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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j h1I 1 artfjj-y IttpttbltCQU i icicle lob Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year VOLXXI HAIZTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 4 1908 No z0 PRICES IAN BE tON TROLED BY FARMERS Some Thtlely Remarks on a Subject Imittt trAll ers To all people w o are Interested inacbompllshing the first great bject Of the society vlz To eecuroprofita- ble price for ill farm product U we were to conclude that we had theto- baccoattuatfon under control we as KentuckY farmer are a long way from the lull realization of the above named objects as we are Interested to iIO many different crops and espe cially In vIew of the condition of the hog market is the last twelve months as compared to the price of corn It should certalnly stir us to earnest ef t rtsto control the price of hogs II dare say the tanners have lost more than enough In the last year on hogs alone to defray the expenses of organizing and puttIng themselveS In position to wonderfully Influence It not control the price ot nearly every product of the tanns or our entire county Then add to the loss on hogs and loss on cattle and wool to say noting of the many mInor losses from which we hay sUffered all because ot the lack of- thorough organization and cuopor- laton among our people as n means through which our people are to be educated In the science r of price mak Ing atnongfarmbreand by farmers up on their products and controlled marketing sa tncans of maintnJn- dng the vr10 hen taxed In view of the atlove tilted facts everyone must see that this greatrouse Is yet in 4st infancy and we are really just beginning to enjoy the benefits of cooperation Now brother farmers why t win we trifle with a matter that means so much yes wo alight say means everything to bur P0- ple r Enough 1bas already been accompllabed to de geaatrrste beyond doubt that We can ac- compli all thet iabjeets otoUr great SocIety Ifwew Ui but be earnest- honest courageous and persistent OneDf the greatest CUld most pressing needs of the hour Is a stronger and more thorough orgtnizaton a laying aside o f aibkrifllng differences alit may tend to hinder complete cooperation Call all Local Unions togethbr Cenew our convenantsyith one all other resolve that wb wlll not allow ourselves to he ooefl1cd out of the great victories that fire easily w1ll4111 our rercii the frUits of which we could so rieuly enjoy which are the enjoyment of our just slinro of the fruitS of bur laUor wl1lch would mean- better fm fl rcducaUOl1r for our chiidren deent roods ror the nouq ty at large thb raising of the ti1and- nrd of our people flnanclallyt socially mortllj Intellectually andotherwise In abort it moans peace happiness and prosperity for our country An organization capable ot accom- jtBshing these greatly to be desIred ye- sults must have the support of the iJoopie financially It etnnotbe main tainedwithout said support Therefore Bro Farmers we wawt to 0 appeal to you to see that the litle pittance of 160 the amount of your annual dues Is paid as soonas pos stbxl as the state and National unions If need the money to push forward the work of organization ThfsIsthe logical time of year to do said work while the farmersare nob so busy with their farm work We should take advantage of our opPortunity to prepare to take care of tllo marketing of our crops be ffore another calamity In the WHY of I low prices Is upon J1S Also the ubst lftho tobacco controlled by tito society d sold and the people are delivering and therefore have tM toadymoiiey to pay th No little expdnses mb1chl by the W y Is not atax but nn Investment that will return to them more than the same amount placed anywiero else There Is ruuchi yet tp 00 done Then let us al1 gotbuAy in an effort to stir up die careless in our own ranks en large our memborsblp Let the strongly orifanlzed sections help the weak or- uporganized connnuitlesyThiela the real spirit of egooperatio- nWh9teyerarraY1ioour vleus Inru questtolaItti oliooljndtheJ1e the nl o nizat onln aU our efforts Han ecoaertdo means 6faca- ao Ushing our tW herd thij- v t Qi i wa4t a3 iY taraIerixis1the tdglcalpkace4geI tsd nhIlxw a not c av Stltr 1 1 f J t 1 afford to throwaway the greet hone fits that itls posslbte for us tll secure tin coojerat4ve marketing of other crops because we dmagine wee differ In I regard to bow to control the tobacco situation riont let or prejudices runt away vylth our better Judgment to the great Injury of uU M F SHARP Magistrate Sold the Coupty- Locust Posts Frankfort KrDec2oovernor Willson this morning pardoned Sam n Cabs ell ot Washington county Iampbell who is a alaglstrate ways Indicted for the offense of being inter ested in I contra to turnlsij locust post far a County bridge The tine for such an offense Is from 50tosoOO- Tho ovldence before theGovernor showed that Campbell WM not guiltY of any wrong whatever fare locust posts were needed and no offer of less than 100 to furnish them was received by the Court Campbell said that was too high as ho had posts on W9 farm that ho WOUld sell for 50 but he would not like to do so as lie was a member of the Court Ho was assured by the County Judge and County Attorney that there could be no harm In it especIally as he was say lag the county 50 He then furnished the posts and was indicted for this technical violation of the lawIFOR THE BUSY READER Rebbers blew open the safe of the Olpe State Bank at Olpe Kau and secured 2000 I The Atlantic battleship fleet under Rear Admiral Sperry line sailed from Manila TJte next port gt call Is Ce- lombo Ceylonylit k a t I1of Indkt oiit stlt t1 there will bej- a clash betwpenkntneraand anthracite coal ope rs when the present agree meat exp res on April 1 y pl the Currency Murray hun issuedacall on national IxlnkBtor statement of theIr condltionnttho close of business November 27 A cablegram from Cue Foe China says that two Japanese steaUlslltpa eel lided oft that port anif It is believed that 700 persons wore drowned S fPhe La Fayette Trust Company a reorganization of due Jenkins Trust Company ot Brooklyn which wont- down In tbs lnanclal panic of n years ago has closed Its doors 5- 3t6ne Stelniti1 will be exitinnined today by J5agistrate Mhdre ut Paris and It Is expected that there will ho some I lnteresthg doveiopments In tle now I I famous 1l1steryIappealed kis cytse W Uie Indiana Su premo Court Damplore wen convicted of arson tPO case growing out of tile Guinness trtgedies at Wlllt lad 1 true recent rains have made It IJO sible for tobacco to ho pt1zell and the members of the Durey Tobacco Society are rapidly delivering tiJelr crops at the warehouso where It Is to be Inspected S Jim McCarty and Tom Bryant two whine men and both emploetl ut toI same coal mines In Davless county had a pistol duel lust Friday night In wllcl both were dapgerously wound ed The trouble arose over tonllly affairs Col Phil A Thompson SS years of age and at ore time Lieutenant Gov- ornor of Kentucky died I1t his houo In Harrodsburg last Saturday Ho serf ed one term as U S Senator wen a noted lawyer anda exgon federate soldier and was prominent I IilIyounger Tho stile of Ohio county tobiicco to i the Imperial Tobacco Oeiilpany whicH was relJortedln these acoluurnetwe- weeks ago tJdwlilch depended Oh pies to be furrilshlcd luau hcontc Qd i1oneeltveeat tlighquityNUanokL 1 farttorahflnd ith haS edtorollantieah pttliistobaoaoliere w1 4oh IH if y khan = or lltrt J ford and vicinity itsit wlllrglve etn ploYnonttoartaret da- ntll next fall flue fact WmH open andr9d7ttorecelve tobacco oil- IgondayrDecl4 I A j f ic I HAS NOT SPOKEN IN THIRTY YEARS Young Man Jilted By Girl Has Since Abstained From COnversation 3Hlddletown Pa Dec lFor thirty years Denjamlh Landis who lives his mother In modest little home two miles ouhldef this towit hasI reilativesjilted by a girl whom he loved devot youthI years ago Den Fannie Gingertch i of the countryside LandisIwasently Jilted he tried to forget that there had lived such a girl as bnnleG- lngorlcb and Ilc went West hoping his affection might be lost In a mIning camp or OIl a prnllle mach For sovat- al years ho lived near Kansas City but finally lie came East and return ed to his mother near nddletown Loves name had not died out but ho was n tar dlror6ut Den Landis fewlyearsho became queer while West hut neIghbors and friends say It was the girl WIthal Landis confessed that the untoward culmination of Liis love nt fair had disheartened him It was at tide time In his life that ls took the vow never Bg1lD to hold a eonyeratton lengthtAnd he has Lived up to this elfIm posed notalkfoTUro sentence unflinchingly for thirty years Now and thou he mumbles s abort sentence but his mother Mrs Catherine Lan dls with whom he has lived since he swore off talking says lie neggr spooks 4o her Landl is picturesque In dress and features He wears his hair a foot long and binds It under his coat He never shaves and his beard extends half way to ills belt It Is thirty years since the hair or beard has been cut Ills only recreation Is skating and he is a prominent figure Oil Swatarn creek llmost any winter day Today the womlll whom Lmdla wooed is a widow Her husband was killed on n railroad sixteen years ago She lives with her parents near the Lendls home but Bun never speaks to her Afternoon Reception Mesdames E W Ford and JOb l T- 3lrorre received tit Mrs Mc ors last Frltlny lCtelneoll from to F In 1n- or d tclr sister Mrs W D More JlOuis iH- oLittle ilIss Jlury Elln tclrc met the guests and u5herrtl tlkun into the byFteMrs W H Moore and Mrs Marta A Ress About eighty guests called Tte dining room was tastefullyand artistically deoerated In large pink lavender cltt santemnms and ferns and UgJted by beautiful candelabra Delightful cake anti Ices were served In Ue dining nxm over avthicL Little Niss Naucy Ford preslded- Ti3E matron d iIonur a brIde of I CJn1gltulatlons awn The guests at departing tbped to again meet the ohsrmtug matron or- oonori and that1kcd the tcstess far so enjoyablo a reception Night Riders Refuse to Allow Saw Mill to Operate Tll1tJI1llle Torn Dec 2Cou sldrnble exlltenteJt was created hero this morning by n rumor of more nlgtli thololdstory was brought by u number of fisherman who lives on Caney Island and a ho carne hero to sell fish for the regular Saturday market I ITheyrellOrt that tIe pickets at a Port Rankle or withIn ii mile anti a halt of Sainlurg were fir= jed upon b nIght riders but the fislt- ermun I did not know whetherany of spidtlloterfrupUoUI seems vhatithoowneta of the saw mll1 attempted toresumo ttoms at caetwillyiast tve6ltyrbytwere hoti find by night stdAttr t t theyoould nottunthemllt wbe1slip6e adeWl o lsoldIors jvute duty vSlthZ about the property The men report that It sounded to tent like at least flay shotguns were oolllg used in tIle furJ1lade- I The wires are bon In trouble and the story cannot be confirmed but n party of the Tlpouville posse prepared at once to visit the Scone and InvestIgate the matter Sheriff Hines Is sun In Nashville Electton Contest Probable Louisville Ky Dec lWork of intheThird district on behalf of Dr A D- James the Republican candidate has begun by Walker W4lkins of Central City and the law firm of Sparks and Belcher of Oreonvllle and It Is pro babp that James rovhl contest the elec of R Y Thomas JrtheDemocrat who had a small majority returnaI county no were delivery box IOS for negro voters warning them not- to vote und sIgned N R Those will furnish one basis of contest Watch For the 1884 Trade Dollar Tile trade dollar has been ylndleatet It Jworth Its weight iu Old and u more If It lll1111OIIS to be of tJie 1884 Issue Of1t110Brenner DuKalb who shougltt It ut i rare bargaIn at SO Only five of tile coIns are In exlstotrco so far as Is known I A copper cent of the date of 1991 Is not to be sneered at Ben G Green i UPIllouredu flying deslgn one copped and the other nickel were purchased by Mr for 31 and 3750 respectively GreenI were said to be the highest record for similar coins S Handcuffs Unlocked to Allow Farewell to Girl To Kaye the prettiest girl at lltreary and then I be arrested oft a charge sworn out nearly a year ago and to be compeied to get another man to take the girl IIHIIIO while ito wlllked away between two policeman with handcuffs upon ht wrists WM the fate tonight of Claude i Io1t1IIfIcbDrano ot Jopiln and Loggott or Galena on tiJ oIoargo of fo gl1g a check upon J S Dames at Galena and II r as4 for Me arrest was swvra out DeI centber la Pro litorhry was hold in a little Icllolhouie wUIt only one door Drano entered and mlngktl wlth to crowd lit ion locted Sfcphciit sad cllklll him out AI son as Stepiteur w a outside he o1lul Liiaself wider arhe anal a pair ot handcuffs hdDg swapped on is w14s- ate thq ron5tal started to load imt away lit broken4y Pletuied to IJtJ d lowed to see the girl and bid her brood by Ills appeal finally won over Drlle who unlocked the handcuffs rind stood in the doorway whtle IJ bade togirl goodbye fid arltg d for anot er ta to taho her ltomo ir his buggy ladies Social Club Meets On Wednosday Iltternoon the Ladles Social club enjoyed another one or its delightful entertainments with Mrs J S Glenn and Mrs J C lIer at the lovely home of Mrs Glenn Asa dl- vUlson from so rmtch flinch and n source of much merriment In We room had been tylocod twenty illustrative uumbers objects taken for Moth or Goose and wueih the guests had all arrived they were rJcll given u card on which to wrIte the correspondingly numbered I1U8W8 as to W10111 tllJcse objects belonged For example the pep per belonged to Peter Piper the punipkln to Peter Pumpkin crater the staff to little Do Peep and so on When tllo lutdles lend done their bes- the correct answers were read by Mrs Iler and most every one found that seine mistake had been made al though the objects were so appropriate After this delightful and mousing features punch was served then tal lies wore passed and all enjoyed a few amee ot fUnch after which a aeMght- fut lunch was served When the dainties here broug1 t In the ladles were asked to repeat a verse from ACotJherI thatttle spbciul article might UggC8t Oi re- IIieatiui the i proper verse toy seo lmmedllt01yserv Iti Js needless ito suyJtbatMm Glonn and+ + irePailert Ire tollarmiilghoetsssara rJi I h VS LOVERS MEET IN DownIFinds Fiance Chicago Dec 1Wednesdayswtnd and rainstorm was hailed as an ante Thanksgiving day blessing by one couple John J Foey and Miss Josephine Barker of Ohio Through a collsion on the sidewalk both were hur rylng along with bent heads each re cognized In the other a childhood sweet heart whose parents had prevented a marriage Each had been looking I for the other for four years wIthout sue cess Foley wIlD is employed In the I printing plant of R R Donnelly was i walking hurriedly when he with and knocked down a collidedI man He stooped to pick up tim and the eyes of both met WhY i Josephine exchtmcd Foley Is that really you The young woman stain mered Yes John at last we have mtt11 Foley accompanied Miss Darker residence of mutual friends where the aunounccmcut was made that the long elayed wedding would be celebrr ed In a short time 3Bss Barker and Foley formerly lived In Windsor Canada When the young man was 19 year old and the young woman 17 years both decided to rnarry Their parents Interferred however mid the young wo man was sent to Europe Foeye soon afterward carne to Chicago Gets Permit to Hunt Instead of license to Wed A dispatch from Vandalla Ill contains the rollowln strange titorTyer = avIgathered at the home of Miss Mayme Augustine West Vandalla to witness her1IriirrlagetoDlvely Miss Augustin was compelled to tell her company the wedding would have to be postponed all because her fiance she said bad got a hunting permit Instead of n marriage license Dively seeIngthe humiliation lIe had caused his intended also and himself blamed the license clerk and declared lie would make It hot for lint Start lug out with this Intention Dively soon iran amuck und was arrested by City Marscal Ray and locked lip Arter spending a night In Jail Dively repent I ed rend fit tie sohaattioui of hit brlrberrbo WitH relear IHSIiseesed r nut or 10 llf1li etiss- Co g rrnnteC uht Divel- ylaaom iIIod by 31153 UjJlIlJt aglimj- iapplied u County CI llclcl aad tshs to plOruld t t rlglJt kdoJC license Jo eouplo clIealed to Squire B own fen louder roligt He pronounced meal jusha11l1 aad wife Baby Dead In Mothers Arms Paducah Ky Dec 2Wllo1 Mrs Ira tll1thls or SIS Northt Sixth street j wIth her baby In her arms answered te front door bell tubs morning her I rarel was startled by tho exelamatiout Oh uiy baby Is dead An cxamlnll- tIun showed that tilt child In Curs Maths arms lead been dead several 1II01IlS She 4 al token It up from the bed whoa she tiIshed her ntornlugs work and had not noticed that It was cold find stiff Tlrq infant was several uncntrs old sad apparently well last night- Among the Lodges Do not forget the regular meeting or Hartford Ledge No 675 F C A M- next Monday evening There will hI work In the second degree 55Hartford Chapter No So Eastern Star will initiate two candidates at the next regular meeting and wHI receive n glOw1Ing an lntoresthg meeting last Tuesday evening They InlUatd two candi dates into the mysteules of the order and afterward resolved the rneotlng Into u tacky party A number of In teresttng gaines wore playedIIidolhfur niahed amusement tor tho ladles until a late hour- Rough RiVer Lodge No 110Kot Polectedtho following officers attne regular 1t1eOUpg stTuesday evening toserve for six months beginning January1 let 1909 Chancellor Command or E D Pendleton Vice Chancellor E P Moore Predate John T Moore Master at Anna J B Tappan Master or Work R D Wdlter Keeper ot Records and Seal Roscoe Render Master of Finnnce J H WUllawe Master ot Eeclwquer George Lewis Inside Guard Jere Hoover Outside Guard Berry L Taylor Member ot Board of Control S T Ihtrnett One petition for membership was received All members are urged to attend the regular meeting next Tusday evening Equity Banner Floats Over American Tobacco House