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I Lh Ir7 i4li tlMMM N11 + M1f wlMtair + 4 1C A dW = y x F f I J A i j Vi J A 1 t a Jy J M t tyq l ri Fin Job Wika 7M AY DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year vox xxi HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY DECEMBER 11 1908 No2lv ROOSEVELT S 1LAST MESSAGE I 2rr tn r t Most Vigorous One Hd Has ir f EverVrIttena 1 w Goes After Congress and the Courts forFailurelrPr- esident i In Duty Roosevelt submlttfed to Congress tills wfeek his IasU general message He may vend special Sages to tile two houses during the short session but this la e lint one treating of the varfous Interests of the country generally We give herewith the mala penis of in terest of which lie treats in a con densed formJRevision of currency laws urged to eliminate defects in present system Federal control of the great inter state corporations abolition of rebates Issuance of shortterm fran chises tor corporations engaged In publlo business recommended Absolute control of railways by the Interstate Commerce Commission ad vocated This includes summary pow 4 erto ratee and lower rates control lssueuof stocks and bonds to permit the forming ofpools and cbmblnatlona In the Interest of the public tetephonecouipnlesen ness under the Jurlsdlctloa of the Interstate Commerce Commission is reconimended t BMctmeat of fews to Insure to the workerS greater share thin he now poes edea in the wealth he trelps to produce la urged It to stiggeeted that done by providing the means whleby the wager earner can invest his surplus earnnplrithe bueinesa In which he 1 ea j rf+e easetmeacof mp1ojenrlr bhltr J law urged to Include all etaployes of the Government lacluding peace offi cers and all workers engaged in Interstate commerce providing for conl pensatlon to the family of the worker killed an remunaratlbn to the employe InJure lii discharge tot Prohibition of child labordiminu tion of woman labor shortening of hours of all mechanical labor and en courage lent of industrial education advocatedTaxation of Inheritances advised R dnTnlehflffdoir fi made fbTTn creased salaries for Federal Judges and revision ot the rules of procedure In Federal Courts to eUmiaato loug rOrtechnicalltlesl Attacks made during the Presidn tlal ca n byeertiaa jeglerikV organized4moor on thi3l enHre Judiciary of the i quntry are denounced as the fruit of tho geed ot class hatrrf grown to ripeness in the minds o- fthosame lenders who before Uhf last eesiidn of the Conress demanded In vain 11m en4cneptof a measure boyVInipalrment of the power of tho Courts by providing for a jury r trial In contemift cas6sH5gb pralaUs givpnlvtb flip wag earner pdAtet r4 AZolr votes hi response to an appeal to class hatred Substantial Injustice the message says bas beep dpne to workmen by abuse of the writ of Injunction II1ors protest against this injustice is dealaSAL Vefl founded Tha evils h whtbtbaYO6TOUnugmuslihcdjrdctetbut be pH rvlI1sa rod ProvIsion should be fiSd ChftlTnb temporary Ipjuictipn J orr reatralning order fi ie8tted Ether = t rlsptban onnotee ox p rtohpro- n irrepapableaGJurYtand In casdlrgriipt hria ehould beLadb- ntheelite of thexaBe fcild detjb6it rendef d I I asl i p- W1t maeyfea 1I14 ipgttfA- merl ar o each81 the1 Ei1 utPq efftf tsaea are jeopardized by those fudeewho caw Iee ag ltetiwWerhasldrwi ehtelve- 1a ricltes of tieI era eopa bed al4tObr whoae to- j i n ettlllWalto =toagre1IliaveljIj and pile aM fl trial oi tt I i r t- y Lw o u Official VoteIt of Ohid County Republican Primary Election December 5 1908 PRECINCTS lii1 E Hartford I W Hartford V Beda V j UJ Sulphur Springs lfaganj Cromwell i IICool SpringS N RoCkvcrtt S Rociipoft i i s S ledl Horse Branch iiIRoslne J E Beaver Dni 5 N Bearer iDtiin a Sallhous Cent McHenry rtown y 330I E Fordsvllle Aotnavllle Olaton W Shrove Fordsville Ceralvo Heflln Buford Bartlctts r Herbert Prentls Ralph Pt Narrows Pleasant Render1 Arnold Total Majorities j Total Vote cast tepreeen taUTU ClerkI Clr JudgeIICounty I CountSdedit 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41 1 17 33 10 is 42 36 16 18 40 2 30 14 24 14 27 15 4 21 18 1 8 8 21 33 7 29 13 30 27 4 14 15 9 3 7 13 8 16 4 1 16 8 2 15 1 14 6 3 16 13 12 41 135L17 1037 6519 55 14 1 2 33 40 2 24 623243913 61 50 60 7 4B 71 11 12 64 58 30 40 48 4 3 69 28 3iG i5 36 27 45 9 74 53 47 1042 1377 2211 603 1074 1325 4333 1596 1911 899 305i 339 11141 7371 304 383 798 958 1186 1320 965 1671 1779 1710 336 2211 251 263 1012 330 160 134 706 1779 1710 4 l Yarepld the laborers to con rjiffc higher than the rlgl4i t Jhe wprker to demand decent iwqrlf n optdUona reasonable hours and 4ugt wage Unwise Ju4ge who are neglectful of the rights of the people when the ex ereioe ot nose rights affects the abuse corporaUoneare driven from tho bench by their fellow Magistrates The upbuilding of the laws is declared to be the duties of the Courts but greater car is urgd in tbe selection of the legislators1 who Inact the laws for the message says our great clusters of corporations lingo trusts arid fabu lously wealthy millionaires not only employ hte very best lawyers they can obtain to pick flaws in the statutes after they aroehactod but ttoy also employ a class of secret agents who seek under the advice of experts to render iipstlc legislation innocuous by the Insertion of such clauses before enactment as will make It unconstitu tional The necessity of preserving the forests Is argued at great length by the President who points out the dire con sequences which have followed the denudation of the plains and moun tains of Northern China Complete reorganization of the plan of developing tie Inland waterways is recommended It is suggested that the work be taken out of the hands of the Engineer corps ot tho army and placed under control of a commission Each stream says the Executive be considered a unit In one rand+ eysteliirahdoiary dolln expend ed should be used In furtherance of Uio whole scheme of Inland navl gatlon insteadof tie at present being devoted to tho Improvement of Iso lated portions of various watercourses Limitation of the field of activity of Secret Service men to the office of the Secretary of the Treasury is de clared an act in aid of criminals Before the Congress placed this aim Itatlon on the Government sleuthasays the President these men gave valuar ble aid In unearthing frauds against tlidf Government especially Jn ferreting out land thieves In the Nprlh west somapf whom were members of the National Congress The President urges such amendment of the Jaw a wlll place at the disposal of alt xle asIsltanceeasoD1J urged for th6 ealinlctioii of the iwork efXtMliJ fl idl sts rtJi ia IR 44 iu8t Oegi the t says tbatrtwhffer lie 0 i1r lJr rtWtAtbIb t laX4epWoRI eJt 1elegate n1 cl dAl iiiMf if y Y I 7BI i baka and a Nettled parcels post ays tem Is recommended aa a1go is increase in the amount of the annuilab- proprtation for the Burest4j of Ediicatfon Eta lIl111meQt of a Bureau of Pub 110 Health placing the Government Printing Office nnder the Department- of Commerce and Laborand general redistribution of the various bureaus of the Government are advocated Immediate admission of Arizona and New Mexico Into tile Union as separ ate states ds recommended as is also the conferring of American citizenship upon the people of the Island of Porto RicoFederal control of the lako fisheries is urged Extension of tlc ocean man net of 1901 is advocated to facilitate the establishment of satisfactory steamship lines to South America Asia the Philippines and Australasia Conditions in VO Philippines are said to be satisfactory and tile people of the Islands making real progress to ward Eerf government Notice is glen ifio Congress of the intention to withdraw American troops froni the Island of Cuba but warning Is given the islanders that the only way in which they can avoid being governed from without Is by governing themselves properly from withinDrastic puns are advanced for the army and navy Promotion In the army the Executive says should be made not according to the seniority alone of the officers but according to their fitness Reorganization of the secretaIryThe construction of four more bat ndIdltlonnldQStroyers battle fleet is commented on by the President who saystho voyage has given both officers and men much greater opportunity to becomft experienced In battle tactics than woujd have been possible byordinray maneuvers in home waters t JPTliQniasJHbiored A recntIssue ot JhOvLoutevllloTJmt coptatnedthe following notice of a Hartford boy who is makin good in blerlintoms J Frank Taylpr waajfunanlihou ly ch08etf financial secretary of 411e t4chgol1Matthe elect officers j iit 4t 1 iW efl Jt Caidet Tkuks io oo i ie c I L WI L k t1J1t11lnt i i 6 Ur rMi c l i tt t tr1t11 i1AME11 UX1k ft Siv1Ii E 1 J s aa Aft AWfUL SCARE i WITH JtDNE HURTs Grit Excitement at Mines and Many Men Have Narrow Escape The Central City Republican says Last Tuesday afternoon shortly afte 2 oclock u huge volumeof beck smoke of ominous portent was seen issuing from the shaft of the mine of the Central Coal and Iron Co located near the Union depot As the people watched tAlC smoke became more dense and soon the re port was hurried from mouth to mouth gaining in horrlbloness with every re potation that over 100 miners were being suffocated and ninny if not all were already goad and if not dead entombed by fire and wall and doom ed to a horrible dent The report coming right on the lieols of tile news of the fearful disaster tit Marlanna was sufficient to set our people wild many of whom had relatives or friends among the imprisoned host Mothers wives daughters sisters and dear friends all hastened to the spot and many minutes the scene was most heartrending Women prayed and begged for info r matlon as to the late of a love ones men with blanced cheek and tearful eye hurried to and fro but for many minutes seemingly hours no commu nication could be effected with those on the East side where the trouble wan found to be I Finally parties hurrying to Ute al shaft an Iii away found that the way was open for their exit and soon a hoist was put to work and the impris oned miners liberated three ut n time until all the 75 in number w re once onesIJt was no worstLtsecmed that par of the machinery of the pump became overheated and set fire to the wood work and burning rapidly soon caught the timbering adjoining and burned away quite a lot of the same which accounted for the immense volume o smoke Mine boss Bailey detected the troubl soon after It occurred and hastening into the mine sent runners to all whd In tfiey did and none suffered any harm Jianywa3t cOOPti hodacare a Repprts da spcead ell oVe th cdti t 1ttiD l ln Kt1 u 1fed Tot minararvver4lietn roaaedtbe guinea1 and thBVJTimeB rain dint LonIe lllv r as84hoidnr hllkto get busr d Pi1I lIVS The work PU tangTout t1 tiT6 LK1 sh t continued through the night and while at work at tat Mr Bailey the mine boss was by tailing slate but not seriously Christmas Jewelry and Phonographs If you choose to buy from me come early Xmas shopping will be earlier than usual Trade has begun already in that line I have by far the best line of Jewelry Watches Rc that- r was over carried in Ohio county I buy from the most reliable houses in Chicago and I guarantee lower prices on the same goods you would buy in the city If you dont find Just what you want In stock I will gladly or der it for you from the latest cata fugues of the host house I alto carry a full line of Edison Phonographs and suppUoe inoludir g tfco tvfo md four minute machines and records Como and soar thorn free J B TAPPAN Jeweler rntl Optician 212 HirJord Ky FOR THE BUSY READER Judge Taft was reelected president of the Red Cross Society The Arkansas River now is falling temIJlorarcitizens have stopped further serious destruction of property I The tug Anthracite was sunk by the New York New Haven and Hartford therof the tugs crew of seven were lost h h Representative Coxi of Indiana says that the Democrats of Indiana will send a delegation to the next Democra tic National Convention Instructed preslIItA parts nenspapensays Bulgaria has notified the PoWers of her willingness to indedhfy Turkey In the sum off 16500000 for the damages sustain ed by the Bulgarian declaration of In J dependence fThe correspondence between the UnjvStatcs and Japan in reference fph ent declaration signed by- both Rations was transmitted to the Commitneepn 9relg lationlL r Organ for SaleI T I hataa goodprgah which is not w6rh fjf useJlWlll soil cheap Call 1 oaor ad8te sirSdRS I A DUl F Beaver lamKy 4 BURLEY MEN ENJOY BIG FEAST Distribute Money Received for Tobacco Flow of Oratory From Prom inent Men At Win- Chester The Burley Tobacco Society with members in attendance from nearly all couutles held a meeting ut Winches tor and arranged for tile distribution of the 112000000 paid for the tobac co crop by the American Tobacco com pany Reports from various counties showed that the larger portion of the 1907 crop had been prized but that in all of the counties nearly all of it is in the bands of the growers A limited number of reports were received concerning tie sale of pooled to bacco to outsiders j The meeting really was one for joy and congratulation and at the Brown Proctorla Hotel the District Board of the Burley Society was tendered a banquet It proved one of the most elab orates ever given in the State The menu cards were artistically decorated One side bore a tobacco leaf and the opposite side containd the picture of the members of tb Board of Control Secretary Brooks and President Le Bus The place cards were all hand painted and all dlffernt The floral decorations were lavish Saxton and Trosta orchestra and the Winchester Quartet furnished the music IJohnE Garner of Winchester was Utmaster Respoonses were made as followsDr L Weber Ml Sterling Ky Why We are Here Prof H K Taylor Winchester Ky Rural Reminiscences Judge Ed C ORearVlUt Sterling KyThe Farmers 1776 Judge William Llridsay Frankfort KyWhatthe Government Has Fall ed to Do- Charles I Stewart Lexington Ky Shall We Hang Together or Hang Separately Jlr Joseph Severance Frankfort KyWhat I am In For The occasion provoked flights of orator and sparkling wit as well as learned expressions front jurists of na tional renown Little Nancy Everly Gone Another Jewel has dropped Into the great ocean of eternity Another pale rose bud has been plucked from earth to bloom in Heaven How fleeting are tbe days of life Tto frost of death came before the beautiful little bud was permitted to unfold ItSsnowy petals ito the Sun to bo kissed by the gems of heavenly lovo and be bathed In the smiles of friends and as soclates Nancy little daughter olr and Mrs Rufus Evenly died Nov 26 190S having lived but a few years in this world She was unwell a greater part of her short life hence was made a care for the family and was loved more dearly She was of a loving disposition and her fond caresses for her papa and mamma will be sadly missed by them but dear ones weep not for little Nancy for she is in a hotter world where pain and sorrow can nev er come Suffer little children to come unto me are tho words our Savior said Weep not as those who have no hope for you know that she is safely at rest This is a golden cord to draw you closer to that Heaven ly Home for you know that there a precious Jewel awaits your coming Then look forward to that bright reun- Ion In mansions above where little Nancy and all the saved of earth will dwell forever more- IJERDEfiT 0 COFFanAN Denver Colo Decombej 2 1908 Resigns Political Jobs T Ward for mapy years cleric of tho Butler county Circuit Court resigned his position a few days ago and departed for Ardmore I Tvrhera he will make his fuutro homou Mr Ward expects to engage la the prac tice of law He is about 30 years old and was one of the beet dorks Itt the State He will be succeeded as Circuit Clerk by R1Ie Keown who was nomi nated forrt position by therecent lllyrKeownFWasapppintedL enpltedtAyaar r x j r t rV i I I I I i iij WASHING UN r mfo t i r a newsy Letter Conternie tile lCatiolil CorservatIon IlIlssJoI Washhngton December 7AndrewC- Carneg1e and James J Hill wtil OOth take part 11 the joist ConSErvation Conference which opens here on the eighth when the National Conservatlo Commission with the assistance of the Governors of the States and Us other ooperaUOIItI will get under way the most important hart of Its work so far the report to the President due the first of the year These two lead esr In the industrial world were promi cent figures In the Conference of Coy ernoro at the Whlto Houso last wkly WhIch was the Immediate cause of- tho creation of the National Conserve Lion Commission The Iron masters mpeech at that time on the mineral resources of the cuontry was the first of the three days IJrogram after Preel det Rosevelts opening speech and the raUrood organizer began the second days session with a discussion of the land resources of the United States which has been mere quoted thin per baps any other single address lit that Conference Wben Ue National Con