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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4- I r s l iI 4kH tt ftqtublicasri j A 0 ri D 1 I 1 f t Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEopLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year yot XXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27 1908 No 19a JUDGE HALES BODE IN SERIOUS TROUBL List Democrat in Auditors Office Charged With Padding Claims Frankfort Ky Nov 21 rant for the arrest of Judge Pt B Doe claim clerk in tile CharlesI ment of Public Accounts was today upon the charge of pilsappro tli rOllbw1lng thUU18I1ndsof claims and other warrants of like character hands which passed through hisI The short Investigation made bY SUite Inspector and Examiner M H Thatcher shows that speculation have been going on for a number oi years but Is Impossible yet to tell what the total amount will be Booe is one of the best known Dome CMs In the State adeacon in theI Christian church and Exated the Frankfort Lodge of Elks He was DemoIemtlcBO tho Republicans took charge of the State government they retained him Ir his position to Instruct the clerks In details in the Auditors department- A sensation was revealed When suit was tiled by Auditor James in the Franklin Circuit Court this afternoon seeking to secure SSO which had been discovered that Booe had obtain ed by padding warrants vouchers etc since the first of January when James took charge of the department Meanwhile State Examiner Thatch er bad been busy and had found evi dence of collections during the pre ceding administrations and until eacli account has Jnedleplute 1y it will be impossible to tell how tar back his peculations extend When confronted with checks made out to flctlclqus parties endorsed by fletI clous names and with second en dorsements and fits own he said it must be an error but as the evidence piled up he admitted that It looked like he got the money but he said he would pay it back to the satisfaction of the officials A conference of hIs friends was held with Auditor James and assurance was gaven that what ever is due will be made good A large number of his friends have called to see him at his home tonight and he seems more cheerful but he is plainly under JL heavy nervous strain and his friends will try not to give him any further chance to take lira life State officials when asked this aft ernoon what first led them to suspic ion that Judge Booo had been guilty of alleged Irregularities replied that the number of vouchers for amounts Against the State which he had cashed lied given rise to rumors These vouchers were made out in the nainos of men other than Judge Boone yet his indorsement was on the backs of most of them Many of these checks were cashed in groceries in Frankfort and a State official and others had been cashed by Judge Bobe in banks Sometimes in attempting to cash these vouchers he would object to indorsing thme hmlself on the ground that they were as good us checks and that the indorsement of the man In whose name they were made out wad sufficient Demurrer Sustained Our readers will remember the pub lication in these cphjmssome months ago of a suit filed by Dr JV B Baird formally of Ohio county but pow liv 1ng in Oklahoma against Ohio county for a large sum oi money alleged to be duo 971 a note given by the late Judge John P Morton and Esq George Martin aa commissioners In 1893 There were two notes given at thstime jmd the uty claims that only one of themji w4sfor considers tion and tha Qia other should nave been destroyed nt the time Its feol leotibn was ver Bought until recent ly Thaiiiiftwaa edln the Federal Court Owenaboo and Dr Bahxlls represented by atjprjneya Little and Slack Ol ocoaHty to represented by- aUoraeytt E v 4WpaiwaMhM It vr1a tT u Aida- haurref t111e Iealivrg tYefstit w Kt wdf rrchteritlW taco IalruJIii rIt Cued T- u t t 1 matter rested until last Saturday who atorneys for the defense were notified by the clerk of the Federal court at Louisville that the demurrer 1iadbeo1 overrued Whereupon they hud llre pared to answer but on Sunday the received additional notice from tle clerk informing them that the Judg hue rescinded the order overruling the demurrer and had set the caSe for further argument on demur i t Owensboro last Alionday morning At this time the court sustained the demurrer and gave leave to plaintiff t amend but Indicated in his ruling sue requirements as will make it Imposs tile for tho plaintiff to make a satisfactory showing on his amended pe tltlon and this virtually ends the case in the belief of the attorney for the defense Tie county is to be congratulated upon this turn In a suit which at one time looked st rlous on account of the death of a number of the witnesses who were familiar with all the details of the transaction and who alone could hay furnished satisfactory explanation If the two note- sFAVORS GRANGE IN REVENUE LAWS Esquire W S Dean Wants To Relieve Innocent Tax Delinquents To the Republicans of Ohio county For the past four weeks I have witnessed so much confusion and distress among citizens nf OlJloo1 brought abou by recent advertisements of land sale for back taxes by Auditors agent Vudersbn many ot these extending back m th years that I have decided sqtiletijing is radically wrong with our present Revenue law or ut least this feature of It Almost all of the people effected are Innocent put chasers and had rested easy In the belief that their land tiles were good In my canvass for the nomination tor Representative I have had occasion to discover much of the distress occasioned by this effort to collect these back taxes arising from sheriffs sales years ago If nominated by my party rt the coming primary election and iltcted to the General Assembly I pledge myself to introduce and work for an amendment to this law which will require the State to make these ales within five years after the land has been bought in by the state for taxes I think this will prevent alums intlrey Innocent purchasers from be ng put to the inconvenience and disturbance which it is possible to occasion under the present law RespectfullyW DEAN A Warning to Candidates Rosine Ky Ifov 18 1908 We the undersigned Republicans of loslne voting precinct believing In- the wisdom and honesty of purpose of the County Committee of Ohio county In calling on the Commonwealths Attorney and County Attorney to prose uto any candidate for using money or whiskey or other things of value to secure his nomination in the coming Republican primary flee 5 1908 and In order to aid them in this good Work for honesty and fairness in elec Lions in Ohio county we pledge ourselves to work and vote against any candidate that comes into this pre clnct and uses money or whiskey or allows his friends to use money or wills key or other things of value for ilmsof or any other candidate before said primary and we call on the Hart ord Republican to publish this petl lon as a warning to all candidates of heir fate In this precinct It they do tot abide by this petition- C F Wallace Chairman Edward force J Thomas Allen W C Earp K T Tucker Dr A L Schanzenbach er N G Campbell J W Crowder J 1 Watson R M Wright E G Atclil on Luther Johnson Steve Kendall J P Leach FJaey Nimmo C W Royal David C Allen C W Crumea D Campbell JA Campbell W0 Stew srfj C E Raley iWF Sandefur John ohnston Laten WUsonJ C WJlsonS IQSwlft Herman D Otto J R WllBpn AJ-ioe toy J H C Wright J A Rag lnd WH Watson JWJ Leach W 1 Pierce J H Logston E T ra g- Jo 1 l Wfllfasai Jon A poodmaur- dy lfatos 9 warrenWL Leach fiJ LedohrH crowderrJ A- 4yIe Geor6eTiylior Qettle oe l- r rHuivey Cum itHdKJe a+ Pultardi Yh Cox Cw Edwmrito 2 li her e 1 AN APPEAL TO OHIO COUNTY REPUBLICANS Fordsvllle Ky November 16 1908IRepublicans of Ohio making the race for county judge I have tile ultimate good of the Ropub llcau party at heart If I believed for one moment that my nomination would hurt the party for which I have always stood and whose principles so dearly love I would withdraw from the race at once It has been one of the ambitions of my life to be able to serve my fellowman and to this end I have striven hard to prepare myself that I might be a blessing to others I started out a poor Ignorant boy I educated myself with my own money made bY my own hands and after completlni a course in school I took up the study of law and have been admitted to pntc tIce in the courts of this Common wealth My parents were poor but pious Early in my childhood they InstlLed into my Mart the principles for which I now stand I was taught that to be great was to be righteous that an upright life Is tine foundation of right thinking and correct conclusions that the man who takes the name of God in vain Is a law breaker and is that much unfit to bo nu officer of the law above all others should serves the people and that an officer of the law above oil others should be a temperate man with all tie word implies This Is now my conception of what an officer should be and ii- I did not think my lire at least ap proximated this standard I should not be offering for office My record is now open for inspection The yea pie of this county have a right to know not only my public but my pri vate record for as Is the private indi vidual so will be tho public servant If In my private life you find any thing not In keeping with the fore going It Is your duty as good citizens to repudiate my candidacy On the other hand if you find that my past life warrants your confidence and vote I am sure you could not support any one who will appreciate it more than I or who wilt strive harder to give good service- I not only stand for principle but I am for progress I want to see our county advance ns it has never ad vanced before When came to Fords vllle four years ago I found the town full of cud rickety plank walks I began advocating concrete walks and I lade a contract with Mr Marks of Hartford for such a walk In front of arty prop erty As a result of that contract Fordsvlle has more concrete walks than any town of its size within my Candidates Draw for Po sitions On last Saturday the Republican can dldatea for nomination to the various county offices i met with the subcommittee at tire Opera House In Hart ford and drew for places ori the ballot for the coming primary It was perhaps thettaireetaittsd most satisfHC tpry ditrwtcgrWltoteyprtook placa- o eaek aa oocasenaBeglHninejwt lieprpeerhtailve Y iJket varlqueyOUL- oe werRZeaNedT by 4tbCj 18 1If roII oa paper R t numbers IWr4lIIIeati8gtheavm knowledge und the good work con times I do not think I am chlmlnj loo much when I say that to mj efforts ns much cs any other per sons is duo the splendid school that FordsvHli Is now having As many ur you know Fordsvlle has had sctioo troubles and infinitum but now we ure leaving one of the best schools in the county I am advocating an Improved road system for Ohio county We are spend Ing money enough s I see it to put cur roads in good condition It it were done in a systematic way We have practically no road system We arc merely playing at road working We have suffered nearly all our neighbor ing counties to surpass us on the proposition of good roads There Is no one who can promote good roads as much as tine count Judge can and wa can not hope tc wale much progress along that line uness we have a Judge who Is fully aroused on that subject I know what good roads are how they are made and what they mean to the people after they are made and if elected I shall promotcat every opportunity improved road system for Ohio county In asking for office I am not pleading my poverty I started out as poor as any man have educated myself paid for me a home and have saved some money besides and urn now 3i years of age If this is to bo con ftltlered to say the least of it It shows ability to do something and do we not need men of ability to fill our offices They should not be fit ed with beggars lest In a short while the county turn beggar Our officer were hot created because some people need offices but because tile people need officers and ho who serves the people best Is he who makes the best officerThis Is a business matter and should be treated In a business way It you think after investigation that the In terest of the people will be best served by electing me your next count Judge I snail very greatly appreciate your vote and Influence if you think the welfare of tie peopo demand the election of another I have no right to claim your support and without sulking I suall cheerfully and loyally support him whom you choose tc name as your candidate on the 5tti day of next month With kindest re gards and cordial greetings to you all I am very truly yours- J U WADE ber of candidates for the offl ce were rolled and placed in lIttleI tin tubes which bad been borrowed from the Circuit Court Clerks office and which are used for drawing mem bore of the juries These Httio tube were then placed in a cigar box well inItimberballotno b dIbr ithsone C had dralia11t tttthht day th6r1Wing proceededufRtall the + wraAlArtft I were placed on the ballot aadi each and everyone of them expressed entire satisfaction over th fulrnesH open and aboveboard manner in which It was conducted We print the torn of the ballot In tIlls issue to show our readers the position which the vn rlous candidates have drawn Of course the candidates for Magistrate will be changed in each Magisterial district There was 001une candidate for Circuit Court Clerk Surveyor and Coroner and only one candidate for Constable In the county rend that In the Cromwell Magisterial district The committee also appointed a list of election officers which Is composed of the very best men in the county from a list of names suggested by the candidates Thus the preliminary wor for the primary has been perfected seemingly with entire satisfaction to noIi not be conducted In the same satisfactory manner so that In the end while there will necessarily be disappointment and defeat for IUlyllneI now with the voters in each precinct to see to it that corrupt practices are I not allowed that the man who attempts to purchase or bribe voters shall meet with swift und vigorous prosecution and that every cuiidkliite receive and have counted for him every vote In every precinct to which 1e is entitled Nothing short of this he will satisfy the people and a ticket nominated bran other method will have difficulty In the final ejection notwithstanding the seeming secure majority whleih we have in the county JUST FOR FUN GIRL SNAPPED A PISTOL AT Man She Was to Wed and Bullet Brought Sorrow to The Happy Trio Louisville Ky November 22Trag city was cast over the life of Miss Ida Reinhardt a twentyyearold work ing girl here today by the killing of her sweetheart Girth Spencer aged 24 by her hand It was a new phase of the old story Didnt know It was loaded and as a result plans for a wedding in an humble little Fourth avenue flat here are ended forever Spence was a prosperous merchant of Owen Ind and ifs family Is among the most substantial in the town He came to Louisville yesterday f complete plans for his wedding with Miss Reinhardt This morning at the girls home they were discussing their plans when the tbenit ran to weapons of protection for lone women and Miss Reinhardt brought out a 32callber pistol to show Spencer took out two loads with whichI the gun was equipped and about All snapped It playfully and then Spencer put back the loads Miss Relnhardt failed to see this action and when Spencer returned it to her she snapped the gun several times no one paying any heed At the third click there Was a report and Spencer sank back dying with a bulet through his heart My God youve shot melle gasped TIe girl only moaned a reply and before Spencer died he told her that he knew she had wounded him by aC cldeut and that he forgave leer After a consultation with authorities here the girl was released and her mother warned to watch her lest her frantic sorrow led her to end her life The Way They do Things at Murray Kentucky Paducah Ky November 19Twon- ty five young men and women pupils ot the Murray Ky High School were suspended from schol for violation of the blue laws S pretty schoolmaam who chape roned them on a possum hunt TheroIsocial recreations more I I once a mon h during the school year young men callers even being proscrib ed for that period The party however slipped out one night under the protection of the pretty school maam and when the story looked out the Sonified trustees held a iJpeclallessto and made examples of the recalci I tracts who celebrated the next night by entertaining their friend atapoe sum supper that being the brdalnd night tot social Intercourse t- t t SATISFACTION IN BURLEY DISTRICT About 14000000 to Be Paid Kentucky Growers Of the Weed The big deal between th Amrlcaa Tobacco company and the Burley Tobacco society Ccr the 100C and a part of the 1907 crops of tebacoowhich ihas been ftanglng fire for several weeks was closed at Louisville last week The price agreed on In the transac tion the largest of Its kind ever put through Is an average of 20 cents for the 190G crop and 17 cents per pound for the 1907 product Tfte deal Involves nearly 80000 000 pounds of tobacco held in pnl by the Burley Tobacco society and the outlay something like 14000 000 on the part of the American To bacco