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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lz ttzrtfet Fine Job Work i IDEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS Or ALL THEPEOPLE OP 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year rs POSc II XXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTYtKy FRIDAY JANUARY 22 1909 No27 SATURDAY A fiRfAT DAY fOR FRIENDS OF EQUITY IN OHIO COUNTY Large and Enthusiastic Au dience Hears raytons Masterly SpeachiD Which He Delineates the Benefits of Organization Last Saturday Was a great day for the AmerIcan Sociyof Equity und Its trimds In Oleo county For tore time CO Drayton the Na donai Press idont had bEen ndvcmtised iospMk in Hartford ttJo opened lalny ind cloudy ananinny farmers Were kept auy on aceouirt of ibedicF m- ont Weathel However the bus 1noa men of Hartford dosrit- hcdr louses and attended trot meeting almost to a man and tto court lJQUSO wits ooJl1fortably filled with an entoiu5usllc audleace 1Moh was thoroughly in accord with the speaker and the principles w Moll I ho ti forth IInd VIC wernwer Lon flvorabl mo building to IIutforvl would have told tJoe crowd Mol would have come to Herr ford to honor our National Presidoo Tile closing of rdieh houses by uhe buiness menof Hartford was commented upon by the mesabere from tho country and tad a tendency tocroate awnrm feel4ng among the country peope for tthsik I brethren In tto town As the Umoi drew nor tOT the tpoaking R white placard could be oo n nt the door of I every business house In Hartford bear t tag tJhQ JnscrlpUonCLOSED UNTIL AIFTIER A S of E SPEAKING Mr Dtayton arrived from sLad1nonv1I1e on Friday evenlngwheae he had attended Ho is a pruotieal larmerpl1ln and unassumlug but a man of unqueetIoaed h Iity lwp- e and Blnbek of purpose and a sPe tk- or Who hOB tbo nbdty to drivq 1hoaue hIs arguments In an effective tnaIWorI and art the SnIDe time creato n llleas ant feeling In Inia audience and leave no sore spots upon tirosir who may differ WIth Man ldr Drtyton was foooW by Stale Ortnnlzer M F Sharp In n splendind twenty mmut3 talk In wlidch he exorted members In Ohiocounty to reorganize thoirIxu1s pay up their dues and make Ohio county again the banner Equltyooun ty of too world Mr Droyton spolee In part 1S follows Mr Pzesidert and gentlemen 14aavo lived on II Imll1 ail any life and cIo not prnIess to have uny tpeclul abl1 I ty as a public speakers but I lake gmtprcxrsute In talktngtothq ilarmor upon JUh1s subject of prof tablet redoes for a1 farm produce ihtuughorgnni zat1ont oouC3JUon and oompom ion My syrnpo ilcies are entirely with tae Mlselwithfaun mdsed trhore end have Rahvned furl myself for wlrty yam thorofom I know rom hl11g about trio business of which I shuil sgrttiak to you Ubi- snlternoon I now Wlint J1Jo1 It takes fa run n big farm I know Yhnt risk n anan lakes wton I1c puts i out n bIg Crop of any kiI IWblal1comeherons und Insects which Prey upon his crop as to attempts to produe9- 1t and slnoo the farmer must tarry the risk In the production of the crop we are oontopdtng in this great movement that there ought not ItO I untnrtrlIn ty 1n regard to his pricesI that the farmers can and and w1Jl put tlteemsoves In tlon through a strong oooOlOiS1e na tionalanion so hnt the farmer wjiI know vvhcn ho plants Lis crop na M 1U81 St that It he Ureceds in the prodution bis pricy wl1 not below and unjust frte manufacturer never thinks Q- fpultdnj I mncbino together until tIe roowsw1bat his price Is 20 be Your 1 tallness man novel thinks of wrap- ingcup a vac1d1te of Soods or any ktgd until he t1e sller hISPhQco- duP the a pmfitrible price The rn4llee w8rUidnks ut tending up a- car ur hg Jean void it ropC hiS own oont met And1US J own tJn some farm crops that the tanner nn be educated IfJO 0- 1ltike atme sound btw1neSa pnlnciplea through an origtaIsat4on Betorv the eatifost mayn orjanizvd the mere in the iliablt of throWing th01rlcw orr R I twelve ml1 inn bulls of cotton onto th- nvarket ns sown as they could gnat It balled and get airs to haul it Tho result was tole Bl ulntors bunt bli warehouse in Galveston NOW Orleans Mbbllo Chnrleston and other great cotton canters and received theirgreui crops off their hands M a ow un lust price In auany cones But sins these cotton faranors have begUn to- onran1ze and meet together tint tired bosn4 towns County State und National meetings und to discuss lnteli gent and oontrokd tuacke1ng they aro beginning to find a botter way o Felling their gnu und Glut e crop I taw a gentienian to soutbrn MLi scud In April 1908 wJn told 1116 that he put a fine crop of ro QTl ur tbo market oee yin and mcrdvd only four and OlleItlar oetotslHlr p fund for the beat graaid lint mince lJe- cotfJp mom have organized iLofJ kuowt I Its 4o plants his cotton and cult vati it thM his price will not leis UJfm nine cews from tno cuoll toot moro ttan a m1tl1opoo to ere In lo south arc standing ralShI Mom tor WI price IIn glad to tl that the Kentucky Im1C16 ly a lXlttla orgmJzatu have rarsec the avers go price of tobacee from 286 per hundred to S The Equity Society though only pray orgaodze- 1n l the wheat sates has spratd til Idea so wudoy umong the fwmere that every wheat rinser looows la- I can get one doUnT e hushed for 1h- whead before done next crop is raised roIcelvlngduct l han ever before through tbe efforts this society bat4YJed hhern to make in theIr own behalf Tt10 blltn- 11roducers or 1 llgan fut upon cv y- tbreaRbhlg mt chine ihis year a urge plagamd uU1lounclng two dollarrt per bu- S lld liS tlio farmers price for beams and every farmer received this l11sumd ofone doldr por bushel tho fennel priceNow talnnot8 If we could accomplisl- lhtEO great results with only a small 8JtM what will we not do wht- tlo Amcsican Society of Equity has ono mlUlon live loyal members Let it bo distlnedy understood by the public ttut in this movemettte farmer is rewonab e und conservative In Ms demands He In only asking for a prolihhtble WICO for every 1110- I duet and every crop I mount n price that will cover the failures and panda failures pay datcrht on the billlIlS of dotssu luvulcd jay u11 expenses pay the farmer and 1ds family for their labor enable us to put back the for tlltyof the soil as fast ss weamove It and give us our legolbllUllte ptotit on business TJJo farmer Is sskimg for a profit on his busnesy nbovo cell ox- Perhse risk loss and labor just OB udll as the bustmess man and I do mot be- liev I tJro business world will deny the itMll1N this right gnentest dirficu1y wIth which I huve bad to contend ns n farmer juts been the fact tdrat every time I succeeded In produdng u good crop I found in the leading nmrkets of this country im organized farce OfibuClS who weld the price down WO tow upon me not bemuse wo bad Overproduced not becnUEO there WIIS not It markit- I for every bu3bel of grun every fat hog every ron of milk every ton or- thay every pound of tobaccohut trim li1y nuse tlhe buyers were organ Ized and stood toguLbPr for low Price wldte Abe InrmiCr fie sellers were not orgnnzoo The first thing tire Tobacco Trust did of er organIzing was to- gmdualy reduce your lllfw on talrw cpo until t Cy bad you down to a iaoe- xisUng price Tte hoer trust ewuud- sboween the talmers tho praducets and their nrarkoti the consumers and robs both dasses Ttero are about four moo who own the tmcldng pLahr Iii Chicago 100e thtey do not own they control This is Tot only true In Chicago It Is true to St LouIs K tn ass GJY St Josalth OIW M SIoux City SIoux Io11s anaan t0ie rocking oeonitiinl of thIS country If thsglgutuUocom- binutlen ttljrotigh their UnllJCd force presses the prlcu on two flirty million rpt togs of our country to too extent of only tvo c1oJors on eeohj hog It moons h tobbcTy of the dtvrmtorsto the extent of one hundred mlllon dol tars rooh year Under We old dump tug eystmn 4ie gmin men lost tatdaty cants per budhet or thb enormous amount of two wundred million do has annually by not brlng R11I edua- ationatoaopcrva dutonwhich would Continued on Elgbthi Page L A CA0 fiOV WILLSON LIKED POSSUM Says He Enjoyed Taft Din ner at Atlanta Returns to His Duty at Capitol After Several Days Absence Jronkfort Ky January 20Gov- Vi1on returned from WMhblogoon ant Attanta Tu day having vitxted tli national eapttal on t4s way homo from tile Taft dinner ut the fatter In order as ho expressed It 1111UO totld1r my good wluhes and rgards- to trra President os it rngst be Ue- Isi too I tztnv Mm before he rtait ld on lib hunting trip The Governor WS that he did tIOIPr Il1edago tnd tnijr H5 too Lincoln comnlt tee wdll attend toaH tJe de ydls ot tro celebration In Kentucky Governor Wllhon talks wilh the leoIItf eoi g1t of the Jtnlluo which WPS ondercd to Judge Taft by the Ci ember of Commerce mid 1110 clti- zeDq of Atlanta lie sat at Judge TIillifs rIght hand nt tiro banqueting board and bad nn opportunity for u greet deal of cone tlon with the distinguished citizen whch was a- gr vtt pleaPuro to vIm Governor wm- I son says that the gathering was one of the fineet assemblages of thigh clots Americans he ovor WW No State could have produced or gathered togetbera finer body ofinen than were seated at that table said Governor Willson and I commented upon the tact that they were practically nil stndght Americans for there wero but very few foreign antnin9 that appeared upon the list of guest ITJle Governor wtho knows what cooking Is and appsreclatts a good squaru inert1 wtit4 the trimmings os keenly lS the veriot epicure says that the PeoPle or Georga fairly outdid t4ieanrolves In providing delicaclws for the Presidentelecs tube The Governor says that he partook ot the possum and tnters with relish but lntimned that ho woulll net pick the former for a steady lllM One of the feJfturcs of the banquet which appealed particularly to Cover nor WU1son was tJle alter dinner songs which were sung when chairs were pus ed back and cigar smoke was curl- Ing upward Besides starring as an after dinner speaker Governor Will son Is himself a songster of no moons abWy and liS tie oseapmd w3iJiout a- spceohorsorg t4trtcr at tJobRnquot- he says that ile was to II petition to enjoy the good things which the othert provided all tiro more Load of Tobacco Brings 24636 The Hancock Clarion saSAll hats off to P1gohecoe Tlntheiotafored- espieed country has nt last shown that when Jt comes to doing athing there oIs no half way pihe0 with heir On Monday Joe Ikmastut brought to record load of tolneco to town He did not get dt unloaded until yoot- enlflY morning but when he dId sO H mode some of the rIver bottom boys who thought they knew how to raise tobacco pIt up and take na5k Bite load wno hauled all the away to HnwesvlUo pn a stngle wagon by a single span of dromos Whoa weighed out and graded it WoOS found to have 3076 lJOuJtd9claslrlned and paid for as oilows loaf 1220 pounds nt 9 lugs 1390 pounds IJt 91nnd trash 465pouhd nt 3 ranking tine total or 24636 fort o singlQ toad of tobacco Skeeing in the North County Attorney E M Woodward recelved the following Interesting lot tlJr frt nh Mr I C Wagon who reoont- Iy returned toMs homo at AunbOu- yalinncsgta alter sojourndiig In Hartford fOT the pMt two years Us pretty cold hero but whiskey rlaysnQTartiii it whateverI b8vnt tad oven uno drdnk since Ive been home We are having nn- oldrnshdoned nb9zzund today Its not very cold but the snow is doop and lsdrditdng badlythe drifts are 8 and 10 feot deep In some ptaoee 111 tb1s Bounds bad but were you there OU would egfoy St for slo iptlnclpal ports a Sky4pg JPNou Skee- indenowJs 8hQlq Y9 tbioakng- W fI I J W hF0 r the worlds record Qf jumps on Sket5 125 feet A patforat mind slide 1s built about 100 rent idgh antttOO to 800 ferl 1dng Tine skees aro runT1em fastened to tire toot about S foot long you sthrt I the top M tio elide wiiddt Is iced w and away you go at fie bottom Is a bumper when you + 111 ti t- Sou take to the air Au ordinary J inpls 100 feet but t you faH mien ytiu Ught It don+ t count except that- you migrt hrtve to pny a dcctors bill Spew shoeing is CltBler and I know ou would enjoy it Tfre sewes ore built someteing lke a TClIt1tg Racket and jl1 you from breaking through too I ant certainty enjoying l Ohlowregards to the boys etc Yours TATt ns vcrI I I I R D MARTIN Tue ubnve vicuro Is n goitl Iiki news or Saeriff R Il Mti4kn wo fl turned 1tednctdny from Fmnkfor- whero lie eetlkd with the Aullorulld received His quietus for last years tnr- collgiotlon lie was Q47e twerrtyevnI sheriff to rettitr which SlJta moll for Mm es nn ojfcer amid for taco pee plo of OtIo county for ticqrninf DOSS wih whloh they pity their taxes ireriff Martin QCuewcd this bond for the year yestoitlay and the sane was- ttPProvi ti y County Judge Taylor and found to gloat the requirements of the law Ho 18 therefore prepared for the coming years business as Sier Iff of Ohio count- yARTHUR JOHNSON KILLED AT BROADWAY Shot Fired from Shotgun By Wade Geary With Deadly Effect Arthur Johnson aged tthry was shot and instantly killed by 11adt Geary aged twenty at Broadway Mine ttiJB county Tutrtkay evening There Ire two stories about the killing and we are unable to tell which one Is cor rout at tdistime Goary cidmiis tint Johnson camp to his home In a drunken cordltlon and insulted his avlfe and nttonw11 to drive him front his home and flint in l1efJnoo of Hs wife- and home he fired the shot with H- doulllo barrel shot gun lit close rrngo- illcntUy blowing ono side of Jan sons hood away Tio otter stOry Is that the trouble came up over t4e effort of Johnson to mary Goarys- sM erinlaw rind lint they were uttennpting to leave in It buggy wsien Geary did tho shooting Geary was arrested 1Vednorduy by Deputy Sjtetftf S A Br tel er and lodger in jail at Hartford and tie- xumining trial is axed by Judge W- D Taylor far Saturday morning Both men Were miners Grot being It late ttnvnl at Uromtwny wdtile Johnson ja It native of the county bong- a son of Charles Jobnson sad nephew of tote late John M Johnson He bail a reputation for addiction to drink tud waS sotne years ego in jail for runrdug a blind tiger His romoons- WCTC taken to Fordsvitlo Wednesday for burin Madisonville Goes Dry Again On list Monday the citizens of- 11adsonvllle voted on the probdbltdon- ques on for the second time within twelvo nionttts and he vesultr WM n- decldlllt victory for tbo prohibs the mujorUy belllg 129 The former clec LIon which resulted in a victory of 31 for the anti saloon elerngut was aside on somedochni aAty1tLocoMrt was warm ihroughou bolls sides flghtJDgov ry loch of ground lire resuly jwoJU putout of mmmisslon thirteen saloons 7tw Y V1O STATE UNION A S OF E Interesting two Days Ses sion At Madisonville Important Steps Taken in Several DirectionsList of Of ficers Elected Tate annual meeting or the Mnerlcns Society of Equity for Kentucky was MId at Madsanvilu lmt Thursday and Friday and vests very iutercthiig anti- citerielning to too dtlcgtt prerend front nil over the slate Tue moot- Ing was called to order at 9 ocock on- T ursdny morning mitt ater pnayer- e addres of welcome wre deliver ed by Judge Colon ot Mrsdlronville- ht a masterly nhauuer State Ptmde- nCanId rIondd In one of toebtir- tspLtds of uis itfe Many epeeohos WII ride while ihi Committees on CrelcnUns lterohltlt1 Con a uton MId flyices salt XORlI111tt ins woe out A nJg1t suroion was- told Thursday evening wrloo svgs dvocd to a ddecuss4on anti adojr ton Ilr n report of commttEeoll resolu ORS Tilo rtJfolllllor endorsed oho National Union heltl ft Indlauapoils and pledged support to the officers elected ftlttthrit tale Tne mro lIB tobacco association membtrrs were strongy urged to beconw unytotl with trIO A S of E III reality us wdll- iS mane LWlt anees in nil of its forms was strongly oondt1D1lwd Pie organ zutlou of the wool producers live stock and grain men was urged and plans perfected for the same The report of the rcoluiors committee wens adopted wlt1iout anwnndment The eOllullltltO on nominations ro ported tie following whIch were tin- nnianously elected Presldenttlion J Oampboil Cal lrHI Scot county Vice