trays111e Ky Nov 30Every Idle man In Maysvilo was put to work to day at the plan of the American T0 bacco Company for the work of re handling samplIng and prizing 7000 hogslteuds of the 1907 crop III In progress In honor of the satisfactory settle mont of all differences the banner of the lson County Equity Society was hoisted over tile big warehouse mwO months wl1 Lo required In which to complete the task of delivering the tobacco Evangelist Casebier Writes I have just closed Il good meeting nt lit Zion church last Saturday which resulted In 11 professions or faith and some reclaimed I had with me Itevs R T Beck of- MaHenry and Mll er of Butler county The church was greatly revived and a general renovation of things In the community Took 913 for dlstTlct and state mission The outlook Is good for an evergreen Sunday schoolI and a prayer meeting is needed which we think will be organized soon We found a good people In this part or the country need to be educated up to the Masters work r College News The fallowing Is the summary report of all trachers for the third school month total yearly enrollment273 total number of pupils In attendance during the month 263numoor of days- taught 20 total number of days at tended by all pupils 4862 average number of days attended JeIVpupU171a average number ot pupils attending each dart23t cases of tnrdlnoss4 cases of truancy 1 caste of corporal punfahment 1 leer cent or attend nave Lased ou enrollment 90 percent of attendance based on belonging 94 This Is the best nonthly report of tibia year but there are two items especially which should he En hei- n ed on as to render It unnecessary to mention them In a nrorrthly re port The first Is cases of tardiness There Is na cxcuso for being tardy Morevet just tt few pupils and the some ones each month make ell tile tlllrtlr uuarks It seems IJJ Io he 01110 It habit already with a very few and will unless broken ulha11tIloav them In life- Grand Opening of the Bazaar Ccnsidet y nrelf Inlted to be pree ont at t i correctly constructed and cnsidetutely Ol11blnell cnllc Carni- ml to be tell at the Dazao Rooms OfllnOI at Cotter street And Apple alley Monday night Dec 7 19OS under the tlllllllcc6 of the Sowing Circle of the M 1 Church There will ha for sale cousplcucus eurtes served In tsanfusetl oompactness and cunning calico conveniences that will ho n con sumt QJII1f rt Ladles are asked to wear ottlica gaw ns and bring one halt ircuml of carpot rags carefully cut Gentlemell to WOOl crtlloo tie and bring It thimble 1lnes will be intptcsed for failure ID observe these rules FINES FOR LVDlES Any lady wearing silk or woolen dress Sets cotton other Hunt calico 3e plain ring Ie Sat ring 2e ear bobs 2c buds or bracelet eJllttoll shoes Ie 111t Gc Failing to bring carpet rags 5c- FINESFOR MEN Any gentlemen who falls to wear n calico tie Gc tailing to bring thlm- hle 6c false Or gold teeth 2c each or lOc a gum mustache In whiskers 2e bald head 3c specks 2c patent shoes 2c lodge emblems 2e- P S Any person who sits In a corner and refuses to converse will be tined fie N B Any gentenlen caught eat lag wIth hIs knife will bo3 fined jOe oreaoh ofteace Ip S At the door you will be met by a competent committee who will introduce you to a charming companion for that evening who will assist- you in sewn s carefully and compactly your collected contribution caiefully- cut s i it N BrCaslante coin carefullycol lectedot t door O r oi t o rules I- tv lint AUUNfiRRY fiHOST ATE A BISCUIT Remarkable Stories TOld at A Seance Of Spir- itualismf Ghee rtiiroeot a rlghly Interesting nature to beltever s Ui1 akepiice itllke were related lit a meatng of tie City Twdple DeWbag Society NIt sroriee were told by George Sprlqa at one tme a spiritualistic medlutu land now 0e President of the PaychuJlneralerieSudety Every story ve staid 11Ia well authenticated Ills owe convk3tou wan that spirit communion Is ndt only a poserbtlity but an actual and reelfzed act- On one ocMlliAn lie said a soonce was held round a table at the residence of flees Lewis of Cardiff All the sisters Including Father Butcher n Jlrlt6t and the Rev David Jones kept their bonds on the top of the table In about five minutes raps were near and on looking under the table there wore found a small bun of grapes a brnach CrOIl1 an apple tree one from a pear tree buutucs of w eat and barley rood some peas One of to reverend gentlemen exclaimed This Is as near nmelicl tiS possible Describing some of his experiences Ii Melbourne Mr Spriggs said that at one seance a spirit form dressed Inn white gown and red girdle drank half a tumbler of water and ate a biscuitWeighing machines were used to ascertain the dlstlngulahlng features bei liZIedI found that as n result of the seance I hud lost about three pounds to weight The first spirit form who stepped on the scnlos turned the beam at 100 pounds but subsided so rapidlY In weight as to prevent a successive record being taken Indeed tailing to turn the scale at SO pounds he hurriedly retreated Returning again his weight was registered at 104 pounds then 102 pounds and then under 101 poundsDr Mueller who was present dls- tlnctly felt the pulsation of the forms the medium being shown sitting on Ills chair Immediately afterward Dr Motherwell also louad the booting ut the heart to be quite natural One of the sitters contrived to smear his hands with prInters Ink be fore gasping that or the materialize form When tile medium was examined however UIO skeptic WAS grievouslY dlsapplnteod to find no traces whateire- of the Ink which lie had Impressed up on the hand otho form Lost Loaned or StolenI sOne pall of linemans metal slack blocks complete with Buffalo grips lUlled In stringing telephone wires Missed about Nov 10 Anybody know tng ot theIr wlKJrOltJOut will please return them to me J W OBANOAS- 19ti I Hartford Ky Interesting Facts About Women Misa Helen Gould Is a very IJrac- tJeal woman but she seems to be capable of a great dell of sentiment over the memory of tier father Although lie has been dead many ye3JSt man that she has passed meanwhile from girlhood Into mature middle agethis loving daughter liar never laid aside her mourning grab save on gala occasions when she elpenrs In grays or In white Her favorite residence Is at Roxbury N Y the house In which the late Jay Gould was born She hll recently had It enlarged nod beautlfl edVisa Elizabeth Russell has been teaching Japanese girls for almostthlr ty years In 18j9 she founded the Kwassui girls school at Nagasaki and j has been connected with Its active I work ever since Beginning with halt a dozen pupils the school has grown until Its present l1IIOltment IS more than a hundred It numbers among Its uluninae somo of the best known women In tie eUJllrennd nt a recent celebrttlon of Miss Russells seventy first birthday many ot them returned to tile school to show their affection for tile lIoble old Al11erlclIll woman who had educated them Mrs Charles IUee a social leader In Verona a fashionable New Jersey v lage has recently finished the building lldenceonly supervised the work but did much of It wIth hot own hands work lag uometiino tar into the night with several italian IlJsistants Mrs Rice created n great senstlon among her friends lust spring when she appeared In a costume of her own devising at the top of n ladder and began without further ceremony to handle large blocks of concrete SlIe has patented two new methods of concrete building which are likely to add to her fortune Miss Camille Siva lives In Paris and she earns a very brood living by raising crocodiles and tmlnlyg them for exhi- bitlon When site has taught n young croCodile to tic1 tu lrugi andGodosaliotffi other thinS not don J naturally by tile rePtile ape Se1J hl- mt ome sowman who takes king o- atourwhea rls Siva wan a your8 girl she lived in India and made a study ot the crocodile In the rltcr Ganges She found that they could be- tamed and trained and she proceeded tQ teach several of them afterwardc I takIng them to Parish whero theyere ated u great sensation She stillo- tainsticr supply ot grocodilas from tho Ganges i LIRCIA KILLIS CA Il DELL w Lucky Convict i iithouglt Frank Martin of Casey luekyoneIsd while bewgial en to the pent timtlary and Saturday the suit for 0000 for personal injurIes which ho had brought in the Federal Cou through his attorneys Guy Briggs and Adolph DavIs ot Frankfort was settled and dsmLssed Neither Martin nor his attorneys are toJIng what thatIIII While martin was In the cus- todyI ot the sheriff of Casey county I md riding on the Cincinnati Southern road on his way to the pen C1 low months ago the passenger tram In which he was riding collided wIth a freight between Durgin and HIgh Bridge and the prisoner was Jarred and bruLd The sheriff was not no fortunate for he did not get hurt beIPLAYS THE HOODOO AND GETS IN PENA Remarkable Case Tried Re cegUy In the Hardin Cir cu tCoat One or the most remarkable cases on record was tried In the Ihn1InI Circuit Court Thursday before Judge- Weed S Choir Loneda MODoaald a colored hOodoo doctross was arraigned apoa the charge of defraud Ing Harriet Jarzb Colored out ot Uthrough boodoolsm The hoodoolst cast aspen over the Harris woman and cajoled her into the belief that she could care her of the tlmn by placing he money In a sack and tatenlng It to her back The liar ris woman readily PY up bear mon ey =190 the parings or yews to the hoodoolst to accomplish the wonder flJ 1 cure The hoodoofat afterwards replaced the sack or money with a similar sack of ordinary paI I the vkthnirod WODIU alte some length of tIme discovered the baud and bad tho hoodoolst arrested The take doctrrss has been laD gulahing In jail maco prior tothttJDDe term ot Ctmatt Court and the jury Thursday to prevent any moro remarkable cur of hoodoolsm gaT- her tour years in the Eddyyllle pod tontlaTT Pointed Paragraphs A wise man never stops to argue with a polecat over sanitary condi tionsWhen two sweiled hoods get together ouch Is sure that tile other belongs to a fooL Shylock aught as well have been a vegetarian alter aIL He didnt get his pound do flesh The art of living consists In being just dlssatlsfled enough to progress and not dissatisfied enough to be mia erableWhen little Willie glyo his pickle to his sister It Is not always n sign ot great bcartcdness Willie might have the mumps A has No longerthat Is notfora long tlmewm the overbearing Ice Ulao call dally and leave IL small den- spot on tho back stoop wt WyomIng couple waded ten miles through n blinding snowstorm to get married It Is slmlll wonderful what some people wIll do to set Into trouble rho mall who thinks It Is a snap to blOOlne famous should try writing poetry and raising n suburban garden Itud see how doggone hard It Is to catch the attention of the public Ie iTb Giddy Girls of girls thinking to have sOll1e fun with certain young man they expected to call on them during the evening put up n fob to do everything ho did IWhon the young man arrIved and aLter the usual courteIca the first thing he did was to blow his nosc which each ot the girls promptly imitated With a giggling aocoml1allmeDt Thinking It a peralfar coincidence the young man somewhat nervously stroked his hair Both girls followed salt Then he straightened his collar and the girls did the same wIth n boisterous laugh Dp this Ume the wise young man was next to their game Positive of hIs ground lie swoped down and calmly turned up the hollow ot his pants And then It was his Umo w giggle ELECTION OFFICERS FOR COMING PRIMARY I Names of Men Who Will Conduct Tile primary on D- ecember51809 Election Officers for Repubica primary wbo titid December 9 lOS EAST HARTFORDDudJb 3lorris George lilekoy Judges Estii Park Scr1ft Marvin Black Cork WEST llARTFORDS Barnett Ticionorrsicrirr R W King Olerk l mIDAHaden Webb L D Den SheriffrtW R CatlKln Clerk SULPHUR SPRINGSW A Clark Bobs Duff Jr Judgw MarkRenfrow Sheriff AD Wedding Clerk 11 fGANroSs1e Dabblt Walter Mid r kilt Judges Thos lIdkICf Sheriff Thomas Fuqua Cler- kCRmlWELLS T Wllllnms T W Wallace Judges S L Stevens Sheriff C P Amos Clerk COOL SPRINGSL W Hunsaker N M Taylor Judges II L Taylor Sheriff J W Davenport Clerk NORTH ROCKPORTLewIs Rogers Ernie Drown JUdges J T Carter Sheriff Dr A D Park Clerk SOUpH ROCKPORTEd Williams J J Clarks Judges L A McDanIel Sheriff Z Harro Clerk SELECTLuther Rogers Jolla H Stewart JUdges O S White Sheriff Goo W Mar hin Clerk HORSE DRA1oICHLogan Awtrey- T D Frymire Judges Isaac Ford Sheriff Vernon Crowder Clerk ROSiNEW F Sanderfur C E Haley Judges Oscar Crowder Sheriff Walter Earp Clerk EAST BEAVER DASIW P Thorn as E E Rogers Judges Claude Blank enship Sheriff Clyte Taylor Clerk WEST BEAVER DAM J D WI- Uams Sam Stevens Judges A D Stanley Sheriff Nicholas Barns Clerk IddHENRYL D Loney A M Smith Judges R P Beck Sheriff W W Duncan Clerk- CDNTERTOWNO M Bishop U S aught Judges H H Davis SherI lCt Fred Chapman Clerk SMALLHOUSJ Co Hill JT Rowe Judges M p Mnddox Sheriff OWen Hnaer Clerk EASt FORDSVILLEJ D Howard Ohrm Wedding JUdges H C PettyI Sbedlf Virgil Mathews clock WEST FORDSVILLEW rrhos- Kecnrn Andrew Henderson JudgesI Dooley EskrIdge Sheriff A P Miles rkABTNAVILLEJ cob Newton SI L Phillipa Judges Geo Vogle Sheriff Andrew Duncan ClerkISlIREVc T Whlt1nJb11 Judges Lafe DeWocseI Sheriff W A Loyd Clerk OLATONN D White K Dy OrB Judges w H Lyons Sheriff ElIjah Daniel Clerk NIIF1t1BDE CDalrd Jack Kirk Judges Claude Hudson Sheriff Ed Shown Cler- kDRTLEMSH H Chapman Joel Elmore Judges Henry pwniel Sheriff Floyd Davis Clerk HE lJINW M llenla T D Owen Judges Gilbert Hoover Sheriff U sConIUt Clerk- CJilRALVoL A Klnnnel S PI Meofer JUdges John Duncan Sheriff J IL Wood Clerk POINT PLEASANTJ H Everly W F Conditt Judges W A Drown Sheriff Watt Taylor Clerk NARROWSWm Mitchell IL P Petty Judges C C Carter Sheriff Jesse K Miles Clerk RALPHGeo Bowman J T Hel ton Judges Hayden Roach Sheriff Leslie Groor Clerk- PRENTISLeander worley EsoJl Taylor Judges C C Dennis Sheriff Thurntan Taylor Cler- kHERBERTGrant MidklffH L Beavin Judges O T BurdetteSlier Ifh O C RIce Clerk ARNOLDJ L Dyers Jam Albln Judges C C Parlsh Sheriff J lr Shultz Clerk RENDERL Frances Sam JamesI Jr Judges Will Hall Sheriff Alex Rhoids Clerk M S RAGLAND C 3L BARNETT Committee Salting Down Meat Curing meat for future consumption Is one of the annual Jobs of the the farmer In some sections of the country the problem of salting down meat Is a serious one because ct the heat In sections of the South there are winters when threls very little cold weather and It Is not until late that h gina elaughteteda Her lJ a receipt which aald to be i bAO 16x 100 poujd jot tn1aI take ten quarts ot saltpeter ani pound of pepper and two pounds hJ yellow sugar Mix well Jut Th I tub or somo suitable yeEQ1 and 111ell apply the mlxptro eUt Ulemeat Care should be 1 ken totlpply td thoroughly In the cracks and nroun the edges Alter tIle neat has tuk en ahtlo salt lolblo bung it u and powder It with powdernd borax Then smoke the meat Tiro is stiff to be the most sUccessful lneihod o salting meat hero is both from Itaudpont ot l urity and flrLYorEx LTileWay they do Business In Indiana Shollv11le Int1ovcnbel 21A twentieth century graft mow In It- conoeptiun and original ta Its worklns- lias come to light in Shelby countY Trd former Is the victim To werk the game four lersous ore ncce y lelluted minIster find Ills wlfe a ItnShul boy und blushing girl Late In Ute evening whoa It Is pre sunied Mr Farmer Is ready to retire he Is culled to the door by a lou d knodc He Is greeted by n mlnlsterlhlnll gearing man who ark lodging for th night for himself and wife They have been doing work among the farmers and were caught out later than they anttcllluted rl1e long frock coat and white ti appeal to the farmer and consent Is readily given At the fireside religious work Is discussed at some length when a second knock at tile door calls the farmer and lie Is greeted by a blushing and he Is greeted by u blushing young man and demure lass leaning on his armIs there n minister heed Inquires the young man The farmers Interest Is awakened Certainly he replies Tile youth stammering and fussing like a schoolboy confides his secret He and We youngglrlare eloping and learning that n minister Is In the neighborhood desires his servIces No no not I cant become a part nor to such un Incident emphatically declares the mlnlser when told ot the couples desire But Mr and 3ra Farmer are not desirous of missing such a culmlnatlol of a romance withIn their home and persuade the minister to perform the ceremony The minister consents at last Now as witness suggests the min Ister sign thin cerUfl ate here The farmer excled by the evenIngs events quIckly affixes his signature The bride and groom leave at once and the next mdrning the minister and his wife say adieu- Revelations come wIth the arrival of the postman The county seat bank Informs the farmer that a note duly executed und due at a certain date Is now In its possession for collectIon The farmer Instead of signing a marriage certifIcate slgnedhls name toI- L note for 500 A Peculiar Belief as lathe Abode Of the Soul Boston Mass November 22WU1- 13m E Chandler former Senator tram New Hampshire and former Secretary- of the Navy is the advocate ot a new religious doctrine He believes the after death our souls wIll goto some ot the stars there to be reinvested with physical bodies and have the same kind of existence as here only to a greater perfection My faith in the future ute he said Is strong and ever present wIth me It Is my only ta1th We hate no knowledge of It and It Is Intended that we shall have no knowledge of It We do not dive as disinherited splrits We go to one of the stare where we inhabit new PQ8ca bodies whichem brace our present souls We wIll see and hear and have the senses of taste smell arid touch and perhaps other new and more JoyOUS senseS Admitting title future existence of the soul what more lobllcal though can we Lave than our souls go to some other part ot the universe to take up their abodeS there A Western Mammoth cave A mammoth cave containing human tkelons supposedly those of Flat head Indians and implements of stone