company practically all of this money being placed in circulation at once In Central Kentucky Tlhe tobacco sold Includes the larg er part of thie Burley Growers as sedation which was formed several years ago and wbicjii iwoled its crops in 1906 and 1907 There was nb crop raised by the members of tee association in 190S ttough a number of independents raised large crops in Cen tral Kentucky under guard According to ninny who are in a position to know the sale of the pool ed crop will mark an end to night riding In Central Kentucky for tbe present at least for it is believed with these crops out of the way all growers will raise tobacco next year Tbe sale has nothing to do with the crops in the dark district or lit the Western portion of Kentucky and Northern Tennessee It develops that too chief contention before the conference of the tobacco growers and the American company was as to whether the American To bacco Company should pay f3 In out age fees ou every hogshead of tobac co purchased by tho company One of the ironclad articles In the organization of tLe Burley Ttfbacoa Society Is the one requiring any purchaser of pooled tobacco to pay to the society 3 in outage for every hbgsbead of to bacco bought The American company did not care to pay this and tout It to the last ditch LeBua and the growers stood pat and the company finally yielded It will pay 3 for every hogshead in addition to the money to be paid for the tobacco and this will approximates 300000 This money so it Is said goes to pay warehouse charges and maintaining the society Married at Centertown- Mr S E Hunter and Miss Emma Bera Ross were married at the home lDOSIceremony Kate Hawkins were the attendants Quite a number of their friends attended and they received several nice presents Tito bride wore a pretty costume of gray satin with hat and gloves to match The groom wore the usual black The bride Is the pretty daughter of Mr Jut Ross near Centertown and is highly esteemed by all who know her while tho groom is the youngest son of Mr J R Hunter and comes of a good family May happi ness attend them A Family Reunion A reunion of the family of Mrs Mary Ellis of the Alexander neighborhood was held yesterday at which includ lug her daughtersinlaw and grand children 20 were present The occa sion was an especially happy one it being Thanksgiving day and the first time so many of the family had been together in ten years A fine dint ner for which abig fat possum and a large turkey gobler were prepared was spread and enjoyed by all Schroe ter the photographer was present and a picture of the group was taken after which God be with you till We meet again wee sung and the tea tlvltles ended Those present were Stove Ellis and family Utica C H Ellis and family Sturgli Ernest Ellis and wife Everett Ellis and wife Hartford Howard Ellis and family Golden Colorado Wayne Ellis and famIlY nd SanT Ellis Haflfor The Blfli family vr pVeBfcnt our best citizenry tndthelrmany friends wish tbMtheytmay liyij to enjoy many more sucS occasions b S v ra rx Irt 1 e WSBUDGET FROM tHE NATIONS CAPITOL Jhe Conservation Movement Growing in FavorA Step in The Right Dlrettion I Washington Nor 21TlJe much talkedof tnventoty of We Nations iroources Is now practically completed To consider the material it bits mrousl together the X1tloDul Conser ratlan Commission has jUt announced its first ful meeting for Tuesday December I to wasHington At that meeting UlC first steps wiIl bo taken toward putting too tangible shulle the resul6 or tto six months hard work on taking stock of the courtrS wat ors fares s lands and matHlals Ono week later after the Contmis slon has gone over time inventory It rill hold a join meetig in Washing ton wltlt the Governors of the States- and Terri cites or their represonta- tlros At this meeting tile fnveit Ory will be further discussed and the re port wlicllt the president has request ed the commission to make a hum by January 1 will ho olI1uhiterl With Jess than six months In which to make the inventory the four branches into which the Commission Is dtvld- ad aided by the oopemtlon of the Government departtuen s have brougk together wlat Is probably Ue mOlltl useful collection of fats about material things on which national in- dus y and progtes tie U11td that las ever been taertlled at one tune Reports presenUpg tee facts and palJUug out Vreir slgatfseance have Lan iwopttre Tbese repMrs SUIl- l21Wtzed aid tndeX6 vtil ba submit- 1t1 tIC the Comua uti I coning meeting All through tE rute FrA1 Intent In the eork rl objt+ t ut e OoJlbtrYltJlan Conants ou Jill been- grouting Tile public ts curt well lwstetl- tin IsubjtC of wLic only it hew pee m1Hs hd knowledge MIttt time of- tire Conteronce of GunHIt mind ex- JJort at the Will o HUh in Iluy Tire Governor cerflcd a a pint ot the oooferelice home with t1f1n to their ottn people and have kept things proving ever sinco ly IIJ1Oint1ng Sate Commisslons to study oval problems 1t writing and i peaking upon the uhloot or cormservatoa and by keepla- In close and helpful oUCh lvith the National Commisffon They aTe read to take part in Vie ulllfoching point- uoeting Tile bare aneouucement thitt- It hndbeea set for Daoember 8th resulted In a number of Ceptwelo beta conl1l1lS1s1onWlten t10 c moement wits started sptrlf1C iiiforiiiiJoi about rho uotusl Halo of our rorvmces Wlll party wlindng paJ1ly itaccosslblt Certain facts were broadly known 1 wasat least unquot1onnltle tliat ou- resourees bud been wastefully used and tha some of thorn notably the miiie were sure In time to be corn lJetely exllltuited wLllo others for teYamllle the forests could still b- Iej perpetually uroful ly rigltman- ageme t Tile nnol work was to The fuolJ to atow exactly wiut the slumtlon was and low It eon d he fun proved by measures ut would work Without an is yea 01If the rt- ource3 which sbuuld stow tie hires net condition of the resources mind tme arty J u develop tbt11i to ate best ad- Vantage conservalloa was in flange- of staying up In the 1lri- Dut l1e work Is now practically done The faottJ are them In dollars stn- eenrli tons of coal board feet or tlnt bar nerofeot and horsepower of water acres or land And tie PosIblt reform measures lave Lean weighed The final report In tie IIeldet will far the necessary flUlllemlut to th addresses w time White House Coufom- teace The note of tlusee addresses was note ot warning The rllIIIt is eX peoted to siww bat the wunllng rau3- be heeded It the oxhaustfuit of natura I resources Is not one day to lmpoverlsl the nation find it will also undoubted Jy bring out how thin COlin rys re ctOurces can he doooped su us to las the longest possible tlmo and ser The grates good ot the people For Sate We have about 70 acres ot good Qarm landon the Harts Ford roadone and half miles from SunnYdale direct Jy on the lit U E It n Good dwelling and out buildings Nice 3oung orchard and abundant supply ot freestone water 75 acres at Davidson Station on the Owensboro branCh of the I C R R thJ 1 acres fine bottom land will grow YiE or SO bushel corn to acre Iii acres ci rolling land very fertile 1woflne rlriga everlasting water bounded on ttlvs South by rough Creek Dwelling story and half elght rooms new located South side Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable BARNETT SMITH Agents If She WouldDoas Mother Ds- A young man presented an esgage I i H i J t mont ring to a lovely girt he hud won with the remark I am poor but yot manage ns moth or IdotS and wan get along nicely The young lady lnvestt- igated bow mother managed She was a wife a mother a IwusckttOller a busl1cs manager hired glrlalnund- re cam rs8 a mender and patcher a dairy maid a cobk a nurSe ildtch- on gardner und a general slave for u film I y ot five S 1 Works trout rive In tlJe morning until ten at night and l ahnost wept when I kIssed her handI was so bar and wrinkled and corded unit unkies- od When 1 saw her polishing the stove carry big buckets of water and great armfuls or wood often splitting the hitter my heart falcd UIO and it is noodles to any time ring was returned if till wlfo must drudge let the iusband share it It she must cook let Mm carry the fuel It she must scrub tfilm carry the water If she must churn let him milk the cows The girl did What every girl or sense and wls om sbould doJllzaheth town News Plenty of Exercise Necessary Plenty of regular exercise must betaken in order to keep the body In u healthy condition Any excess 9r un usual exertion however Is sure to cuss- tiffness and soreness or the muscles I and jointseTo counteract thIs effect there Is j nothing better than Soans Liniment Lay tit on lightly where tile have been a rained lt requires no rUbI beIng for It penetrates right to the bo relieves any congestion and inflamma Ilion andolULkeStl1 wuscles elastic an Scans Liniment is a great boon to athletes for It not only relieves pain and stiffness but it Is un excellent remedy for epruins cuts bruises and cramps j Mr J F Price of Tuscumbia Al- awrtes1 I1IU IIn engineer on the i Southern Road from Chattanooga to Memimphie Tenn The continued elevation of my aria upon the thro1lIeI gives It a sore feeling whoa on a lung journey and there s nohfng that wr take the soreness like Soans 11111- 1meut and I keep a bottle In my grip always Pointed Paragraphs It Is easier to catch cold than it Is to let go or It There Is rnothing eoraro as rocs beef propery done lie a good thing only for the bereft cf your fatally The day dream r is sure to attract I1ltentionwhell lte snores foill women are credulous enough to believe In their husbaifha arot lJo price card aspens to Iltt111n with I lot ot mousy is u1 ruys a great IIcpto himself And a womiman nearly always tihnks another woman Is ugly it she sotsmoothrman to sell mining stock to a miner 5uocess Is the only thing that can turn a rnans head when ho has a ri dff neck engagedtman is better 119 soon as a JtrIgets old enough to know halter she quits wearIng pins along her wale line It keeps Same inert busy postpon lag things sidesa young widow gets to aWfully monotonous dd worrying on our behalf Only those who have been up against real misery can fully app elate real happiness- Sometime u man accomplish great tIling by getting other men edu them for him 3h st men are able to get oft smart thlngtitliJnk to the luck ot ad planterstC1 a passed agO of blrthdaItoo much light ot the at fair untiltexception or bill eolloo ors and they put thong off In detlnltely When a young man goes around looking as though la hadnt a friend on earth It Is either IL cuss ot love or indigestion When a wQman has on a pretty Pair or stockings she Ie teffibl- yafrtd of getting her skirts soiled Chicago New- sWoman Arrested on Serious Charge tilts Vlrda Moore of ChrIstian coup ty i was arrested by deputy United Sntea marshal on the charge of sending obscene le item through the mall is now under bond Sho was glv en an examining trial before Hopklnsyillejury whIch meets In Owensbor ltlbnday She is accused of sea ing obeoene letters to J H Dayd or Cbrlstfanacountyr ow ELECTION OFFICtRSfluC- OMING PRIMARY if Namesof Men Who wm Conduct The primary on Deb cember S 1809 i Election otncell for Republcaa prImary to be held pe lDber 3 EAST HARTFORODudley Morris George Hickey Judges Esdt park Sheriff Marvin Black Clerk WEST HARTFPRDS T3arnelt T s larks Judges iVorUt Tlci1 Jlo Sheriff n w King Clerk DEDAHaydon Webb 1 D BetI nett Judges win Johnsun Sheriff W R Caron Clerkj SULPHUR SPRINGSW A Clark Robt Duff Jr Judgtx3 Mark RetfflJw Sheriff ABI Wedding Clerk AGANJo8ie Dwtillt Walter Mid kir Judges Thos Mldklff Sheriff Titoaias Fuqua Clerk CnmtWELLS T williams T W WaHnre Judges S 4L Stevens Sheriff 0 1 Amos Clerk COOL SPRINGSL W Hunsaker N M Taylor Judges U L Taylor Sheriff J W Davenport Clerk NORTH ROOK PORTLewis Rogers Ernie Brows Judges T T Carter Sheriff Dr A D Park Clerk msISDLECTLuUcr Rogers Tplln H Stewart Judges O S Wtdte S eriff- Gco W Mar Cat Clerk HOUSE BRANCHLogan Awtrey- T D Prymlre Judges Isaac Ford Sheriff Vernon Crowller Clerk ROSINSW P Ssrmdotfnr C E Hale Judges crCrowder Sheriff Waltlr Ev Clerk EAST BEAVER DAtIW pTa- s m E1I Rags autgas Cludulhugc tmshlp Shelff CJt Tilylnr Olr WEST BEAVER fAaiJ 1k lV lianas Shun St thfltJUtI + rt It Stanley S oiiff Nlctoike atfClerk t1teHDNRYL Il lAne A M Smith Judges U P litcic Saeriif1- V W Duncan C erk CENTEItTO1N0 It JJlSojlt U S Fattgt JtUgos H H Divis Sel itt red Chupman Clerk SMALLHOUSJ C Hth JT Rowe Judges M p Maddox Sheriff Owcn Hun er Clell EAST FORD VILIE 1 D Howard OIt Wedding Judges H C Petty Sheriff Virgil Mu tOWS loIctlc WEST IORDSV1LLEW rrhos- Keown Aydroty Henderson JesI Dooley EsluI1ge Sheriff A P Clerk I AETAVILhEJacob XeWhn S I IhiliqsJudges Goo Vogle Sheriff Anttrew Duursn Cl ri- cSHREVDC T IVbit4inghlll T T- hI11Igl1l L Judges Late DeRoese Sheriff W A Loyd Clerk OLATONN D Whlte K C fly- ers Judges W II Lyons Sheriff EliJah Dunlel Cleric IDUFORDE C llrd Jack Kirk Judges Claude Hudson Sheriff Ed Shown Clerk JlARTLErr8a II Clllllunan Joe Elmore Judges hoary Dtulel Suerift FloYd Davis Clerk IIEFLINW M lfeflin T D Over Judges Gilbert hoover SlerfCf U S Condit Clerk- CDRALVOL A Khumel S P- Moore Judges John Duncan Sheriff J H Wood Clerk POINT PLEASANTJ II Everly Brownb0NARROWS1Vm Mitchell D P Petty Judges C C Curcer Sheriff Jesse K Miles Clerk RALPHCeo Bowman J T Iiel ton Judges Hayden Roach Sheriff Leslie Greer Clerk- PilENTISLeander Worley Es 11- Tayor Judges C C Dennis Sheriff Thurman Taylor Clerk- HDRBERTGrant Mlclk1t N L- Deavln Judges O T Durdette Shier Irt 0 C Re Clerk IARNOLDJ I Dyers James Albin Judges C C Parish Sheriff J r- Shutz Cler- kHENDERL Frances Sam James Jr Judges wm Hull Sheriff Alex Rhouds Clerk 3h S UAGLAND C M DARNETT Committee C7A9TOR = A Bear saeThe Kind You have IOwats Bo egIr- tSfguturo 0 t4 Who He was Irvin Cobb tells a s cry Of a little negro who went into a resortln Natchez displayed II large roll of bails and bought a drink As hq was paying for it another negro camein very large itttil black Holookcd Sat the Iht e Inun Mid 6thl- NIggtIIvhar you gilt alJd moneY Bahtndab Enldt1o Uftlnegro by a cof a reply rMtiliiQk Ai- ahrai tell IL bottle of datitb stuff Pear2 quite eaUstyln tule me- Niggalt1 roared tile big urtewhar you gat dut monoy I qst you Ishe town bully lis I follow bulyint foil a trade Warr you glt 11 The little negro begun stuffing tile money back lotto Iris pocket Seems- to ule lie mused I alnt got nutf- 1oekets to hold al maIL wealth The big negro jumped It the little one You hear whet I saId Ito demanded Vs thotown bully an I wanted know whar ytpt slt nil dri money Quick us a fash the little negro uppercut theblg ono rotc4ing ltlm on tile polnu ot the jaw and knocked lilt down IIia moment tho big negro revived enough to look up fruin the floor and ask humbly Nlggub who ts you unyhow Why replied the little one blow- Ing his knuckles llst11 pumon you thought you WUZ When You come In Saturday Evening Post Deafness Cannot be Cured by local tlllpllcntlons as they cannot reach the diseased portton of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that Is by constitutional repledles- Deafnesa is caused by all Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tuW is inflamed you have u rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness Is the result and unless too inflammation can be taken OUt nod tints tube resjorei to its normal condi tion hearing will ho destroyed forever nine cases out of ten lire caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an hit coned cOlidlUon or to nut cous iUlCuceS- Ve will give One Hundred Dollars for lj case pf Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall Catnprh Cure Send fur circulate freeF T CHENEY CO Toe o 0 Sold by Druggists 7Gc rake Halls Family Pllls for constipation mu Young Men and Marriage A young luau meets a pretty fact In be ballroom fulls In love with It courts It nnarrmo It goes to housekeeping tvlfh L and boasts or laving I home ard a wife to grace It The chances are vino lit ten that ho liar not her lie has been tukou In and dOnEW tier pretty face gets to be 01tJwas oil lle wanted till e paid mitten Lion w at Ie silt up wl L all he bar bJIe1 for all lIe IJWUru to love Lour or uud protect jt gets siCk of iitrade know of It dozen pretty fuCeE- ho ilitoa be her gives up staying at home evening crJnioes himself with cigars uud politic and looks upon his home asa very inlllfferent board- Ing house Another young man becomes enamored ot IL fortune He Waits upon It to parties dances a polka with it exchanges billet doux- wl II It pops the question to 1b gets uCcelledhy It tales It to the par son weds It cals it wife carrierr It home so ti up out establishment with It introduces it to his friends and says he too fa married amid lIus home It la false He is not married he has no home And lie soon finds It out He is fa the wrong box but It is too la t to get out of it lie might as well try to get out or tats coffin His friends congra ulate him and he has to grIn and bear it- It a young man would escape these sad consequences let hIm shun the rocks Upon whclh so many have beep shipwrecked Let him disregard wholly all considerations of wmltlt beauty exeternul areompllshmellts fashion connections In socley and every other macro selfu and worldly end and look Into time mlxd and heart of the wooan he thinks of marrying if