President C 1L- Datnttt Ohio county SecTrros S D Robinson McLean county State Organizer M F Sharpe Warreu coon ty To fallowing were elected members of tae Dowd ot Directors W N Watson lfobster county J II- Mt OIl cl Caldwell county T T Slu- rn0t lIendenooll county George Davis Owen county Dr G W Met11u11e- nKentou county 4le conunttce on ConsUtution and Bylaws made very few changes of alq imporhmce They IIXAtt trite mla ry of the prrsdent fit 1000 InMIld of 300 tier day turd exp cnses as hoe tofoe Upon his oeeon nls presl den Mr Cantrell rmloulIIlIl that he wouldt accept nay nchny or ox- pooses trr his servlcos and stated tha ll mid never in tho past drown any jtty either for eorvicess or ox- penses from the Side treasury Tho following wore named us del egotes to the nutionn union of the Amerh anrSodoiy or Equity Orant1V ItOSOlti Ir Ed Day C L Renaker OwonG W SmltolJolS Martin Luther E Suter G W 11cEkoy D L nrJeWltrrenJ E Dlggel ort L J1Vil linens W II Smith G W llhioton N O nlute R D IInto- nDIiclienC D Ashury WHllmn Huffman Gee n Kenny A II rooks tirsinlt I C Nal- lMeadeH H Wlbhcs- 01YloDIlld Moreland R1Ve1er C M Barnett D Fold T F Tanner Alney TolchcnoT S L Stevens U Tick once J D lurch- WebsterW G Oollins H Nesbitt Louis Hancock J F Porter Don Wat SOn If n Chandler J W Brent Cosby Poole I G Nance A T Cobb HardlnRob011t Ray Henry Ditto J C King MuhlenbergE L Davenport J H Durncy Gro Itiehron Jesse Meecer DossI J N CnStser T I T DarrotHopklnsP I F Brown QrcVnIlE D McEuen G Sword- W E Blbb F A Locher- yGailatdnJI B Secrenl- 1DavieaasEiilirattn Hill Jack IIae F D ZlcQuown H H Abernathy H C Halsey I Tan citizens of Mudironvlild enter tallied the mecUng In a WilY called tOlIth he highest prnlno from- the delegates and ri resolution was in trodudexitldlng jibe thanks of the fmmdI Hopkins county during tote session which was uannimouaiy adopted Jy a rising vote All the dolegsos agreed that this was one of the most fnterertdng and lnstruo dvo meetings over loid to tho State and feet tJnr muoh good has boon accomplished for the ouuso or Equity Only four degaesvvero iresont front Ohio county the IImallestJ ropresentn lion which the couny has ever had In State mecUng A Prompt Settlement by Maccabees- Notnltsutndlrg te commontq made by agents of old line life Insur anCQ cJniptiuies Radford Tent No 99 K O T 3L sets an OXUllIlllo ot- taImelS and Iron mess do the set- tiement of death uFpts that Is un- excelled by life Inumnco oompanles or fro tn111 organlzatdoll- silr D Ems Themes Wll6 the record keeper for tkat orptntzaLion from Its- insatutdon until his tlllltlb and had ohmgo or ell its books and records Ile dIed ou Deeember 24th JDOS and on January 16th 1909 hOW vvtfe Mrs D Ells Thomas received from L P loremen Ue new record keprer u draft for one troulIId 100000 dollars in full lray1aeat of 4jo mount of Ms policy As the new record klller was without oxperienco and too lodge toad depended upon Mr Thomas oMirely In Its dealings with the Grand Lodge tho fact ot this exceodlnayly prompt Iud full Zottltmen4 rponks moro high ly bran words ell the studious carp with Wioh Mr Thomas had kept the records of 4 is lodge and or the frntwnel spirit of Lids grortt Qr- ganiz1tIolI whIch prampis it to set tie aid claims without discount or doa and wltJlou oven rlllItJS1t1ng any correction lu proof furnished Tine local lodge Is justly Proud of this record FOR THE BUSY READERS The Burley TomcO Society Is pre parIng to begin I1n active campaign to secure pledges from fairer that they will pool their 1909 crop of tobacco Representatives of the Imperial Tobacco Company and the Society or Equity negotladng for tobacco at Hop klllsvHle failed to come to IIn agree ment John D Roekefe44er has given 1 000000 IIdlHHonal to the endowment fund of tJho University ot Chicago making his total oontnibutlous 21809- GGMS Reed Smoot of Provo one of the twelve apostles of the Mormon church whose election to the United States Senlllo SIx ytars ago was followed by Il contest before tico Senate Commtttco on EIeelion wet reelected for a- secmid term Pretdont31ect Taft mantle two- sprcbes this weekone to tho girls of the Augusta HIgh Stool and the other to time negro nominal and industrial school located JII that city He spoke to the citizens there Wednosdly from a platfomin erected ill tic center or the oty Gov Patterson of Tenneaseo flied his veto of tJI6 S lIeIIt1 proitlbitlon bill wilt tihc clerk of tJh Senate alter that body adjourned for the day The bill to prohibit the nanufa mire of In toxlcuntlo in Tennestsee pscaed the Senate by a vote of 20 to 13 on third read lag United StaltB District Judge tndor son of Ohieago WedlieStlflY sot 1obrl- larr 23 for beginning tthe retrial of the robato care ugnlnat tie Stnndard on Company of Indiaaaa This is tine case In whIch Judge lJalldls fine ot 29210 000 was reversed by the M1ollaruo Court- S TIle Tonnesoop Senate and Irouse- passtd the Stritewide prohdbttdon MIl over the ovcmors vow Tihe hlU pro hibHtillS the manufacture of liquor wm- Ukly sass It will be vetoed hy Gov- Patrterron mid tde veto will probably ho turned down If such Is sho case the mattes vrlll bo taken to too courts Oil time ground tltlIJ it Is conflsoa4ory legislation Musical Treat tPdrlck OSuUlvlJ1 of LousvlI1e- I will give a plallo recital at the courthouse In Hartford on the 4thot February 1909 This will ntfgrt an OlJ portunlty nrely given Zosmall dtdes- Admission Adult 60c+ ohi4reni udder 15260 v c 1 H r L S 4 T rtrtirtrtii rtrt t13ARNES STORE1Has been a Veritable Bee Hive of Anxious Customers Since tHe Opening of THeir ROFITI SURING1Thron- gs i5 of liberal buyers have openly expressed their appreciation of our efforts in bargain giving Have you 4 been to this sale If you havnt you evidently dont believe the statements we have made If you know Barnes jC store and are acquainted with their business methods you know that every statement they make is the bonifide T 4 truth No misrepresentation No exaggeration The longer you wait the less you will have to select from 4 While hesitate and wait some one is picking up the very bargains you need 4 tNOTHING RESERVED = = = Every article in our whole stock except the Grocery Department is subject to a 10 per T cent Winter Suits Overcoats Cloaks Millinery Underwear and other lines at 20 331=3and even 6 some at 50 per cent less than their original price 4l 4 I Sale Closes Saturday Night at Twelve Oclock January 23rd 1909 p ti t E P BARNES t8 BROTHERS v tBeaverDarn Kentucky Jfri4 i SEE UVEIMANS GHOST Remarkable Story of Sprit That Twice Appeared to Servants and a Preacher Makes Oath to the Truthfulness- Of it Too Ontaide the earthquake In Italy and the blizzard here tho one chief ureic of tbo week in London has life n H ghost tory whlob from the statement J made by persons concerned the circus stances of the alleged apparition and j the effort made at prompt investiga Lion deserves a special place in rte chronic 8 of alleged iisjxAcc putnoi oondIbandpersons have made affidavits of Wjflt they saw One Is the Rev Robert Drock who te acttug as locum teiwcs j fort ie Kv Dr Hugh Artlty Vicar ofj East Hudainn wlip 1s whueving In gerta end wino dtecinbortled kpifX is slated to liavo mwdo Us appear nee in bodily flwio at Ids Norfolc shire view age I mil Dr AetV y for the firs tine in London December 9 and spec t nut more than nwlf an tour wttli hrs prior to coming on tow sari I hoard noA Ing more of him until Saturday Law December 26 when I received u letter from tie Roy Herbert JIurlel tile Dnglteh chap oln ot Algieis wnnounc lug that Dr and Ups Astloy Juwl BUK tamed Injuries In a railway lccldEfJ on Wednesday December 16 On the seine evening ilftt I got the lettw Saturday Deceml er 20 I was fonted in to dlntag room when Mrs Hartley tbo fcoiuoki ov rtmie to TOO ciii said Come id so Dr 41e an1 led mo Into the study Looking through the SftfS window on doe lawn I myt lf dtoltaotly saw tte figuro of Dr AJrtley In clerical at tire standing ngalnit tne wll which adjoins tho dining room It certainly was not tho reflection of my own free for I nm cleanshaven and the face of duo flguro I saw worn leant and mustache Jt wufdietinctly Dr Art ley as I saw Mm in London I rub- bendfiny eyes and looked again I was k not V dreaming rime figure was not look ngei mv but soomld tat be plung- r J r JI l F i4 I Ed iff tt ought Mrs Hartley had a candle in her sand and I told her to take it away I etlll saw the figure most clearly A bouemud Iwoo Asd joiied us could also see the figure I will go and have a look in they garden I said and did go There was j nothing to be seen there and when I returned tie vision bad gone The tme was about 445 p m The vis Ion lasted 10 minutes On the following Tuesday December 29 Sirs Hartley again saw the apparition As on the previous ocx aslon continued Brock Mrs Hartley went to close the butters in the study and came running iu to me saying Come quickly Here it is again I went rapidly to tLe study Looking through the window I again distinctly saw roe vicar on the lawn After the first appnrltlon telegrams were tent to Algiers inquiring about t e Astlejs The resnonsrt cj me ijhat both Dr and Mrs Astey were progres sng comforably but curiously enough a letter written December 26 wftich arrival In Bngnud later s1 ted that Dr AsWey wap suffering from concussion of the brain and was presumably unconscious at 1 ho time of the appari tion The Rev Mr Drock liStS suggested this as a probabe form of explana tion of tae mysterious apparition My own impression Saturday be said having had no previous experi ence of these things was that Dr Astley was dead Now it would really appoar that when we saw his figure outside Uic study window he was In a pfttte of unconsciousn or delirium and dn rome mysterious way was able to projoot hltnsetf in living from lo 11s home in England London Cor Denver News Mind Yonr Business If you dont nobody will It is your business to keep out of all trouble you can and you can and will keep out of HVOT and bowel trouble If you take Dr Kings New Life Pills They keep bllloumicss malaria and jaundice out of your system 25c at all drug gists on Similarity With a Difference Jack tuiforing with a tjvoW cuu which has settled iu his vocal cords Why am I like a colt TomI dont know Why Jack Because I am a little hoarse The Circle O A JS 0 O nJABMTI the xTh8 Kind You Hare Awls BflB M 8r Y f J 1ico 1Lt4 J RAILROADING i IN KANSAS Really a Game of Chance at Times Under the Law Protecting Em ployes From Working Them Overtime Kansas is a great state said the man whose businttar keeps Lint Jumping from town to town in tile sunflower country all except the railroads and these sure did bother mo in the few months that I a raw Easterner spent In the state It is a game of chance sometimes to got from place to pfcce and It isntt all due to the fact that the further you got away from New York the moro railroad schedules go awry They atavo a law in Kansas Boat no railroad employe shall work more than 16 hours on a stretch and teats wfaat plays the dickers A few superb trains pass Hib rough Kansas thats what they do pass through toarcely stopping Tong enough to say howdy They ure going do tbe Coast or returning and once in a while lean make a trip from one big town to another In true Eastetrri trtyle but for the short local trips that my business demands its mixed freight and passenger trains most of ime time Heros wber l the law to proleot employes works like a wheel of for tune The schedule may call for ar rival at a pnrUcuiir panes In am plo tune for too crows lo bo u acged legally but if a lot of frt gixt Is to be handled at prvccdlng stopping places rite dolity may be SO g1t that the sixtccnhour limit may expireralle and miles sort of desUnation- If tikes I nt does so expire tiheree nocihlpg for it but to run the train to tho next placo that resoemhlesjaswp if Its only R eddlng end lay it off ITo next train itJiat comes along doubles up with the stalled train arid takes tho tawprotected rnintmen alan passengersThey work mind you until eight hours have elapsed Occasionally there is no next train for more Ulan eight hours In that case doe crow having tad its legal rest may resume work t Ti8 Is gospel truth Im telling OI b a i rtilMw + K F J for I have boon held up In those stall ed trans many a time One night I was going up iite Lin coIn branch of the Union Pacific hop ing to reach Marysville late that night The train bad only one passenger car inhere was a lot of way freight and wr kept losing and losing dime TJie ulxl enhour limit of work for that crew Came that midnight when we were about 12 wiles out of Ol iys 1 lie We were near abiding sod into this we ran prepared to wait for onotl er tntin or for the egt t hours to expireThere wasnt a sign of a house anywhere so the passengers only six men then spent the night aa teet they could Iu the car Te trainstoen had the more comfortable eIThere we stuck until next train had come then 9OtJl six of us trudged along until we found a farmhouse We got tho farmer to I drive us into MrysvHle and beat tho train In at thntIDo you use UPIIdliMeest and Surest remedy for this disease In all curatlv properties it is identi cal with itho solid Cream Balm wiMcli is so famous and so successful in over coming Catarrh Hay Fever and Cold in the head There Is relief fn the first dash of spray upon vIle heated sensitive airpassages All 7Bc Including spraying tube or mailed by Ey Bros C6 Warren street I New York I Wild Animals in India I A return issued by the Government of India shows that the total mor tallty among human beings reported to be due to wild animals in 1907 amounted to I960 IS comimred with 2086 in 1906 The total la the lowest on record since the practice of collect lug these statistics was initiated Tho most noticeable variations from Ube figures of last year occur in Bengal the United Provinces and time Central Provinces while In Jladras therowas a comparatively large increase mm 167 to 201ln the number of persons kllhd by tigers The total mortality among human beings caused by snake bite fell from 22811 in 1906 to 21419 In 1907 So low a figure has not been reacted since 1897 Time LauderBrunton trenitmewt of snake bite by Incision and application of permanganate of potash and the distribution of lancets continues but as usual the value of tie results is discounted by the absence of identification r of the shako that inflicted the bite In Durmah nearly all the death I rr J R r THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN BARGAIN- SUBSCRIPTION OFFER One Day OnlyJan 30 1909 H oursintheStatendCrtfslngot theStateIt has the Associated Press telegraphic news of the world it splendidhalftonea thosewhoUiDdthespecial4rrungcrnent I The The Republican RegularPrice Regular Price 100 a Year Total 400 rslIf sutecriptlon Is received at our office not later than January 30 1909 Sul r wiHduterutwhehsubs4ripuonHerald alone to THE REPUBLICANHartford occurred in paddy tracts where Rus sells viper is particularly prevalent Stops are being takRn In ithis prov moo to insure a wide distribution of Brunton lancets It is too early yot to pronounce with any certainly us to the result of 4bo experiment but a number of favorable reports have been received It te reported itlnat In the Pegu Dis trlotslx men and one buffalo bitten by Russells vipers were opwat ed on by headmen to whom lancets dad bees Issued and all but one man who was unconscious recovered Eight cases are reported from the Unit T t 1 i n BOTH ofDrof these cases the penmanganotof potast treatment was ntao employed destroyedS5li to 1906 Th tbtal number oj comparedwith destructwas appearthat killsonlyis killed by them 1 IiP n 4A i t r tAGED BANKERI ff IsCONVICTED J T S Anderson Sentenced To 1 t Three Years in Prison I Charged With Swearing Falsely t To Report of Condition t f Of Bank r1 I OWfooro j Jan 15 Tonight 1 TStdney Andeiton for years ono of the most highly esteemed cltlzene of Owensboro Is hdd a prlsunor in teo- Davf3 county jail He was ccavtutcd by a jury of twelve men tllls afternoon on tho chlllgO or swearing aMy to a staternetlt of the