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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 4 4 r r y + J i r- I i 1 + + d kr3 M w s v A 1 Y t f l 4 I y 13Jf L to fo 1 J I J 1 J Jtf tiH II t I fxfitIcpubIican 1 II J cII yde tt t J 1 f tt li 1 fI t 1 q t Fine J9QWdtJ DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALLTIIE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription I per Year DLLr HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY SKY FItIDAY FEBRUARY 5 1909 No 29 I I t watch These Columns February 19 for a Most asational Offer to the People of Ohio County e SAWBOOTH- t SNORT Li tO H- Dida4Oliver Gatchwho LiveS near Cincinnati I Says Booth Leaped FourteewFect To the Stage and Shouted The South is Avenged r o man Who sswAbraham Lfatooln fall tram the eQa wins shot tho following cx3W tof the tra lVeBl t Ho iOat0liver ChGaOdhe t ibis aavmttY + t1Id tear a rettreidfar- mer VboSe Memo to near Clnchmath- v Ho was rthe drat mOIl to enter An cons box rn Fbrds TJ1l9ter after folrn- Wilkeu lltobtIi badf1re the bl1Uetltlb- atJ stated the heart pf tiro great em001c p tor Umtil iuentJycapt Gatos Bras been raCCcemt upon thp subJeot Wlth even Pale closest Ibnkil4 J reds do dds cuss the great tryagedy RoooDtlytbow 1ever the Ras prevailod tlIK1p fix give an account of the shooting andbhe jh1 khfgIlriddellt he witnessed ore the fatal nJght trGatch andits br tberIr0- haile6 Gates now death left WaSh Inton during the excitement follow i Ing the assassinatiom Of Ltncutn wish I out going the names to the aut11m- itleSMdr+ It nevor occurred to rtlthat their testimony wus wanted It wasnt ttebes u1y aaya Capt Gakh- Ga cipt Gatch wale bu1dly m lB than a boy eu1 ted m the army and was captured bY the Confederate troops f fanld ianprIsomod un i1M4uC1r1864 when tqrirrldllfordnear Clnotmmti fNlImebe met c big brother Dr Oatcl 1dgethet they want tt Washirtgbora on official bust oms On Friday rlgblt April 141866 Good Flrldaythey went to Fords lheatar attracted thi1t by the on nounemoot that Prestlkmt Lincoln was to be a guest Our seats welrelnthe balcony and had we des1red we coin have toudr- od the Santry staUoaedat theenttv of the lynx to i4cooupled by the Pied dent Gatxh declares In tact we i were SO close to the Weeldente box that we could hear him chuckle aat tits jokes of the play but wecouldnt s 1e- htm I Duning an tntermfsslou lit w play whtoh was the oMer Soutbenn great sutcc The nerln CowiIn QLPrtyc Gatch and ails brother cramped mm- sittinginene postumMcwtohcd the a selves As they did eo they noUood a handsome young man watabing the sblow from a posltdon dgalnattrho wall t near Uncolns box It wan John Wiikce Booth v4 homurdered Lincohn- i I caw him edge toward the box swGatch says udWmly ilIo enbnredthe- passageway A few6eoorus bttuww heard a shot Blodlp n reign d In the 7 audlenca t A menMtiior nnthbonlv IJtnonlns guest it wasrushed front theIii sit dents box and s1iuted Got u gootpr- MtY lmotAulr a14he wns a physician- and the and I were wagged dnto the tde1ts box My prothor rmisJ- dLacolne ahead probe for the buhet and Clio index Unger Ill dais 1ettthamd- l cane in oemtact with a t this hack of bfr Lklrolnfs cuedwhen he wlthdreyr his hand tt wua llled with Abet Presidents wOdlch way ooctngou at the ghastly toils lOawd lmpher 6od tJloa in the box that the wound watt fate4 ml 1 t advised that the Prosld ibe tltoptop- r1vabe msiddno9 near the treater sand Illot tp the white House B1 yeas suggested A shutter was hastldy secured fLt g- st1ML her ad Copt Qe1clJ R M- sbrotor wig others raised titd Tie1 aadYcatadeaI of betdieates Ue sObb1 of tho geople said ire relginremt tioh wsa halstl3 nEd F were ti onq sound aoa tits street i1Itfnook wab tlsandeody seated rtna i14t- tie house across the tnit Ifiiomtibe- r thews and thegnet onoa of idle na iItiosi oe4led to iopk at i4aubo6wo 4 came Hfa wife lb wa tat hIe IdeI CaptGikhand hfa brottieri named rlnehu andvtii un coJti kited 1 r rrJ I I r H 4 I csaly the dbllowdng morning tbC as- tstalkrCMlVlngbtS body tp the fu nere car iohboneUawuy Ge lz ands his bnather thmetieWrned- to the theater and maasurcld tiro dis- tanoo Booth had leaped floss the PiLeldenta box to the stage It was fourteen feet iWe saw iiooth tall on thor age tbo puts on fits