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Digital page images are linked to the text file. b M e t I il r J rJ r 1 J i jfOf t0 f I i I 11 I- tI I 1 1fAtYQ4 t y e k t Q i V lir 1IJ41t MiiJJ i e I Job Work1 4 j DEVOTED TO THERITERESTS OF ALL TH1PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year 1909A No25 t R ANa AN- DBNIESS BLKE1I r Wras the Regular Session 01 County Union Aa S oi- Authorized btvit Acreage and fp ling Pledge Also an Active Stock Committee t- f hk 4 ho oh1q County Union of the A a4E met in regular session at blurt IouseIn Harttord FrltbY January 1 1909 and was called to order by President SL Stever w11- oroa splendid v4drese urged nodera n115 the deafberatlorr f tbd ment sg The roU eall riVOO24 pealsN p4eaetrt by delegates Thd minutes pf the r61ous mooting were rood nnd adapted Moved Eby J R Vetler nnd secondedby Albert Cox tbt we Belt tho deputes Motion oarrlod- tloved bY EW Jackson and second edbqT F Tanner that we elect ne- offtoerg w Immediately otter noonI Bit uriiay Moved by J R yeller and OOnded by Mr Jackson that the motion bl amended so na to provide tharb new officers be elected at tblq dean of too business of the CoUnty Union Moved by nev J D DurCb and sogonded by E P Sanderfor that tlbe amendment be atnehdgd prdvldlng tI t th olaction be bald today fm- medlately alter noon The vote ra suited In Savar of the aanendIJu2pt1It tie nmendme nt The yoIe on t100 setendateut as amended resulteW tn its adoption MId it Is ordered tbat sincere for GbrP year 1909 be elooe CMttiaO ernetanr at one oclack p m- Moved by Albert Cox and seaqud- by ed J R Weller that perrUea preeen- from t Dot rOPCeeented bY dele ates aptesent s8MtIocaD mL- va a resulted In favor of the nrniwo- rktdM by T F Tanner nd sec tled by 0 W WlIltm that the cc nmltee on CoopertLttVe takphbn- bualness e l1rI ort The vote resulted f- fevOr n of the motion no commtt- being toe present Mr E G Ausln r- aponded ear omlfy In Bt lengthy explan- tloatof the proposed plans of the com- Irony lie reported ImnL parties oouJd supplied Wtth tele hones at rroml- nal cast under the ptvn proposed by die OwraUve telephbne company ow by J T Phelps and cep omdedby S J SWelda that the meet ti adjourn uoLU one oclock p m Maiflon carried file meeting was called to order n 130 cock by Vloel fdenlj J- Weller n It was proved by E W JackI eand eeeanded bY Rev JDnurahi that all the officerS of the Count Unon be relectel for too ensuin- yea Adler discussion the vote re- eulted unruntrnously In favor of Ob motion and S L Stevens was r- oleoted president J R Weller was eeloclei vice president C E Smillh wens ngrelesued secretary sad Cal P- Keown was reelected treasurerthDYed by Rev J n ouded by OW W1UtMns that tb- pfestdent I designate a com ikker to attend meetings and help tl1 revive locela In tlbte ternend t tbe county The vote resUttcd In avtYrot the motion The commWee on reeolutk na reTported osto1lQw WfIo tbe committee on resoluttona beg leave to offer khee following 1 We reaffirm our alleglanco to- he principles of tIMt A S of E and oongratufaie ourselves 01 fhe euc- ceee in the control of our p and recommend Yhgt W tnrtri tdbact ten ionmote touther tarwr oltwota 2 We pre In b111rtY ey npatr vy be moverept tor wrra1 tel pbbncilE and urge our people g O- hmovement v tllgir Jlumont 3 We Are in favor cL litl1latlng with tbe Green Miler District A- ofEjn S sot tAr rour tntrreads are mutual but wee prefer tiatdling to bsea as at proaamt and hot i4executtYe board t tiffs wllsst4- We to u e 4 fatfoc redkin tbq aol 8OOQ htllsuArJlirJll 1 fJseer a growiors ln this 4 trfaJ wt ply wlth1ih18 d SrMaert- ft We Itjthe raer fr- 8rttoM rlal Aletr ttda qI wxeaieSIT Iwr WUL tllltI1ft I l r 1i I + 1 41 1 alcr engel j 1 edgE I1unit have lhe- lJIlvUegeCfpoohDg theirtoUatco j Albert Cox Qh 1fn L B Tlclearpr Secy noo26 1948- Ifetldw Ulcat No 301i reratbtfuid- requeefa nutordIa8 er1a Dlstrlot- r Union tg 1nd08 too following res- lutlona lat Rived Tbat we sek ou- Oounty Union at belr January meet Ingt take steps to get out Acreage and Pooling pledges for the yea r 1909 2nd Resoh Ttbt we aWa pledge prinked In two eolumuer wlth Acreage pledge n one sad Poplin g pledge In the otben column the pool- Ing pledge to guaraI dtbiitthe ex pease lit purling lJt ezc one per centcl eJlfngprice Thtsis Indorsed by the Butard lfug lsterimi Dlartot held Dec 3119D8tEC Board ChmnaJ L billion SOO7 Resolved T IItWren a resolutf- la on properly lndoraed by a district meeting It be the property t4t tlle body and not ot the committee un le l1bere be + wo tiT more anti Ube only tb place all In one Alscr albw one delegatq with the spines prtvlleg as ldelegates to Introduce sal raspdutiomelEndorsed by Cromwell MlaglatcrlalD- 18trJCI E P S nderturChrmn- Lonnle Keown ScoywEndorsed by oo m1tt Moved by E W Jackson and sec ended by Alary Tlotenon that GbG re port of the camntlttee brt receive- and the oonrmlttee dLsr7Jarged an that tine body consider the neao- lonebyU sections The raattaru WU- SunanllJlCusy adopted Section one was read and Its atop Continued On Elglltit Page HORRIFYING ii ENT- ONfiREENRIVER Foor Meet Death by Being Ru eOverby Steamboat With Large Tow One of the most orr1fying catastro phos attsndlag ommercleJ tiafico n Green River occurred at Woods tand lag three rotes above Paradise at- mdmght Monday January 4 when the tow boat Samuel crashed inin an anchored raft of sawloga onwhlM slept otght deep and before thoywe aaatkened landed tour of them in etel nlty Those pho were vloUms of tlli tragic accident were IL D Bec- konInlaw a e of Mr Daz Shultz and leaves a olio and Six chUdron F1Nd Westerleid son of Dr WcsteaCfeldI Rochester single Dan KeelY 8lngle EtglnMaddox sln eall drown there being no lndlcatloa that were injured In any otherwny migm n Wep andI Bill McCoy Abe J st two being colored Ogre of the bodies was recover cd as soon as the barge whtoh had up on the der Of toga on lWIhichJ he sbmrty was donated trou13 bo re sheer woro about noon Tuesday All Hero imm- diakely under where tile rest was 1ng Y in tolerabl shallow water tludgo W B Taylor Bud County At E 11 Woodward eft HartfOrd mornIng for the Fcvrta of tlbe aocidont for the Pura of holdld g all inquest Over the bodies oftbf dead W M Brown IH L TaylorJP S1frmi1 Luther Elliott Ii A Ta lOt and H K utiJght Were empatibe U edas jury o after 1nlrLlgGbo ev deuce d the four arses on fibs raft alsurvived bhp aocidcutund ticsp- e t Ubhe first the dticetteed alai dostli by being tdtrownInto the river by tow boat Sa1n 31idti cbhrso tOaptDoI1e11 1 SPECIAL BARGAINS IN SUGAllA D COFFEE Today slid Tmorralp with C ach J Purchase at JJers gr packagehd 5 filth eci1lalttlaeyo a i a1tse stGriWi il2SfiiT i11I i1Jik Cl P not mol a yrIt r TvE WHITE HOUSE RECEPTIONy Consisted of a Big Array or f Distinguished Noblemen As Well as a Big Bunch o Plain Everyday Americans 6lIW bas year Was uwrked by th usual fesUvltles and II fine bracts temperature with sunshinPl d tothe making of the gravest e11 the day of the year mronsts his usual pubc reception and as obi s tilele b1r Roosevelt In the VlMte House todyear was un Y hoursheforeltimeIto a0 White House gages and by one oe1oel hen the public reception began extended for savrai blocks It w the average good humored crowd the theIe padI nusign of dishmbanca or dIScontent The Presldrwt weaned in 1rrgh spirits and though tit requires remarkable untatlll1g goodIituinor to act in tan with this yearly Uhrong lie lieo1ned- on tills occasion to be supplied wlbh- an added amount of cutnusinaru and tM heartlnees with whloh ire grasp ed the hand of each visitor made It 1m possIble zo irlleve that he was not as he didooItgbtied to greet seat every one ct Gsem nrritere were many OICnn3fonlEtat oher titles and owns wfiro had com for the purPose of taking tLlsGhel last oPlOIIuhlty to make tits bnd Art eleven oClocit the PresIoont an Mrs Roosevelt andtbr debutaat daughter joined the relaelving party In the Blue Ilroonr arid the cabInet of ticials and Foreign DlplomatsArmy end Navy ULcers and a sprlnkliti o SonatDra anti Boweientat1Ve were welcomedtTtwre Were seternl lnteleUng fig ores among too Diplomatic corps wbPn Darop lttayer Ilea Plapoht t ItnUan Amtsafsador came forward tho President retained his land vbUe be- exprESEed his hcarttelt sympathy for the King and QuQea of Italy In tbe tearr161o dlsnster Intiretr country The DtnOll1n reply thanked the PlM9dont for the generous action of too Gov erament la sending a supply ship U0 fire stricken distrlCt At last years reception Baron Vas Sternberg tho i German Ambassador was Jena of the corps and left tobe brJUlantpllJlOCI- rion of diplomas His plate was taken this year by the euccossor0oun Iternstorlt who as the latest addl boat to the corps was the last greet the Presdent and tics Is an attractIve AnmTlrnu woman mad her first entrance iwhe whltefoure Another interoating figure was dlalt- Of the Chinese envoy rJncr Tong Shno YI whoeame hero nteWwka- go adth a argo snits to present Lh thanks of the Qhiaese Oovornriten for the return bt the SunpluSi Doxer Indemnity fund andrdacideniahy it is said to make an effort to fleet R treaty betJeen two countries He- Is a big hdntsoa Chlnnmnn of IU- stingullbcd toImaeaA nld mos tgor goous costumes Atonooolck wel- acUfe of the Cabinet and Ulle wJvelf oi the PromlnentotfJclas with MInI Fuir banks and IdlasCannanthedang tel the SllP41lrerhuNcd away tn LfirMfLlomes toprUpare for their own rec rtionri wbslott began at two nclIand continued throughout ape a4or nOOn Then the public was ndthitte d to tIre White Hnpso pint until breo oclock without teat or irvxrtniar- itiroPresident a greeted 4ho e woo had I wailed since ewrly morn for admlt tanoo Wloon at last the doom WPre oed1 flue of dlnpJOi ones cooQr0at n con eluded fife largtnnd Uhe Qt a1 tJbe Prestdenta Now Ytnr8 TocePlIOIS dul Inga seysa years 8dmlniftnK1onIto s 1np1y 9arge number at lunchY Vin and Ubltdi evstttng wel ngnIn 3ty I 1 sparride=Wn OUr reguar Correspondent In Memory of N J Burgess lfotil J Bltpgcce a former reSIdent EVnSll1o lad died at his home a n- da n right Doc 28th ut 756 age 7 nears and twoo days be bad boon fealllo ljeathfor ttiJee 3 atrtr but h- b nbed last fotduPe monitts H teatesa wIfe andeavPn drllidrentiv- f and etx girls to mourn his lo8tIIurgess ors laid to neat in beau tlJeplid waR buried with army honors y N h Gabbert had oharge of the eerflces at the house D1 J D Boat Changed Time packegt avo L oclocofk n and JeaYlng there Tuesday attroon nr vtg at Hartford on Twursday morn ingJ This change Is made by rates n Uiolact that at present there Is no boat latying Eransvlla on Tuesda- aPlernton Y and this will give the home baata better opportunity for find o on Green River BK TO THEt COURTas Supreme Tribun1 Sends Standard Oil Case In Which it Was Fined 29240000 WlI5blngtnn January 4 fibs Unlit- edst Supremo Court today H1taln ed the tlPOrce of the Circuit Court of Appeals at OWcagn roverrdngl th03 judgment of Judge Krrteaw Mounmln- L3ndlstJlattl1CStaIldard Ull Company elioldd pay a fine of 29240000 loc csnittot It did ap by refusing tn grant the Qvenunents petition tor n wrft of certiorari to review the Judi expreret a tp CourtdB trial of Ufo Standard 01l cases before JUdge LandIs and II tho oil trust so rahed is again foundgutl bfI nny sue stu pendous penalty os lie motto out to he company at the first nisi DaubWeelr the gratification of tale corvcspondinglyahB WI udnsrnUo11 oUidns who made no- efott fo conceal their jubllnt1oll eveu the recordbreakJng flap was nssrecd- In the fall of 5907 Immediately after this penalty wa Imposed rtes Standard Ot entered con appeal rom a high official of the De- paJ1lDeQt of Justice It we leaarned tonight that the decision of the Su premel Court throws the case back UllO the United StlltesCoutt In where it wns originally tried nn- tvherolundct the reversal of tLatOout by the United States Clroult Court of trledagaibtake steps to rave the defendants tbo Standard 011 Company of Indiana and the Chlcngo and Alton RatIroad brought Into court before a Jar again said this officio Pemapso said she Uhey n 1- 11redon be the old ohorgeaon which Ibhey were convicted and tho Une Ot29OO 000 fixed on the all Trust by Jud 1iands or irensRy decide to try Uhe on other indlettntsttts There are std11til a soars of itrdetrnenta roadag these delenltlU1ts hrvclving the sam facts and thosme evIdence and t which we bctievea oanvcfton can ens fly be secured Just what pIons will definitely decided neon dtgsends upon flip dacl IIAttorneyGeneral President within nday or two Under this tieclsion or LbQ Suprome Court tooday however thtl 29000 1000 flab imposed on Standard OllisE dead Jt cannot bo revived bin Rook etcHer vihereof fie knew whe hog debarction the Sunday morning following ibhe action of lodge Iandt Chicago that Judge Lattdls wi be R loirg time dead before that in Is paid And so that Interesting oha tor in the war On the illegal trust I men j1 0 comJcJs For S le f jOOd ke rhwage ropes Apptiy tAi Jl1twYKNG 6 r ylyI JC t u I f 11C t THIRTY MEN STEELoI Two Section Crews at Work EeOne Crew Building Connecting Link and Other Working on Main Track That the officials of the 31 H 1c E railroad intend to complete the new road at the earliest Posslblo someIMndJFonvl1le and the territory the road traverses Supervsoor C M Henry of the L N R R informs the Hustle that thirty secGon men have corn menced Tracklaying north of flint sonvUle and they will be kept then untUl next tall One of the section crews will Ia- he rlack between the mule line of the L railroad to rho Pro vl denco branch of the same compan a distance of about two miles They wla Ilndsh this In a short time and a rward will assist In laying Meel on the main line of the road The other crew will lay steel 00 the main line and this work will bo continued until the men employed by the promoters of the project me them The two crone wUl be work on tile rood practically nil um tape and until full by which time It Is believed trains will be running In10- 1rfadloonvllle Grading Is progressing nicely o the Toad and with favorable weathE1 onditions twni soon be tiniehe d and erttty for the truckktyera T man employed In tilde work are ma- ag kt such headway and indlcatiOn9 are that the grading will be done by the latter part of spring TIle heaviest work will be d ot Moorman where a steam will be used to facilitate matte beoingblUshedwit probably be addd to those al ready engaged In gnarling in a few weeksMadisonville Hustlert TWO IMPORTANT BODIES IN SESSIOM HERE Fiscal Court Will have to rTax Rate for Benefit of Schools I Two tmponlnai adjuncts of the gov seadBoard of Supervisors mot illonday with a full rAembersbtp Messrs Alax ASnh by H C Dever and T D Owen pros ant and have been busily engaged In Inspecting the ussessarent of Mr toh during till work It Is proooblo thet assessYedn va e sou ty wm be pro ored which Ia usually the case Illho 1latul Court mot Tuesday with a lull membership prosent but dld not get fully settled down w buslness un Wednesday at noon when Judge Taylor and OountyAlttoroey WooMmrd thnoy of those who wore drowned by thesoom boat There Pius not been any feat amount of work except the Usual rot- S claimeyatr 1908 done as yet mbero Is an important matter whio ill come bpfaro tho Court today or tomorrow and that is the levying tax for the benefit of the pub eohoos In compliance with the law by the Legislature darling- last SbJ sosslon The Board Of tae tiled a report WI1th the Court asking that1 the rote be Fix twantgeeneon the ono hundreddoHaorsIll1o re port is qutto tried auld Is ostollQwsl- To fife Flcrxtl Court of Ohio Oo t1CUlonIn i6ni + wlGht Sea Uortrli9yCommrolt l OOIJaWjbrItyi County I3oni d of iCores- peotirrlly n request th6t the for dxdiTt i I 0 rr j h I I rI c at one dollar on the poll ant twenty cents on the ono hundred dollars We urge tbis af ter having had reports from almost ever sub dtstdct ohalrman in the county The tax thus derived would not exceed 12000 and the urgent nRCdg ot- tho schools exceeds 16000 About 20 school houses arc needed at an uverag coot of GOO making a total of 12 000 Debts incidental xpcnsesstovcs and rte would add very largely to this Resptottu4ly J M DoVeese Chairman Richard Plummer J 1 Drown W C Ashley J A Bellamy F D Ilaughar J W Taylor Committee As to what disposition the FIscal Court will make of the report and what rate will be fixed Is some ques tlon Whatever this rate may bo It should be recalled In this connection that the LegLsuture that passed the law was Democratic Tho Hoard ot Education which recommended too rat of taxation is made up of three 1Qm petals and four Republicans So what rerto matter will be done on 1recormnendatlave submitted to it tram bCJeas snob rThere Is no natural aversion to an increase In taxation In any line and no doubt It will exist with reference