eondatlon of the DlVCI oury Dank and Trust OcAll- lX1ny I of which to was tlia presldont- on March 31 1908 and sentenced tots years in the penitntiary words of the clerk We the 4tiTho the defcmdantguilty asclnrg ed In the tnddctment and fix his pun penitepttnrywas a cry You have killEd her you have killed her from the IlttIP group of Women who tad remained faithfully by the side of the aged blaneT during the next days ot the trial VDNERABLE WIFE TOTfFERS Mr Andersons venerable wife waS tottering in her chair and ho turned and caught her In his arms as she fell forward and falnlcd His three Baugh- d tern and sister were pttlably affected 0V and it was nearly an hour before they were in any degree cxmpose1 A phy- slelanii was swnmoned to administer to Mss Anderson A number of frIends were at the sIde of the family and offered every consolation possltJolet do their hours of distress After the motion for a new taial wad boon made and Mr Andersro was being led away to the jail a crowd of a hundred or more men and boys followed They dyad not witnessed the dtstreung scene n the courtroom and here were some jeers from the hot polloI JURORS DEEPLY AFFE YrED- Tho case was given to the jury at 9 oclock this morning tho arguments I having been completed late yesterday + afternoon It Is understood than on the fIrst oojot elevem jurors voted tow give to tho defendant five years in the penitentiary One juror was in favor of a lIghter stinitac h was not until 146 ocloch that an ngrcomcnt was finally reached After We ver diet of the jury thud been read the ju rom wre doopy I1fCe ted by the scene In the courtroom They bad discharg ed Uoo duty they had sworn they would ft J faithfully perform and Mh bowed heads walked silent 1y by the Anderson family group and left the eouittroom MOTION FOR APPEAL Silence reigned in the courtroom for nearly an hour except for the sobs from the nreuibere of the Anderson family Mr Anderson continued to tenderly hod his wife in Me atoms until she was sufficiently restored to leave the courtroom It was then that tile aUtorneys for WO dofenle made It mo ctionfor an artcat of judgment pond an appeal claiming that the indic meat did not corks iitute sufficient causo for a pUblic offense A general motion for a neW trial was then mado i CHARGE AGAINST ANDERSON Tbo specific charge against Mr An dercon was that Lo swore on March 31 1908 that lo did notpersona Iy owe the Davies County Dank and TruSt company In excess of 16000 It Was alleged by the comanonwetdth taRt Anderson and his family owed d the bank Q fJnenrlY 130000 failure ot tho DwICfS county Bank and Trust Companyfolioved sloe lytthatof the Owensboro Savinga Dank It was shown during the trIal that James H ParrlEh und ADd rEon on stDtep1OOlt days wrou 41 interolmnge not for cash for the purpose of padding their statements FORTY YEARS A DANKER tlhe Davlew County Dank was cap- itaIized at 60000 and hud depoeiw hlo excess of 600000 Mr Anderron Is 66 years of ago and has spent moro than forty yens in the banking business lItwaawlth Mr Anderson tbnq lames- J r had Ids f1rst experdoncotn a bank Later PatTlsh bought out the Owensboro Savings Dank which haClbeEn organized by Anderson Anderson moved to Detro Mich where ho organized 0- f hang and remained for ton years it la said hint he had a disagreement b wItih oLhe Urootors ottbeIlyankon ac count of not wanting the night watch man to remain on duty on Sunday t night iBTRIOTIN RELIGIOUS VIEWS 1 I was lUll older do thed First Presbesdsu ohltrC1iSo atiict was JUt 1nIrislte 1ghusllew6thatrheGNUM not reoedvo dep stn of topaex or II- ii qu uUJI1i and Woldl nomiail1 a lLte onSILfuroayiUtwould004n J rtR1 eSelbbMbd8Y f iFo11owhg i tthe two bat tlafOweBlltJot tbead0Kiccr8ofbiat f i t- t COMMON SENSE Leads most I telllgeilt people to Use onl1- moof nesof nown composition Therefore t ISthi Dr Pierces medicines the make o w Ich print every Ingredient entering o hem upon the bottle wrappers andltt s Its cotrcctness underoath are dally gr lag to favor The comp position ot D Pierces medicines Is open to everybody r Pierce b r eatreus of havt e I vt aIon turned full II on his formu a n con a ell t o to M ter too s on es P c es s known rho mor- ePturVIIi v rs o ne llelng who Iy made o he active medicinal principles extracted from native forest roots by exact processes original with Dr Plerco nndwlthouttho use of a drop of alcohol trIplerefined and chemically pure glycerine being used In stead In extracting and preserving the curative virtues residing In the roots entlrelyfreeby creating an appetite for eIther al habitformingdrugs byDrGolden Medical Discovery tho bloodpurifier stomach tonic and bowel regulatortho medlcno which while not recommended to cure consumption In Its advanced stngesno mOOlclnowlU do that yet does cure all thoro catarrhal condI- tions of head and throat weak stomach torpid liver and bronel I troubles weak lungs and hang on cot t which f neg anifinallyDiscoverytoIf only you Ivo It a and lair trial Don t expect miracles It wont do supernatural thIngs You must exercise your patlenco and persevere In Its getitsDr Plercos medicines are composed have the unqualified endorsement of scores of medical leadersbetter than any amount of lay or tionprofesslonal testimonials They are not gIven away to be experI mented with but are sold by nil dealers to medIcInes atreasonable pries concerns were dndlcted cdtargtd with wrecking the institutions rlq Pan sos swore Judge Dtrkhcad off the bench and from Special Judge John S Kelley of Dard own secured n charge of venue Ito Hancock county The trIal of James H ParrtslL for receiving de posits when ho knew his bank to be Insolvent rfulW In n hung jury eight icing for conviction CHANGE OF VENUE DENIED A change of venue was dented An derson and last September when the case was carw nt that tLme lIe dId not attempt to swear JudgPt nirltherul off of the Ienoh At the trial just ended this moJon was made hub judge DIrkhead declined to vacate the bench The verdict of the jury does not come as a surprise excerit astto tho nuni her of years of the sentence It was generally thought that tiro jury would sentence him to one year in the peni- tenUary On every hand there Is the deepest sympay for the family of the convicted lanker- dCA dTORZAg- eusthelie Kind You Nara Always Bergh I 8Iguat1llO 1I4 of vY THE GREAT ARMY OF WOMEN WORKERS In Thirty Years One Million Have Joined Ranks In the year IS80 the army of women wo hers In the United States numbered 2363938 Twenty years later it that army had grown only In proportion to the growth of total population In the Unit ud States tt woutl have numbered 3767659 But there had been recruiting sta tions scattered along the way declares a writer iu Everybodys 3tngnzine At some of these stations marked Destitution penniless women halt been forcibly conscripted Comfort women not absolutely pen At others marked Higher Standard wIess had reuoantly but still without actual coercious enlisted for tho pur pose of supplementing the familY in come became while theIr rnotkersover contented with bare NOON and Un dishes they themselves with growIng seltrespect demanded carpets and chinaFinally at a thIrd variety of recruit Ing station there bad helm employed a fu l brass hand wiMch played a tune called Economic Independence with endless variations and a certain number of women whoso male relatives we lidding their highest to be permitted to support them had been soomnly sworn in to support themselves From thooo sour Carne streams of fresh recruits to join the army of women workers on its marsh so that in 1900 when the last private bad filed past the reviewing stand In which William R Merriam director of the ecu sue was sitting It Wed found that the total rnmbor Of women In the in duatt1al parade in the United Statue was not 3757 689 as it sbould have been but 48336301- Iar the course of tventy year there had boon mare than 1000600 Btatis- tlcaUy unexpected aldditltins to the ranked Was there In that time any othe2 social obamge moo fundamental j 4lf+ PHRASES MADEr BY ROOSEVELT President Influences Dally life Of the Country He Can ConverseWith Equal In telligencQ With Cowboy Frizd fighter or Historian James wrote that tile House of Commonssoomed empty after Glad stono had left it And Washington wont seem the EUnie the city at tel Uuh 4 when it will no ongEr feel the rtdlefs and ceaseless n1tlvl- ly of Theodore Roosevelt lrTnrtis expeeed to mako a great President but ho doesnt happen to be interested in all known ptasos or- humlllIl activity It isnt supposed that- lie will he able to converse with Equwl enthusiasm with mwoos naurrlists prize fIghters artists end thJtJtorlans But President Roosevelts departure wont be regarded with umnlxcd regret In WashlngOn lie has set apace that a city permeated with traditions has found hard to keep up wIth A congressional committee was goin over 1Jt0 question or additional quarts for certain Government departments wIth Colonel C S DOnlc1l the ocher day romwen Is this officer in charge of public buildings find grounds A clever idea Struck n member Vhy not use the old unsightly Punnsylinni Railroad station that was abandoned a few months ago- lmpOfoslbe said the Colonel I toro it down last summer Tore It down gaped tiro astonished committee Congress should have passed on Uw question Who have you the authority The President ordered it torn down replied the padd Dromwell lie said it was In the way Few persons reaU the extent 4o which tills man in Washington has af fected the daily life of the coun try The bIg things be lIfts done have been widely cotllJnenet onMs Influence for a diigher moral c4nndard for the square deah and for abt- ing the worship of the Dollar But considEr such n minor tiling as the use of words There are scores of eXllr sons that have passed into the dally life of the country just because Roorevott has given them vitality Most of them probably illlo been used before He took them wherever he found them Ilui It was te pecullar use he put then to that made them live A group of correspondents was stand log on Pennsylvania avenue the other nlgtt wuCng for a street mr to e capitoL I coud wbb cote oi thmu said that cam malefactor of great wcelth would cone along and take us up therEThe malefactor of great wean t has bon condo a public character by tiro President along wlth trio undesirable citizens Probably hIs most effective and last- Ing phrase Is the Square Donl It was n whole sermon In itself and when it- eaugat Uo atenJon of the country the regime of special privileges WitS doomed So far as ron be learned the phrase was first used in n speech- at Springfield n or July 4 I903 Te President Enid A man who is good enough to stud his blood for L E country SII gocfl enough to be given n square deal afterward Moro than that no man Is entitled to less than Uhat no man Miall have dir RoosovfrH began his phrasemak tog before he became President III- aTl address before the Hnniilton Club of Chicago In 1S99 he said I wish to preach not the doctrine of ignoble ease but the doctrine of the strenuous life Moyeoddle alrpeered in all address to he Sphinx Club of Harvnr- dMuclmltersor rather the modern application of Bunyans tuna with the muckrrakcas used in lIn address In Wnshlnl1on nturly three years ago It was September 2 1901 just before McKinleys assassination that ho quoted In a speECh In lI1nneapo- 1sJhe od prvl bSpeak SOftly and carry a big stickyou will go far Nature J rkeo was the title of nn article he contributed to Outing Hit the lIne hard Dont foul and dont shirk but hit the line hard was ibis advice to schoolboys But space falls to give a complete hlst of his sayIngs that have soaked into the popular consoiousnessweak ling caven race smicidoa term of Prot E A Rosss but forgotten until President wrote his letter cm the subjectit shorter aUgU word usoo atle aseerly as some codes iastlcs controversy wlth Bob Ingesoll a quarter of a century agowidked falsehood frazzle delighted and the Scriptural rigbtobuurrwsa that ex altoib a natIon The tdays ot an Admntstmtion that haaepinhpreeeod itaelton the American dmag1natlutxtcanmot fail tot t 1C bust a tinge of regret to those who ate watoLing these last two ruails of Ruospvelt Seven Years of Proof I have wad seven years orproof that Dr Kings New DIscovery is toe- best medicine tO take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condtulon of throat chelit or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo Tho world has had thirty eight years of Irroof that Dr Kings New Discovery Is the best remedy for coughs end colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronoh- lth hemorrhage of tbo lungs and the early state of consumption Its timely of pneumonia Sold under uamnteeat pneumonia Sold under guarantee at all druggists Oc and 100 Trial bottle free m 9 Dead thing a Puzzle Too discovery of a hugo manllnotl or fish itas been made two miles north of Hueneme near the Lehml1l1n nmcIJ1- 111d there t considerable sptculaffon on the part of the fishermen Dud residents of this district IS to what the things The body is largely decayed so teat there 18 not much more than a- skeletcn with a pile of heavy scaly skin The body is 48 feet In length but there oro evidences that part of It has been swept away by the tJdaB There is a lower jaw seven feet tong and resembling that of a sword lS1 in shape The ribs sUck out four or atg16 inches In diameter Oonlll lions would indicate that the body wsu about eight feet in diameter It is not like any known species of wl ale but ruiher resembling a ltzard or dreg on The akIn is more lorny tha i scaly DRUNK AND HILARIOUSON Miners Christmas Spree Came to Abrupt and Disastrous End The most extmotdinor trag d over enacted on the desert took place at Jale Fletchers cabin on tho banks of the Amargosu near Death Valley on ChruStllfil Day Tire newts has just reached chlhatSon Fletcher had beeu doling well on lJfj claim until recortly when tizi vein ran out Thls left kiln without money to buy whisky Thomas Robbins n bosom friend who was spending Ollll9t mas Day at Fletchers proposed thet they try a dynamite jag He mid die had read of Mexican minetu gtrJag drunk by eating dynrunite when liquor failedIFletcller was incredulous but express ell bis wI lingnessto make the eXller ment Between teem they consumed tlireo sticks of dynandte during the afternoon and evening of Ohristmas Day and becomo loud and boisterous in their donfeacior lilchr was good natured and wanted to sing but Rob bins was surly fllld quarrelsome and the more dynoudte lto consumed the more troublesome lie became TJlis finally aroused Fletchers wrat to suelt Il pitch that he challenged Robbins to a fistic duel Itobns was staggering slightly and Fletcher fin ally shot t left hook Ieuio tte norms ribs Instantly there was a terrific cx- plosion The body of Robbins shut through no coiling as 1I1IOng1l It aas turned imo a dynamite bomb The concussion induced llY FlotcherS tJlllw- cauEJld Rdbins to explode Toro trigedy instantly soborod Fletcher end bo called ut a neIghbors cabin whore he told the story anti bar rowed a nnhlD anying he Intended to go that night tor the nearest llooce officer and give ifuustrf up for to crime of mRnlausMtr Ho was deep ly depressed and this feeling of utolan choly must have caused hha to nner his probetams for ole tJotool himself to the tOll of n peak about a mile pwllY and throw himself from that poInt in to the ravino below Searchers found the slietteod remains of Fletcher terttered about in the boughts oftlhe willows that grew novae the head of the ravine He had laud ed In a soft spot but the concussion had been great enough to sot off the second charge of dYDamt- eTb mnners burled what they could find of the two bodies In ono grave Since the death of FINcher a miner who wen to work on his claIm rediscovered tins lost ledge and is staking out bre that wilt run 97 98 jn gold How Is Your Digestion Mrs Mary Dowling of No 228 8th Ave San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful elCeot of Electric Bitters in a case of acute Lodi gesfton prompts this