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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1fi 4 I tt r 1f 4 10tl H t A tfJ JIi i llqubUcam f111 t S I I i of t- Fjner Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year fItV6LXX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY Kit lUDAY JANUARY 15 1909 No 26 it ANKVRECKtkSTOICLY i RAVE r f At All Times During Hearing Of ills Case i 6 tProsecution Rests Case on Evidence r of Four Witnesses then t Defense Begins t rjlfiero were several suiiprtetB Ins iJio V trial of fT S Anderean changed wft t lateo swearing Tuesday says the Ow eneboro Messenger One of these was the fact that tfco prosecution announc ed the close of itp testimony at 335 m Tuesdnyaftcruuly about fourtcur- Sof time Inv tg been dotted to thi feature of the case Tihe other surprise came In tofuct thaMjho defense did not cross examine tiny of the witnesses tor tie prosecu I tion and Am Mw XibJrd surprise came i In the notion of Wio defense for per emptory instructions for acqultln1 TOe evidence adduced by tine u lion was very much to the ipon i at 7 l Bet1StLAnderson and W F Hurt By the tires was established the au thenticity of the report sworn to b- arr Y Anderson the ar ides of incorpor ation of tho ba111eefc TJicn clod Mr iJashbrook showing his commission and telling of entries and stguatur- and t1oooatJ11 condo by tile accused 1Je fore him as notary public Following these mme the cumulative evidence of Assignee E B Anderson and W F Hurt former cashier of the bank r showing the many notes and the vast 5i ly larger amounts of indebtedness of 1 T S And rswu as prncilpnl and tndo r Iser than the law penults he being of tto bank and that lir ysworo he owped when he made t4t9 al llEQstatemenk The wihcn tbe where t he why the whai arid the who of the chargein the Indictment were made perfectly plats n and It Is doubtful if tho beet the able counsel for toe state ca make much plainer to the jury the case tfcat is already made out against the accused 4S The Anderson family group has been Increased by the presence of Mrs Wllllama and bUss Sue H daughters of the accused and M Mlattjda Venable his ststrr Mrs An derdon has been present since elrond t morning Tho ladies are all apparent ly deeply moved by the prowedlngs Mr Anderson sits moiety grave wit his counsel and the whole aspect of court room scene is one of the most d solemn Imaginable outside of a fuiwr 4 al cortege So far there bas been no utterance or conduct even bordering remotely on the humorous or the farcical such as was notable at the trial of Parish at Haw vllle Dr Ben L Bruner Secretary o I State was tho first witness who tes rifled relative to Andersons report as to the condition of hIs bank DJt Lasabrook for seven yua employed in Urn Anderson honk was i the next witness In answer tomAny 1 runr ner and was nominally cashier for only eighteen ononlhB I hart no au thority Mr Anderson wes itihe presi dent and manager of the bank I r fact ho ran the wholo ifchlng thought I had access do all 4ihe pa i b pere of the bank but now r find that IdId not There were papers that BOrt handwriting 8ndsworn to bedo I him as a nonry public y t 1Ho next in pamplianfce kith th request of Mr Ringoj etoWtd en I described the following notes of itr iAUderson us principal duo ty too j ld1bank Ono dated Juno 816322 andcrediled3by903163- 2 D0Icamber 28 1904 Ho next named k l JJjt are described twentytwo other notes amounting toii total of 109 v04868L Except d low Jaf these there peers no secured motes among them r I MryAt j K endorsszW next examined by i Mr Fin He began wltih the bank when inoo1llor ed on August 7 1900 and becaorie cnshJer on Jan ury31 1906 He t MowWer ot i the end Trust j 1iTHernext took the dtseqHnt 1 register of the bank aniF Rnwsered 1 t L f a a a question showing various tnaaieac tlons batkeenUho pwersboro Savings Bank and Truntjcoinipaiiy and Ue DH viess County Bank and Truai ooin pamy relent the time the fdlse setwar ing was ulloged to iliave tbeen mud and which seemed too be fare uud for padding eldeoctfcnIY- Asked Stow much popper e1Idnricq by Mr T S Andereon was snow by the banks book to have boca die counted on March 31 1908Ule an swered after several minutes fuse tion of the book and calculm1i1o 1812584 Mr Hurt was next ask to read from the dally stateme book of the bank what was appar ently dooto the Davless County Bank and Trust company and he answered 3800063 OUr Finn Stale now tmm wKiat banks or bankers tibls amount ap pears to be due duse e and Trust company Asked by air Finn to give nile various motes and evidences of lnd U ednecs of T S Anderson as endorser to his bank h9 enumerated twenty notes totaling 5223860 of hopt class On most of peso ire stated that no payments had been made ex ctPt dnterest paymerrs 1After nil the anornlng Wedrettlay 11ood been consunred In argumrit on tl e motion of the defense for tory instructions tie court overru tbe motion and IctrucitU till pi torneys dfcndtrg Andctcon to pro ceed with its case The defense open Immediately after dinner und the defendant was soon llUool1 the sinitdj behalfoyMr on SilinEelf next took tie stand He sakt inert lie was C6 901m 91abovoyours Delnoif n He 1pocitue aililer of the old PiWtVs baitkin 1R64 remain ing until 1871 viler he fqunded th auaturneedorgallUcd the Daviees county Bank and Truet company and became Iot first and only president He stu te that the 38060 which he swore dug from banks was a bonaflde asI ednoss of the CAveneboro Savings Blurk DavlnCounty Bank and Trust company and he thought at the time that too Sav logs Lank was perfectly solvent lira Anderson was asked why he did not Include tho notes on which bo was Indoreer in the etaSemenit of Ills 1a tharet pa saidYI own indebtedness and it did Ho also said HateIment Mrs owed only 15000 but sane In a newapapar afOr his bank foiled that Mrs Afnderson n owed more and upon nveMigatlou found the publication 1o be correct He said he had simply forgoton the j exact amount because he did notinavo the paper before him rOn crow examination Mr Anderson lie owned 30000 stock In the bank and Oils wife 11600 Mr Anderson recognized the 10000 I wthireoh I and which were duo Mfcroh 31 1908 He also admitted that hisI account was overdrawn 99689 MHroh 31 1908 despite the fact that on rofawIs I by more Asked concerning noet of thenenbet s of his family which he had indorsed Mr Andersons memory was faulty I The individual ledger of the bank showed that tho proceeds ofT most cmedltroo kept up Interest on all tie noles yesd terday and argument of counsel tookI up the rest of the day Andersons snow in the hands of tile jury A Card Totte Repudk tans of0Ulo County tOOoolorI j recoIJltI1l1opubkau anohhlprandof the majority I cm a Republican and MVcahvusglvOD41yt1mo and befeteffpritB to the stiolx asmany bar tyk and bldo TO Itf tlwcoratogcasri PB BB giving to fivery m m6er of the MtHetiny hearty support J n GfttA ptn t e DOINGS OF FISCAL COURT General Ronndup of Countys I Business for Year Sheriff Cant Find all the Dogs nilJudge Taylor Road and iBridge Commissoner I Fiscal Court closedpat noon day niftier being in scsslom only tl heII business early and worked falhbfu thus completing the teran the final week mattersrc by court are as v sJohn T Moore filed report as urer for Ohio county for oho year 1908 which showed tile couirty to bo In goo financial condition Ordered that Black 8 Blrktoeniidl bo allowed the sum of 8065 balance due on work on pike CompanyK w alowed the score of 7573 on account I of meroimndlfe furnished at the alms iiouse C B Sullonger was allowed the sum of 90 for damage to lund OIL levee an Hartford and Oweneboro road T D Owen was allowed the sum 6500 for building bridge on Hartfoid land Calhoun public toad W M Ficner was allowed the su of 19077 for services as Jailor it Oct 6ta 1908 to Jan 5 1909 Frank Black was allowed time sum servicese as 8 to 1st 1909 W S Tlnsfey County Clerk was al lowed time sum ot 2187 on account dof eerviceafroin Oct 6th 1908 to Jan 7th 1909 J A Johneon was allowed the au of 5520 on account of lumber furnish ed for bridge construction N B Kelley was allowed the sum of 13373 for lumber furnished for the construction of bridges A commlUce of three was appointed to view and select a sight as deemed to the best Interest of the general public for a bridge across Rough River either at Harts Ford or Cone Ford Said Committee was Instructed to re port lack to the Count at Its next term Logun Babbitt was allowed the sum of 14595 the amount assessed against r the county for the construction of pub lie ditch or drain John W Taylor was allowed for shop killed Iris Render wnslthe jnMowed 600 for Bheep killed G E Barr was allowed 1000 for eiiicop kUed R W Barnes was allowed 2000 for sneep kil rod The sum of 200 was appropriated for each Magisterial district payable on orders of the assistant Road and Bridge Commissioner of said district for the purpose of repairing roads an brklges It was ordered by the court that R B Marn sheriff of Oiiio county be exhon racvl so far as tho court has ofrMassecenj n sheriff at 100 each it appear I ing to the satisfaction of tit e court tat said dogs were IS BesiCdbytux layers who iiavo by order of this court been declared and adjud g eddelinquent RIldt1Jutald sheriff has been unable either to collect Enid tax or to find said dogs Salaries for the county officers folJthe year 1909 wore allowed as follows W B Taylor Judge of Ohio County Court 75000 E 1 L Woodward Count ty Attorney 75000 J M DeWeese Supt of Schools 100000 J A Dutt Wooly phjslcian 25000 Tte Hartford Drug Company being employedfumtgh to flea of county physician until Jan 1st 1910 excepting a tow specified kinds for 38ISheriff R B Martin lied report payersIto sonar property and real estate tax to the amount of 6500 twice lIsted and Wrongfully meeeseidtotbe amount of jlOO li atotaUot 111620 which he reported urtcolleotable and by oidPr1 of coi rrwas altofWBdVBald amount In htes ttleni ntforthe year Under the new school taw passed c y i k by the last Legislature tile court fix ed It Nato of fifteen cents on tie hun 41eddolare and fifty ants poll tax fpYl school purposes It was not matter of choice with the court rube JxlJgn rate of taxation for soijool poses tos tne former law providing for taxwulon by tho ecliool districls for incidental and other 1UIJes has been reedSpeclal Comnitesiorcr Cal P Keown who had been appointed by tbo court to settle with Sheriff R B Martin filed a report showing tho rtvenire for toe county for the Fiscal year of 1908 to aggrognt3 1300000 By order of time court Judge W U Taylor was api olDtcd Road and countyrWas an a rIeTCmUIlIselectedt8s Ie 1rNglYBuford district L D Jackson for Rsms Roekport Masl erlnl sctrio There was no selection for or Fordsvlle Magic terlal Districts tile MHgistmie in said being authorized to relect an osefsbiiit Road and Bridge Conrmls elonerrfor same- ANNUAL r MEETING OF STATE UNION About Three Hundred Farmers ofAttending Two Days Session uhT1e annual meeting of the Stat i Union of Oiie Society of Equity con vened at the wait houfo in Mlidteou vlile yesterday morning for two days session If It Is found impose Me to conclude tho business of the meeting a bhort session will bo hold Saturday buttWs Avlll probably not W noces aary f TMo residents of Madlonvllo have made arrangements to entertain them tillers of the soil and about three hundred are in attendance President Drajton of the society Is present By agreement of the conwiIUe on publication the local official of the society met on Wednesday night to arrange a program for Thursday They also prepared a program for Fri day and for Saturday if n cession is held then Rev J A Kirtley of rue Bap tlit church pronounced the Invoca tlon Thursday morning arid wasfol lowed by Judge J F Gordon who delivered the welcome address to the members of the organization Time Invocation today will bo pro by Rov A D Lltohfield of Methodist church Other addresses to be made at this session will bo announced by the cammlttee and officials having the matter In charge when time program is arrang ed hue following commit teea wMoli were appointed In October is serving and attend to all details of the meet ingExecutive Committee J F Got don F F Brown J G B Hull Jus W Fowler C C Givens EnwlaliiBWirl F Brown Ben Ashley L Gibson Taos E FInley J W TWol son- AudllorlumJas W Fowler D W Gathn Z T Craig Publlcwtion C C GIvens J B Brusher Paul M Mboi W S Dav id Finance J F Gordon D R Matthews Olayor I N Vickers Robt Bowlesh W P Jackson Retcpliou1 and Asslgnment J G B Hall T C oBryan R H Langley Cox WallaceBlack Mr Alfred Wallace and Miss Ethel Black were united in marrlago at limo home of tlio bride Tuesday morning Rev J A Cheek being the officiating clergyman The bride is the daugh ter of Mr Frank Black of the East HartfOrd neighbonLoOd and is quite popular else many friends Mr Wallace is a son of Mr J T Wallace else of the East Hartford neighborhood and is promising yqung farmer who has many friends Immediately after tho ceremony the bridal party con slating ot time bride and groom and Air Finis Wallace and Miss Kite Hawkim left sot the iome of Rev OltEek at Fordsville where a rttoepilloawasteA doredrbhemfidte jRcpublioanf Joins the nianytrlerfdeof these youngpeop In wishlngjlihem aAhappyandprosperoua futuJr I TWIN PLEDGES ntARE ISSUED By A S of E Finance Committee Must Limit Acreage if You Will Provide Several Points Of Delivery Tiie Ohio County Finance CommUte of the A S of E have issued un Acreage and Pooling pVdge for time e suing year The pledges are printed on tie same sheet the Acrwigei pledge appearing in the first column and the pooling pledge In the second This pan was autborizvd by tie Count Union rut Its last mooting The Akrreago pledge whloJi limits tlte crop to 10000 hills to the mud is as foltous ACREAGE PLEDGE We tho undersigned Lvreby pk dge our honor tat wo will rat plant nor have planted more timu 10000 hills of obiiwo to the band nor more titan 5000 to the hat hand Every pereon who will IKS sixteen ywi old on or bclure January 1 1909 shall bo ooiiutHil H hind and 1 uoee who will be twelve yours old but l s C n sixteen Khal lJA counted a hall hand Tills applied strictly to fhose wLo work In flue tobacco It is agited that anyone vfio talc or r fuses to abide by this limit be dunkt- ime privilege of pooling Uiuir tobacco Tho pooling pdge is In meet retftMS like those issued during previous yen with All additional provision that to bacco will be received at convenient points In the county where enough tobacco can be secured to Justify the sale and another provision tha- the cost of handling saute shall no exceed 1 per cent of the selling price The pooing pledge is as follows POOLING PLEDGE We thu undersigned tobacco grow era for and in consideration of the benefit to be derived from cooperative selling hereby pledge our entire 1909 crops of tobacco of amount and kind sot opposite our names to the Finance Committee of Ohio County A S of E who shall have the sole right 4o sell same and have it delivered to the parties designated It being under stood that too Committee shall ar rango to havo this tobacco delivered at the most convenient point where enough tobacco win be secured to just fy a tale It Is further understood that the cot of trlllng and grading this tobacco shall not exceed ono per cent of selling price It Is tiO Intention of time Committee now to clivulate time pledges ws quick ly as possibly and with as much eye tem as convenient urniisliing every to bacco grower In the county nn oppor tunity to tlgn swine If aa of time Ohl county growers would pool with tine Finance Committee of the bounty then Is no question but that lIt least four or five houses would be opened next talinstead of one and those who did pool would not be compelled to haul their tobacco EO far as at present There is no reason Vhy a house should not be opened at Fordsville 0110 tit Narrows one at Beaver Dam one at Contertown or some other convenient point in tho western part of the county ono at Alngan or fomo convenient point in that Part of dlieeouuly It nil growers pool with tho OOllllll tee this year there Is no question but that a louse wit be opcned at those points or other convenient points next toll R T Whittinghill Post At tho regular meeting of R T Whittinghill Post No 11 G A R the following officers were instated for the ensuing year W R Jones CommanderJ I HargerSr Commander C 0 Brown Jr Commander James A Cooper Axljt J D WosfeT field QuarHeiunaeter T M Wlnfreo Chaplin S P Kissinger Office Guard