to this one It is pointed out lhoweOI as the ra port shows twenty new school houses are badly needed at the pres ent toot such conditions will hard ly arise at any future time In this event It will be possible for the next Fiscal Court to reduce the rate of tax atton materially probably to the ext loaf of providing simply the Inclden txtl expense for conducting the schools which In most casts amount to from 15to 20 for each school In any event flip talc tide year at what It- may be fixed cnn materially be lee sened next year FOR THE BUSY READER The Tennessee Legislature mot 3ron Democraticone prohilandreRanTho Franklin county grand fury no- urned thlrtyflve indictments against Judge Charles E Booeorvrer claim clerk In tho office of the State Audi tor charging forgeryutterlng forgery and defrauding the Stale wLth false youooere Governmenteroad ComtrUyln Wllicil the company and Its officers were fined 60000 on tile charge Of making a rotund to Kan sas City puckers os terminal charges was decided by the Supreme Court of the UnlteRl Stairs against the com PanY Another attempt to liberate Harry K IUJaw from the Insane asylum at Mnttmwan ants made Monday Counsel obtained tram Justice Tompkins of the New York SUpreme Court a writ of habeas corpus compelling the asylum authorities to produod Thaw before that Justice UJt Nyvck next Saurday Italy has roplte1l to the otter of the United States to sand the Atfl1m tic fleet to the relief of the oanthquak sufferers by saying that the vessels would probably arrive too late The first division will proceed tn Naples where it will tlo Vilat is passible to std No stops wilt ho lnade at Oth- et ItAlian ponce ElliottTaylor Sunday ovssrllttg January 3 at 730 oclock at tho Pleasant Valley Ohrls Misshtinge Rev John P Tuck officiating whilehtiontilaek btiesca Stoda WUson and Argent Shu z Charlie and OlUtonEl ofFiacslastheyAlero the Rev Tuck otter n few ap- propnato remarks On the Rcredl1e9 of wedlock pronounced the words that Jnadtt thehapPYYOUt1g hearts one The contrnotingparUlesare mOO oftJ flrat famUiae of the IiYDIItOWD- 4elBJibqbadd tbbrid6 bedeig the t1irIr 1tt r r r 1 i w eA Via t f t f i 1 I f- I t I 1 4 4 A lt- ifc r t ry IIs V c ti 4- r 1 et i 1 f ENCOURAGED BY 0tJm FORMER SUGCESSiVE INAUGURATE 51 r t Ft-p I Saturday January 4 9 1 909 ft III iI f i i r t 4 t ADd Oc 11LY8 to eTa+ lLi Xgasd Our IPROFITSHARINGSALE A t The interest taken by the purchasing public in our former profitsharing sale the words appreciation from our J regular customers the new customers added to our great family of loyal patrons ALL SPURS US UP to still e greater efforts and we propose to give the people a sale that will fre long remembered Our buyer has spent one 0 whole week in the markets securing remnants oddends and millends of everything in staple everyday Merchan dise that we can offer you at much less than we can buy regular goods at wholesale We have placed at your disposal without any profit to ourselves and in many instances a heavy loss to us ALL WINTER SUITS and OVERCOATS CLOAKS MILLINERY UNDERWEAR many HEAVY SHOES and 4 BOOTS HEAVY RUBBERSand every odd thing from every department in the house Our ad is only are minder that we are going to have a PROFITSHARING SALE This ad is also a personal invitation for you to s come and see what we mean by a profitsharing sale e Lookout for the Red Tags Every article on which you find a Red Tag is money saved for you These prices are good for Merchandise sold for cash only Goods charged will be sold at regular prices i Clothing Department If you could actually know and appreciate the values we are giving and the loss we sustain in the sale of many of these Suits Pants and Overcoats you would be first here on the opening day of this sale and if the public could realize fully the magnitude of the values offered in this department alone our store wouldnt hold the men and boys ready to take advantage of these offerings beenSmarked price less 20 per sizes and markedwith cent the Red Tag Mens Suits We offer lots as follows One lot of 400 Suits Sale price 2T9 It 450 to 500It 339 It 500 to 600It 389 I 600 to 700It 448 I 700 to 800 498 It 750 to 1000It 648 I 1000 Suits Sale pricej T69 I 200II I 898 1 1500It U 1098 I 2000 to 2200It 1489 It 2500I 1989 Mens Overcoats 20 per cent less than regular price Same reduction on Boys Overcoats as there is on the Mens S One lot of Mens Coats and Vests at onehalf their real value SuitsS 298 3 98 1 6 to 7II 498 It 9 SuitsI 598 S I 10It T69 Similar reductions on Childrens twopiece Suits ages from 3 years old to 16 years old Pantsi 29c price49cIt 1 I 1 00I II79cI Drab Corduroy 150I It 119 149One2 values sale price 119 One lot Pants 200 to 250 values sale price 148It II 250 Ito 300I 179 I 1 250 Itto 350It 189 itJ I S 289Wethis Department We can hint A I hint to the wise is sufficient Come andsee I 5 Cali American Shirting C digo Blue Calicoes Calicoes American Si lengths from yard tc Calico you pay 6c fc counter Sale price 3 Bleached Domestics- One lot of yard widii bleach ed Domestic assorted lengths from 1 to 25 yards GJcto 7 1 per yard in values Sale price per yard 5c One lot ofyardwide bleach ed Domestic soft finished and a quick selling fabric for 8Jc per yard Sale price per yard Gc One lot of yardwide bleach ed Domesticquality can not be excelled by any regu lar lOc seller in the country Sale price per yard j Tic One lot of Hope Bleached Domestic from 5 to 10 yard lengths at peryard7 c Outings- One lot of fancy Uutings 36 inches wide Good colorings for gowns and skirts a 12ic value Sale price per yard Tie One lot of dark colored fan cy Outings regular width a real 10c value Sale price per yard 7 c- One lot of Outings in solid lightbluecent value Sale price Sic Cloaks All Cloaks of every size and description will be at your priceless Shoes and Rubbers Every heavy shoe in the house in Mens Womens Boys and Childrens also Mens and Womens Arctic Overshoes will be dumpedat the regular price lesa 20 per cent One lot of Mens Dress Shirts 50c and 60c grades sale price 43c coestalicoes American In American Light Blue Iver Gray Calicoes in 10 yards the same r every day over the- c per yard Ginghams One lot staple check Ging hams regular 6cand 7c val ateper 5c One lot of solid reds and cheviot style Ginghams reg ular 8c values sale price per yard 6c One lot of splendid dress Ginghams good styles and a good8c and lOc value The lot goes at the sale price of per yard 6 c- One lot solid coloredsoft finished Chambry sells the world over for 10c sale price per yard8cOne lot of Red Seal Dress theIbeststyles of any Ginghams made to sell for 15c per yard Sale price per yard lOc Table Linens One lot of Turkey Red Da maska regular 26c value sale price ITc One lot of Turkey Red Da mask a regular 30c value sale price 22c One lot of Turkey Red Damask oilcolorsa regular SOc value sale ce 39c One lot of white table Da mask good weight and good width A regular 30c seller sale price 230 One lot of white table Da mask 64 inches wide A good value at 46c per yard Sale price per yard 33c One lot of white mercerized Damask A good value at 50c per yard Sale price 39c Underwear2- 5c Underwearsale price 19o 50c II1139c75cu f159c100II III 7Q0 125 1 U 109 50I II 129 OOII II 169 Pearl Buttons One lot of good serviceable Pearl Buttons good value at 3c per doz Sale price per doz 2c- One lot of extra quality plain Pearl Buttons two eyes sizes 14 to 22 lines You wouldnt object to a lOc price on this button Sale price per doz 4c- One lot of four hole Pearl Buttons quality superfine sizes 14 to 22 lines a beauty for a lOc seller Sale price per dozen 5c One lot of assorted fancy carved tops and the fish eye Pearl Buttons Splendid waist buttons also very appropriate for Childrens Clothes A real lOc value sale price per dozen 6c HandkerchiefsChildrens bor dered Handkerchiefs A splendid 3c value Sale price each 2c Childrens hemstitched bor dered Handkerchiefs a good 5c value Sale price each3c Mens hemstitched bordered Handkerchiefs many stores get 100 for them Sale price each 4c- Mens hemstitchedwhite Handkerchiefs same size and value as the bordered Sale price each 4c Mens all pure linen hem stitched Handkerchiefs one quarter inch hem regular value 150 Sale price each 10c Mens all linen hemstitched Handkerchiefs regular va lue 20c Sale price each I5c Notions- One lot of three inch 1crlmpeage Ic- One lot of adamantine pins 200 to the paper at each Ic One lot of Mens fine Sus penders a good 25c seller Sale price 15c One lot Boys fancy Sus tpenders a good lOc value Sale price 5c One lot of fiveeighths Gar ter Web in white black and fancy colors values from 50 to lOc per yard Sale price on the lot per yard4c One Lot of feather stitched Braid white and colors 6 yard lengths a big value at 5c Sale price per bunch3c One lot Fancy Ribbons No 80 Regular value 25c Saleiprice per yard lie Same Ribbon No 100 reg S ular value 35c Sale price 22c Sularper yard25c One lot of Satteen in all the staple shades regular 20c 1 values Sale price per yard 10 cents One lot of yardwide cord splendidOne lot of yardwide small checked dimity a regular 15o value Sale price per yard 10 cents Crashes One lot of bleachedcotton Crasha regular 6q value Sale price per yard 4c heavy1t 1larOne lot of absorbent Crash bleached good width 4 f and heavy quality regular S 1value 12c Sale price per yard 8e There are hundreds of articles included in 1 this Sale that are not mentioned here The r jthing for you to dp is to come see fori 1 your eIft t7L r Ii I E P Barnes Bro Saa CamEY 1i ri4 D1L 5 w 1 5 S5S 5 S zr EEiiEiuuIIIv t1 Iil tt li s I f I I i f s1vwt M r i 3- p 1 trt it li f- lr F t fry AV SPLENDID RECORD i 1 fr f1MINERSI Kentucky Mines have few Fa r + tat Accidents I Record Shows Less Than Fo rf Any Other St teof- t Equal Production i otlhavingrcodl wine than any other State tn tho Union or trio British q c In North America The peiVc ntsige i0 Mtetouil and Miryland is lees to an orr nil of 1 per cent smaller on tue face of the reurris lrnt conditions r these make 4e cyini rist n msleaatio as nMbertlooa Hnyiwing like rhia coail mining tliot Itoiuucky dots The Bluegrasa State with licr 360 miners and 250 coal mines 10000000 tons of coal yearly was BO excellently equipped rtfce Important of flee of Inspector of Mines within bli last two years that doubtless tie low ratio of 174100 add nts per thou sand Mien employed will materially decreased tierafter In fact a decreas has been noticed over 4ihe flye preced ing years Tie last issue of the Engineering and Mining Journal of New York In an artce on Fatal Accidents In Coal Mines of America by Frederick L Hoffman says boat of all th States and Territories under reM only two Missouri and Kentucky dui Ing 1907 returned a fatality rate of less than two per 1000 In the case of ail the ot her States and Terri tories rtto rates exceeded two Ue 1000 and In the case of eleven Stake and Territories the rates were above three per 1000 While this experience would appea to disprove the rule ald down in for mer years that the ccaUminingaccidemtl rate under nonnral conditions should not exceed two per 1000 it Is never theless a cafe assumption tbat euch a rate la not compatible with thecon ditions und r which coal mining opera tons combining a high degree of productive activity with comparative safety can be staled on The lesult of Mr Hoffmans com pilation of statistics are startling In the lost In coal mining operations of vhoh 3000 were sacrificed according to complete returns ia 1D07 Taken as a whole the sate has been increas ing for North America and fontshade more serious item in tie future Those States where Ie Increase for the tenyears period has been detected at Alabama ColoradoIndanaKansas New Mexico Pennsylvania both an thracite and bituminous fields Wash ington Vest Virginia and Nova Scoti Tho safety of the coal miner is an ever Increasing problem and the fearful mine horrors of the past year in Eu rope and our neighboring States espe dally Pennsylvania arid West Virginl in which hundreds of men lost itholr lives in single accidents has caused the gravest apprehension among scien tific wen At the recent Mining Congress in Pliteburg lust after one of the most awful disasters ever witness ed in Pennsylvania nearly every Mine Inspector In too United States was pre ent and ways and means for prevent Ing mine dlastsers ware discussed thero and al o In the National Association of Mine Insiectjois held near ttihe sam time Prof C J NorwoodOWef Inspector of Minds of Kentucky was able to stow his State to be one of the best managed In the world in this respect He was aelonlfhed to find that the deep impression made upon all minds by the tearful catastrophe seemed to have opened the way lor the sugges tion coming from Federal offidalt that A national bureau of mlneei be created wIt headquaTiters at Washington to advise with tie Legislature ooid mining departments of the several States In the framing of laws and conduct of he State Inspectors office Only one or two men lad the courage to state tlkr oonvewtion tl at while a national bureau of mines might be a very good thing it should dn nO wa interfere wilt the rights of the rev oral States to look alter their own mines Mine plosions are of very rare occurrence to Kentucky mines owing to the constant care and supervision I exercdsed by jhe iv9 Jrspec orsbutare T of warming fnqueD fes In other Suites r and countries In Kentucky they are f nearly always traceable to romo- Imlrwrs careleeB fllsotedlence of theft law fiuchBS currying powder into forbidden places smoking negligence in shptsrgas regions of such States as Pennsylva nia and West VfrglnJa gas from aban = v tBoned drill hol sand wella gels dnttf the mines and Eomell B a ha radnW nelf strikes t3 flow of gasi Tie conixmnteB are often at fault In pulfifn wp tnecure timbers in the 1eland thereby aUoJDttaH of t f k- r t li II S P iJ Ai Most Valuable Agent The glycerine employed in Dr Pierces medicines greatly tho medicinal which it extracts from native solutionmmchbetter ownbeingaddsgreatlyI bark Bloodroot Golden Seal root Stone root and Queens root contained in Golden Medical Discovery in subduing chronic or lingering bronchial whichrauthorltlcsotIn ro Is a wasting away of flesh loss of appetite with weak stomncl as In tho early stages of con summlpn thcro can beno doubt that gly acts as a valuable nutritive aids Mio Uplden Seal root Stono root Quecfcs ro t Black bark JM prom n Igestlon and building up th flesh an s renglh controlling tho cough and brlniihg about a healthy condlti n of tho w to Of course it must willIstages twlll aP he n p han let ne v inn an ea i P itn auto Islntltolingeringhanggncoughs fromgmarvelous cures Prof Flnloy Elllnewood M D of Bennett Mod Chicago says of gly 00Indnspepslaltseryesanexcellentnnrposa ofhydrogenmanufactured products of the present time In Its action upon enfeebled disordered atom achs especially It there Is ulceration or ca astrttis catarrhal Inflammation of stomach It Is a most efficient preparation pnoslsheartburnacidity eo den Jloalcal Discovery enriches and purlflcs tho blood curlnc blotches pimples eruptions scrotulous swelllnea and Oresor ulcers P Send to Dr n V Pierce of Buffalo N Y for true booklet telllne all about tho natlra mcdiclol roots composing this wondoitul medicine There no alcohol In It roof and caveIns Taking out pillar aweInestanding when ordinary mining opera tions ere caidcd onso tbat we mne may be abandoned because all the coal has been exhausted When skin fromrsource are wnere inearly any miner nay be eJEcted as foreman unskillful handling of the tibiarall miners foremen under a law requli Ing taem to be experienced miners and to be examined by the State Board of Mtae Inspectors who grant certificate to those competent and weed out the incompetent All mines are now pro hibitMl from employing any but cer tificated foremen J W NORWOOD Mind Yonr Business It you dont nobody will It Is your business to keep out of all trouble you can and you can and wIn keep out of liver and bowel trouble It you take Dr Kings New Life Pills fflbey keep biliousness malaria and Jaundice out of your system 25c ataU drug gists an FLIRTING IS NOT SO BAD AFTER ALL At Any Rate Without it There Would be But Very Few Marriages In the course of a marriage address not over a month ago a clergyman at a wellknown seaside resort made some very strong remarkS on the subject of flirting He described a man who Indulged In what tie even went so far 9as to call this ein as a aeXisit hyp ocrite nnd suggested that no woman could expect respect who engaged in the tragedy of flirting fIJ eeaio strong terms and one mutt think an exaggerated and severe view has boon taken of what Is only occa atonally a dangerous amusement for young people Heartless flirtation is certainly tobo condemned but as a rule