testimonial I am tully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters iss the beet remedy on the market today This great tonic and alterative medicine invIgorates the system purifies the blood and is eemcially heJpfU1ln all forms of female weakncsa 50o nt ail druggists rn I ASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatuxe of o Ir- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA tx erru SOrrr NIW rOS Otrt OUR CLUBBING RATES = THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 12r THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaNeel Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE 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Shorthand education and when trained we guaranto to place you In a good position We had 18 rolls tho first 2 weeks in January offering good salaries Write today for our New Special Otter It you wihsto secure a congenial position that will pay you a hondaomo salary enroll now and take the Complete course at CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ITHFa GROWING SCHOOL 937 Foutth Ave p Louisville Ky Homop1torso 33O Cum S O36ei Another Class Starts Monday art t e 4 y see ono I at H J Hartford Republican =I Entered according to Inw at the Poe tomoo llartford Kjr ai mall matter ot the second laM CM BARNETT EDITOR r zr PSxozrs- taeh Cuxnbrlan aolog J i EUrr aa FRIDAY JANUARY 22 REPUBLICAN TICKETtern For Representative W S Dean For Circuit ClerkE G Barraan For County JudgeD R Wedding For County Clerk W S Tins ey For County AttorneyC E Smith arForFor Assessor Bernard Felix For School Supt Henry Loach For Jailer W P Mldklff For SurveyorC S Moxley For CoronerDan W King =Only the truly rlgitcoiw cim evad nod duty bo law lithe Congressional ateeton to end situ u light or a frolic No man knows wfcat a secret F ng nt limy bring foKKi itiato days Is tile president iry4ng to drag Con grass i rio te Auimuias dub as a whole If Mr HiOtcock surrenders the national touiiuituw Caafnna 114on suet wla Je tW wioa tue n mnl ir1ng When a muck uke and a pttahfork bwome involved in a moral combat fc ig a good time for byeatnderB to mow onThe quevtlon is rot does the oon attention follow e fag Dod tie CQMtltuUoa ten tcay at Lame Witharda th iliaC K Aa a mouxrihi Join D Rocket kw deatered agalribi 11 edtng I loboa floomeIt looks M Uuugii Cluwle P Tatt is U to let Eolhing fur nil 200000 lie yowl K kind male ad tore 00zcl lIl11loy near of duty well duce If we can promote a Navy with n a life Hiving itcuixt tatted of a lIfo Owtioylng recoil it will be aomu hing for whkdi fiiie wn on lull y be isou Ii llJlM y the aowmin of Cwgita to ml the Pre sakiry to 100000 nn tadm ton tJiMt wo uwy he able titan to get mlif Hd mon to tyke uhe Job in A number of members of Congress have been down to P uania end can dhooverwl bat tre PTattin Canal itloolilll rrrton the latiHnu of Patmma will now turn in tc 1r expwme blUEvery local uirton in Oalo county omn awl soud be revival between now and tie fii t IIof Al rtl It 8ho Is upon the kcal uron toot the su lienArwcture fh Aiuoriuivn Soowly Of HuuHy Is buiW d us Tfcow who fatcam tioMcJ of NxHonal Pmdcnt C O DrnMoa at the oourt house hre left Sur lay In Wie Jnitiwi of tlO A S of K mlsuod one IA tu garet totHvWb which tit i p ople of Onio aft tyulgVt have ever bran filIIil fi1 Ai flea of n lists prodoted Pre i villa dont elect lilt hits already turned ftgniitet Ito vilin itolUuM flu ties Mice pleas iquare Iwck on tie 1lef51d1trM Mte wo1 known Ideas on race tijkJde by den ning tfcfct old maids are a picas tiro and marriage not neMNlalr noon Tenndatlee wm das the l19 i ver on the weer t e TenllfMet Cuinberlnnd and Hay mimber of lsii or rttoeins of head waor in Ute 1nn WItoofront tbo Kentucky and Givtn rive relilts Tuo Owoneboto liuiuirer lu dts te luodar of tufe wwk cotihJns leienlolO folowirp reference to ono of proinlnont oiiizoits JJ L Hmvpin J innaler at Hfntford vlo is an nh11r pllaint for the Second Distrct Cot lec tiaco torsJilp Is raid to feel hlira lf sliplIl ling 115 swjuoof his friends flTO anxious to sidetrack him lit tro co test furair Collectoirekdp and give b mUle placelira ofUjiltcd Stales AUirolall VJulieOwensboro 100Mreither position menUrmcd hie friends Hand hero fool that ho 11111 u cinch the Collcctorfililp and that ho will appointed to that position tow Tp President elect Tuft tokes his Itterl Jfr Henvrin does not generality al when he goes after anything and 0 county Republicans aro aIlllnxloustoPo him land this position which theytot feel justly belongs to Ohio as rof the banner Republican countiesf Intio Second Collecdonal mand The tactflintthebuciceEB men of will Hartford so willingly closed W houses during the A S of E Bpdstk 0 hg ast Saturday should ccnnjnemJ theta fife farmers ot Ohio county as never before It is the first In our knowledge flint tuoh nn a tcourspeaker dn our town nnd ifcis on toile busiest day of Uio week a4 a toe wiien the mcrctncts usually make their largest sales However look oil It from the rigbit ebandiioiar It was also to the interest of the nvrc4inns for they tfcould encourage an organization in every possblo ner which dote not propose to witix their business and even its members to patronilzo our home people In tie long run people make no Pratt for lEnanso I oven though tlwy can tend aL d purchase small articles for household at toalf what they c be bought tit homer But wo mantain that those prices when the nil cltis c cornperrdaro never dwxvpor pbl at home wten purob cd by tit Again wttetf our citizens fend A dollar to Chicago St Louis or own York to purchase roots article a wall order cast at least a that dollar usually finds its way into cbancofc whioh are used to fight farmer and his interest If tneu home it helps to pay our taxes our tohool houses keep up our reads and maintain out churches Roebuck have savor furnifefced n r penny to build a cJiuixli rtiafnt- school O build bt d timorvieIs stilmilkfarmer The Democratic Tariff Bill The Democrats of OonbtfS aro go Ing to construct a Tariff bill of their They aro going to present It viersrvf Wil e g 11 fi U ua be llln opportunity to sea wiat D rin of oori rosily kola oa thte lmiKii aueetiou So far they stave dealt I Iy In resolutions and in dsmundw tuna Once upon A time ten they wtre li full power in the QormnnerX t ey pM0ed n Tariff law Jut it fell so far of short of their own theories and utejid that Precedent OloTOlaod caw a liiece of forty perttdy alai doe nwaM1elbjJl we siN sw far they have progrewod assay that kiwi of perfidy and Sfrftt of ddt honar But troy will find can they progrow in tfcolr work diM TOo the iwwl ta beset sill ttlNctt ytaions may Protdde a Thrift bet silt produce Vie required revenues but will they ait the wwne limo iJinvMe Tariff that will conserve Gun bus IndMi and induutrial trrtureettt of country Of what benefit ta tt iavo a ThrMf ahal Avlll produce titoe sold atIcome tl1ee the AVe can buy our sJioes for 1nat Europe Etiiope sail be glad sand over hero all the shoos that we wear and the Governanoat by col ly n few cents on enoh pair nino y tWo ta get revenues to pay own expoiwos but who wo going to do wkdt the Lhoualnds of a tieIngas in mCClroCle ubItilata record of wlfet they lwlkve ou pMHnJlfdsIIERBERTInJam 18 Married at Uie r Kiderco of v George Jones tatrt Wedntadtiy In Mr Mirror Hnrbout end ailes are de Martin both of tiNs jukce they They Mll make testy ione 1n Louh jexie H Mr Henry Chamber find tit w Mary nro 1siWng their elster the ow1JJan Harden of WbMit Indiana of OHHS Baxter Miller awe tihte nttorIO for Owonaboro College vteloh radonbltdeailgil J enatrel as here Mr GmnlMcdoilf mid wlfonnd Mr Skinners nnd family have re Jionie from Owenboro Mottle MlUgan Is in Ow Thlid hero Wilson from noar Owens Uoro II into toe Ethos LY a Geo Johnson has mowed to tfce urday of the la e Esq Jim Mlllw Emma Miller has returned ftear day 6ovora days stay wlUi her brother Jim Philips who Is quite sickalEllon Foul has returnedi from doing wJswe oleo amended Jte Jones th bed of her brother Mr Irvln Sunday NoticebC Roy the unons In Buford Magls y district you are hereby called Indihiem The purpose of the meeting Iofmake arrangements for the eye Met drculatlon of the pooling wl B pledges and the consideration and any other subject that may de here our aUentldH I hope all locals Wre send delegates this tieYonfa respectfully E C BAIRD Chmnv City VEHIABIE HOMEI PAHADSto E 1 is the Great Southwest Where Land is Cheap and Soil Ex ceedingly Fertile r manAfter several visits to horthcaPl ern Texas and a careful study of ell mate soils resources md conditions 10mourtuVe owiOrontthcouJ14ty wiioto mQltum retouroes umve ouc1Lcen touciied and Whose for ben tilled by the lmnd of the skillful fonmw can botnado to yield untold nend sh roDowS county Is tedin liieex frame notfohcnriorn 1att of rXoUniB 1Opuhttion or ctltottE 3po6o and olclmofntlldeh Is Texarltana sdta aioltuhuHn of 22000 It s a lieauitiful woodiind fifecounty etuddttl with small prairies ReatSulrJllurIriver The surface Ly uoduldolng Just noisand the l ulls ayntseasons Muck of flit inercbantnble I ber 4s boon removed wlifle ttiere j l i rifiin8 r6t1t qunitfdttes of red whte oak burr oak water oak last oak and amno sweet gumblack gum aw tickory and pine Thorn aro two kinds of rot the dew red sandy loam sofa tie dark gray und black lowm wita a cluy tub soil TilOlio soil un fertile and yield Per acre n iwlf to tfiroendt hit 1 cotton 30 to 40 ard CO busheljf of oIsrgtaloef Among otitw cropesufehenp beau very profitably grown rte fw 1I goober peas auIyWa nH kdstegddaldes canal fruits 111peace ami tae like In foot not1 sorters Texev ie tile homo of e Alberta pencil and the big red striw berry Two crops of potatoes cun be grown every waton while many veg ewteWes eucJi ae lettuce onloiii tur nips and mus and and turnip gryiis be grown altnoet We yepr rrll writer of this a iUcle teltrhed r n Wtuue gitejit turnips and swirl potlce fictibi from the garden while in Texas leaf Christmas air Bazell a format living ne De Kalb Texas toM the writer be grew ittoat SO cents and the second cr 1 per buHhel and yielded an f of 230 The wrltwr saw on market setae of iuote arms 111edalaBowie county is a great stock vow Cattle Mvo fat on tiio mugo for months In the yonr and not In frequently ahoy go tmiough Jbe en largonThe climate is mild the tan ifiture rarely evor falling to tepoint Tbo rain fflll Js for all purpofcs ana the fire fine mite tetxzk of tiie peopio Is good except In nfew whore tie iitnher te itUIck and ed latest of malaria WIre elill found very wot seasons Lands have doubled In prices with the lat few ytws tiough prices tti 1 low In compurioon with what will bo within the next five Lands tire now eellitg from and 3 up to 30 per Here Taxation is vary low Jn Texas and public school fund to tie largest say of lo SUtcs Ra1lix ad fa duties are good throe boTig six running into Texnrkana RENDER Jan 9G B Jones Illinois COT Train Master of Louisville was of Art WQln dElrIJoo James was in Beaver Dam last WednesdayS cll0r of Harfojxl null Rhoads of Beaver Dam wore last Thursday D Jonca of Central City washers Faiirtwy Jas Drake of Cromwell was fcero Sat Start Oiler wont to Caneyvlilc Sato r horn to tho wife of R E Kerinteon Sa urdny mother und child first well Roscoo Is all nniles HB ed was tho attending physician Guo Barakat of Hartford was here and lesir relay Gordon Young of Denver Duns and Arinendt of Fiordsvllle asrtnSte reYou tCJdaYrYOIT Maine left yesterday for anapolis Ind to attend the Zteit and ual convention of the U M W A Dlrrfhln is representing1 difi 23 of whldh ho la Vice Prefildeni S Hoover of New Albany Ind Hywel Davis of Lu18v1l1ehveru today I E H Gwyn is very sIck Bit writing Simon Stephens went to Central today to daft his parents Mr came a rp THE OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA I it n 1 t f J i1 i f 1 t j SAAO BROCK a citizen of McLennan yearsForFalls eighteen miles west of Waco but ValloyICSome time ago by request Uncle Isaac came to Waco and sat for his plot holding in his hand a stick cut from grave of General Andrew Jackson gentlemanshowing Ills family Bible is still preserved shows that the Into of his birth was n 119 years ago dinugglst lire Jas SKitiiB for a few ys MLa Elizabeth Jones of Nashville Tenn is vtsMJng friends at d rcla ves here at tMs writing Work sit all the niincs are very Black now owing to no oider for Opal tjangu for title limo of ycor League Meeting Convened as usual at let Nacre Friday evening Jpn 1C 1909 After calling the tauva to Older Pros J P Foster gave a much iroetl talk coocemtog 49e netaro of t ie League and those who nfctend Next came the try tdng of pro smut as follows Music by Char j Businoes of tfco Lwgue Select Reading Mits Mwrt o 1V1itf jTalkSelect rRECESSI Rollcall wWdi fi1icrtcg of Twenty members iTrotcnt Wed four absent R N IeewEnroWmont of eight new monilicwISergeant at Arms Mr L M Ward Quartette j Rtdta4fouCltffad Stevens Select Reading Bolva McCormkk Recltiudcn Lulu Ward Select Reidngi Lizzie Hudso- nRelationCarro111Vrtrd Recitation Mabel McKornnn Rending of Newspaper The 1V Nocreek Gazette Query Box as wSongDismissed to Meet again on tie Friday night after the protract meeting closed at Wescy Chapel BELVA McCORMICK Sec Notice to G A R will pleuFe some up and lIa duce for 1909 eomo Commdes Itareso tie bandthASHFORD Notice in- By order of tho Ohio County Fiscal 110thoIinlreaUnCat their earliest conrenienoe the I S IhoUp IiIINI Escaped the Terrors of t k Many Winters By s s Using Peruna f Bornbelore the United SJtes formedIPeruna has protected him from changesveteran Shod a horse when 99 years old rhoAlways conquered the grip with ru na ageangreatestmd i troubles for free Peruna Almanac for 1909 HARTFORD COLLEGE Third Term Opens Jan 4 1909 Board 250 and 275 per Week IISpecial classes will be organized in all common school branches for the benefit of teachers and those pro paring to teach Classes will bo or ganized in runny higher branches to meet the demands of those seeking a good education In addlUon to regular worst in Pedagogy a course of lectures will be given on organization managementera Its Gray will be In charge of most the classes for teachers Mr Law Gary an experienced teacher attended State University last year and who holds a life diploma t 11I1P1oyI t IFor catalogue and Information neIi PROF L N GRAY 2216 Hartford Ky Among the Hartford Lodge Lod2esIIhad fin lBit iMng day evening oltaougii no degree nrori was done Tho lodge voted to accept Lodgesetu Run Jan 30th for Instruction and many of the brethren as can do eo ill attend Tho following committee appointed to fix tfco time for holding a meeting at Hartford for Instruction to which two r prceen tatlves of all the Masonic ledges in tho county will be invited C M Crowe G B Likens and C M Bar net e fRoughRher Lodge Np 110 beld d andJbtrje lodges are being interfered with considembiybyrearoabttite fact that members attend the bowling alley dur g lodge time Tuesday evening nI must all of the members who bowl a resolution that they would hereafter bowl during tie sleet g meof their respective iodgcs is a good resolution and woopo members 1 IC1lrJ11tout1Mre 44 oxiAfter a man has lived tn the world jas long as I have he ought to have 4ffound out a great many things bexperlence I think I have done so One of the things 1 have found outtomyentlresatlsfactlonls the proper thing for ailments that are due directly to the effects of the climate For 119 years Ihave with otHI have always been a very healthy man but of course subject to the affec changesiremedyPoruna bestlfnottheonlyrellabloremedyfor my standby for manyyears andI cxiIt exactly meets all my require meats It protects me from tho evil ef facts of sudden changes it gives mo strength it keeps my blood in good cir itithings for which I need When epidemics of la grippe first be 1Jan to make their appearance in this 1 was a sufferer from this die easeI had several long sieges with the grip At first I did not know that Peruna was a remedy for this disease When I heard that la grippe was epidemic catarrh I tried Peruna