he cannot love her for herself alone hat Is for all that goes to make up her character as woman let hIm disregard every external ihdueemen and shun s marriage with her as the greatest evil to which be could be subjected And It lie has In him a s1ark ot virtuous feel IngJthe has one unselfish and generous emotion be will shun such a marriage for the womans sake aao for it would be sacrificing her t1lllness as well as his ownEx Tadpoles and Frogs The metamorphosisof taods and frogs Is ono ot bo most marvelous processes in nature and gives us a print how other animals that now Glways J1y on laid ofegnin0 out of thewntr tU all IhaL t1rhnJTs sh9W evidence oQhovingdescendcd from rwater A the young tadiole glOws the lilt frontIs1GGrbe foil beginS Id become stuall- or arid is not lust bodily but Isub sorbed probably llY tile action of rho whit e blood oruSoCpies TlJd matorlni- of which the uniris composed is broken down byte wlrltp bpQdQlllWeSa- ndehieo 1lfrcd Intob bOdy or eilowol 1l1toVe elinuletlon und 4t Clcnir into body or tile bOlYn9Cob much p the caTJlelCo hump disappears during It fast Shtoa changing from water to land doponda- mainly upon l change 1IItlc aiuttod- of breathhlS tills Is of Vile tgrelttc9t- ImpOrlanceS 6 The true gillsmeatfoocd lI1iove are covered bra f of the skiff caled the operculum Water Is taken 6utoI- tie moUth arid ussedlt ov f toe gllls and out through n hole on the left side ot tie body caIed file IlIlmcle lit the rneanthue there has grown out from the alltnunutr y canal just back cit the gLVa a pouch having Vies own blood supply wlllell twill later become thee lung As ijre tadpole npproaot1es- the time of metamorphosis the mouth bromderw the admenury cabal shortens the legs grow larger tile tail disappears and the frog Is ready to come on to the land The usoof Le lungs is no taken up suddenly Itowevo for the tadpoles have been practicing at lung breathing for seine tiro previously They came to We surface or the water and glue In all wticl they seem to need on rueount of rttc- gradui rllsallJ1eJrHnce of the glJts From 0lo Agricultural Bulletin lRevenue Stamps Must be Destroyed The ecrelary of Agrcuttur IIoJ the Seoc ttly of Teasmy w jon ly Issued ix regulation tt he reriuut tat wltelivol any lu l1ufturCs lHk ego of rOlloutfubutltI is onpty lV stall he too limy tf the persou unor- empvea t10 oomtentii QcorQl ties troy Mthly the IX pald s limp on such empty pacloige Any person living In hIs possesrclon empty renotIed baler packagos to tax paid stamps on which nave not been destroyed will be tabo Witenvy Uel- lai yowners Homo Jourattl PhiEvery married mon Is clmperoned by Ms wlflJ Thorn is no more expensive luxury In be world than gotting even There Is entlrely txoanucu rouedy- In this eousery tlm is nut applied flora Is only quo tong people like that Is goad f9r themt goa- nigits sleet- As soon IS a man discovers ale lan not reform hiinse t co be sns on tlo world Whenl dormer comes to town with a youngcolt fotiotving an old mare ire is as liloud uf L as II woman Is ot JL baby A widower whiz seven children stands a battir show matrhnonially than a spinster with beauty faintly chrracterand money Nearly every than imagines when he comes into possessin of an old and battered coin that lie las a gold mine IA mother s Idea ot as good luck alone can ask for is o oecasionaly find a paIr of stockIngs In the pile that doesnt need darning For a few Weeks after leis wlfoa den to a widower looks at women with the Indifference that characterizes a sick man But how soon lie gets over It TIle women are learning more about business matters every day but the men are not taking any more Interest in cooking It seems that In tile course or J1 few years the wo men wilt have to do evoryhlng Atchison Kansas Globe Down in KentuckY Time following edvertlsement recently appeared in n Kentucky paper NoUceKnow nil men by these presents that I Simdraclt H Arm strong have coal oil for sine at 15 cents per gallonSome say it ant good oil but I say It Is I Will also 1e your broom corn one half forte other I crush cm every Thun day by tollgate Turkeys piCked very promptly any date or the week Horse shoeing n Ipeclalltynt six bIts around Walsh und pIstol repairing gUaran teed Shoes 1aI soled whUe you wail Umbrellls fixed and ax handles made for 15cts Vii teach Southern bar mony and the tidde COlUiPlned 1011300 mo All pictures enlarged by a new process and my bet tamale and hair oil receipt go 330 days for 25 cents i Haltcut tag Only on Sat eve 20 cents a 1cad A gOQl ebrlpper cow far Also ugont or late Jones Wag011 ant lfHoist ire Turn rtEhl1th Tobacco DuMt- er Pond loots lfedieal adycrttsor lute lorn wctnineynnd my terms Isc1sl1ffrs because I KNOW you 4a- seeoodbectuse I donotknow you THE VERY BEST ItaHave any of our readers seen are rEnquirersend for a copy no par than to note its present great worthas an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by nskingits to crlticise and suggest improveI meats and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs ofa family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy j government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens and hearts are freed from thoughts of e t questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that As are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is anon sectarian sermon each week as ched by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tern poral retards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unanimous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to theENQUIRJtRcOMPANY Cincinnati O Suffering Will Not Help Your Disease but Will Weaken Your- Nerves Folks who thInk It Is better to barpain than soothe Itare wrong Oidtashloned doctors used to say Itt was better because they had 1heartparalyzlneBut now thata sate remedy bas PinItgained but weakened nerves A sate rule to remember Is When In pain take an AntiPain PlU This will soothe nee rYbywhich they differ from opium andtpar narcotic drugs which relieve pain by checking the action of the glands They are sure and harmless and are the latest medical treatment for the cure of Headache Neuralgia Backache RheumatlllJD Dizziness Toothache MonthlyPalnll plessneeIndigestion Pleasant to take quick In results AntiPainPillshave received the best results I hear ccessfuhitEvBAY backliteePain AntI Irt1 OulSpecIalista what II ronL nd to MILJ8MEDICALLABORAT01WilS J PLC OFJ1YL LOM17LItCUiL BR lre r sIXCtaoAra TELEaR 1 r Xr F rt 1f LEONS 1KDOOXKEP1ll6 iMAG AflUATfs zfcu cs fc ttr liDep tl I r 4 wf ss aQ N usu s u alr aolw a r n ft IrtrtJ II t 7 oJ u y if L a t lku4 t tr clr t rs J t 1 1 1itj i- a r trw Y F 1a R A TERRIBLE BATTLE WJTHMONSTERSNAKE w Hunters Detail a Harrowing Ex pridnce of a Duel with Hugh Reptile On Avril 27 of jn6t year Mrs W J Cookllll itEequani via Mo uudJ Bout Africa uccompankdn pnrtyof friends on a expedition In the neigh borhoodot Sequani ATlvetIEn epoint elected sOme 4Itve mUaitBa1lt niln1 the owns1tJp the party tla1utcd For some littlo time Mr Cocklin pumued tile way without incident then he suddonly espied a selnell fowl which be brought dOwn whit welw ni- Hurrying dlol over Le veldt to t1ccuic p hoWl just descending k little fall in the ground whoa to his horror be suddenly dls velcd ctat no was am on top or al urge python which uy coiled up In frontorhitn Catching eight of the startled Sportsman 1J great snake moved Its tall caught air CockUn between th try legs trlppliyg him up und be fore no could save ltltnsof he was flung a headlong into he deadly lrrcltdble 010 wltictt imme dlatey closed around his body In a vinoIlkogrip Dcspentely too hunter tried to extrlcute himself but all in vain tile python had him fastInsuc 1away that hiS arm holding his gun was pined to Ills tIde With we cold per5plratton breaking out upon his flesh Cocklin tbrowbtll self this way and th1t1 n Ii frwzy of desperation for lie realized ony too well to horrible nuture of tile death trap into which lie had walked Ho essayed to shout bopltig a make his friends hear and bring them to ills rescue but no u11sWer came to Ji8 calls no human being appeared Insight And al the time man and lnak lay there on the sunny veld too reptiles mighty coils growing always u little tighter as It endeavored to lessen its victims uugglti Presently finding the IJ1CIiUre upon his body becoming uuendonlble IllI L Coekliri gripped the snake by tie throat striving wldly w free himself Over and over thlaway and that the pall rolled the python seeking all the time to free its hideous head or tighten 1 colts sufficiently to put un end to Cocklins struggles For perhups ten to fifteen minutes minutes that Eemed like hours of tor turethis unequal terrifying fight went on and sti1 neIther had gaIned L any decided advantage the man still lived though fast in We coils or the snake which In turn though It held ItS captive seeurey Will unable to crush him outright or to rele his hold upon its Ltro tWL1ch prevented it throwing a coil rcctmgg hs neck and strangling Mm Now a pythn is so constructed hat It can exert Its crushing power to the full only when It Is able to get a leverage upon some fixed objectsay by taking a turn with Its tail around a tree Presentlyapparently realiz log that come thing of thIs kind was required to enable It to finish oft Its prisonerthe great snake alterEd its- tracttcs and commented to drug Mi Cocklin over the ground toward a largo hardwood tree which stood some distance away The roan saw and understoodthe battle was about to enter on Its last and most droadfu phase I Desperutei- 7b fought ugmtinst the snake trying to get at his knife wMclt Wits fn- hia rlghtl11md caoFoekefl wI h the Iii Ia of cutsJg tilO creavreesthroat but t his horror he found that the re1UIeE coils paSf td over tllepltco where tle weapon lay- Finding I could not get my knife said Mr Cocklin In a 1r tt 1IC1 ho wrote to the Cape Times subsequent ill1d thinking that my chvcece oft 1rrsUJlvlVlng were not very brlglt I de terinined that I would trot tfo anne I aaty that the barrel of say gus pro jected just about anlnch through lio- twccn say anti and body where the arm was pined to the side and luckily Imanaged to reach the trIgger Wi jb Jill left hand Gripping the python firmly by the th itfind hOld g ltslltcad wen Elwl11 pulled tie tugger nud the bullet fortunatelY for 1110 caught the anakl through tile blttJ It 4 rol1lXoo grIll and I got rid btnl C IISas fUt us could When I got upon my feet l put my gun down and looked for It big- shinei tqfinish tho brut with Not finding qlletI w s a1Out to put my 1otl ljead and cut its ttroutf 1 when the shakecntde Luotller attack i upon tne gettlng hold tJntcoatseov grbundiaround me butIeeca iedthem Itsf11- rotalncdilh bite on ty sleevehtlwdv or Iniadugedlto iget tity foot onII- y throat rihiclt I1etoI 1tslnoo ruI3n I called for ahr5bnsy of them heard tree tridcryywd nJUll HI saw tII tl L 441ar Ylrnxgle- and ot t Ot vim a tkouaad thus pUtllIk nnJis tf1ISYt Iltd- t I 3 l C boearotSMISi2rItBSI Are said often to be buried elx feet under gt9und But many tunics women calLon their family physicians suffering as they Imagine ono from dyspepsia anothor from heartdleease another from liver or kidney disease another from nervous pros I nothorwlLhp pats here and there and Intbfswnr they present alike to themsclVcsand their casygolnQ or over f l1rato forwblch1- heI1MUmlngthomtobosuCllprescrlbes hlspI1l8 and potions ra- all wma some uterine ntoflbelrouseuntll large blpsare de l1 erlnl patient gets nob0tte l the wrong treatment but pro ably worn r 94151 jl P eeIbytoms a prolonged miseryi t has been well ss1- dthat a known la half cured Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription T byIffeetl L I1ooteand t e a werful Invgorsititirg tonic FN- vorlte strength to theorganadlloltinCtl1feJafni work l4wornout rundown semItteseeaohopgirisbouterkeeperanursing rl1lb Dr Picrcs fs boon being uno etorativetonlcdAs o ino Favorite Pre8 and Is invalaablo in and cub daing nervous excitability Irritability nervous exhaustion nervous prostration neuralgia hysteria distressingdance nervous commonly attendant upon functional and disease of uterus It Induces refreshing sleep and despondencyDrthe stomach liver and bowels One to threo a din ltJQak tl1s candy nanoIIt seems to tae Ufa I have felt no ill ceffects from the encounter beyond being it little sHortwlnded and nerveue for IL few I days 0 How to get Strong p J Daly of 1217 W Congress S- tttcago tells of a way to become strong He says My mother who Is old und Will very feeble Is deriving Dltter1thatwho need a tonic and strengthening medicine about it In my mothers came a marked gain In fresh has re suited Insomnia has been overcomel- and she Is steadily growing stronger Electric Bitters quickly remedy stomach liver and kidney complaints Sold under guaranteee atall druggists 50e m The Value of a Surplus SurpluS to ihemanufectory 18 what seed antb fertilizer tire to the farmer It Is the business me Insurance policy A concern that has stock to sell and hat Is really to stock jobbing entel1prlse will vote Its surplus Into thedividend btil the intelligent lnreetor will 1e snore ftnpressgd with- a wholeeotne resertt taa by forced pretIlulll A reasonable surplus tit onCe suggests to all totheman seel lng for a now customer there Is many Ing tar a new customerthoii Is may recommend to houses that wish to know the goods they 5911 will be paid fOr and to the note that wlshes to foster Ito enerprlse that llnoee In control are men of experience and honesty of purpose The amount of suplas that a con cern should keep on baud must naturals ly be regulAted by 1he nature oU Its work trio amount of capital invested and the average cost of C811t Gill 11- and the average COt of opeiatlou us- flllUred during ordinary periods The are several qualifying conditionS The degreettoInto tile undertaking TlJe possibility of grcutlossI9 a feature lint must be considered ht the conduct of many legt mate Industries and this manufac- tory that MS Itls question C4 1frm Ing It must carry I ienvy JlrcolltBge of reserve even at toy Cosy or MC tiOYIwouldNo Industry way to flby pro 11141orto ho abo b render tw props services must be sure of tIle strength of tho customer I3tukers me uftenques tloned regarding heir depusitor who tho depostor knows nothiiog of It but time retult of suet act interview may have a most lh1sitlve effect on tits earnings and even ou the stnnt lug of the busin seuder discussion Henry dews In Ainericai Indus i for September A Payinglnvestment u1fr John White of 38 Highland Ave Moulton Maine says Hhve bean troubled with yvluter- and sbring Last wIii mrI triadmany advertised remedies but tile cough continued until Ibought a SOc bottle oii Kings New Discovery pfore that was half gone the cough was all sMa Thts wltitc Ui slum happyre- snitbasfollbwedandafeyibsfe bnw morn bahialdthe upriualf9vCh j DrrrKingsNowDIs lung he t ofrX1ulldt fiUarlin- ep hajh drug tetsYOct + atid1 0 Tr1a1bottl jtr r itn r 4- mA 4e Ii y DO EARLY MARRIAGES PRODUCE HAPPINESS 7 speakers DlsagreeMen Favor Early aOiI Women Advise Late Unions Marriage early or late In life IsI unwise In tact marriage at all Is un wise JC I had my way I would have K public eXOOllon block where Ii would take men and women who got iia11le and chop thtrheaas lJft i Such was the opinion of the married stat deUyeredb1 W J Helmingtthri- ieeting or the Sentiment Ciub at- Ilan Branch Public Library Laayeti e afterIfloons Continuing Helming said that bel was sorry thallMs father and mother married and that ifhe had had his ay tbey would never have theme- rff ge state At this statemenl ball a dozen young women who occupied Beat In the rear of he hall made eyes at one another and In chorus- gaped Oh- Helming next confessed 14at he was a bachelor and said that he Intended to Continue flS such He Is II slllcl for by profession lIe asked what low was and answered the question to his own satisfaction by declaring bat no one knew At this juncture lieyu Interrupted by Sherldrn Webster who asked Mm If he had over con mJ11Ilted marrying Ii girl be answered in the ragatnve Webster said triumphantly Tiler It Is rUe that you du not know what love itI- Tbe Levy of young wmorn led deo- Jlcy of applause ttul n followed tMs- decinration and it was necessary for tto chairman to rap rellcltcdly on the t3bo to rca ore order Heuahngs views were ridiculed by George 31 Jackson who snub he was In favor of early marriage JUt was convinced tint Helmlngs father and mother really did make a mistake when they married Mr Webster was the principal speak el He said that love Is the most powerful lung in tine human mind He favored early I1arriages but he dd not mean a youthful match He though people should marry wIlen they firs had that feeing between them called love Love lie IfLd it that reeling which makes brings Iii pear most beautiful and pure Tie most important act In human life tmarriage said Mr Webster But how little It Is understood and YtJr how slruille It Is Cuswm fostered by tIle church says bat the subject is one that shoud never be discussed- It it Is discussed It Is ei tert rridQ to yet1tIng to learn anything about It I rim In favor of early marriage because the are almoot always those of love The early marriage Is more often ono tt love ilIun those entered ino liter in life When