H A Babbitt Delegate FordsvUk Kyl Jima 9 1909 To Ohio County Now that the smoke of the Bat tle has blown away and the rush Inci dent 00ithe close of one year and opening of another has come and gone I wish to take this opportunity and method of returning to my friends sin earn tan a for their friendship and support during the late canvass and Primary election for tho nomination n of Ute Rfipuullcnm ticket to bo voted for elected next Call r lean truthfully state that I con alder that each and every Buccesaful candidate by his work and industry earned tho nomination won and met its the solid support of OMo county RcpublcansI h to fbbank each of my opponenis for the kind and gdwtlemaa ly treatment accorded nio during tho canvassAgain thanking all of my friends for all interest manifested and hoping to see the ticket lately nominated 1wire by the usual or Increased majori ty I am yours faithfully W B TAYLOR Hartford Ky Jan 14 1909 A Pretty Party 1lilts Margaret Gunther entertained Uio Ladles Social Club at tier homer on Center Street iant Thursday even Ing It was strictly a New Years af fair Tie parlors and reception hall were artistically and profusely derorat ed with palms ironed plants holly and red bells predominated in every available space which added beauty to the scene reed nod green being the color scheme The tallys were also In bell shape Ten games of pro gressive Unco were played after which a delightful two course luncheon was served The merriment continued un til 1130 when all departed expressing themselves to t Lo Jioatess that time evening could not have been moro nkatanty spent FOR THE BUSY READER oxL0fiftydan this mine Seventy new cases of Asiatic chol em have been retried In St Petersburg during the three days following 1tho Russian Christmas Up to tho present time the epidemic shows a andtAs the resuJt of a combination Rob ort Thornburyof Campbellsvllle was elected messenger to carry Kentuckys electorial vote to Washington George Petersa defeated candidate who se cured Thornburys elector will ac company him S i Judge Albert Anderson of Indiana pods has accepted the nsslgnment to preside at tho retrial of the case of the Standard Oil Company In which a fine of 29240000 was imposed Judge Anderson will set the case for trial mon day A custom which has obtained among Louisvilles police ever Rineo time city had a paid police force has been rul ed against by Chief Hanger who has Issued an order tnut the patrolmen and officers no longer may aocept gratuities of any description 5a While out riding with her husband In Christian county Ky Monday night w idle the latiler had gone to a farmhouse for alit his buggy haying broken down 3IYs John T Watson a respected white woman was brutally assaulted by a negro Arthur Wi son was captured and after being identified by Mrs Watson was hurried to Hen derson for sate keeping Tho bill to prohibit the sale of in toxicating liquor iu Tennessee which had previously passed the senate rws ed the tower house of tho General As sembty Wednesday lyre vote was 62 to 3GTho Governor Is allowed to hold n bill five days If at the ex piration of this time It has not been returned to till Assembly It becomes a law without his signature Statewld ers maintain that the Governors action is not material that if he disapproves it his veto wit not be sustained The blllprovldes that prohibition become effective July 1 1909 Inspection Co H Col W N Hughes U S Army retlr cd inspected the local Milkary Com pany Tuesday evening Col Hughes is on duty with tho Kentucky National Gunl and tits Inspection answered for the National and StaCo Governments Tiiirty five men and Capt DoWeese reported for Inspection cot Hughes exprecscdi himself as highly poas d with the showing mado by the com pany saying that time members present was the largest he had yet found Ho also said that only one oahor company In tile State besides Co H hud its full quota 9l fiftyreight men But it was nqt necessary fqr Col Hughes to tell us teat Co H was the best In the Mate We knew It before he come S h N t Io iI rItr T TTTrtrt T 1rtf Trt t EBANES E aft n t Has been a Veritable Bee Hive of Anxious Customers Since the Opening of Their 1 i I Y I if tThrongs of liberal buyers have openly expressed their appreciation of our efforts in bargain giving Have you been to this sale If you havnt you evidently dont believe the statements we have made If you know Barnes + tstore and are acquainted with their business methods you know that every statement they make is the bonifide truth No misrepresentation No exaggeration The longer you wait the less you will have to select from While you hesitate and wait some one is picking up the very bargains you needttNOT IN6 RESERVED = =EverY article in our whole stock except the Grocery Department is subject to a 10 per + cent WInter SuIts Overcoats Cloaks MIllInery Underwear and other lInes at 20 3313 and even some at 50 per cent less than their original price + u d i Sale Closes Saturday Night at Twelve Oclock January 23rd 1909 iI t K P BARNES lBROTHERS it Beaver Dam Kentucky How to Grow a Difficult Figure When tae time VIIS arrived ashen one begins to nave what is known us- a difficult figure flliUro uericu does not lend uel Well to the rash ionabl gowsl and tile Uloog of whioh is the despair of we COW Iea tious dresetnuker And bleu it Is that one must give mote uuugl1t iUtead- of Its to once atitte when one must choose ones garmunts with 1nflnlte- deccreUon ttd udJutd theist with taste and skill wtwn one must lngilltre task of growing old gracefully It is a rwi+ take for rho woman W10 has roochd uriddl life to put pretty colourH Itsde fur good und aU and adopt bomber lIlt1ck for her daily grub- Few women who have iiacd first youth look well In uwro1iend black and except in delerouce to tit exlgenelcet of tnouri lag l mu xl be- 8000ulomly avo did Tae sWut wuntal 1 Waose florid co udug lIdS to bebvb- dud by stRrtl CO flwt flay woor dark colors uIIIrotl1alOI if tht7e- we11 first chosen but the wornswi who I s growing tninmf and puler as f e growl older atxoMuutr ides phytallsbort comings by assuming sober tones Site should wear Jigntec and ehaorler color whloll will servo to mpoostze her in dlvldualky Ttne olderly woman who not snllow usually uok well In mauve especially it tthe i ave hut little color but the women of florid O71npex Ion Nhould IleWM of It A1ne1hIt blot golden brown hunters grer and marine btuo are n1 guard euloua Iud white ecruo and 1We intaPltnhadee may also be Worn by the woman Ibo to lend find Wore IMITunto bed00- Is turmng Frey or is already whito Gray o6s t onlutaft hut nut InvarkArly- bevomming A tuft grey Las torso values thuL fire nut to bq twpst d hut on the otler toted thud are grny that nro UiemfclvU w lwlei tits they bring the UnE6 of 1Jo face fn to cruel prontlnellce In4sro otloloo of mntrIo tuhe oltl- only wwaon has plenty of Idbude this eerlron for TI vly nilor too fashionable fabrics ate sultabie for her use ClMfon bruodelotd sotto clotb silk tashmore voile Iwr 1 thc soft drronfnlf4111 aiks ttnd satins are oil bocomng to l1oerrlle January Now Idtu WOUlnls lldgazlne- r It Was all Right At the entrance Ot one ot the li apaTtrtmnt hOUEef in Do8ton ate tw lifevlzo 1pns arrved In alone A- UlitJo daugrcr of ono of robe occu pants of the house played aroundth8- lDtnwoo a day or two after rihe Sham uyinovW 1n and rune ng to her mat r cried r1J11ntliJbbe N twoIUve lions at thetfnorl Her r 1 i r r 1y 1 4 I 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 mother said No dear they are not alive and you know they are not But Wd1nma trey Ore she insIs1i ed Tao tnvther thinking a itude and time for refltCton would or me oMlds wind Isd her to n room and said You go lu hero antI ask Gods prardoa to telitng atfal=snood After the lapse of mine minutes tile rnotter went to we door and Paned Dunrlhy l1ap You asked Gods sfdof7 Yc3 marnrna I told him end he stud it was nil fight He thought tttey WeN alive hlrnself- at firstsIt Was Hard to Find Mrs M G QuackEnbos whom AtI- tomey Bonaparte leas made orw of his special asanJ3 In the campaign Itgulnbt tile trusts Is a 7ew York Jaw yer Mrs QUIICkC11b003 lraa tile faculty of underscoring a remark with an approI- Iinate fable says the Watthing10n Star Thus dUcuasing the other dry the char actor of a cwtala notorious 1nmlon nlre she said I I supirose them Is some honesty in I the inn but It Is hard to find 1t- I reminds uro ot the railway hum sand wldl I A man you know paused bitters y 11n the consumption of a vary lard firp I railway Lam sandwich and said to the maid behind tIll bar I dont tee no ham In this I Oh you nUlt curve to it yet salt smileI cd The man j Then they atop lIed main and ho said l dont see no hum yet young WOI- Lan Oh she TIIHcd youve gone and lilt over It now hastre s or- guarnntee any prelaraton os sortse manufacturers In their advurtloonwnts would make 1l appear In the casel medicines to law provides that cert- nin drugs shall lie mentioned on th labels if they are 4ngrcdlhnts of the proxtratlous Elys Cream Dam tbe- weHItrownt family remedy for cold I- rho n head luny lover and nasal cataTIh doesnt eontlitt u single hilarious drug SO the makers have simply to prin- Pertthe tut It complies fully wLt aU lie rcqulroments or tile Jaw oothnWhen ironing starched plel6 rob your Iron over n halt plat ot salt which should be placed on a Irv per and will do for a number ot idealises It will make your Irons smooth and clcanJrhe January New lden Worn ons Magazine 4 44 n rt 9 9 Dangerous Ground Bless me Mat hy xcJMmcl Con clo Cyrus looking up from his muga zlne saps We Youths Companion donkneedthem European nutituts Aunt Mar- ha continued placidly rneaunlng out ctkeIed over naval affairs Just list n to this Sumo feHow has been making cshmates Any halt dozen ot our big cruisrr s have engine strength equal to the pulling ironer of- all Olw horses in the RUcJnn card ry fhipIcould be fastened iomewhcreto the hull United Stance caUty into lh sea nn Mercy sakes orlld Aurrt LlalTlla with arrested spoonfor the Hrst time impressed Wlll fhtee ifl1cnWu- gstntlsttcsI Jape to gocxlnfEB our cavniryll keep away from the shore Mind Yonr Business It you dont nobody will It 18 your business to keep out ot all trouble you can and you can and will keep Qut of liver and bowel trouble it you take Dr Kings New Life Pills rPbey krep biliousness malaria oDd jaundice Qul of your system 25c at nil drug gists ttn A Lincoln Poem Few know Abrnlulln Lincoln the poe The simple gentle melancholy ot the great president flickers across his few attempts at verJ1tylng In Tbe WiS- dom of Abrabmu Lincoln A WeCompany u collection of lJ1ncoJns host utterance tin ro lines appear us part of a poem wrttton is 184G Jfy childhoods home I see again And sadden with the view Mid still us memory crowds my brat n ThE1CS11CJlEureln it too worldeTwlxtealrh and paradise Whore things decoylog and loved one lost In dreamy shadows rise And treed from eli thats earthly vUe brightbso9nea some All bathed is liquid light l As dusky moul1lta1ns please the eye When twilight chases day As bugle notes that passing bran dtsanrn file IOY Grows CucumberOranges An orange cucumber or cuCU1Ib orange Is IL oombinatlon mfeed yrw i75 cy 4 9 9 Howard S Hm a cucumbergrower of Gardiner The new fruit of vegetable resulted from an experiment trle several weeks ago by Mr Ifll An orange tree was tn full bloom to the cucumber hothouse at th time the bown of the cucumber vines first appeared Mr Hill transferred robe pot len from orange blosoms to several cucumber flowers The first nppenran- of the fruit was the same as thlllt of an ordinary infant cucumber but as it grew the result of the inoculation became apparent The cucumber remained round like i on orange with the enrage bloom scar but the skin was that ot a cucumber vipayI orange u i oratigsot c seeds from the boot I Mr Hlil is growing a Jlum1l6r ot vines and rtWnlw that tJill new fruit will become esablJhed and prove a tarronRe as the tote of the orange and cucUtn beT blends in nu exw14ent manner WatchedFifteen Yeare For flftPen years I have watched I the working ot Ducklens Arnica Salve and it MI never failed to cure any I sore boll ulcer or burn to vt4lich it was i d It Juts iEastgists m THE SMOOKIN CAR I like to aide In the smokln car Where stuckup fellows seldom are I dont mean the compartmontndt- Youll find em there that think theyre It I I mean the regular rough old van WhPre evry kznoltars Q friendly man Carefree fellers an free traIn style With a Leanty shake nn winninsmile Burley grower across tbo aisle Acbnttln wIth J D Juke the while I butt in nn talk a few To a rich but rolJJekin Gotmm Jew 1Quarter thAnIJ Somehow a ride in hsmoMn careWith a ViPJ or single or good cigar Levels men up nn levels ern downil An inake Feu banish the grouch n lot frowntSo In spite ot cranks lolem have theIr fling I say tolae1cors n bsewed tilling emchatAlit nllr each teller a democrat co lbbecoomidlnerr o it rdc Ut i 1- 1t1 st w f 1909I I 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY READ ri1 EUPlth iPU5tYOUR SHARE FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OFTHIS SPLENDID WALL ATUS 1 I The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909Full and Complete S315MPrinted 8z8CI tacheThe Chart alone la worth JIm theonlyUnlledSlateof the World wllhCoataofbateOmclalstuck y JlOUIC amlJRenubllean Railroad Commissioners Districts ocratlc State Central Commit DemJtees and State Executive Committee Senatorial andlromStatistics of the Panama Cana Great Lakes PhippspinesThe Original States and those admitted WallChartYearat3ooorforSixUvenfngpostdeliveredby ofthethe Atlas at once THE EVENING POST Loulhllle Ky ESPECIAL PRICE ANON THE THE NANLt ING T POSTWITH THIS PAPER The Republican 1 yearPost G months including Atlas2G0 3b0AddressTHE REPUBLICAN Hartford Ky If the Post only is wanted address The Post LouisvilteKy u To Mend Knit Underwear Knit underwear may be made to last much longlt U properly mended when it first show ear That a- atJtoh In time savoy nine Is very true in these goodS When a worn pIece ot u small hole appears take a necdeand thread and draw Uro stitches together nearly hs- ey wore before rPhen bwtc under a piece of othe finest India lalawn or similar goods and data around ltJbe break onto this so that It lira Then faSten down the edges the piece underneath Mended In way you can SCIACeIy see k on the right Bide sad iUs onlya trifle thicker than at first and will wear nearly ea Well ea vwhen new I Lave andIyer a4tho set than Why dal nedwith bmU ds time for lthe knees of obdldrenla tatoclldlreaQ1 keep 1lI100eoi 5a tcIq l P mendlagPerfecting the Pure food Law 4pureplain As matt stand today it Is 1 t ithoeyesight and a knowledge of reading tttoknow aoourutely what bosbuying snot w thatistry A Jaw of the kind ouglt to T4tT0 been lJ88Bed1tTSsgO and It wmakersnariut6eturerof the ortlhepaQPoJ ic oEvening Poet s t i t- ha 1 tu tiA 1 c nrJ S- k 3r i T as I iJ fj c 11 NJGHT RIDERS CON 4ViGTEDflFMURDElISU X w Eight Must Pay the Penal H For Killing Rankins 4 lt + P1 N 0 Convicted Ones Wanted a New v I Trial But the Judge Over Ji ruied Their Motion p tf JUnIon City Tenn Jan 7 Nc- witbiitanding the fact that it Iluld ti been predicted drae and time ngai n tounvV sq ty wfco wtno competent 4oeccve 011 a Jury could to found wuowcuid he turn a verdict against the alleged nigpJ rdiers j tbo Jury although ono u Its mIl1ooisWI1G to sick tftat ho had to be oajrlod from tCs bud v ti court room in a chair to answer to hls name found the eight defendant M l charged with the murder of Copt Ilan kin guilty After they had been charg this aCternoouthe court instructed thi I Juror Hosson bo allowed absolute icest and quiet unto 330 oclcokWThen true others were to go Into the elck moos room and confer With ton They re rnaIK I 4n the room from that time un til 6 oclock wtluiot result Tliie judge had announced tInt ho would ope court again at 730 oclock tonight tE bear a report from the Jury kind Ions before he arrived the court room was j crowded to its capacity with an expectant crowd waiting for the result At 830 polock Deputy Saoriff Peel J er ono of the officers In ohrage of ftl this Jury addressed the court eaydn that they woujd report in a few min utes Ins u4 nil was quito and all eyes were turned toward tho wit nesg room where Juror Roseon was conferring with his follow Jurors A feW minutes aster tho twelve men who have heard one of tho most remarkable trials that tho country bos ever knownWlcd Into tho courtroom two deputy ehorils In the rear