smlJar to those found In Cliff Dlwel- 1ers ruins was rreqntly discovered In the Buffalo Park region sixty rive ColaIb of on a hunting triP He found the hout of the ape by accident rVh11e stalking three deer He spent an entire after noon In exploring uilerground passugel and declares that the cave Is apparently unlimited In extentEx- a Jf SPAHOWS l fiE t AT THE SEELBACH Last Discoverd That Thousands I rBI Sleep on the 1 Hotel Walls Seelbackl Despito the fact that the has been standing otl tile most lwut- nent street corner In llslIIer for abroadfng lt in greater IUIJ1 J j ore else In tai city july within tepastrwUlghts that te big building has n thousand or two dwellers no transient but permanent whose rtie do npt appoar ont e zpigster I ti who pay noWeI board nor lodg g Everyone is Jtunlliarwltto tie ftt that around thee corner of 1Murta and Willnut the englisl sparrows fly in tlelrII on of bUlldlngs1Where discoverer turned his face to the wall ot the hotel and pointed out hiS aftereyou can see someone standlllg on the curb and rubboring The walls of the Seelback are of big granite blocks so dressed that around each one runs a groove about three inches wide and two inchesdaap In these natural erths beginning fifteen feet above the street level and stretching up as far as the eye cm reach after night tall you nuiy now see hundreds probably thousands of small fluffy spots Ono might look at them often and never realize un less he saw one wake up and flutter that every spot Is a sparrow with Its head tucked under its wing Aster one has seen them one becomes fuse natl at the countless numbers of them For Sale We have about 70 acres of good farm la don the Harts Ford roadone and half mIles from Sunnydale direct ly on the lor H E R R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply or freestone water 76 acres at Davidson Station on the Oweneboro branch of the I C R R 60 acres fIne bottom land will grow 54 or 80 buahele corn to acre Wacres of rolling bud very ferUle Two line Springs everlasting water hounded on the South by rough Creek I Dwelling story end half eight rooms new located South aide Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable SMITH Agents IComlcaJAdVfiiSements I For sale a amply vault In Green wood cemetery facing south Avbeauti fat outlook Room for two Just received a fine lot of live DoteI ware rabbits Persona purchasIng the same will be skinned and cleaned whll they wait I No person haying once tried one ot these COmbS will ever use any other I Ltdyertisement praising a new make of infants feeding bottle When the I baby Is through drinking It must be unscrewed and laid In a cool Place under t tap If the baby does not thrive onTreelrmiTi ttshould be boil I advertisementA I wideAnother advertisement assures the public that This hotel flU be kept by the wIdow of the former landlord Mr Jones who dIed last summer on a new and approved plan WantedGeneral servant small hour obligIngWantedInformation regarding the whereabouts of Ebenezer Jones who Is supposed to have died In New York city last yea- riYantedDy a respectable girl her pPassage to Liverpool will take care of children and a good sailor WantedA woman to wash Iron an milk one or two cows WantedA girl to cook and one who can make n good r6astorbroil aai stew well WantedExperleneeiI nurse for bottled baby- iWsntedI =Ari experienced nurse to take charge of a young ttd between j thirty and tlirtyfive years old of eferencoIwho can do all kinds of sewing In enabroldery except music I For haleMilk ot tile first water Lost A black goat last seen was chasing a woman with bell round her neck LostA cameo brooch representing Venus find AdollB btt tihJ Itlyetslde- L I1 l Pot 1 1 1 on Wednesd- tj ta l dlL1 llitb lrr f WanteITh Jgnat She grocery bU mess tit b- stouriC ungQriRllvili rUAir ed as one of t o fatally 1L JJ THE VERY BEST 101 Have any of our readers seen n recent copy of the Cincinnati WeeklyrEnquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earth The editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase t Income from his efforts TI e mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds hearts are freed from thoughts ofu questionable amusements and frio polities of and encouraged to emulate all that Is helpful in plan log for a useful future in The Grand Ides being that As are our Homes sO win be the Com munity State and Nation 4 most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Rlssell a forciblelreminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards 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 unani mous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRJtR COMPANY Cincinnati O 5000 RewardWill be paid to any person who can find one atom of opium chloralmorphinc CQcainc etherchloroform Ct heroin alpha and beta eu- caine cannabis or Chloral hydrate or any of their derivatives in of Dr Miles Remedies- This applies to goods inPoriginal packages unop ened and not tampered With Certain tlnseruj makiDgfalse 1these remedies 4 4 atsrHblethe doctors could do I ti adverttsedIthought I Would a sample I dideo and they helped me coaderfuny hardlyofhoursunedleine to do me good AILLIGPbtlacldlphlaPa6188 byyour t ItPalle2ti doses 25 cents Nver sold In bulk Mile Medical Co Elkhart Ind 1 4iii eitiIJ 11DFLESSONS IN BOOKKEEPING BY NAIL GRADUATES CiJRIr POSITIONS D OUI 5 fREEWRIT jiOW BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNNERSIT Dow is AEENe- r J t G L J t I i- H h iv d i 0 I BF E ItCAffOLD rN A1niMrws r NEGRO CHURCH I t ihreeBlacks Hanged Jn Front i Of Pulpit by Terines see MobI Tenn Nov 26Three jTiptonvl11e dangling from a improvise In front vt the pulpit in District No 4 this Lake county five miles horn this city wfes the awful tpevaclo which meted tie crowd cf curious people ho gaibeitd about the cjifirch this morning to view tre work of the mob which took iromtfte TlKouvlllo jail lRjtnlgt Xpretail Ed rind Jin- Stenebackthe1 three negroes wio sbot Ir and fatally wounded two Deputy Sier life in front of this tamo iurch last Saturday night The lynching of there regroes was planned wltii deliberation and executed with a gruesome coolness that has rarely been wltneucd in vtbo work of mobs As a rule mobs act from the teat of passion aroused by the crime d It of the victims but this mob went about its work wih a cool deliberation unu sun for its detail of plan but never theless effeclve In its execution All day yefitcrdcy this title city filled with an excited mob numbering any where from IfjOto COO men This mob unlike others however seemed wilting to listen to reason and for some hours it was tfcougttt that the leaders had agreed to allow the law to take its course and late In the afternoon the mob dispersed Iud the town atum ed its usual quietness The negroes wete niTested curly in the morning and near Rodgeley and taken to Tlptonvillo and coiaanltted to Jail No sooner hud this been ac complished then a mob of determined men began to gwtlier and wltfcln an hour preparotions to carry into exe ctipon the work of vengeance deter mined upon were well undor way and the leaders began to gather their forces about tkem to make te as saultonUio Jltil The crowds made up of tietormined t t and angry men slowly EUrroundod time Jail but hero it was met by one of the countys must prominent liwyere Mr JT Burnett who made ui impassioned address urging the mob to desist from any act of violecve arid promising to use his Influence in teeing tiat the negroes got aspeedy trial ftiis did not upped to the mob and finally Sir S J Caldwel another Jaw Jet itropoeedthAtit the mob wade I etmlned to lynch the negroes to at least wait unil evon tine semblance a trial could be held and he suggested that Justice Davis l e auto orzed to Summons a Jury and let tie negroes be duly sentenced to death find then the1 mob could execute the sentence This was agreed to and tie mob ex cept Jut enough to watch the Jail and see that Sneriff Haines did not attempt to slip he negroes out and carry tbem to a place of safety left the Jail building to await the trial set for 5 oclock in the afternoon In the meantime after tie story of tho proposed lynching tad been sent out and thus became known In Nashville Mr Hines and others received telegrams from Gov Patterson pleading with them For God take to prevent the proposed lynching as it would be a disgrace to tie State He also agreed to order a special term of the Criminal Court to try the negroes Sheriff Haines also communicated with Attorney General Caldwell at Union City end he in turn called up a number of men here including Cheek JJfrus father of Richard Rarrus the special deputy killed by the negroes end Mrs Rarrus After talking with flea Cladwell be eald he was willing for the law to take Its course and be advised leaders of the mob to go home and let the negroes be tried in bheregular way The menwere finally taken from the Jail by the mob placed in a wegon ad driven to the church where the negroes had commUted their crime Here the mob following out coW calculating determination winch had characterized previous plans and proceed 1 within the church aecaf ahiollt tt ti re a were IICM L ilt 44tonebaclc the Jar of the three brolbers beiwB CTrear2 M1te- 4nter ofTthtf team with Ed and Jim etouefe kpD either end Atter th aegrpes had been swungup a memlier of itbe mob stepped forward and fired a shot into the body of Marshall iEKoneback aiming at 1be ex act epbt In which the negroe had abut- DeputBhcr1UlJohn hall The mob ihea 4Uitey diapered a N c01tXA 4Ilt I QZM jI Be it JDrunken Famines Stunt A drunken farmer hy his little daughter driving a lqe tarn team attached toawagon deliberately safely across a narrdw and high nniloadt bridge here Wednesday after l L 4 q jrT r 4 CT a t t 0 YoiTWiikFMYottrsitf tpro fOIL open Boer moats111e a young nip down wbiterur food or coedl tnq ib offered you T 4 +Y 4 4i totelllcent thinking woman in need o ffmmweaknewaerrousneuf- pat sand eu e nf then It means much to triadd7i1gfIsts 4TheFavorite fi Pre acrlDtlon for the euro of weak ncrroui run down overworked debilitated painracked WOmen knowing thUjnodlclne to be made up of Ingredients OTCIT one of which hu the strongest possible Indonement of the leading and standard mutboritle of the several cbboU of practice are perfectly willing and in fact are holy too glad to print u they do the formula or list of ingredients ot which H la composed in plain EngUth on ertry bottle wrapper 4 4 tit 4The formula of Dr Plercea Favorite Pre ICrIpUoD will bear the tnottcrltlcal examina DOalcoholdross and no agent enters Into it that Is not highly recommended by the most advanced IndtlitborlUesThese authorities recommend thclnrredlrnts pf br P eFFeaFiorite Piscriptlon for the cure or exact ythe same tllmrnti r wor ame m c ne x o Yised 4 t d it 4No other medicine for womtn ills hit any PlercesFavoritePrescrlptton Quillfled recommendation of each of Its several Ingredients by acres of leading medical men of all the v Is of practice la such an endorsement n worthy of your consideration d 4 It 4r 4A booklet of Ingredients with numerous theleadlnwill bo mailed free to any ono sending name AddressDr noon How the horses managed to avoid the openings between the rails and ties Is a mystery as in several place the ties are not securely spiked and have moved from their original position Te horses crossed safely and reached the mill end of the bridge without mishap AVhal made the undertaking partciularly haairdou also is that the bridge is at least one block long and spans the river Just who the falls and the current is very swift about the bridge After getting his load of lumber the armor was con ducted to the hglhway and safely started homo noie tie worse or apparently the wiser ts a result of ills miracul ous escape GAVE ENEMY ALL THE MONEY HE HAD A Story of tbe Civil War Concerning an Ohio County Man Last Mondays Oweusboro Inquirer says TfiOlollowing incident is related by one of the old veterans of the Gray and it Illustrates tie nobleness of character of the late Captain Shel by Hicks While the regiment to which Capt Hicks company was attached was stationed at Knoxville Terra many Confederate koldlers were captured and brought into the headquarters of the Union array as prisoners of war One night Captain Hicks made the rounds of these prisoners with the query Is there a prisoner among you who is from Henderson or Davies county Ky7 At last he came to John Moseley of Whltesville Davess county who ropllled I am from Davies county My name is John Moseey Captain Hicks grasped him warmly by the hand and united Have you moneyNot was Moseleys reply Waking a dive into a pocket ot his well worn uniform with one hand Captain Hicks drew out a small roll of money and placed it fa Moseleys hand and said It Is not much but it is all I have t wish I had more and you 8hould have it all You must keep it You are a p and away from your regiment You will need it wore than I- The Confederate soldier barefoot an4with tattered uniform thanked bis tenefactor for his generosity Af ter tne oioee of the war they both so- ttarsedItwar shad were always the wiratoet friends Mr Moseley still urvV J feelingly tells the Bforjr 4 hoirhe was befriended by Captain 8eb Hicks who he eaya nee the blggeetJiearted man ha ever saw Captain Hicks was not a man to bear malice and he loved his friends of the Confederate army none die less- becauseot the differences which caus ed them to take up arms against each otherWould Mortgage the Farm- A fanner on Rural touts 2 Em- styeII ever saw one von myhand and ooeolllj my leg It Is worth more its weight in gold I WImortgagetb25c at all druggist i in tI 0- J i THIS MAN IS A PUZ ZLE TO THE DOCTORS Staten Island Physicians Marvel At Man Soon to Undergo More Surgery New York Nov 20 William Smith Is puzzling the medical fra ternity of Staten Island He is a patient in St Vincents hospital West New Brighton Within a year Smith has undergone fifteen opera tions and bo is now being prepared for a serious of others He is only thirtyeight years C11dbut Ms hair has turned white as snow Sml h has been operated on for appendicitis intestinal trouble and stomach trouble has had his right foot and leg amputated and Jn the course of a few days will have his left foot taken off above the knee By the time this Ins healed his right arm will be amputated und la ter bisleft arm will lave to come off Ho is Buffering from tuberculosis of boneWhen seen bye a reporter yester day the patient was sitting outside tho hospital smoking a cigarette and told of the plant of his dismem berment The surgeon have told him what he is to expect and have consented to his walking around with cane and crutch on Ms remain ing foot unless he gets tired and then they will amputate it Hl right arm is swollen and gives him much pain I cannot even pray for when I kneel I get so sore wet I fall over he said 1 cannot sleep because of tho terrible pains and when I go to bed at night I turn and tots un til morning Pro surgeon are unable to diagnose my case correctly each of them give a dlftereut opinion The pains In my EIOIUICI mo unbearable and they uro routtil tcmedical men soy by We numerous operations oil my Int flncliII hope to die when they are tru ing off myoUier leg but If I live trough that I will only Lave to pre pare for more cutting Before going to tile hobpitttl Smiti was neglected Shaving neither iioiro nor friends and he oked out a pre carious existence for ten years Ills remarkuble vitality in recovering from tile ojerations Is therefore deemed marvelous by the pbyfcicliius wIlt have been interested in the cute Had aClose Call Mrs Ada L Croom te well known proprietor of tho Croom Hotel Vaughn ilits s iYIJ Fur several months I buffered with a severe cougH and consumption weaned tolinvo its grip on me when u friend recommend ed Dr Kings New Discovery I begun taking It and three bottles affect ud acomplfcto cure Tlis tame of this life saving cough and cold remedy an lung and tToat healers world wide Sold at all druggists COu und 100 I Trial bottle free Now For Wireless Clocks To set the clocks of a big city by electrical waves and keep teens uniform in timethis is tile latwrt facility afforded to munidrulltlcti by a mugi clan in the science of Maiconits The inventor is a Vennieo end his immo is Franz iMoraweiz Ho itits lin ex perimenting for some years but it is only within recent days that ole has thoroughly perfected his invention of first It was found thu atmosi fjerx up heavals and other disturbing factors rendered his process futile when at every moment in the duy th roceiving clock operated on by the transmitter was attuned o he acton of the latter the result being that high winds and great disturbances of the aflupeet the proper action and course of the elvc trjc wave In the case of the present contrivance the objective clock Is isolated daring 58 seconds In each minute in which time it Is insensible to all emteelon of electrical currents Jn them sixtieth Bee ond however the receiving brought In to circuit with the transmitter No two clocks travel at precisely UK tome speed and since there met be a diver gence from ashen standard the war directed from the transmitter of the ee tral clock the standard time proceed to adjust the mtofreivgixleil taller to the standard at headquarters or the 0io l + sun time Should the wave DIfAntfact time would be untrue by only on sxtloth of a second providing that COTIIrespondedw any case be adjusted in the next transmission of watloes and IJo untruthful timepiece woulO come into line with the other clocks wbjch were correct fTheelectrcrechnfcnl Inatitute ot Yl na has adopted this method of looking after the clocks of tto Austrian capital Indeed the Municipal CounHl votes a yearly subvention of about tOOO for the upkeep of the central post whijca radiates waves to u distance ot nearly a mile in all directions over the city The Inventor holds however that hie process could keep the clocks of a whole province in correct order The clocks in question are of the ordinary mechanical kind but each is fitted with a small and cheap appara tya which receiving the electrical way adjust the mechanism according