Mrs M L Oranton expreesed tile opinion that girls should riot ratlr ry under the age or 20 or 25 ttere was more making of eyes on the part of the young women and exclamation of Oll L G Pope said that rule qUSlon of marriage Is un economic condition take It possible for every mall wd woman to live properly uud the UnT- rluge question will bo settled IIU said Ninety per centof the ellvOTOlBi 0111dand family I favor early mktIgtt11 urlage3 Is Gods way hug bet n 1111111118 wll be drr Web er said lie bellevt S roit- nitetwor1 saying It Is Ut like raatu- er used to make Is produoiitCjof more dtsugreelnenis between bwbands and wives which rid up to divorce wan toy ot tcrcaust Fer kJtat season Ito favored teen marrying before they tiatt Icd bra elor lWH IJcmme accustomed to reztauratmt Sore and toilet time to forget urotbers cooking Ho contended Viat wives are just as good cooks as mothers rind teld fIt tee oalditference ts that the man Wlon u boy had such u tavonous urrpolte that 1e could asslmln green tPIU1 and sawdust pat anythlag fi4 rirQlfi er Cookedand think it was good OASXWOnX A Bears teetot Kind You Hato Alsaus Bought eigSatueConfidenseell i Your oys A boy Isetv ttledto his lathers mttura- exporlelIC s only thus can he be fully their to fall drat parenboalowt and should ben ors It lsfor1ho childs good iltatwe be riparenttoh- lnr ffra and IPJ yetahero Aatorverencet l Innb 1seulsttUtor o 8eCfnletr1Aulls ltDd jmIf thewofett uitjtistiOur btJ bdr Gh tis1thv ati kti fl Hiais1 s 4 rw r 1 he made a kpeeeh before the Sunday I sCO WI tch vnnebody a rjwhen tis fan HIj11 U- sneerJrg laugh Oh the old man knows how to pull rho wool over myjcblldrenof limo as a hypocrite Children know i you too pretty well They have keen insight the days they are far quicker at mind reading than the ciiil deep were generlttlons back They know more about you than you dream I they know but not being wise enough to give the proper weigh to causc6l and motives they are epc judge you So is Is bestt to be open Wink them Frankness on your part I will lend to cinfidenco a Ill ttelrn Mary E Bryan In Uncle Remuss A Sureenough Knocker J q Goodwin of Reldsvllle N C says Bucklens Arnnca Salve Is a enough knocker for ulcers A bad one came on my leg last summer but that wonderful salve knocked it out In a few rounds Not even a scar remained Guaranteed for piles sores burns etc 25c at aU drug lstlItNOTICE Repabilcan Primary Election DecemberS 1908 At a regull1n meeting or the Ropubli can Executive Committee of Ohio I county Kentucky herd at the Court House In Hartford Ohio county Ken I 108ltlwasgUlltr voting place In eucil ot the various yoUng precincts of Ohio county I Kentucky on Saturday December po 5th 1908 between tte lcutrj of six I u m and four p m for the purpose I of nominating Republican candidates to be voted for at the regular November election 1909 for the following offices vlz Representative Circuit Court Clerk County Judge County Court I T Clerk County Attorney SherIff Coun SchOOs1Jailerand the candidate receiving Ute high farlWhichsaid office to be toted for at tile reg ular November election 1909 and the party represented by said candidate orTcandidates Is the Republican party and shall be represented or designated on the official ballot by the device Or emblem a Log Cabin berAll use legal electors wbo will entitled to vote lit the regular Novem her election 1909 In the voting pre clnct In which ho offers to vote In said prImary shall be entited to vote 1a tLQ Primary election of December itli 1908 provldedhowever that each of n14 de toanswer III theaffirma Uvc die following question viz Will you vote for and suptjprt at the regular November election 1909 the oond dates receiving time highest number of votes In this prlmarr elee tlon and who shall be declared the no lcan for 1theThe officers of the election shan propound to each of the electors offer 1 Ing to vote In the said primary the above question which must be answer i d YeS before the elector Is permit 1 tell to vote The primary election cttled herein 1 shall Je held and conducted In theI same form and manner and under tile tSmae requlremcnts as provided by I law for the holding of regular State I 1 electrons It any candidate officer I of the eteclion Challenger Inspector I or any olher per n shall directly or Indifttly violate sty or the pro visions of the eeetlon laws of this State In holding Cir conducting tlte primary election set oUt herein thentC all tetanus thus offending Isubject to all fines and penalties In push nUN rondo and provided bytao laws of this State 4 It Is estimated that the cost of hoding this primary will be five tun A dyed and eighty dollars 5S000 and that the following amounts Je assessed against each of said olficea vlz Representative 1000 Corcutt Court Clork l1POO County Court Clerk 11oDo County Judge 6000 County I he Attorney 6000 Sheriff 11010 County Superintendent of Common Schools 6000 Jailer 4000 Assessor 2000 of The amounts assessed against each office shall be paid In equal lrCIor lon petwecn each of the candidates for the respective offices which sum shall tie paid to- the f Secretary of the Republican Executive committee of this county not and IlaterlUm i twenty days next preceed toftonstibmit his name to the voters In i11 smild ary clltctlol fhall not 1aer- thanfifteea w days next proceeding YIe apd bblding aldlPhnltr ejeptloanoti- yf the4Chadrman of thoR pllblcan Conimtttoe ofOhq counly p lr man oft tine party holding satd pii tearyetc lonMwJI IDg qrjhq fach flint lie is a dldatq iind tlle with Enid notice tJio Iecra t+ te1 V A A fatJIe bdds IteRiJdasUagdlesuJewdI1i W II lflLD =PraR Its lItn tSSullh HIIrILNOT A11ttIll tl hit APafatAUttdYfarOel WotllScQtvu nes3aMLOSSOPSIflPfltc star VnD CASTO RIA For Infants Children Kind Have Always Bought Bears Signature Ir- Use For Over Th1irty Year- sCASIORI OUR CLUBBING RATES TIIE REPUBLICAN HeraldQL3ttHE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Dally Herald a25Latti THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJourna- lTE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 1 TiiE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm Lq i THE REPUBLICAN and LippenCOttS and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TidiesaWeek Owensborolnquirer 1175 THE REpUBLICAN Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 gE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeok Owro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 15C THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorProtwood Magazine 15tZ REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 TilE REPUBLICAN and Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN i29YEARSIfi Of Honest Business Reputation bit is Back of Every b MONUMENT SOLD BY = bb hEO MISGHEL SONS PROPRIETORB Owesnboro Monumental Works 42414 e Hahs St Yards CIIS St OWENSBORO KENTUCKY td4 44 Get Our and We Guarantee to You h Money on All Good Honest Work t I11 tart showing that he has paid fist assessment against him and upon complying with these conditions sho1J be declared to be a candl i date before sold primary election and shall have his name printed on the ficial ballots for said This October 10 1908 M S RAGLAND- II L HEAVIUN- C M DAR F1lT Resolved that It is the sense of this committee that we hold a fall just prltnary and that we will render all assistance within our old is prosecuting any person or who violate the election laws the onainet of ealdt prlmatX and e urge the Commonwealth Attorney County Attorney alt Ii theIr power to secure indictments and prosecutions of l1vlootJons of said laws h It Is further Ortieii d and directed tlt3t a primary oletaton bEi held In each of the Magisterial Ohio county KentuckY on SaturdnyJ f I and The You they of TNC OCIOTU COMPn NEW TOR CITY 5 Arid Louisville and Cincinnati us 214216218 Prices Save charged primary power todo December 6th 1908 between the hours or G a m and 4 P m for the purpose of nominating Republican candidates for Justice of the Peace and Constable In each of said Districts to be voted for at the regular November eectlon 1909 and this rlmnry election for nominating candIdates for Justice or tIle Peace and constable sl1al1- be held and conducted under the rulo and regulations set out above for hot1 Ing the county primary ar S RAGLAND Chmn I JNO G KEOWN SecyI They Tiake the Kinks Out I have used Dr Kings New Lute piUs for 1Y years with Increasing satisncation They take the kinks out bt stomach liver hid bowels without fuss or fticuonsayn N H Drown Of PlttsCIbld Vt Guaranteed satisfactory t nil druggists 25c m 0 IORTAig0arthie Xou HartAlwais Bought IBIgnaue dd4ifLo F1 Hartford Republican C M BARNETT EDITOR Tgr3ePA0I7 r6- r7soarla C a lanO21zoaFRIDAY NOVEMBER 27 It seems that the House cant break itself of the Cannon habit Japan is afraid to kick China while the other nations are looking This guntoting business seems to know no East nb West no North no South From Cannon to Burton would be going backward in the alphabet but in no other way- Suppressing Imperial Interviews at 50000 pery must be expensive for thec German Government It may be that Mr Bryan will notI run next time Really it is Alton B Parkers time to run No doubt the presidential chair fine It difficult to look cheerful when it thinks of what is coming The steel mills are starting to roll- and the factories to spin It really looks as if prosperity was returning A New York Butcher died worth 10000000 The Chicago Meat Trust evidently has been overlooking something The people Who said the tobacco growers could not organize and win a fight should now step out and look at themselves They broke the news to Tim Woodruff that he cant be Senator of New York It was not done gently They used an ax It Is said that one county In old Texas cast 424 votes for Taft and none for Bryan There must be a Mis take somewhere What do you suppose would happen if Mr Archbold should send a certifi cate of deposit for 3500 for a years subscription to the Commoner For the first time In the history of the world It has been clearly de monstrated that the farmer the des pised groveler in the soil has sense enough to attend to his own business affairs and can fix a price on his product Instead of allowing the other fellow to fix it and that he has the patience and endurance to eland to by his guns until the battle is won Tne rest is easy the future holds forth promises for the boys on the farm which have never before been vouched safe If the farmer will or ganize and maintain It In a perfectly lawful and legitimate manner the day is past when any product of the farts should be sold below the cost of the I production and a far equitable divi dend on the Investment and commen surate wages for the producer These are the conditions which wlfl bring the boys back to the farm after they have obtained their education instead of crowding them into the va rlous professions und workshops of tile cities and towns already filled t overflowing AT HEART An amusing feature of the recent great Burley tobacco sale may have tcap d the attention of u good many people In announcing tHe details tile vlty press gave a htatetuent from lion AmCJrI1cancompany as acteeded to the demands of the tobacco growers because It oid i the best Interest of toe state of Kentucky at heart This Is a Joke too rood to let pats without Comment i Whoever heard of a corporation wav ing a heart much lets a coriKirallon i which hud grown Into a gigantic trust as represented by time American To i fcncco Company uC today Titfe peo pIe could have paid the price whle- they finally gave l ut spring when their representatives himounctd ut tmm Frankfurt meeting that tity hind In hand more tobacco titan tty could use In three years Instead of dong this In order that they might Increase their already enormous dividends both on preferred and common stock this company pent thousands upon thous ands ofdulHro in an oiganlztd effort to discredit farmer organizations in Kentucky It cauf luntold futferlngl among the poor people wbo were flgh fog for u principle and fighting for i the protection of their loved ones from starvation pricee This flgM or I gaulzed by the trust represented hue dredg of thousands of dollars expend disgraceI stories of crimes which never lullllen td and in exaggerating tenfold tile lawlessness which did exist Nobody knows better than tbe tobacco grow ers the bitter fight Which CBS been waged against hemn for months and months of the slanders which have been hurled Bt tit teasels of tie 0 J movement and the efforts to breakdown tile character and standing of the men who have dared to stand with the farmers for that which was only Just and right and against o grind ing monoply which HAD NO HEART and which sought to crush every manI who stood In the way In the lejist In the effort to reducq to abject sla very the primary producer of the ar ticle With which they have made un told millions distributed in dividends to the stockholders of this trust WIthi out a fair division of the rewards with those whose sweat and muscle had been expended under the burning sun In the tobacco of fields of Kentucky W have no fight to make againstthe men who represent tile company and we realize that it Is best for the growers to sell at a reasonable living profit but after months of patlegZstruggle upon their part against enormous odds when the battle then been won we Uink it comee with very poor grace for the representative of the tobacco company to announce to the world that the fight was yeided upon them part because they had therlnteregt Kentucky at heart s Company H to RemainI All the State Guard is to be withdrawn from Western Kentucky ex cept CO H Capt J M DeWeese will be In command Mai Bassett being relieved This Is quite a dlStinc tion for Capt DeWeese and a decided compliment to the members of the local company as it indicates that In the estimation of their superiors they have made good under very trying circumstances Good forI Co H of Ohio county- SULPHUR SPRINGS Nov 25Dro Bally fitted his regu lar appointment at Mt Vernon Sunday Mr and Mrs Cook Bean visited her father Mr Curt Bean near OlatonJ Saturday ulgut and Sunday The news came to tills place SaturI dayvlg t that Mrs Dr Duff ofc Beaver Dam was at the point ot death IIboughttlJeMr and tits Jim Mugan were Mrs Charlie Martin IIMrsActon visited at the home of Mr J H Millers Magan Friday Mr Herbert and Mss Hellen Ralph and Mrs Donu Martin Dundee attend ed church at Mt Vernon Sunday air and Mrs A M Acton of Chica relatlIveson way Rev Joe Acton near Roslue Miss Elton Huff and Miss Ira Mid klff were the guests of Miss Myrte and Mercedes Canon Saturday after noonBro Bully will begin a series of meeting at Mt Vernon Sunday night November 29 In Memorlam- On Thursday November 19 1908 death Invaded the home of UCBur nett at Dennott Arkansas and took from tills word his loving wife and helpmeet Funny Foster who was sick only a snort w ae the Immedi ate cause of her death being acute tnflJlitlIIsistant member of the Methodist church and lived a Jalthful Christian life and will be greatly missed She was a dutiful child a loving mother and wife and her untimely death Las cast a snadow dark and t homeIUthoughtty with toe bereaved husband children no word of ours Jill assu age the grief und sorrow hangs like a pull over tlatI houiehold The loving WOTlSwill be heard no more Time hands that so cheerfully admlnlt tered to tIle waits of loved ones are clasped in dents Sue lIlts paid the I debt we all must pay death comea equally to all and snakes u1 equal Wnen It conies and when one Is pre pared to go ia we beieve she was wenbelieve she has only exchanged earth elfor heaven From friends on earth to friends in heaven tram the val- Illey of tears to the mount of Joy from wldernets world to a glor ious unending felicity where all the saints of ages shall praise through out eternity the Immaculate name fur Him who las redeemed us Let us meet her there A BROTHER Hartford Ky Nov 22 laOS NotfceINotice Is hereby given that the un deraJgqed will on Monday January 4th 1909 apply to the non W B Ta lor Judge of the Oilo County Court for und move sold Court to make an order appointing three commlsslo era or the purpose of reapportioning of Julltii erdtstdcta in Obo county agreeatde to Kentucky Statutes see UODI0a82I TblavNovember 12th 1908 ARtB M TpN a l G1KP wl h 11 Ut i 1 FOR TOE BUSY READER The L and N Railroad has ordered built In Its Southi Louisville shops 50 gondolas twelve engines and tWelve passenger coaches Ii Night riders are again active In Oblon county Tenn It Is reported that Saturday night they called on a man and whipped him unmercifully Capt Patrick Henry who spent much time in Washington for twenty years us the official representative ot the Levee Board of the Mlssissipp River died at his home in Clarksvllle Tenn 1 Monday e Congressman Richmond P Hobeo has sent a letter to President Rodse velt demanding that he rescind his orders recalling the United States feet from the Pacific Official predictions of rainfor many sections Of the winter whea belt induced considerable Eelllngof wheat by pit traders in Chicago Monday which resulted In a heavy tone It Is said on good authority that the L and N railroad is about to close a contract with English and Belgium rolling mills for approximately 65000 tons of steel