for la grippe andrfound it to be Just the thing In n later letter Mr Brook wites I am well and feeling as well as I have for years I would not bo without ParanaYours truly feA letter dated July 8 1000 written for Mr Brock by his wife Sarah J Brock statesLast winter I had Just gotten up out of a spell of sickness when ltthinkmuche treceives t about what Peruna will do thinkthoycanfgot onjeventual y injure both Uio lodges and bowling dub AOdd r At tale last meeting of Acmo Lodge No 339 I 0 0 F ttfe follrwJns vfflcers were Installed for the ensu ing year Past Grattd G D Likens Xablo Grand L N Gray Vice GrandA B Riley 5ccretnrD D bnlltlerifrElllsllrerW K Conductor Y L Mtpeley 0WardrtnW M Hudson R S N GW F Schbpmlre nTDavis l R S V GD W RInk L S V GF Tl Moseley R S SC G Baxter r L S SJWIICS Nance I G W C Wallace 0 GT P WIlliams Chaplain O M Shwltz HostW F Schapmlre This lodge has been ins fated lea than a year but bps tanl a grant tl amunt cf work Tlie members are en thustastlc and Ae wwrk Is exception ally gspd Two petitions tivere filed at t fI lust meeting and tie pros peels are for a graalt deal cf work the next few months For that Dandruff L There Is one thing that will cure ItAyers Hair Vigor scalpmedlclneIt ltt diseasedhealthy The dandruff disap Ahealthyscalpmeansagreatdealto 11 If erupttonsTheBold for over sixty years Xa4e aTeaaar e Oa LoWI11Kan PILLS SARSAPAUUX j r reap r M 4- i l Ir I 1 RE SOLVED WE ARE STILL NAMMERfNG AWAY AT REDUCING OUR STOCK WE ARE STILL MAKING tHE SPARKS fLY UTOPOUR PRICES BUSTER BR6WN lI 1I y THE TIME HAS ARRIVED WHEN WE WISH To CLEAN HoUSE QUICKLYoFALLREMAFNINGWINTE- MERCHANDISE R THE VERY LoW PRICES oN ALL pof REGULAR LINES or GooDs poS SSING STYLE c AND QUALITY WILL NoW sPEAK foR THEM J I r SELVES irI Our Half Price Cloak Sale was a Success Many are nov worthta few left We mean to continue THE SALE until the line1 tTi- s fOnly up If you have not purchsed now is your oppor tunity Look at the ticket divide by two utnd you have the price M11 I The best place to Trader r 1- r l I f jt Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 2- 2IIInolsContraIRallroad I Tlm 1 Table j North nooud Snntlaonnct- Nola2dne40iam Noladu1181nm No 171duel2a0p m No Ua doe 24 plIl- No102du824Spm xolal dueS62- i 1D j Tun TUILf INSPAtKET Hartford every Sunda- morcing r at 9 oclock returDIDg arrlre Thura day f Its Just As Easy i 1 ITo buy nt rxtasanablo prlcea and at t tble sarno time get oot1l1nf buc the purost and fresnest drugs JustJ cal1 ot store of Itartrord Drug 00 011 f j 3Laln streoY and imh your order- S It you are very busy try the bel- p1 ne it storks mast lit tho time now Hero YlOll car be uupp1ktl wUb druggIstss sundries tctlet articles of flee and so1jQJ1 supplies tbacCCl CI gars ptla S and everytbinga usuall r kept ina lrst class drug sttlre Ware e 1i making II spoeladtly of supplies fo- q r the offico and tan sand you motE On gdC1sI receive tibe Nee n J i tion IOf the vary best cLlOD1lstJ end GVerytlhlng used In mUng Is guala- nifj tokl to be albso1utely pure k HARTFORD DRUG COMPANY q IncOrporated w Barnalco IJ fl l Dring your furs to U S Carson and get the Sh 25tt Mr Burch Holbrook of Owcnsboro- of1t was li1 town Wednesday rt t Mrs EE Dlrkhoad a ho gueSt of- latlvea atElktonl Ky i yiLDn wettt No Creek pa1d 4 fUSs cat wha la VI W b1osdny riEGtr4aeUn Pr entAs celled 1i 1toBOOu whilc in townWMnpdwy M t Hon 31 LI iIeavrla baa eLUTned tt1OI1 a ten days trip to yeehld ton DCr 4- yr J Window Shadesany oJ t ary else A I ymade taiorder Mdctlpysatdsna o 1 J d 1V Ilsrtet rn1 rg 8g- t4aadt 000 r s- e t- t S Typewriter Carbon can be had atI this omceIVE1r bushel for good wheat 2GtrI FOR RENTDesltttble suite face rooms splendid locaUon 1ppl y at this office 2Gtfi Schroeters Studio Republican office lire Jahn W Taylor LoIoohCiold i leer Mr and Mrs Jill RogersIDl1rnltl Company Is in SI on busfuoes LoutsI rs Parnlud Co for that Sualh tlcGIdol1 suspender or CoorUss I Coon CIIura Duy goes from Dalllarl1 00- TJICY are buM Jllg a roputardon o 1 Soes that Woor wol Take your Clothes to Fred RObert pressoVor air Amos Carson of the Kentucky Jeans Clotting Company LousV1Jle Is vlsltSng relatives I1n town SunnydaleyChapel nulgttbordhood were among our caJlers afondty lira 3L L II tvrlaleft Wednosday to vIsit reIat11Js iu Owensboro an- Henderson Mr T R Darnm of the fink of DatMrd Co returned yesterda from St Louis where lo bid been or businesRev Virgil Egin will begin a protracted meeting at Gosbeti Moth- odit church londay night January 25th Mlss Lotus Miles who boa been thO guest of her siser Mrs John W Taylor returned to her home In Uniontown Ind yesterday Leave your Laundry nt my Grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery U Cleve Iier- Agt Rlelufiond Steam LaUndrY rr J C Jones and Yamlly mention of whos4matemplated removal it- Tiaylortowh nto Hartford arrived IaBt Friday fIh YMe the Alex Darnott ro6ldonoo on F1reOOnco treat IUV lfrarL hi SYpoetpeyl r4 ney- VUle 4egnn a sorlee lnepttn- gat the4Hayneavliie 01 Cbulnb Last Sun y 11h 4ri will fa a1- irrrAbabtl4tysodntlnue t rtwokafd- hazvedNtleani wJibu in- tid meeting h I f t1 Jlifl Itrlrliraplt two spps I3 ford were among our c llgre SVkI day I Remember our beat bargains wnl go first in our sale Dont Ue the last to start Canon Co YU can shoo your family for a small outlay of money at Canon Cs I erome Allen Coroner Hartford R F D No1 will answer phone at A I J Carters Concord any hour ltf- I Womens Skirts nicely cleaned and neatly pressed by Fred Robertson at the Y M C A building Give him a trial Cnpt J M DeWeeso is the guest or his brother Dr C DoWufteFords vitae and Mr Lufo DeWeeae ShreveI this week air Amos CUSOIltt Kentucky Jeans ClothIng Co Louisville ttrrty- d In ll1rtCord Mri1ay ttI vlsdt relatives n few ddys Do you want IL UfelIIm portroit oz sonlo dear one who has passed away i Dont give your small plotures 11- 0SOlUei traveling ngent whom you don t know Got Sobroeter to do the work for you 35lf IThe residence and nil It canisined- of Mr JT Lxwl1 burned at tit Inca tkn toO miles east o Narrows Tues dry night elf last week l1he orlg1nt wp f1 ri1Is unknown and tGocc w at4 I kcal Ucsa with no iflEirahice Amount IUIOled about tGOU IElder V U Ilndsptth evangelist veryIsine last Sunday At tie elcse cf thc mqting t church was orUnlzed with- V a meinberahlp of rI members aS a result ct the nHetlng- i From now until January 30 The Hartford Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 1 yea i 275 See particulars in another colum I IIss Anthaua Park and Mr Jam- eStvn went tr Nashville Tenn last Fnhtay where hey were married lPhey were CUluIlI nled by ale lirtdo- sbriter Mr Cecil Park AtttI the I marriage cerh cony Utoy left fcr Enid Okla where all will live in the fu are Tile contlnunus 1Ifco eaon h brought another large amount or to bacco to the equity loune thfa week EyotyUdug poriblo e being done toI I handle the heavy rutJ but Ue nlftflI agar rinds It almost mlble to ro calve as last IS tike tobacco has been cotnirg in JIlunC Stevens of we Snuzmawt nljg boyhood and broUtarv It I Danmrd Thad flrnird E P UiILftrd Elm r Darnard tt the East Bc vor Dun tJQIghLori ad and L T UarIJrnt tr Hartford air Jar es Snow n and Miss Antlm Park of boa No Creek nolgi1oonood wont to Xlsln1H3 Tennowo last Fr TheyIor Mr Cecil PuI Tte bruit find groout are both wet known Wd hlgh ly reepeciod clUzent and Ulty witt them the good wItrbes f n largo ir co of friends Title waft lnaketttetr taro In the future at Iafd Okal- ronul While Wlbinston reoenliy POEt master aI L ILoavrtin succeeded in having 4heaalatry of Rural Free Do livery carrier Xo 1 Mr Ed Dnvldsou increased from SGL00 11tr yer to JOOOO Per year TitclnctettaO was brougtt about by a alight elmtlO In this cnrrers tou101ly which the goes as tar as F D litIg1tns store near Sunnydue This will InoreaEe the service ntMorBally to the people tt Dundee and others In that lialt of the county 1VedneMaydDam of dlsroso Incident to old age His remains mere InterNjlI In the Shiuyklo Chapel Thursday Mr Gotanan was born In Ireland seventyModd years ego and while a yioung niau came to Plttsburg Penn wero tIC learifed the bakers adH After this ho came to this COunty and mhen bra Civil Wltr broke out he cast tds la with the Uotou aide serving thWUb1Jt the war Judge David A Miller one of Otto countys Oldest and nrard rem eked citin liardied at Ms reuldeneo In Scutl1 Beaver Dam Mast Wednesday after tn3I1iy months illness st diseases- incident to old age Funfiral services were conducted bybds paStor Rev A D Gardner at Ibb otnrrctt mars day atwrJJonat 2 oclock Attar wMchl his rxanatna were Interr ki In the Beaver Dt1m cemetery TrIo dec- eaood wQ lacked early one day being ellghtytlu16 years old lstaa been a member kJ the Baptist ohuroh for manytOars He 1VeBa fwIleUhlyd- marrtage twraduigttemltire 1 S- tildlditnaad kLraEllm Dukwidtbf- bb Lrtto Ti S Duke iJ a m91 of other relatives and frlends to mourn- llia loss j yr+ ny h I cEthethe Hartford church Sunday and ilbn j PmsidingEldertnone Sunday night and Monday ng1it The Quarterly Conference was helll- kt 2 oclock Monday afternoon and wat ono Qr glint Interest The financial- Statonlout showed the circuit to LeII1 splendid condition In tiet done Pco pat irr Rv Yhgil Eight sub a ted- wnltten reports as required showIng the state at wo worlt and givug un account of his sewaldsltdp The church at Beaver Dntu tlbrougl1 teiro- fffci1 mombn rcquestcd tI1etcps- be tnkun looking to a division or tic work in order tiWlt Beaver Dwm lthty have n resident pastor After coo sldcrnblo discussion of tlo matter 1- CO1l1mUtfe conslstUng of one Steward from each of tho tour churches was nppoted with Inetruations to trpot to tco next Quarter y Conferefl- 1l1tl wlll be hold It Got hen Ilers Special Sale for Today and Tomorrow Only 5lbs Iltnkeu Riro 25e 4 lbs Itd Kidney Hams 23c 8 pkgs Jumbo Bluetng23c7 bars Lenox Sollll 2ic G bare Magic White aSOG bate Fels Xftltlill Soup 2e 112 lbs Mixed Nuts 25c 2ocac 2 tale 3 lb Table Poeo1afI 25c 2 Chns Royal Seal Ot M41 large box Oat Meta 25c 3 large CUllS lion Ban Baking Pow derv 3cn 8 boxes Carpet Tacks 2 boxes Toasttoe c 3 babhice pure gxIWaot r- Xo4 2 LainIJ Chimneys 2Se 7 pkgs Arm Hammer SetaI- n Loving Remembrance MrLiadecy B3nnot TiulsdatmaI g Dee 2ltl1 ttt halt lit 1 ociak was 79 years old and w4e one of tdsA kind l1141tnd loving r has prised away but not forgI irn he w s a devout cJ11atJan and 1J ful elder In the CP chufcl1 at Bdl- Ho lervetr two siMr iMud Savo lJl j era and five oldldreu to mourn s- departme Tho ctdldren aro Mr Henry R Bennett R P n1l W C Benoet and Lyda HudFon cf- Beda and Marttrn E Wad 1atrbur l Ill Desr ruder hu gone on bkre await oUr eomiag on Lo ote shorn W C BENNETT STANDING THE TEST 1 That means Duchess Trousers every time When we say Duchess the next thing you think of is I Oc a button 1 a rip and that is the right thing to think of as that famous guaran tee means just what it says and is lived up to Then dont forget that they fit better than other pants and con sequently wear longer They are found only at our store Sensible PeopleIAre now wearing sen sible Collars This one is the acme of good sense and is our most popular number Ever notice how many peo ple are wearing this CollarThis and many other shapes in pure Linen are always found at our Store Depend on Barnard Co Hartford Kentucky U TEE SIG Sale Is Still On HT CHRSON 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 98c He saw Childrens 1 Shoes sell for 60ce He saw 750 Cloaks sell for 3 He saw 50c Underwear sell for 39cl He saw Ladies 25c Underwear sell for 19c theyPhadboughtBoys Suits Shoes and Suspenders for 960 He saw 150 and 200 hats sell for 9Bc saw one man buy 7 pairs of Shoes at less than wholesale price saw one customer buy 90 worth of goods and pay cash says this is the biggest sale that has ever been given in Hartford and they have the largest stock of goods in the county to select from This sale will continue until January 23 1909 It will pay you to come 40 miles to attend this sale It will save you money and give you new clean merchandise at low prices you never heard of before rt CARSON COMPANY 1 INCORPORATED J t r Hartford Ky 1 S 1- h d N Y y I I7 1 I z I 1 rif jiJ f 4 1 4I Iy = i 41 FARLEY OPPOSES EXTRA SESSION State Treasurer Says No Emer gency Exists at Present time Copt Ed Farley State Treasurer defends the position taken by Gov Wllhxm In not calling a special ees moo of the Legislature at the present time to deal with the County Unit DiUI am unalterably opposed to an ex- teaeAon at this time said Capt Farley or at any time unless an emergency exists I dont believe an emergency does exist at the present time nnd I think the Governor has acted most sane in his refusal to call a special session In tho flat place continued Cipt Farley It costs money to call an ex traordinary session of the Legisla tune nnd the state treasury Is not in condition at the present time to stand such an outlaw There never WiS a session of the Legisnturo that cost the state less than 50000 Referring to the Interview of Audi tor James In which ho declared himself In favor of an extra session for the consideration of the County Unit Bill alone Capt Farley said that notwitt standing the fact ttmt the gentleman from Mercer county is willing to con tribute 100 to the expense Incurred by an extra session of the Legislature the state would have to Lair the heavy end of the cost- I will admit said Copt Parley that this adminisraton is pledged In a way to the County Unit HIJ and that this pledge was a pant of Ue party plsitfonn Tno we did ourbwt to carry out this pledge is Instanced by the fight wo made for the bill dur ing the last session of tho Legislature The Governor recommended the pas sage of the bill twice and convinced his supporters that te meant business Tho bill passed the House but when It retched tbe Senate it was tide tracked despite te easiest support given It by the Governor and ills sup portersAnother reason why I am against an extra session is that the next regu lar session of the Legislature will bo held In eleven months from now and tho bill may be acted upon at that time I think the Governor has shown mighty good sense In having refused to call the extra session and at tho pledge made by him prior to his election During his interview dipt Fnrley took occasion to compliment the Gov highly lie said Unit he has been one of the busiest Governors that has ever held office In this state and that ho admires him for his courage nndIntegrityOf there may be some of us who differ with him on a few small matters but these are Inslgnifioant On the wholo 1 think ho is making a splendid Chief Executive- S 100 Reward S1OO Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreadd disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh nails Catarrh Cure Is the only poMtlve cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh be lug a constitutional dleeoeo requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internal acting dl rectly upon the blood and mucous sur face of the Bywtemlhereby destroying the foundation of the dlsoose nd giv fag time patient strength by building up the constitution and ossteting na ture in doing its work Tee proprietors have so much fully in its cura r towers that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO To ledo O- Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation m or Bull and Tiger Fight A fight between a Tiagua bull andI a Bengal tiger in the bull ring in Cludad Juarez Mexico opliosilo El Paso this afternoon was ferocious and necessitated the killing of both ant mas Tote tpectoolo was witnessed by 5GOO persons largely Americans jnany of them tourists who stopped over especially to witness It After three bulls sand been d Bpailch in the regulation manner tho two animals inclosed In an iron cage about 30 feet square were brought together and tho battle commenced l1obuU was first taken Into the Inclosure and tortured in the usual bullfight style to arouse his ire land then tuo front I cage containing the tis waa wheeled up to the entrance The tiger