whenever young folks of tte op posite sexes moot they flirt that is they itry to artwact each other they seek each others individual society tthay talk nonsense to each other and lor the tlmo being enjoy tfruieelvea as one expels young men and maidens to do Iro discourage all Oils which way be described as haxmiLess flirtation would furtherycheck on For is it tion in nine cases out ot ten that end in matrfmoy How Is Your Dlgestlon Mrs Mary Dowling ol NO 228 Slat Ave San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She says pratltude for the wonderful effect of Electric Cittern ina case ot acute indi gestion prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on the market today Itola great tonic and alterative medi cine Invigorates the system purifies the blood and ts eepeclally helpful in Hll forms of feroaici weakJiese 6Qc st a druggists on j CIiipbRiA801 u ipo Kind You Nate ArreH Bisaatoie 2C- h r W 1 THE TRAMPS OF THE COLINTR Cost Railroads 25000 000 a Year Deadheading Way on Freight Trains Growing More Com mon Each Year When Weary WHHO travels nlopg the dusty road or appears in the il lustrated weeklies lie does not look like a serious problem But when it la stated by a prominent railway officer that vagrants cost the Amer- Ican railways at Lust 25000000 a year because of their depredations the matter looks mpm serious A New York Cnarity Organization Society of ficer has recently received from a half iiundnetl raljtrads in Uie Unit ed States the latest word regarding vagrancy on their lines W II Canniff President of the New York Chicago and St Louis Railroad states that on te occa sion during June 103 men were eject from one of tie freight trains of the company In a Journey of 132 miles J E Ohllds general manager of tefl New York Ontario and Wesfernsays thnt tl ere are probably CO per more vagrants passing over the lin than a year ego Typical depreda tions of these vagrants are holdups and breaking into cars and stations The Norfolk and Western reports through its President that the In crease in vagrancy over a fact par ticularly noticeabUj in the increased robbery of oars We have had reports the President instances of brakemen and conductors being killed or assaulted In attempting to eject trespassers and not all of these tree passer are vagrant and without means George B Sade general manager of the Northern Pacific reports that the line is more troubled with vagraints this year than ever before They pil fer cars set fires along the right of way build fires inside ithe cars use the companys shanties terrorize the occupants of section houses and rom mit the various usual predatIons The Pennsylvania Railroad report ing through its Prelsdent snows that it is thoroughly stirred up by Hie tramp nuisance and during April May and June 1908 made 3400 arrests as against 1074 arrests for August September and October 1907 In some of the Eastern States tim c Is a plague of yeggmen committing petty thefts breaking into stores robbing farmhouses and Ini general committing various kinds of lawlessness These yeggs are accustomed to travel on freight trains Fortunately for a woman who had been threatened by a vagrant in Camden N J recently her husband was at home and gave the beggar a sound thrash ing When such things happen the police often make a roundup which because spasmodic and because the vagrants are frequently let oft with a suspended sentence has little effect A New Yorker interested in tho tramp question who for a year has gathered from all over the United States clippings relating to vagrancy says that the most striking thing about the clipping is the entire absence of plans anywhere tar treating the question of vagrancy systematically He also st tea that far too frequently there toomo to his attention reports of most atro cious assaults upon women and chil dren these brutal crimes being pos sible because of the continued Indif ference dire ayed by meet communities toward any systematic plan for re ducing vagrancy Seven Years of Proof I have toad seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condttdon of throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Jfo The word has had thirty eight years of proof that Dr Kings New DIscovery Is the best remedy for coughs ands colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchi tis hemorrhage of the lungs and the early tae of consumption Its timely of pneumonia Sold under Xiarfftftceat pneumonia Sold under guarantee at all druggists 60c and 100 Trial hot tIe free m SMALLHOUS Dec 31Mr and Mss 0 W Over hub Mr Owen Hunter and Miss Ethel Hunter attended the wedding of Mr W C Ovrhuls and Miss Nora Den nett which occurred at the home oft brides parents at Hartford Tues day December 22 Jlr Robert D Hunter and wife Utica are the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter and sis ter Mrs Je Drake and otber red atives near here tiUa bfrAlva Callowayr tatended the bur aeBeduXdaebaq Mr apd Mrs perry BUiop are j t M I if vt+ moving to Smallhoua from near South Camrtlton Mr Blcakburn of Central City has bought the farm of Mir John Lewis near Mr Alva Cnl1 ways and has snored to Fame Mrs Hlllie Witlirow who has been quite sick for some time Is not ex pected to live long I Mr 0 IV Overhus attended the burial of Mr D E Thomas Sunday I Mr Bent Tats is trite guest of ale aunt M9 C T S Overton The Sunday school which was to have closed lath Sunday at Smallnous church will be continued I Rev O H Lawrence and wife and daughters Misses Fannie and EltnlDeaver Dam were in our latter part of the week j Rev Lawrence billed his regular up pointment at Suiallilious church Satur day and Sunday Mrs Alonzo Franre who has bon on the sick Jlst Is able to be out again j Marlon Balls wife and little duugW ter Lorene of near CcnteMownspenti Xmas with their grand parents IrIand Mrs John Withrow i Mr Jess Klrtley went to Island last Monday and returned Tuesday j IT IS SAID THAT BABIES HATE LIGHT I Even the Tops of Their Pink Little Heads are Sensii etiveIto It i I One thing which we must learn to appreciate andTtepect lin the baby is Is I attitude toward light This Is widely different from ours writes Dr Woods Hutchison in tho Housekeeper Light U ono of the most simulating and at tractive things in tho world to us and poor blinking tot of a baby it is as dazzJng and irritating us it is grateful tousHis chief objection to the new world in which he finds himself it he could put It in words would be Its to bctiEitly Ilgut He is born a caveman in mote sense that one While till rooms which uo occupies shoud get plots of sunshine this should nova be allowed to shine directly into ills eyes or ful upon his face IHe has neither pigment in his tender skin nor hair on the top of his pink little head to proeothim against the light rays It is little short of cruelty to animals to ay tin un fortunate baby on his back In a troughlike perambulate or baby buggy to deep and well paddo that he can not even squirm to load him down with clothing and wraps or even actually strop him down so that bl can lift neither hand nor foot and then to wheel him about for hours wtlh his little tale turned up to the full gaie of the light and even tile direct rays of the sun Here Is where the foundation of many u case of headache of Irritable nerves of fretfulnesswith Its nccom panying Indigestion and sleeplessness is laid Look at the faces of these I poor little human cocoons and you will tee three times out of five that while they are bravely trying to make the best of it and to accept it good numorcdly their tiny countenances erE wrinkled Into the universal frown of perplexity and protest By all means get the baby into time open ar day and night but see to it that ills eyes are protected from the direct glare either by a hood or I sunshade or by turning Ills back to- ItNew York Sun I Fishing by Telephone I Consul Louis Goltlschvnldt of Nante France makes the report that a use for the teiepiioim in lislning las Just btKtn invented In Norway A iiKcro phone tie 10 s of wlilcl roneibls in ai pllfying submarine sounds is smut up ntiin wuter tigtt steel box nail kept hr constant communication by metallic wires with a telephonic receiver In stalled on Je fishing both It is stated that wlth Ms apparatus the flih rmnn is 4lwsys Informed of the approach of fish Moreover it is sold that each kind of fifth gives in the iuvtrument a particular sound Thus We arrival of Herring is signalized by a sort of whistling the codMsju an nounces Ha arrival in the neighbor hood by a sort of grun- tingSEEDS Backbeei Full ot Life Northern Grown Pedigreed Seeds lave a reputation of 38 years ol successful teed growing behind them 1t pays to the batS- easonable Specialties BEANSEarliest Red Valentine 350 Bushe- lRelugeeEslra Early 323 Bushel New StrlnlleasGrem Pod 370 Bushel Wax 1450 Bushel Davis New White Wax 47 Bushel Cnrrie Rust Proof Wax 4so Bushel PEASBain Alaska 3so Bushel New Early Gradus 550 Bushel Ilorsforda Market Garden Bushel Buckbees Lightning Express Jjxx Bushel RadUh Tomato and a full line ol priesSendre rementand will MoneyWritetoday H W BUCKBEE1288 BocUM St Hotkford Sted font Rixkor la f p r t fit y a CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof Ir- Ose For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIAi TLeearaeaePAay NEW YORK Oln I OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 12P THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICANa 129 YEARSOf Honest Business Reputation i is Back of Every j- MOUITMENT I SOLD BY US btbt GEOa4lSCNEL SONS E = RROF RIETORB = I Owesnboro Monumental Works E 41 412414 B Molt St Yards 214216218 Cloy St b = OWENSBORO KENTUCKY lfi bGet Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You Jj = Money on All Good Honest WorK = A 4000 Shorthand Contest Tho greatest contest the world has ever known and CHARTER students finished 172 words AHEAD of all others proving to be the GREATEST WRITERS in the U S The fourth week they wrote 72 words a minute new matter the eighth week proved equal to Civil Service exam ination and at the close wrote from 180 to 200 words a minute newspaper matter and read their notes like print Twelve weeks lathe average time to graduate with this modern system Enroll nowlearn the best Shorthand Bookkeeping and Shortcuts in figuring Positions guaran teed Day afcd night sessions CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESSr P 37 arid 1025 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky r 1 1 p w vri r II n S r 4 I 1 4 7 wrL A I c J t ee t 4- ia 1- i f I t d- r i I t J t d J 1 1 lt f I Tiartford Repuwican A trd aeeordlnk iaVUir at tae JPo GtfetHMtferd Ky ft mall fitter ot the ro e y + 1 J CM BARNETT EDITOR ftZLlaXOtrEC M40- a uCh asveM21i1r FRIDAY JANUARY 8 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative W S Dean For CIrcuit ClerkE G Barrass For County Judge R R Wedding For County ClerkW S Tinsley For County AttorneyC E Smith For Sheriff T H Black For Assessor Bernard Felix For School Supt Henry Leach For Jailer W P Mldklff For SurveyorC S Moxley For CoronerDan W King They are greasing the axles of the water wagon Missouri pushed tile Oil trust rig off the dock If the tiwatlng waNt were abolish edsome men would not know low to spend their money Richard Croker is going Into IIeggIt is to be feared that seven years In the Presidential eliir is tnougB to spoil even toe sweetest ItPmperI bizJudging by the Ten nesoo night riders were M Sunday School when the Ijncblng occurred j A university patron says that he has spent 5000 on tho education ofthe Jijs son and has only got a quarterback In China a ruler is called another name after too Is dead In America lie is called all kinds of names while lie is alive The disappointment of one batch of world enders doesnt seem ito hav e the slightest effect as a warning to the next lot xwtdMr Abe Ruef P king of grafters Kiys he hopes to got justice from the Supreme Court of California To which we say Amen Senator Elkins has bought a bank says the Detroit Free Press It cer tally mutt be nice to be able to do that sort of Christmas shopping Congress Is riled because Mr R oathreeveJt ordered the od Pennsylvania road station razed Congress will be fortunate If he doesnt order the members nil thrown into Jail soont and the jail blown up i Tlie sooner our law makers cease tinkering with the tariff the sooner will we get over the effcU of the recent panic which in our opinion was caused largely through the threaten fag of both parties to overhaul our present tariff nw It Is reported that the next Dem ocratic Legielature will repeal WeI bypartisan Board of Control for theJ charitable institutions Tills Is one good reason why a Democratic Legis lature should not bo elewtied this alltThe next legislature should alto place the Prison Board under nonpartisan control If the ofthePanama Ca nnl are mode up of such material as tho Governor of the Canal zone we for thatthe criticisms which ane being mode agalcst tho management of of fairs dawn there may have some ba sis Governor Blackburn spent a life time and wore himself out lighting Republicnils in Kentucky and at the time the President picked him up and gave him this 14000 Job his usefulness for any position of importance 10 liad entirely dlsapi redawl this fadt was fully recognized the Domocra cy of Kentucky acme years agowhen they laid hint on the shelf THE TARIFF AND WOOL Millions of dollars have been invest ourstrutwtries or products Tlioiutuuls of men are dependent for their livelihood up 01 date OWIloymcntl whftr this Industry provldeft It would be gnoealy unjust len to destroy or oven to impair abu I nee of this iniporoime and which fio no one denies has been bunt up under the shelter of a protective tariff No public imtoreet to be compared in magnitude whir that of the wool in dust y cake for reduction in the duty niid Congress should not listen to any suggestion that a reduction DO made It will ooicJeapentho poor mana cloth lag but It wit deprive the ipoor mat te of thousands of dolhirs wilch ibe4ow rcoelvos from tho sails of viroul and lonr lambs and dopostt that money into lie iasnds of tbe rich Australian eiicop rowers or abnoat as bad into ttoj y l JJ f AJr I pock pe ba aaafectnretatcl Nqifpr the Iron teectton orUi slottols will for a moment eon s to strike duty on any of tb articles why mould the woolen in dustry be selected as a target when it Js possible for sheep growing to be engaged in by more people tiian any of fcho various anUclcs enumerat eM RossBrown Marriage I I ALaud7Bro4Jat the Planters hotel parlors Wednes day afternoon by Rev W D Now lD pastor of the Third Baptist church Both patties are well connected In Oenteriowri and were accompanied this city by the foJowlng p pl- o1kDJ McKenney Mr and Mrs J L Sihltih and Mrs E M Morton OvwTJfrboro Jfeeeengco Doings of the City Council fThe HaiWord Council met in regular monthly eesslon Wodoesh y evening atrd wound up nil of told le business for tho year 1908 The re port of the tax supervisors was re ceived which showed tie taxable iwo P erty of the city to bo about 450000 TOo tax rate was fixed at 75c and 1 thtyears Lade A largo number of is were allowed The final statement for the year A contract which thud been made by a suboornmittee cons lslslafdcr of councilmen Simmerman Gt4f nndIeto e tween 2000 and 3000 cubic yards ofi crushed limestone rock for street lUr poses during Ue year 1909 was tom led by lie council Clerk C M Crowe filed his resignation and Mr George Lewis was elected to succeed him filing bond which was appro ed by the council and ho at on look iic oath of office and rtsamn e d Ills duties Jibe City Attorney was directed to take steps to acquire for city on the street known ns Hardlnsburg road adjacent to the Janda of Capt 8 K Cox sufficient ground for street and sidewalk pur poses The City Attorney was also directed to take necessary legal steps to secure the building of sidewalks on all streets in Hartford wihlchhavo been hrotofore ordered and the v der has not been complied with The City Council being without a place for meeting has rented the room over Lyons grocery on Center street for meeting place for the present year r Dr and Mrs Pendleton Entertains A elegant Ij oclock dinner was Riven In honor of Miss Arline Cook of Kuttawa Ky to the officers and members of Co H at the home ofand Dr and Mrs E B Pendleton on Union street on the evening of Jan 2 The dinner was served in courses and declared by all present to be too most dellgtoful re past of the season The evening was spent in playing various games and in other amuse i merits The occasion in every respect was a most felicitous one and v3S Kent and fcosess are to be congratu lated Those present were Capt DeWeese Miss Monroe Lieu Woodward Miss Popple Nail Oorpl Kaawn Miss Rush Rlley Musician A1 c- Hsoni Barnett Miss Anna E Keown