be found in this section Youll find here at your disposal i t the pickfrom several of the most repute ble manufacturers in this country We lookespeciallyafter the quality of the fabrics used in their manufacture t h e I class of workman shipand we see to it that none but the best and latest styles are bought and offered to our trade Having an enormous outlet for this class of merchandise you can see a much greater vaIriety here than anyone else pan show you You will not need any better demonstraI tion of the force of these statements than a brief inspection of our skirts We have a skirt to suit you at the price you want to payWe Show them at each 2 3 4 5 6 750 850 and 10 E P Barnes Bros- tBEAVER J DAM KY 1VYVMMAIN IAt rMtrNAAYbNyM don Rockport and Rufus Ross Conner townMr John Lewis was called to the bedside of Ills daughter who Is dangotr ously ill at Plttsburg wife near theirtbrother Mr Alva Qalowuy recently Mr John Nation and Mr Alva Cal loway went to Livermore Wednesday Mr Fred Boope and family wem toguests of ads mother near Cernlvo Saturday nod Sunday Stewlamas Overlon and Caloway accompanied Mrs Oldham to Beaver Dam last Wednesday and dined with the family ot Rev G H Lawrence IStatementmills sAn certify that Mr Sam oA Anderson Is in nowise cOl1n ted with time laud tales being conducted by myself as revenue agent for theShutu and he Is no relation of mine whatever The law fitmof Barnes Au derson leas no connection with the and sale bang conducted by myself and is nowise Interesredl11 thesame This November 16 1908 HOLLAND L ANDERSON 18t2 Auditors Agen- tBMZETOWN T Nov 18The dobmittug Society Is progressing nicely Nero wits a large emwd present Friday nlglit Mn H K Jamrr S rind wife have sent to Bowling Green on a visit C E Smith of Hartford Candidate for County Attorney waS in town Qnp withlidondsrs31 S IlagtlUlu and Bernard Felix WI- In town Thursday Wlnson Smith Candidate for Mhg- istrater In the CromYelJ District wan In town Stitutday Rev Jack Soodgrnss filled his regu- iar appointment here Saturday and Sunday Ho will begin u protruded meeting here the firstSunday In Do comber assisted by Roy J D Burch Warren James and wife of DuUet county vWled relatives bore Saturday lndSund y- TWAlcl1uadyI was In Canoyvllle a few days iast week P I1SJno White and children visited relatives at Spring Lick lest week Several from this place went to Wal nut Trove lueOOay night to organize a Woodman Lodge Dr Allen and Chas Rogers Crom- y Wen were In ourinidst bird hunting hlojlt1ay t WYSOX 1- t Noy 1111188 llserlYlipeat Np DmiveHlorti1es t f night with Mrs Robt Paytonr Little Miss CUfla Lee Nelson Is on the sick list tIrs Ruler Elliott wbo has been visiting friends and relatives In this communrtyreturned to Rockport lMs n day Pearlie Baggerly spent Monday with Mira Sabra Nelson Mr Hiram Drown Is on tine sick list Ms Tom Kennedy was the guest of Mr R Y Davenport Mrs Shelby Nelson und Mirs pearl Davenport went to Rqcllester Friday shopping I tr Torn Vldkk and wife visited his brother Mr ManuellWdlck otDread wny Saturday and Sunday Mr Walter Payton and Mr Robt Kennedy spent SoturolY night and Sunday with Mr Charlie Cox I Notice Notice Is hereby given tint the undersigned will on Mbn day January 4W 1909 apply to time Hon W D Tod- tor Judge or the Ohio County Count for and move said Court to make an- i order appointing tllltC commissioners t rJustloosagreeable to Kentucky Statutes sect tlon 1082 This November 12th 1908tR D MARTIN lC P KEOWN T JONES f tjotice Republicans fqrtheMagistrate and ConstnblearOl1o fled to meet the under signed tee at the Court house Ky Friday Nov 20th SubCommltI a mat vhlth time will drew for posltlon on the ballot for the coming primary election and the election officers challengers Jo servo will be selected Time InspeotorsnndIrequested to agree Uon officers lnepecors for each weclnct It submit the Same to the sub cwmnltttee w vthatr ducting the prfmaryelectlon Is amhll and therefore each magistar t I vlll be I fapportloaedthat ottlae from erch1 district MG iHUIil Uuuy 4t U kAOAND e f i JL dAV K1I c M BJIrYY t t J J JF11- A3fi a t