refused to get out and open the battle and the enraged bull attempted to got Into the smalt cage and get at his adversary The bull waa badly Ecrotohedabout tho face Finally the tiger came twin his cage sad Gho bull a big ugly black J fellow gored him with a long sharp horn as to emerged With a screech of pain tile tiger suva a powerful lunge teat broke the burls right kg and tile two animals maddened with pain went into lte fight for ielr lives Tho tiger was able to spring out of the way of the bull In anumber of instances but when the big heavy ani mat canght his aversary it was dean to the tiger The Wi stejmed on hO tiger In ono Instance hud soon dis abled Mm by Injuring his back Aft2 that tile fighting was very tamo was soon stopped though the Mexicans cheered Uie brutal performance and wanted it to proc The fight was declared a draw b the judges and wagers on the result were declared off Both animate will have to be MlotIO SXO JDun theThe Kind W HawAlwars BnjN Slgnat1llO of 1Usefulness of Kerosene Haying always in mind Ue continu- Ing the danger In the use of kerosene tho following suggestions from tno National Food Magazine are furnished for housewives 1 To loocen dirt nnd mate weighing easy Cut one bar of laundry soap Into i shavings put In two quarts of soil I water and boll until dissolved Ion cool not cold add onehalf cup of i ammonia two tablefpoonful of powdered i borax and sufficient water to make the original two quarts lastly odd ono teacup of keiowao and stir vigorously until cool nnd a smooth emuon is formed Into about three or four gal lens of warm water stir one cup of tij mixturefind soak the clothes ovcr igit tulle dirt will easily wash out clothes wll be white and wash daynnade easy 2 Hot vaseline was snllcd on a spread I poured kerosene on Pu e brown unsightly spots liberally Itt it stand over nIght In a tub and then washed in the usual way If a single application of this process does not entirely remove time stain repeat 3 Ink on muslin or Hnert doy iies may be removed by rubbing with soap and I covering with water to which lailf a cup of kerosere fins been added and i boiled This wvll row d roll ittag before I all ink stains disappear 4 Kerosene Is a valuable all la I the bathroom It removes all sputa j made by hard water from time bathtub and bowl it brightens ttie faucita removes I grease and stains from the kitchen sink better than seourlno or acids I 5 To drive away ants from time lawn Fill a machine oil can having a long spout with kerosene Into which has been stirred one tenepoorrfu of red pepperFlit ut tie nozzle as far as- it will reach into tins hole Ii 1a lute death to the pests 6 Before polishing bruise willii the I red pomade usually sold for tiat Inn Irons rub the surface thoroughly wllh a flannel clotft dipped in keoceae Then apply the pwnnrte with she same cloth 7 Wood ashes and kerosene mIx- ed to a ptgJe will remove rust rlCJlll1 steel and iron if left on for a few hours Rut4y steal may be cleansed by a piste of eqml quarWiifc c whiting nnd brick dust mixed togot er wn koior ne 8 When dusting put H tibepoon ful of kerosent on the cloth It will absorb all dust give time woodwork and furniture a beautiful gloss and ail the aauno lime rumovo nil dInt and preserve the fine hard oil flntoi I 11taLli1tOOufusof soft Warm water to which hnn been added sufficient soap fo mnko it slight suds Ute A elope wrung out as dryas possible and rub the woodwork after wvijfh ute a toft lean cloth find rub dry The Mil wit bo removed from tho finest bard nlsftied wood and a clean lOIiSIclll surface will be tho result T he seal zany be omitted I have used this method for fifteen years wish very gratifying results 10 A few drops of kerosene on it cloth used for wiping windows will remove all dust nnd dirt 11 One teaspoonful keiosene tone quart of boiled starch and on teaspoonful of borax will prevent sticking to the iron and will give a i nice gloss to the ironed cothes I 92 Ink stains may be removed from the fingers by dipping them in kero none and rubbing with pumice SURE CURE For All Diseases o- fSTOMACH LIVER o KIDNEYS SICKNESS ON RAlLRftlD CAR How it Differs from Seasickness Traveling With Eyes I Closed f dligreettbJuraffection sometimes nkln o seasick insseveral particulars In seasickness It is rare to filth the affectedyIf children arc eeaVcte they arc very quickly over It anti running about wJ play as usual bu a baby will Eoinelme suffer from cur sickness In1ts baby carriage and ItM very old ore not 1m mune- T io symptoms of tho two disorders are very inucini alike says The Youths Con lXlulou They consi rtof ixKof quick v pulse clammy skin giddiness nausea and vomiting Women am more subject to car fcickness and ono strange feature of car sickness that bas been noted by physicians Is that it Is requeiUly tended down tlirougo ino women of a family from generation to generation If an individual is immune all through childhood find early life but develops car sickness os an adult the fault wlil probably be found ov rest with the eyes closed or better still too start with properly fitted glasses It is easily lo uiixlerttand why 4his equlllhrJuDJId should bo EO W4en tho eyes reed I best condlUoTs and when to this s rug gle Is added the vibration of the cars and the temptation of wateui passing scenery through tho window the struggle turns Into active revolt of the whole system against imposition The proof that cur sickness aril sea sickness aro not quite the same thing is found in the fact that a person may bo a good sailor and yet suffer dread fully with car sickness and vice versa while Its occurrence in babies would go to show that the scene Impressions that is lo say the Impressions gained by the car the eye or the nose are not at the root of this disorder becaus In every tiny babies the sense Impressions are undeveloped or at tie best very feebly developed As a further proof of this car sick tiers often comes on during sleep and when this occurs the eyes of course are riot tire cause In that particular casTle symptoms of car sickness maybe of a most appnlMng violence toe state of collapse being so extreme tha- death is often feared It Is comforUn to know that this tear is unfounded and that although people may be dreudfully ill they rarely If ever succumb OASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Fears the 71Signature of FridayLucky or Unlucky On Friday August 21 1492 Oividsto phor Columbus mil d on ibis great voyage of discovery On Friday October 12 1492 Lo first discovered kind OIL Friday January 4 1493 lie sailed on his return to Sjmln a etch if ho hud not reuohed in safety the triPlY result would never iiuvo Len known which cd to tho sejkiuuivt of this vast continent On Friday March IB 1493 ho arrived wt Paloshi tHfcty On Friday November 22 1903 to arriv ed jU Htejrtatiola on 4is errand voyage to America On Friday Juno13 1494 he though unknown io himself dig covered the continent of America It was on Friday thai H rry VIII of England gave to Joim Cabot his omn inEfctou which kd lo U discovery If Xorth America Tills Is the first American State paper in England On Friday Seitanbcr 7 1565 Melen ojdez founded St Augustine true town in the UniCd States by more than forty yenta On Friday November 10 1C20 teheaiuy flower with the Pilgrims made theI harbor of Proviucelown and on the same day they signed that august com pact the forerunner of oUr present Quick Reliefand Ctttre forH done BactUcbe DtzzIniM Indigestion Malaria u glorious COi16tllutioD On Friday De cember 22 1620 the Pilgrims made 6h s final Hiding at Plyinotb Rock On Friday February 22 George Washing ton the father of American freedom DUIlkcklH11IJIS wes poweranti influence in inducing Fnl1cq to declare for ouT cauii Fri day October t tnt tu Mirreader of YorWoy tt i cK vntTi8 glory of tbt Ahiccloan inns occurred 6s PrMaj July f 1776 the motion In Congress Wb anode by Join Adams seconded by Richard Henry Leo that the Unit ed Stales cokmtee were and of right ongit to bd i ve and lad pendont The Peruna Almanac The druggists IWtVo already been lamp plied wits tJe 4eruna almanac for 1909 In addition to tbe regular astro nomlcnl matter urualy furnished In almanacs the articles on astrology are very attractive to most people The mental cho rat Terj Jc of each sign are game with ffiljfcful accuracy A lift of lucky and unlucky days will be furnlijihcd to toso who have our alnanure free of c aige Address TSio Perura Co Columbus 0 Watched Fifteen Years For fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklens Arnica Salve and It has never failed to cure any sore boll ulcer or burn o wiiich it was applied It has saved us many a doctor bill says A F East Wilton Maine 25c at all drugJ gists m- THE VERY BEST IGl 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 place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to 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side public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KYrWill practice In the State and Federal pensionsEtcAlso Notary Public for Ohio county Office over Williams Drug Store MLHEAVItlN EUNRST WOODWAIlt HEAVRIN WOODWARD 1 iUom O a cV e LaU tHARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio county tuA Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Of fice next door to Bank of Hartford J YANCYLMOSLEY 4 ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Bank W H BARNES 8 A ANDEW8O11 BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law fHARTFORD KY theyhavetice of Law in all courts State and Federal with offices south side of Main artfordKyI begivenW H BARNES I S A ANDERSON U I and TRADEMARKS promptly obtained In t a PATENTS stowerpenegandon end model pboto or otetch for FREE spore BURRPASSING00 Iroftlabl laou writ to seer 603505 StreetWASHINGTON no roo KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNow IJ seieANDfrN OUARANTXED SATISPACTOOD MONEY ED I tiendmo marls IIOP1rIPIaNooIN ALL Wae4bitoarrrflierMoo rutleiwtttorooeWau y- It eWl jy tala ayt h6seWA INSTdNeDC 111TsQUEEREST fARM INr WORLD A IJotWater blanket Garden Cultivated Near Arctic Clcle r lTheTem eratm atthis Place i ever 65 Degrees Below Zero tt WIroit fS Imal1Jfhe moot romarkab- farm In tiro worM Is ocatoolnMasko- on a small tributary of tboTamn ar River only 125 mdkvs south Qf tbo Ar tie Circle It Is owned and 1U1moged by J 1 Karshner- Carshner a few years fig was Jgaged In hunting gold whtIl Ibe mme acrosseorneVhingwIfch astonished him very muck It wus a Hltle stream of hot water He traced th0 stream to a sprlng which was UkowJse hot and It present lybccame obvious that quite 0 con slderablo area was underlaid by such springs wasId a mine Karrbner gave up prospecttln and obtained a quantlty of vegetabl seeds of various kinds Thq Wntperature in that regIon sou times falls to G5 degree below zero In wInter but u natural system of hotwater teatfng free of coM WI8 Just tae thIng for truck gardening near tho Arctic ClrcoO where tJO n toes has a market vue of 25 enlts a pound and other vegetables brIng prloea In proportion Tile Karllner farm occupies a flat area with a convenient slan1 toward tho south Hot water cozlng out amallstreamLncor y The warm sprieg extends over a dl tance pf about a mllp and as thel owner says tho heat In the ground has w the felt to be bejoved He adds I have never reen vegetable s grow Os they do here TJlo place ba- S S a climate of its own Often there I no frost when It Is freezing every where else The J1otwater farmer has seventy hens He liraS nh o SIx flro pIgs His crop of potatoes this year will o 100 to s fit 350 bushels to the act Tobacco ins made II great growUl Tomatoes ore a suCcess Squashes o- Ieveral kinds are grown some of theya weighing IlIB mUM as 53 pound s jtR er IS it apiece tor his musk nlehoiie which are rartculasly juicyi TMs lotwater market garde must be a wiuder in its way but It is doubtful s hct her i- oWI deserves IB much crOOlt a as belongs to Jtand D Howurd United Staten oommltbloner at Cod foot Alaska six miles north of tie Arctic CIrcle who in the rasing of IftW tatoes and other vegetables for rnarke gets over tb9 dJUituHy of climate by starting them In Un cars La the house When the weather becomes warn enough ho transplants thorn to Ue open t Mr lowards market garden Is the most sucoossful to be found anywhere north of the Artie CIrcle Ho pro ect hIs young cabbages from frost on cold h nightS by covering them with beer bot Jif ties the bottows and necks of wide h have been knocked oft In these lackots as he culls them they fJOurJll1 and by Juno 10 when they l1avo grown Bufflclmty tO fill the filet too ir tie they are untrovered In the lrot week of September they are lhaTveS- tl ed 1 Mr Howard grown potatoes and caler iBUooossfully HIs lettuce produces an abndant crop Of alge and exceed Ingly fin heads icnder and sweet Last year lie sent to the agricultural Mstation ft Slika by registered mall a surprisingly early date a ox containing a cucumber ti frta1k Of rhubarb two potaccs and a carrot The were to show what lie could do In the truck gardening lIne Acoom panying them Was a letter which mid apolopeUcallyflean not send by mall an Spound head of cabbage or 16pound turnip It will thus be seen that the buelnes- of market gardening In Alaska though conducted under dlfficulrlea Is not un nucec r4ul BoIlV of the finest vegeta houseIs over aid for the purpcee a OJ c 4r so of earth In Central Florida pineapples tiro largely grown noWadays undeT rtedss10 r lattlo These ISheds elevated on pos- tatalegbt s e Of about 7teet lrom the inaianoescoverf11 much as ten acres of land Their f Tlaafa object is to protect tine growing tfruft against root though it is J claimed that Tlheapplea raIsed under I th0ln are more dellrolo do texture nd of superior flavor JJ In IiawaU there s a mountnfn over 14OOQ feet high along whoso BIllA there gathers eyoryulorning a Iud C tiJTMe bank reD1lI l late In the In afternoon and pitods atihade wAirh- n to I f C bas been made tL3 Qr In tM groVOg of tobacco The same Idea ties boon utilizccl In this country and in Porto 1ticro bun dreds Of acres of tobacco being grown under cheesecloth stretcs5ed ovorfram supported by poles In market gardens pear Donton cost ons are grown In slings ncur Boston on9 are grown in slings too rtlftt the will rjpen evenly Muskmelkna are grown on arbors eaoh fruit boing sup- S Ported by a piece of board pion a toot square on which It id turned every day or two Stravyberries a grown In pots in green i ouEes clusters of fruit being supPOrted by wires so that they shaH riot touch the earthSuburbhtz Life RecordaA pig of ron d1m1ble size and goo weigut can run 2212 miles an hour on heavy road and keep his feet but to CtlJllIJI turn a corner wkho titof banks at thst speed havg no dlC ferenJaJ Tila tUB boon established dstlnctly by the use of I Warner auto mwler on II Jackson car I Dr C G Peiacivai and E P Dltlkc of Donton woO drove uJRckeon car treat Jackson Midi to Bangor Maine recenty condo u record or dho speed of too pig for II dlstluuo of nbou- half u mile The instanoe happened atlho loadstdeand the p4g was laying directly iu the rut The mr approach ed at n speed of slightly over 22 anltes an hour wltiou noidng the pig Suddenly there arose ficom the mud ill front a black object wufch started from u standstill and carried the race for about coif n Init firefly turning In fit the grits of It ffMllLOU- EtTta porker fell fiS 1c turned to she P corner staking several boout1ul soma snulta and then ilglled out for UO barn Tle ncidtnt was very amusing and at Ue atimetimo latervtting as the hog was forced to Snblteh n filand ngftrt record waft the car Col- C loug n very lore second iNDIGESTION IS ENDED FOREVER All Stomach Misery VanishesI Five Minutes Eat Your Favorite Foods Without OthereStomach Distress RVUy + not start nowtoday and for over rid yourself o0 Stomaoa trouble and IndgeSljoD A dlerd stomach gets the blues and grumbles Give It II good eat then take Papwa Dfapeps5 to start the digestive juices work- Ing There will too no dyspepsia o- rblcMng of Gas Or eructations of undi- gestetl