Pooob hhVingoaught in thrJto1l o2a Jung wbich was drop edabout tl Vrcridenta box Ho brand1 hx d a dagga r ehouting The South is avrongadi aPt Catch and his brother obtain ell the cuffs worm by Uncon bn the night the was shot but they arse- sttoxrniIftoen yearns ago Gatah wtirks- 6n hlsfarm ovary day and lives alone Mthhis wife 1 The events of that night are burned into my mindRte Maid TOBACCO CONSUMERS LOOK TO KENTUCKY World Depends on this State LargelyJfor Fra grant Weed 7obaooo consumers over Q great part of the world will continue W nook as htey have for some time ptlStto Kentucky and tho bordering Stator tar thJotr suplaly of the ftpgnarit acted ac carding to a bulletin issued by the Departmbnt of Agrlcu1tuOO on the ctu it- ttvatioa of tobaoco In Kentucky and- Dlnneseo Kentucky and ripe iprdo Ing St1tes annual y 376647000 grounds of oOO1n more than ontohaltof khoproduction of the United States and one slrtb ot he- entro worlds production l1hlslOO- baooo Ia ofa quality peculiarly con tinted on account pf soU and dtmatlc conditions to the area named We ihay expect tuiys the ve rt that a Grmt pant or the woa0d all contmue to look to this Western eec don for upplles for its consuurption The dark tobacco dlstdot including Kentucky part of Western Tennemee- a small area of Missouri Southera- IlUueis and tioubhsstestern Indiana produce n dark heavy type w htoh Is- pnincipaib exported to European countries L SURE TO BE SIX WEEKS MORE WINTR Sir Groundhog the Weather Prog nosticator Says That It Is Sure to Come According to that tllnre bononed- weathor prognoetieatnr Sit Ground- HOg there Is going to be six weeks j more of winter weather The sun- shone out brlgb wll day Tluesdby and ibis hogsWp could Dame out at Just any old time during the lily and see tls IJbaJdawIfurore I to the hour M makes his oppolll- aOe Dy some Jrtis Contended that lie games out lilt 6 awn tOOt if leI seas ids soodaW at any time dntng- ltJ day he Ouns back into Ohms IanI ter abode and there will bosh weeks- more of wmter Otlrera say that he IIIbOreturns to his ohllkrnatlng quarters to Waft itll the six weeks ImOrO of wlh I tel pissed otherwise he mlanB out I and Won the song of the blue rtdrds I will ibe heard in the churn drawer the bun frog Cborus wm begin landrehearsals tnthe Tends and crooksIthe dItLhesla4ong the iIt matAUors not wWoh opntewtion is- coureob msolnr OIS it cokycer s theI present prognostfaatfonas3ir undHctg could tJCIe his shadow at anyitdmelf- mmni sunrise to suneeLOwensboro Inquirer 4 Hers Special forTQdayand Tomorrow 8 Ohs onueheld Homtayy 1 2Gc 1 box Lana OU ButterillkS08p 200 3 MItes mar Soep I 10c I 1b Rai6Ims 10- 0l n25 GunPowder Tlca 20c- A l6 lea Halnze 1sP e Iluttioa j 4OC t cafe 2akelt3YllhbcolMer i 200 1 6b0piagorablat 4 i I o5e- Tl ts cbly Cash r t 4 vf 4 BANK WRECKERS CASE GOES UP Court of Appeals Will Re view Trial of Anderson Exceptions Claim Errow in Refu sal to Vacate Bench or Grant A Change of Venue Everything Is now hu readiness to have the rose of the commonwealth against T S Anderson the Owensooro Dank Wrecker coxivleted of false swear ln3 brought before the court of appeals he official report and the bill or exocptdona wtire flied In circuit court Saturday MId were sent to the clerk of the court of appeals ot Frank font early this week The official report by the court stenographer contains ony 126 pages the ilargPr portion being devoted to the witnesses for the suite This Is only the average size many reports In civil eases being several times this size Besides the report of the trial the official reports of tan testimony Introduced in the hearing tdr a chnnge of venue In the two charges of em bezzeruetJt and krnowingly receiving deposits when he knew the bank to be insolvent were also filed and will be submitted too the court of appeals for Its consldaantlon In hcadhing Q- doo1sion The principal grounds alleged for the granting or the appeal Is there fusal of Judge Ildrkthead to vacate the benoh Tho bm of excepxlong Bt4ithat the defendant entered t motion to have Judge Blrklread vacate the bench but that the refuOd w do so The defendant aJso asked for a change of venue but tht was over riled and OXCeyuvua worn taken to the drolslan ot the court Exceptions wore also tiled against the courts