to duo requirements The central or regulating clock is an electro mercury timepiece which at the required moments dis nnIed in a 100jar battery I Quirk climatic changes try strong constitutions and cause among other evils nasal catarrh a troublesome and offensive disease Sneezing snuffling coughing and difficult breathing and the lhi drip of the foul discharge In to the throat all are ended by Elys Cream Balm This honest remedy con tame ro cocaine mercury nor other harmful Ingredient The worst cases yfelil to treatment In a short time All druggists EiOcor mailed by Ely Bros 66 warren street New York NOTICE Republican Primary Election December 5 1908 At a regular meeting of the Republi can Executive Committee of Qhlo r county Kentucky held at the Court House In Hartford Ohio county Kentucky on Saturday August 22 1908 It was ordered by said committee this a primary election bo held at the re gular voting place in each of the various voting precincts of Ohio coon ty Kentucky on Saturday December purposeofto bo voted for at tbe regular November election 1909 for the following offices viz Representative Circuit Court Clerk County Judge County Court Clerk County Attorney Sheriff County Superintendent ot Common Schools Jailer Coroner Surveyor Assessor and the candidate receiving the high est number of votes for tne office for which he is a candidate shall be de clared tile Republican nominee for said office to be voted for at lie reg ular November election 19U und the party represented by said candidate or candidates is tile Republican party and sisal be represented or designated on the official ballot by tire device or emblem a I og Cabin All tne legal electors ivlo will be oemIbercinct in which he offers to vote in said primary shall bo entitled to vote in tno Primary election of December Gth lOS provided however that each of said electors answer in time affirma tive the following question viz Will you vote for and support at the regular November erection 1909 the candidates receiving the highest number of votes In tills primary elec tion and who shall be declared the nominees of tie Republican party for the offices therefore named The officers of the election shall pro pound to each of the electors offer ing to vote in the said primary the above question which must he answered Yes before the elector Is permit ted to vote The primary election called herein shall be held and conducted in the same form and manner and under the tame requirements as provided by law for the holding ot regular State elections If any candidate officer of the election Challenger Inspector or any other person shall directly or indirectly violate any of the provisions of the election laws of this State in holding or conducting the primary election set out herein then all persons thus offending shall be subject to all fines and penalties in such cates made and provided by the laws of this State It is estimated that the coot of holding this primary will be five hugt dred and eighty dollars 5MOO gn4 that the following amounts be assess ed against each of said offices viz I Representative 1 1000 Corudt Coast fcierlc liOOO County Court Clerk 111190 County Judge 6000 County Attorney 6090 Sheriff 11000 County Superintendent of Common gcj rpos g0eo Jalef4000 Assessor The amounts 8SIfC86e1 r4- each office p d to equal proiortlon between each of the candidates for the respective offices which sum shall bVpald to the Secretary of the Republican Exe cutive Committee of this county not later than twenty days next proceed ing the holding of such primary election and any candidate desiring to submit his name to the voters ia said primary election shall not liter than fifteen days next proceeding the holding of said primary election noti fy the Chairman of the Republican Committee of Ohio county the Chair prlr that hers a candidate and file with said notice a receipt from the Sacra 0 DElftA5ih 1t IlDtksw1srl RfS =PrIkt CJarlii ss l JIBa- lINOTNA JlarafIIM Ltsdt lwllill Msiaafr 16 t ert rtrae t1onSels Slw rca D4nitsa 1 nrssuossOlSIEEP1atSisik NEW YO11K- 1latatdgu wr Lo c Exist Copy of Wrwppcx DASTORIA rheKind You Have Always Bought Bears Signatureof Ir- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA OUR CLUBBING RATES REPUBLICAN Louisville Horald135TH- EREPUBLICAN Louisville Daily Herald THE REPUBLICAN CourierJournal THE REPUBLICAN St Louis GlobeDemocrat THE REPUBLICAN Home Farm THE REPUBLICAN Lippencotts Cosmoplitan 325 REPUBLICAN TwiceaWeek 0wensboro Inquirer 175 REPUBLICAN Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN National Magazine THE REPUBLICAN TaylorTrotwood Magazine THE REPUBLICAN Now Idea Womans Magazine REPUBLICAN Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Address orders to THE REPUBLICAN 29YEARS bi- tOf Honest Business Reputation is Back of Every MONUMENTSOLD usis GEO MI8CHEL SONS I5 VRIETOR8i7 Owesnboro Monumental Works E 11as eN Yards 214216218 Clay St lit OWENSBORO KENTUCKY yIt t555Sterr showing ut N Iai Paid the MsesBBtesl charms igtimt 1dm and mpom t wWi tbae aaaditlsa b s caU- lM tNJ alt and alie1EiofIf L RAGI4AND IL I UUVRJN CUBABNVTT Resolved tbat It y the MUM of this committee that ira bald a fair and just primary ma thai we will all assistance wttlteevr to aid in prowcutiBs lwy or who violate tka election Uws IB the conduct vf natal yrteary and we urge the Commonwealth Attorney and County Attorney b loo all in their power40 ecare IdIduts and prosecutions of an vtolfttloiMi of said laws It is further ordered alai directed that a primary ckcttem hJ held in each of the MaglstcrW Dtelricts of Ohio ionnty Katarkyes Saturday t For Infants and Children the TMCCCKTAUfl CQMPANT NCW YORE CrtYt THE and and 325 and 150 and 175 and and 12r and and THE and THE and and and 15C and 150 and 135 THE and 150 all tt 41244 W5 Wf reader power person persons December 6th 1908 between the hours of 6 L m and 4 p m for tho par pose of nominating Republican candi dates for Justice of the Peace and Constable in each of said Districts to be voted for at the regular Novem ber election 11909 and this primary election for nominating candidates for Justice of the Peace and constable analL be held and conducted under the rule and regulations set out above for hold lag the county primary M S RAdUAND Chmn JNO G KBOWN Becy Where Bullets Flew David Porker of Fiiyette N Y a veteran or the civil war who lost afoot at Cetttysburg says The good Electric Bitters have done Is worth more than five hundred dollars to me I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach troubloto little purpose J then tried Electric Bljtters and they cured me 1 now take them as a tonic and they keep me strong and wan SOc at all druggists m 1 1 ttr 1l1 i r rW I t L t Ht I t JQtdf 1ttbJic jJ Entire1 ecotllnu to law at i 4r tomc IsrttordK7asznall mister of tbcsOnd- tlais I C MB RNET1 t EDITOR tir ou G brlnM401R Republican voterE tec that your bitheof Kentucky or tue rules of the Re publican County Committee for hold- Ing the County Primary election 1tlonscounty and Kentucky for them to suffer anything eUe In their midst Sec Root is to be elected Senator from TJew York without opposition lIe will be a decided addition to the Senate and will be ticiedi to the Strata of New York He will leave Ut Cabinet with a great record behind him ns Secretary of State His great work In behalf of te Unlitd Stntt+ with foreign natons iii leo more fully appreciated In the years to come The whirl wind educational ccmpj Ign which Is being conducted In Kentucky by State Supt Crabbs is meeting with marked success and we trust It will be the means of a general up I lift In tile Interest of education In the old state Prof Mtrk of Louis ville is to address the people of Ohio county at the Counlitouse today and we trust he will have a large audi ence to hear him The primary election will be over tomorrow and citizens of Ohio county can turn their attention to matters of business and take advantnge of the era of prosperity which Is just open Ing Onlo county should be In better condition within the next few months 1 than it has been for years We have J a splendid corn crop while our neigh boring countlts have faled und corn is now worth Co CTS a buiiel the high est prke known in years ft gitiierlng time We have o etf tie bost crops of tobacco ever grown In the county which has been told at 9 I find 3 As Eon as the delivery of tobacco begin more money will co io into Oic COUM ty through me tale of tite product and tie tale of corn md ifY ami other farm products frfu wt have ted In yenri Tu wll iccn up trade in all line Jitpan sdte IViu1 Sr h fctead of gclng to w witu e ti orier litvi agreed upon n treaty Witoa in Bare peace oji tee ivctfir fit Ittdur Ing te present generation TJit un denrtandliig frciv4tf for the protec ton of Chnr at teQIn ea of Ittrorean rouatriea and I tie United Stfttea In tiUartd iin to rttpa M vm fm the o Yd tiringI our tYhe eittM ia 1 e xt few year Toe of our f t zne wo uate bt Ijrisf jiwsikefi h I th ccantry would lie I nil oed 1IJIda by thu cn now lup wnireljr TeroI vU be no war lutwewn the t1tjd 5attd Japan ftiul aa Iorg present uiltfersttndvg fonlnu to not ieIy to bet befweu va i United Slates arcl iiy ofer rouorry j or JIlon md ry ot country Iliii Lrt orery Republican go to precinct tomorrow unrt vote for tnoj man wnoin he tilths nit deforving bind best cjUJilfied fur V u Ropublicn nomination In the various county iftcos Stand firm Rir a dean fair and orderly primary election TlJs Is whet tie Republican iwty ilK prided it selfJ upon througi ull the years of lie existence We have derided to Democracy for IM many flagrant viOla tons of Ijio rlti of the people In tlielr julmiiry elections and con vo Voiis We oannol afford to be other than consifctent In tin conduct of our own contest If other conditions prevail if wMskey wm money fire r I used to debuoicm methIdJhope to attract tIle votes of a greatm I Jorlty it people who are liiw abiding mltl in favojfofJulc to till t Tito RepublWna orof iiiurttiBiTebied to Mr q H Ukwu o V t man4Vd vo Ponucrtlo CoinjiiVttto for Ct tile ottf Vlf IMcf loxol nf Xtflflrg te piiuy flirI4t 1111fttnllc1zwrftid ro ftl vwiii t ctuJ104 whenever ai op orraniiy I etcits i i ret Tf erG Wsq t J W wed ly Yijr Xterocrtilt frlcIe SUie prlf 11111 ci1 f I c14 tsVo tlLcilIttt4y C C r rtI 9 qn1m I jJ r I LIsr wvr cc1 f cqwlJag cc nm II antI alL 11m r e do ri t benift1n thing oftJ o sort as the boxes hav beer In cold storage for two years vJPreeldent Roosevelt bes suggested that the farmers thrpugtout be couh 1wtt tug1 9nLJ119nnn TVe farmers of VA been meetIngththeIr school iuE for seV- eral years and tavtf been discUEsln moss of the subjects suggqsted They linve also been discugslng ways and ntns iithat Uie vafioUB1tyUt9 wDIcl fave beeo end fOring to put dowfltJF- eiesof all articles pioduct on the tBrmYn bI endeavSr ve feel sure tbet tiieyhuve Jiad no greater aid thji the Presldeht himsetif It was through his acjtiyjty and persistent efforts mat ly fiatUio American Tobacco Compan received Its crushing blow from Ule United States Court In a recent de- cIsion and which we believe as much as anything else caftisedthem t6 give up tue fight in Kentucky end pay the price demanded by the growers for the tobacco We have not always agreed with the President Which has no doubt liei exceedingly embarrassing to him In all of his acts but we do give him full credit for the fight which lie has made trvrougbout his admlnislra 11brifto down the trusts and bring about fair play in trade relations UP TO THE VOTERS AH tie preliminaries for the Republican county primary election were completed last Wednesday morning wheni the balots ballot boxes and all the necessary paraphernalia for con ducting the voting were sent out to the various precincts The ballots wer printed by the Hartford Republican job department and were pronounced bj all who saw them to be the Jilgiest class of work of Its kind ever gotten put iji the county Two locks were placed upon every ballot box with two keys one of which Is to be retain odby ench Judge of the election The ballofboxes will be brought Into Hart ford as soon after tile election as can be done by the Sheriff and one Judge tad turned over to Secretary John G Kewn who will receipt for them and they will be stored in the county Attorneys office at ttie rourtuduie find kept under lock until Tuesday Dee Stn when Ue County Comiuirte will meet to cnnvass the rtiturus All bil lot boxfeB should be retured not Inter than Tuesday morning Every precau tion ins been taken to insure tue- neceasary I FUppllce to give tne voters an opportunity to oxprect thor o ole in the election The election officers aie in every ease we believe t e very best cltz3 of Oiio county end men i wio will have no orJier object in 1n servthg In the capacity vIewI set tiat a fair honorable cont hid It is up to tko voters torn eves lergoly to loe tiKt nn oroGl ly decent primary le hold and tatevery randidbte H given every vote n WIIe1 he is uitUl+ d T I jumt be den and tbo otection mutt be he4 i1 sUCi1 ft way eato command rpeiit nomtnt who fete his ft a result of t e I i1fo1lERCI ofididtite w o tx hould imve to Kiine dc detent ivlmary tmt wil make victory an ecfy ntntrer wrHo f corrupt ore will iaiko 1 HKt difficult If cltes iAt placo it beyond our reacU The Good Business OutlookI Tie country my siiy tut Wite- rbutts contiTiuev to improve or not I t as HI least been sBVed from the cItk which ItevitAbly would be folt It Mr Bryan had been elected Ills jeleciinn would have put every bustnes maLt upou guaul ugfl iiist threatened chil of a character and inOIolwlifeellreEid hltsjnoted The assurance of four years of Republican administration under so I able an executive us Judge Taft is a guarantee that nothing radical will be doze that Injurious crnngcs In the Tariff will not be mde and that the confidence of business men in the adoption df a safo and euo policy will not bOfha1L Recognizing this tue business world should net heglUUe for Ii moment It can go forward ulong the lines It has bcea purtulng over sinfie trade and industry began to revive from the panic of last fall TJiere Is no doubt that ls wll bo dOll N7 shadow of a POjpuUetlo adnintrtioi dJCUlcd ra tilofrtUtiito tstuordlDa y Kfckojj for tiie PUt pose of reviiiiDS tio Tariff it 2s ov dent Hhivt to rovirion win bomfrlo In rrpony wit1 well rccgrJied Ko pui4ci priuclplea Tlc coiAnOy lte1f is in cen1fxm jdtl 3 P 4 farTnerg huve H largo cr 1 and gjcfl priced irivr rn tptyit eitoaMvely ne t your JADOT wft to given RbtrWctBt 1lnYfntl- fI qffeaUDJtlQQ or trrtc tt to rniat o rn mujai by rnen eficctthl rh ir ttpt44pwm La did1 tlli r fr ifl r OF INTEREST TO V SCHOOLTEACHERS President Roosevelts Request And List of Topics to Be Discussed hcl1trustcCounty Sohcpls tja attend the iScbbolq Rally either at Beaver pam or Hartford bn Friday Dec 4jours- lOamandl pm- It J is Ute duty of tho truatwa In the rural schools to give their tead ers this day They owejt to tho State for better Bchafrte SuptMark cf the Louisville SciclJls wtu be present nt tteeet rallies Hf is a fluent speaker and will discuss topics cf ital impbrtance to ail con nected In eny way with the schools of sour county No trustee can afford to mIss his discussion of t be Xaw Sdhtool Law and Schcol Improvement League Teachers trustees patrons pupils this rally Is for you and Its suc cess or failure depends wWolly on your presence President Roojvevelt las suggested that this farmers of Ohio county meet at their respective school buildings or otfier customary meeting places to discuss the general oonomic so cial sanitary or educational qondl Uons of country life in their respec tive ndghborfcictods The President suggests the fallowing tciplcs The efficiency of the rural schools farmers organizations tie question of farm tabor te need of gond roads Improved iwstal facilities sanitary conditions en the farm The Commission on Country Life iKsued a teries of questions on which information is desired Copies of tlheee questions may be secured by addressing the Commission at Wash ington The Commission desires t have the jicgm Tit of ccmpetwit men and women on any of these great pub lie questions and to receive suggeb tions as to whetter the GiWifirnment can aid In improving any of the condl tlona cf country life They also desire that a brleti statement of the general conclusions arrived at In tbeft dis cussions be sent to tte office in Washington The wtble success of tho work of the Commission depends on tie attitude and cooperation cf the farm ing poiple of tie U S The Corn mission represents them and li needs thoir suggwtlcns This meeting must IIt be held later ttiini December C Tee Colored Teachers Institute Tvlll be bW at the Metinulst church col cre l in Iiartfcrd Dec 2 and 3 No teacher vil be permitted tJJ teach in tlie colored sctocls of this county unless he or nb hall have attend dd the full session of the Institute 2 All applicants fiir Common SnldcV- iDiplomas who succesffully eltber cf tflte 100S lssMI llltI8tItI call at this office and diplomas This Is the lait call for bl3ks wHcb are miming from the Ohio County Taaoliera Library Please de utISnap Judgment Will Not Do ITie country will demand and U will hove Tariff levltiiii but only a eke ttltIthe whole fabric of our commerce and industry end Ihttt tie rotation is to close and complicnud trot Tariff revision wll affect every element oftlie population directly or Indirectly and every industry whether It be directly related to the Thrift or not lug stick and simp Judgement methods are not to be desired In dealing wltU the Tariff The country voted for Judge inthejublie liberation wlsdorn and common sepce It is right that tlip administration under Ids guidance should Ijtive complqte c n trol of the Tariff question not merely because isis must should r the responsibility IJPl because the country has confdence In his wisdom moderation and courage II Why Bryan went Down i Analyze cs you will search as you choose for Ute moUvajid pJrataJhs wLfcainEpfied this cpondid triumph of tie Ropubllcan torts anti youJvlH find In 4010 cal that It had Its roet in sobriety of Judginent In that in- nervftt by wilch