carry- Ing a huge amt chair In which was seated Juror Reason y- t Genitiemen have you reached a de I clston asked Judge Jones We have answered Juror Hopper 1 HDo you all agree We do Then gen lcrnen the court wll receive your verdict HOPPER READ VERDICT Juror Hopper lead from a slip or paperWe tile Jury find the Defendants Qarreitt Johnson Fred Pinion AT thur Clear Sam Applewhite fTli Burton and Roy Ransom guilty of dn the first degiee with rniti S + bAbating circumstances and tho defend ants Bob Hoffman and Bud Morris guilty of murder in the second degree fixing their punishment at twen ty4eras In the penitentiary Not a sign was visible among the prisoners except a BJigiit twitching of tho muscles In the face of Garrott John son They came dew the court room with a d Jccttd air wtilth was to noticeable tiiat it was commented on oomCas several members live in Ute country and cujod not gen home tonlgbUbhe1 ayare spending the night at their old quarters rather than leave eaoli otter They will disband in he morning A squad of soldiers were on duty in the court room to prevent any dls f order but tbls wus unnecessary as it was not generally believed that a ver I dice would ho reached before morning and all of rtiho lake people with a few l texceptIons had ieft the city Never theless a double guard Is being kQ1lt at tho barracks and at tho Jail to night and every precaution will betaken to prevent any attempt to es cape or rescue on the part of their friends Tito is deemed very unllkeJj x at the present time Attorney R A Pierce as Boon as the verdict was rendered made a m- ol the motion The Stake objected ask Court eot Monday as the date to hear boo motion The State objected ask I fug that the date be set for Saturday f wtodn was BO ordered by Judge Jones 1 milk verdict on tWo part tit the Ju 1 ry while a surprise to many who consdlered1 that others thran the ones nveotloned uold bo lound guilty ol iinurdor In the second degree fi satla factory to the majority yof the olti wens jof Union City who feel that Oblba cuonty bea been nedeemoil 3 y h r IIt M left W the jilonof the IrIotlttshe tp wiiotber or note hetuhe tlZoea to pees seoUmce on ttae nHl eon Vlotedtibe rcoommendfiitionof ifie jury in regard to m flgafihg okvumetajacei rightrt sky u tto e r propera4 TrhM isdoee verP riJl 1l- I 1uftl comes buiifl t lal fiIbeen very uneual caee 4 afust what effect this lctwiU o t e4oAter tindoftedangrt con r 1 f p k dR lMr iecks sad lIt the oJ vY ip4ltbi anat beYtoletold1E w con s1J NtIi JBd Symptoms The woman who has periodical head ashes backache sees imaginary dart tpots or specks floating or dancing before her eyes navgnawlng distress or heavy full feeling f tomach faint spells drag glngdownWellng In lower abdomlna of pelvic re on easily stunted or excited lrreguUr or painful pfflodswlthor wit oul vie cat Is from erangementsthatshouldhave vymptoity a likely to bo present In any ImeNealbadly treated And such casesyofjln run Into maladies which de ono a surgeons knife it they do nol rest io iliac es such a Ion P r ulI- as r r n o mr r ne ass sec i a strong ail r nprrtmiTjTi rfii innr- p thnn-a The very best ngredlen s known to medical science for the cure of womans peculiar aliments enter Into Its eaobbottlewrapperorhabitDr condition of Plercos Favorite Prescription cando reguaiathetho pelvic organs When these ro deranged In function or affected by disease lgestionbecome tad are weakened and a long list of unploarant symptoms follow Too much must not expected of this Fa performmiraclesIcine wll It win often prevent them If operatingtableavoided suffering from diseases of longstanding are to consult Doctor correspondenceis PlerccDuftnlo pagesIsstampsfor ceded by the public in general that the result of other trials hinged Iwrg ly on this Prior to this date they anti their friends have worn a confi dent air evidently believing that tihsr vas slight chance of conviction but having seen the result in htis caseI some additional developments may follow immediately TO BE HANGED FEBRUARY 19I Union City Tenn Jan 9Wlth out a tremor six men of Reelfoot Lake ream Judgement paso d today canI canning them to pay with their dives the penalty for the part they were onvlctcd of having had In the putting to death of Capt Quenitin Ran kin atWalnut Logtoedctd of a hand of Eoculled night riders of which the 1U1dersWhatever may liavra been tlielrtano Ion they faced the court to receive sentence with the name stole expression as has boon their mnrked characterls tic during the sensational tola of rhdoh today was the climaxIWhen court convened shortly after noon tho rom was crowded largely rltli people from the lake With small ceremony as awtilclpaijed the motion ot the defence askIng a new trim was overruled by Judge Jones Then amid a deathlike quiet the eta lea Garrott Johnson Sam Appleiiic lid Burton Roy Ransom Arthur Cheer and Fred Pinion convicted of murder In the first degree each In their turn iced Judge Jones to hear Ao man lode of the court and Friday February 19 set IS the day of their exscu IonAs they turned to return to their iicee in the prison dock a faint olWmrted cmlle nlaytd on the fucps of Pinion and Johnson but beyond thIs were they men of stone tmey ou4 not have shown less emotion rWILL RESIST COLLECTION OF BOOES SHORTAGE Judge S W Hager Says he is I not Liable for Any of it Judge S W Hager will ray no part Of the ehortage incurred by the locu aUonri of Judge Charles E Booe bite Judge Hager was State Auditor if be can get out of it He sent jtlce to Gov WliJson Secretary of tate Bruner and other State officials yesterdaY notifying them that he in tends to resist payment of the shortage He holds that the banks at whIch the checks were cashed are eponslble for tie money and he outs out that the limitations for recovery on such checks jla live yearn and that ithe sauce begins when the wreck is casbed and the money paid out Judge Ben O Williams ia the docal torney for Judge Hager white he Is also represented by David W- Daird of Louisville He tiirough hid torney takes the position that the banks being ja depository for the atate must know the ganlilneneeis Of- the eodorajjnent on tie hack of the heck beforet ittie ctatas money la acid 1 fl K Where are any toile akemadet1I bankfa reipondlDle The notice rotJtJIiBi Hegerewas- ent lately to ju Qenre- lresth1U i jtorney GeeraIjt j N s f fU l f fI J e 1 ELDER ANDERSON LEAVES CHURCH Not Allowed to Officiate at Lords Supper At the First Presbyterian Church Last Sunday His Family Also Withdraws What does this mean 1 demanded Elder T S Anderson very white In the face of Elder II M wood ruff also Eomowhat pale just as Ile benediction was pronounted Masi Sunday mornIng at the First Pres byterian church It Elder Woodruff made audIble answer deponent sayetit not but there was a flutter of excitement allover the little church as the congregation had dispersed and everybody that tad witnessed the Incident of Elder Anderson being ignored when tho ords Supper was served knew what it meant Not that iio was fitt allowed to communebut be was not permitted to officiate Interest In tho Incident was heightened when on Tuesday evening at a meeting of trio session or the church consisting of the pastor and church officers the resignation as members of the congregation of Mr Anderson his wife rind dausI ter were received and accepted T S Anderson was for ninny years a pillar of the First Presby torian church one of Its most liberal contribute and decidedly the strictest member in Sabbatih obwv ince and abstinence from worldly 1 ways His extreme ways of refusing inibis banking matters to do bus Incas with whisky or tobacco dealers r to employ a Sunday rlgut watchman 1 or mail letters that would beJ In transit over Sunday or rend letIters or newspapers or dlecuss eecu ar matters on the Sabbath day gave 1 rim a wide notoriety But when Mr Andersons bank failed and ho attempted to have Henry CUne made the assignee find the shocking manner in which heI had wrecked the bank by misusing his depositors money for his ownc debts and his collusion the saintly Jim Parrlsh came to iglittfctl members of the Flret Prcjyterlaa congregation with tine rest of the world had their eyes open 4 During all the months that have Intervened Einco the crash came Mr Vndenon i1asno more than Parrlsh never shown any sign of penitence or admitted to any one so far as is known tt vet ho had done anything wrong no wMistandiing two grond uplea have indicted him upon dlfferI countsWhen e communion service was innounccd tho four elders arose front their pews and went down asI usual to the front pew They were Allan Reid H M Woodruff E WI Wood and T S Anders n Too pastor handed the two trays of breed Jo Mr Woodruff and Mr Wood when tlbey hind passed this to the congregation and returned to tho front tie jiastor banded thq same elders the cups of wine Mr Anderson and Mr Reid were thus left sItting Mr Reid fully understood the arrangement and the elders thought this would be lets embar rassing to Mr Anderson Aril then when the eervicts ended Mr Andereon turned upon Mr Woodruff with the interrogatory above quoted Oweneboro Messenger Seven Years of Proof- I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is tae boot medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condition of throat chest or lungs says WV Henry of Panama Mo The word- has had thirty eight years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchi ti3 hemorrhage of the lungs and the early stae of consumption Its timely of pneumonia Sold under uairanteoat pneumonia Sold under guarantee at aU druggists 50c and 100 Trial tle free m Resolutions of Respect Of Mt Herman Sabbath School Jan 3 1909Whereas The angel of death has agaIn entered our Sunday School and bore the spirit of Rev Joseph A Ben nectt across the river to the un noMn shore He was born March 17 1841 passed away Dec 18 1908 His earthly record Is ck dedIo nioro- wid he enter our portal nor shall we 6ta84h Ids cherry words urging tits to paes on Was hut down In the- prime of bfUvusefulaeccl when his- WOrk ww= 6thgIun1frlahd and we as a Sundi iohobl mourn ilB d reJo a a Ourt6iiteVinnite cannot 1Jn Orstan- dB1clivlHt1 BBvt Providenoe but it tf NIolfii ly x 4s Gods way and may he cnabo tits to say Hls will not ours be done This time tUo hand has fallen upon onO of our belowd members Therefore belt Resold lEt That in the death ot BroHcantK our school and church has sustained a heavy loss of one of Its most wortiiy members Resolved 2nd That the home has lost an affeoUonate husband and father that we extend to toes borne our expression of deepest sorrow in Will their and our great affliction that we point them to Him who doeth all things Wfril for comfort and solace and wat lias promised to be a husband to the widow and father to the fatherless Resolved 3rd Tdt tI Is our osjeen fund appreciation of IJro Bennett as- a kind and affectionate husband and father a falUiful church member and county worker and a good citizen and neghbor together with our moot heartfelt sympathy be extended to the bereaved family Itasolved 4th That there ire3luton be given a page on our records a copy furnished the family of our deceased brother and a copy for arch of our ntJpr and a copy for oacii of our county pupate MR WALTER PARK MISS ALBERTA GREEK BUSS BELVA McCORMICK Committee THE CANAL PROBLEM NOW PRESENTED Coming Investigation by Experts Mean Much To the I Nation If the United States wishes to avoid bo colossal waste of public wealth that the Panama project entailed ulna- E trance and also washes to obvlato dIE aster It will make the forthcoming tr istigution both complete and final f independent and unpreju iced ex erts declare that tthe present plan is u atlsfttotory it should bo discarded without heltition in favor of a bet tel one The essential requisite is that the 1be3g science inte worldnll1 free 1calEngland and Italy as well as America should be Invited to send their most xperiejiced engineers to take part in thIs investigation upon which de ends the fate of Wie Panama CanaiJ TM choice of members nt tins consult ig body should not be made by Mr RoOSevelt but should be left ito Mr Taft It is Mr Taft not Mr Roosevelt who will be called upon as President of the United States to deal with any critical phase of Panama queeUon It- S Mr Taft not Mn Roosevelt Wuo w1ltbo called upon to 1u1I1the Pana mt ticiiiu out of ttoo fire and In common fairness he shouvl be allowed to take every measure necessarj to sa guard his Incoming Admlnistratloa vm the possibility of mistakeIThat the Panama question contains Iin It every element of scandal is prov ed by its past history Every one rho has touched it has been defiled Dho United States cannot afford le iko any chances with this utidertak Ing for the Panama Canal is a uoo too 100 Roward S1OO Time readers of this paper will be pleased to Learn that there is at least too dreadd disease that science bus I been able to cure in all Its stages and that is Catarrh HalVs CatanhJ Cures the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity GnUirru 00- ling a constitutional disease requires II constitutional treatment Halls Ca urh Cure istaken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the systemiliereby destroying the foundation of the disea eand giv- Ing the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprle tors have BO much faith in its cura t towers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that ittails to cure Send for list of testimonials Jddrese F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0- Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family hills for con ipatlon m T Waited Long But He Got Her I IHe Vo Jan 1 Pulaskl count a modern Jacob wl o served manly four Unties as long for his ife as did lie of Biblical tame IT Albright a farmer of Belsprln g a11d his cousin MRiss Elizabeth Chris have Just best married biter a courtship of a quarter of a century Parent 8 objection due to tiio closeness of- tdn of too lovers was the cause of de- 1ay Albright was employed by his sweet swVu father to manage the farm and lvieftinitto Albright home all these w dld nota take p snilo CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Ir- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THE OCNTAUN CONNINY New Yana CITY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135T-HE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeXDemocrat 175 REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 12r THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek OwensboroInquirer 175 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 REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 1 29YEARS flblLi b1 6 bit Of Honest Business Reputation i is Back of Every j bit J40NtTJ4ENTE SOLD BY US b- tr bit liEOSMISCREL SONS i IlI iPROPRIETORSI by i Owesnboro Monumental Works E 4r 412414 B Main St Yards 214216218 Clay St lJIt OWENSBORO KENTUCKY tt le Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You fcfr 19Money on All Good Honest Work bM A 4000 Shorthand Contest The 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 IL 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 is the average time to graduate with this modern system Enroll nowlearn the best Shorthand Bookkeeping and Shortcuts in figuring Positions guaran teed pfly and night flesSftihs CLARKS SMOHL OF BUSINESS 937 and 1025FourtliAve t 1 iitouisviIIeKy WtiUVw AC c 1 cr11 I r iJHartford Republican sintered neeordUg to law at th Poitofflw BarMord Kj uraaQ msuer oft thi tteond C M BARNETT EDITOR Ecro30ESCuznb lan 40 OUCh alv3aFRIDAY JANUARY 15 REPUBLICAN TICKET f For Representative W S Dean For Circuit ClerkE G Barross For County JudgeR R Wedding For County ClerkW S Tinsley For County Attorney C E Smith For Sheriff T H Illack For Assessor Bernard For School SUptHtDrFollCI For Jaller V P For Surveyor C S lloxI9IFor Coroner Dan W KingI IIt looks like President TaeotoJ Rooamk would go out of office wit a storm of clubs brck butt boot feck etc Hurting at hint by Mos onemtosj in Congress and elwwnere Howeve- the r Piwrtdcnt Mkes this art of notoxlC ty Having made all Ute money out of the steel bustn w Andi tblInegie to now wllllig fur tie be removed from tee in order tII1A- tbe I may form a world wide trot and- pendearubYccontrol the worlds prices lde of tariff We have contended nM along that It was a fooMsn thing lor We R reIdUOtroubles ateIId whenever K te at- teatpted Good wages is west makes prosperity iad we Lad better ve no ravMon than at tae cost of wag s Tbe Jerk Coinn was nominal omojcrawHe