servatlou Commission was formed both Were made members flue parUclpntfu of these two hard beaded and practical men In he com jngCourercnce will be of even greater value than It was at the White House session berouse the time has come now for the preparation of It definite and workable program of action to meet the situation that wet partially dlscltJSOd at he Wbite House meeting and has been made more clear by the rotenrches of tue National Con Joeratlon Commission since tsen The attendance of tue joint Conserva ton Conference will bl composed of men who have been active participants in the work for conservation since the White House Conference About haJf the Governors have definitely Eal hat tllW will be present and the ot11 4re will send representatives of their Stites These Governors or unelr representatives wIa bo accompanied hy the members of tAte State CotlEervatltr Commissions which have bEen durIng the summer and fall In addition to these there will bo present the special Conservation Committees which have been formed by twentyfive or more bational organizations The session on the morning ot tM eighth will be a wore or less Informal gatherIng In tile fled Room of the Willard Hotel for the purpose of organizing At 416 oclock that af ternoon comes the big general meet lug at the Iielasco Theatre at which President Roosevelt and PresIdent elect Taft will be among the speakers who will address the members of the joint Conservation Conference tIle RIvers and Harbors Congress the Southern Oommerclol Congress and ot- cr organizations with lillled object whose estdons lu Washington at toot time will help to make up what has been called Conservation Week After that tile joint Conference will take up Its business In earnest at theI IIubbard Memorial Hall The plan Is to take up one otter another the main subjects which the National Conserva tloR Commission has been studying Waters Lands l crests atneraIs The much talked of Inventory of natural resources s completed now as far ns present knowledge can go Commission pus not made any of Its findings public eo far but the members of the Commission declared and the country as a Whole Is convinced the state of affairs Is one that re Quires Immediate and effective action The problem that the joInt Conference must help to sovo is what form this action must be and In what direction it must be pushed to be most effective Thls is a task which demands the ahrep loot judgment which the National Coa serration Commission can call to its ald and Is one for which both Oar nego and Hill are eminently fitted The Commission realizes that It has reached the critical point In Its WOrk All the Information It has gathered In Its months of study will reult to nothIng of permanent value unless itI can be made the basis ofa practical program of constflUOUvo activity The advice of such men asHill and Carnegie will bo of the utmost value In SElect lag the points where ImmedlatQ is form Is most urgently needed and those which can bq Placed later on the program G 1f eR8H- aretisThekltd hot Hate F- 1arptue 84r t et Five Thousand for five Min uts Work Frankfort Ky Doc 7A great many of the older people in Frankfort have rngst pleasant recollections of Juetlco Jobn d Harlan of the United states Supreme Court for he once lived hero and practiced law Savers veoplo were taken list night about Ju i tlHarlass visit to OoT WlNesat aa ase sAs ohi lawyer Bald c 4 I aar tJ i PJt iasc t es wo Jf yet et eadtti1aijt e et of time It was many y when he practiced law here InFrank fort One or too bidet ofIICt of i- bg Eastern Life Insurance Company was here to adjust a policy on the life of a man who had committed auiclde The question as to wkethero tiles OOmtJauy could be compelled t Day a policy undot the clrcumatanceS was discussed at length and the eon elusion finally reached that undel- the laws as construed In thIs Starw the company would have to pay bl cause the suicide cause In the polic of the company was defective Mte the discussion was ail over the of fleer of the company said be wished very much that some ono could tram a suicide elapse that would stand the test of the courts so that the company would not be Imposed upon by peope who took out life Insurance policies with tile Intention of committing suicide John Harlan said h thought ho could write a clause in a few minutes The Insurance man told him to do It He took n pen and In about five minutes drew up the clause and handed It over for inspection The Insurance man who was a good lawyer himself read Jt over carefully and entlUslastlcally exclamed Thats the very thing my company has want ed for years He then asked Harlan what his fee was for drawing time clause Oh I guess about five thousand dollars laughlngy replied Harlan not dreaming that ho would be taken In earnest To hIs surprise the insurance man quleky took out hIs check book wrote out a check for five thousand and handed it to him with the remark Tlmt8 cheap enough for It will save my company twenty times that much ovary year And that same suicide clause is still In all the policies of that company which does millions of dollars of bus mess every yea- rBALLOONISTS DROP TO THE EARTH Make a Most Remarkable Fall IlugArizona Desert Ehrenberg Arlz Dee 7Falling 16000 feet Into an Arizona desert and dragged a mile through cactus reach Ing above their shoulders while the basket of their balloon plowed a deep furrow la the earth Cnpt August E Miller and J K Hutchinson reached here In safety after making what Is considered one of the mots remurkab landings In the history of aeronautics When the balloon finally collapsed on the plain they traveled 260 mile through thqalr In less than six hours which were crammed full of hair breadth escapes and exciting experl encesTbey alighted In the middle of an alkali dooort cold and hungry Dndi ab8- 0lutoly lost Through the whole of Monday night and nearly all of Tuesda they wandered In the bottom lands of the Ooorado river completely exhaust ed It was late Tuesday when they reached Ehrenberg Pile balloon had traveled along at terrific speed at a height of 16000 feet the pendlx rope broke a cold wind force the UumlnaUng gas with which the balloon was inflated out of the bag and It began to drop with almost In credible swiftness When It finally landed both men were so cut and bruised as to be al most unable to move They were fore ed to abandon the big silk baloon on the desert The Indians who witnessed the rap Id descent wore so frIghtened by the sight that Wednesday they held weird dances near hero to drive away the evil spirits Cannot Fine Farmer Frankfort Ky Doc 3Tlle Court of Appeals today In the case of- OBannlon VB Commonwealth rendered an Important tobaCco Idoclelon The court holds that If a Kentucky farmer sells pooled tobacco In Ohio he cannot be fined In Keatucky for yloating his contract because the act of selling was committed In OhioLexing ton Loader lpflce NotiCe Is hereby given that the un dersigned will on Monday January 4th 1909 apply to h6 Ron W D Tayy- tor JUdge of the Ohio County Court for and mown said Court to make an order appointing three commissioners for theptlrpoaeof repportlonlng of Justlcea districts In Ohio cOunty agreeable to Kentucky Statutes sea tlon 1082 11 This November 12t1y 19O8 R D 1IURTIN C P KEOWN T +JON TIAT TIES 1JEnJfJlW8I JIIQ ero Ills Cattle WklleGurdln I Them tt1if Ardor Mot K owd 1 r Literary hIstory Is replete with beau iifal thin r The booksbelvee of the libraries ale loaded with tines that are famous Just what their lnsplraUon ores In not generally kJown but the sources are varied Toot better mon themy thre lover of good EnglIsh could slip back half centuryback Into th years and onto the Kansas ptalnsw1en the grea- prairies were like an open book limp tedonly by the eye and the sky line and hear a cowboy sllJgln tq his cattle on some lonely dark night wben there Were elemental or anmal dls himeto the end of his days amemory of something that got down frndmTr h 8 vest The night guards of cattle or horses herds were wont to sing to their charges as they slowly rode round and round them keeping watch If the cattle stampeded and wore then brought together again and began mov- Ing In a cirole which the punchers cal ed mlllng and on all occasions or fear or uneasiness among the stock the boys sang to them and lit had a quieting effect It may sound ludlrer ous to speak of crooning n Song to cattle but there Is literalsnb In the statement These nglh rders were per feet Itonemcn and seasoned to the trail and the range Their hours were endcss the calls upon them for endurance were ahilost beyond human strength Picture a night on n lonely praIrie wild disconcerting roar elements ty stampede among halfwild cattle and It Is not bard to know the task that tile cowboy confronted It Is something fine to think that In such hours of danger the cattle could bo crooned hack to normal quiet Out of such occasions were the cow boy songs born One that legend has brought down Is called The DIm Nar row Trail It runs like this Lnstnfghtas I lay on the prairies LoOking up at the staTfin thesky- I wondered If ever n cowboy Would go to that sweet by and by I wondered I1eyer a cobboyW- Vould go to that swee by and by The troll to that fair mystic region Ie narrow and dim all the way While the road that leads to perdition Is posted and blazed all the way While tile road that lends to perdition is posted and bazed all the way They say there will be a grand round up- Where cowboys like cattle must stand To be cut by the riders of judgment Who ore posted and know every brand To be cut by the riders of judgment Who are posted and know every brand Perhaps there will be a stray cowboy Unbranded by anyone nigh WhoU be cut by the riders of judgment And shipped to the sweet by and by Wholl be cut by tile riders of judgment And shipped to the sweet by and by I dont see why there are so many To be lost at that great lInlll sale Who might have been riot and hind plenty Had they known of that great final sale Who might have been rich and had plenty Had they known of that great final sale No one knows who composed this poem or the music to which it was sung J ll Nation who In the early days was a cattleman In the Soutirwea stopped art E D Smiths homo at Meade In 1890 and Bung the song for Smiths children Smith got Nation to write It out and in that moa ner the song has been preserved Thosewho know It says Smith Insist that the person who composed the words also composed the tune to which It was sung 1 can hardly be hove that to be the way The cowboy who could play avtoUn well and every man of them could were In tile habit ot rendering a tune after their own fashion and not infrequently Improved It at least for their aUdIence Sometimes one of them would playecmethingthe had never heard and witch lie could not always repeat or at least U1d not and which bore no rosemblance- to anything I had heard Geuallystel a tune U one calla It such had a antis eDt Int that seemed to Wine to express the loneliness of their life as woaa something of hopelessness Thaiplaysseemed to dimly rMlizetb t M4 mI8 MtileaBei under shotaite eels a4eeort of tast i L a aWfMk na- amt4 J 11 a It j just ti Jae hlttarm Yam told that Old Rosin the 1JowwlUCrry this song but It d not exprese the senment as dldtJ1tt one 84r Nation teed- For Sale We hage about 7d acres of- farmlandoa good the HartsFordroadoa and halfmlles from Sunnydale dIrect ly on the If H E R R Good dwelling and out buUdlng Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water 76 acres at DavIdson Station on the oWeneboro brAnch of the I O R R 60 acres fine bottom land will grow 64 or 80 bushele corn to acre 16 acres of rolling land very fertile Two fine Springs ever 8Ung water bounded o the South by rough Creek Dwelling story and half eight rooms new located South aide Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable BARNETT SMITH Agents THERE ARE VILLIANS IN OTHER LANDS Some Games That are Played To Separate People From Their Money Dont get It Into your mind tha all the cunning bunleo games played Qn credulous people to separate them from their bank rolls are eugineered- by sharJCrs of the nglo Saxon rare said Mr George L Maroney a New Orleans lawyer Just to the south of us In the sis ter republic cores the Rio Grande as smooth specImens of file swIndling tribe are to be found ro anywhere cx- tst I have myself been done In a small way in the Olty of llexICo by have purchased birds of htd most gor geous coloring only to discover later that the vendor had neatly satiated nature by using a paint bruch to enhance the splendor of his feather ed stock That reason yoit wllI see a Mexican bird peddler during a rain take off his coat and cover ills cages preferring to take a wetting himself to having the paint washed off the birds They even apply paint- to the flowers they sell to admiring strangers There are alto big Scamps down there who operate on a scale ofmegnl rude as a certain New Orleans capitalist can testify About a year ago this New Orleans man was approached by a very serene egantly dressed and finelooking Mexican who bore go letters of Introduction In eloQuet tones the visitor told of a large tract of land In the Stae of COIlmalla that could bebought for one fourth Its reap value It would be worth some day not less than 1000000 and could now be had for the beggarly amount of 200000 All tMs and much snore and as an evidence of good faith the New Orleans man was naked to go In person to see the property He lIstened and listened toll To be brief he went saw the tract which was finer and bigger than many a principality and considered It dirt cheap at the price naked rrhe seller only asked 200Q cash and this the other party put up in association with a couple of friends who were let In the good thIng It was the grandest speculation of their lives Today three sorrowing and seven goful New Orleans men are hunting the world over for a wily greaser tawyy of skin and t1uolt of speech whoa In the absence of the real owner In Eu rope sold them ono of tile richest es tales In the land of the Montesumna The titles which he delivered them w they aubsequenUy found went forg eries that called for some barren mountainous sections that would bring b cents anacreDo1tlmore AmerIcan Can You Your Senses When two of them taste and smell utterlydestroyedrestore4by Ely8 Cream halm can you doubt that ths remedy deserves all that has rszld of it by the thesis IIpHeele and begins Its healing work at once Why not set it todart tliitrgg4ats- or mailed by Ely Dro4 6Warre Street NeW Yorkon reeefpt of jiO cents w OA wr C21 =AMussesTteKledYotllsrilles iIIIM T TIT 6 t A4JE6AL HOEIDA- Oitgress a Y1l 1 v Acts Oaly For tile DIStrict OfCIIIbla11 TIlls Matter It takes an act of the eglslature toe makes holidays legal holiday aholl day that Is under which the suspen lon of certain kinds of business is made vbllgatory t at least legal and blndlnli upon the banks and upon the various publfo offices In these matters Congress acts only for the District of Columbia Different states have selected differ lent days for their hodaya Now Years Day Is a legal holiday except atiaelsanIwtand New HamRsl ire The anniversary of the battle of NOW Orleans Is a legal holiday In Louisiana Yees birthday le a legal holiday tn Florida GeorgIa North Carolina Sout Carolina Virginia and Alabama Lincolns birthday 7s a legal holiday In Connecticut Delaware Illinois Ipol ana Minnesota New Jersey New York North Dakota Pennsylvania In the States of Washington and Wyoming Washtngtans birthday Is a legal holiday In all the States and Territories except Mississippi Texas has an anniversary devoted 10 Texan independence and has made It a legal holiday April 19th Is a legal holiday In lfns- sachusetts and Good Friday in Alabama PenntSylvania and Tennessee Confederate Memorial Day Is a legal holiday In Alabama Florida Georgia and Missisdppl and In North Carolina South Carolina and Tennessee Decorntton Day Is a legal hoIda In aU the States and TerritorIes except In tile seceded States Florida Georgia Alabama Tennes see and South Carokpa have made Jefferson Davis birthday a legal holiday JUly 4 Is a legal holiday In all th States and time District of Columbia and all the Territories Labor Day 4s a legal holiday In aU the States and Territories and In the- District of C olumbia exeeptingNeva da North Dakota amid Wyoming Election Day Is a legal rholidap In most of the States- Thanksgiving Day is a holiday in a of the States though in souse States It Is not a statutory holiday Christmas Day In all of the States and Territories Arbor Day Is a legal hOliday In many of the Western States The PresIdents Thanksgiving matron makes iTankaglving Day a leIgap holiday only In the District of umbla rrhe control of these matters Is left largely with State laws and States ens- turps because what Is termed a legal holiday affects chiefly public officers the courts and the banks and these generally are under the control of the local Legislatures Absurdity of Dreams Dr John Duncan Quackonbos New Yorks authority Qn hypnotism was disCussing