a jut uisinman uges UB own 0 ousel old rud In ttcoiqevUon of the cterrol fitness of thsgB Jjy whtch an tonc t and con jSrfcnAo anna ciilrsver9o coaduqsl- tVate rilZtr 1 n io 11futB otcrJ1 1r toII it ingJ cuzd ploeWf 1 tt sI ci r TGi v V I Ut y c u 101 Ao t cy 1fl Ttd ly cno tict f o UL zMr 5 L ProtccUve Torift eyttem JWahca pnbl0of iprcdilcing enorrmou3 and endurliis bollbflts10 nit class es jfour cttzcntbe rlch and poor allkB have bEn Jts beneflolarieS Many of our people tiicartlng well yes sibly had become enamored of the Tariff for revenue Idea as teSng a shorter and cheaperrOUt to proeperity but evidently they were of itttte faith In Its efficacy to cure Industrial Shortcomings Between tAwe elements Mr Bryan and Mr Kern could not Hope to obtain and tfcey ave gone down In one of tho most signal defeats in the Mstory of American politics Pitts burg Gazette Tames r RENDER Dec 1Messrs H T Vance find H P Elliott of Louisville and Judge R R Wedding and W S TluJey of Hartford were here last Wednesday J T Crecelllns of Louisville nnd Geo Ferguson of Echols were here last Thursday Mr and ilrs Wm Langfofd went to Wl pRua Just TurtdBy W J Mercer was in Central City lost Thurfedey E M Woodward of Hartford and Geo M Mnddox 6f Rockport were hero Fridiry Simon Stephens was lit Beaver Dam Friday on business IMtts Lizzie Baker returned to her nome in Rockport Saturday after Sling Mrrvcnd Mrs Juo T Main for the past two weeks Mrs G B Roll and daughter Miles Eddie were In Beaver Dinn Saturday W F James of Centertown was her Saturday Misses Hazel Anderson and OUle Howard of Central City were the guests of Wlss Carrie Roll Saturday and Sunday Mr and MrsMairray Hudson went t Taylor Mines Sunday- E G Barrass of Hartford was here Sunday Robt Culbertson of Select and Will Carter of Island and Fred Reed of Graham were here yesterday W S Vick of Owensboro and Sinn A Anderson of htrtfordandsMr and Mrs Miles Taylor of Caneyvllle here today Miss Frances wereI returned home today from Mercer tion after visiting relatives for the past 4 weeks Dont forget that Dec 5th Is the day for the Republican primary polJs open from C to 4 HERBRET Dec 2Mrs Chnppol of Gatowood died at tsar daughter 05re Stowarts at tills pave Nov lib She wts 88 years old Mr Willie Corley mover to Snorts Station last week I Mr Joe Ward and Mits Pearl tIrrtton of tills place were married Ttianktgvltig dfy at the home of tho brides fathers Mr Lewis M rrlion dir Gco Banket and Mr Jd addle are visWng In Evan vilc Mr Richie Burton of Owensboro vis ed at Mr JIm Chmabers this week Mr Huskfroiu near SytUla Is mowing into the neighborhood A prwjaf ert seetirg will b ghi li- tte napUtt cUuira here M mUy night conducted by tilt i otor Rev Wm IJruner aMii ed by Rev Metk Ox In PhHIO yve Haider Floyd has moved back on her fann hero and Mr Karl Floyd 1ms moved to his farm near Wett Point church Two of Mr Charlie Gsts family have typliold fever ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Esq W S Dean a candidate for Repre sentative from Ohio county subject to the Republican primary election December 5 1908 Wo are authorized to announce W W Park a candidate for Represen tative from Ohio county subject to the Republican primary election December 5 1903 t FOR COUNTY JUDGE announceJudgereelection to the position gf Judge of Ohio County to the Republl can Primary election Decepiber 5 190S We ore authorized to Announce J U forr1Rbuabllcan Primaryelectlon December 5 U908 We are nuth rlzd to announce JudgpRR Wedding of West Hart JudgedflIcAnl Prlmar election December 5 19Q8 v FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERKi i Wo are authorized to announce E torrejlecUonto RepubIIcnn 1903 FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK Uacinct a candidate for County Court thQRepublicanber 5 J904 7 Wo are authorized to announce W roolqctI9aCIorK ofOhlo Cou tsulj ct fo the Ropubircaii Prlimiry olcctlbn Decem ben 5 100S 1 ALLJt FOR COUNTY ATTORNDY We are authorized to1 announce O a Smith of West Hartford precinct a candidate for County Attorney of Ohio County subject to the Republi can Primary election December 5 1908 We are authorized to announce S A Anderson of West Hartford pro cinct a candidate for County Attor fey of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election iecem ber 5 1908 FOR SHERIFF VVe are authorized to announce T H Black of West Hartford precinct a candidate foraherlCtofrOhio County subject to election December 5 1908 We are nittborlzed to announce G A Relish 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 precinct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject ttb the R publican Primary election December 51908 We are authorized to announce T H Benton of Ccqtertown precinct a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio County subject to the Republican primary election December 5 1903 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce G Davis Royal a candidate for Asses sor of Ohio County subject to the Republican Primary election December 6 1908 We are authorized to announce Bernard Felix a candidate for Asses sor of Ohio county subject to the Republican primary election December 5 1908 We are authorized toannounce J A Greer as a candidate for Assessor subject to the Republican primary election December 5 1908 We are authorized announce Jerome Allen a candidate for the of rice of Assessor of Ohio county sub ject to the Republican primary elec tion December 5 1908 IFOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT- We are authorized to announce Hal ley E Brown of Cool Springs precinct a candidate for County School Superin tendent of Ohio County subject to DeI ry Leach of Cromwell preclncta can didate for County School Superintendent subject to the Republican prima ry election December 5 1908 FOR JAILER We are authrolzed to announce W M Flener a candidate for reelection for Jailer of Ohio county subJect to tho action of the Republican primary eection December 5 1908 We are authorized to announce W P Mldkiff of North Rockport pre cinct a candidate for Jailer of Ohio county subject to the Republican primary election December 5 1908 FOR CORONER DanId Ohio countysubject to the Republican primary election December 5 JsOS FOR MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce John M Graham a candidate for Magistrate in the third Magisterial district of Ohio County subject to the Republl can Primary election December 5 1908 We are authorized to nnnounct Mack Cook of Arnold as a candidate for the office of Msigistrnte In tile Cromwell Magisterial District subject to the Republican primary leectlon December 5 1908 We are authorized to announce J Carl Jackson of Ceutertown as a can didate for Magistrate in tho center town Magisterial district subject to the Republican primary election December 5 1908 We are authorized to announce T P Royal as candidate for the office UagIsterlal publican primary election December G 1908 EsqBMagIstrate trict subject to the action of the h We Jjave lieard It whispertdr around 111 fact we can kinder terU in our tlmo Wp cantfef it in thsrqezy ot nsosptlETe Pcrfcnpsl some thaw not awakened to tile tact that lthe great cut feel his very presence gradually creeping up and his nilBityigrip skftv lybut purely tightening upon us Dsntlet tMs mighty tenfpter catch ycu unpreparedjbut begin now by sav- Ing your nickels and dimes Mr these are tie weapons put In tite hands of our brave girls and boysmtCQ mlgMy array witti one of tb lr great leaders I and Witha few grcatjushesI I r ihsaved our boys Ufa i oiiI HERMAN HOCIIMUTir t EARNEST HOCliMUTH 1701 MuSlaplo Bt bs l1oine Iowa writes Two years ego ourIttUe boy Herman waataken down with scarlet fever He took cold with it and in stead of tho eruptions coming t the surface they affected his lungs and stomach For weeks wo watched by his bedside hardly expecting him tott Ilive from ono hour to the noxt finally he became a little better and was able to lit up Then ho commenced to cough and in spite of everything wo could do ho seemed to got worse all tho time His coughing spells would last until he was completely exhausted and lila lungs hurt him B great deal Every body thought ho had consumption One day while at tho drug store my husband saw a Peruna atmarac and brought it home Wo read in it a perfect description of his case and wo thought we would try Peruna Wo bought a bottle quit everything else and began giving him Peruaa By the time twothlrds of tho bottle was used tho cough had almost gone After ho had taken two bottles he was perfectly cured He has not soon a sick day slnco and Is a hearty healthy boy We shall always praise Peruaa for it saved our boys life Manalln the Ideal Laxative Ask your druggist for free Peruna Almanac for 1909 Republican party at the primary dee t t tion December 5 1908 office of Magistrate In the Rockport Magisterial District subject to the Republican primary Dec 5 1908 We are authorized to announce C V Miles as a candidate for the office of Magistrate In the Fordsville MagJ I Isterlnl district subject to the Repub lican primary election Dec 5 1908 We are authorized to announce Jas A Bovvllnga candidate for Magistrate In tho tulrd Magisterial district of Ohio county subject to the Republic an primary election Dec C 1908II i Magisterialdlslrlct j can primary election December 5 1908 We are authorized to announce Thorn y i composed of Sulplur Springs Olaton IWe ore authorized to announce E O Scott a candidate for Magistrate in the Hartford Magisterial District iprll1Urelectlon We are authorized to announce V B Bratcber u candidate for Magistrate Magisterialdistrict mary election December Cth 1908 We are authorized to announce C L Woodward a candidate for M gl8 trat in the Hartford Magisterial dls tcrr subject 0 he Republican primary election Dec 5th J90S WARNING I t Slqme7tJhng Wei h1WeshatZa1tJZzItPraiPcrtfla- to EsqJ EsqV Mngietrate precinctsJ you will have put to flight or captur ed 8ilm completely hik will arrJvent my store about Do t Cethbr 25 Nt being able to tree WmRcJf from ypucvifliav all bl tOiJ iiAw full of Its kood thingR at your 1 mercy Our place of business will be the gre t bjdtUe ground and tim scene of matay 1fttorestlng and good things In tim way ft FruttBJiCan dies of all Wnds Nuts Fireworks and u many other nice end good things tf i prices much lower ibau ycuanvo boon paying D nlt forget tioplace Next d rtO Wcefhcrs stbe Store be ZWaynetiTUfLn J ct JeLyonshe z GrocerS-t r t ELARTFOEDgy I illt I 1 I t Et l J 0 sL1 1ak NOT WANT SNOT You SNoW LOTHES BUrTmyv- tVST BRQWt4 YoU CERTAINLY ARE NOT GoING To LET WIN TER WITHoUT GooD WARM I I ARE IS NoT UNDEit WEAR WoRN THIN IS LAST WINTERs SUIT Too SHABBY roR YoU To WEAR DURING THE HoLIDAYs IS NOT oVEKCOAT WORN ARoUND AND SLEEVES LoOK AT THEM YOURSELF WELL BECAUSE YoU KNoW oTHERS ARE TO LooK AT THEM WHY NoT CoME BEFORE CHRISTMAS AND oUR SToCK IS FULL AND PICK oUT THE THINGS YoU NEED HoW ABoUT SoME oFTHESE THINGS A NICE CLoAK 500 GANT 52INCH oVERCoAT 8 LATE STYLE TAILoRED SUIT 10 THE NEW GREEN AT 350 AND 250 THE LATE oXBLooD SHOES ToR MEN BIG VALUES IN MILLINERY NEW HoLIDAY sILKs TRIMMINGS DRESS GOODS CALL oN US WE ARE HEADQUARTERS iI 1t Hartford Republican FRIDAY ECBMDER 4 IlInolsCentral RallroadTlme Table North ROlllllt IInlllll aunnu No199dueO sin Nn 1l1dua11aleIn- No17due129Op m Nil ran 915 p u II 1fo107due94SpIn No tl1 dueSG2a In DO NOT- CRITICISE Your doctor if you fall to Improve In haltb unless you are sure his prescriptions too filed from pure fresh drugS by a skilled and that nIl directions are followed We reallzetthattho troatrinent of the huh man sYstems most delicate and Im raitant Your physician has made your particular case n study qnd owsrwhat you need Our druggist Inns made prescr ptlon work a spedul ty keeps supplfed with the very best and drugs to be sad Tt1orotevge nio vill1ngr16 as fue the Tesponsibllity aid gUarantee air- solptentcuracy te VICome and tnaiu your mntsJtown or call us by A tine line of toilet clesstlltlonnrlan4 ofee- uppltes al yS in siock Schoolbag With each 100 Tiio latest npveltioe in holiday goods taro beginning to arrive J ARTvORbDU6CO r4yu y Bnkdrporettrti L TyPewrlterI Catboat anbe hadJat tbtgtttice our h ihst ontbtUon ts fer sati- sfyyoulCARSON COt Wondtker buy nor sell questionable CARSON CO Poor 331lces anRich Clothingat Y Cos 1 If 1tWcIrni etr grocerlesyou t want go dlctto U S carsons ve uy ne low an c o can Ite same way OARSON OI 3 F SraTp Sato orgnntzer for 5 the A 6 Eo teas In town ruse addai jk 1Lrltsant ripc rotutnodb- Frodli R- erJertadn Clot d s yrhz R 7 f L hr l p 0 RESOLVE QtJ MAY HoEf j3UT Do WANT Swot- STOcK11JGS OR CLOTHES MAY BE WARM BE HANDSOME H- oirs CLoTHESTHATDONTI- TfDONT13ECAVSE r KNoJmATE- OPLE JUDGE l1EBV t1YTASTE INCLOTNESBu5TER PASS GETTING SoME CLOTHES YoUr YoUR NoT YoUR YOUR THE BUTToNHoLEs REAL GoING THi RUSH WHEN ELE HATS 4 ETC I RESPECTFULLY dui chemist freshest teiepaone purchaser t goods CarsollA nnseU LQtlrr ofu d tlnt trlC Cy Restaurant feed jNow week Mr W F Cundt l alanzus was In town Monday A milo of tutlfllllIon gOes whit every Suit CARSON CO ILet un know our orror anti yoi will see currcctud CARSON CO Schroeters Studio over Re publican office Get your uptodlite Neais and Lunches when In Hartford Itt tae City Reswurant New lot of Rugs and Door Mats ut- Dprnrd Cus Reoueed prices 01- 1t1QIe goods Mesas E A Dateul ort and Rlcaurd- Tllylor ROJcHOboter were life rsactntcell ers WlIe ht tuwc liit Saturday For loaded olells tho kind that kill birds roll on U S carsOn He liar about ten thousand for sale cheap WomeiSkltws nicely cleaned and neatly pressed lJy Fred Robertson ut the Y M C A building Gin 11111 a Jrla fl Senator A S Bennett wtho has been vlFlting hisperents near fleda the post ten days returned to bouivile Tuesday lfarnar4 Cocrmr mere corn- Plete ilri of lIery iMplf 1st usually carried in a country town The best raads ore handled by them 1Ve aro paying 25e Per dozen for Eggs All other kinds 9t good cour- irr produce Wontedat the highest prices b N r saROAbER CO- b 8 F Riley left Tireda for Port A43iiur NW Mexioo where he went tc- ploepcet foritth hon 6touldttqde olMta lOcate to txo Wt ids 1RmUy wait join diem in the near future lIllCro6xko pracUco of law under the fIrm muno will office tlljIrJolnn TtlckJV 73 yt1r dIed nt bis lromo in tao Concordnefglir bOroC19 111tt undny otUseispg luoI dent old use Fi Aralservice conducted byJt v1 Dc tDd Jcs1I1Qnco ntte I1Vglolr aflshnl1tj Qk pltco Iti a iJ B lfurmlJr off q t3f 1iIIlpltUrfi sggd n ghhoy and y mMed F icL h 01 iwlU pay 18c for ekgs until further notice 7tfj JUIES LYONS dJlSt10rt DopitJall ttNA1tDBuy your Sewing MachIne OU Needles and Repairs or Gross Wtllkuns at City Restaurant IfU ray hlg estI price In trade for Eggs James H Williams 1813 The Druggist Messrs GeoTgo W Itotvo and T H Menton CenteTtowlI called to see us witJe is town iouday Take your Cothee to Fred RObert On and hate them cleaned and pressed All work guaranteed Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford It F D No1 will answer phone ntIA J Cartera Concord any hour Itf Stariteri Stone of Shreve Wnsltrlld before Judge W D TaylorMondy13nd adjudged a lunatic He WAS coinceJ to the Western Kentucky Asyluln at- Hopklnsvillo Tuesday AIr and Mrs At s1 Acton Chicago are visiting relatives pear Dundee and Olaton Mrs Acton vIsited relatives In Hartford Wednesday Site xna a pleasant caner at this office whle here A large number or the Physicians or the county attended the regular county meeting Wednesday Ai ependid program was carried out aid a din ner Was enjoyed by aU It the New CommercIal uote1 I have puretased the clothes press tug and cleaning outfit of Petty I3Toe and moved It to the Y M C A building where I will be td to get your orders for clothes okaning and pre lng All work guaranteedFRED 1Ir E H Maddox who lives near Rookport Paid cur elites a pleasant caJ Tuesday 11r Maddox Is one of the best citizens orOhlo county and n splendid typo or the old school He is ono or our oldest subtcrlbers and was llgh In ills prhlse or the paper under f Its present management Mr J H Wngener ot Owenslxno iras contracted for buildIng the concrete waI for Mr F W Woerner nt Ills lot on Unon street He arrived with n farce of utcn and began work Monday morning The ronctute Wall for Mayor J H Williams fs being erected by contractor HallllJunton and wll soon lJe cOllrpleted Tate Cumburlllnd Telephone and Telo graph Company will discontinue bust nos st Hartford and Beaver Dum In a tIO Ileu future retaining ther ox- caiiges at Rocltport and Contertown This umeans that the Curnberlaud llliO acquired coutrol of tte Hume Cornlgtny- aad the suhstribots may oxpcct to Le seated to fi raise for ox rent lJe tore long At the regular meeting of the City Council IVdrosdey night an order was made providing for too lnecademlz J lug of Cli y Street Item tae old pko- near E Crabtreee lotto Union street o lntersect wtta the note nmetadam- at tJQt llnt Titia s1l lie of veet- leneftt to tte tobacco growers woo will dellver tJ ell crops lit t1JC Equty Wave house in Hartford Cot Iovant Dodge Duparesnont Com aiandor or Kentucky spoke IIttto cart oust Monday mornIng In the interest of m o G A R and Sons or Voter ans Th WOatOi WitS Tory inclemaut- bu a very good sized crowd oftbe old soldiers end tIEtlr sans wore out to ear Cot Dodge Ho gave a very in- iterestang Salk urgingoigtilzatkiitardp- erpetuattott of the socaetles wMcii watt keep greenthe memories or the boys in bltw wLol tpo last Tel11rrt has paased away to 4 Ur Perry King ofOMo county julq ed thoUs Army at the tug atatdou at 2212 I armyreerultw onsboro Nov 30 Ire for tro Artilery4bcwnchlofvkf9landp- riced en excellent lrbysfclal 1- 1tlon Ho was sent immedlatey tot Jefferson Barracks III StIen16 Mb for iris pmellminary trInin 4J1 tho duties of l soldier prior to joining the- o uizatlon whltb dav enljE4ed He is to Le cuagratuated thetorsand relJh1u service whir both at howe andabreod Republicans Attention I have been Informed ttlUtt sonieooo lies reported that I have been collecting Uo on each tmctof land utyel- rtsed recently byAudltore Agent t I- derpon This ia nbEot tcly fa j have not collectedoibolcontonftn