rails JTbe road will suva money by purchasing them abroad Girth Spencer a prominent farmer of Owen d was accidentally shot killed lust Sunday morning in Louisville by Miss Ida Renhardt to whom he was engaged The two were playing with a pistol owned by Miss Reinhardt In a cargo of corn purchased last year in Indiana two farmers of Ver mlllon county ill discovered lone In which the grain was on no cub but In a pod The kernels were planted last spring and the new ears are exact reproductions of that bought Indiana cobless ears of corn- S Justice John M Hunan of the- United States Supreme Court was the UniI visit since his graduation over fifty years ago Justice Harlan was accompanied by Gov Wilson and both made short addresses John D Rockefeller again spent Mon day on the witness stand answering the questions fired at him by Frank G Kellogg Mr Rockefeller at times took refuge In loss of memory He gave Henry M Flagler and S C Todd chief credit for forming the trust which he said was dissolved Mr Rocke feller showed sins of weariness M the day were on and asked when his exominntlon would be finished A S of E Notice The Croiflwell Magisterial District Association of the American Society of Equity will meet the Third Saturday In December Instead of the First Saturday us has been heretofore advertised The change is made on ac count of the Republican primary nec tlon which occurs on the First Saturday Among the Lodges- A call meeting which was to JIve been hed by Hartford Lodge No 675 F do A M last Monday evening for the purpose of conferring tilt second degree was deterred until the first Monday night In Dec owing to UK cool weather us no provision had been mode to lieat the nail ht that time Since then the Poird of Control has InsUtltd tin eltgHit heater and the linll will be comfortable in any kind of weather S Hartford Chapter No SO Eastern Star Initiated two candidates tit tell regular meeting lust Monday night At terVhlch an elegant luncheon was sere ed by a committee composed of Mrs z Wayne Griffin Miss Kettle Riley and Mrs C M Barnett The menu contained among other good things with which to tempt the appetite delicious quail served in the most approved style Tin ladles of this chapter are doing soma splendid work and from what we have been able to learn it may be wo1 for the men who compose the othe lodges to look well to their laurels ta the future or they will be outstripped by the ladles MrsS Yewe1l of Owensboro formerly a member of this Chapter was a welcome visitor and ably assisted In the initiatory work Mr Owen Hunter of Cerulvo chapte was also a visitor Rough River Lodge No 110 Knight of Porthlaa held a great meeting n the hall Tuesday evening und confer red the Third Rank in splendid man ner There was a large attendance of the member lp and a number oi Knight present whos aces had not been seen for moony moons it Is hop ed that they wHl acquire the lodge go lag hubUsgaln Af ter the WOrk and busiueasetelon nomination 8fbr- ojcflioefpr the cal year were made TLe nenptbera titentrepairedt6 t i t lr t r vw0 Those Who Have Used Peruha jiAre the Only Ones Who Really Know 6 Many a Matron has lengthened the days ef her comely appearance by taking Jeraaa To be JtMutifoi the bodyetatbe kept cleaa internal a well at 1yrenmaprod1l0llcle- anooumembranec the bull ofl facial lymaetry and a clear healthy i complextont Mrs Road will they find relief say been best that know taken found when that good create tablet been success who dose ru Prolonged tier Life Mrs O D Robinson 43 St Felix Street Brooklyn N Y I and it did more than all my two treatment by special physicians I can say that I feel like No more feet and No more bloating the abdomen No more shortness breath No more stiffand sore have no idea treatment has done for It has prolonged my life and a new 0 such blessing I received through your kindness the assistance the medicine which you so kindly prescribed I able I began treatment Iwas able to myself less for else All praise is due Hartman his the banquet chamber en I e gnat luncheon them prepared by Knights E W Ford R D Whl ker and Sapderfur who were assisted Mr Hilbrook The feast was a splendid one and en everyone prese- ntANNOUNCEMENTS FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to announce Esq W S Dean a candidate for Repre sentative from Ohio county subject to the Republican primary election cember51908We to announce W Park a candidate Represen tative from Ohio county subject to the Republican primary election Decem I ber 5 1908 FOR COUNTY JUDGE I We are authorized to B Taylor a candidate for reelection to the position of of Ohio County subject to the Republi can Primary eectlon December 5 11908 are authorized to announce J U Wade of Fordsvllle a candidate I of Ohio County subject to the Primary election December 5 1908We are authorized to announce Judge R R Wedding of West Hart ford precinct a candidate for of Ohio county subject to the lican Primary election December 5 1908 FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK I We authorized announce E i G Barrass a candidate for reelection to the office Qf Circuit I of Ohio County subject to the Repub f Mean Primary election December 5 I 1908 FOR COtffttY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce U O Raglan Sulphur pre a candidate for County Court Clerk Oft OMd County subject to the Republican Primary election December 5 J90 ffWe are authorized to Announce 8 a candidate for reelec tion the position of Court of OhloCotfnt subject to the Republican Primary election Decent ber 5 1908 ft fM FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We authorized tb announce Smith of West Hartford precinct I I a candidate for Attorney of1 I OklorCqunty Buoject to the Republl cM Primary election Decembers 1908 I snuouneeLR4ereou 8 iva candidate for County QWoCeuatr 8uJectito Ueayi atlecUQuDecemliha t v r t tatemal Catarrh George O Worsteli 11 River Clarksburg W Vs writes 1 trust that no one think from publicIknow may from many ailments OIl truly I have much benefited by the use of Peruns I feel better than I have for two years It is the medicine I for internal catarrh 1 have medicine from the doctors and no relief but I began taking Peruna I could see before I had finished taking the first bottle it was me Perunt Tablets For two years Hartman and his assistants have incessantly labored to Pernns in form and their strenuous labors have Just crowned with People object to liquid medicines now secure Peruna tablets Each tablet equivalent to average of Pe aa writes have taken Fernna me good years really another person swollen limbs of of joints You what your certainly made woman of a have doctor and of have am to work since your butbefore not help much work anyone to Dr and treatment where awaited James ably by Rowan joyed by De W for announce Judge W Judge for Judge Republican Judge Repub are to Court Clerk pf Springs cinct W Tlnsley to County Clerk are Eo County pie midi Attor where can doing Dr can one Peruna me me 0 FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce T H Black of West Hartford precinct u candidate for Sheriff of Ohio Coun ty subject to the Republican Primary election December 6 1908 We are authorized to announce G A Ralph of Ralph precinct a candi date for Sheriff of Ohio County sub Ject to the Republican Primary elec tion December 5 1908 We are authorized to announce S A Bratcher of Point Pleasant pre OhioCountyPrimary election December 5 1908 THcandidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject to the Republican primary eectlon December 5 1908 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce G Davis Royal a candidate for Assessor of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election Decem ber 5 1908 We are authorized to announce Bernard Felix a candidate for Asses sor of Ohio county subject to the Re publican primary election December 5 1908 We are authorized toonnounCo J A Greer as a candidate for Assessor subject to the Republican primary election December 5 1908 iJorome A11enxhcandldtsie announce for the of fice of Assessor of Ohio county sub ject to the Republican primary election December 5 1908 FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT announceHalley Superlntendent the Republican Primary election I De cember 5 1908 r We are authorized to announce Henry Leach of Cromwell preclncta can Superlnteqdeat ry election December 1908r l FORtTAII11R I 1 I We are authrolred to announce W reelectforn the action of the Republican trImat election December 5 1808 i ran hill We are authorized to annoullceW P Mldklff of North Rockport pr cinct a candidate for Jailer of Ohio theRepublfcangrC v r FOR CORONER vIw are authorized to announce Dan lei King a candidate for Coroner of iQfllo county subject to the Republican primary eljec lon December 6 1908 4 rIr10AMAt4I8RAtEa J r n iwJ ft lI We are aul6orizedO announce llteri v i My Sister Advised Me to JryA Peruna I Took Your Treatments od My v Appetite Returned Speodiiy- I Gained Strength andFleh andtorA Am in PerfecfHealth I Am So Thankful Your Medicine Has Done MQSoMuck Good d- lso lap Xiae Jojialutlter Of Appleton Win 1 0 h y Sick Headache I Miss Nettle E Bogardu It JB1 P21- WeattleldNYwritesi x I have been a great sufferer from sick headaches but am BOW entirely free from that trouble T have not felt 10 well in ten years Bf Ido nogr I would recommend Pernna and wll1layGod ful remedies r Weak No Appetite Mrs Ruth B Brent Holmes Ill wrUesIwaaln poor health three years ago I kept getting worse and I finally was so weak that I could not sit up all day My feet and hands were always cold I had no appetite I consulted one of the best doctors who said I could not be cured I was nervous my heart would flutter and 1 had a pain in my left side and also had chronlo constipation I got a bottle of Peruna and one of Manalln and wrote to you for advice While under your treatment I gained three pounds a month OIl took several more bottles of Peruna and now lam well I am able to do all my housework cooking waahing iron ing baking and mending Everybody compliments me on look ing so much better than I used to and now I have a girl baby six months old as fat as she can be She is what call a Pernna babyfor Iknow ifit had not been for Peruna she would not be here For Suffering Women Miss Esther Lee 303 Madison Street Topeka Kas Secretary Triple Tie Social Club writes Fourteen months ago I began to be troubled with internal catarrh which left me pale weak and nervous 1 decided to give Fernna trial To my great relief I found that my general health improved I kept grow ing stronger and within three months I was in myusual normal condition 1 cannot recommend Feruna too highly to suffering women M Graham a candidate for Magistrate In the third Magisterial district oC Ohio County subject to the Republi can Primary election December 6 1908We are authorized tot announct Mack Cook of Arnold as a candidate for the office of Magistrate in the Cromwell Magisterial District subject to the Republican primary leectlon December 5 1908 We are authorized to announce J Carl Jackson of Centertown as a can didate for Magistrate in the Center town Magisterial district subject to the Republican primary election De cember 5 1908 We are authorized to announce T P Royal as candidate for the office MagIsteriatpublican primary election December 6 1908 EsqBlolagIstrnte trict subject to the action of the Republican party at the primary elec tlon December 5 1908 EsqJRockportMnglstcrlal Republican primary Dec 51908 We are authorized to announce C V Miles as a candidate for the office of Magistrate in the Fordsvllle Mag isterial dlstrlct subject to the Republican primary election Dec 5 1908 We are authorized to announce Jas A Bowllnga candidate for Magistrate In the third Magisterial district of Ohio county subject to the Republic an primary eectlon Dec 5 1908 We are authorized to announce rreelecUofordistrict No2 subject to J e Republi can primary election December 61908 We are authorized to announce Thom as F Johnson a candidate for Magis flare in the Third Magisterial dMrlcb composed of SUlphur Springs Qlaton Narrows aniTttagan voting preclncto prlmalWDecember We are authorized to Announce B cI J5Wv e candidate for Magistrate In e Hartford dal9ctSubject to the Republican primary elec 1908e 0 We ATe authorized 1 V Att3rateber atcaadkate for 30agietiate the Sulphur 8prmt4 ibfliHpi Jttr subject to the RepuDhaay fmary ejection December 5tb 1908 We ire authorhed fz vaibWc a LwJa adt tom Viral j fate tjiiloiltZMsggietett lite a Y1rJ eubfaetclh4RDabMeaa l tlec +D t 6 6 396 I I Ay Ln- 4 T T RESOLadEDmATTHEARTOF BEING WELL DRtSsFP IS To BE DRESSED Fob EV RYQCCAS ION EVEN1IN1l- iEKlTCHENTuRKEY r SALADoR ANY DAINT DI5HSHbuLDBf WELL DRESSElWH Not YoU O t T0R I 1ILtWIININl tlt aLllrflealMMMa r 1 v +t LIVtryF WILL YOUR TURKEY TASTEGooD Ir YoU SIT DoWN To THE TAbLE SHABBILY CLADI SoME e g fOPLE THINK IT IS UNNECESSARY Y To EAT To LiVE EATING WILL MAKE YoU EXIST BUT YoU WISH To LIVE THESE THINGS WILL HELP YoU To ENJOY YoUR TURKEY A STYLISH SILK WAIST A PRETTY NEW SKIRT A DAINTY LATE STYLE CoLLAR ANUP TToDATE CLoAKNEAT fooTWEAR NEW HEAD- y y yEAR ALL of THESE WILL ADD to THAT THANKSGIVING DINNER It foR MENNEW SUIT SNEW SHoES NEW TIES SLATE STYLE HATS ETC CALL AND SEE US RESPECTfULLY Hartford Republican 1FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2- 7IllnolsCentralRallroad Tlme- t Table L Bonah Boat Noll182des405sto So 121 dl1Jl RID No127duetteep m So tilt due 7118 pm- Iiole2 doe181im No m dot 8 b2 p t- oTDO NOT- CRITICISEl I I Your doctor it you fail to Improve lin ttBlth unless you are sure Ills vrestrlpUons ore flled from pure fresh drugs by a skilled chemist and that all dirocUons are followed We reaUze that the treatment of the hu man system is most delicate and Im Ir taut Your phylSlcian bus made your particular aeuse a study and 1 tows what you need Our druggist made prescription work a special ntl keeps supplied with the very llIBS Md freshest drugs to be dad we are willing to assume the responsibility and guarantee absolute accuracy Come and make your wants known orc tla by teepaone A line line let artlclesstnUonary and office ppllcs always in stock School bag with each 100 purchase The latest novelties in holiday goods are beginning to arrive HARTFORD DRUG GO Incorporated c Typewriter Carbon can be d had oJI at t this otflce 1Our f1eat ambition is tosaUsl CARSON CO 1 sjoIr fWe neither buy nortsell questionable- t god CARSON CO ToorPrioleam Rlch7 Olothlngit a Canon J00 4- I t lJ Ir Arthur York Rotitp 1 Hartford soI Bn o1U la building a mice Ji t r rlOttsge lh1lfaril1E of town 1 4 Ihr Rkitetrd H ayIor jea rmu x P watt t pleseaao alleoiyesterday- L Ri litI Trlsl ale sad eister 9 ti jIllIJjfXatI are vistliag trenda atd 11 ts UJe Jt IJWt- x gMl xetkseutkrasdTtnraf5dlr- txJV I h hl It PtM ittJt r c ioo 1kr cr J iirfIt L rvP J tn S f u1 1S n willleverylIrrW F Condit Matanzas wW In town Monday Let us know our error and you will see It corrected CARSON CO Now didnt tile City Restaurantfeed em last week New lot of RUgsend Door Marts ut Barnard Cos Reduced prices or these goods Get your uptoQate Meals and Lunches when in Hartford ut the Ctty Restaurant For loaded shells thekt I that kill birds call on U S Carson He has about ten thousand for sale cheap Air and Mrs DMoore of Louis yule arrived In Hartford Wednesday to spend a feW days visiting relatives Mrs Henry Field will leave tomorrow for Ltfeyeto La to spend tine winter with her son Mr Clarence Field WANTEITo fee every farmer that attends court this term Ohio County Supply Co Incorpor ated Womens Skirts nicely eleahed and neatly pressed by Fred Robertson lit the Y M C A building Give hltn a trial JUdge J L Dorsey of Henderson Ky exCircuit JUdge and candidate to succeed Judge Settle on the APpellllte bench was In Hartford Monday Born to tlc wife ot Mr G L Thom son ot FayetteAla on the 18th Inst a boy hirs Tboraptou was formerly Miss Olive Carson of Hartford Messrs Sam F Riley L P Fore man llndP E Hooker of jh1o coun tyserved a petty jurymen hi the federal Court lit Owensboro this week Little Mire yletorla Barnard who has been quite sick for the past four weeks Is tynproving nlcIjly end ter trtende are hopeful ot her speedy recovery Mr Y G t wnreturn ed Wednesdayy ifjomCrksytlle Ar kapaas where be had been toattend the burial of hie eieterin1awt rlTi U o Barluptt r TiJames Rfceof colorwuttbroughtbef- ore Judge Taylor MouQeqasd adjudged iLluliatic i11e was taken to the aeyltn At HdpJdnsvl1le Tuesday by a represeatatyefof l t I at1tuttbTn- The h ti dense i WtE that boa- kufgsd4eirthe tows for tbeatei-era11fii1 said to ihe ray torililtltlree ttrsithave bqea ni tJf tAe idcIAfty toil I J Mrs AS Yewellof 0woatbbro f visiting friends in the City It it IShol fresh rprICJ want go direct to UtS qarson We buy as low nu we can an ry11 tIte name way OARSON CO Miss Belva McCormack Nocreel called to see uswhle In town onda1 Miss Leona Maddox bas returned from n vllt to friends In Hodgenville Schroeters Studio over Republican office r wllliay 18c for eggs until fur tiler notice 7tt JAItt1dS LYONS Buy your Sewing Machin NoodI les and Repairs of Gross WlllIUJ8jat City Restaurant Take your Cothes to Fred Robert bon and have them cleaned and JlresSI ed All work gUaranteed Hon John J McHenry wife and sor spent several days