failure and refusal to penemptpruitiy lnhstrct the J1ITfto find for the defendant OIl motion of fend by his attorneys at thF CQucu- sian of the states evidence The de tenlJaint also exoopts to the dnlSt1uc- tiollS the count gave to the jury clndl111lng that they were nIOt in accord with the teotbmoney MId evldenoo In troduced durIng the trial It Is also claimed that the court cured in ahowing Ute debt of 38 00063 which Anderson owed to the bank being submitted to the Jury as competent evidence The dtefenidant Calms that the court should not ihnve let this go to tho jury for annsidoi troy ant excepts to such rulings The e captions also cover the refund of Judge D1rkh td to gnJnt n new trial alleging that the defendtmt vitas entt1tJled to Jt uooording to the evi- denco suhmittcd These reports Were finished sever al days ago and wore then sulmnitted to the attorneys for the kdofeaso and prosecution who Went over Nhcmcnre fUlly to discover any mistakes Ibhnt may have erupt In The reponts Wore submitted to Judge Blrkhmd Sat1irday and alter he tad examrintad them its- signed them as Judge or IhvdeE ooun ty circuit count nm ordered them to be trnnsmtttcd to the count of appeals As the cntmtna1 cases are grant ed iniecedenee over tho civil case the case will cpme up before the court ol appeals In a ftiw weekS It wm probably requ mover thirty days betofO tinla final Illiclsion is coached M 1J1Ue T S Arndcmon Is still- cemftned In the cotanto jail and swill ho bftld Ithem ending the action of the court ot wprpas If the kktston- fs affirmed ilIe will probably be taken W the pim1tonU iYa few days rdator but it It is dxlded in hits favor he will again be udmrlbbed to ball and will be at lfbenty He appears to stand hie cXmtdnCIXt vory woe acv eral hmpunvemeerlte ihtrtving bond arcade in his cell since hs ViM incarcm ated- Elitertaips Class at Island The TJ bromtxsr mte1flmoo the mUD100r8 of hoc 1y8dh class at m bbmo intIBialMnnldo ever 1nIgtrPm 8itQ 12 OIndy u111n was tW amabr foetus of the evening aa- tDbtltthI yatibual otbsrs goDiebQd ticn ptlovddocl for the amusemasni of she young peaphet and itliealewas nbt a ma 1 555 r ri or aieirt from the time th y arrived unti- ltheyBelt Wlt who tUDJ was not going J2fne sdelnjt to have a dollgfhittul InrGola Harison and tfr R W ToIJ1SeDd of Cobden Ill The members or tlltg treeenr inctuded Misses Eta- E tanrillleda Berry Nancy KilrtJley boatel blbuntIda Whttttnghtll Coddle ker Burs Garbutt Eva tBlroh- Etriiita Gardner Etta DJs tray HkUson and Ethel Hall 3resera- Honia Howell Sam Babes Guerdeon lhtar1aon Arthur Dates Auburn Kint- l iMaude M1txhel1 Louis Davis and Tomas 3rorton Jrowensboro In quiTeI a S D Boone Carved on Beach tree sMiidisonville Ky Fob 1J B- bfkaone formerly of Hopkins county who tuns beenpurchasing Umber In bearingthO1800It Is thought that Danl l lloonetJhe- famUseXIlor and plonree of Ken tuck lead through the vadey- wluero Ute tree fJtJmds in 1784 and caned his name and date fuse latter data 1800 was evidently made upon his return en touto to Kentucky from nIt exploring expedition ln Tennes seeSOne hunlP1d red twentyflve years hove elapsod since tIle first date on UtO woo was cared by Daniel Boone The famous befit stands In a beauU fa1valiby and Is so dense with toll age tnt the SUn rarely slMnes thtoug the leaves The owner ot the property on which the tree stands has been offered n large sum ot money by various panties for the stump or the tree bearing the name and date but he basreful nLl offers GOUNTY REAPPORTIONED INTIIJUSTICE DISTRICTS There Are Eight Instead of Seven and are More Equal in Population Than Before mite comrit1SSooem appointed by like Ohio oousrty Court at its regular team hold the first IlIbny In Jan uary 1909 for the purpose of daying- oft the county Into Magisterial districts Juno tiled their report wOhtoh shows tfint In their wladam the ooun ty could be dlvidld to the best ndtan tage ante most convenient to the cltd zens Into eight districts The estimated population ol the dlstrlots nmGe fame 3624 to 28H which is probably nearer equal is popUlation than any former upportlonmont of the county has been Considerable oamplaint has always prevailed5t0 tho effect flat places for the holding ofMlgIst11lltes courts aTe far removed from a porrtion