at his beautiful New Hamp ab1surdityQuackenbos the absurd the causeless terror that a dream will sometime give youI know a man who still but halt awake ran Into his wifes room In the middle of the night allshaken with fear all wet with the cold sweat of an overpowering terror Oh he moaned 1 have had such a dreadful dream Ive been chased round and round my room for hours and hours by a piece of blotting paper Four Eclipses and one Comet In 1909 There wlll be four eclipses In the year 1909 two of the sun and two of the moon The first will be a total of tile moon June 3 the moon rtslng mOre or lees eclipsed The second wIlt be vlaIbleexcept In the extreme southwestern portipn free thlr will bo a to otthe 4mQmlng suqDecember WkttSunday supposedto vllbJe ac Itattheee g jtheI k ttentgry Reeotde- w turn nny useta ritemetslave a- mi896 w ail vvae about twenty degrees longh= EE DtS cJJtiicber IPult of UitN6ittie pedigreed Seeds tax a uutJoi 0148 rare of seed gowlat osain pays to the best sable Speckklle SarlietRedValentine 2is5Busbel 325 Bubet New rInlInaCreeUPod ie bel050 llIIhtl Davis New white Wu qs Bushel Currlee Raft Froof Wu 4oBushel PBAExits Early Alaska ado Bushel Ne Earl SSoBushe- lHonforde Market Garden i30 Bushel Butkbeea Ughsleg Express S1oo Bushel httva TemMO a full line of Seeds Plants andBulbs at lowest growing prices Send for complete taDaue or allsta yo requirements nfquote prim Buy direct ebe JtOerSavc Money WH W Mention this KBEE 136IIIIIKkMt St lockfocd see Puss RocttocilL THE VERY BEST I Have any ofour readers seen as recent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Bnquitrr If not it will to send for a copy if for no other pur tpose than to note itsJresent worth as an things I that tend to make life prosperous- and home the happiest place on earthThe editor asking its readers improvementsobtained 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 rather obtaihs ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in matlagement of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of amusements and fri volitiessemulate all that is helpful in plan lag for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that As are our Homes so will be theCom munity State and Nation A most desirable help banin sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell forcible reminder of the spiritual and tern1p- oral 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 unanimous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family WeeklX known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0- Nervous Indigestion digestionnerves leafing to the stomach When they are weak the stomach is deprived of its energy Itthas no power to do its work If you want permanent reliefs you must DrMilesgivesthe y form theIr functions teatssufferer I 1moato wltlsIItUNreopredtomeketbsi uiifjor nebottle of NertnepA IBa whinea i rJat O raees ItR 7 nleuarsrilntlhnowtBf aYGNLTON ipY1Ue t HoMufllrlt It talMYodttnii iyhWIII + tiIf- KUee OdIcil Co Et1rrtW 1 t 14 ty V t IThf 71Yu1 T1Vr t 1 if f- itL 1i tr 1 r Co Q d rr rc r V V 7- z i ice 71ttibOXKE f r i Ql tR s aVr N GA N H E3s 1llhiixfOiMf tlMOa t illafIe 1 C 4 i s f I J i 1 V L x n t r 11H r fvcflONTYSOBERS SUEUI t Woodmen pjtlieork Bring Suit h1 taiettco Cir twit Coat Captain H Q Cans of Company C of the Kentucky Nutioiwl Guard and privates R 10 Cooks Ewing McFar land Leslie Franks and William Ken nady have been sued in the Cftldwell county circuit putt for 25000 dama gea ae the result of arresting several members of the Woodmen of the World in that coucty on Thunksgivln night TLe wit was flied by Sidney Smith and W fl Maione The arrests were 4eat Hopkins 7riore in that county while tie four soldier boys were doing patrol duty The suit was slltCor malicious az sault arid lake nncbt He loys are all Owen boro boys and are at home and state that they arreeted the men of the carge of carrying concealed weapons and for congregating as they bad strict orders against letting any t persons congregate on their beats and when these men were arrested on that charge they were searched and hat revolvers concealed on their persons hTey were taken to the camp and held till morning when tlieir trlats wen had and ttey were dismissed Tire de fendants state that the men arrest ed stated to the court that the guns were carried will the stocks exposed and that they bad ridden 10 mlles with themSndney Smith one of the plaintiffs against the Owenboro boys is tie brotherinlaw of James Sweeney who went to the black patch with the local company and the boys say that Sweeney became very much enraged with them fon making the arrest The case will probably be called at the March term of the Cadwell circuit court and thtKboys will put In their appearance They say that they do not fear but that the action will be dismissed as they were only perform inC hejr duty One of the boys says that the men were taken to the t camp and were given the best treatment while in their charge and that after they toad been placed in the cam that they were out of their charge as the captain appointed guards for prison ers Captain Gnus says After the ar rests were made at 1030 oclock I was called to the telephone and I ordered the prisoners brought to camp r on the following morning their jtrlats were had and they were dismiss ed though they had pistols in their po session It was alleged by the soldiers tbaMhemen bad Just attended a lodge Thanksgiving banquet aiid their orders weroTnbfc to allow any gathering of men afceftnln places in the coun ty The arrests were made without any violence in the least its the men were given the best we had In camp Oweasboro Inquirer Where Bullets Flew David Parker of Fayette N Y a veteran of the civil war who lost a foot at Getttysburg 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 Bitters and they cured me I now take them as a tonic and they keep me strong and well 50c at all druggists m Bible Brings 10250 London Dec 3The disposal of the famous library of Lord Amherst of 1 Hekcley one of the greatest book tales of modern times whdoh began here this evening attracted blbllologlcal at tention and collectors from all parts of the world This magnificent collection was brought together during the past half century at a great cost in a Viator and it is believed sold in con 4 sequence of the heavy financial losses entailed by Lord Amherst through an attorney who got away with a trust i fund of which Lord Amherst was trustee to the extent of f126000- 0M a private sale yesterday fifteen eilppozedlylt4qayWas spirited tTheOsbinetMa- a i i dea1Ian i rantrie brought 10000 Tie sale i will conttmfe for three daye Wtwili MbrtJh Farm Liilr i ia Rural Route 2 if W X Ff by slues safe 1I adtWo 01the worst poTe- 4reyerI Ifp rayaad and one on my Jeg It te worth ore tiaah a weighty la void I wotaidJiBot b4 wtt out it ift had to tAe to get It Okl- y2fdsatiaUdn jhtJ l- j lf 4A Nape LifeElided Oil k y e 812g rksftptau HA N fBVfliyiVeekB afceJ aIdaIldled t sxhasse f her daughter Mrs A BriOwef pCetitertown She wee laid to rest In l t J 1 4 k- a 1 9 J iftL IJ The blow Which knocked out OorbeM fightersProm theJrwthetepunches were thrown In to worry and weary the fighter but If a scientific man had told one of old fighters that the ofthebrlngincbotb s ma kthemost vulnerable organ out of he prto ting ai well aUn It We lumpbutentfo until dl finds the solar pleuua and knocks us out ice Y o of en ca tndlgestlonordyspepel pure d and dtherdiseases of the or gabs of digestion and nutrition The Golden Medical Discovery hats a specific currtlv effect upon all mucous surfaces sad hferico cures catarrh no matter where located or what stage It may have reached In Natal Catarrh It Is well fA cleanse the passage with Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy fluid while using the Discovery as a constitutional rem edy Why the Golden Medical Discovery cures catarrhal diseases as of the stomach bowels bladder and other pelvic organs lUbe plain to you If you will read a booklet of extracts from the writ ings of eminent medical authorities endorsing its Ingredients and explaining their curative properties It Is mailed free on request Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo N Ylhls booklet gives all the Ingredients entering Into Dr Plerces medicines from which It will be seen that they contain not a drop of alcohol pure triplerefined glycerine being used Instead Dr Plerces great thousandpage Illus trated Common Sense Medical Adviser will be sent free paperbound for 21 one stampsAdl1ress the Centertown cemetery Sunday af ternoon Funeral cervices were con ducted by Rev Hiram Brown She was born in Warrick county Ind Jan 12 1843 At the time of her death she was 65 years 10 menthe and 1C days old Her parents were John and Lu- cInda Lacer They with two brothers and six children have preceded her to the better word She leaves a husband two Eons and a daughter beside several other relatives and a host of friends who will mourn her departure Her sons are Marion B and Eugene Hall of Clarendon Ark They could not be with her in the last hours She was a noblo Christian and a charitable lady No one who needed assistance was ever turned from her door and to many many orphans has she given a mothers love and care Her life was one that many should emulate though she will be sadly miss ed by all who knew her and especially in the hearts and homes of her chil dren We have every assurance that she is at rest nod she will etlll be the hope and inspiration of those homes Now there is one more link in the golden chain that binds Hem to heaven Oce Who Loved Her i 11 I Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the well known proprietor of the Croons Hotel Vaughn Mhs Hiys For several months I euffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed tohave its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I be gan taking it and three bottles affect ed acoinplete cure This fame of this life Eavlng cough and cold remedy an lung and throat healer is world wide Sold at all druggists sUe and 100 Trial little free- Value of Raw Apples Many persons fancy that raw apples are indlgestable and only endurable In the early morning Doubtless the old adage that fruit is gold in the morning silver in the middle of the day and lead at iilgut is to some ex tent answerable for this erroneous impression Dietlcacs tell us that ripe raw apples contain more phosphates in pro portion to their bulk than any article of food fish not excepted A recent Writer on this fact boldly de clares that in this lies the secret of healthful longevity They correct bll liousnera and act as a sedative up on the racked nerves and allay in somniaEat uncooked apples constantly although of course in moderation and drink distilled water only and years will be added to your life while the evidence of agbwillbe long in coming This argument Is based on the sup position that us age advances tho do l oelU oC mineral matter fir they eye ten increaeeand that aging is lltgta more than a gradual process of osfil fifcatlonjpipejfhortc acid contains the least imount of earth salts and for that reason r Ik Probably the nearest ap proach to the elixir of life known to tzo scientific world t you want to jive long to retain yowl youth at the same time and to increase your brain tissue eat plenty ofiappleei drink only dtetiliedwatarat ant utitUe breadispoeeibie Fart apples are tar more wholesome than street and all like potatoes Bhotildi be fully rfpe when erften n j 0 1Oadearstba The fJIIIJi MrIi MIyI Bpi l r Q t J iL1PERSEEfllE IIEII= I IFFS POSE AND WED Fatber Tikes Girl Home Tbooeb She lets to Sbirc Hus bands Fate I Decatur 111 Dec 7An elopment with a wild midnight chaeo across coun try by angry relatives two days in hiding then a wedding with the brIde- groom hustled off to Jail from the al ter and the protesting bride bundled home to the farm by the father is the story of the lovemaking of John Lewis aged 20 and Pearl Smith aged 16Pearl was enamored of John Her father kept her In the farmhouee in Dewitt county and guarded by a mastiff Lewis appeared at midnight Fri day made friends with the dog scour ed the girl and was away The father and two brothers gave chase over took the Lochinvar and maid in a deserted cabin broke in and the two brothers were laid out with a club in the hands of Lewis and the I father fled The couple disappeared through iffs posses searched the country sherI day they turned up in Decatur cured a license and were married ore the authorities realized they were the I pair wanted Arrests were made as the Justice of the peace finished the I ceremony When the father bunt In on the wedding party the bride clung to her husband and said she would go to jan with him He went alone however and her father took her home I Lewis will be ebar geed with assault i and battery and swearing falsly to the agesThe gruff old father says he will depend on a ehotgun instead cf a dog to guard the maiden henceforth Bull Dog Kills Horse Evansville Ind Dee 7 Furious with animal revenge a gigantic bulldog belonging to Gordon Devon fur niture mover Canal street and Gordon avenue attacked a big draught horse tore the flesh from the ani mats hips and left it dying The bull dog has always had a hatred for horses It is thought that when it was a pup a horse kicked It and that the dog had never forgotten the hurt Once before the dog attacked a horse belonging to Devon It was beaten oft Just in time to save the big animals life For a long while the owner of the bull dog would not let it come near one of his horses Lately however the dog has shown less of Its old hatred of horses and Devon needing a watch dog In his stable has locked it up with his horse at night The dog was drained each night The chain was a length to prevent the dog reaching the throat of the horse nearest to it should it try to attack it Devon believed that tut horse could protect itself with its hoofs it the dog attacked it from be hindEarly yesterday morning white tie big bay draught horse in the stall nearest Ute dog lay asleep in Its stall the dog stole up to It leaped upon its haunches and left it dying Devon found the horse groaning In its stall wJien he went Into the sta ble In the morning Near it lay the bull dog watching the wounded horse with bright impassive eyes Patrolman Fuchs who saw the horse during thOtbLY says that it Is inrpoeslbe to rove its life Ho reported the matter last night to Hu mane Officer Springer The dog Is a splendid type of the bull dog being nearly three feet high with wide curving legs and a highly muscled breast Queer Hunting Yarns For places where tbo quaint and un usual or rather the freaky things of human nature happen Bellingham seem to have the hunting regious of tie rest of Washington skinned a city I block Within the last two weeks three great and marvelous deer storieS i have fallen from the lips of persons who are to gland oq A stackI pt bibles WCTtrthettbgyteVgt hers of tho Ananla Club and 4 4iere to tbeir stories Tbryrnitew to Ifo tpmugb4ire and water tovouch for the verity of their tales 1 The first Incident to told a man 1 who while hunting for deer was sudi dently surprised by an uthnal appearing within a tow 7rc1oM Forgetting to use his gunwhlch he carried j under one are ready oraii emergency he clam that ho picked up a rock and threw it at the deer killing it And sure enough thejarilmal bozo tib signs of haying been slaughtered by a bullet brought totlJeclty for an Inspection ISl1oriy attertltreninrbble ih cadent a woman also hunting deer came so close to one that she was enabled tbseirejt by the tall rind bca1 it overlap Teaa unttlll w tfSo stunned itrfell to n6vun Mfk tag tfer to end Its misery by a bullet Ttoifl woman aseertethat she did not use I re tl halt to imtke tQpaMtire jTihis week A party of local hunters were looking for deer on Orcas Island when suddenly they scared up a bear Bruin took to his heos through the woods and the gallant tour of the party softly sneaked after him All went well until in a partlculary rough spot they were startled by a heavy crashing in tlie underbrush directl- yI front of them One thought leaped to the minds of all fourIt was the bear The company took to its heels rustling and rolling pell mell down the hillside During the mad flight Charles La Fray less fortunate that his companions stumbled and lost his gun The weapon was discharged and the shot killed not bruin but the 200pound buck that had startled the gallant four This story is vouched for by another member of the company who at the time the gun went off had gained a sate distance from the con flict Bellingham Wash Cor Seattle Times a t FOREIGNERS WANT TO TRY KY SOIL Turks Want to test the Abil ity Of Our Land to Raise Tobacco Frankfort Ky Dec 7Oov Will son today received a communication from Nat+ na Brothers New York long established manufacturers of Turkish cigarettes seeking the names of Kentucky tobacco growers who will take up tic culture of genuine Turkish tobacco Tle letter states that experi ments In New York have proven that the finest favorite Turkish tobacco can be grown