j otthe adv d 11 am bntitled to collect anything Then slleorawrts have doubtless been put in Circn1tlOn to l jurOllle hi JllY Irce tor tonomination TJNSLEVIJiif- tended Colto4y wtigtwlU lions cbureb lthGuGh t lOO tQ 1- 1nmcrma ntin gpingtqTStoho1 I1R1 11 rents Miltq i hfInotrcarlerc Litt 1 h r lt 3 w among tabo vl cih taU1 r r tv 01 dsy Sclocl Suridy fI 1 illtt R SooQpii ItQC111J rh WitS aliqn BUllrraYi 1 I lire T R ltlarntrd and colony were- UlowEttosto of 3118lIllFL et r Sallto and sister atle Opple Kltttnger- todaq Mr and Mrs Fred Uoooe and cd- drii 6pent S aturday niSlt end Sunday yltllthoh mother Mrs Jll1 scar Nolton StRtJD 1rr and MmnrL n Overults west- to Central dty Sctturday Tic da- comllaule1 111 and aGs then nuskin and fanlEy to Jntnl City whore Mr- nusmn will make 4is future Ione Mrs S E hunter is epending a few i days nvi4h her hsrens ard tits Jut toss near hIowl1 i SundeylSohooiSmalUlous h rchon Sunday night Dec 6th I Little Miss Br7i de Rowe Is n guest- of aIr and Aiisrl C Duke reportIedontr al P rladdnx Is on tc sIck j list NOTICE All express packages for people residing is Hartford will hereaf ter be held at the office until all charges are paid and express book signed This is necessary for your protection as well as our own BLACK BIRKHEAD In Memory Died at her nr a at Mcliery Ky- Novem nlJtJl 18 1968 Mrs Arlie Tis ley Wife or Gw T1ns1e Hged 44 years and Levan ununtts She was all 1nvaidtwenty years and born up under severe p1 fFiclJ1 afio Lions with a foKirude o nt was the wonder or ttoee wvu knew or Her- m lTied life Ikd but two mmttos of 25 yearF Herdevntivu tonerlatnl ly knew ao limit but tiro Dvlue Soo- ulfilled Ue law or Crlst it font she visited the sicl and tine afflicted and shared their sufferinga anti sor rOw Shq 011 In te medirn oUiCe Site did pct want to dlJ Sloshed bitter tlttl Itt the tQugt of the separatJvn Last snort mint bo But she I4ItI se was fut1y prepared to meat Ilim woo Arf puclced out tre- stlug of testa rrd x vra tia grave ot victory Time Moored srtnted spirit ilS gore back t0111nt wo ge a end though sail1sd htpr whit v1An ffdd relict In optous guarag lerrstt trill our bo the twrs of r murmuring hyirt That 1airt ailnEsitelx lro o Hs- nudchleES nNne 11 d s oil tugs WIII ne Ilrv H 1 Brown IHtCll- ati the funtJllt Fftri w lc re remln were lyderred 1t IVa tOLeek celue- iery P Taylor c on Motion for Ditch Mr loJ S McMil111n f Centetdown mat awarded tthe ontl1ct last Vednoy day oat c na rclrek p tn nt tln Uanrt House deer In Hartford for lUggIng the dltoh In ti a above styled fiC- tion he befog the tweFt aril heat bidder ilw ditch is lOlS feet In- leugtoh and is ti be 211 feet wide and fire depht runt frm one foot anti rOUT Lathes b flue feet and throe Sashes fie price bid was 2a CtllS per cubic ard aqd tibia being tvttdn- be 25 per coot UD11t toe 0nIlIl18- i CtIJU Joillug puttle price st O rents trey cultic yard air alCalllllau- was awarded t e mntmact 11e pre informed work W111 ire Begun at once Tlic ditch JIi leated near IMtVer oalll Notice Thb nCllulJ1i Q ExeCtIJ ortnuit- tbo O Ohio cul1l 1r it c efiio meet at tie ClJurtOihti IiL t lld Ky Tuesday DctrSt i 1 hr18tIUI cloc 1nfur We ptl1lJHI oJ canvassing retnrr1s froti a prirrtaly election tobQld floc Gf 1IUgaad loattun pact tinytb er tlune w- aly r may Iporl florae rfure t e Churn I uoq- Under ZLe a V no INxotcrh be uEetlgtDris trte2ting ltud every luom- ber is tltereferrd1 gcSdtqtiaaeent- fn tperron J ALS RAG4ANU Ctiin 7HIiN GriE NSr y f HrGUNS GUNS I have Just Received n LarS Lino ot Shot Guns Rifles Gu- ns1Ammunition tl respectfully ask youto call and set too largest and best lIub oC Snot Gains ever la Unrtrord rrlccs the lovesG S ARSON rGroczrymauy J iY tdrtlbrd hy- i t Thre s only room at the top for oneWERE IT We are the leaders in Haberdashery and the- M best of everything is here This store stands ready at your elbow with full supplies for dressing in good form It keeps its customers I in touch with the freshest New I York fashions I Just the correct ideas in Collars and Cuffs the swellest elegance in Neckwear the right shades inI m Gloves Half Hose from France goodsin I caper in Jewelry the fashionable I Suspendersnot a detail lacking or i faulty for this is the one complete gentlemans store We sellcheaplysuperiority in I quality does not mean an extra i 11 price This is your store Gentles j men for late ideas j Carson Co 1 CLOTHIERS c Nrroll iBERDASHERS Ha for- d8IIJiI i ffl1I Are You Tired of Darning 1QCkil s- 1CyhMoc9 w For Husband Children and Self are warranted to wea- rChildrerisFour Pairs in a Box I 00 WomensSix pairs in a box for 150 MensSix pairs for 150 WUNDERHOSE arE built for wear Specials hosen long staple cot- onis spun into a specially soft elastic and dur able yarn Aspeciallt sanitary dyeing process renders the colors aid black absorytely fast btif does notburnor weaken the fabric nor impair the absorbentPerspiring qualities of the natural cotton feet will secure perfect comfort in WONDER HOSE or WE WARRANT that a box of Wunder hose win Wear in the footwithout mending for three months from date of purchase HOLEPROOF for Men and Women art 6 pairs in a boxGuaranteed for 6 monthsr New price 150 per box New price effective from Dec 1 st 908 t Depend on us for dependable goods rn Bauloard CQp j Heafford Kentucky J c Cj 0 jlt f t fILJi1I lJ h It H Y h Ju j iL I INE MAN TUNS 4 BUSINESSMANA6ER Stanton Virginia Hires a Capable t Mal to Attend to Its Business An instrucUve experiment In munici- pth administration J under way In siau ion Va B city of 12004 fnhabl- tantx where the local auttlortUes have el1trUecd the job ot running the town to a business manager The city reo- ta1Ds the form of political orgdnlzaUon required by law and Is governed from s LI standpoint by a mayor and cUy council These officers however have deleted the purely business tune tlonsof localadminlstraUon tothe business manager elected by them for a period of one yearr and directly resI- ponstbloto them He Is given a tree band in buying cltysUllpJles and In rna lug rnuniclpal cotrncts Every three he submits a report to the council as a board of directors and his nets are passed upon usually with JeglSla1tlonprojects In briet his position Is pracI corporIntlonStauntons business manner has been In office since last April Since that time he has evidently made good for utter having glen him n term of one year the council has reelected him for another term He has saved money to the taxpayers according to his own I statement and given them an econo onulthingfor granollt1J1c paving at 71 ntsi Ii square yard instead of the 2 tile i council was paying prlur to his III- JIJolntment The e results lire anal gou to those DCC011Jllllsled by tire commission i Platt of government In other cities As everyoue knows the difficulty of converting It ntutduhml administration Into n Purely business proposition Is that kocsl guver Jllenti ilK well es It iteilegallyseems to have overeat tlllll trifflcultyi by the simple expedient or employing an officer to conduct the purely bushes l part or Ute local administration while the political functions are retained In the city officials regularly chosen by the people In accordance with tile State constltulon and lalvsWashingt ton Herald To Obituary In remembrtunce of our darling The death angol viahed the home or Mr and Mrs John Holland and took from It their dear little Elton She was born March 13 190j II nil died October 29 1908 Her rernllius were laid to rest In the lit Hermon graveyard to wait the Judgment day Sue leaves n father motl11 and two brothers besides u host of friends to mourn 1er death She Is not dead twas but tile solemn stillness the playful folding of the hands to rest tie closing G tae eyes is geJlIIe siuntlr Farewell we meet no more on turfs side or heaven the parting scene Is over the last sad word Is glen Written by Its Aunt ESS11 There Is more Catarrh In this fC tlon or tile country than all other dls eases put together and until the last few years was suhqoced to be In curable For a great many years doc tors Inonounced It u lord d1teiice and prescribed local remedies and by con stant falling to cure with local treat went pronounced It lncuarble Science has proven catarrh to be a eoastitu- tional dlSOOlSO and therefore requireS CatarrhlCureCo Toledo Ohio la the only gonstitu- tional cure on the market It is tak en internally In doers tr 10 drops to h teupoonaul It acts directly on the Wood end mucous wrfacee or tbe eys tem trhe otter one hundred dollars for any caw It tulle toO cure send- for clrcus111 end teStimonials Address F J CHENEY Ic CO Toled Ohio sold by Druggists 76c Take Halls family Pins for contJ Patton m A CoStlY girtThey have tt1w In Georgia now that requires every candidate to tile Q schedule of Ills expenses In run sling for a nomination for toD office A candidate In tile recent prhmarlee therefore publishes the following list or expenditures Lost 4 months and 3 days can vasaing 1349 hours thinking about tile election 6 acres of cotton 23 I acres of corn a whoe sweet potato crop 4 cheep Ii shouts end 1 beef j given to a barbecue 2 front teeth and U considerable quantity of hair ina personal eklrmfah gave 97- illugs I of tobaCCo 7 Sunday school books 2 pairs of auspendery4 catj co drecses7 dolls 13bllb71l1ttJ I Told 2889 JItj shook Lands M 234i5 times talkEd enough to Icave- made In pint 1000 Large voluates- the size of patent office rePortS kly ed 126 babies kindled 14 kitchen fires cut three cordsU wogdi1uU ed 473 bundles or fodder glekei 774 pounds or cotton 1Ie npxll7l- oads of corn dug g4 7 iopotatoes toted 27 bud ter put up 7 stoves at4 times watch broken h cost 3 to have replred- ILoaJjed out 3 barrels flour 60 bushels of nice 160 pounds ot bacon 37 pounds of butter 12 doz en eggs S umbrellas 13 lead pen CUB 1 BIble dlctonary 1 mow blade 6 hoes 1 overcoat 6 bOxes paper collars none ot which have been re turned hulled my opponent a persmbu hating Uardoctors bill 10 Had 6 arguments with ray wiferesult One flower vase smashed 1 broom handle broken 1 dish or hash knocked off the table 1 shirt boa om ruined 2 handfuls or whiskers pulled out 10 cents worth or stick Ing plaster bought besides spend ling 1778 Is the doctrine of publicity Is the most ample ran ner FULTON FRENCH HAS JOINED THE CHURCH Noted Feud Leader Hears Eloquent Sermon By Noted Divine Under the ptcachiug of Ifev J W Porter of this city who Is conducting a revival at rite First Baptist Church In WIUclOtor n Fulton French joined the Blllltist church Wednesday night find tLCIO was great rejoicing Though zlow a prominent attorney and thrifty CltlzlJu Ur French was in- tIs OUg r days leader of the French faction In Ute FlenehEve ole feudal war In Perry and udjoinbtg counties in Eastern Kentucky inlicit many llien were ki led He was also charged with being implicated with the liar glses In tie Breathltt county ass ssl mrtlont but wits fHqultled He long since laud down the post of chief of a clan but was never brougt Into teS- htlluordl fold until Dr Porter con veiled him Thecburchwasfl led tufts capacity and the baptism of French was RCCOI- nlinuled by the soulful snglng of the pya nPtafso God From WlIout All jnESI1nss Flow Interesting Items Ony 60000 fullblooded red Indians are to bo found In the United States Printing from Movable type was known in Kote over a century before tre luwtol1ot tie art in Europe There are thlltY111110 enfles ot books on the shelves or the Brlst1sh Museum To cleanse the streets or tile City of London near y SOOOOOOO gallons ot wit er are annually required Includlng UnylI Santo Domingo panama and Liberia there are now twen tyfour republics In the world Freights to lndln formerly 365 to t86 a ton from European ports hove fallen as low as 122 a ton Although tle sand In the Sahara only averages wfrty feet In depth It bas been cued 200 feet below the surface The Turkish day begins exactly at- sunset and ut thut time the Turk sets his clocks und watttles on the hour ot 12 In a single minute a machine which cuts up wood to make matches will turn out 40000 spints tlS they lire tailed The Cacutta conlltllbl r para wullah as iJe le celledhag UnR1I- paratus attached to his shoulders to support un umbrella over ohla head After twenty years of experiment log nn Edinburg linn hu brought out us essence of tea which Is saidtop- reserve the aronlaartacteeringWaltieg Into the dim and distant future l stand end gaze with eager eye Wafting for the Joy and guess Promised In the bye and bye t have grown weary ofetarl1st Of waiting for the daylight to dawn Heartsick and tired or nighttime I long for the light ol the moral Sometimes when weary with WaIting And I grope In the Slough ot despair 1Py hope mounts high like the eagle With swift pinions beating the air And when amid e1 the deep darknC68- rIhllt circles my Impatient soul A ray or sunshine falls softly My trembling heart grows bold Then 1 would heavethe starlit valley And climb to the hlltlp above To live foreverln the Sunlight The beautiful sunlight I hove O1ORXAIlali Aura JSiBearathetZJJI WOMAN IS READ i ON 4 ENSIGN Mrs RaMie Managed Camberl Ic1 fOfficeat NopkiesvrileThirty five Years Hopklnavl11e Ky Nov 25frsM- atUe p Randle who for thlrtydiv years and three months hag beJd the posiAon or local manager for the West era Union Uelegraph Company lui e been notified by the company that khe Is to be retired on a tJenslonh ac- knowledgoment of her long and fatth service and that y4 Kath rln i1Iit then of BennlngtoJl Kan wIn take charge ot the office here on December L In leis letter JR fierliune super lnteadent of this diVision says We desire to thank you for your long and faithful services and trust that the relief from the burden and cares or the office will be of benefit to you Mrs Rendlewho was then Miss Mat- eti Parke came here from LaV11ne- 1enn In September 1873 and tool charge of the office more us an ex periment than anything else She became fascinated with the work thbug and remained in charge througltbu t the succeeding years In 1876 she WaS married to W FRande a citizen of this place DurIng her thlrtytlve or service Mrs Randle has handle more than a million messages some of them ot the most secret nature but never once has slte violated the conn dente reposed dispatches fromtnls point went through her office this in Itself being no smal item of her bus InessSince she began her work she has seen rH- Ol1dll1yjl grow Rona a eotnparatIY Jy assail tows into a huettiag lId ag- grcfslveJt cIty ot1399t4 lnhabitan and has seen the steady of pro grec4 during the years ln the cppa- city of niessangor boys In her office many ot Ule foremost cltlsebe have received their first lesson in business Among these was Johq heand Ilepr- eeotailve In he last Legishlture Ji Edward and Richard Boyd all successful business men of Denison Tex n01 served Under her many others A Healthy Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health slate we began uslngDf Kings NoW Life PUll three years ago a7sL A IIartletof RuraJRoute 1 Gullford Maine and tone the system In a way the does you good 2iCatal1 gists m I I 0 For Iafantu and Ohl lJen BellM YII Have Always BIIIU bears the 8J of A Reliable Remedy Elys Cream Balm Iqulckl absorbed Oncedthe disease mem brane resulting from and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly Re stores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size GO clsl atDrug gists or by mall In liquid form 75 cents Ely BrotherS SG Wurre1 Street New York For IAn aching back is instantly relieved byan application of Sloans Liniment This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters It penetrates without rubbingthrough the skin and museu tar tissue right to the bone quickens the blood has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism Neuralgia or any pail or stiffness in the muscles or joints PrIce eMe4 100 Dr Earl SSIou Botea Mass UsABlesa boothilorw tt1e eYgy aad poat try seat hen A 4000 Shorthand Contest fhe greatest contest tQ vglld ae over known and CHARTER students finiShed1 2 l AHN Dof al1 others proving to be the GaUA E fwRIrE ip te U S The fourth week they wrote Word aDIitp1J1ew matter the eighth week proved elus1 to Civilpeexam- ination and at the close wrote f 111aOto tyords a minute newspaper matter bd edtheir nO lil e print Twelve weeks Iii the average tl to gradue with thi modern system Enroll now l m the best Shorthand Bookkeeping and Sborteut8 in figuring Poeitions7guarah teed Day and night eeesions CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 937 and I025F Ave Louisville SURE CURE rer AU Ditlltei- iSTOMACHLnr JI1flre1l hey cleanse gentle drug CASTORIA Catarrh Lamehack islvvell Linimenta KY fieEi+ m1arbt11 ij r t f h ft nieC1orvOrate Circuit CeuttT JIBlrJdIedJIf YtdklffthfeciFelix Paster ComatlietonerY L Mo lei Trustee Jury Fuhd7 Rj BJlrtJRSheriff 0 Hartford Deputkr A DrateherL P CrOwder W c urdmand August and cOAtintlea three yr and thlydMoAday lq May andNavomber trio weeP County CourtW B Taylor Judge W 8 Tlnaley Clerk E H Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convene firs Monday In each month thirdMondaytoter TuesdayUctobert N Mosley Survey Shreve 8 W Leach Aeuor ltd- RoyJamea DWeese6chool Superlntea ent Hartford Jerome Allen Corona Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J IL Wltllama Beaver rnJlanb J4 June B September 4 December It W P Miller Ilorve Dranch1fareh K June B September Z December 2W S Dan DundeeMarch 27 June to September 261 December 7 W n Edge ordav1ll11arch 28Junr 2 September 7 December 28- B S Chamberlain BedaMarch June Z September 281 December B Render CcntertownMarcb IHerbert 29 September 39 December 30 Mlles ItockportMarch U June ro September 30 December J HARTFORD POLICE COURT OIenllCltAttorneyconvenes second Monday in each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES ME ChUrch lothSergtcco secOno Sunday In each month at 11f m and PrayermeetingVirgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchService held Satur day nIght before second Sunday Sunder and Sunday night and fourth Sunday evertThreday SundayinRev Bozarth Pastor Chrlstlon ChurchServlcesevery touru Sunday ot 