cud no feeling 4ken lump Or lead In Uhe stomach or heartburn sick foodPowm not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors Popes DinpepsJn costs only 50 collie for a large case at any drug stoic here and will relieve the most obstln ate roSfs of Indigestion rend U11Dlwt Stomach in fIve minutes There is nomudng clan btterto radios Cps from Stronooh mad cleanse the stomach and lmtaalines and besltloa one trlangule win digest and prepare for nssmllatJon Into the blood al your food the coma U8 a sound ncal aY stoma h would do It WSon Dopcpsln works your ntom ooh roltSgC18 JUjclf In order tarps upand thou you fool Ike eating when you toms to the mbe and watttVtyou cat will do you good Absoluie relIc rom nil Stomach MIsery Is w3Atng far you as ooon ua you decide to begin tatting Dlapopasln Tell your druggist that you want Pa pos Dtapemsin booauE you want to he thoroughly cured of Indigestion Poor ComfortIApropos of the rpretensfoirs of those who mIght be counted as In socIe- ty Mrs Dloomfld Moore ion here book on Sensible l1quotlte Net s lino followIng story A enobbiah young ruin and Ibis sister after their return mle from nn- I even ng iurty were crtclsillg the company quite unaware that their eeanslble old uncle was lying avfnka do his ohamher and coua1 dhestr every word from plume they stool in the corrIdor Why even Ube GnindorsFw m there and you know tibcir father was n grocer I was never In snob R mix d company raid the s tel And wo wll never be again if I can help 11 answered the brother mhe unole called out CMIdJcn what do you tlbbl your gmndtlallha was Ht w liS a bootunker and socst9 people say noE u very hottest oncedtk er Now go to beef= t Nqtice 33y Order of the Ohio County Fkcsl- ount garUes owing subscriptions on Hartford Owensbproptlcoare d to on John T Moore at 0110entity and sxlttlo earnsattheir earliest convenlenca a y Yrt Q4 REFUSED TQ 60 ON THE PAY ROLL President Cantrill of the Society Oaf Equity Wants No Money For Service To the Editor of the CourierJournal 1110ocan Society ot Equity do the panJ I ask SIX1OO for the following Mate ment In tine lo110rt in todays feuD of the prueccdings of our State Convention just closed at rndlsonlIlc It Is tttxl d tat Iwas voted a stktry- of 1000 per year ns preside or ti0 Sato Union at the AmerJcall lccty Equiy This is true but t o report fells to state that I made aa1a5c- ment tu the convention refusing to accept the salary or any COIl111lIFUlton In any why evesf for actual tnwel tag expenses for t rtO wfIcs than- I had rendered for the past year and at the same time declaring tiut I anytI apprxciate very muC tho spilt and senlment athioh prompted the con vlrdln to vote me thIs salary but It asa adopted over my protect by the delegatca lvhot I with Uc members of tho American Socloty of Equity of Kentucky to know Is ttis Irave never drawn L dorgle cent fom tetreasury of the Anrerioaat Society uC Equity In the part although under the olll bylaws I nws entitd do 3 rcr day osid expenses PAn vt work and that In to future I dQ toot intcnd to draw tho salary of 1000 per year Hand expenses I1S us adopted by our oon- vtfliJon wf rJat JITao priroiples ciety of Equity fl111001od to me as n lstmer so stroDSI that I rave cieer- ful y given and will continuo to glye my Imo to M1nu1o tJtJlJIe prfnelplt3 1 do rot oetwte to tllIcJrroe to to Pimple or ICtmtuclcy UWlit hAgrC vletories tit have been won bynu fanners of jSKl11ucky In We role of tilolr t IJlticCI S tine adnest oltiiroly to the ttobIings of the American SooJety of Equity rod to the orgnuizatluns of the Beano roclety are n dJroot reuslt of- tbo o tsehtngs The Mnerfatn SUciaty of Equity is an educational orgnnizattfon L i8- COl11lnl ed of prfcinct county Swte and nnlionRl unions whore eats mm her uwevor humble be may be ras a voice In Hs nCQIr8 Tile tIferer1t tobacco fsocntJons In Kentucky are but the ohiJodren or the Amerkan Satiety of Equi y 1e grtve quesJon before the lutattera of Kentucky todty de- Qm toe ehlldrandto different tobacd- uassocintonssurvive and prosper riIh out tdo parentthe AmerIcan Society of Equity The AmerlcnnSocietyof Equity prt13 for its literature and educational work from the small dues collected rom Its mem1Jors ThCr rmll 1s nut sum clent to carry on tim work IJS it should he done Tho American Solely ot Equity has put hundreds of thou Cnds of doJaJs Into the treasuries of 4he different tobacco ail oclatJons of Kentucky Will these nssovl0tions ho grateful enough to contribute o the success of the American Society Of Equity lit the future or hat We to allowed to struggle on nght1tlg their barJo and Ours unaided Today In Kentucky there is a anutti- pJcity of tobacco nssoclauMona TJea3- asaociaUous in tome sections compote wl a each u 1cr I1ie danger to tlto- ftracer is liS great with too many organizations as It was without any organization Yet It Is proposed to found still another organization It is fur fminl me to utter a word that would tinder tiny work to Organize the farmen but I trust I will be pardoned if I auggett that tilo Arnead Society of Equity Is the logIcal home and center for the union of all tile difffferenb associations Let tto Anerdoan Soce1Y of Equity send Its organizers and workers and literature into the tjerrtory of each association and urge the farmers to pool their woooco with thctt lJollrUcutra- BSoOClation which rcceivea the Lena fits of tJhls work contribute lbcanly to the supiwrt and matrdonanro of he American Society of Equity Tie Society of Equity prefers to remain Tan eduootlolJalorganlzation lath than Ito lissome a 11nPrrai orgrtnt- zatfan but jt deep insist that tJjlO varIous bmnches which Ihalldle the nctunl business and reap large mmne- Utry proms adouU generously con Tdbu1c toi the support M core Prttvrt stout flue SoeIety ot Equity ndvocetes co tipernrhe lU1lDlng nnll farm products and with State orgstralzutions already established In eliwOllSlatE of his Union tt can bring support 4rom- t1ousands of fatoneJsth9t no singe tobacco association Ntn ooatunpnd The Sooetyof EquNry therefore ag the nstaral Ltxene for all t our lolwtao- asaoclattons Taw Artaorlarn Socloty o domesctatiaotboth e1 It bins at thi o farm J J J t r d and buClds up to tue unCoDal organs zwtion and every more and cep is re ported back from tie notional bend t0 the indlvldunr funner It Js aiiniaintiuinedslonofeach member i trust tie mawspapors prlmed tlifn lobaao cs untcs or iftheyy deem this orUclo wort y reProductIon n131 lay It before their renders The purpose is to strengthe every tobacco organdzrion and also add rng1to tic Society Of Equity Wo want Imrrmony not dlstrosrd w demand psetou and orderr and not an flrehy in two old Kennwky harm w- desire united rollers of CiClJl Pro duels to mitt united buyers Time yacey of Equity kIr nitAL townrd coo e but fats Dvo for s li I tpnnk yvu Mr Editor for yrnr lulu abe siece I lJtvelc oho mlJlnoor 0- tote r 1tnoerCdn Society of Equtty of Ken otucky for r atdr 3adgties t n tmcae wCI they have tmnnllinousiy best wt+t 11- on me jCIIJ steond crime r+ d I ledge- atgatn my best efforts for their success The ineanbeilmlp oftne soc1ety Is dte- peer of eny clnas of dtfzeaslby to Kentucky anti to ho Ir1r rigt rG c1fI cer I consider a great borer to mess urn up to my respnmr4billty will be n alnbl Jon Vary sjHcert J J CAMPI3EIL CplTIIILia- Lrealdent State Unon or Amortan Society or Equity For Sale TwO good yoke cattle rod log wag on Appy too JIMWYSONGSunnytlalo Ky Detecting Counterfeit Notes Inotder4a dy it Is rnteres inglo note that the skill which enables one Ito de- lect a cuuutorfettl comes not from a study of counterfeits but from f1 thorough and unconscious Mm11arlty- adbh tile gu nine If a nmu wore poiot ed out to you and you were told that some day another who muohresrntble him wood Iry Vl impose upon you- you would Lo plushy apt to Ix JIs features in your mind you would not spend any time looking at oilcr pee vie who looked something llko him would rots And t4e moment bi tin- roLtor app w d y1G1l woulul noO iJ apt in this tJJfit or We other particular he failed to meet the tletails of tc O e mans face lmtl figure Just sn It t In the detectlcn of oountetfets A 101- ful teller in a bank counting moasey rapidly will involun4arly throw out a note which on time slightest degree lIa1IitJlnInearly always prove to hnve been jusI tied for idle bill in nineteen case out oC 4wenty will prove to be It coon terfet It Js because of this fact mint N hen a request is received front came ore to roan hltn n collection of counterfeits for tlho IIltruMlon of hIs oshIIOls be is ndvlled to have the youtlg Inca study thO genuine careful Y rind uero will bo TlO trouble in dtlwct Ing tae bad motesNational 1fngdzlre for January Reciprocity by Another Name Tie New Yprk Tribune rays Tito DlngPy law of 1897 pauvlded for IL ilmtt tort of retdpmctty obtnlnabl without rpcdal treaty antI nutlJorl zed cae onegowltloll or special comnet- neronl trtsttlea But the negoVi lion Of susdt treaties was coon abandoned since Congress meld that sepaute corn sneeial 1rents niate mutiny naton- CC1I made a different basis would lend UnevJtabiy to inequalities and dJs crlmillaUons und enooumge Il condlU al struggle for special favors and lId 111uxI1mumIUUnited Startles In n position to drolI npartally and cqualy with pen counI tlles RJl11IJg to us fOr commercIal favors It would do aWRY wklt tile necessity Qf special negotiations and the ratification Of one treaty on one basis and another treaty on another Tae Tribune is mistake A max mum and minimum Tariff is only reef prooty iy smother name It would not In the least do away wltllI sepetntto OD11l1lronl ugreements asI we would have one Tariff ogremeat with one country and another agree mont with another country each mad on a different basis In what respect would this eodiJon differ from roclproolty condronos Tutl country will b rt ire tin L position to decal impartially and equaby with all oouu trIes by adhering ttnCllly do our present policy M air treatment for all and special favors for noun= Bul ASSOIJaltlon Looking Backward at Life I The perspective of me some strange i tranfornatlons In values It reveals I are fadIIdencdwIth tears ere only trifles cumuutdng into overwhelming mrotoncc A cruel word nn unkindmelsa little misundor- standJng may darken n day and separate us tram one we love or miry petrify us lit to a mood of doubt und despair The mostjoyous mornentS ofllf the highlights n the pictures of memory nmy b- elo trifles of kindaese lino f d1 H+++ + + f+ ffftff llTHE KENTUCKYr f oM1INCORPORATED lIY nOSY ii t CLEANI 1 i I REACHiI E G BARRASS Manager i Ma 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some of them cry rare one the only picture of its kind hr existence There are nine other maps of great value among them a map of the United States the Pldllppinea Uawall Porto RIco and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the The Atlas shows portraits of aU the Prealdent the Ruler of aU Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags d year11saends Area and Population U S Senators Chief Justices Speakers 0 Ben lucky house and Railroad Commissioners JJIlrlct Dcm ocrnllc meal Republican State Central Committees and Stale Executive Committees Senatorial IJlstricts Countlesof Kentucky when made and pOfulallollSlallsllcs Lake Ua allan Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philip pines Area and Population of Stales and Coun tries The States and those admitted The Evening Post Kentucky Governor Wall Chart given FREE to those who subscribe for the 1vening Post for One Year at y Ida or for onlyforthoseARent1t amt full description of pettheTHE EVENING POST Loulsvllle Ky i SPECIAL PRICEA PAPERANDTho Republican 1 yearPost G months including Atlas2GO The Republican 1 year Post 1 year including Atlas 350 Address aU orders for both papers to THE REPUBLICAN Hartford Ky- If the Post only is wanted address The Post Louisville Ky expressions of love slml1le tribute of confidence and trust that make tJIC very heart smile as we renlanber Nature Is constantly givIng us tJhcsc 1en true perspective A supreme sorrow ugonlzia sense of loss too lllgh tide of failure that carries our dea- eat rf hopes out to sea a long period illness and suffering I storm of disaster when too hll of our work of years MiiksIna momant In a dark nigh of despair loath of one who to dearest and nrarert may provea turn In he road Then may como ono of the so rare moments of life or tine spiritual IUscorment ot luminous levelrttJon of coming to ones highest self when tho rorold the wean the tempo rare the selnah are stripped In an- nstant of their garlllh shams and tinsel Then ith3 meal the true te eternal stand out tin rmhetrnraj- osty lxebted In the spleldo- 1anti r glow Or the rrversling troJh In such n spirit the v tingle of the Inspiration of the Intl- InitO ills us we seem horn again n better and greater things fo two have soon the vJsio1rllt the turn of the madTbe Circle Magazine for January t yw + A Reliable Remedy FO- RCATARRH ElysCream Balm 1 If quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes keels and Protects It dtaense mem Iv resulting from Catarrh and drives aCold iu tllehead quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full sizo LiquidOreamEly Brothers GO Warren Street New York SEEDSFresh Reliable Pure jEveryPlanteuhouldtell Superior merluof Our Northern Grown Seeds SPECiaL OFFER FOR 10 CENTS 0tiawill send pOltpald our COLLECTIONCry1tl LNnRadlt ra t 1 auu f 1It0rLb 11 fu1Np ons rYr es 0 wdN Waf oDd 10 ealeke ruts e SW and- i peksaf slid ta1r the abonTana Collrtlosb COI a- J eat s r- Y v y SATURDAY A GREAT DAY FOR EQUITY Continued from First Page lead them to market iatollJgently ac IbrotlerI ten dollars per yenr into an educa tional society taut will loud us TO atop the Insane policy heretofore lot I lowed by which we have piled up mil lions and billions in the haiul of n fqw designing man Will it flotimy usla put n fow doJnrs tv ch year I Into nu organization and quit tinb up millions in ttetiands of tho trust It has come to be wVWi the iiwir Itot so fully controlKxd by JIll faw dos igning speculators and trusts Wiatwe larger our crops are tIll kes money you got Tie more bustle 8 you iaisr the loss dollars you gut The gmln I non of tiro Untiid States in 1900 pro duced ono hundred and twenty 1I1DI1onj bushels moro gnJu than they 1905 But told it for forty million dollars less It ds certainly ovhJOI1tl to every intelligent man that diurej must be something wrong with our market or wttai the way we niarget iTon a big croi having one hundred and twenty million bushels moro fchan the previous crop actually tells for forty million doJlflw aose Suppose I that the International Harvesting Com pang found ttat 14 wan lItwlllr true that ovcry lime they sold ton thousand mowers tiioy were put on the 181cJodwhen they told ash tmousnnd bOY would wonder wtUn vans liie master wIth tholr way of dohig burincwe Ttoey woud find the remedy and barn apply tIMet roniedy In other lOrdS they would change their way of dong business und too American Soclqly of Equity wlil now sup ail it leads tile farmers of tens country to adopt the same OOolXroJye bustnoss methods whIch Hie consldeied just and righteous und wise in Une bus iness wrord- Another obstfoJo In ithqjwiiy of the farmers prosperity is tho uncertainty of the price I mtan talC fluctuation of the vnlue of every thing the fur mer has to selh This is not true to any extent of the manufacturers pricesI tbo mine operations prices business mans prices in general from tbe fact that they lu ve long ago sub compeItlOllgrowers organized there was only one thing you wedo euro of when you planted your crop und liUat was that I if you Euccccdtid In the production of a good crop your price would be low and unjust when the cotton anen planted their crop in tine spring of 1904 cotton was up lo sixteen teats per pound but wJjen tVit crop was ready to ball and toll Jn November the price was down ito six cents per pound a fall of ten vents on every K utrd Fifty dollars on every ball from the time the farmers