in America through the soil of New York is not best adapted for it It is believed that Kentucky will prove a much better ground for cul tivation on account of its larges pro duction of native tobacco and the Turks Rte anxious to make a thorough investigation of his state They say Turkish tobacco sells from i 60 cents to Jl per pound and pointing out the enormous consumption in this country cite that twelve years ago the imports were only 23000 and are now 4000000 Cigarette manufacturers who commu nknted with the governor propose to furnish a man ttorouglrly skilled In the cultivation of Turkish tobacco which will be treated differently from the native weed They ask tie governor to recommend a prominent land owner or farmer of means cow will be wiling to let us UM about fifty acres of 4s land We would comPiond direct with Mm abou the details It Is very essential that in the strd no tcbsrco of any kind has been previouply ntiKetl Tie same soil Eultftble for done tic tobacco will grow TurkisJi tobacco We fool con I fident tot CTutusry fe sUite of Kentucky will be benefltted with the now industry and tfIt it will moan mllllonB every yeaot only to Ken tucky but to tU woe United States Heavily Handicapped J believe terc s n story told of Murk Twain tot in ycu ful days be- Ing Bent out by his mother to weed n certain flower bed and finding more weeds than flowers ie came back in and nr ked If e mig t not flower te weed bed Our tUo Alfred roliaby has as greet an aversion to work os load the youthful Clement Admonislied to put tome rather large weeds In the brick yjnO after a faluWjesrled lift on one of them to sooutcd- Mamtnii how do you tlnk i am going to pull tiiote weedy when the whole world Is hUr ed onto tnem Womans Homo Companion Whale Stole Their Line Up among the torn bergs of the Artie a montter whale is cruising abou with a barpoon embedded in his thick back and Komethirig less than half a mlie of stout hempen rope trailing after him rasIan eight montha cniso in the icy Fartkj rAeetota that oldstar VTiale got all that was coming to him He got away from w muttered the tnato spitting viciously Into scup pars but we will get Mm next sea son It was good rope we used and hell get tangled up on something so we Wllle be one whale to the good when we get backthere Ho VB a badone though Youy see Sttva the bcktt steerer slug the book into him when we were In open water between two big bergs Oft be goes with the stick n his back and time rvpti went ont like a man tumb 1 Ingfrom the loft He ducked and dived until oho tub of was and 1I did 111 temewitmanother H was whenlieer Into the air and took a deep dive Toe edge of the Jca cut the rope like r 1 T CENTAteeables drlOOlf tiog Ute SIaBfls uJaM1scf Promoks ri d ssandRestjCojUalnsBdfcr iuoriaaaLNOT IkpirafAd Il7lfit3 mSft =ApafectRemedylorQota6JC lion Womiscomltsi ness IldLoss OFStEEP ruSl1IJ1e Signarun or NEW YORK CASTORIA For and Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature Ir- Use For Over Thirty 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harpoon with hJmn Francisco Ch tgte r Hold dim Pop Im Coining Near Yorl4 Doc 5 Parrota are longlTed but fi long an this parrot lives it will be cared for by Felix Yom man a farmer of Uoatckiir Heights N J Polly has been in the family wen ty years and te fond of riding with Yerdmaa to market at Paterson some time the wise old bird rides in the wagon sometimes on the horses hick and as often as the brose lags fUlly utters commanding Get up Yerdmnn was driving home from Pat arson after dark Saturday Polly was ahoiteback Yerdmani mid yes terday that when the wagon reached a long hill about a mile from tho farm a negro ran from the side of the road where lie hadbeen and jumped over the gons tailboard Give mo your money orthe high wP 8- Yi 1 I Infants Children The of TNe cusmuN soNPNr NVes enr L National Womans Weekly orders j Honest US Main St Guarantee r wayman threatened- I have no money said Yerdman Ill turn out my pockets and show you As the farmer arose he struck the robber in the face But the negro immensely strong dragged Yerdman from the wagon threw him beat him badly and started searching his pock etsUp to this Polly In the dark on the horses back bad not said a word but seeing her masters plight she shouted loudly Hold him pop Im coming At the words tbe highwayman sprang from the wagon and ran ter e Lost Loaned or Stolen One pat of linemans metal slack blocks complete with Uuffato grips used In stringing telephone wires Missed about Nov JO Anybody know Ing ot their whereabouts will please return them to me J W OBANNON 1912 Hartford Ky r i i V fir ttr y I JtlH9yu 1 Hertford Republican J rJ 0 la ai t tr a1 h rnital l C M fit ANNETT Earo- CntzsbrlarlQr PxotZI jof Io4a C 1 t oC1- JtIDAYDECEMBER 11 i- REPUBLICAN TICKE- t T t 5 1 i- tl v- 4 J 11 I Far ItepeeesentativeW S Dean A 3 For Circuit ClerkE G Barrasss For County JudgeR R Wedding For County Cl rkW s Tinsley For County AttorneyC E Smith For SherlfT II Black For AssessorBernard Felix For School SuptHenry Leach For JallerW FM1dkiff For SurveyorCS 31oEleya For CoronerDan W King i According to Mr Archabold all Is not oil that gllttets To add to her other troubles they are organizing womens clubs In Tur key No doubt you have forgotten ther- was e a National election only a little over a month ago Mr Bryan finds that the official returns from the various states confirm the rumor that Taft was elected The report that the Gatum Dam blld broken down turns out to be untrue BesIdes It turns out that there wasnt any Gntum Dam to break down A man on trial for murder in Indiana has been convIcted for arson wb4c was almost as bad as the Irish r strata who found the man who stol two mules guilty ot bIgamy The Democrats In IndIana who liso long been out of range of the tple counter are beginning to trampl each other under toot In their efforts to get next This Is pretty sure t mean that there wI1 be no pie county for them four years hence We are very glad that the election of county officers comes only once h four years We do not mind so much a vote between Democrats and R publicans but whenlt comes down t making a choice between members o your own family It Is an embarrass Ing matter Congress convened at Washington last Monday for the short term It Is not thought that much business of importance will be transacted Th changes In the tariff schedules will g over to the regular or special session of the new Cungrers to be held lifter President Taft Is Inaugurated Evidence was produced before the Ways and lJnuns Committee of the House to the effect teat the International Papea Company has made a profit of 89 per ton on all paper pro duced In the last ten years TJllwbeats the 30 per cent dividend on wo com mon stock of tile American Tobacco Company One reading tto Horall woulll tarok- that the Republican primary election held last Saturday was acooanpanied by fist tights pliltol abuts and bloody rJosOI The truth Is toot from every precinct In tae ovuy Canes the I formatlon that theeTeiwss ordir- ly and Ja ulnaosto quiet j Wlilo te various candidates and their friends worked hard as they TICltjlenrdany Jf the candidates In n single precinct Moreoovor there Is no Intim ationof fraudstuffing ot ballot box ex or Illegal voting The election of floors seem to have done their duty and to have reflected credit upon thc ar selves and tter party by their fair j treatment of aU the contestants We predict that the Republicans ot Ohio county will never hold another delegated precinct convention when they have numerous candidates for f county orrlcesand as long as itre mains the domlnapfparty Jn the CQln ty with uomlnatrons considered equivalent to an election We make the further prediction that Sri all future primaries which the Republicans In Ohio county may hold thero will be un iron lad Inthe J be t rule in both poi Iles In eve t lco tid JUJ ettlioils tai r hiss ezerted lnytliey i nubile officltal4 and the- exercises o his franchise as aPf U- Cti duty dose care to halt hJ pte Ottaet diollar or flol YmreIfjY1i Te- tl lt Sa au1gIt s ould k tsa to t belongs fJ TILE RESULT 1nfJub AA1S of Ohio Conntytlte Id t4olareti rlDl1t el Uo y e I any party In the count y All thecamdidates6 ked with lt and main to win It Js unfortunat- ethahm t ot them of necessityh to loser Aa weave said before these coiumns All ot them amen andiitttis as a dlffIEultmattert the voters lo mdke choice In nary of the contests The wrlter lost hls bin to several of themloweyer tJ1 s Is the only way toettle the c a1in totaspIrants for these honors un4er ur system ot government and the nie who Use should and will submit ft the aUtoie d WaSjentso were ed forthose for whom they were st1- Xo other devise or scheme whlcblha of eulc4U erly Impossible to have held precinct conveuUons when there were EO many candidates WIth any l emblanee of order or farness Those who have won are enUt ore support ot the Republicans ot county and those who have lost01itOI best further their claims for nttlen In the future by giving loyal devoted support to those who have won remembering that there are other con tests to be won in years to come and the next turn of the politico wheel many hold In store better luck for them Authorities In Economies The workshops ot the United States swarm with men who are authorities in economics oven though they may 4ot know It It must be admitted that t ieir credentials do not appear to Free Made theorists but their views are founded on experience and their dally lives ate more eloquent than any doctrinee where al most any Protected article Is manufac xrred The company Is making lair profit and the men are getting good wages All Is going well untIl something happens that causes the boss adodress them thus Dogs we are up against anew proposition Wee got to shut up shop or reduce prices If we keep on running your wages will have tocbme down Its like this Tbe Tarlft has been reformed Protection has been knocked out and there 4 importfed e market unless we sell our stuff so cheap that they will have no chance You know they dont pay their workmen verylrigh U1 the old country and yo l have to comee down to their scale or- rn concee beoa strike or shalt we get together and fix up a new payroll I know Its hard on you and its hard on us but there Is no hell for it since our bus Incas Is tlO longer Protected I ad vise you to appoint a conlnrittee of your best anew to meet the manager and tall over the situation This or something like It Is what would happen It the Republican Tarit Thusetierywageearner snoud IJo an economist In the sane IOf studying labor and market questio- in their rotaUontb th Tariff Tha subject Is also of deep interest to fa- mers merchants and bulldersto ever IJObOho e prosperity depends upon alllfJWith the neeessares cotufardsgoir eTlences and lJcasures of life- Rochester D6moeratc CJronltle Social EntertainmentIMrs Alex Barnett and lrs Karl Thindaytteir guest iIe Howard Ellis at theihoaneof Mrs Anderson ALter answering lIDQSt interesting thljnameseach guest Each table represented and the found their IanItwo eWes by matching state capital deIlghtfplCard or 7haaks ZVo wish to one our grateful thanks to cur friends for every kindness shown WI during the stcks ness and dentpI of our little dauIiJ t AnnYi aay We apprectnto thelrs- eo t icci and sznnatby very much 11oness J WThlOmaBanc1Wlte t 1 i KENTUCKY IS A nR j J I IIJfJAL0P1lqN r T1 The Ind ofthe Falmotjs hliet r jtll + s a Lacks Oaiy4 Counties ot reBeingDry I 41 l ej1tRetool repprts bt the AntlerLmgue in ICentuckyshbwsurprti- ngly large area ot dry terzfpry It tho State Kentucky has becOme a desattand- theta are only a few oountycnu others a thirst Los beer rwh1skey may be quenched Butt flour than ties out ot the 119 are mhbllywetpnd- ad but twentyone are partly net Inn these that are partly wetdntpxlcante- al cannct be sold outside of Uho 4acori- or porsated towns except at taverns and drug stores The remaining oaun ties are dry asks Untie so tar as the taw to concerned and the Ant1Sa loan LE II i tf l if tight to ntaketheprent tcounty- p Uptttlflw Unlfb uU coarn Jeiferson conllnlng Louisville Uc largest city of the State The counties In Ken ucky th tare wholly wt are Jetferso Oampbell Kentma and Nelson Thl m partly act are Boyle Bell lfaatgomer1 Mason Flcnrrbon Clark Fadte Franklin BoImcICracker and Caldwell Dry territory covers d vast area and Is made up of the following Qoun ties Gr Lawrence Johnson Floyd Pike Letchcr Harlan Leslie Perry Rnoa lfagofftn Morgad Eli lott carter Lewis RoVt1n lIentree Wolfe DrrothUt Clay Knox 1Vshitley Laurel Jackson Owsley LeE Powell Bath Fleming Nlc1l las EstSll 1ludl sop Rcckcastle Pulaski Wayne din ton Russell QuJey Lincoln GoUrtlrd Tessamlnp Harlison Bracken Rob- ertJn Pendleton Grant OwenWo ford Mercer Doyle C niber land Adair Taylor Marion Washing ton Henry OGJlatln TrImble Oldbam DuUllt Spencer Larue Hart Green9 Metcalfe Monroe Allen Barren liar din DreckenrldgeoGmyson Edmdhsd n Simpson Logan Butler Ohio Han cock McLcau Todd Webster Union Crittenden Trlgg Calloway Marshall LIOn Livingston Graves Dalhrd Carlisle IUckman Fulton I Tel quertton illS 1omether Scott COUnty fa dry GT wet la now Sn be courtsand w11l have to be paEsd upon by the Court of Appeals before It will be t holly net or whbtly dry Nominees for Magistrate and Constable Owing to the size ot our tabl giving vote In the primary eleetio- held last Saturday In Ohio county w e were unable to Include the candidates for magistrate and Constable In the various distrIcts We give below the results by districts HARTFORD DISTRICT In the race for Magistrate C Woodward received 180 votes and E Scott 213 votes giving Scott 3 3 majority The following persona were voted for for Constable WUJlo Brow 69 votes Gus Ford 12 E E Rogers 71 S Eidson 1 S 1 Bennett l J I King 3 L T Durnard I Gayly Taylor 32 J D Dennis 3 Worner Baird I WC Dlanicepship 2 Mr Roers was declared the nominee DUFORD DISTRlcrr For Magistrate II S mmberlan a had no opposItion received 172 votes for Constable L Bartlett receive i 35 votes D Daniel 49 Henry Shown 27 II C Rhoads 25 Daniel was do dared the nominee CENTERTOWN DISTRICT For Magistrate J Carl Jackson no FonConstable J T Bishop received 27 votes D W Kimmol 2 votes W H mil 1 vote James Garrott 1 vote J Jennings 12 votes Dsbol was declared the nominee 1 CROmVELL DISTRICT For Mnststrate W P MlUer recety ed 107 votes Winson Smith 122 votes Mach Cook 291 votes giving Cook plurality of 29 votes over Smith Fo- Coustnblo Baize received 21 Votes Douglas 73 v tMo Awtry 17 votes R Awtry 1 vot4Z qyqDouglas daFored 202 yates George II 3inddoz sealed Y 117 votes Titles majority 135 r Constable J H Robcreonr IY1 fib votes Fulkerson I vote Clark 1 vote William H IIIU11itpn 0 votes A utl Smith 2 votes YG- Haney 7G votes HlUleY plurality over Robinson 31 votes SULPHUR SPRINGS PISTItICT- For Magistrate John If Graharqro celved 108 votes V Ih l3ratcbq 35 votes J A howling 98 votes Thom s H Johnson 60 votes Grahameplu r silty over Bowling 10 votes Far Don volesD9 htton 67 votes d DawlOy3 Yotes IL Acton 61 poles Thonms 1 StJ l jJlb 1 IfISiri r d qh A I1 M piiliy j 1iJiitW0 1 4 J Mldklrt 3 voter H C Actons plurality oVer H Acton 6 votes FORDS R1LLE DISTRICT For Magistrate C V M1les received 200 votes T p Royal 100 votes Mt1ese majority 100 votes For Constable C P WhltUngh111 received 1 vote Robert Mason 1 vote W T Mitchell 27 votes G E Rice 211 rotes J A Huff 1 vote W T Grit teth 2 votes w R McCerty 1 voter o T Durdette 14 votes B G MId klff 1 vote Pate plurality over Mitchell 27 votes M SMALLHOUS Dec GLittle mhle Cox oldest dau diedn2 of dyptherln and was burled the following day at Watons Creek two- e more ot her sisters are quite sick of the same disease Mr C T S Overton who had the brokenIwayIseas 8 go boos Saturday to the prImary elec tier 1W C Overhuls who has been absent from his home for several months td herelth1sgladly welcome Lirh Messrs O W Overl1uls dna Owen Hunter attended tile Mnsonc lodge at Ceralvo Saturday nIght Mrs O WOverhuls and 3IIes Omit Maddox attended the Eastern Star lodge at Cernlvo Saturday evening Miss Maggie Hunter id In Ceralvo the guests ot her slstel airs P L Wood Mr 9 W Overlluls who Is teaching school near hero has had tQ dismiss ncrcount ottte scarlet fever and dltuer- Ja scato Mr Abnzo France and family have n1ovedfrom the J A Drake farm to his own farm NOTICE All express patkagesfor people llereaficharges art paid and express book signed This is necessary for your protecti nasWell as our own BLACKldURKHEAD FlgUOIjLqmtrtarlff n talked plainly Sn his address in the Tacoma Fhe= Ater Monday fight ab9ht tlibprQooblq tight tlNorthwest 1x111 have to mak to retain n duty on lutlberThe pray rleStates have devdiopeda strong sentiment for i reelumber They have no lumber of their own and they slocaltional In truth with the exhaustion of the ttuibLr sl1llply iilnuesota iWisoonsln Michigan Indlann flutestheregr sentiment tor free Iuuitigr Unfortunately for us as MrCuah1- S u t W I 1 i man points out there are not very many votes In Congress from the States hat have