of the citizenry of the district which von- dered it burdensonho for them to attend the sittings of count and some dlstricts were eon std robly out of proportion In point or population to others This has to L great extent boon nllovlated by this apportionment The ommis- sioaers Messrs 31 L lieavrln G W 3lartln and W R Edge have W voted considerable Unto to the forma Uon of the districts as rtportedand they have endeavored to create the them as nearly equal in population and convenience to the people as pmsblblo Following are the districts os reported HARTFORD IE Hartford W Hnlrtford Ileda Heflin Estimated pop uxation 0634- BEAVER DAM 2E Denver Dam W Bearer Dam lWntls Cromwell EBtimatPd lropulatian 3276 ROCKPORT 3N Rockpont S ROICkpont Springs rcHenry Es Utnated population 3196 CENTERTOWN 3 Ceuterbown- Stnatuhotra Pt Pleasant Comlvo Boa dor Estimated population 2844 ROSINE GRosine Horsy Branch Select Arnold Estimated population 2980 SULWIUR SPRINGS GSuMlUr Spring Olaton Narrows Megan stt- nmtlcd population 2768- FORDSVILLE 7En3t Fordsv1ue W FordiIvJUe Shrove Estinmtld pOp= ulaUon 2404IBAnI1Li1 8AebnovUe Herbert Rn1ph 1itlott Duford Eetima- populatkcn led 30I0 I I 4 i4 r- a i LABOR LEAD ERS TO MEET Secretary Straus Issues In vitations For February 10 Problem of Unemployed to Be Dis Cuss dGompers Name Heads List Invitations have boon extended to more than Q 8lVmI of prominent labor leaders In all Pmts of the country asking them Ito luumtlolixtCO lathe proposed council of labor to be haM on February 10 at the Dbpart- m sit of Qonwnerce and labor when questions of vital moment to the wtt- geens of the country will be discuss edIt Js the eamneet hope of those who will attend this conference that some plan or plans may be evolved wtbtldh will promote the welfare or the wage workers The subjects with which the conference will be mlli1d upon to deal are Indicated in the invitations which have been addressed to the heads of the principal labor orhgandzatlons by Daniel J Keete OommiSlonor km era of Immigration who was designated by Secretary Straus as one of the committee on I1rmngClments Tune problem of the unemployed and how and to what extent the division of Information in Ute Department of Commerce and Labor van bomosst helpful to that nI especially during peni- odh of depression lf perhaps of Chief significance Jt Is declared that immigration figures IndIcate that much of the immIgrant Influx to the Unit ed States Is due to rnlsladtrh Infer nlntlon ns to labor conditions here and this will form one or the chief topics to be threshed out Tile ron ferenoo will also consider how the Noool peace prize wldh President Roosevelt devoted to the fouudat1on for the promotioy of Industrial peace can be made most effective Other questions which will figure In the councils dXlIbemUons wall be as to I the mlvimblllty of recontmondations for legislation extending the steam boat Inspection service to Include the Inscctlou of locomotive boilers on interstate railroads and how the dl vision of information ot the Depxant ment of Commerce and labor may be ndinlnfstelM for the best Interest of the wagoearners genomlly- tFhe invitations have been sent to the following Samuel Giompers president of the American loeleratlon- ot labor W G we Cleveland 0 grand master Brotherhood of Railroad Trnlnsman WarnnS Stone CLev- eland 0 grand chief Brotherhood of Loeomotlvo Euglneevn W S Car ter Peoria Ill grand tlns- tcr Brotherhood of LocomItIvo Firemen A n Canrestson4 Cedar Rapids a1 grand chief Order of Railway Conductors Frank T Hawley BUffalo N Y president S1itch mens Union of North America W F Yates of Now York City president lfJarlne Engineers Beneficial SSO- clotlon Andrew ThIl1Cth San Flmnds co president Seamenrs llooUonbll Union T J Dolan Chloogo general secretary International Association of Steam Shovel and Dredgn1en T L Lewis or Intilanapolla president United Mine Workels GeorgeW Perkins Chicago president Cigar makers In teonnatl1onnl Union T VOOonlI1or of IYetroit Mleb president lMel1notlono- lLougsooremens Association James M Lynch Indianapolis president In- ternntlonal Typographical Union W D llAhnn Detroit bitch president Amalgamated cIaUoU Stretllhll- way Employes Timothy Healy of Now York City president Intleernation al