Serg Raymer Tlnsley Miss Alice n Private Root HallburtonMlss TaylnrjiMcHenry HolbroqcMiss Mary Marks Musician Trimble Pen dleton Miss Arline Cook Frank Fere n Miss Catharine Pendlotion Pri vats Weston Moknoon Anasta Patin JMusicalIn tbe dines wliicnl Hartford College was the musical center for this sec flan I in turn with other eastern teuJb ue bad charge cf the music de partnront piano and organ During miost of Oho succeeding time I have tau bt a taw pupils at the request of former patrons Now wtpeeolty re quires that I resume teaching in cnrJiKBtand I bespeak a ribnro of Hart ford patronage A chloral class is being organized meet at my house Friday night Al Interested in dhiorus singing era in vlted to conw but by their presence 0 they do nd3 obligate tbomsolvcs to become members li- LIZZIK W THOMAS College NoteswThe following young men and ladiles matriculated at Hartford College at of the beginning of the third term first of Monday in January Collegiate DopaadanentJolla H Alsje Baughn Roma Baize JoseP Brownd John Carter Edith Duke Df Duke Ula Dunn Erncat Duke Vig Morton Ctrl Irk Ethel Rathe his Winnie Rains Dolmer Stewart Marlona Simpson Barbara Shultz Otis Taylor Sub ColeglateDenmo Blair Henry Boaner Matte Rogland bNoticeI will handle at my place at Cen out Ky during the season of- 1809t1to oil famous Silver Cross Stall knows as the S D hirers horse Your patronage BoJlcltCdi r M ALLEN to- r22U Oentertown Ky ABSO01 ii tYc r n i ROMhNCEseek- In Iw Willis Smiths RuMin r Away From College Left Only to Avoid Haters Ya1 tofCaveandKidnappers 1 UntrueJftl r oi I told first story of being drugged doand kidoapptil andiId raptfved u cave to gain tlmesa d ViHlasinlthH Use State University student who re turned to Kentucky antes EU imysjF lous absence of several monijhal 1 People at OweoBbomswanmcd mo and f wanted to 800 iny btiobh gore I said anything he oomtAnu ed I told too story of tie caw t get a little peace mhat was the way young Bmllih explained his weird tnlej told at Ow ecsboro na he talked tol uisv2e ro portars Smith went to LoutevMle an was nabbed at Tenth street station b Patrolman Cflm nOzzlwho saw Visions of a reward of 275 for the return of young Smith to Lexington It flrae Patrolman Canwnozzl was to i by Oliiof Haager ihut lUwa wee no basis for a reward wart tile staUon watchman felt satisfied for Smith to go on his way He went to the VIc lonia Hotel and ills bro ter Ernest Smith a stalwart attractive youn fellow who had como down from tlw university accompanied him Young Smith says he had ben withni I letter and several threats from thfl students individually hI understood that I was to be inaztd tl1lJ nSgiit I disappeared lie said If they atI t jnpUxl to liazo mel would have been hurt or some of the students Weil have been and Hint would have in vowed my brother So I disappeared i leSt my watch and most of m morleY and good clotties because Ilify- r would partly pay a debt I owed my brothers I took a regular train To Clnclu natl and then worked my Cuy grad ually to a lumber camp In XVisconsln I worked in that camp for a montih and then w ut to Bloomington 111 where I worked in a Chinese Tujstnur ant cooking and waiting until r re tum el to Kentucky Tliafa 10 whole tory he said he looked a iittile ashamed When iie was asfced why lie a lowed his family Ao worry about his whereabouts for so long be said I didnt know anything about the eon eat on any leaving had created was gone a week before thy story was published I never saw a pap l1 wfcdlo was In Wisconsin I want to toga it Ernest Smith the brother who Is still in college was the best pitted young man In the State His laughs at several joking remarks made aibout his brothers wild story had aural slag v joy In them Willis wont go back to college said he if they wanted to haze me last Sep tomber they certainly would want to grill buSy wiijh rae now if I went up tutcre interjected tits young cave dweljef He is going to work at Owenubcno continued the older brother H j may college next fall but probably at Lexlnstxwilt will be bet for him to go to some other colloegef Ernest Smith believes tropllclty the second story by his brother He said until be talked to htm due felt that his brother lard been done away with not from design but accidentally What tad been learned toy flu detec fives who Lad soloed into the hazing at the unlverfiKy ihe would not divulge I lhave found ray brother end he buryIYoung SAiltha family spent consider able money In searching for him after his mysterious dleappeamnoe Iron Let s n in September which together 1thoyis probably tbe only Latin done His many relatives a number whom reside In the western npart this coun y are so proud of the fact that be Is alive and wail tihatthiM usitbouglitailransgression I mlgnitHtlme be etole qnletly away from brother at Lexington and boarded train for parts unknown Tobacco Protection in Canada An Incident JIll Canada brought out itai official report illustrated the- adgtntagoof the Prolectlvft Tariff whit vxirdy argument It IB a import the Increase In the prpduoUoit of tobacco to the Dominion which Las Lean geuoinJy supposed to be lo sated too tar jnorth tot that industry flourish and wad in the essential part The production In the colin k ties ofjBKer rr 1 t Lae rieearroM 000000lttart ii 1 7t1I i j ia 19Ec- otreebn obgat edd a tpecie aultablei4o conv lcs lolo plug for chOwlg and emoklnjg line production Js all being consumed in Canada serd has niaiterialiy Jl0d the tlanwad Co forelfla tobacco Peot ihasmade some knportaat changes In the Itertft that will operate In extending and en rnoeonly for home onsumptlon but lot export Worcester Telegram r Qp rterly Report yr OP THE i M Henry Depo- sitB7SNK KyeuAt the Close qf Business on the 031stDay of Dec Ip08 RESOURCES Loaneanddiscoante15819 85 76028Du421719XBanking jionse and lot 828005 Specie wI2J30Currency 2 07100I 185404iquarter paid Total 13091817 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid IninCash 1500000 420g1 check on which pald11901b3TlmeccrtlUcatesuf deposit on which Interest Is paid 390873 1587020 Total 3001817 AUPPfEMENTAIW Highest amount of indebted ness of any stockholder person company or firm including In orInal members thereof directly or indirectly each indebtedness exceeeds 20 per cent of paidyplus oI the bankJ None Highest amount of indebted ness of any dlrentor or oQIcerlf amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cant of nationcapital stock of bankNoneS-ee See 583 Kentucky Statutes Does amount of indebtedness of any company or firm including in the1iablllty of the company or the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 80 per cent of paid np capital and actual snr pins No Were all losses in therefrom perIthedividendfund before said dividend was 5SeeE tssCOUNTY S J Tichenor President McHenry Deposit Dank a bankorgattlzedlNov 1907 rocatcd in tho town of McHen ry ID said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is liftall re conditionbusiness on the Slot day of Dec andbellehIncssof saint Dank has been transacted ut tho location named and not reportIsorStatewhicheachBanscribcd and sworn to before me = by S J TIcKenor the 31st day of Dc- ember1908 C M Nail Notary Public aiy Oominisston expires Jam 211912 B J Tlctonor President JDE F Render Director WeokLuncjs Bronchitisw For over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis con sumption You can trust a medicine the best doctors ape prove Then trust this the next time you have a hard cough The beet kind ofa taitlmonUlfJ Bold for over sixty years asspyroaroeLoa 3Lup l o ar SAUAPAhILUzers I We liaT no lrltl Wo he fOrmulM of all our iodleiiiM rsgtNtrA r as r 1 I deport97c n nT D mJm Roo1WortK3 At the Close of Business on the 3Ist Day of Dec1908R- ESOURCES t541eba80tDuo from National BanksSS70LS4Pae From State Banks and Bankers 128893 409027 bolis fand tot 865724 SpecIeaCurrency 516540 585344 and Fixtures 8224 91 Total tS574961 1 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In lnN cash 1500000 Surplus Fund II 100000 Undivided Profits J 88881 Deposits subject to on which in terest Is not paid 1744422 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is paid 2068298 88107420 Bills rediscounted 260000 Total5740001 1SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebted rerson ing In the liability of the com or firm the liability of the Individual members there of directly or Indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of chitaadoeactuually paid 1amount of surplus of the bank None Highest amount of indebted ness of any director or officer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank See 588 Ky Statutes None D amount of indebtedness of any personcompany or firm Including in the liability ot the company or firm the lla Individual memo hers thereof exceed 80 per cent of the paidup capital and actual surplus No Amount of last dividend none dcclJ Were Al expenses losses in terest ind taxes deducted declaringdividend than 10 per cent of net pru tsIof the bank for the period ered by tho dividend carried cdivldPndSec 600 Kentucky Statutes decldIAre any branteh Institution beEing conducted by your bank No STATE OF KENTUCKY tCOUNTY OF OntO J 8S Jn Dunn Cashier Itockport Deposit bank a bank organized Intthe year 1904 located and doing business In the town of Rockport Int saysthepacts a true statement of the con of the said Bank at the of business on the 31st of Dec 1908 to the best of knowledge and bullet and further says that the business of said Bank been transacted at the location bnood bysa1d blU1k8Dd the above report Is rondo in compllt ance with an official notice received designatIngday on which such shall be mdeEsworn to before me by J R Dunn cashier the 31st day tfor2piresJ R Dunn Cast1er W P Her Director dLohjs Qnartcrly ReportDOFTH Bank of Centertown DAtthe 31st day of Deeb1908 RESOURCES wan and discounts 6599392 1200100Overdrafts Due from National 308726Bankinghouse of Specie 216941 Currency 452000 668941 92CurrentQuarter 164806 Total 8260472 LIABILITIES Capital stock paidinin 1500000SurplusFund = 369232Depositsonw ich interetjs hot paid 2624291 G02a7Q1 Timecertificale8oldepos Iii8Illsredtscounted f 250000I Total r j 8260472 STJfPLEMENT RY riHlgheal iiripunt of indeDfedheea of any stockholder person company or r Jr rttll IIIri srtnt 9EI1UI IIEMBEI9J5s m j I I Will K Iaf t lif WaslnftAifdr is pit frl P C c jt CONGRESSMAN THOS GALE Hon Thos Gale who was elected to Congress from Alaska la well knownon tlio 1aclfio slope whore he has resided IIU Washington address is 1312 Oth St N Y Washington D C- IVeslsington D C Perms Drug Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen Ican cheerfully recommend Peruna as a very efficient rem edy for cougbs and colds r Thomas Cale Hon 0 Slump Congressman from Virginia wriwst I have used your valIf rt nable remedy Peruna with beneOclal results and can unhesitatingly rggom mood your remedy as an invigorating tonic aud an effective and permanent cure for catarrh Manaltn the Ideal Laxative Ask your druggist for free Peruna Almanac for 190- 9firmiacluding In the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly it such indebtedness ex eeds 20 per cent of capital stock acv paid in and actual amount ot surplus of that bank None I Highest amount of indebtedness of director or officer if the amount t I of such Indebtedness exceeds ifft per cent of paidup capital stock of bans NoneSee Section 583 Ky Statutes Does amount of Indebtedness of any company or firm Including in the liability of the company or tho liability of the individual r members thereofexceed 30 perCent of ipaid up capital and actual surplus No 7 Amount of last dividend 180000 Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not loss than 10 per cent of net protlta of itke for the period covered by the carried to the surplus fund said dividend was declared YesIAre any branch institutions being 4Jconducted by your bank NoJ 4 OF KENTUCKY County of Ohio ser H H LewlsCashler of Dank of Cen a bank organized o ehruarpfi1904 located and doing bust ness oil Wain street in tho town of Centertown in said county being sworn says the foregoing report In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the se of business on the 31st day of I ec 1908 to the tot my fcnowl = fit edge and belief and further says that the buslnes of sold bank hasbeen transacted at the location named sad elsewhere ouch thkt no branch saidbarkport is mado in compliance with an official notice received from the Sec= retary of State designating the 31st day of Dec 190S as the day on whlcjb such report shill be made l + Subscribed and sworn to before me by H xHjk Lewisjt caetoler the 2ndday January 1909 1 V JMyH IL LEWIS Cashier J B MADDOX y t4OE a BARNS b i 1Jf I 1 Directors Alr I r + hSeveraliIIng iandsknqwn 04 tlib JF Collinfj tfarm distance about andfieaverDane Haford thalt acre lottrontnlg the n WH e Ed1JotS1teFoi J1ce and t= s anpJyfn W JIof BII CtiItn ro y XWiW+ 1 1 kis 1 xy ki a4 4 4 r 1 r + 9 a t Lr I f I ww r VEs oUR BUT THEY k oN HAVE f oN WE HAVE LEfT or THE LINES or GooD IT YoU KNoW To BUY JUsT GoING To sELl AND NoI WE HAVE LEfT or WE sHALL sELL ATa ti t ST One and See Our I Fepublican l r FRIDAY JANUARY 8- iliatI olsContral Table llortl murd Nenlli Bonnd o121duellalm- f y No1Ir due 248 p No tit dnS621O- rt r r 1 M MET TIME TADIE I Three learn Hartford evert Sunday j morning at II clock returning IIrrln Tban- day I I E Old Some things that help to nm2cd old t age like tb t bloom cf ycutlh ji w l Darn how to forget 4 1 S Mnga L Keep ypur nerves well In bend and It Inflict them on np one I Master the arJ of saying plepsant tbdngar Y DO not expect too mucba of your f1j Iflends k Make wbkteverr work comes toYOU believe aU llJJo world wIcked j q d unkInd p Neyer forget that kind words anaa- re tf f rsnrIls cast notttlng but priceless t libel rZ as you vulda bet by df take your toy Hartford Drug Cronpany wand tell- your to do likewise pure s fair dealing drugs a kJU dtbmiat l and reasonnble sat listaction tull Rno or Tsarist Ar 1 t acbd eta yOItle a Supplca f carrIed oat al time 11J to r Incorporated I carbon can be had lit thisbfflce e i no baWe for only 25c at Ilera GrocerY Zone pound new mIXed Nuts ot 4Ier s 0 eryIf0f17c r 40e Bon ilV a Cayndy far army 250 at I4ers- t 1 f erYL liTlettirtiedImin1 J few days to Mrs1 W Pl 4ekockpont4r iDlRk Pleasant am Ill- rMst We isuaalof bts brethec city i j 1 t dente r to A06 Et Ibriet IItItWHIliIuQIUJQ 1A llW41 11 4 Ix v 1 1 a f f Jy j c 0 tRESoLVED AT SMo J H ONLY THiNG T1IATFALIS This OTHEEARO- UR PRICES ARE bb IN ON soME of OuiiI- eRY B1 VALUES WE- DONr Y LEF PVERSJUS i PRICES HAVE FALLEN LJ1AVENT FALLEN sHIPPEDIN fAKE sTUff trtEy ALL1N WHAT REGULAR MERCHANDIsE IMPOSSIBLE EXACTLY WHAT YoUARE MORE WHAT oUR WINTER GOoDs sACRIfICE PRICEs Sale on Cloaks kwBEGINS TURDThY And Continues WeekCome Values lt Hartford RallroadTlme- D- Nol8rdae405am Yo11due1t80pm a- uNo1Oxdner48pm A41rW Make Age Beautiful disagreeable congcmlalI ftnaclslrresbo discouraged otbere 2Ldono prescdpt1one nelglbOrs prlcea1nsure 1oncryand HARTFORDDRUG COMPANY- a twrlter 36c0i1ve Jt OMiPU Ohoaolatoor pTolin- Dla1r rtfI bearDrayton TIME COMING WANT Donet forget Fairs onebalf price Sales Saturday continuing one week Take your Suits to Potty the taJ lor aid tare them crowed and Schroeters studio over Republican office Como early Saturday to Fairs Onehaf moons that Our Cloaks wont last long No fake sale Ve mean what we say All Cloaks an hat price at Fairs Saturday Our 20 Cloaks onehalf price meant that they go At 10 beginning Satur day at Fairs An opportune time to buy your child a OloukSaturday atFairs One hhif prIce remember Take your Clothes to Fred Robert eon and have them cleaned and pressed AU work guaranteed Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford n F D No 1 will answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour itf Mr It F Holder of DolsnIe Misslss- Ippi was the guestot MIr W H MMlZY and family a flew days last week Halfprice Ccalt 6aIe beginning at Fairs Saturday Iok at the tag dI- vide by 2 und you got Ulu price aims HYD McHenry left Wednesday for Louisv11te1o visit brat son She will be gono for stevernl months Mr V P Allen and family Flint Springs halve mOved fnto the PMpps property oaLlberty street Hartford Dr H J Dell who bad m ho guest hlli parents and Other ron tives during the holidays returned to IoulsvblleVedaer day Mrs S J Hawkins and daughter Mi1 Karts will return Sunday from t two weeks visit to relatives ftt Pa duce i Ky and COarestop Mo rASter vleittag hers parents ohOO dur ing the HoUday Mies Wlnrnro Stevens and MIr 3iCDOwe11ogle returned to georgetown where they reerltetuds- oluool Messrs Lognzl M SrmLb1 Roches terOJice Everly Mltanzas Muck Cook Arltdld George W Rowe Con tertown ErtqJ IL 3111es Iandse were among our