the most Umber Washington and Oregon are the rIch estln Umber Washington has three Representatives In Congress and pre gon two Each ot these States has two United States Senators Oregon may send a Democrat to the United States Senate to succeed Senator Ful ton and It Ta problem what he would do about the Thrift op lumber When Is cOmes to revising the Tariff PE RNA IN THE NOME of Thousands of Homcs JOJ3rdStcured mo ot Internal catarrh I took about four bottles whenI noticed the Improvement and the fifth bottle cured me havebeenIhadpainsallwas losing hope of odor being well todaynine months 11 cannot toll you h wbapPTI fJo you will know I llover of such medicine It isjiro best medicine on earth My husband Js now It t will alwaysooplorJUlaln m frlenaIverbadPeryea aldeb For two Ylarl Dr lEiartmanand his usiatauta havo lnccesaatly to oreatePeranaIn tabt form and their bgencrgwuedwith1gn1d mediainee can now decnrq Perunra tibkta Aak your drugg st for trCQ t1 the Washington and Oregon membersb ll- of Congress will have their bands full to assure as fair treatment to our lumber mills and timber owners as Is given to tndustriee or another character in other parts of the try It We TaT1f Is continued on steel It ought to be continued onIum ber Its going to keep our Represtn tInterestsagainst Tacoma hedger = I One but coun MJ Another ifpmet 5 f j IROklahoma tom = tlM h 1 Yt band myaelfbaveusedyourmedlclnoe in I necssalfyI tills l indltrerelitI can do all of inr housework alone Yy rGlchrgmyCthe1hundred dl ne y end is forroxufakronlocatirrnt w Aimanac for 1909 1 J t f- w I Y q r tTHAT You TNT A 5 WEB HG SS LEATHER 15 HIGH YOU HAVE BEEN ToLD it THIS MANY SOME Do NOT GET THE PRICES BUT GET THE POORER LEATHER OUR MANUFACTURED WHO MAKE 5HOE5 FOR GET GooD AND WE WILL SELL YOU GOOD PAIR Of SHAPE SHoES FoRv3 To 350CoME OUR STORE AND BRING YOUR FEET WITH YOU AND LET US SHOW SoU WHAT AND PAIR OF SHOES WE CANLE YoU DAVE YOU LOOK oUT FOR THE THE FEEL ANDWE SHALL LooK OUT FOR THE LEATHER WE OF CoURSEHAVE SHoES FOR ALL AS COoD FOR 150 HOLIDAY SLIPPERS 250 WoMENS DRESS PATENT LEATHER foR 250- Ttf350 VARIoUS KINDS OF SHOES ALL PRICES FoR MIS ESAND n BOYS SHOES WHAT KIND THE GOOD KIND THAT IJIf IT IS PoSSIBLE To GET SHOEJ THAT WILL WEAR ROUGH BoY TRY THESE eyers Boys school ShoesEvery- pair to give you perfect satisfac tion Give us your Shoe businessR- ESPECTFULLY J 1 J t EALE Hartford Republican I FRIDAY DECEMBEH 11 0 PI1liioisCegtralRaIIroadTim p I r Table riMprtti Bouud South Bound Nols due 4 05 a m No JJ1 duU81 am No JttyueifcSOp m No 101 due 348 p H- iHolWdat24pn No151duo85- 2pmCHEER UP Whats t the go hem grouchy r I Whenyoure iwfiriii your I worst frown c ttDoes start the sun ashinin r stop the rafll from comity i f downIYoud be Handsome if youd Si fYrr Wl pleasanhAt i yourfriends i the STORE4l irv r1dvilr xahelatestt i 1se l tUltl g ao w tllfUttt li8- HAS t fl hlfi t4 t p i OGC M A iidIt1nnffC4 iiI 14f JI1 + 1 14t JItsLtiY i rttsdntwddppwhad Typewriter Cieoti at thl 14 ae ier buy rtok se ab- g x OARSONj fe CO- dA ei on Rich Clothing at Ca d Cost IhpistwgesFrults iictIn- r r Ird- A the f is e- i r ytY t4PiRE l5 MAY SIIINE P OLD HQBut 1 TREfR WHEN YoUMt1s BUY J j NEW SNQ SHINE IN TH flEW BUSIN fA NOW TIMES MANUFACTURERS U5 LEATHER A PRIE5MEYER5 OR KoRRECT To A STYLISH COMFORTABLE LoOKSjAND OCCASIONS FoLLoWS EVERYDAYSHOES AT LADIES A Pries guaranteed a it once Gift ousfno Pri bYit Now didnt the City Restaurant feed em last week If It is choice fresh groceries you want go direct to U S Carsons A smile of satlra don goes with every Suit CARSON 00 Let UB know our error and you will see It corrected CARSON 8 CO We buyas l Yas we can an sell the same way CARSON r CO Boys if you want tbburnyour mon- ty get Gl1r fire works from James Lyons V Ml work and returned by Fred Robertsonhe Clothes Cleaner 1and Presser I f tt I wil1 pay lgliest price in trade tor Eggs JamerfH Williams 1813The Druggist Qlr John F Stowers Eureka Ind visited friends near Hartford several days this weke Our Candles are xisgbed as the st our prices ore cheaper than tOO irest James Lyons air John Taylor Las moved from Clay street to the rooms In the rear Ifcf his tiarOershcp on Main street I For loaded shells the kind that kill rids call nuS Carsoit Hennas bout tep tiQu n for sne cheap Dr J Jbllt IiIt DeiivBrtDai jLo- as been qftltq hlPsiriclaiit Sunday Jgtt is reported to be some bettor Mrrfrffirrnfr ael been ok 1 tb4ught- t Is cgadltlon s rmprove Womens Skirts nicely cleaned and pressed Fred tlobertson at thti1t pJA hQI ding + divef4yI- r H oJ Mr S A P RpW1a aod family of West Harlfordlef yeJiterday for Wrny thertlrXefaketheiriut iMr McDoWell Fo Ie and Miss rtvlvary odets o- t3eorge tow aje Liilall a short Y elr nthilalr dis8 zeated 1 farri r- ptd yand des4r to movato t1foMI1fJ CUf meld nceg r l J I Y4h are pawns j36 s fopEggi 1 r James Lyons We will make a mWjclalty lit Fruit baskets otto UBtfidifrrder r James Lyons CJpunty Clerk VS Tinsey spent several days at DawsonjUie1 forepart of the week- Getryou up l4lettbl and Lunches when in Hartford at the City ReStaurant I New lot of Rugs and Door Mats at Barnard e Cos Reduced prices on those goods Last call for BUlbs Just a few left Dont fall to plant a few- BAKNARD 8 CO Buy your Sewing ftlachino Oili Need lea and ilpalrs of Gross wHHiuns at City Restaurant 111 Ts Duke Sunhydale lolls moved into the Tom Likens property on Frederica street Mr Robert Wellrf of Whtteavllle has accepted a position in the barbershop of Mr John Taylor Schroeters Studio over Re publican office Take your Clothes to Fred Robert son and luivetliemcleaned andprees ed All work guaranteed Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford R F Do No1 will answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour ltf Mrs L M Smith visited ber sisters Mrs L T Barnard and W B Taylor Wednesday and Thursday Mr L B Davis of No Craik has moved into the souse recently built by Mr Frank Block on Frederica street Mr J ftf Brown Rochester was the guest of his daughters Mrs L T Barnard and W B Taylor the first of the week Mr J C Jones of near RcKjbester has rented Sirs Alex Barnetts ixpl deuce on Frederlca street and will move to it in the near future Barnard Co carry a more com plete tIne of Hosiery than is usually carried In a country town The best brands are handled by them We are paying 25c per dozen for Eggs All other kinds of good coun try produce wanted at the highest prices tf SCHROADER CO The Republican Executive CommlUe met at the courthouse last Tuesday and canvassed the election returns from the late primary election and cer Ufjed the result as shown by our official table published elsewhere In this issue I havo purchased the clothes press- Ing and cleaning outfit of Petty Bros and moved It to the Y M C A building where I will be gad to get your orders for clothes cleaning and press ingAll work guaranteedFRED I The OMo CWunty Colored Teachers Institute met at the M E Church colored Hartford Dec 2 Miss Lilr Han Monroe Asst Bupt of Schools presided as dhhinman and with the earnest work sad grant enthusiasm of twelve teaotcra much gQOd waS lacconi pllsib d during the two days session Mr and Mrs D E Thomas left last Tuesday for Rochester Akron where Mr Thomas goes for treatment at the Mayo Brother and Graham Sanl = tariusv Mr Thomas many friends in Hartford very touch hope that the trip will result In bls entire recovery Ho is one of our most popular and honored citizens trJ 1The annual convention of the Rock port Magisterial District Sunday School Association bas beta Invited to meet with the Render sotool on Sunday afternoon Dec 20 1908 Every school should be represented Watch the papers tor program 4Thlst is theWst convention arid sehciuld be the best fortqe7elr locountyC M Crowe was elected Qlialraian JJ F Vickers treasurer itaHeli1eF liat ows cr for the next tl1i years Theta fgonilemen are all up Tjgn and table mart ap4rjllt no1 rfdubj fill theEt positions with credtt Mid to the IsatlLractlbnlofthe nicmbers qi their partyJr11 l t Trhe ladies lOt tbo MethcdIstcbatrah- will IIIe atrummagelsale Kit their BAzaar = arttclfo- cAnsittingiofPlctaredl prl btkic see oua 35dqlQthlng eta wUl bo auc ttoued rte d of course will 01OJt the tldSera own prf6e is tbsisva worthy cause the Bazaar shtould be liberally patronized Ba sum rtat tAndI hwBlaster Lirkin Grfffln nan bf Mr Z VlVajhc tritonmotwith quite a sevecetiat ldaatlagtsfiaturdaya The little tolw was pffi Ling With some Mil ode D3RLta er t l OPIc e nt ft WIll came Ica aetre1iic4VurninK jMnJ Quite aeyerely His ISjuries wer4 painful bu w aedlQUB Jdeser o IJ 4j3vdvlgi tin Q T Burdetto A 1jiavtlepnldufli a plead anoca1l whlje in town Tuesday Knights Rt D Walker J C Wagon E M Woodward EDPen dJetonDr JD Tappan S T Barnett SandorCurasslstedln P lodge at Central City last night The girl friends of Miss Oorinrfe Woodward on Clay street gave her a storm party on last Saturday night in honor of her sixteenth birthday Gomea were flayed and refreshhients were senveil and after a tow hours most pleasantly spent the crowd dis persed wife ing her the return of many mere suobi occasions Mr John S Bennett and son Ernest Ncrook returned from Colorado last Friday after an extended visit They wtfro nceotnpdnled home by JEr Ben netts daughter Mrs Eula Taylor and her husband JetSo Taylor who have been residing in Colora do for several years Mrs Tay lor fs in very bad health and it was thought tlio climatic change might do her good The Scfcwl Rally last Friday proved quite a success in spite of the very unfavorable wcathcjr Tho dsurt house was nearly filler with oji en thusiastic audience who felt mare than repaid for thtjr trip thirougjhi the rain after tearing the excellent ad dress of Dr Barthplemow of the Louisville Girls High SchfcpJ and Miss Lelia E PatrIdge of Wtpthcro Mass The people df Bdiver Dam al so report u steed crowd and a most profitable meeting at heir rally held on tho some day L A IIIRev Jo A Benuett Hurt Rev Jo A Beiirjett of the Ueda nelglhUrcrhocd hnpjxmtd to a sovere accident yesterday morning while haulm a load of lumber Ho stop ped his teem and gotout oil the wag oar tcnguo to re arrange somo of the plank and Jn some way fell between tie horses Tho team tottk fright and ran the wheel passing over this right leg above tho knee breaking It and otherwise injuring him His cries goon attracted assistance and he WilD k token tbme where medical aid was summoned and ihds injuries dressed His wound is quite painful but ho was rtftlEB as well as could be expected at press time last night Sunday School Work The Sunday Schcol Union of the Obld County Baptist Association will hbld tticlr quarterly meeting with Mt Carmel church on Dec 23 1908 with too fo1towlngprogram 930u m Devotional Exercises 945 amWelcarnb Address JW Wade 1000a m Review of Previous Pro gramrO M Sbiultz G H Lawrence 1020 a m Proper Opening and Clcslng Exercises cf SchttDlS L King C W TlcbeDbr 1040 a mThe Song Service of the SaKKMl E A Carter L D Ma gan r 1100 a InQuery Box 1120 a in Proper Grading of the Scihbol E W Ford Z H Shultz 1140 to 100 Noon 100 p mlIome Department Its Place In the SchOPIJ M RogersR Cv Jarriagln 120 p mWtat Should Sunday Sobeol Records EnrbraoeO M Bishop W D Luce 110 p mWhattho Pupil may Ex pect of the TexioiierR E Fuqua E E Rhoads 200 p m Itow to PKj are a Les son for Teaching Birch Shields J L BnvuY 220 p mThe Responsibility cf tho Church fort Teasers and Equip mentA B Gardner F D Baugihn 240 v mnhe Lessons tier 1900 Jas T CaEcbler All persons on tho above program have not been seen so the first pain ed for each subject will be expected theJlnttcrare present Or xx act aa aftcrifeto if uec Eaify OlfSHULTZ N F JONES EiV EOUD i dd b4 I 6 idea I j NOticer j I I wish to qxjlifo B mj sincere thanks to our friends Und neighbors wo as- sistedgs to very muoii in the recent iilneBS of my life JA DUFF 1 I GUNS GUNS i ptaVe Just Sec vfd a Large Lino of Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns wvAmmunitlon Shells Etc fine l- yiatyou Io ccalh and- see tlle largest and best line oTf Shot auna tTerln HartforPrls pe JOW 1A fv P- uit S CARSON V- lfGroceryman wtiHelf rd XY r GettingReadyforGhr tmas What to give is the question that confronts us and oftentimes we make mistakes by not giving the question at tention until the last minute then blind Ily buying the first thing we come to probablyIhadThe Home Journal or Satur day Evening Post for one year thus they will be a pleasant reminder every week or month We are special au thorizedagents We have some special nice Table Linens just received which make nice presents Wunnorhase HosieryTheat 150 per box 6 pairs Guaranteed for 6 months and the new Wunderhose for children 4 pairs 100 guaranteed 3 months Patronize the store that is looking to your interests that i- sBarnard Co Hertford Kentucky Theres only room at the top for oneWERE IT We are the leaders in Haberdashery and the best of everything is here This store stands ready at your elbow fi with full supplies for I dressing in good form It keeps its customers in touch with the freshest New York fashions Just the correct ideas in Collars and Cuffs the swellest elegance in fi Neckwear the right shades in Gloves Half Hose from France goodsfie one o gentlemans store fi We sell cheaply superiority in quality not mean an extra price This is your store Gentlemen for late ideask Carson CoINCORPORATED CLOTHIERS AND HABERDASHERS IIIb1 I t r F ti 10 is Yii c J in rF 1- v If 1 2JMb 1rJO f l ftT mIiIUNr r r t 1yAST TEI 1 Not it teDays of Pharoati list InTIt Sumleer of 1770 articleThe folloWing was signed G 1 o and WaS published in 1883 July 28 ill the Saturday Night In the Bummer of 1770 an astonish lug multitude of worms ot uncommon size and dlsUnctlvenESs passed throug a section of the Connecticut River Valley overspreading to a great breedtht- 1i Whole surface of the ground destroying the luxuriant fields of whea- and corn leatlug desolation behin them Ibls army of worms seems to have nnmenced as far North II Lancaster N H and extended their ravages afar s down as NorthUeld Muss on both sides of the river They began to appear the latre par of July and continued their ravages until September The inhabitants stya them the Northern Army They wer- muititudlous almt6t beyond Imaglna- tlon Whole pastures were so covered that no one could put down his finger In a tinge spot without touching a worm blare than ten bushel were- seen in a single heap They were unlike anything the pres ent generation has ever seen They were dlffernt size but In their ma turity were as long as II mans finger and proportionally large In circumfer ence There was a stripe along the back like black velvet on each side a yellow stripe from end to end and the rest of the body was brown they appeared to be In great haste except when they halted to devour their food In their right onward mare they would go up the sIde ot a house and over It Is such a complete colon that nothing ot boards of shingles coal be seen or If any door or window on the side which the appruocbed hap pneed to be open they would enter and flU the houses of tile inhabitants as did the hogs of Egypt They did not take hold of the pump kin vines peas potatoes or flax but wheat and corn they devoured with the aUDost greediness In the wheatfield their prlnclhel aim was to secure we heads tilled wIth juicy kernel To prevent this men woud draw r the rope as they termed Itthat Is two men would take I rope one rt each end and pulling from each other till It was nearly strafghtened they would pass along their wIleatflelds and brush oft the worms from theIr stalks and by often so doing retarded somewhat tIle work of the destroyers but found the effort of no ultimate Im portaDIThere were ftelda of torn on the 1 meadows in Haverhil aid Newberg- Vt star ding so tIk lsrgo and tall that In some Instr yes t WI I dlfii I cult to see n man standng In tie tiel at the dstnnce of one rod but Ur ten days from tile first tl111Jearnce of the I i Northern Army of that corn uothhg remained but Vie naked ttalkliien dug ditches around their fields one foot and a half deep hoping this I might prove a defense but the worms soon filled tie ditcher and tile million that were in tho tear went over k UleI backs or their fellows In the and took possession of the Interdicted I food Every expedient was refortedtI by the lnhnbltants to crUl or n some way detroy terinvaders Jut all In vain ddlettLieI 1The fields of wrhoat ad entirely destroyed pots r gTIIt1cropstame somehow continued to live I t tbelwherethe carcass of a worm was to be seen I 4In just eleven years Iferwul f 1781 the a tale kind of worm nllearll 3again and the tears of the ptolJe were much excited but trey were comparatively few in number and bUT bad la the course of over one mndre and eleven years no euecessors The Nation Needs Love y it I were the nation Santa Clans I would on my trip across the world E on Christmas Eve 1908 drop taco eve heart the gift of the spirit of giving says Elzabeth N Phl1l1pe President the Phtadelphta Santa Claus AUlocJa ton In the Delineator I would VIsit each home where love