planted it until they were iwdy to marked 11o good ectd wueskt in Illinois JnsowedI worth ono dollar mod twenty Ct St Louis whim we sowed it but whon we wore ready to thresh and mar kot te crop it WH down to seventy conts uV fnIl of fifty coiite per bu shel between se xHTg unto and thresh Ing time 1Wrr ATO put up our bogs in S9dernber 1907 naey wire Hix dol lust and fifty terrU leer hundred In St W1i6 but wiiMi rNu Luiof our hop of UliiwiJi wtr j ready for aw liet in Dec mJc end Jumiwy f e irrtco wets dropi d two dollars mid f t ty cants i or flumtiWi Now gentruee i how loug would you nMauufciuuT do i bUbhteM If ie laid tits uiumtilotyof puSce ooiitlmioHy roam inro aiii bush ran Suploie ire tra It niruarc lurur who stn iWiuiiu4iu t uuor rand Mil It ut sixty doltara s n good jirollt DtiingUo I1ll1i1lleI 9t rs up ibis grwcv fncu y hUijule the m V kuuut r but sup oi Hi io runs ia pvt fUolury isini he did taut know but wttC Ja in Ice j wouhl como down from ixty doliter to t drty dolhi I contend that could not uxisa as a business witty this uuotittility at pnioe tmuiiilly HarluK him la rw tacI PalllJltS low kale Ue ma ulhlJtllllI rtonovod tads RTKX eunsiii HBP8 nand tfrwantKifl dimMice Jjil nf bitBlnc B You know It is by ollmlnat I tog aU couij ilhM by intelligently coiiUag togolhur iayiiig arable nil mtno I dlffsrunoes in other words eubBjlvuiuiig fnr eraml 00oiKrruiioi her deadly eoniI pK lon Whit we need ten fHrann is n Nt Mon il Union of rte fantiei ia- wisioh we lojiaiWy wuifow our loom County Sttie and National Oga 5za- tioiui Atd let one say iio you dhud tho Ufo of thlH g uat nwvojnent on waioU delocrda our economic freedom rests first of nil Ulon two Jfo of tbo local union wKihoul n live local there is no foundation rind no support for either a County Sato or Natlan9l Union I am working ifor tli I union of seven great cnaaes under one national bead The cotton anon to bacco men grain men stock daJry men fruit and produce inou ands- ourLomo business men A grand or r iiz ganlzatlon which will bring mllUopB of dollars produced by our fanners Into tile Country to build up better bomOSt better road sctiooie churches and tome tOwns I nm glad to UtY- to you today twt tile riatisoaJ bead of the American Society of Equity Is now I a better fc upe ban over to regain tied o U the conKdwice of every member Wo are now upeo ploe society iu which tho majority rule Your otfkors no longer seek to bo your masters but your eemanle The Equity Farm Journal is IKJW own ed edited und puWlsJwd from aid by tio Nit ioanl Union It will come re gutarly to every member twice H month during tie ycor 1909 What will tills jwdonui unlou do for 61w tobacco gmww It wiM unite ftlioao tobacco man of tMs stele and oval ohuraio 3n cur courtly snot ittUl- OU to elliminalo all competition us sellers Your weakness before organi zation was tile fact that each Indivldua farmer was compolkd o fight hl battle single Landed with the tobacco trust but I iind in your state that tl1erco is still competition boween tfcc different districts who nro still com peting in the markets all 1 am toVl that you are 1Song more than n dollar a hundred by tills competition Now brother farmers If you will unite jin Uie A S of Ea grand orgawlza lion well btnrted In twenty el tee wltfn ja good NortomU and Sato headquarters rool your tobacco ttarougl your local union put somo money In your county treasuxyand t luto trpas jury we wJH carry on n continual caniiwlgi ot orgvmlTatiion and oduca iiontlMttwil cl1mloow nil coinjiotkloi 11 1IIt n solid front ito tto enemy ami elv you the synn wy suppon jacd cvoperrtr lon of i1 other far imors In your bttle win 1te tol40i- trusts TJo A S of E lonlzes tlit importance of not only poo2ng tobac oo but ot organization and wduoVlorj which leads every fiamiier of Iris own free will WWtout rniy coercive force whatever to coopeitvlo Instead of com peWng wltii his brother farmers huh 11 igimt eduiatlonel force found only 3r the A S of EwiM prevent Night- Riders and nil lawlessness und bring to tree tobacco growers a ixjcmunent victory over taeu enemies Tie A S of E its an organization Buts no sym pathy wwtever with the the night rider would aooonv pfcsu results We have a miuoli better way und n way which will secure more permanent resuVus We go Into a county with our best men of ciiraoter nnd Intelligence tn gather Uie farmers together shoe them nlelllgently the situation aS lit Is and Vho remedy and them flf ttelr own free wilt to unite on our propoarJon and we appeal to every tobacco nitecr to Join with u In this great work of organization and education ILc ono soy In conclusion that 1 never wont out lo pleat a cause 11 oonHldeit more Just and more Ill eous thou tLe one I am pleading diy We fire king that the wealth of Ms the loiet nation In the world Bhal be fairly distributed among the people who work for H Instead of boring oenitenert in the Jiands of a few mlllionilres who so1mo for i whenever your Jrftticla condHiloiis any country are tunh trot you om tw millJons of dollars ill ibhetinnde of a few mAn you endanger tie llber kjae of Dae people You give these tco lower tNiougu the cmnbinau ion thor ntlHloiis iO oppress tire people and 1nUCor greed tIt never M use that lower I kin not 4rere in condemn rich men by the wholesale I do not believe In awry fwii dootrjiw am nil hero oar antagonize One olRss jagainHt KitoU oi I itin glad ibivnt Vie mission of the Amoplciui Sock j of Equity te I tIe and good will between the fnrmere and their ftome basins men Hut wtI tie If dose of woatohy men in Wte coiiiry mto an crazy do boom inUltonntK9 nut when hey get one inllllon they do riot wnnt two they won ten tujd itgnlii t thegrwl and this CIWM of tfcbfe fin men anunl he mllJior of ice rid nil who cllJllOOtlUlilOi 11m for prral tvlty unite The rJrcile Ulan irtlioh Ho A S ot E nets In tilllal Iigfts to r ll und gmudI l self Wilt Lore In frro AniPii wtind livI be fully carried unit In tie JntoreB of nil toe l ople trough organization edurutlon BIU ooopwatlon For Sale Several hundred acres of good farm lug landsknown as the J P Collins farm distance about two miles from Hartford on tho Hartford and Beaver Dam pike Also residence property In Hart ford twostory dwelling c and n halfacre lotfrontnlg tile new M H E depot site For prices and term apply to W H or D D ColllnsHart ford ICy 22tf Notice- I will handle at my place at Cen tertown Ky during the season of 1909 the famous Silver Cross Stall ion known as the S D Myers horse Your patronage solicited P M ALLEN 22U Contqrtowb Ky LnjJu 1 COSTS ONE CENT TO fil KILL A ABROTJIER Fattie of the Accused one of the Best Known Citizens of Mc Lean County Captain W T Ells returned from Bowling Green on Saturday morning where ho defended Arthur Stroud noon of Harvey Shroud charged wKlh killing Earl Stroud his brother atoul n year ago at tits place Irfco de SlnllrJ31tdiet fining the defendant one cent and costs the charge being reduced to Involuntary manslnugttw Thoe boy I was indicted by ttlo grand juryformrus- laughter Ii ohCilltoof tho boot known citizens of IcLetin county and a largo real estate wn- Cr He removed to Bowling Green with his family durng the wheal term to give his boys advanwge of tho schools The two boys took a wag Greenlboat were have been drinking and engaged in an argument which resulted in Anyun sticking a knife in Earls back wiled caused his death a few hours later No clear statement was ever given 11of the killing Owensboro Messenger i I Frenzied Financiering Columbus Washington Johnson Smith latsdo price er dem watermelons I Mr Jackson j Mr Jackson cunningly Ten cents erpleco and I picks em 20 cents er piece and you picks em Mr Smlf Mr Smith All right Mr Jackson 1 guesses Ill take cm nil and you pickn eta ef you lrlcaselPuck- Had Ita Limitations A Scottish farmer was proudly show lag a visitor an antique clock which recently come into his possession Ihad that a gran clock ho said bocht It at an auction sale In the- Y toon the itbcr day an got a tale bar gainYes but docs it keep good time nsketlI no good enough to catch a train or that sort o thing but good enough to get up to yet breakfa- stIi iA Budding Philologis- ti Bobble aged five saw a cow grazing I In his mothers flower garden and shouted Scats Scatl sThe cow didnt seem to bo mucH 10 timldatcd and calmly ate on Three I yearold Mary dancing with excitement exclaimed Tell him to scowI Wobble tell him to scowDellno ator He Understood Hewitt Do you understand where that fellow stood tbo one nvho was just talking to us Jewctt Sure bo was standing on my feet most of tho i tlmgNew York Press I We are natural believers Truth or Ill i the connection between causo and of QCt alone interests us Emerson 4 Sunday School Work IFordsvll13 Baptist averbiged abut 170 each Sunday of 1908 1Oua church In the county His met every Sunday for We lust 20 years for Bible study They ure no htJ16- I The Hartford MdJtadlstj lat 140- I in attendance last Sunday LocO but for tot now building which will bei arranasidi for tdichlnB as well ns preachingTwo iI were organized In December and two mojx 1 baive been pp ganlzed this ycUr so far Others need to be Twelve schiiis In addition to these I npently organised are going right lOrooig the winter that nffver tried to d s before I State Convention oK Owensboro The flap Jst scheol at Hartfcrd rials eU 110 last Sunday fell their native of missionary Young Lap Inl China This is tie second year ttte schocll bus suppprled him Twontyfhccburol1 In tile coon oty lave no sclkol this winter What a ahame that Ity people should per lab wlthbut Christ AViCBe fault Over 8000 children in our county from 6 to 20 years of oge The 89 attendamce s1iinild diaubje ttilg uiuni Get X ed For Sale I11onSunnydale Kyt Prof Whittinghill Resigns Teach er High School Professor It T WhittlngMll miio for the put three years has bee teacher of mathematics at the dtlgohd school JiltS tendered his realgcwtlon to tho school board whloh has bola aoceptodand ho vAA leave Satundey for Ashland Ky where to will ac copt a position no principal of the city high school Professor v lU n6hHl Is a natlve o i t 15 = n n n 01 =r t JU 1 January Cash III I i Beginning WEDNESDAY JAN 13th and continuing TWO WEEKS WE are going to have a REAL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Everybody in reach of us has visited us at some time during these sales and 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 some lines we are overstocked and our customers know it is not our policy to carry over any old stock The time has now come for us to sell these goods all ofA i which are good seasonable Merchandise something you need and something you will buy before the season closes Then the wise thing foe you to do is to visit us during this sale and buy what you will buy before the season closes at great ly reduced prices The following prices will appeal to your good judgment and bring you into our store during this SALE 1 WSli1ts to bo closed at Seven Skirts regular price 84 to SO close198S- ix Skirts regular price 86 in Black Blue and Brown Panama now styles to close at 419 Ono Black Voilo Skirt size 25x41regular I price 811 closo at 849 Four Panama Skirts in Blue and Brown I regular price 4close nt 298 Four Panama Skirts in Black and Blue reg ular price 88 close at 548 11 Ginghams Wo have run assortment of Ginghams real lOc values which will be sold during this sale at tho ex tremo low price of 5c per yard Some other lOc values better patterns at 7 Jc Cloaks Never beforo at this season of tho year havo we had so many Cloaks and so you can get hero just what you want at prices that will certainly 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 33J per centAll Furs at exactly half price Clothing m We have had our usual share of Clothing busi to in to of to at to 1 is to eee II f Ohio Ho was the state at and for two years at ago the Ito n at the and has ono of both the and He Is a and and it Is that Ute Wa A be by the this r We have about 70 acres of farm and half from on the M H di E R R and Nice young and of water 75 acres on of the I O R R f land r J 11 I ness but will have left to you you aro for line and what they ed when of us these sales You can save just as much this week as you over t j 150 nnd Suits to bo sold at r 250 pai can buy at these jl t A few left tho Hats + are in every and will be t half price until the co out I j Some lines are you can the of some rare ues from a clean All 50c 100 had buy at these we have lots of winter yet 1 of in tho at the low of All this and a as of and tho solid as well I We our and and wish you and As our and as new are our list we try to serve the and so this sale you get the the very best we had season to see us this sale We be you and you will be the you had i I be sold Sale which this does not your and and that Our Sale the one that saves you the most money We 1- I hilt It II r county graduated from university Lexington taught Clarks- ville Tenn Three years copied poUott Owensboro nigh school been the most popular with pupils citizens splendid scholar instructor with regret school board accepts succososr will elect board week Owenbboro Messenger good landon the Harts Ford roadone miles dIrect- ly Good out orchard abundant supply freestone at Station the branch growb4rolling Very fertile Twodne enough give vnluesWwhich looking Everybody everybody remembers buying during during liens Boys Youths onethird offlEverybody prices rn things in wayof Trimmed which correct particular soldat whole stock inpletelyIclosed practically unbroken nndthave benefit good stockant39cAl-l Underwear at75cYou better prices may Outing Every piece Outing house trpr- ice Tic season goods good sortment fancy patterns colors m thank many customers for their liberal support patronage during 1908 for during 1909 prosperity happiness business grows customers added long better people have arranged placing position benefit things have this Come during will glad have pleased prices which have access Many things will Week advertisement mention families friends convince yourselves Clearance will expect everybody sj TICHENOR11 ZMZpECemir Kenbuoky IIfIIJI teachers resignation atnmeottng ESTATE FOR SALE Sunnydale buildings Davidson Oweneboro did41t Clothing Millinery Underwear Underwear Bring Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek Dwelling story and half eight rooms new located South side Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable 4 New four room cottage In Thomas addition to Hartford near railroad Good stable garden and never failing well of soft water A 40 acre mot of bottom land one milo from Dundee All cleared except abut 10 acres and under fence V11lI grow from fdfty to sixty bushels of corn ir nero Four room cottage house wad one iiuf acre lot in Fordsvllle opposite col lege Terms easy CO nero trnct of hill land ono untie from Bceohi Valley Bchoolbouee on Hartford end HaweevHlo road All cleared except about 20T acres two dwellings barn nod othertnrtl bu1 lI- ngs A good tour foot vein of cowl which Is now In opperaUon House and lot ttho corner bfI Clay and Washington streets now owned by E Crabtree This la one of the tiniest locations to Hartford end the property la ra good repair House contain none rooms and there Its la I t i rimer fn1l1ng leg of soft water on n the lot rnJ st rorerty earn bo purchased at reesonablo figure Apply at onceis It will not be on the market i 12 acres on He Beaver Dam and j Cromwell public road 112 mile from J Beaver Dam In good state of cultiva tlonf good young orchard grapes straw j berries raspberles good 4 room coti j tage with vnranda good small burn other outbuildings consisting of 1 meatibouEc wen house coal house good j wen Located in good neighborhood it J 27 acres good farm hand on PrenWe 1 public road adjacent to Robert Blumv mer good old and young orchard i good tour room dwelling and good outbuildings 1 Two good wells Looat din good neighborhood close ito eohooL We dont own ibhe property Wef 1 pre only agente tor thus own and thebuyer 9ehtugo r wanttoyour Wants knownaBARNEITi 8dBM1THAgtstEfirttordKjr i 11J