ca4lers Tde day Do you rmat a lfeal1kepoers1t of some door ono Who bas pas od away Dont Blve sagatlploturee to some tmveling jMWhomyoudknt 1mo y Ql tan etoo ot9dc tM work for you y 3iM- M C E RalyijndC F Wat laceIUIneitTaimes Sai wnWte91 Hunt foal Iilsci WP MiilorlHoralBranah 3sq Wi nBdg Mayan O1 A- lddlesandByIi Wftheuof 1eeareve tW1 W re mong o Gall ere daya J t e- I Sar 1- l r 1I your furs to U S Catsot- and ge chec hd 2tt Glv Daytona great reception ran7 uary 16 lIe will onterlulti ypu Not u carrwoOvcr Cloak at Fnfrt nil neW late dbuttbe pn e is cut one haif to two befinningS8turd- aIY Women Skirts nicely cleaned and neifly pressed by Fred Robertson at the Yo M C A building Give htd a trial Dr Clarenco DeWeese iordsyIHe was the guest of his btpther Cape J- JI DeWoos city last Saturday anll Sunday Mr Itoy trand wild o- fEaraington were the guests of Mr IdDins J n orreste und family Sat urdny and SUnday Avail yuorset oat the big oppOrtun Sy and buy a Cloak at Fairs Saturday Trtro price is cut oneLai In two Dont forget Misat Arlino Cook of Eddyy1lc whO has been visiting Miss Kntfq Pendla ton during the noUdtlS returnee home last Sunday Mr C T Edwards a Ipromnent farmer ot1 Roslno nelghbornood died of a paralytic Mroko Tuesday He had not been ill prvlous to thy attack and death resulted veryi soon thereafter tills remains were ntenred at the Mldktrl cemetery yesterday Mr and Vr C T S Overton on- terlained ot their home neqr Small irous December 29 1908 In hon or Of the 19th annIversary of their marrIage There were fortyogit of their friends present A nice and boun tul dinner was spread Whlcli was enjoyed greatly by aU present- From 0 Jan 6 until Jan 15 you can secure admission to J CtHers ro tating library for only 115 the regular price being 150 Among IJlc latest books that have arrIved are Tbe Trail ot the Lon omo Pi11e The Man From Brodneys The Gut of Quesnay Lewis Randy Tire Lit tle Brown Jug nt Kildare and many others The Hartford Tobacco Wurcbouse Is again crowded with Itobaclo TIle Imperial Tobacco Company began reoe4v- lag ugain on yesterday but owtug to the recent tobacco Eea on It Js feared the house avS11 soon be overwhelmed ugalu Tte company has been somewhat lDlOOrnlned by Its inability to employ laborers to work up the to bacco on hands fast enough to fur nlM more room Esq H D Taylor and E Aus- tIn Prends J W TRyor Rob Roy M F Hertel Rockport L S Smith and JW Baker Render L D Lon ey McHenry L M Lewis No preek Joe Eskrdge Fordsv11Je John L Al len Deaver Dam C K Reneer Oen tertown W H Reid Prentis lfin roe Lee Taylor brines Esq J H Miles Paradise W E Baker Sumur SprIngs Dud tuUas EtikrldiejFocds vJlle were among our can ris Monday Tho Bible offered by tbe county SUn day school offleers to the District Sun day school secretary makIng the best report of sehoola has been awarded to Miss Mary Taylor Qf Cromwell district who made a report of every school In her dlsWct wMch was a model in oomp1e mess both as to the membership of schools and amount raised for county and state purpOses rFhe Bible which Is an ole gnat one wm be on exhtbltionin the show window in GrllCi1ns drug Bore for a few days or until caded for by Miss Taylor We publish In this Issue statements of thecondltlonof the foUawdng banks of Ohio Countyl at the close of the year Bank of Hartford Ohio County Dank Rockport Deposit Dank Dank lOt Contertouu and the McHenry De post Dank Weinvte a careful examination of thcoo reports from our mid em feeitJ sure that they wil find these to bo the strongest and best- managed institutions In Qhlo county Troy aTe all officered by capable ohol est buslnefs men who at all times look to the enfety of their depositors and at the SIIIl1o time endeavor to IU- comodate tOO public Notwlthstaad- lng thesevere panlctlirnughwlitohwe have just pai thesslpsht ops shOwn growlth and are n lltto- O Io coutUy t Notice iffy order of the Ohio Fhcal- Oourt parties owing spbscr1ptaodson- the Hartford Owensboro riks i1r directed to caU on John T Moore hroosuret of Ohio runty anI ettl- e3neattheir esailost convenience =lend rBoyd Atthe home of the brdoq paarmta- bfr and Mrs Jt B Boyd Mr Emmet Render end Mles Jessie Boyd were united In tuetrdage WednoEday evesi trig set 6oclock p m After limo ce- rfmonya beautiful rccotrtlorj was ton d them by Mr and Mni Herbert Rely et tJile4r i meT brIde is tho besrtfful daughter of AIr JDoydandmasmany Mepds la the Ji ghb4 Od tiJrJ fesidence TjJ groom is the ac frV Preen bor who likewise has may friends t Tore Republtcantogoher wLWobb fro n exCen4cOpgre dlMldvq and- heat wlehes it tf s Jan 3Mr SMALLNOUS M 1 JlnddoxIAptsyl d I bent several days with hiaparenta 1rUlC1IrnM P Maddox during Xmas Mr and MreR D IlunterjUeedca have returned to their tome Mr Hunter and wIfe win leave Sn the- near future for Colorado where they will go on account of bad Ireaah- tllr W C tWerhuis and Wife spent Xmas week at lIartrord tile guests or 4hGir parents Mr and Mrs Joe pennett Mrs Lizzle Withrow Is still quIte sick Mrs Billie Withrow Is much worse at this writing and rnnnoL possIbly lat many hours If there s not a great clnage lilss Butte Rowe who hoe been visiting Mr arid Mrs J C Drake for several weeks will leave today for CentCTtDwniJ re slit and her latAi rwho Is working on the railroad will make their holno- 3ressrs J RlUld n D Hunter and wives and US6 Ethel Hunter spent 1Ururtday the guests of Mr and Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo- Mr and Mrs J R Hunter entertained Mr and Mrs R D Hunter or Utica M1sa Maggie Hunter Nr and Mrs J C DrakeMitses Birdie ROwc Ethel Hunter and Mr and Mrs SE Hunter Now YearJ day Severni railroad mon are at Small hcusand will begin work Tuesday Mrs M P Maddox who be boon quite sick for a feW days Is much better11r Opplo Kittingers children who have beEn quite sick are better Mr and JLrP Alva Callowny and daughter Miss Maude were guests of Mr and Mrs Henderson wnby near Centertown New Years day MfiS Mary Blackburn Jacksonv1jle- Tennesfi ej is vlsttdng her parents near here Mr Will Stevens was In Our m4dst last Tuesday Mr and Mrs W T LAwrences ba by Is quits sick ot this writing I1tcheJl Bal s wile and two children who have been quite Slck ore better- lfay success attend tttel Repubtlcan and Sts may readers- QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE OHIO COUNTY BANK AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 31 1908 SOURCES Loans ad Discounts 4672200 Overdtaftesecured 139604 Overmfts unsecured 33823 23 Du from National at DaMS 687210 Due from SnolA Banks and Bankers 46193 733403 Dunking house and lot 500000 Other Real Estate 250009 Other Stocks and Bonds 305038 Specie 396589 Currency 144900 541489 Exchange for Clenrings 53711- Oher14e2ns carried as Cash 62206 Furniture nut Fixtures 60000 Current expense rant quar ter 75967 Debts In sut 109086 Reel Etsate for debt 36821 Total 7553348- a I LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid Irvin Cub 1600000 Surplus Fund 60000 Undivided Prof4t 57263- Depcsts subject to check on which Interest Is not paId 860794 Ttmecertlficltes of depot4t on whloh laterest Is paId 4945301 Btis rediscounted 150000 V Total iI 7153348 SUPLEMENTARY HIghest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or fIrm Including In the liability ot the company or firm the IInbll- ltyof the Individual members thereof directly or IndIrectly It such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paId In and actual amount of surplus of that banktitiNoneHighest amount of Indebtedness of an- dlrector or officer It the amount of such 1ndebtodgeas exceeds 10 perC cent of paIdup capital stock bank Nona See Section 583 Ky Statutes Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or fIrm Including n the liabllity of the company or firm the liability of the individual m3 exceed 30 per cent ot pillup capItal and actual sur pluel NoJ AtpQunt ot last divIdend NoneJ Were all expenses losses Inerest and taxes deducted therefrom before de daring dIvIdend and was not less thap 10 per cent of net profits of therbank for the period covergd by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was de jc1 d bNone declare dr a8ection686 l Statutes Nov1 rI 1907 located and doing SJAnIiI OlTl CKYvCeaatyot Ohio fS Bl O frel entOh4D County fl 1 pt I Lm ill H AFTER INVENTORY m Ii II M departJjments Lion Acting on this we will start a series of stock reduction sales Notice the display in our windowfbof Childrens ready to wear Hats a at 39 cents Notice in the store rn display in different sections 11 r m goodseasonable goods at prices W that will certainly move the goods It will pay you to watch these spe cials Ever notice that we do not keep souvenirs but that every department we pretendto sellmust be cleaned up and turnedoften Start the New Year right DEPEND O- NBARNARDU Harrtfc CO U ffib1 Dank a Dank organized September to 1906 located and doIng business No street In the city of Hartford In said county beIng duly sworn In says the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the con dition of said Dank at the close of business on the 31st day of December 1908 to tbe best ot ils knowledge and belief and furihr says that the business of said bank has been trans acted at the location named and not elsewhere that no branch banks are being conducted by said bank and that the above report Is made In cpm pllanco wIth on official notice recely ed from the Secretary of State designating the 31st day of December 1998 as the day on which such ipont shall be made S K COX iPres HENRY HALL Z WAYNE GRIFFINS K COX Directors SubscrIbed and sworn fo before mO by S K Cox the 6tlh day of January 1909 R R RILEY N P O C- 1Iy commission expIred Jan 18 1910 QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE BANK OF HARTFORD AT THE OLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31 1908 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 17899051 Overdrafts 83595 On hand and In Danks 6813365 Checks for Remittance 46819 Banking House and Lot 3OOO00 Furniture and Fixtures 100000 Total 124242830 LIABILITIES OapltailAtGCk 4000000 gurplas1600000Uhdivlded Dlvfdend No 43 16000- 0kp its I 18321299r rlbtal 24242830 JNOT MORE Cashier J WFORD H P TAYLOR I JOHN r CTHOJLASDirectors Sube bed and sworn to before me byJobn 1 3ipore the 2nd day of Jan 1909 C M CROWS N P- My ecmmit1an expires Jan 31910- We respectfully cell your llottinltlon true above eta eanent of the con- dItion of the Dank or Hartford You wlll notice the continued growtl the strength and prosperity Of this Instltutionwhtcll Is due to the sup port and paronw e of our friends for which we are duly thankful and apprecIate This Dank hue resources ol over 24200000 and with our capital of OOOOOO and stockholders additional liability of 4000000 and surplus and undIvIded profits of over 1750000 our depositors are sufficiently guaranteed agaInst any loss OUr officers pledge themselves tQ serve your Interests faatbfully when you intrust your business to us- Respectlully J W FORD President REAL ESTATE FOR SALE about We have 70 acres ot good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and halt miles from SunnYdale dIrect ly on the M H E n n Good dwelling and Out buildings NIce young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water 76 acres at DavIdson Station on the Owensboro branch of the I C n IL 60 acres fine bottom land will grow 54 or 80 bushele corn to acre 16 acres of rolllng land very ferUle Two fine Springs everlasting water bounded On tb South by rough Creek Dwelling story and halt eight moms new located South Bide Clay street Hartford Ky PrIce and terms reasonable New lour room cottage In Thomas addItion to Hartford near railroad Good stable garden and never fall ling well of soft water House and lot at the corner of Clay and 1Vns4dngton streets now OWned by E CnabtmYe Tnilsls oneof the finest locations tn Hartford and- thb property Is in go repair House troiltains nine rooms and there lis a- rieserfat4ng spring of FQft water on pro tot Tads property can he purchased wt u very lvcronal1le figure Apjrly at once ftS it will not be on b too market long Weodonf own rte property SVo IfC only agents fur vbe owners and our purpose ds to bring together the buyFu and as ler1YSor this ecIWIco h- we tnrge kno No r- cbntgo f if style Is effected LIst Jour property with us or if you want to buy a farm lienee or lot make ydur wants kgiown BARNETT SMITH Agpnfs y- l r 1I J tn ti t t 1 J1 a ti 1ti i 1 J d 4 C r 4 EMON BRING- 1NGf UP THE BOY tlYou Must Teach Him the Pri- T mary Lesson of Obedience First of All l il lust cant bear to have my little boy grow up It seems that it will break my heart to lose my baby And her baby whoops Maw I I tyrant1o go to Jounnles house l Maw why cant 11 Say Maw why lcant 11 Now Jimmy mama doesntt think youd better It will be too late for you to get home tonight Ay Maw you said I could Maw I want to go Maw let me Im ago anywayNow JimmIe IM tell your father on you when iie COIIKS home Hel make you mind Her baby Cant bear to Lave him grow up WLy foe isnt growIng up lIe is simply getting to be a bigger nuisance Vy Uecame she never taughrtMm respect for his mother and obedience There is onlonecuio fortia4 alit of disobedience it is n habit wiUch makes some homos the very abode of tlio lads iustoad of a haven of rest wWch drives souse men to fling down their evening lepers in rage snatch Jimmie snake Jennie and rush off to the club or anywhere out of doors where they can be at peace from aqua bung children Ill tell your fatter on you FJne tiiiug fur u grown woman to say to a little bit of a ciii d If that inotter died honestly fearless ly and steadily required from her children actual Instant obedience from tow time they could undeitrtstnd ind that is mighty early let me tell you ibe would not have to sinnk him more than once In the little affairs ot the household that instant obedience obedlenco with out an answer in return is the price of peace In the bigger affairs involving the upending of money or questions of cone duct outside the home or of actual mor ails say to your son or your duugtvjr This is bow it is You understand this as well as I do nnd make it clear pleasantly and as to one with a growing and active mind Then Now think It over and de cide I think you hues plenty of sense and the right tort of sens Use it If that cure Is pursued with tilt boy or girl you are going to be surprised by tile pelf denial by tho consideration for others by Uie beautiful spirit of understanding teat will be manlfctted Youth is the time of ideals When we refuse to glut our children room to exercise those idais in home life we deprive ouitlvs of a deep pleasure and do the ohildren a serious wrong Teach a boy or girl to obey your slightly word flrtt and do it instantly Yew you can If you cannot what business have you with children about the place at all rn ftn give diem room to choose in roaly big things and lot them abide by their cfiolce No Jitd1o1allc about children being bad when you do these two thing If my three should turn bad right now says one small woman wto is the only controlling force in her family they have hen enough comfort to me already to make up for anything They have alwsys known teat no wits final and Will never quid for amuse ment nor without thought Tneyoby me and korrcd to obey tlielr own goo judgiik Ant Aiid the iwult is comfort anti peace for teem and for me- Obedencvohodtemeoledierx eott- hat hlgn sort that comO very shortly to mean obedience of the child to his own we ldovolor d setxo of rIghttha Js the secret of raising good boys CMcugo Tribune 100 Reward 100 The readers of this vapor will be pleased to Jofirn that there Is at least one dreadd dl etro that science has been able to cute in all its stagehand that Is Catarrh falls Catarrh Cure Is the only postdve cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh w- Ing a coneUtutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca tamli Cure is taken initQrnnryocHni di dostroyinglthe up the constitution and nsMating nature In doing its work Tare proprie tom have to much faiJi in Us cura ve Bowers that they offer Ono Hun dred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure tend for list of testimonials Alddrees F J CHENEY CO To I edo 0- Sold I by Druggists 7Cc TVxko HaUs Family Pills for con Btdpatlon m- ConjugalBliss in 1950 I My love mentioned Mr Sufferer Gette I wonder wonder wbetler you would let me have tho use of my latchkey ibla week f Latdwy t beo owed Lia wife What immn niw i lf Si Wj rmfi I the dickens doe you want with o latch toy my good many Wet my love coughed sIr Suffer erQetle we Bre holding a series of fathers foregatbertnesJn the onlaIoa hal this week when we bone to dots little needlework on behalf of the parlsln poor Hiss Nancy has kindly consented 10 come and talk to us about her recent Farthest