and affection lies- a grown told and kindle the fires anew I vlou dsce that every orphan bad not only a pair of shoes to warm his little feet but nlove that might take i the place of a matters love to wane his little Leart I would see tlllt h- llad e not only f coat to ptottct b1 cal from the winters cold hut a shelter log arm that wltt take tcd lace of t e4 tckoughtless Were I tie 1 ratbk SxntrrCIau the spirit ot giving W hd exist 111 everY heart evorydty and here woX- betto d desLree IC gnter fe eq d power no emplh yei idtng down th wages of GIs elnployrdfaofubic oft rldl urL g Is trust f5f rtte rab h e ud ao rellgloJ creeds sad doctrhw r4neaAattetptAtedYOkrtetawerc s Do uyv hie moi 1 Then feed- And my jJ1IiI so It It were In my power to give I would leave not only In every city street and home butts evsry heart a living 10vtngsnta Claus and the world woud awaken on Its Christmas day In paradise With love Ius king rThorghts ByUIC1e Toby Poverty is the devils best grabbook When debt Increase the devil laughs postehon the road that goes hill Get you a borne Patriotism down t thrive In boarding houses thedworser be That religion Is best that teaches man to be best Good people so dom mention it toi others Some people dont get along well In life because they are backward about coming forward Some men have only one idea and wrongeThe woman dresses best Is usually hated most by other women In New York CIty the Ice Trust froze out all competition It you happen to make a mistake anti call It the teal trust Just let It go Report says the walking shoe Is hnv lug a good run A man never feels right when he gets left Lying Is an art which the politician has almost reduced to a science If the tax dodgers were aU in jaU well we would soon build the jails with the taxes dodge The one that has theblggest nose not aLways knows the most The sweetest face often hides n bad disposItionThe man is quite often found riding on the water wagon Good looks are fleeting and of but few years but good theuughts live for ever There fa some good 1n everybody so dont despair of humanity When a farmer gets It Into his nag gin good that the farmers properly organized can fight the world the flesh and the devil he will enjoy more of the good things otthls life than he roost ever did But he must organize first and educate Now that the problem of deep wat er navigation Is In court It Js II good time tar the farmers to push theIr claims for national old for good wagon roads If the spending of 500000000 In Improving the rivers of our country will save 180000000 In transportao tion as In claimed the same spent on the wagon roads will save twice that much Boy ChOkeS in Tall Jar Ashland ICy Dec 4Mrs Nevin Dlelwc Will rorr11ed Thursday to dls cover Jcr tYreayearold boy slowly being strangled to denth In nn 1m mente Jlr of blackberry jam much taller tat tlwe child which had been placed In a perlitlea between an oM andIto the other stepped into the jar and Immediately sank TcJ am was a good deal like qufckexnd allowing the Utlll fellow to disappear gradually At first lie was nut at at frighten ad but ate jam with IJotlJ Jandsemcnr lag It over his face and clothing The sticky substance crept up farther headIHis mother Sind Ieen working In another part of the house and the IdiJlds criES were nt first unheard When she fInally did hear the lit tie fellow was w nearly exhausted that to could barely whisper Af tlr considerable effort she succeed ed In llboratIng him and cleansed the jam from his clothing She has de cided that hereafter receptacles and hide it higher U1J on closet shelves Fought With a Hat Pty Hastings Mich Dec 3With a hatpin asa weapon Mrs Edward Wlalt the young wife of a mall clerk oRthis city freed herself from the chit dIes ota man who had CAught her and was carrying her toward the city hark near her home Mrs Walt had left her home to at tend tC lecture Her route carried her by the lonely park I lun lucky to moot you the etran ger said stepping out of I dart place He put a band over her mouth tMrs Writ Jg sligtit1y built and the man was large and powerful He pick ed her up bodily Tie young woman pulled n large lntlin from her hat Trqn with allfl ler strength she drov ItlIto the mans side Rakentorppi telyl y urprlse the fet 1 g l a stvlP drorPed too ycuig woman u1 took to Is heef- I Walt i urried toher bo two blottks distant andte fainted r y H rS 4 eC I A ltatrlal Nr T Solomon te1waa fa the lcXeaa county woods along tJitreadref po tato creek fearing s sofse to a ilttte hollow off to one side of the path he- atoe up andpeered through iMeeur ell Three bears were pawing is the leaves after beechnuts one large bear and two smaller ones cubset last spring Lee Roy hall no gun sd he contended himself with watdHag the bearsSome one bad been chop ping corslwoodwhere the bias were beechnutUng and one tree had ta1enasa1nt another and lodged held In a leaning by a small limb WhIle Le Roy su watch Ing the bears one of the cube clamber on the leaning tree Its weight broko the limb that sustained the tree and the tree fof to the ground The big bear was pawing directly under dt and the heavy trunk fell across its back crushing it to the ground The cub that had tumbled with the tree gathered itself up and dashed away through the laurels rapidly followed by the other ub The old bear gave a bowl and a whine of pain and when Le Roy hurried down to the spot he found a dead bear The weight of the tree had broken the bears neck- Obtaining help Le Roy chopped the bear out of the natural trap that had killed It ands got It home It was nearly a 3oopound being In prime condt- tion both In flesh and fur The two cubs have not been seen sinceSelect ed A Healthy Family Our whoe family has enjoYed good health since we began using Dr Kings New Life Pills three years ago says L A DarUet of RuralRoute 1 Gullford Maine rrhey cleanse and tone the In n gentle way that drogIglsta Coyote Aganst Rabbit I have been ranching on an Island for more than a quarter of 0 century There are no carnivorous wit animals on my island but the coyote wolf and I could get rid of him In a very short time and atvery little expense but If I did the rabbit would soon put me out of business I have experimented along these lines and know what Im talking about and I declare bore and now tbat In my opinion the carnivorous wild animas of Texas save the farmers and stock raisers hundredsof millions of dollars by keeping the rob bit In checkHoutson Post Always Keep a Bottle In the House About ten days before ChrIstmas I got my hand hurt so badly that I hail to stop work right In the busy time of the year says MrMlltonWheeler tolIme ment and that would do tits work Th Liniment cured my hand and I gladly recommend It to everyone Mr J E Matthews proprietor of St James iota Corning Ark says My finger was greatly Inflamed fro a fish sting and doctors pronounced it blood poIsoning I used several allcnllt10ns of Sloaus Llulment aid It cured me all right I will always keel- n bottle or Sloans Lnhneut in lay house I sir J P Evans of lilt Airy Ga For + eIH tlaysAftK 1ttW tf8rJeefplats wIgtlreNAAttisgt I tke4 lilosns- Llnlregq tzrd wsa exted xl pad- Nell and glsdhWayr ha eat Nees- troubed wtth rJreutnattent since Ml- yby was badly IIwoleutlO hip to- my knet Onehalta bottle took the pain arid skelNog out St Peter and The WIiewer Bernard Robbins head ot the legal department of New York Court of Teats hie charity helpsi U1ep to adjust their marItal troubles with out other day to a newspaperman Such work tmine makes yqu if you are not careful peseimiatlo about marriage sothat you find yourself tel Hag grimly over and over again the story about St Peter and the Widower What You dont know the 6tory Well It seems that two souls approach edSt Pieteraide by side and the youn Or was repulsed sterenly by the saint on the ground that since he had never been married be had never known suffering The older man advanced With glad confidence He stated that he bad been marrIed twice nut he too the saint repulsed say ingThis Is no place for fools Babe Ossified New YOrk Dec 4Physfclane are Interested in tbe case of n MX weeks old baby boy who Is undergoing ossifi cotton of the face arms and legs at Mt Sinai Hospital The childs grue some malady beCame evident it Is said less than a week niter birth beginlng at the feet nndi moving gradually upward S The frightened mother hurrld- ly 7 took It to the hospital where every effort has been made to check the spread of ossification Remedies used In German hospitals have been resorted to and tome hope Is entertained for the little victims disfigurementland moral as any other baby It is registered at the hospital as Benjamin Gordon The parents whose names are not given reside In Harlem Paying Elction Bets Ftnrlay Ohio Dee 7Twentynlne years Is a long time In which to pay n bet but thus Just been accompJ lflled by John S Bali one of the leadIng cltlzens of this city That many years ago Mr RuM made n political bet with a Rlchwood man The loser was not to comb his hair In 29 years Mr RIth1 faithfully fol lowed out the provlslots of his bet and a comb hRS not seen his hair In that length of time Wilen his hair needed a combing be simply would run his fingers through It us a result us hair stnads on erd like quills upon the fret fui porcupine He likes It so well that he doubts whether lie all ever have any use for a comb A Reliable Remedy OTARRHElys Is quick I absorbed GIr Relle st Once soothesheals th diebrane sea itgf Catarrh and drives away sCold In the Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and SmelL Full size LiquidCreanEly Brothers 68 Warren Street New York Paint 100 Per Cent Pure Ebersons LcadZmc and Asbestos 160 per cent pure and the exact proportion of doubly ground in pure linseed pure colors and driers make Good Paint Ready mixed and formula on every can The Eberson Paint Co Sole Manufacturers St Louis Baltimore Toledo Seattle New Orleans Z WAYNE GRIFFIN BRO Agents Hartford Ky A 4000 Shorthand Contest The greatest contest the has ever known and CHARTER students finished 17 words AHEAD of all others proving to be the IREATES WRITERS in the U S The fourth week yords a minute new matter the eighth weekpmvedeuftxII9til Service examination and at tho close wrote frtJn 18to200 words a minqoo newspaper111a ter andread thei dotes like print Twelve weeks is the time graduatewith his modern system Enroll nowlearn the bust Shorthand Bookkeeping and Short gpts in figuring Positiops gUar n teed Day and niglatsessio- nsCLARKS SCHOOL Or BUSINESS 937 and 1025FourthAye lo isvUeKY SURE CURE AUDi STOMACH LIVER aKIDNEI Becoming IcklMtandCe frrllsad DIIsslam1S r- tf uiJ rCb9 u Ctvt r l1 19 3lktiead- tteiAn Ju1je rq Atttlkrewi MMiA- 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Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday everyrhrday SundayInRev Boyars Pastor ChrlsUon Churentlervlcea every fOuru Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crape J S Glenn W R TinsteyC K- Darnett MayorCuser RoE I Htmmermpn C Y Bar GriffinUookerdECRET tiOCIJJTlES Hartford Lodge No G75 F A Masons meets tint Monday night la eacp JI1bolJUUl everthirdn Riley High trleat Roscoe Repoor SecretaryRough River Lodge No 110 Knlghl of Pythlu meets every Tuesday night D Walker C C n c Porter K of It and S- Hertford Tent No 89 K O T 11 Pxeownord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O TMMeets first Friday evening and third lInEkeeperPreston Morton Post No4 G A n holds regular meetings Saturday bear the first Sunday In each month FIPorter Commander It A Anderrt Adjt Ohio Tribe No Ifs Imp Order Rod Men meets second and fourth Wedner day nights In each mOnth Isaac Foster ley Sachem J Ney Foster Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 839 I O O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 G D Likens N G O MShultz Secretary OFICIAL ROPER American Society of Equity of National Officers C AL BARNETT Pres Hartford Ky L N STATTS VicePros Trenton Ill O D PAULEY See Treu Indiana polls State Officers J C CANTRILL Pres GeorgetownK- tS D ROBERTSON See Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S 1 STEVENS Pros Beaver Dam KyOAL P OWN Treas Hartford Ky- CQ E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky The S f taodQliick est Wy to a Transfer Money IS BYILONG mSlAMCETELlPHUI For RatsApplytelAoal Mar C iuberlaad Tel ITB160 rooaroIU1II P in r u011dj10tDdI c V t r i 1 i rbiM hale CwMh ghr r r tbu lIe i 5 eont 1 t j It i r r Y tk- xaefae Y r u dEBMif s- x 4ET A3MiTHter at ATOEY iAT LAw HARTFORD KY ilt LI ipraoUcathelr profession to all the eods of Ohio atrd adjoining coon 1 Uand Court or Appear Special at tintlon glPen toallWaitsentrustedt- etheL care ColkbtleaaahtthvPrao LawSpIa FR NK LIFELIX Atto nY it4 W HARTFORD i tICYv Will practice h prfeeion ln Ohio and adjoining cotlntleiee44 ii theelinof Appeals etiii aol IectIps Specla1fpttfce itJWi ier aid t- O r Ai ROWS L 5 9HART9RDI f JtY will practice hiaprofesionin aU the course of Ohio and adjoining counties SpectaIattenUonto collection Office in old Republlcaa ibuilding on Center street JNO B WILSON ATTORNEX AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collection making abstract 4c also Notary Pub110 for Ohio county Office north aide public squareR WEDDI1 a Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pensions toAlsoIftlce over WJlIJarnl Drug Store 1d LHLAVRIN PUNPWVVOODWAnt HEAVRIN WOO YARD w ccr feya Q aqua t HARTFORD KY Will practice their brofeuion iD- aU the coqrtaof Ohio and- Court of Appeal Special alteration glv Qffleav t YANCY L MOSLEM ATTORNEX AT 44AWH- ARTFO Je KY Will pracuchlfpf Courts of Ohio and aiijolninggonniles nd In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Pnbllo Office over IF ntNaUonaJ Bank Iw W B BARNES 8 AI ANDERSOI BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY V The undersigned announce that they have formed a partner hlp or the practice of Law In all courts State and Federal with offices south side of Main HartfordKyaffecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES s A ANDERSON f 90UREDIDongN i =eI al as14C- OteTk = e Aft COUNTRIES JJuIu ilirNI with Wi saws tlwi Aeparraa1ateAt Hia Gtlalrelr koeoamek ore Aw w t s trsiAii sofa rwu 0WSHINATdN D C t r KILLmE DOUGH i UMCA JIWr Fan C8 IMML4T oz 1ROlIft vlJD- vI Ii f b AN a I T ilrW1lsireY ygaMai t apeue1 fllAt 1ha411011e1Of OI r tg k JJIoMODJroIIWiWHIIW4 TO I 4r i f Jv4sr w1 I J rl Jj Pm 1CGq- iItlrte Ctaloas Way Rsrn Falls In- IiNl kU i a t- Ar EAPLEXING SPECTACLE Downpour HIf a Mile Away That Threaten to Drench You Every Mop mint but Never Arrive A Riot of- rokenUp Rainbows tnth ValllY The most perplexing thing about Hawatls climate to the new arrival U the matter ot ratnfalit You begin to experience this perplexity before you havo +et foot on the dock at Hono lulu when Qou consult anxiously with your fe11o P trtvelera as to the advlsa butt of digging out an umbrella or- ratnproof before you go ashore The cbancee are tliatyou arC all convinced cloudslhtaut scenery from view and the few drops pf rain which the fresh shore breeze dashes In your face like flash Inlt Jewels torn from that bit of rain bow are warnings too plain to be Ig nored and you prepare accordingly for the downpour which seems Imminent You observe with some surprise that none of the wearers of the dainty coso tumos you pass on the street appear to be In the least perturbed by the possibility of getting caught In the Impend Ing shower until atter awhile It dawns on you that the storm keeps right on Impendlnlfanc nothing more As you ride to u street car along the flashing seabeach vivid with color ot break Ing surf and of flowers In trees and hedges along the way the sunshine never appeared so brilliant But oft to the left In a beautiful little valley tucked lIke ndeel pocket In the moun talus and seemingly scarcely half a nine away there cnn be no doubt of tact that I good heavy rain Is taU tho The sunlight strIking through tht lalllng drops fills the valley with glory of broken up ralnbowsn rIot of color that causes one to gasp and xcJal111 In ndmlrntlon There can bo no doubt that the rain we have seen fall ngjls real and that It Js as near as ib- eeemfotho vlfd now and then ar- rIcs refreshing dashes of It Into the pen car causing a few Qf the possen- gerato change their seats to the oppo perfectlyoveriminuted Iatelwe leave the carat Iho foot of p great jagged pile of volcanIc rick that marks the vent of 4 pehlstorie volcano and the red base and sides which support a stunted mOSJultelIke growth and a few cacti look as though they hadnt had a good showerfor six months And they prob ably havent In time ono learns that Hawaiis climate Is purely a matter of locality that the report of the rainfall for any t given time published by the United States weather bureau does not mean for every place In the terrItory nor for the island ot Oahu nor even for the cIty of Honolulu but only for the place whore the rain gauge stands It would not be true for a place halt or threequarters of I mile away Ono learns that he may live In Honolulu under very different conditions as to