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W D Wright Pastor School Trustees IlartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn W fI TlnsleyC M Barnett MayorCurer R E L lSlmmerman C M Barnett E E lnrkhead Griffins liomter Williams and lrnest Ellis tirCRET tJOCIBTIES Hartford Lodge No DoS F A Masons meets first Monday nIght In eact EThomasmeetsevelthIrdn Riley IUgh 1rlest Roscoe Render Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of pythlas meets every TuciSay knight It D Walker C C R c Porter K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T n Pleuwnord Keeper- Sunshine litre No 42 LO T M- Mpeta tint Friday evening and third MrsEkeeperI Preston Morion Post No4 G A n holds regular meeting Saturday bete the first Sunday In each month F h Porter Commander n A Anders Adjt Ohio Tribe No 188 Imp Order Red Moil meet second and fourth weday night In each mOnth Isaac Foster Jey Sachem J tiey Foster Chief o1 Records Acme Lodge No 339 L O O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 GB Likens N G 0M Shultz Secretary OFJCIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity or National Officers C H BARNElTr Pres Hartford K- 7I N STATTS VIcePres Ill TrentO D PAULEY Sec polls State Officers J C OANTRILL Pre Georgetownx- S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun By Ohio County Ratters DBaK7CAL P KEOWN Truss Hartford Ky- R E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky TbeSiCkestWay Transfer Money BISBY LO IG o1sTANCEIELEPHONE Fir Rates Apply toLooai Mgr tlmbBrland Tel I Y1 Go ttxcoar01ra S 1ucTRIcbITTEIi Ecn IICrIlaNMfk Oreaai io p3ori hi jT 11 Rdyr- aBAfETTSMITHI v- Axro ivEysA l Liw i k- IARTFORD KY- k ill practice their l1I1a aU tbs u courts ot Ohio anti adjoining coon UeiIan4Courtof Appeal speeJsI kt 1 to allbuanee tnHtelto their CoUeotJonl and the Pric- tlce ot sr1ia1 and Real BetateLa8- peca1Uea Ottlce la RepubUea build- Ing RANK t fELIX AttorneyatLawfHARTFORD KY oMandadJolnlnc + T of Appeal Criminal practice and Ce1 lectlona a Speclafy Ottlce lathe HK aId building I CHAS M CROWS YHARTFORDWill practice his profession In all Ut courts of OhIo and adjoining countieb and In the Court ot AppealeSpeclaI ktJfitentlon given to criminal practice to collectimne Office In old Republican building on Center street y V1J- NO t B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts tic also Notary Pule lie for OhIo county Office north side I public square t- l R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KYIfederalCourtEta Collections promptly attended to Also Notary lubllu for OhIo county Office ovei Williams Drug Store r1 j M IIIEAVRIN I itNR8Ywoouw4f HEAVRIN WOODWAnD Qtl HARTFORD KY j 1 t Will practice theIr profession to- all the courts of OhIo county and Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and cdlleetions Office next door to Dank of Hartford 1 YANCY L MOSLJiJY J A1TORN EY AU LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohloand adjoinIng counties V and In the Court of Appease Also Notary Public Office over First National Uank tvuDARNES S ANDERSOl1 BARNES ANDERSONrAttorneys and Counselors atLaw HARTFORD KY a theyhavetice of Law In aU courts state and Federal with offices south side ot Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W II BARNEs S A ANDErSON r CU r = ssJIrM noe boW to aIeIItot rI4a COUNTRILiBrkn fIsi I JdlnlliMitl6I idnMlri wrttmgto uM lilaas IrS 155h 1145M IIMEs lruI ISL WHialc r Co yamr1y d t KILL OOUCHA SDU EmlNti Ywat h l it t- taw LtIrlWNS rAZXToz sNZY1111QXD 10 1 itT aU aKWe lTHATt s phNel orrllrl ttIN 7esz anetIoI sun i iiawaHIIIGT ND ri l ri7I 1 f I w J4 t TIE JOKER NUGGET I 4 An IncidenttlteEtrlyAUetraGanQold Aurarl thliF mans baud thick at the wrist part i fir fingerTheill the dust and the owner dId riot harp ro to work hard One day he Wits reclin I1Ugrt lIe at onto revered It With his hand c hewoulilIng spen It the tied became knows every nlandn the field would trump to anprprcntr ndjolnl11g claim looked Up Found ho asked Xo Seen the I lCOlorhats all Pitch my coat over fJtoins will you Its lyIng near there J want a smoke Hero you are mate put whats the matter You look pgle Dont you feel right Im all rlght only the sun Is a bit hot III was struggling with an insane deslro to Inugh butho got his coat over the 2 nugget and seated hImself on the top of It Theft laughter overpowered him and ho became hysterical ThOse 1t1nbQuthlm wondered but thought the ftun d him In a little whlll lie ig1lned hj com iosure and decided to go to tent In lifting his coat bo managed to take up the lump ot gold and no ono know that he had found anything It was not until ton days had passed that the fact was nol abroad and oven then fewI knew the claim whence the Joker came PASSING IT ON Prlllince of Mind In an Unpleasant Situation Greatness Is thrust upon some In dlvlduals patriotism on others When the patriotism does not belong to ones own country the situation may provo embarrassing Such It was In the case of Agostino Polidori the great grand father of Dante Gabriel RossetU The II incIdent Is given in 1 life of the poet by his brother Polldorl an Italian was In Pat at the taking of the Das tWo In 178D Ho tells trio story of his unexpected prominence and his extrl cation from uncomfortable post flea I H I was paislugb7 the Palals Royal whUe the populace was running to as- atilt the fortress an4 hATing en countered ahighly powdered wlgmak- de wIth a rvetysword raked aloft I not expecting any such thing and hard 17 coneclons of the act had the uworp 8iconatryl I badno fancy for such an enter prlse so dnding myself word In hand I lit once castt about for some way to- getIt rid of It and better g mr1nstruc ttoA from the man of powder I stuck ltiato the hand of the first unarmed p fD I met Take It dtlxenl I repeated FIght for your country Then I passed on and returned home A Star on atar- I the was one of the leading actors of Amerlcaof international tameand guardI the best of It on the stage he said although they may not plwaya think so What Ter Aman attains In the dramatIc he must toll for but a wo canjiB4kaJdtthat place a rleti dose f almost without labor Veiitiof hnanclal Independence to lay nothing of being a popular idol- NoR I trot Imnot envloulrbuteeme I feel a bit dtscouragedjwhen I- aontraet tmy years hop skip and jump that lands a round faced girl at the frontNew York Preen A Contralto l i lr tl Bank ptEnglands muflcum- JM slay be seen the old oak chestwldch has tile old ad7of Threadneedle streets lrat strong room It fa a little- larger than a cogimon peamans cheat and ia tbts the bank stored Its cash notesand valuable papers Today the etron im sa fdbnldablelooking ob- J tbuUt ota or pltol bcs if ithnge doors that welghInany tons and represents she latest sklU and scIence of the engineer and locksmUhLon- doI1tQue n Proof That Dreams Come True Yeeth PAS goin to move tomorro- weakBertha the colored washerwoman I knowed it last week I 1dreamt it Whenebah I begins t- otSy eqm of packln Ply trunk and gettin ready to golIonseh t the apltwd- he comes the Te neX week to the rent Im goin JO JI1PVo to rmorrowleYork Press t T His Logic of 1The AngryeMpthcrYouve oJan toaak t gtye y u backyaur balll when you nearly killed one tm7 children With The Boy Well plIamA1Q ve got ten chIldren al1CblcagQT fs MyliufaotuitlyChordfr H oaIat rlJet tense weere X- a 0 1 i tJadt Waeof tbbtee potters i pslftceajBq tahifir4iocdPt+ Yr n J JtWrtl i phase I a r li Z t at te BerateRr f 1 lr1cr Idhrlg44 IIII tUflli n r 1 rF P E 1 la s- N A Praotloal eke lie was 8 wag dud was passing ii large drapers shop In Manchester There drawn upwere three or fuur vehicle and amorlgthem as a clOllCt- JIJrougham with the drlverfast usIlleJ on the box Evidently the mistress was Inside the shop Without U wort the wag stole quickly up und openlui the carrIage door carefully slammed 11 to In on instant the coachmu straightened himself up and gazed uu the Street ns If he hall novel seen anything more Interesting to look at lubllife Then lie stole U look over bar shoulder anti saw the wag standing hat In nnd npparel1tgc01lcrslp with some onoinsldetho carringe Thank you yes Good morning said theprecttcal joker and bowed I1huc1t graciously away from the door turning ns ho dIll so to look at the coachman and sa Home Yes sIrI Tclll Getupl And away went the brougham home Whcre that home was who the mistress ot the carrIage was or what she did or said when she came out of the shop or what the coachman dill or said when he stopped at the dour ot home antI found the carriage cmptyallthnt only the coachman and the lady knoW London TitBits- A Beggar In a Basket Perhaps the most curious use to which Mexicans put theIr baskets Is to hold gamecocks Sometimes the cocks basket Is voten for the purpose often or It Is tul1l10 from n sombrero the wide hIgh crowned straw bat ot the country Into which the bIrd Is put n hole cut In the crown to give him aIr antI the brIm carefully tied down that ho may not escape The bullfight has been called the national sport of Mex- Ico but cockfighting is much more universal for the humblest peasant may have his gamecock which ho keeps In a carefully made cage In his patio watches with prIde and tends with care Ono of the strangest uses to which a basket has probably ever been put was the daily appearance In the streets of a young man carrying In a huge bush basket on hIs shoulders his great lei ot unknown age who tI out a skinny hand to the passer for the centavo whIch was almost unfailingly given Surely a trust In I Pro ldence could go no furtherEtea nor Hope Johnson In Outing Magn sine Dreams of the Blind In my dream I have sensations odors tastes and Ideas which I do not remember to have hall In reality Perhaps they are the glimpses which my mind catches through the yell of sleep of my earliest babyhood I have Beard the trampling of many waters me11nTaQllhtsIi inost never grope No one guides me Evea1n Ii crowded street I am self sumclent and I enjoy an independ lifeIIt Is still rarer for others to spell Into Independentr winged sandals and joyfully joins the throng of happy boinga who dwelt bet yowl the reaches of bodily sense lIelen Keller In Oentnry The Cherful Undertaker A most amusing thing occurred one evening upon our arrival at a small town is New Zealand We found awaIting ns at the station the local- Earriage and pair with the local un dortaker as footman He was garbed In his usaal tuqereall11ltot blact but he had sUbstituted a white tie in order to relieve the situation somewhat and evidently with a desire to dISpel any morbid Impressions be IIIlbtoth- erwlse have created he commenced to ckeerfuldoor open for us and helped us Into the carrlageClara Butt In Musical Home Journal Cashing Up Have you ever played poker with your sonlnawf Only oncet answered Mr Cumrpx It wasnt very satisfactory hid he wIn fNo he lost But It merely resulted In my having to write hIm a check so that ho could indorso It over to me Washington Star A Slander Member of the Womans hrlBtfau Temperance UnionDId you write this notice of my lecture on The Demon Rum EditorYes madam Member of the Woman Christian Temperance UnlonThen I would like to know what you mean by sayIng The lee turor evidently full of her su- bjectJudge yLuckyRusticWhats the natter Moto- rIstMattorl I cant get thIs car to go RustiTeen Its thelucky man you are for just yesterday h motorist got nearly smashed to bits hero because he couldnt get his car to stop I Her Dig Miss AntiqueJust think of tho nerve of that impecunIous fellow to PrOpoe8to It t t 4 Miss CaustlqueNerve V by t1elutereckleesneeMilwaukeoN T A rrit Cq s1rat4 1aspe Whenever a great ma dice bkptIiarpecWeilIcraustcommend the great mandieaBoston Globe i t f0 Fk A Japanese WooInE Last Saturday In early pm I make a very stylish appearance to I1ny cloths which Include trotkaway coat Derb hat respeottul gloves and whatve- eshoes r and socks are necessary most beautiful way to lookIWlth such ornaments I could not wearnt familiar necktIe wtdoh are getting too shabbed son J borrOw one of angry rod complexion from Arthur Klcltnhnjamu who was not there whoa I took It WIth them fasttiunublo hobordasl1 J make my joyful footprints go in direction of sidewalk where nil JftllUIeIfJ YoMt see me reyoket WHero would H shlnura Togo go so completely d t coratod But Cur gnawer I American eyewlnky et1 noJ irg elec Pretty soonly I M1lvo by doorla tot Yoshlmn Sultl Japanese cnrl1orlltT und there I do rctptap with nervous knuckles Arter dellotouely long time- Mlas Evelyn Suktdfcamyt Noy of on tiro youngness to and look surprised bel1uBo she export It was me Kind morning Mr Togo she say with deceptheexpresslon of a female which of my Parents dId you came to see How many ot them Parents have you got please I remove with polite Derby I got two to include 1 LDothcr and 1 FlWier both enjoying nice health she response You are fortunate to have so many I corrode therefore perm them to enjoy their nice health without disturb front us She do so thank you We set In parlor and have a few conversations and occasIonal topklcs I get more charms euch moment by her sweet looks and coweattish smiles I could throb forever and such lonesome company NoticeNotice Is hereby glen that the un dersigned will on Monday January 4th 1909 apply to the Hon W n Taylor Judge of the Ohio County Court for and move said Court to make all order appointing three commissioners for the purpose of reapportioning of Justices districts In Ohio county agreeable to Kentucky Statutes sec tion 1082 This November 12th 1908 R n hrARTIN e P KEOWN T JONES In Memory On last Tlbursday morning the doors of heaven opened and an angel visited the earth and clammed for its own Ruth Pearl Edwards She was 3 years and 14 days old She Wall oIlck onlyashort time She leaves a father mother anel two little sisters and shoat of friends and relatives to mourn her loss Weep not dear parents for little Pearl 01 though we know It Is hard to give her up hilt Gods will be done Not ourt and our loss Is heavens gain Let us not think her dead but only sleeping let us allUve so that when come to die our souls will be as pure and white as litti Pearls We loved this little tonder one lAnd would have Wished her stay But our Father will be done She ehinesIn endless day The goljten gateo were open wide A gentle voice said come And angels from the other aide Welcomed pur loved one home ANNIE Remembered ills Nurses Chicago Nov 2G1hree graduatea of the sTraining School for Nurses will Iecelvelegaces left them by Walter E Ammon a former pa UentThe nurses and the amounts left to thom are Miss Nellie G Miller 500 Mlse Freda D Phelps 500 Miss Ails L Volght 1500- Mr Ammon was a manufacturer of- butterine In Jersey City N JSlx years ago he dame West onabusI- ncas trIp and while at the A ditorlula Hotel In this city became Ill wIth ty phoid lever Miss Miller was called In by Drs J fl Herrick and Frank Billings who were attending him Tht patient was taken to the Presbyterial Hospital where be was attended for three months by the other two nurses After hIs recovery lie showed his gratitude by sending presentsto each of the nurse at Chrlsttnas nnd other times but none of them expected to be remembered In his will WorK Ss PuolsbmenT Unless mother wants to heap up trouble fol hefll6f and the dilld now and later on It llbelter never to pun Ish by lntZkiugthe culijfit porfoluii n certain amount ot workksays Hilda Richmond In the Housekeeper There are motherS who keep eeirtaln disagreeable tasks for little sinners just as some cltieecompellthelr offenders against public peace to repair roads or break stone This Is risky business since It gtyoe tM child the lmpreselon tit Ie mIfc1E1 netohaytjwwork- A grown mansays he hateaWe vern- alglit ofan onion lied beoauleIIls- mother made him weed the tiny plants every time he was naughtywhen he a child Onion w agIB+ tedlo8- bMk1brealdngwork etbesb but when It Is done as a puIlshm nt It becomes c YcrJ 4 horrIble A brIght penny a speela treat In the way of a big orange ou sensbyohalned there so to speak with hlYUDUIo ony t arccul- nvllslcd Is to make the little finger lpato toedlewock I taveroen re bollious little gIrls making but oahlol punmirMontwas wasted beure te mot er trew to waste h lict the minute s- els 9serlstietl i tie effort fond cf Alien only turrcd cur goad work 1 order to be tIeaed Solitary l liltlOMiI t better thai wo- ai punlSlml1t Qei Wren loft t 4loriselves the o iteu would glad hike tlor tJooI08 orweI but they al 1 rK reentbeing ordered r work to- IiIone for her Alii A Irg Clulo- ttnlnl will make Ulent penitent waffle I hard work only Il1olus tiem feel In jured und gives them tile lasting 1m- llrisslou that all work Is disgraceful ifsguseChcugO one or them disguIsed as the heM or the family so as to deceive the mIstress of the house Invaded the resIdence or WillIam Goes In Washington HeIghts yesterday They overpowered Mrs Goes tied lie r to a chair and chloro j formed her aftr which they looted the house at their pleasure After the thieves had made good their escape Mrs Goes remaIned un conscious for nn hour and a hail She Is seriously ill as 11 result ot In haling the drug Tile robbery was tho boldest and most Ingenious that has come to time at tentlon ot the police In some timeI Hls the first visit of thieves to 3I1- 1lionaires Hill as that quarter ot Washington Heights Is known since the killIng ot a burglar by a citi zen several years ago The robbers spent nearly an hour ransacking the rooms and found 190 In cash When Harry thetwelveyearoltson returned from school and discovered his mothers plight he cut the ropes that bound her and released the cbloro form aoaked handkerchIef and hft and his foulteAnyearold stater succeed en In restoring their mother to con soou5ness BEAVER DAM left over from last week Nov 25Rev Virgil Elgin ailed his regular appointments here Sun day morning and nIght IA protracted meeting began at the Baptist church here Sunday night Tht Pastor ReyA D Gardner Is doing the preaching i31r A K Miller has moved Into his new brick home on Second street Mr W C MtKonney spent last week In Rochester Mr and Mrs W U Wright ot Louisville are vIsiting Mr and Mrs O