North toP and Great heavens roared the irate wife banging riser pipe upon the table to emphasize her words Donlt you know your duty Is at home Besides on Monday Ive goc to attend the Womans Emancipation League Tues day the Sisters of Charity meeting Wednesday tU local policewomens concert Thursday tte Daughters of Toll mature Friday mho Womens Society KeeoaTCli otois and on Saturday our foottmll clubs eaiioker Now dont you forgo your duty is at iiuuie And to it came to lntSTJt Bits Might Have Been Worse I It has been ascertained tint l OOOOI votws fnlld to dolt tleiT tee late Prosdential election That is why tale result does MA look worse for Brcr Bryan I Are From Missouri j fir Carnog sail insists that jnil Uonnires are too most miserable of men but a vast muss of citizens lire exticanoly solicitous to apply toe al lopathic cure io Ms nHIIWIllI Caustic Augusta Ga ought to size the op portunity to lneue u folder Wiie will bet on OhriatinasWttto- or green Weather Bureau wont Some or other we should iike to hear how Geri Ma o Cnina is gettiu aflong i Texas is being Waillaced by Gov Campbell And Texas is not Kansas CityGeorgia really fees es If it were in the Republican party and likes the sensationBoston now has a population of C213S9 souls not counting those Wio havenU any It would be fine to swear off every thing and see what life is like when it Isnt worth living I Santa Olaus might enter into negotiations with Atlas to help elm in the Christians eve distribution American people tat oaehalf tli4r weight in eugar every year candy store like a suoon never breaks up TurkUili women mutt be awfully stroiigmlndwl They have discardhd their veils althougli veils are tile lash ion i Andrew Oirr ele is reported to be worth 350000000 Theres petit of dying dHgiaced in spite of nil his ef forts William H Tuft can get angry too and when he does he sometimes profanes Just tike a man who welgrs 300 pounds would A man knows his wife cant pick out a nuckie for him but die is turn lie can select a hat for his wIreif shed let him- Absence of mistletoe from the market can only be accounted for througH the general spreiid of the bo1eP tent kissing is unhygienic If in eightyfour years there will be no more con In Pennsylvania the inven tor of protectivea from mine explosion may think whats the use Carrie Nation finds more women in the Glasgow Police Court than men and says drink did it Yes nnd no doubt they go home and beat ittwlr wretched husbands St Joseph Mo discerned a bright lumious trbJoot flying 4d eugdiu air Sunday nfgirt followed by a train of light flight have been the Kansas City lid for they say its of Sultan of Turkey appointed Had r Midnat aged 35 a senator altliougn the new constitution requires that a senator must be 40 3rats of the sultan Is more than ever convlnctdl that a corsliltutlon is a most un reasonable thing Warden of Mho Fort Mud ran Ial Ponitenrtftry will provide ballad shirr tailornmdo fcute flower gardtne and grsisey lawns for thr convicts und wail abolish Eo itnry confinement wifi the uddoJon of plenty of comijtiny that- gtcsta I prove iU contention Lnoat more genuine enjoyment for many tin more men in a Penitentiary than out of it SURE CURE- For All Disease of STOMACHLIVER FEAR IS KATUt URALCONSEQUENCE Plastic Gray Cells of Our Brains Stamped With Ancient Terrors The average man would sooner face a 200pound human antagonlstb a 50pound dog vrbich be cDUJdfoboka to death In three minutes fhave eeen a charging ram scatter half ii dozen mo anyone of whomoould ihave mastered the brute in n moment and not one of whom was In ordinary matters a cow ard There are instances on record omen who with their bare bands haye hold and baffled an ugly bull but it was only the pressure of grim nec ssi t tr at ltaugiLot Item rseir powers Put a man against an nnimal and the man looks around for weapons or euppoiV whether lie needs themor not Tliero was a crime when he ill y For mantoday the most lordly of nniniftle was once well sigh the midst humble of bum nil He Las come up out of a state in whIch fear was tin normal condition of oxiMeueefear of vloluence of the dark that gave oppor tunlty for violence fear of falling of animals of being alone And roll 1Ue plastic gray tills of our brains are stamped the o anetontUenoriff a iviig retard of the upward climb of man intro baby snows this record most clearly In mum the prints of heredity are not yet overlaid by the tracks of use and custom and therefore in him we may most easily read ourpastWs tory Hfl Is our ancestor as truly u Earetales of the nge of fear They tell of the days when man was not the master of the earth nor evn a highly considered citizen of tho same but a lunaway subject of the iiifat eating monarohs whose scepter was to and claw a humble plebeian in the presence or trim honored and lijofed aristocrats of woods and fields TVy speak of toe nights w rn our weir sires crouched in the forks of tT and whimpered softly at the dark whlmriered because the dark held eo many enemies whlrapredi softy lert those enemies hsould hear Lipplnooi Magazine CASTORIAForInfants The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature 71of Pulling His gWould be Better i If that Paris waiter was looking for excitement lie should have pulled OW ros beard iufctead of President Fail Heress Watched Fifteen Yeare I For fifteen years I have watcher the working of Bucklens Arnica Salvo and it has never failed to euro any sore bollulcer or bum to which was applied It has saved us many doctor bill says A F Hardy of East Wilton Maine 2Gc at till drug gists m SEEDS Guaranleed to Please Gardener and Planteribouldtesttbesuperior Northern Grown SPECIAL OFFER FOR 10 CENTS- we will tend postpaid our MOUS1 COLLECTION I pr Prlaiadab ra lfSlfUrlBlUlrTt U t eh isro- tAIrarulkstFters Si1100 writ todglSled It matt la h lp parpatead and rKl tM nor Fimoai UnEATNORT11EnN SEEDCO 1J68 hose St It ockford Illinois 1 DontNeglect It It is a serious mistake to a weak heart It is8ucha short step to chronic heart disease When you notice irregu of action occasion ing short breath palpila tion fluttering inn chest or difficulty In lying on left side your heart needs helpa strengthen ing tonic There is no bet tor remedy than Dr files Heart Cure Its strengthening influence is felt al most at once X have used 10 bottles of Dr Wiles Heart Cure and can truthfully say It anythliIdoctor who attended me asked mo what I was taking and I told him Dr Miles Heart Cure he said It was not going to do me any good but It did I have not taken for a year now and while there is occasionally a slight symptom of the cJ troube it Is not enough for me to continue the use of the medicine If I should get worse I would know what to do Take Dr Miles Heart Cure as I did before I consider myself practicallY cured of my heart trouble B U DUNNAM Livingston Texas Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold your druaglit who will guarantee that the first battle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind C tf7 EtTORI1L BorgE1sBlguature fIJof THE VERY BEST otHave any of our readers seen are cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur greatIas that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reachin that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information n that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase tlje I income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and othe- duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of and encouraged to plann a The Grand Idea being thatII As are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation- A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and temporal rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless 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Crowder W C tiCourtand August and continue three weak I to and third Monday Iri May and November two weeks County CourtW B Taylor JudctIih W S Tlntley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begin on the third Monday In January April July and Oc tober Taedaynay inOctober- Other Officers N Moxley Surveyor hreve 8 Vf Leach Aseeesor IU of RoyJamea DeWoeseSchool Superintend onto Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet lingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch 1 Juno 23 September 24 December 24 W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 21 lune K September 25 December 28 W S Lean Dundee March 27 June 6 September 20 December 27 W R Edge Fordsvllle March 28Jun J September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain BedaMarch 29 lune 25 September 28 December 29 Herbert Render CcntertownMarcb 10 June 29 September 29 December 30 scion H Miles nockportMarch tl Tune 30 September 30 December X HARTFORD POLICE COURT H H Wedding Judge J S OUennClt Attorney S H Seibert Marshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church Both Services vecono Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m and 4th 8nday 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunda and Sunday night and fourth Sunda and Sunday night Prayer meeting ever Thrsday evening C P ChurchServices first Sunda In each month at lla m and 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Chrlstlon Church Service every fourtl Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M TlnsleyCMBarnett City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk S K Cox Treas urer R E L Blmmerman C M Barnett E E Blrkhead Wayne Griffin Hooker William and Ernest Ellis bOCIETIESHartford A Masons meet first Monday night In each en BThomuKeystone Chapter No 110 meets ever third Satrday night In each month R RendergRough River Lodge No 110 KnlghH of Pythias meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C R C Porter K of It and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T n PKeownord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T MM thirdrE E iflrkhend Lady Commander keeperPreston Morton Post No4 G A B holds regular meetings Saturday btv the first Sunday In each month F I Porter Commander R A Anders Adjt Ohio Tribe No 183 Imp Order Reel Men meet second and fourth Wednesg day nights In each month Isaac Foster ley Sachem J rfey Foster Chief ol Records Acura Lodge No 339 L O O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 G B Likens N Q 0 M Snultz Secretary OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of NatlonaUOfflcers 0 M BARNETT Pres Hartford Ky L N STATTS VlcePres Trenton 111 O D PAULEY Sec Treas Indiana polls State Officers J C CANTR1LL Pres Georgetown Kr S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam KyOAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky I 0 E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky A Reliable Remedy CATARRH Elys Cream Balm il orb d Gives Relief a l Once It cleanses soothes nrotectAtibrane resulting from Catarrh and driven I away aOold In thefead quickly Restores the Senses of Tate Id SmelL Full size 60 eta at Druggists or mall Liquid Ore for use in atomizers 75 eta Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York I A I 1 7 HIGH1fjftTHe COJYNEROMI SCHOOL iJFTHESfJUTH fODfNd TfLEQRXPNYAPETAUGw DEAUTIrULATAlOGUfS JfDJQURKNSfREEl e C 0 1 tr t v r- v It t ufJio 1 1 r 11 r f QDYar Ev w yxcIoJBl 1 I tr i xlru BARNETT g11 SMITH t I Jr j ATTOKNEVS AT LAW 1iJUHTFORD iCY vlll practlco their profalontdabth t courts ot Ohio and adjoining eeun es and Court of Appeals S cl lat 4Clvpnio all business eatruetefi their care Collections and the CTAC tics of Criminal and fleas Estate twSpecialties Office In neputllcan build I FRANK L ELIX1l r 1 Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Onto and adjoining counties and Jn the Court + Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections o Specialty Office in the lies aid building CHAS M CROWS LAWYER HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appease Special attention given to criminal practice and VbuildingI JNO B WILSONIA1TOBNEJT AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts Ac also Notary Pub lie for Ohio county Office north side public squareR WEDDINGI Attorney at Law i 1WillCourt Prosecutes claims for pensions Eta Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Public for Ohio county Office over Williams Drug Start M L HKAVHIN RIlNESr WOODWAIIP HEAVRIN WOODWARD rit oCfle s at aWs HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention glva Icriminal practice and collections Of free next door to Bank of Hartford i- YAN CY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAWtHARTFORD KY 4WillCourts of Ohio and adjoining counties Notary Bank WH BARNES 8AANDERSOI a BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY fC theyhave l rice of Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation Titles to Real Estate will be jiven special attention Notary In office W II BARNES 8 A ANDERSON i R D DEP- cn 2lrmocIoWoreprteFrees trade tomtla COUNTRIESlbulll1I time Mono aedofrra1ArparaeP- ahntendlnfringtmentPractice fzilukinlrror tome uiftt- CU 1 math itiMt opp ffnlH IUtM rttmt pate II fJ WASHINGTON D C re KILLTHE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery rt c otiliuAND y f OB1OR s is JIi and TRADg MAR Ke e 1THATi III spen e and p you to 1 on 5504Inodd pboto on aketch foe FREE report s so pneuooU o PASINORErERCNCE 1a1e11trrttto rorfnaelde X11 03505 i- WASHINGTONn r FOREIGN VIEW OE- I BUR ASSOCIATION I ji Admits Necessity for Organization a f lb1nth Planter and Broker a I Necessity in the Trade r arlathWerp Belgtum Dec30Tho do- csiatlon made ou November 1last by James B Duke that there shall nu- be yChango matte In the methods off the American Tobacco company and tIhat8n appeal will be taken to the upr court against therecent- decleloii of tin United States Circuit Court rintlng thattne American Tobacco company was a combination in restraint of trade In We first part and the sale of some 66000000 pourlis of burley leaf tobacco made In one deal by the Society of Equity to the all seCond part are two deeds long to be remembered and wlllcn certaindly- V merit to draw thgatttentlon of all tIle tobacco intorc iU not to say to the wthole business word to I Tbi magnitude of the dealers such that ttplalnly scOWS that the Society of Equity Is ds mucl II trust ne tlo American Tobacco company Itselfand las tJlere Is no action taken against the farm m it stands to reason titret Mr james tn Duke Is right to make an appeal to the supreme court and the ollancce are that he wlll WIn nine case There bas been so much saldahdt- herm ls still so much to be said ror and against trues pools corpora onsandall kind of monopolies and 1 lt assoolat4ons that wltJh a view on the two above very striking Instances a cloee study of the quontton fladsna- turally Its place here trostart with I must sty that the antitrust law or Jury 2 1890 en titled An act to protect trade and I commerce against unlawful restraints and monopolls Is so elastic that any f company or IndIvidual selllng their own goods or brands to tile exclusion qf all others or buying certain classes of goods to the exclusion of all I others nxlgbt be deemed guilty or1nl5 demeanor for trying to monopolize etc etc The Intention or this law may be very good but In a business way we to look at the question In quite a different ilgbt and try to fInd out 1I where a trust or monopoly mube beneficial or dtvlmentnl to Individual or to the community and then try Zo find the natuml weapons to right tt or i call law and the courts to the rDucue- i u necessary It is a striking fact and It ought 1not to be forgotten that the American h tj device to E Plurlbus Unum andI where thte device comes tram theI government nay from Itho very eplrl of the nation It Joolql lIke lolly toI tlpht against associations of any U it were not that Jlcy sometimes are formed against the rights and Inter oots of Individuals and of the com munity for the sole benefit of a few and against the rights and Interests of all engaged In the trade and the 1Ubfc generally fr In II free country like the United I States there is no possibility that the government rany other power could restrainpsople from uniting end iron buying with tthekr own money goods which they requlrp or llkls and in such qualities s they wish and In the same way dndlvidulllls and associations are at l beJ1ty to e +ll goods t at the price they desire and In6uch quantities us they wish U But what they are not allowed toe 4do la to attempt to Interfere with the f rights and the ltbenty of thr citizens and WIhen this Is the case the Ito must lItcrlere and ft must bin done tqlckly and firmly 1 The arm of the law Is to protect the- feebleJ agatnat the stronger so as to s insure the same rights to all and iwherever the law Is well understood l and well enfora d there are no mo- nopolles or at least no abuses of me- nopolteoq to be feared