lied a herd tiger and won only by a sorHteh He roe announced atari ke dartres to W in the Legislature to look utter tie + hoes racing in terest It ought nut tIO be a difficult task for vce Republicans of aCercer county to end one of their number inattfad of the warrior Jack IB this Issue we publish a number of cards from defeated candidates in Ube recent Republican primary elec lion all of which are written in the proper spirit and show a Ommendablell Bourse from those who 1y dlsappOioHd in their ainbHJons and I should commend fw writers to athet Republican voters of the county for future honors It is tills spirit of loyalty under disappointment which maintains party dltoipHne and makes it possible for any party to win atI the polls and is the fame sort of spirit which sbould and would have been shown by tho winners had they been loton1 As we have often stated before we did not get our choice all the way through in die ticket but thet choice of the Republicans of Ohio county is our olio ee and the ticket will receive the best support from this paper which It is able to give with fair play for nilIAt the meeting of too FIccal Court last week a change was made from tile IPIIfJln wioh bus been In vogue for two years for looking after roads and bridges in the couiay fly this change te County Judge is really made the Road Bridge Conullf ion er with an asetatajit In every Mag isterial district Mr G A Ralph rutsI been Road Bridge Commissioner for two years and has made an excellent record He bus gottotr Ve roads undI bridges in tho bM condition possible with only a bart time In which toIaccomplish te work because of ex treme wet weather until midsummer of last ytu 111 1ms done this who out the expenditure of any more money than tins be n h TftJfore up propriated The change was not made because of wry dissaJsfaction with Mr Ralphs work but because many peopjo Drought the county too large for one man to look after all atI it and as Uio law provided for only one man with no provision for him to pay assistants It eecmed q the Board of Magi tbtes that toile on ly thing to be done lit least crime present was to return to the old sys tem as an allowance for a salary suttficient to enable tbe Road Bridge Commlseloutr to employ assistants would in all probability not be enItioreed by the people It is 4o bo hopI hed that the coming Legislature i act needful legislation In 4e Inter est of good roads whernby Qhlojoun tJonerior to the present antiquated plan IIDrfcts have been tiled in i Kentucky against the Amjiijrtoj tacco Company now of Appeals and a dcciBiojaAM In a short Ume We arkag i c 1 11 eee than tats enforwd tgaJntt retriders rand every JawJecs eementua l we are equally interested In Bcclng It enforced against his gigantic trust which hits caused all the trouble wfcic has arisen from the efforts of tJ e tobacco grown to obtain a lair and equitable price tor the products of their farms It the Court of Atl pcals affirms tile cafe wtioii vVHB recently tried by special Judge llojt and appealed from Andoreon Couij It will indicate to tile people of Ken tucky that onesided jut Is wn to be dispensed Asalstmt Attorney Gen oral McGrtgor has tired an exceed- Ingly wong brief in this case a copy of which ie klidly fumltueil ui lie Mows to wtnt extort time 1111t eiminjutd all competition in tae to bacco trade and bow it controlled prices until Ue farmers out of U4CtS- sU organnxl fur sea prcttUCou If some of tne Presidents Secret SAr vic nteo could twive been awigrjed to Kentucky to have looked After ta tru+t md of uo fight in our umMt opinion a horrible Male of affoiie would te been exioed la tl fight the true evtowMly 1IpUt nUl ion of dolors to sutoldiz uewsjmp bets to pervert tie truth and 8I1Nd brokdoHt slander to te prejudice of Kentucky end watch it will take ya Jto overcome ohm were employed to read out false dSpntcfces to ascribe every fire and every crime no matter west its origin to the night riders land of course cooxect Ite jrfsr e r1 era with Me tobacco growers ttte light could be turned on tcis skid of tfca struggle an Mounding conditfon oC affairs would lie disolot ed and the country would be eurprls ed at tie names of man high ta life woo woe d be anown to have been involved in ail of Uus War fare against tie famriog clarwr wio constitute tie essence rand lat klro of our citiztdftiip 5 n rtit r olio iwfeh have tvsuoxl in bLtcktafeg lour good name abroad and who would bring down afros rock heals Just and rgarcous indgnaKviu which would drive them into an alien Jaw where they belong EFFECTS OF NFW SCHOOL LAW tA great deal of coafuvon wild ml umieKttMidilng fans arisen and wilco thus to arite uirougbout V u ky in reference to the new school law which kt many i eioots te n raeit change from the old alany of our pec pie ere evidently owoird to to n0W law and we muar lId1ftt teat H is open to some serious obj Uoos Howeve- on the whole we believe it wH prove a boKfU and wt It may be amend ed from line to time until tyQ ob JeoUonabo features are removed In thq motnnmc it should be given fair trial and its enemies shoo n remember that this law is pother chw geubleXo the RepubHwinfi or the item ocrste It was introduced trto O c Legishture by fle4 tf r6adte SuKi van of Madtron vunty a DmoMiaZ It hud tM act re support of RopubM can SupC Crabbe It was lined by Legislature wMch was IHmI a- in r both Houses Mid was signed by u Republican governor So that it will be seen that IxAa j m tos are resiwnrf ble for the law and about equally pro porton d TLo mnln objeoMon he Tew departure is that it make tto county the taxing unit inslerid of the dlsrrt thus compelling persons in one section of the county to contribute to the bul ding of sooool houses and the raalnt nonws of inci dofltnl oxpentcs in another part ortile county In tome parts of the county the people have Just completed ex peniivo wvlool buildings and have in curred considerable indebtcdntts This must lie paid by all of tI county However bore who object this tliouM renemWr that the ix too houses belong to all of the county that should a building be lost by fire or otherwise Instead of ate exec sire tax whi ii would come as acon Fcque ce to tIle citizens of the un fortunate locality It will fcertafter borne by al of the county mid will Ibevefore bo scarcoly felt by hhore who have teen to unfortumuo as t suffer iCe loss The levy wldcJu tic Fiscal Court was compelled to nnke last week for this purpose is bu wry little niece than would be levied by each rohool district for Incidental expenses und was recommended tho County School Board wafch is up of three Republicans and tlkree Democrats all of whom signed a report asking that the levy bftwiudo twenty cents on the hundred and One dollar poll tax Me cou mode the levy fifteen ciiKrf on ttoo hundred dollars and fifty erne poll taxWo trust that our readers wjl reasonable enough rto give the ne a fair trial and Hit is tell an lin provement on the old way and If it proves to be burdensome 4n the wa of taxation our Ilopreeorrtatpvein 4h next Legislature should be jp4ttioned o vote for lt0 repeal Musical Treat Pajtritk Ol3ulltvaaro0 Ijoulavliaei gie a piano recUalat the court h-rottsefa Hartford ontJ1 4thotfFe ruary Thla win aueportunKy mrelygiwn ltd assail cM1e r r A COMPLETE REQRGANIZATIO Of the Daviess County Union Of the A S OLE Is Proposed and Preliminary Steps Taken Last Saturday At tte county mt ting + of ibe A S of E ctwps were taken Icokfteg to R complete reorgMJzatlo Dfcvuei countyJWe believe that all teaiiz tI0 wlmtevar good lias bwn accompi M has been icade possible by Utbreu lag of the A S of E AHo we tw here that most fann i8 biinjvo tlat tiw surwt way to continue the un abounded pro r rity that now bkfHs too farmer call be 10 upbuild and strengthen the A S of E local K e and national ttwvfoie we earnitly rque t that aJ local unions wix ever located in Darttts county ux on Saturday night January 16 1909 and reorganize for the ensuing yr The national board of directors i avr decided for any cause whatever par lunyItIng by paying the dues for 1909 which is 1050 tills will include national paper All differences ol tu past are to be forgotten sad forgive Then reunite fBdug ube frontproi l- Ing by the mistakes of the pastiirke sure a conanuattoj of fair prUe fx farm products neThe ufcction of meaty officers fur rNSthe eiwuing year was postponed uiiI January 22 when tiaere rain K a was raeeUng of all members all wo have been members and all ate w become members of the A S of Eat the court nouw in Owensboio a ft a new constitution and bylaws will be adopted sad new officers eK ed for tie ensuing year FoMow funnere do not trot ils 11JDft w tightly but get busy and ww thut you will stand together tar uu tua benefrt dathey are region and wits Q111g1 conditions Unit now confror us make a now set of hylaws to Net ther40 local unions again active the oun ty and district urlons again mh tins with the oldtime harmony and good will those who bays hoped to proujr 1by the downfaH of fijllHj Win re ceive a Jolt Jre address of National Proeidontj Ct 0 Drayion was an an W only itgret that more farmers did not Lear kiln How nr1f wo can In duce you to act for your own g and reorganize your locals as well as your county union his address will trot have been in vain- Reylcoctfui PRICE m AnD J W KING K K110SELEYr1 RENDERsJan 12SCott Millard was in Con tea City last Wednesday Miss Opal Hufiley returned to Jicr home in Prentls tart Wcdiiedwy af ter sji ndMig rue holidays wKh lies Amelia Burton Simon Stephons returned Iroun Lou isrfUo hut Tuursdoy alder u neck stay Chris Aitby of Centertown nnd Cityo wtore J W Carter of MaUuizas and Juo weresHubert Oljr went to CuneyvlHo SaturdayG was in nearer DamSun dayMr and Mrs Oliver Jones of Tay HpwaoOHy were hero Sundayt ondlJre yesterday Mrs Joe James and sister Miss Nannie iilllard Here in Beaver Data yesterdayLittle J the 8 year old soap l Mr L E Herrel had ids rffhtleg hotrtt IandI pastann Messrs Berry Hardln and 11di rfiiih Knight Deanf Idd and oa B eVeiiB vllteeJohn a Spence went to Central today + T COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Jan 12oThe Literary i3adetynat Ihl rplace Is progressing nicely uader management ot Meesre Birch siaield Frank Miller bites JElBlo Hocker fa Mslting trieaAi r c r X J IMuUiI Ask wy rafniMf4 fetter and he wW tell yon that golden S8AI cnbeto awl oH of copaiba contained In Peruna are vahiabte rtmtdlea hi the treatment of catarrhal diseases And every honest doctor will 4concede that ceHosonla caaademto Q4IH5 Tr5JOa JMrf cedron seed contained In Peruna are toalc remedies of high vale with tJtl plaiN all the lea Hfli medical text books agree Ask your druggist for tree Peruna Almanac for 1909 and relatives in hickory neighborhood Mr S L Stevens WHO 1lS lee on the rick llst Is Cn iljvlg- I Mr Warren TnJiors wltlitTi iSa have bad pneuiconia for come time are Improving Rev R D BennoT of Hartford fined Ids reguiir apponianent at Prep tis Sunday Mr WilUe Rogers Cs iw better a this writing Mire Oplw S vers visited her parents SHurdny night wd Sunday wie was accompanied taco by ier couati Miss Betele Williams of heaver Dam Mr J A Stevens aad too of Hill- aide Ky spent a few days here last week on business Mr Lawrence Allen tas purchHsed a pant of the Davidson lanes and wit soonsiMiks Mario Stevens Is able to be out ogata after Gevftal doge illness Mr Sun Raffity and Miss Le Stevens were quietly anarrkd frt the home of the brides parents Sunday afternoon at 230 We wish them every happiness in tfielr new relaiMtia I JINGO Un 13lfrs Wtn Peach w io has I been seriously sick is impiwing slowly elides Edna Aden who has been at Narrows for three wake has return ed home 1E D Murltby ihas moved from iterI to Dundee J P Johnston of Narrows where Sunday iPred Patton end ffvnVly visited red atives here Saturday and Sunday Rev Louis filled his appointment Jiero Saturday and Sunday horn to tiro wife of J T Snell on- t4e101th Inst a JO pound boy Dr Stewart attending physician wLbhlld doing well Born to the Wile tiarn Rus sell the lOib hart Aifo a tioDrPendteUm offldailns t flpgatN8A number of young obis from here a wkd the social at f Jones Saturday night They rejortnpl- ant stime YMr C A Wlj9on 6f Olatoh and Was Elfle fif Coiicord neighbor hood ivcrre marricdonpthe 11U Ihst at Ura bo L Actoqv pn lyatety tiei4 were t vnnt i lltw t n2 l r lJ1 Intamt eon dies Wednedku7 MdiwM sd itt Oedingodoetileket7r qutsayis t e ior floitI SMALLHOUS Jtn 12Mrs Margaroue A Vau lIudlwas fry eHhtery alter funeral services by Rev R D Bennett of Hartfoid She leaves iushaml two cLIldronBlancJu and Marviu beblots a Just wf rcl Tiretore wetre u ter Jess Kirltey Alonzo WithrowOp Ile KKtinger Iud Bob Godsey Mis Mary Myers and Georgo Gal best Sourti Ciirrollton Mre T L Wdtiirow Central City Mfcssrs Lee Tlcaenw John Wood Mrs Led TicA enur ilitLtd Minda and Mattie Wood and Delia Everly Ceralvo wow among 1those who attended the funeral and burial of Mrs Margaret Witiirow- Mr Ben Bllbro of Oklahoiiin was tie guest of Mr and Mrs J C Drake Wednceduy lie will alto vis it hits brother MrS W Bilbro find dicer rejitlves before returning to his horns It hhs been twenty years since he left Kenu cky IMrs Charles AFurrier has return tier home at Evansville after an extended visit to Iier niotberMrs Mary A Tichenor air Tom Godseye Infant ton is quite sick Mrs Julia Wtthrow is on the sick Kst Mrs Lizzie Wllhrow who hUB been quite sick Is better Rev Gordon of RuEsellriHc will preach at SmaHhous Baptist church on Saturday before the fourth Sunday In Mils month at two oclock p in and on Sunday at eleven oclock am Mr Frank Ticheuor wire has beer saraeyeera specialist 1A1rW C Overhule who has boon visiting in Lis tile old jthome for a IlCYf days wturneA to TJanfftyrd Tucedaj afternoon Mr 6 Wl Overliuieri eat to Hart rod Friday snninng lVltha toad iof tobacco He was acoompan ledriiy Master lQddIe Lieu Bullock Dr Ford of Hartford lectured at Smallhouscbnroh Sunday evening and waa tb gue t of MrJC Bennett SUNNYDALE softieEd 8tJiweMr F D Baughn was tarH rtford rC 6n business Several day last week Mr and Mrs C X Bean attended Wio funeral of Mr Albert Acton at Dundee tit Friday Mr A D Powers of Concord Las t moved into rice wideucci with Mr 4rjFern Powers HIS Willie Bon and children or Hartford were the guests of Mr and weeksAIr wilt move ln o tlo house recently vacated by Mr Henry Berkley Mr G B Lee and family left Sat urday to make Alabama their homeLittle futnreILucile Baugon who last week of tonslliUs Ja better It Air Clarence Alea of Concord was the guest of his sister Mrs R F Jones Saturday and SundaytSunnydale school closed December 24 prizes were offered to thorn wlio were perfect tile largest number of days TOo prizes weMas follows First prize Ursula Wilson eecoud prize Ethel Bennett third prize Dora Davis fourth prize MattJo Whoa rtefirst three were perfect every day tmperfeet 6 I For Sale Two good yoke cattle sad log Wag on Apply to JIMWYSONGSunnydale Ky It Quiets the Cough f a oftrtrcasonwltyAyersCherry ble in con5UmtlUQJ1t Itops the wear and tear pfuscless fcoughing But it c nore it controls thejtqfljjrnrnaitlpn quiets the cyer sootKe heals Ask your doctor about this attmonfdSold I- IT Ii 1d bb7 Lemn7Fusoonw ILAJ I vieeez f 9bnlitMrN I We yabnoh ot1t ou tetwa4- taeten tit I JswlNrist etlr wlvA al t y I r1 R I rb S0LVE SNOWS NOT THE boWt S0ME OUR VERY tTWAN 1 I 1eunteai+ teswmee lr cJe 1011 TjpU lcyES oUR PRICES HAVE fALLEN BUT THEY HAVENT fALLEN oN SHIPPEDIN fAkE STUfft i THEY HAVE fALLENpN WHAT WEHAVELEfT of THE REGULAR LINES of GooD MERCHANDISE IT IMPoSSiBLE YoU KNoW To BUY dUST EXACTLY WHAT YoU ARE GoING To SELL AND No i MORE WHAT WE HAVE LEfT of oUR WINTER GooDS WE SHALL SELL AT SACRIfICE PRICES Price Sale on Cloaks BeGINS STTURD7Wt tt+ 1 And Continues One WeekCome and See Our Values r IHartford Republica FRIDAY JANUARY 1- 6y j IIInols Central RailroadTime Table North hound Nontlr Bonud Non dne 400 am to 1211uellliainN- o122due122opm No1U1dne248pu1 Nol 2dQe48 r m Nohldue862pm- IArKET TJlIIE TABLE 1 We Three leaves Hartford every Suuday timornln at 9 ocloek returning arrives Thura Jake OM Abe Beautiful that to Some tn1ke old i age like tbti bloom of youth dfsagreeableIInflict them on no one laster the at1 ot saying pltpsant- things j Do not expect too much of your friends diako wrlatever work comma to yott congenial yDa not believe all kbe world wicked and unkind i Never forget that kind words and a snilla cost nothing but are prIceless y ttahstrrea to tbel dtacoumged- J 11LDo unto others as you would