with Mr McHenry- nwtlier here this week IAtet call for Bulbs Just a few left Dont full to plant a few- BAINARD Q0 I will pay htprice fa trade for Eggs James H williams iSla The Druggist Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford RP D No1 will answer phone at- J A Carters Concord any hour 1tt Bird reason Is now on and We wlU sell you shells at 35c Ohio County Supply Co IncorpOr ated The ladles of the AOethodi t church will open a hazar In Hartford tIe second weel in December beglnniri the 8th day- Barnard Co carry a more cum plete dine of Hosiery than Is usually carried In a country town The blst brands are handled by them Rev H C Ford u minister ot tbc Christian church of Nebo KY pllUctl ed at the Cumberland Presbyterla church here last Tuesday night Farmers we have goodo- ffer you In Pioneer Woven wit fence Ohio County Supply Co Incorporated Farmers we have something good to show you Make this your head quarters while In town Ohio County Supply Co Iricorpar ated We are paying 20c per dozen ror Eggs All other loads of good country Produco wanted at the highest prices tr SCHROADER CO Cot C M Barnett attended Federu Court In Owensboto the ollrt of the week where he representEd the cpuh- ty In the suit of DrA D Ilairtbu Oklahoma City Okla agatnpt Ohio county lilt Ike Christian and Misd Annie Daniel two prominent school teach ers of the Olaton nelghburhoodcam- io town yesterday and were tear vied in the parlors of Mr Etnory- Schroeters photograph gallery Fayette Hurt aged t7 years wheat home was near Horton died very suddenly last Saturday night and waS burl ed at Bethel the following day Tve Immediate cause of his death is supp posed to have been heart trouble II have purchased the clothes Itress Ing and cleaning outfit or Petty DrOt- lind moved tt to the Y lL C A buildd- ng where I will be gad to get your orders for clothes oeaning ttad pieta rig All work guaranteed FRED ROBERTSON A series of meetings that were con lucned by Rev Wm Crane at Wnw- lngton 111ehodlst thurch a few mncs northeast of town closed last Friday night with eighteen conversions ant fifteen additions to the church The converts represent the best cltlzeury- f ho neighborhood and much good has been uooompllshed lift sre Hayden Webband S T Wllt reIhouse1I1r Wallace for kits farm on Liver near Carters Ferry Posseasloc- a each instance has been given and Mr Wallace Is erecting B nice resl once near tile store Marriage license since our last J8lue T C Miller Gllatrap to Edna N revolt Cromwell Virgil Drake Cromwellt Ethel Keown Select E 1 Smith aet toJeanett prate 9Jmwell Isaac Christian Anla D Dante Olaton FB W steT Iold Pleasant Ridge to Chsnmi- eowasloyPeuant Ridge While hauJn hay one day week Mr Fell = Shaver living just Weetd town came neaT toeing his life by the turnllg over of hlWagJp re wsq- tueht upderlIis load ln suCk a way- Stn a41y hurt bid bead pmtt taec- kfterbelmgreecuisrhottt Yriserrjloxte W i to hire Direi and m edkftJ Aid gt1n1 obeic- Pkea Mast herd fto i ke Yvtie ielfb 1M t + V 1 r I t VMle bird hunting yesterday Just nartitof iowu wm Arbuckle shot EStIll Wilklte the load tuldng er cct In the left side or his tECO nnd heat And intthe left hand Wilkins was brougb 1to town wlore his wound was dressed and pronounced not serious A largo stock barn on one of tJo tams ot the Hun Wills Green estate at the Falls of Rough Wits burned out nightttle week Fiftytwo dead of horses and mules and a large hIDount of hay and corn wore consumed The loss Is thought to be about 12001 with po fnsuranc8 The tire is supposed to fie the work of l1n incendiary Will Dutton ot Owensboro who was arrested here last falltlpifsgthe Mr n charge of selling whiskey w1h- 6utlicense anit tbied which lie lallet- to been confined In jail ever sincewass taken to Owembo- nIastFriday where he Was tried In tin Fedentl Court for retelling liquor without having paid the special Govern ment lax He was tined 100 and given thIrty days In jail rRlo Hartford Stogie und Construe Lion Co finished the pike North of town Tuesday and began work on Union Street Wednesday afternoon Everyone connected with the work tea boon untiring In tb lr efforts to cam pieta this job before bad weather and the people who are compelled to travel tills section will no doubt appreclati It this winter If the weather con tinues good much of the street work will also be completed this year Dr T E Bland Mayor of Shelby vile George L Pickett County Attor icy of Shelby county and D n- Czlne editor td the Shelhyville Newe formed II hunting party which spent several days neltr town last week TheY Were tho guests of Mr Will Collins while here These geutlmen ore semi or the most prominent citizens ot Shelby county tlhey paid tills office a very pleasant call while In town las Thursday eveningre uadetstandllt hunt was very sucessful notwithstanding the dry condition of the fields CENTERTOWN Nov 23Our sick people are regaln lag their former health We carne very near tmvlng H destruc Ue fire here left week caused by some one firing the beautiful grove or Dr Warden J 11 Swain Is having a neat addi lion to his dwelling home Elmo Suhlon is having two uico cottages erected on his lot on walnut streetI Dexter or Thebes Ill Is here visiting hlalbroter J S Dexter Mre On James visited reiathei In Central City last week a R Carson purchased another building lot here this week The brick building for L Clfflrton son is being rotpldly built Mrs R V Cudwell und children Qt Louisville are tere visiting H U Davis brother of 1lrs Caldwell The school of this place under man tgement of H H Davis and Miss Mat tie Ticitenor Is progressing nicely onceNotice Telldctll checks hare not yet been received JAMES M DeWEESE S C S Per L A M- Dont Fail to Attend TIM School hilly at Hartford Dec 4 Tills meeting promises to the great- Est of Its kind In tte history ot Kentucky In fact It Is the first or its kind fur never before hu tills great Oommonweltltb been shaken from center to chcutnfetence by a great edu atlonal revival This se 11 II or meetings lusts from Nov 28 to flee G and will Ire conducted by the greatest educators ot OUr State We puple of 010 county will hove our are or tlls greet edu- catIolI1 feast on Der 4 E H Mhrlr SUIt of CUr StQlI Louisville KY will speak oat Beaver Dam ut 10 a m and lit Hattfurd at l p in Every tencllcr patron and pupilIn fact eV eI patriotic man and woman1s urg- d to be present on title occasion The tencbera iq the rural dltmlC will be expected to dismiss on this day and attend one 1Sf thoserQiles The program will be interspersed vith music and the etithe day prom see to be ono of pleaUreus well as profit Remember tbe tIme date and laceat the court 1ro11se Hartford at 1 p m and at the eollegge build IllS Deaver Dam 10 a aL JhR- ENDER I NOT 24W I3 Alexander of Cen Unl City and DrT O 11cKenney of taylor JdTnetr were here last Wednes- ay I 1IIrsP qDqwelJ was in Beaver Pam last Wednesday J M Brown otCeI1trnt CIty was ere last Thursday I ileee4e G B James andCo IL Iul11nixof Loulsv11le were here on- ueinese Friday r- Jain 01lerlllslo Ceatral City Frl- ay I ctY Loney wengtoUoufsville FrI aToe+ bllslnetie r It llePRgbFFergusonWet I To Growing Families a on us bird hunting near Cromwell last Thurs day Mr and Mrs EBtlI Stewart went to Horse Branch Saturday eott Millard was In Central City Saturday C E Smith of Hartford was bete SaturdayMr Mrs J W Ioylor of Crom well were the guests or J R Jarnagir and m11y Sunday Mr G F Rice and chlldrcn of Central City MIiss Tl1da Plummer or Swansea South Whales ere thesue of Mr und Mrs Simon JOIlt6 and Miss Lucy James and Si1non all of last week Geo llalTakutof Hartford and Elites Wilson of Eclios were fore Sunday Simon Jones was in Beaver nUll and Hartford Sunday W111 Bishop of Certlvo and S A Bratcher of Hartford and Roy Ar mendt of FordsvUle were here yesterday lRhea Armstrong of Leitchfield und S S Hoover of Now Albany lull were hero today Messrtl F E Harris and Sum James Jr have resumed work after belug on the sick list for Vie last 10 days Mr and Mrs D W Gtr of Herrin Ill are visiting hero 4f4iwrfNng- R i31 Gwyn Is nurstt Jre nuso by which ho had kicked Jy a mue that he was driving In We mutes NOTICE All express packages for people in Hartford will hereaf ter be held at the office oath all are paid and express book signed This iscessary for your protectioX as well as our own iLACI Ths is tile French Congo Baltimore Sid NoyemlJcr 22I ofr- B L Garner satnralist and tnyeetf gator of theiknguoge oI astmals w- bit saw It the reach Coqo Asa Bent to ills ion of this olty tJettdttted Beptefl aer I wbf- chs that life la the Saterior of Africa ull baa eFtementa a little out of the orf nr7II wrote to Jane aatd Prot Garter lrrlt1nc him out here and I raeelved w reply by this ibafl th1d1f tfor the Inj- ritUod anti tiforrislag tae tliat ne- 1aa anringCd Jda plane foe eeme ether sseUQL I A very n1yetloae thIpc dme just a 7K v 9ur5ti1a l u The Clothes question is likely to be at puzzlerLet us help yom Solve it Bring in that boy whetherr two or twenty weve just the right Clothes to rig him I out PERFECTION in name fact- Helllikethelooks Youll like their- wearandthemonew It saves you Fresh line now Choice Goods We have afsmrt just received the justlyfamous Wun der Hose for Boys and Girls4 pairs box 1 guar anteed for 3 montltS no holes no dam ing We are 5D C ial agents for the Fay Stockings VeIJT practicalarticle for Fall Winters Depend for the proper things at the proper ti- meBainard CO Hartford Kentucky Stephens residing charges l1RIHEAD- Dugeraus IlrrtryDtlararr land ina and taken place near Cape Lopez An5n1- Ush manofwar came In there nYnut 10 days ago and some of the offlce went buffalo ltuutlag near Utyengl a locality about eight or ten miles trout Capt Lopez One of then killed a butfwo and senttlle natives who Were with him to get help to carry the meat to the boat When they returned they round the 0 buffalo there but the white man miss- Ing Searching parties have gone over the ground for several days but DOl trace of him has been found I am thoroughly familiar with then locality and hnvo hunted over every trait In 20 miles of the place and the only theory I have Is that a python must have got him fIhere are a great many In that section and they are very dangerous One of them caught my guIde near there and came wlthlm- un ace of killing him J hope our Teddy nifty not get mixed up that WilY but there Is alWa81 an element of great danger Inhuntln In Africa Paper Made From Corn Stalks After years of experiment the diem hats of the US Depatrment of Agriculture retort teat the millions of tons of corn taks wasted unnually can be used for mnllllrllrturing 111I11- 0rrilis now rind of hyper is divided In to five ctissrr Fren two to threea hours Is tile hIM requited to rook corn murk pulp while wooll pulp can be prepared i nil lets tIIne than twelve hours TlIs hew dltcovery will add mllIolls of dollars to time farmers or our land and will lessen- the drain on tile forest besides lIlac Ing on the market paper just as good and even cheaper than that which Is made from wood pulp GUNS UUNS Il r JIIIIIfHave Just Received a Lange rLine ot Shot Gans Rifles Target Gikts- Ammtiitiou Shells Etc And resoecuully uk you to oath and seethe largest and beat line of Shbt Iuaa ever in Hartford Prices then lowest IU1S CARSON l GrocerymL l tlrttorct y r I Ii 1 y s r4 T 7 i I f 0 JrI yi a I t b I I OILIN ROAn BUILDING 1Iow Petroleum Is Used on Top of a Macadam Bed I A FINE SURFACE OBTAINED Rttr Than Asphalt Does Not Crack and LumpRoiling Must Not Be Don In wt Weather or When Qro nd Is Soft The old IIltem ot oiling roads and trteta Ii clearly a flat failure except for a mOderate lmproieinent ot IOme- ot the worst thoroughfare The new ayatern or making rond8 WIth oil is proving a success whenever proper aethoia are pursued The oU and natural soil no longer fIO where rest reeulta are wanted nIe ue ot the heavy ten to eleve- ngMlty petroeum has become quite general Iti luperiority baa been well dtmonltrated but there 11 a wide dif teLetlce betWeen different oils of this ra1ty and With the iame amount ot- upbalt mSome of that sold Is well aJch al1eJualthough It Is unquH- tJonaNTor the specifled gravity and ontaIna the required percehtage of as phalt The oil must poeseu the ad bellve quality and be able to bind the rock and asphaltum togetherks other words the necessary petro line Thebst roads are undoubtedly tht macadamized highways found In older sections The building of such thoroughfares wtU1 the use of oil on the surface to form a top dressing and ItOtI llEADY POR 0ILI0Ipresent a surfave like nient Ie just In Its infancy In southern California says the Los Angeles Times In Pasadena there are a nuin ber of streets of this kind notably Madison avenue prepared at a cost ot 12 cents PI square foot and with a depth ot seven Inches of foundation Blocks ot this street are scarcely die tlngullbable from asphalt paving There are others similar but some are not equal to this At the same time they are superior to those prepared In the old way The new method of macadamizing and oiling B8 laid down In a set of speciatioas used for a number of- atreets may be outlined subitantIal1y- as follows For the foundation grading Is done by the removal of all earth tone erock cement shale hard pan me to a depth or seven Inches below the intended lInlsbed snrfae and to a farther depth ot two feet below the subgrde whenever mud sand or other soil material Is encountered the space to be refilled with good earth or gravel The bole II roned With a roller of not less than twelve tons In weight until the urface Is un yielding all depresalons made by the roller being flied up and rolled again All portions that cannot be reached by the roller must be tamped solid and the rolling must not be done In Wet weather or when the ground is soft wd muddy This lubgnde must be checked by the street superintendent before proceeding With work On this grade a bottom course of macadam Ii laid conslting of stone not exceeding three Inches In diameter and not less than one and n half Inch es This layer will ho he inches III thlclness and Is rolled with n twelve ton steam roller until the stone CaSH to sink under the roller or to creep In trout of It A top course of stone between thrlef- ourthR of ami Inch anti no Inch and a halt In diameter will cover this to a depth of two Inches and will ho rolled us lJeforo after n firnt coatIng of oil onelmlt II gallon to the square lInlI Is uPlllle1 evuuly so 11M to saturate the entire top hycr Then nil yollls lire tilled In with rlck screvmilmg l of till IlInJC hiLt ttrlaI as the mmiimedtui not es- clCdlng thrveqinmrters of an Inch In diameter with II top tiressimig of the same niaterlal laid to the lelitli of half nil Inch nttr which there III given n- HConll coatIng of oil to the same amount ml before itmitl the whole rolled and tamped untIl IIO evidence of the oil remains on this SmirfOCe except us shown In the color of the scrcnlnJs- Shurp I sand Is to be sprinkled wherever any oil relurtltl to absorb It These specIflcntIon provide that oil shall be Ot 10 to II gravity with SO per cent asphnhtum nt SO penetration and with hot more than 2 Iler cent water The Pacific Electric and Los Angeles Interurban railways are using this method on their rights of way In lu81l- IenA Long Bench und one or two ether points It Is said tobe better than the use of asphalt as It gives with the pressure of the raIls under- Weight of cars and can lJe taken up and replaced without difficulty It dooM not crack and lump as does the as phalt It Ishari1 t tell It from thb latter Romnt1mba Impossible for the average person In Long Beach the result has been very goody p A I The Bull aiidHIs Muter The owner 9ta fltielull went the field onoda1and sold to the intoImaI l think the 0011 iitbdp tted t disturbs your ruminations and 111 therefore remov It Yes It does disturb nlr thinks and thanks owowhat and your action Is kinduesi Itaelft repiJed the Dull I And I observe that a great many flies are lighting on you and making things uncomfortable 1tnfl1 therefore cOver you with a sheet Thanks from thie bottom of my heartAnd those two tramps on the fence their language must give you a pain and I wm drivethem off Yeti I have been painfully upset bt their frankness of conversation When I ttenetan ldeImJ1nlcba le I ex pect to heaT Ome redi1ottorJ but when It cinee down to tramp 1 dont Wanftobe there Are you utlsfled with the Water In the erek it DOt I will qrder bam pagneOh Its fairly good for water and I will try aDd W0177 at ng- W9u1d lib ot these ttiTed o tolye 10u thoseahad- elHTbcbot I wont putyon to that trouble It the air here don t agree with you just say the word and Ill have It- CbAflSCdr Its only er7 common air but And the BUll made a dive or bl- Waliter and liftedbimon his bomas and toued him over the fence Alas nngrateful animal but you have broken a leg and three Ot four ribs for mel exclaimed the MA1iterln reproachful tones You dont say By George I am more than sorry for thatl But why did you attack me after my kindness to yo t Attack Why I never thought or attacking you Seeing a Grasshopper about to seize you In his talons I yourilfegreat kindness MoralIts n question whether one had better lJe seized by a Grasshopper or tossed by a Dull M QUAD The Logic of it- No news Is good news said tile