If the law yJll guarantee to mBllproducr and dealer protucton against plraUoel methods In oompetI- tion and kasp the higtrway to the- nasketl Dime and gvndlable to them tor the earns tolls charged to the mor pdwerful enterprises they wm man f4fta e to live and thrive to a Vondertul degree r tndLYMuallem to production ooslts iCVantages as well as combination Fndlvidun enterprises not un- conIpnly spring up and tbrive with I1J1 ohadow of thew larger onesi thItC 6nloyi4g none off their Isupy- dQedvantagesI dare y even that ema1vdual ritervrlu wlltOftL iitllve and thrive w111W1 e large enter prlee will fall but bha governmeinti course must tttotly protect bhglc- n I n rights and liberty lttT hecthUifh ls not to Q ttbe beertyof tine queetton J simply- wih1edO place the eubjeoty a I f Ii lr r T i- t j S eA t t whole before your readers and I hope that ft clay Interest some of therm- iJevertlielt bas sa there 1s a ghe hon that would like to look into more closely and that le the qWiUott l Farmers to AYocfaijons Trhecckind of assocla- tions are by no means a new thing For other products than tobacco tinny exist nil over he world and du Stxtn- dinavte wlndreall the farmers work under the eratlve yystem it has wealth and prosperity to all Not many years ago whenevory+ farmer bad to find olet f his milk butter and eggs the country was the poor tine farmers as J rule wore the miserabe and tile farm prOducts very much mixed and often of bad It quality and very badlY handled Through the force of asisoc1al4on and coopergtIolt these farmers have been enabled to erect moll farms and model dairies their products are mow renowned all over the world and the always get a ready sale at the hlgMot marlin trice fur Heir eggs and butter Such associations Js what your farmers ougtlt to aim at They ehould Join their efforts Irith a view or erect- Ing In the different obaoco secUone central warehouses ofItlhelr own witerg all the members should bring on their tobacco In thew warehouses the tobacco ought to be rwllas sorted and cured by the farmers thorn selves andl when they ore ready for market they should tmen be pither packed In hogsheads or cases and setJt tine open market or else sold on the spot either lose or packed and delivered etbor at the wamdhousd or to carried 1ottO nearest ralhrratii depot All this work con be done by the farmer a without any actual outJay ohnon ey All that is needed Is that every planter should bring the tobacco to tine workhouse and do iris share of work I Tile greatest benefit of theso assoc MUons Is that every farmer bas an interest Chet his nelghborwlo niter aU Is then his partnershould plant at the beet grade of tobacco and take good care of it and they will Nlnen soon instruct each other of the hst methods of cuidvating drying seleot Ing toe seed etc etc It will also C enable any ernall plantmf toeaterdhe association where his mille crop will easily be assimilated whereas hoi would often find It very dlfrtcut to dispose of small quantltt to the trade Such an association Is whet jour farmers require for It will enabia thorn to make better and cheaper work than heretofore and consequon ly get better returns for their tobacco In one word the associated farmers wll find areal profit by bang able o give their tobacco the proper careS and plaolng it before the trade to a businessHke und attractive way th3I dealers and manufacturers on the otter hand will find great advantages In buying from toe associations for they Wm be servoo regularly sound and well asserted goods There certainly is great strength and great good In associations and I do hope and wish that after nil the trouble and mischief tbat both thef trusts and auoclaUoo9 have engendered and gone thrdugh e new era ot peace good understanding and ProS perlty will soon set 1n and It is to be hoped that from now on both trusts and associations will work In such II way as to leave the channels of trade tree and open to every hon est and enterprising business man manufacturer and planter so that the Ilaw will never again have to Interfere any of the tobacco interests To make the artlice complete detI me add that blokera agents and lalIers ought not to be forgotten they 1ate a Jl3OOIty between theproducer j and the consumer The broker by knowledge llat tleI dealer and tIle manufacturer require and being well posted wltli too different goods for sale Is sure and eC- ffc1ent guide to the buyer and the brokerage to which die Is entitled en lows him with the proper activity and cheerfulness to bring the buyers a decision which as a general thing JJe is slow eta take To an extent that dew appreciate the buyers have beCome accustomed to be reminded of their needs before making purchases end ft Is dmpera tlve for thIS reason alone that the agent and broker ahouli not be dispensed with eTl1e egenia and broker Incases any between tine seller arM the buyers nm necessary to arrange too smooth down all possible disputes and difference eThe dealer is1n his way a tar more neaesearylink his part Is mostly a financial one The greater patt of trine manufacturers even the iargttt onos are dependent upon the credit given them by the deader and tar from 1Ing to suppresa the dealer It ds nee uary on the contrary to try by aU means 4g protect him In one word the whole pf the tobacco world is and ought to be a vsat codnatlrnityl In which every one has Ida place and protects his 1l1lgblbo- rr Tine planter ought lqltriow and feel that the broker dealer agent anct then iufaotarer are biB iieiyvriends and latter ih turn eugiit 1m hand- maaage to glvetEe ptla+ r turn for 1fIa god mtiere ts eROUgh t r ti l Y nJ tobacco In the worldand good to O atthat4o give every man a good smoke and a good knew and there 1s suliclont money In too world leave rtktn for a decent living to oJ- on Sort are intsrceted W the nob weed and f do I opo that thIs will bathe cafe for all o tus tobacco pool lo- In the Qtllwg year oi EPOUARD NYSSE what lea cold In jbe bead Noth- Ing tb worry about If iou treat It with Elys cream Balm N glocled cold may grow into avsrrilnDd airpassegee be so inflamed that you blYo to fight forevery breath is true that Elys Cream Balm inns tern oatarnhpromptl nut you know the old saying about the ounce of vention Tbevefo use Cream Dalmg1 whim the co d ilithe head sinews ltt- fOll All druggists 60c or mauled by Ely Dros 66 Warren StreetNfW York he Wonderful Feats of Divers ed The feat perfotsned by u Dutch dive recent In going down 175 t ot to tho wreck or dine treAsure shop Dorothea the Thnetlos Reef and remaining there for ncntly two JlOUIS Is t sum conUyremnrlmble performance Nev eltheless it Is not true an has been stated to romo quantxrs thud it ecittb- Iishes a record In dersea diving say Pennons Weekly Tuffs fa held by nn English lIver nnanetl Hdoper wIll rJEcnded 201 feet tire wreck of the ripe Horn lost off the ronst of SoUtltl AA1lrloo with OlfgO oft copper worth 50000 IAn almost cqurdly wonderful piece work was that performed by DlmT A EIilbllMln 1896 In oonnecJo1 with hr the wreck of aO Skyro oft Oape FIli- terre in ISO tct or water After many experiencd men boo trial and rstkd he calved by this own exerfonsa- arc siVUl 10 Mlle vllluo of 9000 to ge wihich b3 had first to blow the Iro leek to bPs wJth hetwy obnrges or- dynnmite Alexander Lumbert anotlpf famous diver now dead sent up 70000 to- oinetl gold From Ute wreck of rho Spanish mntIi steamer Alpbonso XII Plea wreck ako lay III 180 feet of wart I- cr From the hull of the Hamillalldtch eli against lost on tine LeucounaOoe pair Shanghai DIver RldQrd salved 690000 in four lV1I Tie rant of then Wins the niot sumsssul remaining be low on that occasion four hours dur Ing wihlch Mme he sent to tile surface no fewer than sixtyfour boxes oltrelf Lire Yors leant off the remains of lltet much more but conslderablo- quailUtles of the cotna were lying loos heaps on tile bed of the ocean theI worms having rIddled the wooden box to PlocosjIn Memory For eight days the white winged mrssengEc of death has hovered over the home of kIck and Jula Scllroo r- tad on the night of the 18th U de leended and took from them their llttJl son Hattie How sadly ho will be missed in the home In school by hIs teacher and little pmymntes Weep riot for Hattie he has only one on bofoce to await your coming To know little Hattie was to love him he was of a very quirt and loveable fispositlon that rndeared him to un who knew him Weep not fond parents but be as ready when the summons comes far you as Hattie was you wlll meet your darling troy around the great white throne of God trouhdddslittlegrave we lingeruntll- he attiug sun is low feeling ul or- ou bops have perished with the flower wr cherished so LAURA Her Toes Tile New York FreEs says One of Ute grand dames of Now York ds dress ed In a short gown Sue exhibits maJor part ofs thin limb gayly de orated with 1000000 wortlf of precious stones and a naked toot In a Roman sandal WlJy bs asked tlld she xpoae Qeor toot It r mb1csnotblnl so much asn turtles flipper The Woes are without shape or syvnmetry nero like those of a Chink woman q wooden Duddah than what llould o rlon to a beautiful American wo Inas of proudest lineage In she play a character cries 1 kiaia your band I klssofl your foot jut who cares to kiss a dlerarmity The artiet ilt said who painted this portrait pleaded with her iadypblp earnestly toullow her draperlee to conceal her tootele toolJe but abe angrily said Neverl- hq was as brave as CromwellOJ gnu W1ho said to their portmyerrs sin cate language Palnt me s I me and allThis is IlJl age 111 which woman 1jould t ee the folly of- sx and tarn itwlrratteation to sen- db1e modest loah e booonrtng a ktek- t dignity end self respect i 1 One on Marie Henris A graywolf ti running loose in 9o ieim Illinois It to believed 4o V from tIM deof Colonel wit rWJ k ltht lfhrt Pack IS doMntJ J itr 1 s a y 7a iN 1 SPURRED fIN+ tDogHeifers Eyes The unctuous Joy that Firmer Got tlIeb Sclnnldt and alis family of Calll wed N J will take In their New Yoors feast oft tin eromnlna of the prize Plymuth flock rooster Darby cant be expressed In nay other Fan t1on tIle best Grrrnroll iDarby hadnt been Intended as the makIngs of a tolday dinner untdt yes i came to the barnyard two eQ1IiJ ago ibad consistently killed oft every rival rooster in the place bed claw the eyES out of Gootioot choicest lJe1er and had pennanently marked to features of aU Ul six yaungstols wltt- his spur But il1 was sucit u pure tblooded rooster and so magnlUceuUy built and plumed tla1 SQlInid road condor dl ad chat and intended to give Darby ono more year In wtlloh to tdko away blue ribbons at everypoultry stow roundabout nut aiming horns from cburoh Sunday Scimddt cxuno upon trio nos terln the baruyaltl gloating over the expiring remnants of JJsi Newfoundland puppy Sciumider Schmidt crIed out in rage and net the mine moment Dcrby jUlIllell off the ground straight for Ilrls owner I dHis stdnmup Sunday roller saved Sehrnldts tile One set of SpUN talk deep into his neck but the otherainn- Ied at this Jugular could not POLL1ateS the smcd collar ISahnrldt ran back Ito the house had llla womnls drestltl tiun rllled ill two neIghbors who fiualiiy Cowper idle roes I ter In an empty box stall and ngvld to carne around and help dispatch t- Thuhsday laQuailsI tun do tills on January I IU1 well a9 during that perod between Novembtr t 15 and January 1 retch year oA state ment WitS reeehtly printed III w+Mch Dr Albert Darragh the County Gsenhe Warden of Jefferson county w U8 quoted Be stating that the lid WM on at close or the old year mId that anybody found hunting or sbooting quaIl on January 1 would be arrested prosecuted According to Judge Samuel D KirbY Dr Darragh Is wrong and it 1s legal hunters to enjoy themselves tn this respect on January 1 Iu speakin of this matter Judge Kirby aid I assisted in Imming the game taw wbdck now exists As a matter of faot I JOt dine law and tt Was writ ten so that the staion would begin Ull November 16 and end January 2 or each year If anyone makes a srate ment different fwln this he Js mtolu formed When I wrote the taw I In tontionaliy left Now Years day In the open season for tine benefit or the sunny hunters who are unable to- go to the fields except on holidays There was no accident about the way the law Is worded TOo open season undoubtedly includes January I and the quail season dues not end until midnight between January 1 and 2 Judge Kipbys statement will be re- oelrod with a good deal of Inturrst- and pleasure by alarg number of iro pre In Kentucky became It wins gen erafy accepted that the senron for shootng quails ended Bit tine ebore of the day December 31 TNs set tles the question and after this people Who wAnt to hunt the oLlltIhend betuUes stn do so euoh New Ytard day without tear of molestation A Reading in Bed D des for the Eyes One of the simplest dPlIgblleUlatof reading In bedIs denouuoed by C1 medical journal Of course 011 dootors must find seine thing at which to tilt They ran never leave us alone for long nid after all we go on doing ery much as we like end COntinuo to live quite as long we ought nut it Is appalling tot of the amount of plelLSUl1e nU sorts and conditions of folk would bole If they took to heart tae solemn IsQrn uttered in aespect of reading In i Is there ever a time when a story more closely holds ones Atton Lion when one more complonlY under 1stands L dltfl1oult passage when a poem it beauties snore clearly than w11cn als quiet and with too whole 111baby oouifpntable relaxed you give yourself up vomp1etelyIo your books u It Is In the md vast and middle of the night yell experience a kind of satisfactdoa at cheating Morpheus If It Is In the morning you have the ex qulelte kind 1edee that you are playlIll thee sluggard when you ought to be up and doing If you am well it is a sweet form ol tdbcneso Urot are ill tJa a weloome dlyersion for the mind Duftueiwful to hingof part lug irlehheadthrand beauty in oonw- rqunee J i110 4+++ + ITHE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co INCORPORATED WILL WIRR YOUR HOUS1 M COST IELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN 1 HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE wrfHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH iE G BARRASS Manager = it 1f+ 46+ tffFit 11 Ho 1 101 1++ +4f1t + + b WANTEDARIDER AGENT andcxhibit- Ample A- Ctrlet a Latest Model man er bicycle lurnlshed by us Our arents everywhere are last IViJ w i c we approveofyourbicycleWesMptoallow TIN DAYS FUY TIUALdurillwluch time OU ma7ricfelhe bicycle and put It to any test Ou wish It you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to keep the hip 11 back to UI at our espense iw qod u1II PRICESWe furnish the highest gradepbirytles It Is possible to nukeFACTORY mall profit above actual factory mat You save too- to 21 middlemen profits by buying direct et us and have the manufacturers gun anise behind your 0 NOT nvy a bicycle or a patrol tires from auour adW7Jriwhen OU receive our fUe nanderfeplowlrknweanmakethan any other factory e roo 0 coat n1CYC W DFAI EIIS asef our bkpdu under your owru come plate at aurprkes Orden filled She day received un Qdonb1fco AND RICTQLES We do not reguhrly handle second hand bicycles but rumllr have a number on In trade by our o retail storesthese we clear out at prices ranging from 83 to IIJK or 810 DCCriptlve b ain lists mailed COASTERBRAKESaingle wheellrlmported roller chains and pedals parts repairs and SAa rauarrrrarllrku s o HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF Sa a a- SELFHEALING TIRES OfINTRDUCE ONLY 11 1 VThe regular relail1i of Mess Un is 1350 air but to introduce we will- sellyouaramlleyairlort18Ofashwi horderUSS- N4 MORETROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES Taokl or Glass will not let true INILS Sixty thousand sold last year hundred thousand pairs now use DfSQRIPyItlRrhtedeinsllsiraItlallvclyd aspecialtheairtouolrtyelmbberwhichnewerbeeomes allowJiJsalls I A and pnnotnre strips n V also rim strip iI1upollceortwlcelnaholelCllsonTheywclghnomorelhnnand rim eutUn an ordinary flee will outlast any other tread Theregularprlceohhesetiresls8 perpalrbuUorDDke80FT ELMTI0 and factory to the rider of only 480 per pair All orders tsame day letter Is received We ship C o D tm approval You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented We allow a cash dlseoant ofy cent thereby making the price adb6 per pair U you send FULL OASIS YYITII OItDEIt and Idvertisement We will also send one nickel plated brave hand pump Tires to be returned at OWL expense It for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination We are perfeetllreliable and money sent to us Is as safeas a bank Jf you order a pair of these tires they will ride easier run faster wear better last longer look liner than any the you have