be by Always take your prescrIptions to Hartford arug Company and tell r your nel ors to do likewIse Pure c drug3t k1Ued dhbmil1t fair deal o Ing and rwaonablo prices Insure sat lsfatt1onA full Une of Toilet Ar r1 UcJesi rtatonery and Office Supplies carried Mall tmeJ Cornu in- HA1TFORD DRUG COMPANY Jnco P9zatcdlr a fa A t J i1 t lfA Tipewrlier Carbon can be had at Mt11s officer d y it 0p iad onxliarnard rdoi4ar a slilar Dt i bottle 360OMvee ibr Only 21ic uaMfWi Grdoery tdI wI c s 1 t4ae puua new miX 1 Mete at here oc fi r1j ft fjWlr Mfi Corset c1trJ aaauM cq e- I tHar p Qi 19l YUO 4rtips bBbieereeedleieFte et26L-r tea I Cosmell 110 ttd bets ter Husky tltea y attire In ti toe I Tl 1 f 1t itI 91tiI ic rer i 11 t i 1I1II t 1 ttt1t t 2 Ye I j rt I k t iJ i I RE D THAT fAllSiHr5 v OUR ON OF BEST VALUES WE DO A 4Y LEFTS OUERSBjusiE OnoHalf Mr W P Downs TaylorvnIe Ill Is to gUI9 of Sirs E J Hudron city Schroeters Studio over The Republican office Duy one ofthoso new Walit9 be toro tJje are all gone- DARNRD 8 CO You am shoo your fornUy for a- sma1 outlay of money at Carson 8 Oos G D LlkolJlS city was In Cincinnati on legal busintlS9 fife first of the week Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford n F D No1 will answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour ltt Do not tall to hear Drayton Na tional President A S of E at the court house In Hartford Jan 16 1909 Mr E C Clemons ifc and baby returned last Saturday from a few days vIsit to relatives at rords1lle Ky Womens Skirts nicely cleaned and neatly pressed by Fred Robertson at the Y M d A building Glro him a trial hit Erv Crit 1JfDI1t1n Iforton W F Sandefur Roelne Jns T Davis Sunny dale and Albert RIsgs Nocreek were among our callers Tuacday- blessrsIRoseoe Williams CerohO C N rrayor Roslne 1 D Shaver Nt Crook and W j Dena city were among our callers 1Vrcinesday Received some ot thoso good D H Jones Sgoes Come In late but they are all right and we will not send- lhenlbaek Orly atBarnard Cos Chose 8 Sanborn FOR YOU TheI MAIN thing 11100 gilt the MAIN b1n4- otOctte andTea at the AIN gre- eery PIt the MAIN street IntdwnIhers Orceery- Tits 4E W Cooper who amid been the guest of her parents Col and Mrs CJoI Bttrnelt for gever4l days returned CodhorIhome eR NaahvllLe Tenn last Saturday Royalwhohadparents Mr dMhi J TW lIfce city returned to theft tJ01J r Tan 1fll tl County AttOmeyRMWoodWIrd left Wednesdaytor Greendllel Kv- h to goeAito ok stter important lawsuits do the lI11h1enburs Ctt +cuit- CouttfTt iseIi now Mr IIaanillal Traylor of WeWngton- Iathoa who for obe pest taprvei frersmJudge f B Taylor the tIM afbhe Jc ioII J 4 Bring your urslo U S CarsOn and get IU1c cash 261- 1Thttik otJiarnar Sc Po when i needof Ute neXt pafrbfShocsG- IYe Drayton a grout rooepUon Jan nary 16 Hewltl entttitaiuyrou j fir GentrY Yates Navfl c Tenn f the guest of relatives in HartfodI- FOR UENTDolhflbla atom or a- fico rooms splondtd loehttria pilly at tots office 2Gt Take your Clothes to Fred Robertson and have them clabed and press ed All worlcgullrnnfeedt Re1uetnljol our Jest bargains wi go first In oUr sale Dont be the last to start aisun Co I AVarner Bu Never tuat and Red fern Cotsots at Brwngid CU No- ot1tr like tteln Jr J A C1nck FOIU wp- suott or Mr xnd Mn J T 1Vaaa Jt city too fret of tha webL I President C O JroS1tJoJ INItlonl1 S efety rf Equity is a splendid 1Il1taker and will fur nsh you a fund cL lnfoxin a kll1 P not foil to bear bun lilt HlrUonl nor Saturday Jlr aid Sirs HtIWr Ems Whb 1 bppn spendlug the past twO months visLUnrg relatives send friends In antI near Hartford and vicinity left lust Monday Wr their hine Gqlden Col- aDo you want a ure41ko portrait of some tear one wlw has passed nwoy Dont give your stnuf plotune to some traveling agent whr111 you dont know Get Schroetcr to do taco workI for you 35t1 C O Drayton National PrSJdont tf tie American Spclet cf Equity will address U e farmers ct Ol oun ty at the ocur house In HmWJrd next Saturday at l pclcck p m Cm1C und bring your nelgbbor airs A L Hudson and eIlidten were the guesta orilrs E T Hudson city a few days lust week Toy will leavo for Oklahoma In about two weeks where they will join the husband and fntncr and iced el hn the futurorMr George IIIcltey ot tun eX 1 Hartford has sold Isis personal property and rented IUs farm for Ce oumlng year and will lthve In the near future with his family fur Gol den Colo where t1kY wm reside In the future The oneyearold son of dir liuck Smith of the Taffy neighborhood was severely burned last Thursday The little fellow was playing near the fire and its clothing caught Jibe mother was washing near by and gzsrb bed tile baby and itnmereed him tn the tub of water Dr A D Riley mua call ed and admaistercd unto tte iii Io fellow wno Is recovering Mr Jeo Taylor of the Wasltlngton neighborhood nstalned considerable injury to 1ne of ills tech last Fliday by getting same tun over by a wag 011 loaded with tobacco Tae nieot passed over the instep dislocated the bones and rent the tendous to suoh an extent tillut tile foot sad to be encased In plasterofpars casing Dr E D Pendleton attended too rjuried man Mr L D Shaver of VIe No Creek neighborhood bitS what 1s certainly n rare specimen of odd cain It is silver and one one lido bears the word Car Ious 1111 DlaGraUa 1S01 It Is pronounced by evcrad to be a Spanish coin and tf presented to srnttrt curio crank would probaby demand a splen did price On the reverto side uf time coin the lottollng Is entirely worn away The coin was found Ly one lOt Sir Shavers children on tile rod to school a few days ago A special tern of County Court was held 3londy and TutWllY for lthe pur pose of hearing a number ot cases Ube subject ot which was tho ws ssment of certainpropotr6osforlnxwton whloll had been vrn1ttcd during previous years Two of such cases were dolipOsed of Tuesdny An nireecL judgment was en tered lu the case of tlq Court uonwealth against Oho County Land and Mining Company providing for ilie payment of one thousand lollarn in taxes and too coot ot too UUgatQn A like or der was entered In tM case of tote Con monwealth agaInst tho Green River Carl Mining NnpatlT fliclag the amount of taxes at ono hundred doll m and cost The Uoatd Supcrv io n c bletcd Its work for the presentt and adjourned Tesday tt noon atten being idsee 1toWpMbablyaboytwha Tare Board will reconvene In a few dayssad will tytn sesslontfive days Ihe purpose oC rea i sonsrwhy theproposed rairca should not bo made Irhe ton which the Board may Fermin Insesaonla limited tA thirUend ys And in this county whloh is ItJaJiej e1t vmc t t ahyV enir tlidetgcomplete Iy1 orSi of tti tn I Y the metnbele Mii3oaMIor trrmalrthe J xrI 4 I 1 t 0 jr J flitsslu Cal P K own C M Ii1- De and probably oidiert but uto wen could not l1trJleft lvcdntlday tOItL 13kiatof- I UII1uary13 although snowy mId colds clubbravedF- our ot tho ptdJliesr and most urtlltic or many beautiful mlternthinhnelU- SWailo the Beautiful envakind aP- natun when wo entered Mn Woo dings spacious parlor n mimic snow stSorm grotWd US Twcie guucs of I IlhtilIIV- pItlzitlg und OOrtutul Mrs Wckt g and Stirs Mary Provrrg tLornsev InaryI Mrs Bean Dead i LMra Permollll Bean wife of Dr L I D Btiui who his been eticlltd f r- i scvenll years t uldl 1 at her hane em Unla9h street J1vndsyl JI1Irrll1S at 7 all oclock fourts bore Pier affliction wtli groot pa Hence She avas tic 1 ugntH or Mr Harvey Baker and her uIxhter was Miss aarlcltc Render She leaves oue son Dr J S DcJill of OL1iton Iits one brother and t1 stater Mr- J W Baker end Mrs P O Austin Itaver Dam Mrs R P HockeT Ok 4WOleday UoIrnlng CtJndllclrkJ1 by Rev VirI- gll Elgin after whichi her rrol1alns were laid to rest nit Otkwwrd IiICI the recent elettiou J desire i ill jIIrfriends In the race and probably would hmo boen larger but for tire populaflyoftice throe oxcoll nt gdlrl wile apposed uhe In Ihios coy nrr- ttah I desire to sirtte that 110 oneavill more loyally support the nominees tI tho a crrt prdmary t1an- Rosptctuiil y yurJ- EROSIE ALLEN I ASdlZA I Bend theThe Kind You Hare Alaals Bought S1gnLture ct I I Why Use a TelescopeTo It no witch t o know that we headquarI Holeproof e gains The many- bargainsales giv= en this month cause J Itogains = = see You dont need glass = es to find real iIIat requires Wunderhose Shawknit and the IION IBarnard Co- HARTFORDlAU KY J+ N1 1164 iVrM1AlrA INM i N 4lMMNA MdM TEE BIG Sale Is Still On HT CJRSON Cos What an Observer Saw at the Big Sale He saw 18 Suits sell for 1350 He saw 16 Suits sell for 1150 He saw Mens 10 Suits sell for 750 He saw 350 Shoes sell for 198 He saw 200 Shoes sell for 139 He saw Mens 150 Shoes sell for 98ce He saw Childrens 1 Shoes sell for 60c He saw 750 Cloaks sell for 3 He saw 50c Underwear sell for 39c He saw Ladies 25c Underwear sell for 19c He saw boys allover town wearing good Suits they had bought here for 65c He saw one man buy 25 worthof Boys Suits Shoes and Suspenders for 960 He saw 150 and 200 hats sell for 98c saw one man buy 7 pairs of Shoes at less than wholesale price saw one customer buy biggestsalethe largest stock of goods in the county to select from This sale will continue until January 231909 It will pay you corne40 miles to attend this sale It wall save you money and you new clean merchandise at low prices you nev- erheard before CARSON COMPANYj 1 1 I INCORPORATED li AIr t is YJ il 11 Il W 1 4 J Hl s Jt 0 r ob 1 T1 n +Jlr4 J WIf tpt r i T1 UitEi 47 f1lJh r w It y1 x s r r4 r+ 1 WEW ELECTRIC WON DERS ARE GREAT Packet Telephone Recovers Stolen i Watches and Acts as 1Sleutht Electtdtnl lnventlon if the merits claimed for a now telephone receiver are to be boUevod puts all ormer de vices and inventions for the Sherlock Holmes protCfion in the shade One or the exhibitors in the telephone sec tion or the Electrical Show to be held 1n the Coliseum from January 1G to 30 will show and domonStrnte what has been collect nn troIbone a scientific br1J1g device dtlgned for the dear fnciePntally 1t is n pock et device Writing to the mlt1ngers of tM show the manufactures sntdSumo time ago we sold one of our pock telophonee for the deer to a gentle mon who Was not aCllcted in trlsman ner and we did not know what it was to be used for do ills erase We have just betel informed tnut he was a prlvan detoo4ean used too In strument to beer whet people said in an ndJolnlnG room OtJilnisa the could not hnve overheard the oonI versaton wMoo resulted Jn tle recovery of a number of watches tolien from a leading manufaoturer means of this instrunnent ihe was able to locate the wwches by their tick ngIthow A lending milliner Gn dined towards eeetrical invention se well ItS nrlilinrryj cir aUon hoe brought for++vtrd the ntumlnated Merry WJdow for 1909 One creation is that of a surge hat profusely trimmed with flowers In the center of encl1 flower Is a mina turo lmmndescent lamp which when lighted emphasizes the dainty coloring ot the fowem Another creation is decorated with bung of nrtU clal grapES dlluriantcd In a similar manner the Illumination comes frQ3u a tour I wPOr1erattained is trtcttve explains the designer k to subdued to the extont tibet It will not bo sensationally tlnshy rue Eleetrknl Snow however will not be all noyePJts Tto big new plnctical things In electricity will prevail G H Atktn represent8ng the Electric SSofnge Battery Corlany oI Philadelphia s pretmring to show one of the big storage battery cells wllee have so much to do with solving the problem of carrying the tlnouainils of Chicagoans to and from work evary day This exblbit is Lcll1g made with the ism that the public is taking U keen lntezEst in publle uttdty nfuhtiI and that It will be lnerested to know lug the methods ntdiway em11oy to handle trio 001111811108I morning and eveung Examiner The Mud Tax It is won known to nil who have 1nIdlrund more wtHribly hold than direct taxes There Rfe rases however wte it Is intereling to go below tho sur face I1PilOflnUIOO of tttlnW told to study to rsRRl tof some tIIX08 wiy4oll ales so litUe felt that the average dtdzea- is not even conoulus that be pays thorn Whet has been heppGy called Llle nnud tux ttuat Is tile burden hnpo1ed by IlOot roads Is one of the must striking illustnttions to bt found There are in the United States fame what more ttU1J1 two million miles of roodscnough to put a gtrdo round the earth eighty times at the equator Ot tl14s OnOrlIJOlLS strt4eIi of hlghway only one nulls In fourteen can be cli- ed as Improved that is us anything more than an ordinary country dirt road duy in dry weattner mud dy In wet and nt nil times gulllO with ruts und hollows Over thct raids two hundred and fifty million tons of freight awe haul ed every year utIlII average cost of nearly twentyfive cents a ton mlle In France the hauling is done at an average cost of about half the expense in the United States and often as low ns sevon cents a mile AllowinG an average freIght haul of wino miles which is the government figure for this county the American has to lay about three hundred mihlomdollars u year for Its mud tax his is wholly apart from tho l1IGM- ymillion lss year Ndllch Js spent In work do the roads much of it und- ntellfgentsand therefore futile f true problem of gOOd roods Is pn wa rill a farm problem but it dace not by ny moon atop at the farm Poor i roads add to the cost of every egg JiW1 oh the city bueneisstiat1n cots to every pound of beetw b to his ttabcr every tstick of timber In the OOl wJJfch sbelfenl his head ltierefa aleo th9Wportan1f educes Uonal and ebcial side of the matter Wtere there are poor roads there are also poor seboals and barren and cheorlesa homes The regions of the poorest roads In America are also those In which there is the amount of Illiteracy end the lOweSt standard of living fhese are matteni which oughtJ to be pondered by ail wbo have charge of the roods and by all who uSe them Fortunately these are agerlciea which are dtnascntinaUng information on this convndg the people they will gredual succeed in convincing the people that badly made and badly kVt tends uN wasteful and costly a Human Skull His Target Claude Statzer was the original bad boy of tile Mt Was ington neigbboN hood it half of what the neIghbors said about him Is true WhaNthey mid was plenty twice over to send- jhim to DoonvUlo where the elate of 1rl hus n reformatory Judge ll 14McCune made the order iu tl1 Ju revile Court yesterday It might not have gone so bed WI 1 Claude had he not shot and kl1ed John Parks a playmate OIL Chrlstnms Day The neighbors many of them said that Clnude was 19 and that ho had been accepted for enlistment in the army subject to physical exarntration-I nut the young man said he was lEi and so it was the reform school Put him away somewhere Judge pleaded that mother of Parks He has killed my boy and there Is dan gr for every child In the nelg bor hood as long os ho is Where And then they began to SO into Clliudes past There was the story of many dime novels only flho uu- toroffact Courts refer oto them as- fivecent novels for tlmfls what they cost In these days There was another tale of how tae lad had rick ed out a box car for this very own snaking a homo and a fortress out of It And then there was a narnt- tivo of how the boy WitS often seen with a gun why said A P Fonda Justice of the Peace in Sugar Creek this boy dug 61wl tons from on old buryngl ground near 3t Washington He took the rings off the fingers The skulls sct up for targets for his rifle Sometimes lie lint u cigar or a rigu- retta In n hoo do u skull and tried to shoot avuy tro tobacco I have bad lithe In court on connplalnt of tile neighborsA eJer eftho neighborhood related how ho was going home one night when the boy dtalted hint at the muzzle of a rifle As soon as oh9 sew the mercllllnt pUlnlr enough to recognize him ile apologized for a Taro of mistnben Identity In sentencing Claude Judgo U L 1cCune showed Ms enmity to tire gun toting practice Said the Judge It ought to be u crime to palm a gun at anyone Im going to put u slop to tats carrying of guns by boys Opportunity for Young Women Nursing tie best paid occupation The Philadelphia School for Nurses 221i OlJestnut Street Philadelphia Pa offers Free Scholarships in Train lug Nurrdng to yuong women in every State In the Union MsSonohvmhips cover tile full two years coursewith roornbocrduniforms laundering etc included and railroad fare paId to home town or dlslriot upon the corn llietion of time euorse A home study euurro stud u w ost- resdlont course are also provldod- wn4eh quickly opened tile door or oPIO- Lunity and enable