precipitation according to location In some ot the valleys rain falls practically every day of the year and varies In amount it different parts of the t same valley which may be only a mUll or two long There are other sections iq w icb the splendid lawns and bow era of green foliage which surround beAutiful homes are only possihlo through constant irrigation And there are to ho found almost every degree of moisture between these extremes Like everywhere else one finds people of every turn of mind In Honolulu as to the most desirable places In which to live In sections where the rainfall may amount to two or three hundred Inches per year vegetation t1o most luxuriantly and wJUi a minimum of atsgntlon There lit Jlq an absence of humid feeling In the a hero or disagreeable dampness a 11 whichone usually associates with much rainfall This 18 accounted for by the fact that the rain comes In akowerstof which a dozen or more may come In a day and may occur vihile the sun 1s shining brightly while the tfever falling trade wInds and a soil dry the utace- mbsturp withina fer mloute after a shower has passed The heaviest pre clpltaUoa also usually occurs at night t- In the drysectlonerIf one baaplenty- of water with which to Irrigate and Honolulu hal s splendid system of wa terivorkwth ample supplj one may mprp easily Control whaQ he would grow and at the game time the lacenvenlence ot oft occuring show er eae 1tMpagtalua roostbeautl ful residence dlatrlcts as W Utbebeautiful Iapiolani park one ot the- l8eet i uUtJtUroptcalgardna1a she- 4wotldt wag originally batten sand plaint practically devoid Qf vegetp- NtloaM et ctftlibUgkt 4o bellrprt isd4- The dtaiicterril pug led be r as old resident refer to the pl ln when speaking of sction of the city Ice wl11ck are located some ot the rose magalEMiDtftrtiteS and beauittul territoryTlii tJth wk 1Ye ltediaci la t Ptattdue- ttetileiratieu tlvvto KsAUfatdlverrlfcilceVtib tT el l1iiaktye wortaileckingoaly ex fieltl fror1 7t grrr r J 1 The sass whb sole a terIsph tori Peiley like 8 wb eolyd- ershe1Itk UllllWbttorlI1t g tIt f 7 + 1- Fii i H 1t Yo j 1- I r l IOUNDINtr THE iNFJNIt ii a yyP yLria syw yr6M- Ars the In 7pass- Wltii3kLlmit floW manyptArs It ld hOt known but moat aetronomers believe- tkreNumber is tun The kr gument18 that with lea lnfulte universe of stars the heayenll would be one uniform blaze of light The more distant stars see touri dimmer some are too tar away to affect the hated eye at all but no matter how slight the units an Inftnlt number of them would produce the effect described As there 18 no uniformly blazipg sky the number of stars though possibly lmmon ely great must bo limited This nrsument Is supplemented In n recent astronomical pripefbya similAr one drawn from gravItation Every star no matter how distort exercises Its own power Of attraction on every other heavenly body Including our earthhflowerer as the earths center tfarther away from the attracting body than Its suMaco Is particles on the earths surface are attracted with greater force than those at the center and the practical result Is to lessen the force with which the earths mass Is held together Now It the number of stars Is infinite this decrease would bes great that weight on the earth would practically cease to exist Moreover the sums conditions would prevail every where throughout a boundless universe and probably nil masses would be disrupted That this result does not oc cur Is a proof wo are told that the number of heavenly bodies In existence Is not tnnnite These argumentS make certain as Bumptious that map or may not bt granted they cnn neither bo proved nor disproved The argument from light ns- sumes that light waves are tnSmlt ted through space without loss that from gravitation assumes that tho same tiring Is true for gravitational attraction S- If light or gravitation Is absorbed or lost lu some way when passing trom star to star number ot stars maybe Infinite after nU At Its best the speculation le nwre curious than con dusivo hlcogp I e ortllIcrlld STRENGTH OF AN EAGLE Wonderful Power In the Birds Claws and Leg WtlloI cannot give any positive proof of how much a baM eagle can carry I should suppose declares a wrIter In Forest and Stream that he could carry at least as much In pro portion to his wet 1tt as a hawk or J1 horned owl I have the recorded weight ot a male bald eagle weighing nine and a quarter pounds and a female weIghing twelve pounds A horned wl wIll weigh from tour to five pounds and I have several times known onoe to carry ort a large house cat One cot was very large and the owner told me he could hear tho cat cry as ho was being carried off Now any ono who wilt weigh 11 largo house cat will find It to weigh at least ten pounds I have seen a goshawk carry oft a- hen fully twice Its own weight and I have token from a marsh hawk a very large chicken which would weigh more than twIce what the hawk would The marsh hawk Is one ot our weak est hawks but ho had carried this chicken over a quarter of n mile Diy belief Is that If a hawk or horned owl can CArry moro than twice Its weight and I know positively that they can then as eagle could It occasion required do as much In proportion to his weight which would be to carry eighteen or twenty pounds Once when an eagle shot through the body with a rifle ball lay on his back I up ended a long road skid and dropped It on him Before It reached him ho stretched up and caught It In his claws and held It the length of his legs above him I walked up on the skid and stood above him and he eaBUt held me and the skid which I should judge would weigh moro than twenty pounds I took pains to loo weighed the acme day and weighed 119 pounds Put a sUck In the claw of wounded eagle and let him grasp a small tree with the other and a man must ho stronger than I over was to take the stick from him- TheCII of Egypt Egypt calls even across the space or the world and acmes the space of the world ho woo knows It 1J ready to come obedient to Its summons because- n thrall to the eternal fascination of- fhe I of send and ruIns and gold the land of thd charmed serpent the lead of the tterglow that mat lade away from the sky above the noun fads of Libya but that fades never from the memoryot one who bas serif itftethe base ofaome greatt column or the top ofpo pe mighty pTonl the and t aa epeh=woadertnl beau tltul EgyptRobert Hl henslnCent- ury tome atlrla llonn That Mrs Hew11gieTd say that Jf a- bucgiaC n o e Into the boner hr91 get In In apiteof everything you tnkeep hie cwt Then what le tied aria of yohrtakingso much pains W fasten aU the doors and windows JlrttaIjU= want o give him all- the trouble I Jr can blame him- iChfcagoTrlbune TheM Or Girls Jl ud0 k6yJack btie proposed- to 10UI dont believe 1tIl MidI wFa theonlywoman yhe ever loved lCtltelYea dearcbat hedldst ctalid- sae I t call Jh sagelaln r tf i t tN aiat3 ivadrerored machdecelve aoGtkiblt ytliaiiarei ti rI r I f f 1 A RNONgKO TiNo Doer and Windowl Smashed lit ly- ItthFufj of the Sal lJo f Boom The signal- had changed tb tb ominous red green redend the three dynamite bombs were the warning that the typhoon was upon us No need to hurry the servants now e1Ory one was only too anxious to assist The Kind was tearing round the house seemingly In all directions but strong Ocsttrom the north and the noise of It was louder than thunder One out side room more exposed than the rest seemed to be Its especIal butt Wo stayed there for a moment to listen to the raging of the storm but even the stoutest heart could not sleep In that pandemonium of sound It was well shuttered and barred but It was In credible that It stood In that tornado of wind The doors creaked and groaned with the sUllln and the Win down clattered with a shr111er note while outside It seemed as though aU the winds of all the ages were let loose for destruction In the center of the house though the noise was less one could feel the building rock- Ing on Its foundations and hardly dared speculate how much the into heavy rains had weakened them Ev cry moment wo expected the root would go- Crash I The upper part of nn inner glass door had blown In There was a stampede for that part ot the house for the wInd must be kept out at all costs Sofa cushions sheets blankets from the beds aU were requisitioned to stuff the broken panes Wo had hardly finished before there was a ter rifle noise In the basement and such a shouting In Chinese that ono could hear the boys above the din ot thee storm It was the door of the cooks room which had burst Its hinges and bolts and once the wind had found an entry It mndo the most of Its opportunity twentyseven panes of glass clattered to the ground In the base went before they could get the door wedged back Into place with great difficulty Rut there was little time to think ot the servnnts for we had our own troubles upstairs The wind sUllllenly veered round un tIl the full force seemed to bo coming from trio southwest and the front ot the house began to feel It The hall door was straining on Its hinges and- we had to Improvise struts and pile heavy furniture behind It to help Its resistance to the wInd Then a rush upstairs for a llathrobm wIndow had crushed in and the door wad straining Every moment the wInd was IncrensI ingiu tU1 but the roof tween 3 and 4 the typhoon was at Its hcght and It Is Impossible tq tie scribe the sense ot helplessness one feels In such a ivlld raging of the ele ments Sleep was out ot the question until the wind abated toward morning and we rested n little a tired sorry looking household encamped In the safest part of the houseNon Peacock In Leslles WeeklyIGAMBLING SYSTEMS The Chances Are Always Vastly Against the Player Just a word about systems of pm bung followed by various players Their namo Is legionsome plausible some ridiculous some based on elaborate calculations some giving wonderful results on paper and aU tailing woefully nt the tables After fifteen years of experience at Monte Carlo writes a newspaper cor respondent costing a sum I should be ashamed to name after a thorough In vestlgatlon ot more than 400 different systems and progressions after hav- Ing employed a mathematicIan I can say with certainty that It Is absolutely Impossible for any system to wIn at Monte Carlo Sir Hiram Maxim is wrong when he says the chances are ten to one against the player I say they area hundred to one against the playerThis Is rather on overstatement for a few players do wIn by luck not by system or by a system based on luck as when a man backs the number of his hotel room or a woman backs her ago Perhaps 2 or 3 per clint of the players win occasionally and the rest lose not only because of the banks percentage and the restraIning maxi mum but because this is a struggle between a man and a machinea man with nerves and emotions a machine with no nerves and no emotions Let the system bo over so perfect the gam bIer with strength ot will to follow It has not yet been born It he had such strength of will he would not be a gamblerClneland Moffett In Success MagazIne Rather Ambiguous When Weber and Fields were playing togethor a couple of husky western visitors seeing New York for the first time dropped into the Wober field Museum of drama to io the show Which Weber Ddwblch1a Fields askd one o forgot what a programmeM foriDerned It I know rpled the otli ftBut whlcherer is which Idratb er be the other oneBobemlan Meg azlne Missed The corJII bearrvou are reeetvtng attentions from Yes i1I think J1e wquld proporay- 1f tcould g u u la parlor aid eotbf rb PiU91 for a littleslow Clt7 Journal- WpaqlIrul EfiQt wonclerta11hat RuwwheaIfcbaldhteak ttilJter jIi Jt 1 fJI it + foa t i f flowMyrn Reid Won HI Prise ScalpEenterswon a bride fl was thkty years old when he met adamsel of thirteen with whom be at one fell In love The child took no notlco of him but ho taTe her the story to read Two years later the young lady was at a publIc meeting where Captain Reid spoke ou behalf of the Polish refugeean electric thrill seemed to pass through mo as he entered the room she said afterward and when the meeting was over she went up to him I leave for London on the next truth he said bur rledly Please send mo your ad dress I do not know where she replied with some embarrassment He instantly handed out his card and was gone A formal little note followed Dear Captain ReidAs you asked mo to send you my atidress I do so D1 return pf post came the answer Only say that you love me and I will be with you at once arid then the reply I think I do love you Whittier Applause Ip his declining years the poet Whit tier was extremely absentminded He attended R church meeting where there were a largo number of persons As his presence was known It was deemed fitting by one otthe speakers to quote the poets lines I know not where his islands lift Their tronded palms In air I only know I cannot drift Beyond his love and care Great applause greeted the quotation and Whittler was noticed to join In the handelapplng I suppose I must have had my mind on something else I bad no recollection of having written the verse he said apologetically when his attention was called to the author sWpDoston Post Legal Fiction Says Sir Henry Maine In his Ancient Law A legal fiction Is the as sumptlon which conceals or affects to conceal the tact that a rule of low has undergone alteration Its letter remain- Ing unclianged while Its operation has I been modified The tact Is that the law has boon changed the fiction Is that It romolns what It always was Uncle Billy Entertained 76 Widows Portland Ore Dee 2W C Drown known In Ue little town of Dallas pre as Uncle Billy entertained 76 widows at a banquet today The number Included all the widows in his town and tie immediate vicinity It was strIctly au avitatlon affair and It any were omitted It was by Inaderta- noo Uncle Dilly Is a widower and Is looking for a wife He Is 84 years old today and celebrated the event by inviting those whom he thought possible candidates for that position The oldest ot his guests was nand the youngest 25 He presided at the banquet and called upon many ot the guests for toasts Put Up the Sword I have sung of the soldiers glory As I never ahall sing again I have gazed on the shambles gory I have smelled of the slaughter pen There Is blood In the inkwell clotted There are stains on the aurel leaf And the pages of fame are blotted With the tears of a needless grIef The bird is slaughtered for fashion And the beast Is killed for Spolt And never the word compassion Is whispered at Moochs court For the parent seal in the water Is slain and her child must die That some sister or wife or daughter Her beauty may beautify And the merciful thought wo smother FQr such Is the way ot man As we murder the useless mother For the unborn astrakhans nut a season ot rest comes never For the rarest sport ot all Will His patience endure forever Who noteth the sparrows fall When the volleys ot hell are sweeping The sea and the battle plain Do you think our God is sleeping And never to wake again James Jeffrey Roche S t S CASTORIAFor hautaucl Children n Kid Yu Have Always eight Dears the- 6igaattpe of- Postmasters 4 Put Under Civil Service Washington Dee 7Ali fourth class postmastera fn atatgs east of the hits ahlpptriver andnorth of the Ohio river were today ilaced In the clasel fled service byexecuUve order bt Pretd dent Roosevelt Hereafter in appointment to fourth olasatlost + masters tl those States most undergo civil services exainln Zion Posms8teril slaw holding office need not take examinations More than fUte4n thousand fourth class yostm attire In fourteen State are effected b the orrr It le stated thatI Pre1dent order WH the w glnlaingof a policy teeveatnally In elude all where the alarY 1s lees thah1000 in the classifieds- orviCe I Coo J Yt J 1 rI o ttt t t I 1 THE KENTUCKY i Light and Power Cot INCORPORATED I iHEALTHY OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEN WHEN IN REACH I E G BAR PASS Manager t itlltfWINTEDA RIDER AGENT r aremaWuhiptoandputkeep the bicycle Iblp It back to us at our expense tndywrwiiarl dual mil t FACTORY PRICESWe lumish the highest grade b It Is possible to make mall profit above actual factory cost You save 0 guaranteeadoIrkswhen you receive our beautiful catalogue ant uwsdraiIlompniawecanmakeUrn any other factoWe are satisaed withroo profit above factory cost IUYUL Den can sell our bicycles under your own name plate atdoobie our prices filled the day received butaltat prices ranging from 83 to 85 or 81 o bargain lists mailed Iree COASTER RRAKESstn wheels imported roper chairs and repts and of all IUDda 5 o HEDGETHORNaPUNCTUREPROO- F 8 0 SELI HEALIMG TIRESTOINTRODucEO NLr n7br rrprdar rrwrl prru ollatselrruS- SO prpair hi titlroduu we will seilyoaasamplepairlor SI801 wnlhorderf1d5 NO MORETROMRLE FROM PMNCTIRES NAILS Tacks or Glass will not let the air out thousand pain soleS last year Over two hundred thousand pairs now In use DESCRIPTION Madelnall sizes Itis livey- d as Iftw duraDleandllnedinsbdewlthan e y- aspedat qualtyo i tnbberwhlehneverbecoma I treadInglhealrtoeaape IIupotherbytread J