ever used or seen at any price Wee know that yoU will be so well pleased that when you want a us your order t to send w itrial order it once pritettunttilyouWe want you dont buyant kind send for a pair of IF YOU NEED TIRES Jtedgethorn PunctureProof andSundryCataloguewhlch the pec1a1lntroductory price quoted above orwrite for our big Tire describes quota a makes 01 tires at shout half the usual prices but write us a postal today DO NOT TIIINlt OF DYING a bicycle DO NOT WAIT or a pair of tires until ou know the new and wonderful offers we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything WritcItNO- WJ L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL i a country becomes civilized it de WHEN typewriters When it becomes posted on comparative values it demands j 1THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER 7 The fact that The Smith Premier Type i writer is used in every civilized country on the Jglbe is not so important as the further tact that the demand increases year after year The reputation of The Smith Premier is worldwide Worldwide use has made it so The Smith Premier Tllp8Writer Gorl IIr corporcttcactl 821 Pine St ST LOUIS MO TAADE MARKS DSSIGN- ICopyRtmira doAnyone sending aketeh and dertpUon may lnleF rtaln ur opinion tree w ether an NANBBeUO Commllnlea- tlonutrlellFoonUcleutral on Parenti pent free Oldest ecartngjcents- Iatenn taken tnh Mean a co eeoeka ef4llIolk withouio al tithe Sckntiik Rmerlcan A handsomely Uhnt1lte4 wetly stoat cur eulatlonof an IclenUD oomaJ Terms3a earl four month it Sold br uwdeaittsfIUNi ftoO8 = 9i Ay iS 11 S r 4 t I r I i X ie0 uo 1n1MPONTANT AND BUSINESSLIKE ConU qed troY F4rWage- tlon mo fWd secotiitiedA TJW vo- ttxuI u1 Ian ha QpUolI Secitkn two was rend and Its adoption moved snit seconded Wlthbt- discusetou t the resolution was adotrtee- Sectbpn thrqeW8 rend and re rend and Us adoptton moved and 900I ondod After thorough consIderation tlheesaduiton was adapted as read Section four was read and Its ndbpt- licn1 moved and seconded After bred dlseussoin the resolution was ndl ted Section tire ens rseadrutd Its ndop tlon moved and seconded After tblar- ougbc discussion tbo resolution WIIB adapted Section six was rrod and Its ndp- Uon niavod and seconded Att br 1- discussion1e resolution was adoPted On momUon the meeting adJournoo to meet at 9 oclock todrkorrow morn IttgIAt 10 oclock morning tbe County Union was rolled to order by President S L Suens OIII motion It WItS ordercf thut roll call be had wblcli showed three locals represented that were not represented ycster byMoved by T F Tanner and second ed by S J Slields that a committee ho selected to draft acreage and pooling pledges for tiho ymr 1909 Vote resulted In favor of the motion Moved by J n Weller and seconde by 14D Ticbencr toot the resolulior- pncnlding tbat acreage for 1909 be limited to 8000 bills too the band be reconsidered After thorough cM5id- er1tlon the vote rued In fawn oC the moton Mon by J n Wellor and second ed by L D TlchnOT ahht the acre agepledge limit the acreage to 10 000 a Ius to bee band and 5000 to the bait wand the same IU last sear The vote being takenn resulted In taTOI of Uo motion The following resolution WM offered by E W Jackson read and its odop1on moved and seconded Resoivd That we elect or the president appoint a CClmmmittee of nahree to act as a stock committee of Ohio county Their duty will be to LmestIgatr and make such arranges mellls ofhandle stock tVG the best ad vantage of the farmer Also to investigate tbe pcssiblUtr of opening a coopernUvcf exchAnge In the city of Louisville to handle d1lt meat eggs and butter end other farm products This oemmitee to recolve 150 per day each for actual time and expenses The resolution was unanlmomusly adopted On motion tiro meeting adjourned meeting adjourn until l oclcakp m- At 1 clock tile meeting was call ed to order by President Sevens Moved by E W Jackson and seconded by Wm Shroode1 tlbat we elect the eommmttee provided for In the foregoing resolution Vote resulted In its adoption On motion it was or dered that the election be made by acclamation L lI Tlchenor John Shultz E W Jackson and S L Stev ens were nominated The vote result ed In the ellUoll of S L Stevens Jobs Shuiz and J n TlobenOT Moved and seconded Chat the union proceed to the selecticrv of the com mlttteo to draft acreage and pealing pledge Mctlon OltrlM- O momtlon It was ordered tat the president appoint said committee whereupon on motion It wus order ed that F L Fenix be nUt1wol 250 for printing list of these ubo pcieled their tobacco On motion It was or dered that the pledge oommltteo be authorized to draw on tho treasurer to cover QOf for printing pcrUng- liledgoo Moved by Rev1 D Burch and sec onded by E P lHltrrllr that the acreage and pooling phdgoa he provldr ed with column in wNah the kind of tobacco the pootor Intends w raise must be indicated The vote resulted In favor of the motion Moved by Horace Taylor and seconded by henry Ilrlle ttlhbt Mr Sblilt be given authority to continue the work In the Interest of the cooperative telephone buslnrss McrJQII oar nod On motion it was ordered that the president appoint a commUre to se lect delegates to attend tJIJ Strslte Un ionat tad1wumc Jnnunry 7jtti 1909 Whereupon Ahhey Tlchencr hrace Taylor J If Weller and E W Jackson were IIIJpoilltlk1 nod by vii tee of their apjrSutment lire ooootl tuted delegates Moved by Wm Shroadc1 and seconded by n Davis that Henry Pirtlo 1nd L D Tlttheoor Drl IIIUjWoo 300 each far services rendered In aUlllUng tloQ paling pledges rotlon carried On rmdior U was ordered trot the I various Lcal Union oeretrries bel required to nary the pooUn pledges In g0pbaboUcal order and forward said COPY to Cmllioty Stjerdiaryu retaining the pledge in the local On motion It was ordered t ct mom bers cf the A S cf E beglhat he- culicsbconrveueuce I to ndoyt a ulr- J I E 1rwh A 111 label Oa allpnaducts At t4e jundure the committeq re ported the tolkrnng parttea aO dal faa b rho 9tate Union AtretincJo1 iC t1ShJ PrenUIlf Joe l r E p SahderfurtBesv DaIh Tom Sbded4s Cltdmwell Alberts CcAHa tord Wade Baize 13atzdown Sam paxtbnr umbel Porter Wlarn Taylor eJJlrver Dam DavId toreland- O E Smith Hllrtford H D Burob- JCes Dyers Frledaland Henry Fell1 Ob ton Jack Miller WI1itteS111e 0 R Hickey Hartford Oearge Nelgh boIS Dundee Watt Tay1r Oeari Jones Matadzas FAdlo Ash y Cen- ter9wn 1V H Rhoads tt F Tonne Hartford E C Baird BFpia Warm Point Plesrsant W S eer- MclletirY C aI Barnett liar fOJ L D Tichenor Deca C P- Ke011I Dudley Ford W C WaJliIce- Hart19rd J N Shreve FndvllleiDy run Witters Nan ows Ernest Duke J L Hoover Wro Lake Harlfoord James Carter Narrows E W Jackson Cromwell T h Wolter Hart fond R F D No f Horace Taylor Beaver Dam Alney Tlchenm liar ford R F D NtJ 4 S L Stevens Beaver Dam On moton It was ordered that tbe body adjourn to meet Friday and Sal urdlY April 1909S STEVENS Pres C E SMITH Seey It Will be observed from the fol owing which Is taken from scatlo 2 antiole G of the constitution and bylawG of the American Society c- Dqulty of North Aanerlra that the number ot delegates designated is greatly In excess of the number er- titl1 to by the County Union In- mootlugs to organize a State UnlOU and In subsequent meetings Wo rep resentuUon fIhal be as follows Every County Union shall be en41Uedi to two reprtsentatlvearot large and em add tional representative for every tiCty members of the society within the county On tlrls basis the County Un- Ion should lave seeoted 14 delegate instead of 42 Tore secreta1Y noon- K mOlnoors for the year 1908 show G2G members olio paid their dues for ther 1908 On this basis allowing two dlcgstes at large 4Jbe County Union la entitled to 14 delegates WI before stated The same section of the Nation onetitutioa and bylaws says Every 1 oval union shalt be entitled to on- Gpresentutive lilt large and au nd- diUonal representative for every 10 members It Is therfeore the duty of ever pie local union do lgnate one delegate at large and one de gate ItO attend the State Union for every 1- neunbere such oval urdon bas It Is a problem as to wheat steps should be taken to reduce the dol gton to the number to which the ounty union Is entitled but some nova should be made Itio kirk end VerY rospoetfufdy C E S3UTH Sec HARTFORD COLLEGE Third Term Opens Jan 4 1905 Board 250 and 275 per Week Special classes will be orianlzed- In all common school branches for the benefit of teachers and those pre paring to teach Classes will be organized In ninny higher branches sect the demands of those seeking aI good education In addition to the regular work la Pedagogy a course of lectures will be given on organization lassiflcatlongraduation management and dIscipline of a school Prof and Mrs Gray will be 1n charge of most oC the classes for teachers Mr Lwr- ence Gary an experIenced teaches who attended State University last ear and who holds a life diploma t teach In Kentucky has been ampioy- d to assist In the collegiate department For catalogue and information address PROF L N GRAY 22t6 Hartford Ky HOPEW ELL Jan 5Mr Claude Muir whll start tomorrow for this homo In Rialto Tenn oLer an extended vimt with hl8 grandmother Mrs S A Hunley- LSttle Miss Ada Lee CummIns Is on th3 Nck lis- ttaValter Russell and Wlfo spent tlJe lwllllas with his mother W Mrs Sarah Ifunley Is ao better Protracted meeting began OIt Para dlEe Sunday night conducted by Rev iCartyMr elJy Wmtams returned home from Ennis Tx recently lidss Carrie Russell SIlent Saturday nlghtwlth Miss Lena Russell IMr Bali Deck and seven ot ibis bands were on a raft of logs asleep and the- reamerS Samuel run two brge over ieir tent about I3oecck JnSt nIght lrhleck and three were drowned I one 4ppled and tour made LbtP eei cape il f war a MElnEftT 041 Jan 4Bohr to Mr pedb1ts O- rnulll ISseember 17 a lotQwn- tlsS jr SGuy HJ and WItfe 3eft this rOOfaink tdrrlSbldrado erGMley doJl make thetr tM v a- olf ie i aji1tnrunerbf too State Un4rrre4ty t Iiexingtohanit Pones Hawkhnsof Dowfng Gree1 who epen- their vacation yith their parenta at- tbw place returned to school tb1s morning iiiro ColedeiKosure of tJhoeAl Department Owensboro rollegel who inns been the guest of hr eousln Mrs Emma Miller the past week returned home todaY ably Tobe l1Uerof Owensboro was burled at tibe Fai tier week gram yu December 271110 was one of the pkineem of atds community l SrsJohnS ant Reuben A Miller end James I3iitou Owensboro attended the bunlal vf their uncle Mil Tooe Miller intr Arcble 31IUgaff bf Kansas Is YlsIUng the family of 3tf Jtent1 MILl Igan clfr Ji1 Biddle wLd has boenln EvansVIlle on au extendedvistt has returifhd bone accompanied by his brother Mr Theodore Wayler and ramly Mr R M M41der had a good borne to die last night Mr Jim NlllIps of Walnut Grove wino has ben quite sick tibe past two months hi acme better Co H Has Made Good 4 The annual inspection of the local mIlitia company will take place In tho armory hero on the evenIng of January 12 1909 Oapt DeWeere Is sending Out the fallowing letter to rodh member ot the companY viz Hlrttord Ky Jan 4 1909 Dinr titreCompany H3rd Tuft K S G Is Pproocl1lnb tbe third year c Its enllstmnt Throuph the tenure of Its existence it has passed through same stirring events and aided In making hIstory The conduut of is members ot all Umes has boon everything that the oommanding officer Could wish In communfcallon to me from Gov Winson dated rrankforlt Ky Jan I 1909 the tololwlng passage occurs I wish you would navy tx the mem benI of your COOlpan and Include In this message yourself and alL your ofIicons that tbq Commonwealth appre dates tully the faithful honorable- nd useful service rendered by your oc npany and assures you dust ypur- ompany stands hlglr In the military lf1rVice of the State The law requires tma atendance of every member of the QamlXUjY at the Inspooton which will be held at tjh armory In Hartford ion tlbe f3- Venlng of the 12th of Jan 1909 A flue- S Imposed upon thcve wt and ab peat wlrJbout muse It Is the desired the commanding officer that thIs nspection be the btln tlto tIa tory of the company WIth this snd- n view a preliminary inspections wills meld at the armory on the afternoon and evening of Jan 9 1909 Every piece of ordnance and quar camoeer supplies must be In the best possible ooDditfon The khaki and dive drab uniforms will be worn In cOtlneotlon wtlb tlet Inspection on the Wenlng of Jan 12 a banquet and ball will be give- nLeteery member be personallY In rested In the Inspection and en- doaVOT to keep up ito high stand ard of excellence attained RespOOtjully JAMLS M DeWEESE Capt Co H 3d loft K S G Amon the Lodsres- Tdre new oftOI8 for Hartford Lodge No 675 F AI assumed their utee lat Monday evening at the eegular meeting Tle Entered Appren Ice degree was conferred upon ono carnddQlte Retiring Muster C 11- Crowc made a spleurMd talk review ing to some extent his labors during he year and thanking the member sblp for the manner In whlchthe trail crl6upiJortedfn his efforts sis IW- IteT for bile past two years The r nost dborsof brother Crowe and hls many tiurlcu Inbehalf of the dodge 111 uprecluted by every memberThJ1I Todge w1t1tavewdrk do the third degree on the thji IMonday night In- t1lfs month d I Rough River LodgeNo 110 Knights of Pythins had aiipendhL ttilJgk t TUesday evening said conferred the night Rank in a marine hlgby cretl Habte to We lodge and 1na manner Wlhloh called W mini tile s dedid work of otter years by old Rough River IThe Imtalndon of officers was de- mred until the next zn otlnponac couDlt of the absence fruen the city of the Chancellor Commander Aldrge- ibendanceis very much desireil next Tuesday oIling 6 Attention G A RIfrbere wttl bea endl meeting Gf- raston tliorton Post No 4 tor ftbe purtlo of fnlallng offlosrb end any f Other m Jan IASHFiORDr t c f IH l I 1 i Y r CUTe r- tWe s I have reached the season of the year when we always cut the prices on our Fall and Winter Merchandise We have no excuse to offer We want tQ convert the bal lce of this seasons stock into cash to get ready for our Spring Goods Our low prices will certainly move our Stock out of the house and into the posession of our patrons We do twant this ad to appear sensational or read like a fake Wt1 want It to impress sensible as a truthful state went of a plain business proposition which it isISaturday Jan 9 19O9 We begin to cut the prices and continue for 15 days straight An actual markdown without a previous mare= up We do it because it is good business to do so and these cut prices offer you the best kind of a business reason for buying hop Mens and Boys Clothing Mens allWool Cheviots and Cas simere Suits 398 Mens Corduroy Suits 398 Mens elegant dress Suits cut in latest styleshand paddedshoulders regular price 10 to 12 now 7 g 14 to 16 now 1150 17 to 18 now 1350 Young Mens and Boys Clothing 5 to 7 suits now 398 Young Mens suits 8 to 1200 now 750 Boys twopiece Suits 65c 1 Boys stylish twopiece suits125 Boyss fancy twopiece Suits 275 lot of Boys vests 25c each I lot of Mens Vests 35c Qach 1 Mens and Boys Corduroy Pants 119 t Mens lined Jeans pants 60c Overcoats All Overcoats at less than cost too manufacture them for Men Youths and Children Shoes Ladies Mens and Childrens Shoes This is your chance for good Shoes for a small sum of money We have 200 to 300 pairs with perhaps only two or three pair of a kind We have gathered them and put them on sale at the following low prices Lot Nql regular price 25c t050cc sale price 19c Lot No2 regular price 75cto 1 sale price 60c Lot No 3 regular price ttl tSO sale price 98c Lot No4 regular price 175to- 2Oo sal price 139 Lot No 5 regular Iprice 2 to- x50 sale price 198 Cloaks and Furs 1 We still have a good assortment of jadies Cloaks and Furs Collar etts regular price125 sale price 7ScCQllaretts regular price 175sale price 100 Cloaks regular price 3 to 350 szdeprice 200 Cloaks regular price 7 toIO sale price 350 f I Miscellaneouslti 1 1 Lot of Ladies plushand cloth Capes worth 125 to 5 sale price 75e to 850 Entire lot of 12ac ginghams i Qe The very best Prints 5cYHoosier Cotton I yard wide bc Hot Mens work Shirts Jge 1 lot of Ribbon No 40 to 6o worth 2oc now 10e I lot or Fascinators regular price 35e to 50e now 1ge worth25tMalls and Ladies Underwear Mels Undershirts regular 250 quality vale price 19c salepriceLadies Vests regular 25o quality sale rlce 19d Ladies Pants regular 60o quality sale 1jprice 390 adies rants regular 50c quality sale price 39c Thread- One r lotof JolriJClarkS Sewing Thread 3 spools for 5c 6 r r we havee lots of other bargains not mentioned and wiltcertainly Save you money ifyou attend this Sare v iDont forget the date Saturday January 9 andcontinues- until January 23 4- Y j ys CARSON 7RI j I 1 3- 1jaiztfordKy r li I t 1 4 oJI t 4 f l tIC I t + 1 Vaf 3- e tl Y4a s- l f iS