prngresslto students to render n noble servIce to humanity and lit the same dime acquire tor themselves a substantial Income from the best paid occupton now open to women besl s qUIltng every student to deal willh emergencies in the 4mome toot may mean the ratting of a loved ones life Farseengphllanthroplsts are addln to the resources of the sailoolwlth the view of ultimately extending theta benems to earnest enrrgeta young women in all country districts and In nil tiro smaller towns and clUes The Institution is approved und en domed by leading I IIIISc1ans and educators of the entire country Some of the leading men of this State are Its strong supporters and endorsers as wtll be seen by the catalogue wMcohj will be sent to any ono who wrlcs to the school for 1t SURE CURE For AU Diseuea eI STOMACHLIVER THE OLD f4SIONP- USH UARr PAY Greek and italian VendersMake as High as 8 a Day PusllcarUng is an interesting municipal problem afahy rioons are engaged in 1t some as ledlvfdual pro prdetors but most under thg padrone system A cart costs aoout10 dad- a license I renewal 2 After many years knocking about the city I can not soy that I ovor mwa native American behind a push curt nor Ut1 Irishman nor nn Englishman nor rL German or u Frenchman nor a no- gro Tbsbud1l0CfS seems to be altogether In the hands of lower and orIcontrol These GJolceks and Itadans usually front the lowest cltsSe8 get lien- In pusllcartlJ1g Tdlcy are petsSeu ed by the police They are robbed by the grafters They are noveathusscour- ugeous In maintaining their rigl1ts At the critcal momendt they woolten and run away We have just llelird a great deal about graft In the I1- ccnro Bureau wLele a pU9hatrt hoot Is taxed as muoh n9 15 or 20 WJlfn his renewal fee is only 2 Bu- he must have proteetlonl J belaevu the business should be cllboHfilfcd These felowe wlo can life on 23 cents a day never skiddoo until driv en by time pollee mounted and ou foot They olog tale narrow screw and hinder traffic Here is n Greek lIe takes out no papers He never ntcnds to become u ctizen He pays this city only 2 a year renewal for tllo privilege of impending We street trafiCtualt is ho pays the enormous sum of less than Or10 cents a day for a U cense to stntJon his cart do the gutter und obstruct the mOVOOlCJ1t or all- morchundlke Tho grafter coence long once a week and Lays See here Graeco youll have to move ou or divvy Grneco divvies Every once in a while the head grafter orders the J11ountl br afoot police squad to hustle em along a bit to make an Impression but the brigudo is knelt next day doing business I1t the od standA Greek told limo that hOmld 8 a day out of llfs purocnrt bustaess notwithstanding what the mSenger i boy Mote from him Tne pushcart w we nil know 16 limo messenger boys dcllgat Tile newsboys likewise pat maize It In u predatory nlanndr and the loss is not Inconsiderable So 8 n day is good money In a few years the Greek is able to return 4o At tica or buy n farm among tae Ann dlnn Mils and revel for tte reeve of Ills natural ire like a Ryan going back to the slmplicty of the Old Dominion CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of i Always Keep a Battle in the I House About ton days before Cbrisftnas I- gst my hood tJurt so badly xat Itad to stop work right in the busy time of the year says Mir Mutton Wohooler 2100 Morris Ave DlnmJlgnm rAta At fIrst M thought I would Jlavro to someoneIThe Liniment cured myiinnot and I gladly recommend It to everyonb Mr J E Matthews proprietor of St James Hone Corning Ark says My linger was greatly nfaimned from afish sting and doctors pronounc = ed It blood poisoning J used sevorl applications of Sloons Liniment und it cured me all right I will always- keep a bottle of Sloans Liniment in my house air J P Evans of ALt Airy 01- 16ayAiftr being atfllowd for 4three years with rheumatism I used Sloans QUICkeliefndCUSforUcache tacltaebe D1zzlnua TndlxestloR Nalriaetcr- f 1 d t Ltnilnent ails wilt cured sound1end well and om glad to lay been trnubid witQr oDbmnatlsru since My leg was txi Uy sWolcet from my hp to day knee Oneheir Q bottle tOQk Clue pain und swling out THE VERY BEST tIIOt Have any of our readers seen a recent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest pie on earthThe editor lby asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve mentS and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce n paper that eataddtly fits needs of C1 family and n lliaterial aid to fatlier mother and children in teaehlug that higher level III life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and fucrease the income from his efforts The mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that iIAs are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is anon 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 life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being II The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by Writing to the ENQUIRUR COMPANY Cincinnati 0 SEEDSBuckbeea Full of Lire Nottbetn Grown Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 8 yean 01 tuccesslul seed growing be dud tbem It pays to slant the lwsl- Seasonable Specialties BEANSEarliest Red Valentine 3s0 Bushel RefugeeExtra Early 32S Bushel New Green Pod 1370 Bushel WardweUImp KIdney Wax 450 Bushel Davis New White Wax H73 Bushel Currles Rust Prool Wax 4so Bushel PEASExtra Early Alaska i15o Bushel New Early Gradus 1S5O Bushel lIorslord Market Garden 3so Bushel Buckbeea Lightning Express 500 Bushel Lettuce Radish Tomato and a lull line dSeeds Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prlces- Send for complete catalogue or submit a your requlrements will quote prices Buy direct from the JtTOwerSave Money WrIte today Mention this paper H W BUCKBEEl368 Buckbee St Rockford Seed Farms Rockford la AFRell pe r TARRH CAY Elys Cream Balm is quickly absorbed Gifts fillet III Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseased memo brnno resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold In the FEVERstoresWaste and Smell Fullafze50 eta atDrug- gists or by mail In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brother 56 Warren Street Now York l rLEGTRI8 QITTERSI beeit tome curatin IJJidlcmer tees dl 5Sc Guarantee DireotdryOho Couay Circuit CourtT F i3irkllead Judge FleuorJUeriFelix Master CornmiulonerY LMoee leI Trutee Jury Fund R II Martin Sheriff Hartford Doputlea S A Dratoher W C J W Martin Giant PollRrdOourt convenes first Monday to QIamb and August and POI tchirdmonooyInCounty CourtW B WS TInsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford CoUrt convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtDeglns on the thIrd Monday In January Aprll JUly and 0c tober Tuesdayday In Uctober Other OUlcerN Moxtey Surveyor ahreve S W Leach Assessor R- ltoYJamellD Superlnten ant Hartlbrd Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo 3u3YICt E COUwT- sf II Williams DeaverDamMarch 2e June 3 September 2l December It W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 26 June 25 September 23 Iecember 26 W S Lean DundeeMarch 7 June 26 September 26 December 27 W It Edge ordsvllleYarch 28Junt 2 September 27 December 28 D S Chamberlain nodsMarch II June 25 September 28 December 29 Herbert Render CcntertownMarcb- 3l June 29 September 29 December 30 Jchn H Mlles RockportMarch at June a September 30 December law HARTFORD POLICE COURT GenllCIt7Attornoy blurt convenes rieeondMonday In eoo month City CouncllJ II Williams Mayor George Los O1erk S K CoX Trnas urer R E L Slmmerman C M Dar GrlttlnHookerSchool Trustees lIartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn W It TlnsleyC M I3unnatt and Dr E D Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Cllnrob SouthServlctG third Sunday In each month at U a m and 7 P m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray oveningRevBaptist ChurchServices held Satu1Iday nIght before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday nIght and fourth Sunday everyWednesday SundayinRoV 1JQcrth Pastor everyfourthP m Rev W D Wright Pastor t31CRET tlt1CIJ1TJEB Hartford Lodge No 676 13tie A Ma- Sons mceis first Ilnd third Monday DkTncttW everythirdRoscoefender SmeetsHeweRileyRough RIver Lodge No 110 Knightt- of Pythlaa meets every Tuesday nIght RenderKHartford Tent No 99 K O T IL BPendletonRecord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets fIrst Friday evening and third MrsEkeeperPreston Morton Post No4 G A n holds regular meeting Saturday bet the first Sunday do each nonNh Ash RogersAditOhio Tribe No 188 Imp Order Re Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nights In each month C E Morrdsoon Saonm A E Pate Odiet- of Records Acme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets every second and fourth Mon day nigct ot 730 L N Gray N DD D SOUroacr Sccliury NoImonth Noah Skuggs Pres W D Lucu S cTscvs OFICIAL ROSTER AmerIcan Society or Equity o National Officers C O DRIYTON Pros Greenville Ill ngGrool1S D KULP Sec Treus Indiana polls state Officers J C CANTRILLPres Georgetown Ky S D ROBERTSON See Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pros Beaver Dam KyOAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky- C E SMITH See Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION J irtt DoWeese Chairman Hartford Ky 1 WeAshle Hartford R F D No 4 2 J A Bolamy Wlribesvflle 3 F D Baughu Hartford It F D No 1 4 Jno W Taylor Beaver Dam It F D NQ 3 6 IUohaidPhnmnwTayor Mln 0 J Li Drown Ralokpoat L I r f S i TIYElaflGfr GRafD rfIrcS lol oArfll so r f- Aic OF 2Iz1GoNNEROuL BRANCFI S INCLUDIJrE flEGMPlfPW L 0E5 LESSONS IN SECLJREPOSIfCONSe AND E WRITE noW ADDR Rsai BOWLING GREENBUSINESSUNIVERSITY BOWLING GREEN i lG r Y1T r f FOIlB 1 BARNETT SMITH s ATTOBNYS AT LiWr HARTFORD ICY- l UI practice their profession mall thevcourts of Ohio and adlotning ties and Court ot Appeafe Speotal at- tentlongiven to aUbultlnC8il entrustedto theIr care Collections and the Prae ceof Crlnrlnal and neaJ Betate Law Specialties Office In Republleai1 build- Ing FRANK L FELIX AttorneyatLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession in Ohio and adjoInIng counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a In the Her aid buildingr CHAS M CROWEa LAWYERHARTFORD Will practice his professIon lit an the courts of Ohio and adjoInIng counties and In the Court ot Appeals Special at tention gIven to crIminal practice and to collections Office In old Republican WIbuilding on Center street JNO B WILSON I ATTORNEY AT LACY I1ARTFOfD KY SpecIal attention gIven to collectIon making abstracts c also Notary PUb Ile for OhIo county Office north side public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law 1FwillpensIonEtccountyOUlce M LIIEAVitIN EII Rtll WOODWAnt HEAVRIN WOODWARD r e OCt1eJ S t7tetalkl I HARTFORD KY I Will practice their profession In 1Courten otlminal practice and collections Office next door to Dank of HarttordN YANCY L MOSLEM + ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY t- wm practice hIs profession In all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoinIng and In the Court ot Appeals counUeeItary Public Office over First NaUona i Bank IWIIBARNESBARNES ANDERSONII Attorneys and Counselors at law HARTFORD KY theyhavetice of Law In all courts State and Federal with offices south aide ot Maia street opposite Court house Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Rea Estate will bit given special iiiWS A ANDERSON and TRADEMAreK8 WeMJla1u PJOlDpt obllDeclla drernsethastherugtiiyacarexpense 1 on IIood model photo or sketch ter FR EE report ForfrsspaldBoot 150WASH I KILLHECQQCHiAND THE LUNCS e WITH DraKjflg s CIFfANDaTIaaeOTOZo u sh0y0tjR D iDIilN ED 1poAtlr na 1 bheotcxW jer W coINALLCOUNTUI es gr IIN P 4 f1tA Piftt tathsoMllLtdiqn1r Wrl or Is MMi+M r 1ITw w tAIRSUlpTO EROSS OCEAN GIant War Craft Will Carry One Hundred Men i Machine Will Cost 1000000 and Will Weigh About 140 Tons A aerial wartihlp 700 feet over oil and 80 feet began nblq to tarry JOO men find an armament of guns und eon mun0tlonjand food and fuol enough for a trip across the Atlantic ds to yardsrat r an estimated cost ot 1000000 by the I Aerial Navigation Company of Ataer lea now Ib process of organization no cording to War iPennlngton Airship Pen ISo na air Let a Nixon calls ma khan may look eomeittdng like snit tary domlnaWon of die nir but Caere Is another aerial weapon under way that may make It useless It is the discovery of Mark Anthony nod is nothing Ices than a dirigible air torpedo steered and controlled by wirel- esS electridty for a distance of from 10 to 20 miles- MrvAntfiony is an electrical engineer of this city who begIn to study and experiment with the wireless control of airships three years ago Ho has discovered he rays that a airship can be controlled perfectly by ydreUws eloctriolty nod Ms system iba now been perfected to a pullet where a hsloon 22 toot long with a capacity for 600 cubic feet of gas la moved about through the air euWeynt the will of tbe operasor who reinadtts- the on ground and namely manipulates an electrical keyboards Bo positive are the Inventor and his friends that a great discovery has ben mdao that they arc now having a dart balloon built and are arranging to glvo i ofilcitt 1 teats before Government off olaals at Washington Mr Anthony and several witn s CS- I declare he has demonstrated a perfect control of the balloon at a plus tance of snore t than 10 milts and toot with tie balloon 100 feet in the ia air near Newark ho has placed his wireless apparatus on the top of a sky ongxrIn Manhattan and for ueai L lyi ai hour caused tWo balloon to perform all sorts of evolutions as ear- lfly ss if a man were actually sitting t Inljbjie frame and guiding its move meeti system Is opemted says Mr Anthony by an automatic cutoff to j guard against Interference Even If some one else were tuned to any sys tom hie couM not control it because can Jock it aganst any outsllde coo JtrotTMa airship of mine can be cent up from the deck of a battle shdp equipped with a toad of dynamite in any direction and rotund being ai the tlmo controlled by the operator remaining on the ship It can seat away 10 or 20 mites drop its loadof dynamite on another ehip or fortification and made to turn about return ke a carrier pigeon TW m chin con be built I think for less t ft than the cost of a torpedo It could be equipped with a time clock to ex plod it at a given time Concerning the aerial warship to be constructed dn Ws yards Mr wwlo yesterdayPhep something than 11000000 When completed 4 will probably weigh 140 tons It has I been most carofuUy thought out 4n erery detail by Mr Pennlngton =Air Penningtont working every day oat olio design for the ship I have r been asked to act aa consulting engi veer Thurjow Weed Barnes afro ban boon knows in conneoUon with ObFnea raMway operations is mentioned fttM Profddent There is no reason to doubt the BUCCCES of this ship All of the prin ciples Involved In Its oonBtructoln 4iav already boon teetfd and found feasible or course It will involve a gas en velopo C This envelope will to of silk or Jof i lie new type of linen that bus found to bopracttoal for this pur lIXIfroancJ it will be inclosed in one of stool or aluminum In fact we decided upon aluminumat todys con ference as the Mghteet end beet for thte purpose VAn Ingeneous Merchant Recently a wealithy merchant In Par who dOO aa extenrfvo bufilness WIth Japans waa Informed that a prominent firm lint Yokohaana had toned but the tiaeae of toe firm he could not learn t He could have learnd the truth by cab I wentra w eeive4ltlle news and reaueMcdlhim to i reread tie name of the fIran t Tate a rery delicate tMngrito Feplled the banker terthe 1w Yt1ieRi A + u names I might incur sumo responBlblll ty J The merchant argued but In vain and finally he made this proposition f will giVe you ho Il1dn list often firms In Yokohama sod I will ask you to look through It and then to tell me without mentioningw any name whether or not the name of 4be firm which has tailed appears In Lt Surely you will do that for me Yes Said the Banker for if I do not mention any name I can not be hel responsible In any way trio list was made the banker look ed through itand OB he handed It back to the mrrchant said Tie name of the merchant which has fulle l ds there Then Ive heavily repJtdi the merchant fir that is the firm with which I did DuslnttsolOTxing him a name OIl te list But how do you know that is the firm which las failed asked the ban ker in surprise Very easily replied the merchant Of the ten names on this