Stevens for a few days Mesdames e L Woodward and Z W 3ntchell spent Sunday In Hartford Mrs Myrtle Robinson ot Tennessee Is at the bedside ot her father Mr n Q Carter Wlho is quite sick rhe young ladles entertained the boye of the M I E Society who entertained the girls Halloween at QIIs- sEdna Fortors on Friday night last SUn Edith Porter entertained thtt H H Society at her home on Main street Saturday night The we D Society entertained at Miss Marie Austlns on Friday night last t3flssesIsma Mason Clara Lord and McKinley entertained at the home of Mr W n Cook on Saturday nIght last OA TORARars the1st kind You Halt Meats BC5gd J f8rThe Tariff Hearings- the developments thus tar In the Tariff hearings of the House Qommltt on Vaya and Means do not promise well for the tropes and expectations ot reformers the contrary hey indicate revision along strict Protec tlbnl1oes The great bulk of the testimony emphasizes the desire among domestic producers that either the rates hall remain as they are pr that In some case they shall be Increased Ample gorunds for this con tension have been cited by the witnesses Additional grounds Would be cIted It the eommlttee had granted more time for preparatlon and larger opportunities for the presentment ot facts The hearings are useful and In theyIare a way and exhaustive Further hearings will be dtmanded we think when the new CongrES shall have assembled in extra session and they should be granted The Senate Committee on I1ance win hold Taroff hearings of Its own and thesew111 producers addtdJ9PportunlUee to submit their clei and Wishes The Senate has a h1lb1ft k proceeding slowly wad calt- tlouslyinatteieof grave Import IY- do aotthink that any Tfir1tf revision bill xifhI or canbe rieshed through the Senate on a limited express time table R 1 r i I t1itF i tti fM4i + + tFd + Ff Ht f tlot iTHE KENTUCKY CodiINCORPORATED IVIhh WIRH YOUR J1OUSE RT GOST i t1 ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN lHEALTHY AND SAFE NOHOlIj nr OR I3USINESS HOUSE SHOULD r BE WITHOUT THEM V HEN IN i+ ++ + iREACH t 1 E G BAR RASS Manager i i+ ro + of ttt + +4a +++++ HoL ++ Iom CHTOWWANTEDA1 rywberearamakingNO MONEY BRQUI until 011 receiYea proYe of bicycle Weahlp to anJOnl lrwhere Iii the U S wiMowf II oafdrftorif In adYlnceJ rM1 and andputkeep the bicycle amp I back to us at our expense a wil not Je oatone oafWe furnish the gradbicycles It Is possible to make I yroltoantee behind your cycle DO Nor nuY a bicycle or a pair of tires from a jaaarrJruYOB WILL IE ASTotIlSNEI when Itud you our receive our models beautiful catalogue and youthieyarWeaellthehighestgradebicyciesforleumoneythan udoubleSECOND HAND BICYCLES We do notttg laxly handle second band bicycles but wwlhr have a number oa hand taken to trade our l hiago nil stares These we clear out at prices ranging from ea to 88 or 810 Descriptive bargain lists mailed tree COASTER BRAKESalngteniof auaallrrerttailtrltt and da parts repairs and 5o HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOFS 8 8- SELFHEALINGSI TIRES A SAMPLE PAIR llThe rtrular refaillrib of tluu Urea 6- UJO JtrJ4r hi tD Itrod we rilltellyouaramOk oirioralaofatuiMaderf fi- MO MOlE YIOIILE FROM PUCTBBES NAILS Teka or Glass will not let the yearherDESO Wade la all sizes lnaldewithand wy- yririqryq a whldterect becomes porous andwbkhcloaa upmull puacturea wllhout allow readlloUce the thick rub tr n1Aedcuatomerntatlqadftrllsla purpoaewuremak1a facto Priceto the rider o only 4Ib per LU order shipped ame day letter 1s recefnd We hip Co O n oa repreaeale4Wlead WDLL OASU WITU OBDEa 4 eoe e thla adftrtlsemeaL We will alao aead ODe nickel plated brass hand pump Tires to bereturwed at OUR apceae U forany reason are not ttiefactotyon uamlAatioa We are perfettl reliable and maoey sent to ua la adeseIn a bank yon a pelt of these tlrea you will Sod that they ride ether run raster wear better tut look Suer than se= tire you have ner used or ecea at price We CIIdu1We o1IFthe ahofti fol aDd ao Catalogue wblda- deacrlbea and makes Urn half theqUid aU aDd a 01 about uaaal1L but write uaa postal today DO NOT Tuuck or DUYnfO a bicycleo- t0DO NOT WAIT a pair or aayone until know the new aDd woad rlllloffers we are mfkleg It only own a postal to leun everything Write It NOW J L MElD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL WHEN a country becomes civilized it de typewriters When it becomes posted on comparative values it demands THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER The fact that The Smith Premier Type writer is used in every civilized country on the globe is not so important as the further fact that the demand increases year after year The reputation of The Smith Premier is worldwide Worldwide use has made it so e The Smith Premier gpewriter God IIraoorporestad 821 Pine St ST LOUIS MO SEEDSBuckbees Full ot Life Northern Grown Pedlgreed5eedt have a reputation of 38 yean of successful seed growing behind them 1t pays to best Seasonable SpecIaltlesBBANS Earliest JtedValenline 350 Buhel- RefugeeExtra Early 325 Bushel New Strin ices Green Pod too Bushel Wardwell a Imp Kidney Wax t5o Bushel Davis New White Wax 475 Bushel CurrIes Rust Proof Wax 450 Bushel Extra Early Pi35o Bethel New Early Grader 550 Bushel Hononll Market Garden Jso Bushel Buckbees Llgbtaing Express JsOC Bushel I 4sNtnToMoa- nd a full tine eI kiss and ibs at lowest growing ces Sad for complete catalogue or subalt a list of priceseWrite today hixpape- rH WBUCKBEE13- 6ll1a Rockford Seed Fsnir Rockford Mp Ie to r yv- COrYNWHTB ccAnyone sending asketch and decertllUon may opinion whether aneuitklascertainoar ommanletl- onalUUt imeedsntlatHANBed on Patents sent free Oldest envy for ertnjJlteDtaPatents taken co receleC- epeeal ROtle without charge In the ScIeIfic Mmrkaw I II ellas yewY9BM1uraa ate W L U J A I d 1- 1L r P I t1 ijj 1 I r y TLTTI to J mm LEFT TO RIGHT r aa HkMft a Lacy From thf Old Sun Worshiper He halfback about to be tackled riHJed then darted in a long curve tfnJsrd the right Ho was soon down oil TEe ether side knew ho would turn 6rwB left to right enld a veteran KVall turn from left to right To ftBotfrom right to left seems wrong ietms like reversing We wind a BMtthi from left to right we turn a crew to and so we write and so we JRIiIt KK all eases down to us from pnv awarlc times from the sun worship ftI The sun moves from left to right anal Its worshipers believed that all Sinn n actions must proceed accord aasfir Well they still do so Churning is done as the sun moves rtheres a superstition that one re return of the handle will spoil the ftKter Cooks stir batter from loft to right jjorersal they say would make the 3 tttr coarse and heavy glint your eyes and turn thrice Iftsaft you naturally Instinctively turn inane left to right Whalers put back again if the iskljra first movement at the beginning st Ke voyage is not from left to right rto a subconscious way you see sa worship Is still the religion o- 1JI Exchange THE CANNON ROARED tHaw an Ovation by a Youthful De mosthenes Was Spoiled While campaigning in his home state fRcaker Cannon was once Inveigled Sato visiting the public schools of a Dean where he was billed to speak la one of the lower grades an ninbl aiaos teacher called upon a youthful JDonostheaea to entertain tile dlstln Hashed visitor with an exhibition of amateur oratory The selection at aunptcd was Byrons Battle of Wa teliio and Just as the boy reached lend of the first paragraph Speaker Cannon suddenly gave vent to a vie ls sneeze nut hush hark declaimed the awngstor1 n deep sound strikes like asIng knclll Did ye hear It Piiy visitors smiled and a moment Hater the second sneezewhich the i Q 3ker wasvnlnly trying to hold back tame with Increased violence TSae bark bawled the be that Heavy sound breaks In oncdTtiore And nearer clearer deadlier than before A1D Arm It U the cannons opening roars Tits was too much and the laugh CHaSi broko from the party swelled to at soar when Uncle Joe chuckled Put BJ sour weapons children I wont cos any moreSuccess Magazine The Division of Time Tito division of time Into hours was 9rctlced among the Babylonians from remote antiquity but it was Hlppar abas the philosopher who IntroducedI tinBabylonian hour into Hxagaslinal system of notation wild Simon by that ancient people because aiuMls no number having so many dl Ttirfous as sixty The Babylonians dl Tjtilwl the dally journey of the sun the irtter of the day Into twentyfour earn amiss Each parasnng or hour was aatiUVlded into sixty minutes nud that aaht Into sixty seconds They toui 33redtlic progress mode by tile sun tartrig one hour at the time of the iqillioj to the progress made by n iwil walker In the same period of has both covering one purasang and afcr couivc of the sun during the full + t ftiwtlnl day was fixed nt twenty mmr pnrasnugs Kissing the Hands 3u priKike of kiwiioff the hands vjnjOUitltuted bytho surly Jioman ml MwaasB mark of subjection as mUuli as ratty It respect and under tho first Cite rnriMlbt ciiHtum was Kept up but only thr A time Those worthies con elvuil Ilk illoa that the proper lioairue duo to rtkrfryvalted station culled for leas fu TdUuirnidefl of oliiUnnco HO tile prlvi AV dCUnsliig the emperors laud was JWMtmd as a Hpeolnl murk of crtnile rttMMibn nr distinction for olllcprsoiC iUI rjink Itonmn fathers considered lennictlc of kissing of EO Or Sate a jJtsaco that they never kissed their tcfrS hi the pranoiice of their laugh ttra What She Inherited Ht course I can do manicuring just a+ well with my left hand salt lho Ji Shandtsi 11111 II lellthl thcttlr If an3 fltK You dont know the difference Jf youve been born that way If Sub Jtawlnlicrll It Didnt know It was a matter of in JiT3lanw Why certainly it I+ No Tsft HnmlediioHK not manicuring My iisawr grandfather and greattgranil Itfftcr were nil left hniidcd and son ten cooSlnn of mine Exchange Happy Hunting Ground Me1 When a woman wants n hus bad you dont suppose she goes and 3zts Itva club for one do you nl tirostktneesStttesman Not a Free Agent JtaKod when he was married tho ieebtrd citizen replied All I know iMfi fc dat It wuz des wcn she lowed BoagIt motor do minuteAtlantaO- nMltutlonl I UpholsteredB- TiriVKcr The fashionable womans Xffsrr IB like a slat- IZockcrwhile the mattress bolster wcf pillow are worn on the head 3mr York Sun Tfe whJcari conceal his joys Is ruttier than She who can hldehts yyiits Lavnter Ceoklnj With Sunlight San codklagroasting andbolling b- sunlight Instead of coal OTgashaa been going on for 300 years There are sun stoves that roast a sirloin or Doll a soup to perfection They are only used however by scientists A sun stove consists mainly of a mirror a spherical mirror on a joint There is also a reflector The place for pot or plate Is so sltAted that the mirrors pays can be focused oh It accurately A German Baron Tchernhausen was the first sun cook Ho began In 1CS7 to bon water and In lass ho had very good success at baking eggs Sit John Hcrschel and Buffton are other fa mous dames associated with sun took ing In California various sun cools have boiled a gallon of water In twen ty minutes roasted meat in two hours and poached eggs In fifteen minutes quite as good time as the ordinary fro makes An odd thing about meat roasted by sun rays Is that It has an unpleasant taste This Is avoided by the Insertion of a plate of yellow glass between meat and mirror In all solar stoves the sheet of yellow glass fig ures Cincinnati Enquirer Queer English Laws No statute law of England ever can be obsolete a legal journal says Onto enacted It continues In binding force until repealed If such be really the case there ought to be some lively times ahead for several classes of the community For instance what will builders have to say to the act which penalizes any person who erects a house without at taching to It at least four acres of land This was one of good Queen Bess laws and it has most certainly never been repealed By another unrepealed statute which dates back to the first year of King James L it Is enacted that not more than a penny may be charged for a quart of the best old ale nor more than a halfpenny for a like quantity of small beer Tho penalty for each In fraction of the act is 20 shillings so that if it were rigidly enforced it would not need apparently a licensing bill to ruin the brewers Then again a Catholic owning a horse Is still legally obliged to seU it for 3 to anybody who chooses to offer that sum for It London Graphic The First Mourning Paper The oldest known letter written on black edged note paper as a sign of mourning appears to be one dated Jan 5 1083 In Addisons comedy of The Drummer 1715 reference Is made to the fashion In tho words My ladys mourning paper that Is blacked at the edges A few years later Allan Ram say who died Jn 1758 speaks In one of his poems of the sable bordered sheet as a messenger of sorrow Mann writing from Italy to Horace Walpole In 1745 says that It wad ani versally used In Florence at that time The superior elegance of this Italian note paper with its narrow margin of black explains Its ready acceptance in this country where it superseded the quarto sheet wltha black border some times a quarter of an Inch wide In this way it probably gave an Impetus tQ the fashion But It is a mistake to suppose as some have done that the fnslilon was introduced from Italy London Answers Caught Alive A New Yorker a big game hunter of many years experience was urn shooting in Uganda He had excellent luck Nearly every day he posed In n complacent attitude beside a freshly killed lion anti his photo rapher snapped him for the magn zincs lOne afternoon the photographer who was taking a nap in the hut was roscItails flying came his chief nn9with terrible roars and growls a bounded at his heels The photographer gazed spellbound at the strange and exciting picture Ills chief perceiving him shouted Quick quick Open the door George Im bringing him home nJvt Washington Star r TragedyI said des pucately I shall kill myself And write a note telling all about Itti queried the maid t Yes hold my photograph In your other hand I had thought about it Well just watt a minute she said and Ill borrow pas pistol for you Mybut wont It be romantic But he faded The Head of the House j tlsol1r to call the husband the head of the house be Is not It is but a courtesy title at best since in truth he is but an incident in the home life while the wife and mother Is Its whole existence Literally the sun of domestic I happiness rises and sets in the face of the wife and mother Clara I Morris in Housekeeper Not an Advertiser Did you hang up any mistletoe las Christmas asked Erastus Plnidey Deed I didnt answered Miss Miami Brown Is got a little too much pride to advertise fob do ordinary courtesies dat a lady has a right to expect Exchange Suspicious Widow cat washtnb Are you post tive you loveme Suitor Of course I am Widow Whata the matter You havent lost your Job have yon IMttsburg Press Tqo mU worsethan wlinto oJI10 11 li v ax i i What Hs Wanted You pre 0 iJOUliC IisT w + Then what you want b l athr1Ct1 Economical Avlfe Not at qll What I want Isdrlckl- iberal wife T In Luck Its being married II wife fa conlingo me all the tJmo and asking for money I You re lucky I havp t6 ask my wife always for money when I wrih onyr When a man likes to see bow neat the edge ho can walk without tailinG over there Is only one thing that wIll cure him falling over Atchlsoi Globe New Assistant Mine Inspector Governor Willson has nppolnted Mr Hugh D Jones of Central City assistant Mine Inspector for Kentuck There were many applications forth position and the appointment has iboe held up for several months during which time the shims of each ni pHcant were considered We uuderstar Mr Jones Is well qualified and ail make a good official However w would have been glad to have see some Ohio County miner get thl plum as we have so far not been rocot nixed in the appointments under thi State administration NoticeIAll persons Laving claims ogalns the estate of Martha J Jones decease will present them to me properly prov en on or before Janunry 1st 1909 or they wlU be forever barred G W ROWE Admr 2013 Centertown Ky OLATON Dec 2The musical entertalnmon given by the Mimes Patterson Fri day night was largely attended and highly enjoyed by nil present Mr and Mrs Roy K Crawford Fried land were the guest of C N Mc Daniel and family Saturday and Sun dayMr Joe T Daniel and wife Owens boro have moved to their farm here Mrs Daniel has been In Owenstooro for more than a year under medical treat ment Mr A E White and son Stoy Horse Branch were in town Sunday Messrs RR Wedding Hartford am Dodson Park Friedalnnd were the guests of Mr and Mrs JohnAleit Sat urday night I Dr J Sv Bean and JamfWStlnsbn went to Hartford Sann urjrreturnloi Sunday Mr MS RageadrDundee + was wa to our town Monday on buslueQi Mrs Melvinn Hall and daugUferin llilleiBailot RepuDliaisPrtorr ElilWli 1901 1 Jr law Mrs Nellie Hall and little daugh ter Jeesle were the guests of the formers son Mr Crit Hall and family Roslne from Saturday until Monday Mrs Nellie Hall and daughter Jessie A of Clifton Mills Breckenridge Co are the guests of relative and friends here Iro John Allen and wife were the guests of relatives at Roslne Sunday I Y Paint tOO Per Cent Purex Ebersons Zinc and Asbestos 100 per cent Iure the exact proportion of each ground in pure linseed oil with pure colors and driers make GoodTCPamt Ready mixed and formula on every can r The Ebersori Paint CoJSole Manufacturers St Louis Baltimore Toledo rSeattle New0rleatw Z WAYNE GRIFFIN do BRO t Agents Hartford Ky 14 iI l II 1i Yanyhustling Everythings ready to serve here Weve dressingfor Hart Scha ner Marx clothes are ready to wear IIIfindY maylQ9k i makes no difference to us herefirstorbuy your clothes here first gottheto show you smIv These overcoats are rrjjide in the hest styles of a very fashionable season youll i1 finne that suits you per + ctrlaQ it will J fit1 Vouil find suits here jn plenty to satin fy anywisir you may have The clothes are right so are our prices This store is the home ofjHart Schaffner Marx dotnes i 1 W E p i r IiJDJ ik SBI I t N i liP 1J oJ