man who wus expecting bad news and had heard nothing Thats whcre you ore wrong replied the consoling logician because If I1S you say o news Is good news then If you had received good news It would have been bad news for no news bdng good news how coulll any news be other than bad But the other man refused to be comforted LlpplncottfI Hd His SympathyI Yes salll Miss Jlltbam he was an old flame of mine And when you toll him I was to be marrlea next week did be seem sorry Yes he admitted that be felt very sorry replied MIss Gabble Did he really Yes although he said be didnt know your flauce personallyC1tbo lie Standard and Times Things That Had Helped Him Reporte Senator I have heard that you got your start In ute by selllni newspapersSenator LotsmnunNot quite correct my boy The fact Isbut thls1 1km- fldentl you knowthat I got my start by buying one or two Dewsp- tpersCblcsgo Tribune Immaterial The old lady had Just paid a dollar to have a prescription flIed Is this me4lclne to be taken Internally orappll d externally she naked Suit yourself about that madam answered the drug clerk It Will prove just AH Inetfectlve either way Detroit Tribune At Factor How much will that steak costr Well unswered the marketman owing to the cost of paper that will depend very much on whether you want It wrapped up or notDoston Herald His First Catch Min EugllThnt will do beautifully ray son lust hold liltu a minute while- I mix the salndfatler Maid and Matron She took Delsarto and learned the art Qf moving gracefully The tashlons turned andthen she learned To do embroidery Athletics came and BOthe game Ot tnn1s shodld learn Then by the book she leatnfd to cook And bake and wash The lootllng stray or ES Lqud Cream flaim use In fin atolllizer 18 an unspeakable rtlle tu SUuIerer8 f1J1nICIIUlrrl1 Some of tlieia dc Its GudsclllI trt1 JIoJund r Tile hick foul tlc1urgu Is dslodgnl and tF 11- Ctleut breathes freely per illl1s for tefirst time n Weeks LI Ban cutafn nIl tli IieitlltigurUy- ing elelnefls t the ojid form and- it ney9p fa4hi o tftfy Sod by nil uggitg for 7e 1nudhlg prl7ying ifWurren IDng UQ by Rabbit Hunters kP Nov lDEdwuid Woods and Tllot11f Dlck1Ion lU11- 1bcnl10ll of Oepo1ls near110re WIllie digging for a nwblt cstertylncoy ered an Iron kettle contnhteng 3OO In gOd I1nd 22 In silver coin Oldtime reldC1ts believe tho money wasburled by John Qildwellan eeIt trio tanner who died In an insane uB- 1um nearly thirty years ago Caldwel who was awl ower sold his farm for 10000 durIng the early oil development He wi hdrey the money from a thank and aged residents recall beIng shown the money by Qtld well but never know how ho dlslt ed of it boTore cco lnFin5Qne J r2 Points 10 Impress 1 That God plans In advance tevery wise planner wife plapner 2 That a father who badly trains hl son will be tilly treated by his son 3 That somebody mWlt watch out for the movemen I ot evil 4 That every ntelJlrbie must by begun In prayer 5 tbat every ton ought Jo be an improvement on his father 6 That the vcople Will nOt permanently suppor a trand 7 That the uny way to dfoftt an enemy Is to destroy hfs entnby 8 That forglvencss Is a force that conquersSeleeted Sulphur Keeps Away Rats A wellknown farmer says Sprin kle suphur on your tiara floor and through your orn I1S you gather hand there will not be a rut or u mouE to bother I lave some old corn In my crib I1t lreent and not u rut or mouse cui be found In stocking isy er tnte sqrInkle on tll ground a liu0 mtJl1 truugh ett if the loads Jld my word for It rita or mice tunt May there A pounil ot- sullhur will bo mufilelent to pre Ferve a ltrge bent or corn 11 lid Is giod for stoksnd wiil not hurt tcc- orn for bread An Error His father hudr ound It necessary to rather Eeverly punish Robert aged the The little chap came running to me with rcsenul1ent In his heart Auntie he Obbcd did God make yoU Yes Robert I answered And did He make mo YesAnd did lie make me Certainly my boy And did He make 110 too Of course he did Well sobbed Robert sadly UIts when He rndae a mistake DeHne ator A horse can cutout eta higher manger or feed box thai a cow but neither horcq nor cow nor any other domestic animal or the barn should be cornpeled to reach up for bay and other feed When their heads are up lie saliva tends to rUn down theh three s before it has a chance to be mixed wlti the foods In mastication Also when the head of nn animal is tip dust falls Into the eyes and nOS trtlsFarmers Home Journal p Intoxicated Ladles Breaks an 80 Window New York Nov 2ODIsappointe I at the aQJon t a magistrate a fAdl1 son street cigar dealer who lost u large ilate glass Window through thy antics ot two women hu put up this notice In bold letters Tliis whItlow was smashed by l10- Intoxtated ladles Window lOstSO Judge fined the ladles 3 each Wbera do I get off The window vauedIlt 80 was brok ell mt ft zesult of a midnight eneoun ur between two women said to be In tQxicmtted During tie scrimmage one of tIt1I1 was Imhed through the gll5 leaving portoas of lIar n tire including 41 C01l1bII but find n 111ece Fir All ofsJdrUug behind Timue We cigar dealei hits 1bednn Exltibi9 rind PUt tra IIi onSpIcloUs yIes Crowd collectedi around tO plIlto to 6 chun extent that I 4 tn1i 9CM1lce u1J called 00 settoro order CASTOROIFor Tnfaiti acClYOM Hays AIwayhfE- oarsth eigatroti- VoThits Chicago Nov 20Thirty days in jail fora maR eharged wHIr murder who bad slashed his victims throats with II razor tabbed another luau In the abdomen and crushed the skull ot a third and eight year In the penitentiary for a man who had Sol qn a pair of boots b caUze lie bad none were sentences ImpoSedyester day by I Jury which tried tile two defendants In We Lake county Indsuperior cour d The man charged with murder was Joseph Mahovk1 Tile other defendant was LtWeflCe Ryan His sentence was adjudgde under the indeterminate act Crosses on Thieves Several years after the close or the civil war a ueept1on was held In Lynchburg Vu to cornmnornoritte wmo national event Many men were tllero- assemtlcd who had fought In the war Among te1u war II major or fL NW England regiment who meetIng Gen erl Jubal Early of the Coumfeientto army cordiallX greeted him PollltlJlg 0 hIs own decorations the major said Aim gcneutl yOU see we have all tile cruses now Yes TI11Itd tile old geernl In olden time tey wig tLlives 011 cross es Now tley llig crosseS un iJjoS Where Theres Drink Theres Danger Miss Frarces E Wllllan1 recolanle every young person to learn itnd speak these verses Write it onle workhouse gate Write It on tIme schoboys slllte Write It on he copybook That time young man often look WUere themes drink theres danger Write It on I lie huuchyard mourd Where the rumslain dead are found Write It on the gallows high Write for nIl the vassersby Where tllelell drink thert danger Write It on the aid lous laws Blotting out the licenses clause Write It on each ballot wiul e So It can be read all right Wbere theres drink theres dan ger Write It on our ships the I slll1 Borne along by storD1and gale Write St large In leiets plain Over every Imd IUlij main Whelo hteres drink tlleres danger Wri It over every gate On the church and wlIlls ot state In the heart of every hand On Ime laws ot every land Where tbere drink tlJeres dun ger A Reliable FO- RCATARRH Elys Cream Balm quickly absorbed Relief at Once cleanses soothea and protects I the dlRensetf melD brane resulting from Cctarrh and drives IIwny a Cold in time head quickly Restores the Sensesot Tate and Sqe1l Full size Elr Brothers 60 Warren Street New York A tlJri Getting 1850 a WeekA girl was getting 6 a week Sho took our course and now gets 1850 t week 1250 increase a week 650 in a year Bookkeeping and Shorthand costs 80 After pay ing 80 she has 670 profit in a year In 10 years her salary will amount to 9620 If you are ambitiowi enroll now Get trained Make good mofly Itold a 1pJea apt and profitable position Do it now right now Success Guaranteed CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESSI 937 and 1025 FourthAveii Louisville Ky 4 SURE CURE Diseases STOMACH LIVER OKIDNr J nlllH flWDgltH- anlmo Remedy III LiquidOrellln LECTRIC i U i I t Ia kacDlSsln- IaI l U lt Malrla etc 1 I i5 1 U S- co1t7 DIr Ct9 YI h CIrcuIt 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wiLt Wdlnrl4 SQtS I- ItdlI41 IIWrlleIU math sut epp 17a1t04 static rts OSee WASI4INGrdNDC II I c I KILLTHE CGueANDCURETHELUNCS WITH Dr KlngsII Now OR8LBf1II PJUCB BoW n08 Free 1 ALL THROAT AND lUNTROUBLES MAT15PAOZOR I DCIyftADEM Its reapUj or INweOtSJflPATENTTHAT V a4TI1IM 4 iatOQt 1 J t tbIfldDodetpbotoorsktc1 tOlAQ POISdbWlT 10 7eanPJc1Ict Uft ItHlIooIcOltlrofttabItPatentawnltlo WHINOTONDC 111 r j OWStR HAS GROUCH One ofHis Old Fashfcned Happy W Evenings Is Jhe Result f rFINDS EVERYTHING FAULTY HJs BelterHalf However Proves He UI to Blame For Most of the Things t of Which the Old PhllosopherCom plains i Copyright lees by T G McClure t All thV afternoon Sirs Bowser had had a presentiment Mr Bowser had g beet real good for four or five weeks effectpmorningci Mrs Bowser had learned that there Is sometimes u wide and varied difference between the going and the coming of a husband What added to his feel ings was the attitude of the cook She wnyIfeeling well she broke down and wept and walled out I Olv mum I feel that something dreadful is going to happen in this i YJhouse tonight You dont think the roof Is going to fall In do you Wusser than that Do you fear fire usserwusserl- But there cant be nn explosion or anything of that kind But Mr Bowser can come homo mum I In due time Mr Bowser clune bo- me1llrs Bowser stood nt the window and You zjnao OP MY RAND AJOJ JIOLLKO CLEAn TO THE I sawrlilmas ho D011OllII the corner Her j 1blsing the day and ho had probably had a row with somebody on the car tie calve along down the street to find theI gate open That was Its usual position I but hV stopped and I coked at1t and then banged It shut and set his jaw Mrs Bowser was waiting for him In i the hail to ask him It he thought iti gas going to snow but he hung up his bat and overcoat before turning to her sayI in thunder do I care whether or rains Wpmanarve got to bafo a long talk with you otter dinner Things have gone on this way long enoughWhatswrong with thIngs as you call them 2 He made no answer but headed for the dining room and he sat down to tho table to find fault with everything on t The cook gave Mrs Dowser a I look of got out as fast as reprooachand she Und r cloud b- oyIerr over things for the next half It was evident that Mr Bowser I thorQdthan he started ID with t r Am Ito take It that you have any Interest In tubs house or not I Of courSe I have Then what about that gate I come born io find ifyawningjllke the mouth of the Amazon and you seeming not to caro a plunk how many cows got tn and ambled around the front yard I bard never seen a cow wandering around the streets ot the city yet No Excuse For Carelessness That is no excuse for your carelessness you have never experienced an earthquake but who can say there wont be one along thfs very evening Had a cow got into the yard Mrs t yard Bo aerhad a cow got into the iSewould have got out again with out hurting anything Dont talk back Jo me in that flip pants manner This Is a very feerlous 1muter It may lead toga divorce be are through As neat as 1 jco1ldmal e put from the street theres gone from one of the chlm neypi Who pulled them ott7 Where did they go t01 Were you and the cooklausing them to play handball Ythfrootl Next thing I hear of will be leaks In thQ roof caused byI 1 yont galli al etdiide1 ty s ftj KiI BewJler felt too tell to akke anIIP o W- eor p tliwi adsieD liteeE ild look at that scratch on the i t ease Ityoud brought a Jackasj r d MM backed Wmufrio e i te oo tekt a FeIHrT1MePa 0 1dt l J4 1M w r i w MI II q r t i s t1 a a r ytL whenYQumade1t1 was one night six months ago when you threw the hammer nt thocat- IIo glared at her for a mOment work ed his cars like a frightened horso and thou concluded to Iron the piano busI ness and csclalin And that crash on the front stairs woman I was looking at It as I stood In tho hall v tonight and Its perfectly disreputable I believe there ore as many as seven holes In It and It was new only a month ago What possible 3XCU80 can you have for these things That crash has been down almost n year and as for the holes can you ex peel ri man to roll from top to bottom of the stairs and not do any damage Rolled Rolled Woman what are you Intimating Be careful Bo very careful The last time you came home from the Gay Olil Boys club 1 bad to help you upstairs You were very tired In the legs When I got you to the top Stop right there woman I You are Intimating that 1 came homo In a helpless condition VI said you were tired In the legs When you reached the top you let goof my hand and rolled dear to the Lot tom That was when the crash was torn and youve said nothing about It sinceBy the seven bulls Mrs Bowser bnt you are deliberately driving mo to tho dead line I come home tired In the legs I rolf down stairs I Samuel Bowferl There was n painful sllenco for about sixty seconds during which Mr Dowser called Himself an ass for speaking about the crash and then bo rallied continuedAnd Mrs Bowser my durnnd old shirts have I got one that fits me In the neck Have I got onr that dont hunch up In the back Have I got a wife that cares n tinkers cuss whether they lit me or 1I0t You Insisted on ordering the last dozen she replied I told you I could do better but you went ahead and hml your way about it He Remembered Some lie remembered that he did and that I he was feeling good that day and told till shirt man to mako them tiny old way but ho had other things In re serve For instance I suppose you will tell mo before the evening Is over that we need coal againI lust opening my month to tell you We shall need some tomorrow Tomorrow Xejjd some By the horn spoon Mrs Bowser you must have sold nt least nton out of that last order There was tour tons and It was only three weeks ago find There were two tons and It was five weeks ago Such waste Such extravagance Such duplicity No doubt the gas bill has come In ami Its 3000000 higher than last month I dont wonder that there are so many million cases orI bankrnptcy in America every year Whats the use of my trying any long er Why not throw my hands up to night Thcre were Just 02SO cases of bank ruptcy In the United Stales last year Mr Bowser and as for the gas bill tbt meter busted three weeks ago and till bill Is only oents where wo might have looked for one of 3 That was another on Bowser He realized that he wasnt getting along very well and of a sudden he pointed to the carpet and said And look there will you 7 Theres 0I grease spot as big as my hat Doesnt that show what sort of n housekeeper you arc You did that three nights ago when you tilled the oil can I told you to let me do it but you Insisted Ive been trying ever since to take out tbo grease but It wont come You break win flows smash water pipes get doors out of order tip over chairs spill Ink and oil burn the curtains with your cigars throw your shirts and socks under tht bed roll Mr Bowser walked down the hall and put on his overcoat and bat and left the house banging the door after him At the gate a stranger asked him If ho knew where the widow Jennings lived and ho replied Not by a darned sight and I can lick you In two minutes by tho clockr The stranger fled and made his es cape and as Mr Bowser halted on the corner to get his breath a policeman standing there smilingly observed He runs pretty well for a preacher dont he A preacher Yes hes your wifes pastor Bet you 10 to 1 he rakes you from the pul pit next Sunday for giving him goose flesh M QUAD IOb WUIIeI could Just skate 01 like this forever 1 i Naw ycr couldnt Gcnevlovo D- Ice will all be melted In about a- weekSt Louis PostDispatch 1t i 1ITday Jims 11 rfehpWl 6deskaaiotaetBdo something bad soars will got put back In the last Beat t OL 11 plefrlast- a t lI ailiff v IOMM tk s0an to tack tkw MryMylwM4 Ml r t 5r rI- t tf SOLDIERS IN BATTLE HOW Men Feel and Act With Death All About Them I THE STORY OF A PRIVATE With the Beginning of the Fight Comet Fear but That Soon Pastes Away In the Eagerness For Killing Varying Effects of Wounds A narrative of the battle of Solferl no as told by a veteran survivor to Robert Shacklcton appears In Dar pers It Is word for word a chapter of history as seen by a man in the ranks Incidents which Impressed him are curiousWe and a Tyrolese lying on the ground cried out I am dying Give mo to drink Whereat my com panion stooped to offer him a flask and aa bo stooped the Tyrolese struck savagely at him with his bayonet but my companion Jumped back and It missed him and he said You Tyro lese you said you wanted a drink be fore you died and now you shall die without the drink And ho stuck his bayonet through him as a boy would sUck u pin through a fly The fighting soon began again and i It was very fierce It was soon that wo came to know that we were to cap ture a little village and the bills about the village The village was named San Marltlno and there were walled barns and gardens and the Austrians were very strong there Tho bursting of tho shells was very bad Sometimes all of us close by would be thrown down and be coy ered with mud and earth but most of j us would Jump