list only one is genuine that of the firm wiih which I did busni ts all the others are oro flctitousTitBits- Howls Your Digestion Mrs Miry Dowling of No 228 8th Ave San Franclsco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Blttera Jn a case of acuto indl gestlon prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on the market today This great tonic and alterative medi cine invigorates the system purifies the blood and Is especially helpful in atnall druggists m DRANK 40894 QUARTS OF WINE New Yorks Champagne Suppers ICostSociety Folks Fortunes Deserted creels In the forenoon hours of yesterday boro silent tcslJ money to tine fuct that all Now York slopt late From figures gleaned from the principal hotels and cafes as to the amount of champagne consumed In the course of tno New Years eve cojebratlon a Times reporter learned yartea day that In wo dozen platys a total of 40894 puarts of olmimpagae were drunk at an estimated cost of 286188 At the hotel Delmont more chum pagne was consumed than at any oth er hotel visited Here according to tbe figures taken from tire stock books of tho wino colasr It was learn theIthat the majority of this ouwuitnigm was of a vintage which Bold at any where from G to 10 a quart and as the average price received was 7 a quart the receipts for champagne 1at this hotel alone amounted up to 29400 b0At the Cafe ilartln according to figures given out there nearly 5000 quarts of champagne were consumed The amount of wino told at other hotels and cafes according to figures which the respective managers declared were official ore as follows Plaza 2200 quarts St Regis 900 quarts WaldorfAstoria 3000 quarts Hotel Manhattan 600 quarts Hotel Astor 3000 quarts Knickerbockor2 732 quarts Cudlllac1250 quartsMari quartt200 quarts Victoria 200 quarts Qftir tinlque 500 quarts Shanleys BroPd nany and foraysecond street 3112 quarts Hoaleys 1230 quarts Rels enweberfl 1000 quarts urraye400 quarts Keenes and Drowns chop houses about 300 quarts ooh Cafe Beaux Arts 2200 quarts Jacksl BOO quarts Burnss 600 quarts and Churchills 750 Quarts Iqulrtes nt Dclmonlcos and Sherrys elicited the information that wbilo there were many dinner and supper parties at each of thtso places yeti the wine consumed was no heavier proportionately Thursday night than on other occasion- sAtonepromlniint BrrWwaycafe one man entertained twO women and n man His order consisted of a basket of wine one dozen bottles and at the same time he instated that a cooler be brought for each bottle Tils done ho lad fcho waiter take the wIno from the basket and Insert a bottle In each coofcr Ttoon die toad the dozen coolers grouped Inn clrcl about his tobH Th4s tab O ftttmacted con sdlemblq RiWontlon especially when the host presented one of 4ihe women with tho basket from which the vino was taken and Jnetefod upon puttiqg it in thor automobile nvihcq the party broke up oJ l He is MilrfiCd No v Hobson 8111 waKatctf wap wlt v Ja1 an We 1 votc tk ea1 when the Qsgttain put hilt atouthtoati eterusar gu ti x 4 tblen 1 t j ri I COLDEST PLACEt IN THE WORLD Is the Village of Verkho yansk in Siberia It is the Refuge of Political Ex iles and its Inhabitants Y all Lose Their Mind There Is absolutely no place In the wide wide world so desolate and terrible as VerWioyanek in Siberia Ehe unfortucjutjQ won who Mvo tfrteio who have to live herefor they ore politi cal exiles snort of thorn srow old dn- a few years and after indescribable sufferings e iti r lose their mind or commit suicide unless liiiqy mpldjydo of cold and plunge While traveling round te world writes a correspondent I fcewitl a great deal about the Cold Pale and the horrors of life at Vorkuoyunsk and became curious to ECO for myself whether It was block PB it was palnt ed Getting there was no comfortable task One travels In the most priml1 tine fashion In taeee regfoos Buty fi nally I came to oho famous IJkIge If an agglomeratioit of 100 dlliphucod houses earthen huts and Indescriba ble heaps of filth cnti be culled nvlV lagc There arc but two houses worthy of tie name tto tiny oaureh and the residence of the chief official and his subordinates The other dweJJr g9 are small dilapidated wooden hilts where dozens of po4ukril exiles are lierded together Titore ore mo roads to speak 4hero oral there rustic boards have been thrown down do mark the way but hey disappear undo the refuse which Is dropped from rte houses And now 6Mnk of tie mournful silence and of toe darkness There are no birds there are no animals save a few horses and a herd or two of reindeer in find around Verkho yansk and the winter Is one long ter rible night Lt is ony four times a year that the post comes mid It contains lot tors antiquated newspapers dally cen sored and money for a few iprivlleg ed ones I dare say the reader can imagine with what indescribable gerI ness the poor wretches watt tlo rival of the reindeer or dog +hawn sleigh which brings news from home It is the most pathetic scene lhave ewer witnessed and I do not wish to witness another similar one Some of the men went into hysterics others fainted but the majori ty cried cried like little children and collapsed for the news Is mostly bad news A man called Abrwinotf once an eminent physician for whom I took a great liking had not henna from this mother for over ono your A letter was brought In to him at last Just as we were smashing ter with a Hammerfor tea like every thing else in this abominable climate turns Into solid stone The letter Informed him that his mother was dying It was dnUxl seven montlB back Abramoff wept a while and then begun to lough stupidly The next day the rolf official with whom I was dining quietly informed mo that Abramoff lied hen found dead in his den Dead I exolamed He Idled of sorrow then I dont know lwas the reply He hung himself tho fool During to long winter months the entire population has to remain in doors The night seems endless and the silence without is maddening In their dingy quarters lit only by the fJrefor candies and lamps ere a lux ury the miserable ejttks sit hour af ter hour bilking of the past when their mini is capable of an effort but most of the time silent and des perato Tile oxltes onjoy a certain liberty The officials do not tear evasions How should the wretches escape Where should they go They are hun droll and hundreds of miles away from civilization and could jvotflnd a morsel of food away from ithe sot tlcment And there is the coM forests ice snow death lurking everywhere for victims Meanwhile the officials drink to while away the time It is tjbelr only occupation At least they forget the horrors of this Polar solitude The prlqDcrscannol1 afford vodka and thydo not forget C3AetvcnLXjSLm Bean thtTipKM You Hw Alwars Baoiht 61g9ttttreResolutions 11 of Respect iWberoBa Hartford Text No 99 K O T M has in the sod death of David Bills bomas tuffatd the toss of one ofttsanostfaaUlfund best loved snot bera iWa tsatreeonte wMsa pleasure ihav reordofh4s ra roboretiipvfa thle tent f f ii4A DavidE UsLwasbora Jan d tkt I t u r uary IBtli 1854He was a charter men her of Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M organized October 27Ui 1902 tOOImously reeleceed at every sucocidfng election by the tent On July Mb lmundetIrod by the laws of our order on one wiho has served tie tent acoeptabiy as Record Keeper for three consecu tive years On July 26th 1906 too Supreme Tent delivered to him a ccr tiflcaAe ratifying tiho notion of this tent In electing him Past Commander which certificate was framed by our tent as a testimonial of our appre ciation of his services for us and for the order In the performance oIMs official duties Io woos careful and painstak ing In the practice of ftatertity find beneo onccie was generous and wue In his business deaiires he was hon orablemud proved worthy of every trust In his home life lie was a loving husband tender fwUier and devoted frond In his life tiha brerjixren of this tent found 81nlIt1UlY Lund en coumgeu ont in Ws UoOiixctidi and every member feels a porEonal tins Therefore be It Resolved by this dent TOnt Mve sympathy of the lodge which he helped to organize and nbored to uplift be ten dered to his bereaved wife children and brothels that the Reoord Keep ers station be draped In mourning for thirty days and that each member wear the colors signifying our bereave ment for that period of time tlinta copy of these resolutions be Fpr all upon our records another copy furnished hrs family and copies furnished to each of tho local papers for pubMci ton W S TINSLEV ISAAC FOSTER BARXEST WODWARD Cuiuinittee FIRST DOUBLE EAGLE IN TilE UNITED STATES It Was Struck in Silver in 1849 and Has Just Reappeared It Philadelphia coin collector JUtS just tome lro i t arston of tio first luuble eagle struck front lne rites engraved by James B Longucrc at the Philadelphia Mint in 1819 The recently discovered coin Is com posed of sliver and at one time was In the collection of Mr Longacre That It was the first piece struck Is Indicated by the fact that It bears no date although both obverso and reverse designs are exactly like the unique gold piece of this denomina tion and date that now lies In the coin collection of the mint at Phila delphla It is supposed that the coin was made as a test of the dies and that Jfcr Longucre placed 4t among other experimental pieces of a similar na ture which tit tbe tlnw wore nut thought to poseCES mush of a value Owing to the curious circumstances that resulted In only ono pdeee being struck In1 gold from tile 1849 dies the first gold double eage of ongncre now Is regarded as the rarest stud most Interesting of aJl the American gold coln3 Another specimen In copper was made from the 1849 dies T itse three coins represent tbe only known speci mans that were made from the flint diesAt the time the new double eagle made its appearance In 1S30 It vaseug geted that It be called a Washington and that on the obverse instead of a ahead of Liberty there ttoould be the held of Washington surrounded by 13 stars and on the other side a handsome eagle ttondlng out as if it were not ashamed of Iteelfandsur rounded by us many stars as tho number of Etatoi at tho date of coinage This Longacre double eagle was used un Ul replaced by that of SalutGaudcns- WiJle Many pxpcrimentol double eagles have been made at the mint in gold copper and alumiulum so far as is known the recently discovered specimen Is thq only ono that has ever been struck In silver Western Kentucky Normal Schoo All persons who contemplate enter Ing the Western Kentucky Normal shouldimake application at once provided they have rapt already done so Ap point mentts may be matfei at any time the llldwlnltter term opens January and thatt would be a meet excellentit time to enter Catalog furnished on on application Write H H Cherry President State Normal Sctodl Dew ling GreeuI y I 0A OP O2LtiBfIM11IlIrm Y e I W U p f + + +++ H+ A+++ 1 + + ftf fn ITHE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co INCORPORATED WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE HT COST i IifOR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD I BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN i+ REACH i- EI G BARRASS Manager I t iI- I J I +4i M9 ft+ S W i fJt+di+ 44tf 4I + + + ++ Southern Agriculturist j NASHVILLE TENNESSEE i For 40 and + 1PaDerSOc A Paint 100 Per Cent Pure Ebersons Lead Zinc and Asbestos 100 per cent pure and the exact proportion of each doubly ground in pure linseed oil with pure colors and driers make Good Paint Ready mixed and formula on every can The Eberson Paint Co Sole Manufacturers St Louis Baltimore Toledo Seattle New Orleans Z WAYNE GRIFFIN BRO Agents Hartford Ky J C RAILROAD GETTING BUSY With Arrangements To Handle Tariff During Lincoln Cele bration February 12 The Illinois Central Railroad has begun the work of making nrrang meats to halide the largo traffic over tho branch road on the occasion of the laying of tho corner stone to the museum at the Lincoln Park on Fob runty 12 says the LaHuo County Herald Several officials of tho roll raid company were here Monday look Ing into the amount of work necessary to be done to handle tho extra trains that will be run over tits road and to nsccrlaln the needed Improvements at Its local station It was found necessary to put In on order for un ud dltdoMi side track of sufficient length to accommodate fifty extra coaches The laying of the rials will begin in a few days when a large foice of hands will be brought here for that purpose Tho officials also decided that the depot ds In need of several substantial Improvements and stated while hero ithut there would be a decided change in its appearance before tbo 12th of February Time officials who were here said that the railroad company was making preparations Ito handy at least ten thousand people over Its branch lino from HodgeiwiHo to Ellzabebhtown on the occasion of the Lincoln Centen nial Celebration and stated further that tho Information coming Into the headquarters of ie Company just fled tho head officials in raking the arrangements to accommodate this number of people Boat Built of Stone and Sand The well known contractor for ce ment works Signor Oharoa Gabolllni of Rome oos bee ii advocating for some years the building of vessels of form concrete that Is to say of con crete alirengthoned with iron A number of barges and other bolts have been made and tested with much thoroughness and authorities have to 1nterc6lcdthcm1 feroIponoreto tain vessels Irf their navy After tho Iron skeleton has boenvct up dt isl Bhaiped according to tho paiitem which veryleasywire netting or with expanded metal Concrete la finally applied until th- udired thickness 4s obtained After setting take place and the con crete Iras Indurated tlw etruc ture la launohed sod is then com pletod afloat V ri b Cant Miss It So many ailments are purely nervous affections that you can hardly miss it if you try Dr Miles ITervine It restores nerv ous energyand through its invigorating influence upon the nervous system the organs are strengthened The heart action is better digestion improv ed the sluggish condition overcome and healthy ac tivity reestablished- Dr Miles Nerrine ts worth Its weight In gold to me I did not know what ailed mv I had a good physician but got no roller I could not eat sleep work sit or stand I was nearly crazy One day I picked up a paper and tho first thing that met my eyes was an advertisement of Dr Miles Nerv ine I concluded to try It and let tho doctor go and I did so Aster taking e two bottles I could drrns Then I began taking Dr Miles Heart Cure and now I can work and go out and have told many the benefit I hove re ceived from these remedies and several of them have been cured by It Blnce I am flftjrrnlne years old and pretty good ANNA R PALMER LewIs town Pa Dr Mlles Nervine U sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Anions sending a iketcn and whetherqnlcklr Mcertnln our opinion free an tlonntcllyeoIlOdOlltfaJHANDBOOKCommunlri on ratenta aecurtnapalentalatenta 1 ftl4lIOUCI without cbarie In the Scicnfific AmericanA nandiometr tllnitraled weetlr Largest ellcniatlmtotanyclentiao Journal Termsra cart four months 1L newsdealers Co361nrotdttay New York Hutch Once CS V BU Washington D Co u SEEDSlFreshGuaranteed to PleaL- yeryOardeoer and PUnit r should test the soperlor merits of Our Northern Grown Bssds EPCI L FFR FOR t0 CENTS- we win tend postpaid our COLLECTIONtI s4 rrfau adW to b ttklrrlaMukkIre 10 Said Ui i- Uwdld Woll Sain too bit py 51p- eklar lad reha lb akr ra lo II r wild ar 5w and tnndl esd etdi I TSLNOnIt 8EHD lunott181 RoM I- 1 t JJ SUICIDES AFTER WRITINfi lETTER e Confessinf to the Horrible Murder of Browning Does Carmicheal Who Chopper h Body of Victim in Small Bits Then Burned It Certlbagc Ill Jan 1LTice RoT John IInveUnd Carmiohaol tilo cll1lY man who was waited for the murder of Gideon UrowlJ ns nt Rattle Rut Nich is dead here He was taken Into custody early today nrter an attempt to commit suicide by cutting his throat Cwmlolmci made two ser- Ious wounds iu this neck from which ho died at noon A letter of too hages was written byCarrIchcel beforo to attOO1ptro sul tide admittIng ibis Jdentlty and eon tcss1ng that ho killed Drowning cutup the body and burned It In th- stone while under tho thPboUc influ enoo of his wife Cartnichnel had been staying here for the last two days at a private boarding hound ills attempt at sal tide was made while In nn outhouse on the premises of the placo nt whit he had secured a room Carmichael arrived at the boarding