nmlNoaeSvertlslngpurpotCll we re maklog apeesIfactory price toEASYthe rider of only 480 per pair All orders shipped same day letter It received We ship C0 D on approval You ilo not a s cent until you hue examined and found them strictly as represented We allow a dllOOuo of 5 r cent thereby making the price 455 per pair if you send FULL CAS II WIThI ORDER and enclose thla advertisement We will also send one nickel plated brass baud pump Tires to be returned at OUR expense If for anJreaaon the are not aatlsfactory on eumlnatlon We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as as a bank you order a pair ot these tires you will and that they side easier run faster wear better list longer look liner than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will be s well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will rive w your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable Ure offer dont buy ny klDc1at any price until you send andriaatiF YOU NEED TIRES Jledgetborll PunctureProof tlrea on approval the ledaI fntroc1lJCtory price quoted aboft1or write for our blar Tire aoeS Sundry Catalogue wblch deaaibcs and alt makel and 01 at bout half the usual bicycleDOoffers we are making Itonly costs a postal to learn everything Write It NOW p 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 11Worldwide Worldwide use has made it so The Smith Premier YYPBwritBf Go r tJ Qorpora oct 821 Pine St ST LOUIS MO rNIUffh1f 11 1Ii0talal iIQ Ilbae bsM 11is ELs A iIalJmtaa yau straw dJe clwtr TMwti- tMtswliL fe t W- tNeafRrra vanalelill a11 TO PILUI I1ft 1aPU a sMus1 IiiiwifttL rfw1 IIYNiHT Jio Anyone la4lna IbUII sad delertlltlea 111 n qub r as Invent is probably lit asanla- lintrrtaidgrootasyebtg OD patents tIt noeanyprpYt lIoCk wltboaObIllCio fA e- SdtkJ1m1l18111eAea- ndeom4lySlagh I aiMWeekly ek u ntlafoua erw4 gg a tba1L 8ol4by nwsdeNn i 1ii 881 wYhtngloaAOrk B OIBoe T ILe 4 i 0 isA t t rM r 7iiVtf q t- tBAS ERALL ON DJR I t If slJrHEttERCUlES OF THE GAMSn III1 Marvelous rut of Pluck 5trengtlt- t4 and Endurance That Won the Piri nant For providence In 1884Aft c f rd In GameiVonJ f n Pitchers may como and pltcberamny- o but tho nareot Old floss Itu1- ollrnoJ goes on forever I have talked bo many great ball plaJcrs who Base lwontcd to the thofact that baseball fame Is so ephCiioral that It was not viortb time gaining andwbUo no doulltt this Is In a great moasure true thexo- IS one pitcher tho has left a name that promises to roll on fr many many years Each year hundreds ot pitchers Claim attention ot the worlll and each year they are promptly forgotten But llll- aots produced u man who although now years deceased has n brlglter- anmg than any ot the great multitude In the great campaign of 1SSJ when the Providence club then n n ember of the National league was fighting u bit ter gamowith Philadelphia a catastra- pho occurred that seemingly would disrupt Its chances ot wInnIng the pen nant A player named Sweeney who was pltchlllir was ordered to go Into right field to change places with Cyclone 3fi11cr At tlrat time It was not permissible to take a pitcher out ot the game Whereupon Sweeney promptly walked out ot the game leavIng the team with only eight men and with ens pitcher Charles Itadbourne Two men tried to cover the field with the result that Providence was completely snowed under A meeting of the directors was held to decide whether or not the club should be disbanded Certainly a professional team was never In a sorrier plight Rndbourne was approached and the proposition put to him I cnn win It an might said he quietly and In a- mattor of fact tone And then followed the ost remark able battle for a penis zt that the World has ever peen Rudbourne es1- IBbUshed a record that has never been equaled ono that will live when more expenslvo contests will have been JlIsstu1ly forgotten Of twentyseven consecutive games Radbourne won twentyslx In tour games wIth Dos IOU he had three shutouts only one f1un was scored and only seventeen hits were made This defeat was auf fend ut the hands of Buffalo by a score of 2 to 0 and even then only IIve hits were made off hIm showing that the defeat was not due to poor pitching Needless to say rrovldellce won the pennant or rather Had bourne won the pennant But the great player had to pay the price No arm could stand the awful strain without great agony Iornlllg alter morning when Itadhourne aro iilgbns6lslth ids left hand nut he tIlt uqt- givo up the guno lIe would slip out to time park about two hours before the rest ot the team put to qn nif- pearance and would begin the excgru elating process ot limbering tip lien teethenit oulll keep ou trying time after tlmeoJ ebbing his arm with hts left hand JOIIIJUmos his face would be drawn I up Into contortions but never n word of cotnplslnt loft his lips na hour before the gamefwa8 to IJeIf I be players would slip out to alongThey1olttng for his arm to get Into COII- Itlon When lie was uble to throw from a9Cond to homo hose a rousing sheer go up for they ktlesv that lI1qunt the winning ot the game for thenL- Itadbourne claimed for his borne- Itloondngton Ill After his great sea eon wltb Providence taanagers nil over She counihy were upon his heels Flat- terlug offers poured it and he was tot tlllder coiitrnet with Providence for the noxt season either Wheu the contest us over time late Ned tllet president lit the 1eun that season sent for Hud bourn lie Inlel the release before Liu ndolOl1l beside It a blank con tract Radbourne looked at tholp both for yoceral unlnutos and then slowly took up n pen and filled the blllnl out for n sum only 2000 higher that he- hnd b11 getting and tore up the re- rcaaeAllen almost fell on his neck and wept for joy- ltadeurnes last year In baseball was with Cincinnati In 1891 but It was a sad year It seems a pity that the ca reer of so great a ball player should SINI so sadly That year his work showed greatdetcrlorntlon for the awful madQ la 1SS was beginning to tell on Illsarm At the end otJh season ho was too to go hutch minor league baseball and so entirely trlthalxew from tllp game ner4turn d toiloohington Yb to he openMu d lItU lh say und nansi7n1ng silence would sIt 1n a- cpraeraadywatdG the yonns men I as cd flelwould talk nbou- tLlmfeltonli n and then r te liortw6rdlJ inehad at- waydbt nafirVdrdent pherman hunter and o on ut be gallup th- eepettIlfeEachyear hiss taciturnity MckeaseifiinW ha became almost sui enAfter a tlmq r be gave up his billiard pfhis1rnAt tashibrt8B7 Hi fan snd p raw Port1md Ore- gonIapf M1i1tr tmP roO fi r tfif v f w ioJ 4 t a HiNfPIN rs- SarcastlcuaAett loin wife were gofeg tothe theater WWy get y- II a ta V ft anI11J tnbleT Mid Mtlk j 4X71iYn QIt goats queried time waledf- aagleitbato wlt e7ysu I i a ow If 1 pie r aacidshevdnlted l1Wa7a soonetmrn irif puttliig on her gloves cArotboso what you meant WhjilI colt rlhyso kIds i iI dsedto replied Mrs Surcastlcus hut they ore getting so old lam longerIIe arsons Week I 1y ors J When ti President Resigns Tho Wetbol1 by whIch a pres1atit may reslgu is provided for In section liP or the revISed statutes rending as- fohotvS The only evidence of a refusal to necept or ot a resignation pt the ounce of president ox vice president eIperson refusing to accept or resigning ns the case may be and delivered Into the oincoot the secretary of stateIWashington Post ComIng Events Cast Shadows Uefore Barber looking for businesshExcuse- me sir but your hair Is oln coc meI out son by the handul Jars who was out nIl night and tsjustgolng home to face his wife You hlcs- bpoSo I don know hie tbat7Boh- emian Magazine Becoming Mrs Grumpus suggestltelytibnt you think dear lhotblflsensnA hats are becoming Mr GrumpusYes theyre becoming so expensive that Im afraid well have to get along without one for you this tlmePathfinderI OASronAlean thethe Kind You flare Always Bc d Slguhre Y Gof or Huston LUes writes of Democratic Primary Editor Hartford Republ1canItI you will alow me a space In your valuable paper I will to ten a little something about theI Democratic primary election wbkh was held at our precinct on the Ord day of this mouth I hadalwaysheardthat- they had Q lively time and as I hadI not been to Q Democrat primary for 25 years I went down about 9 oclock When I got there I never saw as manyI drunk men In my ute It was a stock sa buying and selling votes They were fussing drlnldng whlskoyc pulling and haulingat each I have been going to elections for 45 years and I have been to shows fairs county courts and ratifications but that beat anyhlng that I ever seen There wore mn who went there Democrats and crone away ne- lUllcan I have often wonder eli vhy there were so many D f1ocrlte but found out bat day ttts lI tiey have such a ChilI x t ear primar1eslt Is a scandie- ank a ttame to n clv Ized nation the t J o Tltoro were men ypted dnrfr1utelpjatour lrecinct then we a d lRn a few we sot tip to- Y J ociiiotlt orlty lanttyeerwo werq 13 year Taft sot 26 over Bpan trdlitt otitdI give about 9orI tallef iIThree Forks Wrarren county Ky Dec 7 1908 L iIt Noticet0 To the to1mcoo growers rofgOhio county and espcclally of the Horttord- pool You urdl11Stnnd tie cQun un Ion closed its books on October 20 1909 und appointed tJ Qoa11mItfootn audit nil pooling pledges mud all jhadI amfilo time to alga tlC pooling pledge and ytau are thereby nettledtit no tobacco will iJf received at HArtford only those whose names appear on the list audited and placed on me by your cotnmitttge j- L D TICIIENOR- HENRY PIRTLE e RENDER Dee 8Slmon Stephens rent to Central City last Wednesday to visIt hIs tiarents ilfr and Mrs Jas Stephens for a few days Herbert Clarke was In Central City Friday Wm Hall and J C Haryey went to Hartford ore busIness Sturduy even- Ing J Altas Lucy James 4lsdted In Vine Grote Sunday ttaemKatto beattplslted AV hirpeave SundaysV44 k- Ititr end hfrdGuy Stewarh visited In 141Erni 1 Mre Sunday the guest qt hfe rothe- Prot J RhoadS 2ff- Slmoq Jones was In1tariIord on loess yesterday + CI Edwards ot Itorfop and Wm Russell ofboys enc tialtiafiaI Taylor IWpes wore b8re1yestq MeStJr Sam Joaea and n Y MOney oIsbulaville we J1eie1aa1 r 1 JIi th44as Nellie trarrs it IitL mf D f iAT IIwh1inkM lZl I 1r l t si cr- aa J 01 r Se fti1 aa r- ewaeliir1o9 r C- 7t lO Arm tpoag- reee aeee tleil today and tke etta l1li rJe PaiIW11a k aa 1dIIii t j ttenta 8R k rs ya or 1tJ i caikng off tiieronanrL 4ie- 4be eriht ohas wtlI1p eJ1ImlWrR Whbm hap j4ptt pl- i rnV the dianrumeflt of- Oe noses ummer- UnoYe Joe tied aa few extra smiles on this ocaslon in view of ttlltactI hisspeakershlppossible l tls wealknoynVjlatrlr Tt intends toilve his aqJ J n p m ses wthln spirit and to thQ lettr and lUfho promiscdtia thorough and honest rgvtslon of thmtarlff when ite adminlstrdtion comW1ntts potVqF The tarIff bHl Is gdlegiltirobgh theslages- otVtta prelirulnary llejtlmS pow and aPllltUed1atr then In foine Instances pNrtlee are asking for iitgh tariff ontelr lines or Industry who were tordto admit that they were not Seeking better profits iMr Taft Is determined that tie principle ot protoectIon shall he maln talned and Qn tits other baud that no one shall be gIven a license to rob the American people Xnumber ot grey manufacturers have treey admitted that but little protectiop Is now needed It Is well known that Speaker Cannon leans very strongly towards n hIgh tariff and having stool Pat so long scorns unable to stand any other way and It Is intimated that he wilt oppose a thorough and honest revisIon the tariff such as DlrrTatt desires- a fight ot extermination will be made upon him for election to the Speaker ship of the next Congress by Mr Taft necessary to the carrying out of Mr Tafts promises It Is thbught however that Uncle Joe rather than bo ground to powder and scattered the four winds of heaven will make complete surrender but Mir Taft also wants trchange ot hearton the part of the Speaker In addition to the tariff beIng revI- sed Air Tact promised an immediate establishment of postal Bavlnga banks stal parceldeUvery Theflrst lncured the enmity Of th banks of the country and the second has incurred much opposition from the sIx great express companies ot the country that are charging tour times the price that the Post Office would charge to carry parcela when the postal parcel system le InaugurAted These three Items are the Prinoiple reforms to be accomplished by the next Congress and Af Taft wants accomplished thoroughly and promptly- ThQ order of the President plqng nearly sixteen thousand fourth glass postmasters under the pro ectl nof the Civil Service thus making Independent of origreill lon i pat Is one of the most lntoresitng- eYents ot the week A member of Congress hRS no right to Dfpoint tis to a federal office Tltls rb9nCh10fln the Presdent will have n lnCucrce on time postal Ser as well ns qr legislatlan f NoticeJToaa terS elecka for otemiler dh1 December have been recelve- dJ1h DeWEESE S 8y BUFORD iDee SMt Murphy of Ohle ago In- suraucp agent tvgihere last week McSSrp F M Hoyllr and L V c Taylor wont to Iiatddord 3tOctkiW- Siofsts UPIG es sail Joliti Blair nttcbded the funeral oH1I1S- 1owoll the 2 last at Pleasant Hljl church t Little John Wade Is Sick 11ra Laura ragall amid dtfughter Miss Loll IEliedn Hartford tu- ndny and Sunday Mr Fred Compton end wIfe vIsited J D Holbrook and family on ThnnkS giving 3Ir Joe Jones of Owensboro visited relatives hero and hunted several days last week I ttlr Austin Graves of Louisville Is visiting his uncle Mr n Fe Graves and other relattves + whilanIM htt it Ins J I V Ie M ViMr W H Bliot Pleasamltr HtU son1IMissJennie Del1ted t1r ends tn- Ha rdSatuf4arjA 7wr If 1Ir bls house- newly painted JufotdJs tmprovhigs rgrmGb1tln looks Messrs FiM HooferBen Wig iugton and I V Taylor a11 have new house wentto Hartford Tuesday on busine Lodgesi held an Interesting sesstoaattbe ball la tT rsday nIght ItJS understood that interest is revlvlngln this lodger arid that a great deal otsvork is expected during thewlnter a It- y Hartford lodge No 676 F A M Jre4 wgrlt to the 1OOOnddegreeJut Monday evelslmg The work vcaaVpul ptjafIt ghly creditable ntannertb- Br y teTi WtIEI s tr 9 UPI 194 gE vH take Rlaee ur rteat i I It Nk t + wut e JIfr t1 oft yw- nW xL I mitt L j Y 4 aIt eLLIIt 4 I i JIl t- 1Q i tltC y liSho a g f IlIIJJlnl1 141trIIIJ aV 00 r WA La4 W 4 unr 11p 73l1jp IO ttiJ 11 dYJ f1t1 ctI t t JQCTW2AJ JI iI I j 1 kOsi tkrti ttrrkklYjln tr oForthe Vho1er ppairn 1 1 You donthave to be a judge of shoes to get shoe sans o faction buying sho shre We know better than you do wh t good for you We know that your interest iris our interest We know If we want your shoe rn business we must give yQu shoes that please youfrom atevery standpoint of shoe excellence Wekriow wehve the shoes that will fill the billLN THE MOST EXTREME STYLES THE CONSERVATIVE STYLESjTHE COMMON SENSE STYLES o rJJTHE HEAVY MEDIUM AND LIGHT WEiGHTS o ALL STYLES ALL WEIGHTS ALL LEATHERS x ffi BLACKS TANS AND OX BLOOD IN COLORS are allwell represented in our shoe departments oechild from the cold and dampnessaJgjHOW ABOUT THE PRICES W The price without the shoe would neither impress m you with its style and beauty nor convince you of its superior value if- en Visit shoe departments compare the shoes and o ifaccording to your own judgment they are not on agj J rmparcantoresist the values and styles We offer mt enJE PBames Bros r1- ny BEAVER DAM KYV Buy Queen Quality 02Shoes for Women I SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES when too election oJ Qtri ers tr4tho- oming year will he held E6arymom- bershould be In attendance J e Rough River lgdpe J No 110 K of PI1SQII4mended Past Chancellor C IIllarfott for appointment as District Deputy Grand Chancellor A letter was re celved from the Grand Chancellor In vting Rough tRlverLodg to take part in the Install t1on of lodge at Central CUr last night for Pen- broke Jy Thelodge wih have wort In the Esquire Rauk next Tucsday evening Interest Is otevlXlng In Pythlanlsmln Hartford and it Is ex pected that this lodge airfll have work at almost every meetIng during the Winter t OhATON- Messrs yptt Danielsodte Cook soy and Walter Pattoraoaiavo return omcKaz ns end tOldahoma t firs Ernest Truman returned Crim- iordsvn Sattildaywheretsli1 hk been vhiiUus 1f fdhIr 1 iatp- PJd hseterHavey1 Truman Iot Mr Ci D Bean Sunday Airs NelUe Hall and littde daughte- of Clifton Mt1e KyNhorhkVebeen lima gneata btTelativeahere the naki two weeks returnMhomotdtutda r y Mrs n1flttlesqn Chortle M Owep b have boon vJlt1ng bfr aad MreH AOnYena the past week left for heaven amfasto urday where they wlltbe the guestd o Mrs Cannonestiaieiki nd Mrs MltehelL t d rjlfiietetrttonaid 101Jih etch I 1 t1il IJJt tjJI 1 rM l tt1Afr I lIII vyae ithe guns of hieViaaBcier MCe- t f r 1 iII n P I r L i j 1 JI oJP itJf rl 1 See9iJiieBoys BOO LSIQ0 t to J 0ba 1 tz 1 r1 11 o tJj ii I sl 0 h it 1 o en our N m I Q I jV e y f Buy King Quality o Shoes for Mth 4 SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES h 1 S WARNINGcB t t t t f IVa lhavebelIdlt whispered 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