up again not wounded but always there were some who would not jump up again because they were wounded or tlel1dIAt the beginning of a battle a sol dler feels afraid At tho beginning of this battle 1 felt afraid and I know j that other men felt afraid though It was not our first battle and we knewi what It was to be under tire So It was that at the beginning we commended ourselves we felt like death but soon that phased away and we thought no more of death but only of the killing of the Austrians I All around me men were killed There were heads and arms blown off and men flew Into pieces like the smashing of a jug But we did not care Wo thought nothing of It II ado not know that we even knew we saw such things but some of them come to me as I sit with you and talk of that long day Wo did not notice and we did not think that at any mo ment we too might have our heads blown off or be smashed Into little pieces like the breaking of a jug Once when we rushed over the bls guns and killed the men who still fought with us we turned the guns to fire on the Austrians as they flew away but they had driven bits of steel Into the touchholes and so we could not fire them They were of a cour j age those Austrians Only once In all that battle did 1 think much of what I saw or heard and that was when there was the terrible screaming of a captain who i bad his foot shot off He twisted and turned as he cried out and It was a very bad sound But It Is just as it chances I saw many men who were hurst worse than that captain and many who were blown Into little bits but I did not trouble about them It Is just If it chances o It is very often that a man does not know that ho Is hurt I remember that once there wits a man near me with a great hole in his forehead but he ran right on with us with his bay onet and I thought He will fall dead But after that 1 saw him no more for there was always the fighting The storm and the blackness they made of usa great mixing Yes It was a vet great tangling for all lines were lost and I know that someUmes Austrians struck at Austrians and sometimes Italians struck at Italians for we were in a very great mixing and very fierce In the blackness of that stormWe were told to lie down and sleep So we lay down where we were among the dead and the wounded among the Italians and the Austrians And we slept Yes we were tired for wo had fought hard for all that long long day and on that hill that at last we hall gained we slept and we gave no heed to the dead men or the wounded the wounded they made very great cries and there were men sent to go among them with lights Somo were surgeons and some were men to carry them to the field hospitals But the most of us we lay there and slept and we were very tired and we knew that with the morning there might be an other fight The Hungry Author The following Is an extract from the notebook of an author Rose at5tgadlbadaonnet and a breakfastRetired with eat supper as I feared the neighbors would be annoyed by tho rattling of the knives and t rkaStLouls Bo- Ppzhcp f45 N- w PoorHoV did you go blind1 i Well mum answered tiredTread weU do fblit time dot I noticed It 1V aawbenfw Nitlpolila Srwae- rhtt JIIm aUttteJa lJi thai 7oa take 1Jaj 10 I y M SHORT STORIES Twentyfive million words are neui over the Atlantic cables annually = The fingers are of unequal length enable one to grasp objects of ent sizes toI Policemen lii Columbus 0 are have n tailor at headquarters to repair their uniforms Out of every million letters that pass 4 through the postofflce It is calculated I that only one goes astray i The Jewish population of the United States was In 1803 about 3000 In I 1 1008 It Is estimated at more than a millionWhen I a child dies In Greenland the parents bury n living dog along with the corpse the animal being supposed to act as the childs guide In the other worldThe population of the world could be contained In the little state of Dela ware If people would be satisfied to live In as congested a state as they do In eleven blocks of New York city A tramp who arrived nt Rutland Vt claimed that he had beaten his way from the PaclUc coast dud had traveled as far south as Texas on freight trains Stealing rides inn trains he said was an easy matter compared with getting something to cat without any money Flippant Flings Indiana Is taking a long time to de cide whether It will settle down to literature or politics Washington- Star I The treasury department reports an Increased demand for one dollar bills Are wo turning pikers Buffalo Kx pressOne troupe of chorus girls has beet provided with chaperons And we al j ways thought It was the men needed I protection Milwaukee Sentinel I There is to be another peace meeting of the powers at The Hague It Is tq be hoped this will not precipitate the long talked of outbreak of hostilities Baltimore AmerlclIlIi Scraps of Science a Using extremely delicate Instruments the French Academy of Science Is ex perimenting with an unknown force supposed to be electrical In nature given off by the human body With n blowpipe using n nilxturea of acetylene and oxygen steel and cop per sheets a quarter of an Inch thick may be welded more cheaply than riveted A temi craturc of 0000 de grees Is used- Mercuric Iodide and cupric oxide nre two of the Ingredients of a newly invented heat detecting paint TheI paint which Is to he used on machine and engine parts Is a brilliant red but on becoming overheated turns black Curious Ads Ie These advertisements recently liP peared in London papers IC Wanted Situation by a young lady i who can do all kinds of sewing and embroidery except e For Sale A tumll mulcIeral cemetery tiful outlook Room for two Just received a flue lot of live rab bits Persons purchasing the same will be skinned and cleaned while they wai- tLostrt cameo brooch representing Venus and Adonis on the 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me 1 collected The woman won tile sync 0patllyTcsulia were that she got a new brIdle some small change and lodging for lierself and feed for her broncho for last nIght- Jean Is not a stranger In Owensbor tor any of the surrounding counios as she has traveled over many mile One thing unusual about her Is that she Is traveling without her manY tiogs that she lmd on former visIt hereThe woman stated else was she t by some unknown person a few week s iago while coming across Ohio county r Tie gun she said was loaded with buck shot and several took effect In Mier left arm and some where Inbeded In ttiae ponys neck Tie unlmikl was only slightly injured by the shot but Joan did not fair so wcl ache hIS noi ryot rotten tie use of ler arm hut lIttle since tha tim- eCourt Notes The Ohio Circuit Court adjourned Tuesday at noon after seven and a halt days of very diligent work The disposition of the Cases on theOomtiv and ordinary dockets disposed of since our last Issue folow jComtb vs Buck Allen verdict of 3Jury for defendant Comth vs Len Hall verdict of Jury t tutor defendant Comth vs Buck Allen E M wood ward County Attorney Wed statement naud prosecution was dismissed Comth vs J E Blythec state iment filed and on motion of Comth ithese six prosecutions were dismissed Comth vs Chas D Brown 2 cases continued fat Oomch nth vs Claude Chapman don Ailmicd CorComth- Comtb vs Paul Johnson of col 4Bitvrgied with malicious waundlngver dlot at Jury guilty and punishment flx eJ at two years in the penitentiary Comth vs Elijah Crowe and Roy Crowo charged with murder affidavit tflled and continued for defendants Comth VB Murray Crowe charged vwithl nuirdoraffldavlt filed and oantin 4sd lor defendant irhftgranil jurj empaneled for flheNo wember term adjourned Saturday after nrotn ruing 31 Indictments classified us follows Disturbing public worship unlnvftii selling a ilriuid mixture wMoh pnodu tees Intoxcation o carrying concealed tt deadly weapon 4 foinlcatlon 1 unI IlAwfully selling liquor 1 unlawfully KiBvilfilhlns liquor te a minor 3 gJ111bI Jlog C unlawfirly refusing to re Cerve the vote of another 1 pro renting voters front casting their balj 3ots J shooting and wcundlng 4 main taining public uuls nce 2 crime of unlawfully and felootouslyt offering iniouey to an officer to influence his woto 1 crime of murder 2 grand lar- wqy 2 NARROWS Nov 25 11r J B Renfrow who Las been In business in Arkansas for Jibe past eight months is expected tome this week Mr and Mrs B P Petty visited tends at Fordsvllle Sunday Ir Frank Alen Select viiitml Ms Tiarents Mr and MTs W P Alton the first of the week Me and Airs W R Ferguson of Snnnydale visited Mr and Mrs 0 T Willis Sunday Mr W E Doikery postmaster at McDuniuls Ilreckenridge county Is wlsltlng relatives here tMs week Candidates C E Smith and W W Park were shaking hands with the Rei ub leans here Tuesday Mr Smith enjoyed the jleasaiit incident of drop = jJng into the postoffUe and shaking hands with a party of eight Republic uns each of whom assured Jim of his supportIMrs R F Whlttinghll and little daughter Mary Gardiner of Owens looro are the guests of Mr and Mrs JJ H Whlttlughlll airs Arnold Smith left Saturday 3or Hunter Arkansas to Join her husband where they will make their l JUitijvo home ilc W B Cropper and daughter bU8S Ethel of Covington Ky are 7lsklqg the family of Mr Clarence Welter Mr Grover Tree who has been serv 3ng la Uncle Sams army the past three years returned home last We9k11 3V band of night rovers have been I tterrorlzing the sleepy citlzena of this community for several nights past TheyNrt out just after fright aid tkbRonie and the woods howl till Itbe aifcroiteli of tlio tibrnlngs small hbure Tile mn1llj31e or the night rovers iave beeN made public nd imdttgtia eaders fire DrT D Ren trtiw E O Kirby O D Featrestfam Jack Walker Coming down to Common English the local boys led by Dr Ben frow have been slaughtering the Innocent coons and opossums unmercl fully Jor the past few night an seen to greatly enjoy tile eporU Sunday School Meeting The meeting of the Cromwell Mcg Istorlal Sunday SohiCtol AasocdatiQi with Hickory was lL splendid been don The duouse was full ttnddbiqipoo gram responded to aomplctolyAucccp the splendid weldome address was glv en by Hon It C Jarnagin instead QC Dr Smith win wee unavoidably ab CutxllifSOntof Ready Ky was present and took part In the proceedings and alSo Rev Jas T CaseWer of Hartford County Evangelist who is conducting a pro tracted mooting at Mt ZIon In the absence of the regular president and secretary Mr R P Li kens was elected temporary ctalrmhn and Miss Kva Ragland as secretary BtotCi did their work well Most of the 8cinctols were roprs ented by del egattes or written report Nine schools are now in operation In the district several closed and ottters Juav ofneverthel ffleers made seed reports of work done and contemplated The following were elected as of ficers for ensuing year Birch Shields President Beaver Dam R P Likens Vice President Beaver Dam Miss Mary Taylor Secy and Trdas Beaver Dam Supt of Education Dr N J Rains Jtoslne Supt at Visitation E P Sandorfur Beav er Dam Supt of OrganlznUlan Hen ry Loach Kamr noon fiupt of Ele mentary Grades Mrs Lucy Brown Olatou Supt of Intermediate Grade Dr W S Smith Beaver Dam Supt PorterofBeaver Dam An offering of 243 was made liar the work and it was agreed to moot ot SundaywttltIn next April A special committee cwasAltogether It was one of the best district conventions ever held in the yetcountyto hold this year Resolution of Respect Ceralvo Chapter No 40 O E S Ceralvo Ky Nov 23 1908 Whereas God in his infinite wisdom has seen fit to call from earth on Nov 8th CII friend and sister Mrs Tottralia Barnardto a higher and better life in that celebrated world above where parting never comes therefore be itResolved That In the death ot sister Barnard our Chapter has lost a true friend and faithful member her dlurchcommunitya consistent Christian and her family- a kind and devoted wile and nether Be It resolved That the sympathy ot this Chapter be extended to the bereaved family In this their sad hour ot bereavement and bid them hope and consolation In tie assurance that she Is now basking in the sunshine of God and is but another link in the chaIn that binds the Louie to heaven When that day arrives may we all be prepared to meet hir in Unit land butaliveall is eternal peace and ihapplneas Be it futher resolved That a copy ot tltee resolutions be spread upon our record book a copy be sent to the bereaved family and tiblat a copy ie sent to the Ohio county papers for publication M J WILLIAAB ANNA GARTER MYRTLE WILLIAMSCommittee Minutes of League Meeting Members of the School Improvement league met at West Nocreek school house on Friday evening Nov 20th with all officers present and a largo number of visitors as well House called to order by President J P Foster following the rollcall and reading of minutes by Secretary followed by a little business transaC- tion A short program was next rendered consisting of select reading speeches and declamations To the delight spellingmatchoftook place next with Misses Maude Ellis and Flldla Foster Champions BeIng the desire of the league for the resident to select a giver and pro nouncer of words which toll In favor ot Miss Alberta Greer who filled the imaco very favorably in her clear die i duct way of pronouncing After a late hour spelling ended followed by more Important business A committee was appointed to set trees namely Messrs L M Ward D S ihamberlalnW lUlasn Stevens Jr Dudley Wosterfleld and Robert Davis Dla evertingDecember 1a BHLVA L McCORMICK0ec McHENRY oJifIe9orguT mrsday after eevorul weeks s body was taken to fondtte where she was a member tu n Eorvlccs were hold there The family hoe our deepst sympath tVe regret to say that the twoyea old baby of Mr andrQ Frank Pen man died Saturday and wasburied gun day at the Render cemetery Dr Bailey of Central City was la town Sunday on very Important bus ness Think he Is coining back next Sunday if It dont rain Mrs Bess Render entertained the ladles society last tyeek All report a pleasant time The Rise in Prices theretcan be but one reply Back In 94 uc cording to a story that Congressman Madison of Kansas Is telling farnu came to town and bought aJwagori HE came again last Euiutnor and asked for another ttbe same kind You paid 60 for that Wagon didnt you asked the dealer Well another like It will cost you 70 3 he farmer began to use bad Jangunj concerning the Tariff but the dealer in wagons bade him be patient You bad to give me 600 bushels of turn for the wagon didnt you he inquired Well this year if you will give me 600 bushel of corn Ill give you a flew wag on the best cooking stove in the store the best selfbinder in the shops and add what kitchen utensils you can use fThe dealers arithmetic was correct Corn was sellng at 10 cents in 1904 In 1908 it Is selling at 70 cents and upward Syi cuse PostStandard SMALLHOUS Nov 23Rev G II Luwrenco and wife Beaver Dam are in oUr midst the guest of friends Ho came to fill his regular appointment at SmallUous churchRev Hiram Brown was elected by Smallhous church to preach for them by a unanimous vote Rev G H Lawrences time will be out the fourth Sunday in December Mesdames Will Nichols and children South Carrollton and James Halloway and children Livermore are the guest Mr and Mrs Opple Klttlnger Miss Debbie Taylor who has been the guest of friends and relatives the past wa k will return to Hartford to day Mr and Mrs S E Hunter wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Jut Ross the latter part of last week slue 0 W Overhus was at the bedside of her nephew Muster Walter Withrow who was quite ill last week Mrs Billie Withrow who has been iiL I S fijple B lIot Rep llbl b Priinry i1 etSi9O1L n jt quite 111 for some time is no better Wrs Lizzie Withrow who is quite ill is thought to be some better Qlr James C Drake is having chills Mr Allen Busklll will move his family to Central City Wednesday Mr Hersuell King left for St Louis SaturdayMr T S Overton got his foot and wrist badly hurt Saturday while on his way to church Tile harness broke and the buggy upset Mrs Overton who was with him received no injuries and we hope Mr Overton is not seriously hurt Mr John Lewis has returned from the bedside of his daughter and re ports but little hope of her recoverY- Mr Flelden Bennett Beda was a guest of Mr and Mrs Alva Calloway ThursdayMessrs Fred Boone Alva Calloway M p Maddox and J C Hill went to Hartford last Monday Mrs Alva Calloway was the guest of Mr and Mrs Duncan near Rock 1 port recently o list Little May Godsey Is on the sickJ Mrs James H Fulkerson who has ti been afflicted with rheumatism for Saturday some trine was able to attend chtircttr 3L jl I anyhustlinggood clothes feast Everyathings prepared for you ready to serve here Weve dressingfor Hart Schaffner Marx clothes are ready to the best clothes wearI find no matter what you maylookmakes no difference to usJwhether you come here first or last youre sure to buy your clothes here first is cV gottheto show you These overcoats are made in the smartV est styles of a very fashionable season youll find one that suits you perfectly and it will fit Youll find suits here in plenty to satis fy any wish you may have 1 The clothes are right so are our This store is the home pricesI tfHart Schaffner MarxclotbesI ET3 A T5 TTTPC2 jO n S BROS Beaver Dam Kentucky r Ib I f