house Friday nIght and expected to leave thIs morning for DowenIowanc cordIng to the story told the people In the boarding oouse Carmichael took a room at the boardIng Douse lant evening He stab- ed that ho intended to start a factory and called on a txa1Catttbdlc prlii stating that ho was a Catholic ant wanted to onllst the interest of thR members of tint otlurch let tIJls enterprise bls mornIng ho told the boarding rouse proprietor that hoslid not ke the location and woulll Stave this morning for Bowen ill Some time afterward to was found In on out douse nrorly dead from a rash across the throat Carmichael loft a confession but Sl1oerUlDerto i said over the tekp bnt this morning that he would not give out the contents of the letter until evening us It was addressed to the Sheriff lt Battle Run tloh He was hoMing Jt subject to release by wire He said though that Carmichael told the story of the killing In a graphic manners He sid that when Le entered the church Drowning attacked hIm with two knives that lie had in his posses- sIon Carmichael added that he then plckoo up a ldatohet and procoedod to back away until he thought Drowning was dead JIo roAlrned w conscious ness howeverso Carmichael kept at hIm lIe then took one of the knives DrownIng had used In his attack upon htmho saldmulllacid the body until It had lost all resombnnce to a human behgtien took tho remains and bursa them After that aro caught a train for Chicago wh4TC lto purcharod new clothes went to Qutncy Ill and from there to Carthage Thanks for Beautiful Bible I derolrr to IXII1i my afhcere thanks and apptexialtun Iu the om cers of Ohio Sunday tuhool OCi1 for tlll boauthh1 nhic g at me ttll being the Dtstrrt lxrreary who fur nsbed he uoet OlJIIIIIle 1001 t of tiCbottlti i n tk clss trirt 1IRY TAYLOR 9tenver Dom R 1 D Na 3 College Notes A large number of teuoiters are oxpweted to lnlUll withlll the runt three weeks or M soon us their schools cluee T e autpdclcm tJIJcnlng of this qUill er liId faze for Q large enroll ment and tar 110 ueeeattpkixhmtlvt of much tin the pert of students and tesobers1vittl te exgepLn of one young lady dmalnro nt onto on ncoduut or sickness every non residunt who onI- teretl sclJ1CJOI durIng the first halt of title scic1leer Is hack tn pas or lber seat This sloaks welL for the schtlll end the ctoracter of arkid- onee In It The attention cf paTenta and patrons Is called to tl1o fact that tie roptrts cd pupils for tPie second quarter which ended December will be sent out this week and next Cue ful nUentlOII shlCUld lJe given to their report by Itlrents In Memory Of Mrs Margaret A Withrow who depaa4ed this Ilfe Tuesday January 1 after a Nngcring llhress of eon sumIrlfon aged 44 years 4 Inonths and 11 days Sile Was converted warou 16 years old and joined tie Methodist church at Equality In which she li- veda faithful rwd dovottvd member until death She was tnarrlc l to W T Vllibrow Oct 18 1383 4o toJIII un Jon was born twO cMhtre mlaCJa and Marvin W1htrO who stilt sur ti1e rPAka two sisters and n roth ir tfu1hOUruatar loaf SliI1 will be sa lymlS t ber ittlmer In the church and by ho1 pagirloNt Yet totnKt lgneiy husband and children we would say weep not for oller for she s gone to lbat hind where Otero td no more siEknets no moro Eorrow no nero lJartlnft no more Imin amd is sweetly resting ill dc arras ot Jesus A FRIEND State Farmers Institute mho following letter from comma sloner of Agriculture 11 C Rankin IS felt explanatory Tohe Ohio count Feriit S Club Is directed to meet ail Huiionl on Saturday the 16th 4ns- ttoeleet a delegate to he Saute lust lute ThIs will be a good time fot the meeting as It Is the day on 1hlu1 National President C O nnttou Is 10 speak Lure and n urge number of far mers w1l1 be Sn utwndance A kIller front Mr Rankin informs us that the turshten club will be called allover the slate to meet on Saturday the 16th for the tame purpu Deco SlrThis Is to notify you thtt the State Farmers lnstitulo will b hold on February 24 26 and 26 1909 at Loulsvile Komtucky and you ale hereby requeeicd tO call a mneeting of your Farmers Club on January 16tlt 1909 for the purpose of selectin- n g delegate to represent said Club lit this State Institute TIle enoIostd blank must be tined out and signed by the President or Secretary or both mud forwarded to the Conuutnder of Agricultute ut- FmnkfoIlo Kentucky not later than February 1st 1909 as the law require that the Commissioner shall be notified ten days or more before tote State l11stUUto s held of tae ccctlon of sn111 delegate To neglect this means tAJat your Club wilt nut be represented a- Shls dmpor ant mooting Yours airy truly I C RAKIN Commissioner of Agriculture TRIAL MARRIAGE A RANK FAilURE Declares Mrs Jane Parks Cald well Who Tried Experience One Week New York Jan 14I told hIm on our wcddiug day that It after a nhonti of marrIed life It shoud prove dlsame ful tt me I would lrovo him He agreed to the terms I titled 4t for a week which was by far too long and then I left MmITboIs Is the explanation given by Mrs Jane Parks OddweIlof Eminence Ky who marrIed Charles Caldwell awealthy merclmnot on Christmas dal and one week later wrote to an old friend living to this city asking his aid becauso her trIal marriage was a tnn ure She then came to Sew York and Is now living at 44 West Seventeenth strre4L Two years ago my mother died and I made my home with a married sister About this time Mr Caldwell who Is very welltodo come to me and proposed marriage J did not love him In fact I had very little Interest In Mu but I was advised to become his wife The persuasion was so ttrong that I- aCXlIJte WO were marrkd on Christmas day A few ltoura utter too ceremony I said to him Charles I itavu married you not ltau I love you bttt bte eau e I know you will give mo a horn You utust UIIIICuto try posijion aal for that reason I want to ask that you etme go my way if u movu of trended life dispels my Illusion Ue eottsented to the nrmngwnert line days elmggrd and td a chasms bet veer us tJ1vft might have been bridgEd with love sad Wt ntuually entertain ell it grew wIder and wider until I JIxalilO disheartened Mrs Caldwell admitted today she owed anotuer but it was a union of utellees There Ss nothing of our In n said Olrs Caldwell HIli wife under tnnds It perfectly t only amrried Caldwell niter ho had pestered- no mow than a year I had a soul thove groceries and dry goods I reckon So d ehtred alto had not seen her Ifnly more ttan twice since ootn- tng to New York when shu dIned with him lie promised to gelt mo some sort of life work here some sort of II career said she For Sale Several hundred acres of good farm- Ing landskuown as the J F Collins farm distance about two miles from Hartford on the Hartford and Beaver Dam pike Also residence property In Hart ford twostory dwelling c and a haltucto lottrontnlg the new M U E depot site For prices and term tpply to W H or D D ComusHart ford ICy 22tf Card of Thanks We sincerely thank the friends nnl- DelghbolB who rttulily and ktndly as anduddea07 Bennett Tihe Children tl a I lEMUEtMGHENRY FORMER 01110 GO GlTIZEN fibs in Louisville Where lie Llvet For Years From Paraly tic Stroke Th Loulavillo Times Monday utter noon Las the following on the LIQvt1 of a former wenknown and Jg1t1 respected citizen Of Irnrtford Lemuel Smltix Molionry Aged air y- soton yetis formerly a clerk at tile LouI6VUle Hotel and a member of 11 prominent family of Kentucky died suddenly of heart diecase at 5It- oclock this mornIng nt ttc JOIS1 Hospital His death wdh a shock to his relatives und friends He lad recently suffered slight congestion of the lungs and Thursday went to ti1C- hoopltnL to recuperate jllo tonUUon was not serious until 6 oclock this morning when Ibe was stricken with heart failure title 91cHenry was a native of Hart ford Ohio county Ky and a son of the lllite John H rcHenry a mombor of Congress He was educated at Greenville the Owensboro High School and the Transylvania College at Lex ington Ky lIe had been a resident of Loulavillo for snore than fonty years and for twentyIke ylstrs waS n olerk at the LoulaviUo Hotel He retired fifteen years ago Mr MoHenry never married Ho had apartments in the Y M C A build Ing at Fourth avenue and Broadway He was a member of the Petdennls Cub Two sisters survive ihlmtrs Robert Ctuig and Mrs Emily Hale of Owensboro und two nephewsJahn J McHenry president of tho Third Na tional Dank and J H Mclfenry u local broker He was n brottex or the late Cal John H McHenry commander of the Seventeenth Kentucky Infantry regiment and of the late Henry D Icllenry of Hartford r member of Congrcf6 and Ute Kentucky Constitutional Convention TIle body will be taken to Owens boro Ky at 6 oclock this afternoon over the L H and St L railway The funeral will be conducted et 1 oclock tonrorrow and tlhe burial will- be In Oe family let In Elniwxd cemetery TAFFY Jan 10The farn1en1 of this neigh borhood are burning plant beds right along none ol them talk that they wish to go over the actrago plum Toe Debating Society at Clear Run Is progre sing nicdly- Iiss Alliec Taylor left hers this mornlllg for Utica Davfees county The Literary Society at Mt Moriah closed out on the 24 of December with a grand success One of its members Prof Scott Ambrose will start for Jindnnati Onto where hoc will allend- tehool for some time He has spoken many Jcouraglng words to bout yoollg and old 4n behalf of educating the young generation We wish to fraud him for his grand work W1llch- he has done in our community Mr Ray Klllg who baS taken c11argn- of H O Kiugs tore Is getting along nicely Notice Dy order of the Ohio County Fkcal Court parties owing subscriptions on the Hartford Owensboro pike are directed to call on John T Moore Troosuror of Ohio runty and settle same at their corUcst convenience HARTFORD GOLlEGE Third Term Opens Jan 4 1909 Board 250 and 275 per Week SpecIal classes will be organized In all common school branches for the benefit of teachers and those pro parlng to teach Classes will be r- ganlzed In many higher branches to meet the demands of those seeking a good education In addition to the regular work In Pedagogy l course of lectures will be given on organization lassiflcationgraduatlonn management and discipline of a school Prof and Mrs Gray will be in charge of most of the classes for teachers aIr nW- rence Gary an experienced teacher who attended State University last ear and who holds n life diploma t tench In Kentucky has been employ ed to assist In the collegiate depart= ment For catalogue and information address PUOF L N GRAY 22t6 Hartford Ky Flattering Report From Texas Nortlleast JIn Texas is the comI ig- nmtry thinks Ircf L N Gray twlO apelllt ten days during ChrllrtmJls Va- catlon011I Ii 11altadlOl asd ranch 1n Dcrn1e county The cHmnteris tJu It- tl and to soil telttile Iiatelp ever 00cs the temperature tn tD tnevgu d1 r ru II101iiiiIIiiDJanuary Cashdamned I 1 f1- f t- LJ t a fl ca j J 4- i i ji WEEKSjBeginning WEDNESDAY UN 13th and continuing TWO r WE are going to have a REAL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALEI Everybody in reach of us has visited us at some time during these sales and i knows the real savings to them which we offer at the end of each season We have the same values to offer in many instanceseven better values In sometlines we are overstocked and our customers know it is not our policy to carry j over any old stock The time has now come for us to sell these goods aU of which are good seasonable Merchandise something you need and something you will buy before the season closes Then the wise thing for you to do is to visit 1 t- ius during this sale and buy what you will buy before the season closes lit greatt fly reduced prices The following prices will appeal to your good judgment and I bring you into our store during this SALEIr1 SkirtsU to be closed at Seven Skirts regular price S4 to 6 clo e198Six Skirts regular price 6 in Black Blue and Drown Panamh new styles to close nt 419 Ono Black Voile Skirt size 25x41 regular D price Sll close nt 849 Four Panama Skirts in Blue and Drown I regular price 4close at 298 Four Panama Skirts in Black and Blue regular price 88 close at 548 Ginghanns We ho an assortment of Ginghams real lOe values which will be sold during this sale I1t tho ox tremo low price of 5c per yard Some other lOc valuesbetter patternsat 73c Cloaks Never before at this season of the year hwo wo hadso many Cloaks and so you can get hero just what you want at prices that willcertainly please you Dont fail to visit us if you want a Cloak The lino embraces short and long in all colors and prices and will close at regular prices less 331 per cent All Furs at exactly half price thingmof Clothing busi our our as to our we to so in to we to be to be at to be I II ii lag Turnips and were growing In gardens no day be never and potatees tits In is ltlow It will ever be ba It iu 4 per acre for raw land to 10 20 fir farming Is tHe of th and and all The at present are corn peas One taro ic1 use H acres this last ant dug 286 tto ado of be 260 I will at my at Ky the os 1909 the Stallion a your F 11 Ky 1 t illfhieh it t t- ed buying ofus can save as much week as you ever did 150 Ments Boys and Youths to bo at onothird on 250 pairs Mens and Youths Pants at i oft Everybody can Clothing at prices UJAwllich are correct in every particular and be at the whole stockcompletely ijclosed out r Unde1WealISome are practically and tcan tho benefit of some rare val ues a good All 60c Underwear at39cAll 8100 Underwear at75cbetter at prices wo liavo lots of Outing Every of in the at the low of All goods and II as sortment offaucy and th8 colors as wollI We thank many customers for their liberal support and patronage during 19913 and wish for you during 1909 prosperity hapPiness As business grows and new customers are added long list try better serve the people and hive arranged sale placing you position get the benefit of the very i things have had this season Come see us during this sale We will have you you will pleased the prices you have had access Many things will sold Sale which this advertisement does not mention Bring your families and friends and convince yourselves Our Clearance everybodyifiID oaenrsr XectnLoky oocoo Jpaint lettuce onions nicely Christmas Prd Orgy sayat rollshed lettuce turnip grums onIons sweet freak from garden which itthhey growmure drawn hCI1ElIsbed thorn Qhrlstmras Land cheaper there tlblani agalnthlnks ranges value from and Improved boo- Narbbeast Texas bfdmo Albrtrta poach sweet Irish small fruits principal craps groWoll canton potalhcfn oowpeas gQcbber fnnner grow crops Irish season bushiJs from which realvrli Notice handle place Cen- tertoka during seeder Silver Cross known thes D1I1era horse patronage solicited LEN r22tf1 Centertown tth when during these sales You just during this Suits sold Boys El buy these will sold half price until lines unbroken you have from clean stock You had buy these may winter yct piece Outing house He this season good patterns solid and this qJ- best glad and which Week that potstIcee potatoes famous price REAL ESTATE FOR SALE We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and halt miles from SunnYdale direct ly on the H H En 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 L O n R 60 acres tine bottom land will grow 64 or 80 bushele corn to acre 16 acres ot rolling land very fertile Two fine SprIngs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek Dwelling story and halt eight rooms new located South side Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable New four room cOttage In Thomas addition to Hartford near railroad Good stable garden and never falling well of soft water Howe and lOt at lobe corner of Clay till Wasbinpton streets now owned by ECra treet TohJla one ua then liD locations J llarkfoad Land the property Ja tn good neps4r House contatna none rom asd there Wa- U t 1 A never fa g spring of soft water on the lot la proporty roD be pur figureApplythe market long 12 acres on the Drover Dam and Cromwell public road 112 mile from Beaver Dam in good stall of cultAva tion good young orchard grans straw rtalef barn other outbullding8 cODblng of meat house then house coal house good s r woB Located In good nollfhbollhood 27 acres good farm lanai on Prontds public road adjacont to Robe Plum 1bulkilagggood no1ghborhooid chose Ito schoolt rarethebuyer J j S we dharge one tsnall ooonmiasion No eK no sale Is effected Liet Your PJOPttty with g or If you want ityourBARN1 TP 8r IIM1THA JSHartford Icy 1