Brotherhood lStatlonary Firemen and others A Man a Boy and Two Dogs A boy unrestrained on the street or elsew4iere is a nuls1JDce a boy and a dog under lIke conditions ron stttute a double nulsnce but t boy a man and two dogs from a combination when turned loose and acting clublandt Ibsen thbrouhly convinced ot the 5e r t I geodaess of an overpreent protect lug power that watches over and shields frown destruction hundreds of little boys and tIckess mn this one lnstans mould have converted him The boy had two dogs and they harried every other dog that came along It the boys suggrsUon which was conveyed to the ever ready dog mind by a slight slcem that the dogs understood to well Bersekcr bull dog came along and was full of fun but at the sudgeatlon of the boy thin twain forced hint to combat and he fought and retreated until he was on safe ground Bald this produc ed another attack and so drew the attention of both boy and dlTiver that Uhve boy was rum over and the driver then had to lick the kids dad to Justify his own action While this was going on the dogs kept up the fight and in the tussell tripped an oXlilady who fell Just in front of a horse hitched to a buggy Md it took trl6ht and rani over two more womtm and a boy and collided with a telegraph pole and than the man about town quit o1clngoentral City Republican IT IS ANNOUNCED THAT PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Will be Caned by the State Lea gue of Kentucky Postmasters At the conclusion or the ceremonies at the Lincoln rm on Feb 18 1909 the Dean of Kentucky PoBtnu1s tem Robt E Wood P IL at Louts villa Ky will on behalf of the mem bers of the StAte League of Kentucky Postmasters prestmt to President Boos vela Q cane made ot wood grown on the historic farm The material for this cane has been In the slhop of the Goo Cross Co of LoulstJ1e Ky for some time for fl11dJ14ng Md polishing and will be gold mounted and suitably inscribed President Mc II Webb has called a mooting of PostnmstfUS of the Fourth class or Kentucky on Fob 11 at 230 p nn at Louisville Custom House to transact business of lmper lance and to make arrangements to attend In a body the ceremonies at Hod- gcnsvUle This will he a gala day for Kentucky postmaster and all Postman tern arc cordially invited to attend and take part a FOR THE BUSY READER Miss Elizabeth Hawklnsdnugilter ot the RevJ T IInwkfns of Etkton at tempted suicide by shooting heeifi- n the breast 1i1ss Hawkins has boon suffering from melancholia I The Senator passed without amend ment a House blll declaring February 12 the contonary of the birth of Aura barn Lincoln a legal holiday and soc ommending III gen ml observanoo ot that day B mho Joint session of the lmssourl General Assembly has dootured Jacob F GmoUah eieeted to the office ot- I1teutennnt Governor No wrote was taken the Speaker declaring the result when the recount eontmdttc of five RopubUcnnS and five Domoatuto reported Us finding Governor Patterson of Tennessee has vetoed the hill prohibiting the manufacture of lIquor In Tennessee He did ISO he amid for a number of- reosone principally because of two dangerous precedent and that It violates the will of the people twice ex pressed at the ballot box Sad Death of Child Saturday aftiemoon at Fordsville biro Wesley Cheek left her homo for a tow minutes khvIng her twOOO1 old baby with apiece of calm and Jl empty bottle with which to amuse itself On the niothers return tsho found the baby in convulsions It hav- Ing broken the battle and eaten some of the glass along with the cake A physician was at once called but gave no trdief to the child which after ant foiling terribly died Sunday morning The ohlldfs father Mr Cheek is a wCl known mllleer of Fovdsvpla said thoCnmtlybnsmany friends wfio regret tit6 dcathof the little one r j 1 L o TT7 7T L ISTSnRYEJA11 Dates fareIn o Remote His r toryof Past TeSpauiards Planned a Cans AcrosTtfenithmis as Earlyas 1528 h prolatePf sotting through fae narrow etrlp of land which Wp the Northern and Southern America In order to opens obannei for the worlds commerce is known to have been long ago mooted The ration of De Leseeps are instinctively thought of when the curlier efforts are mentioned although them colfeps of that ambltfous enterprise occur a ttoD ngo TVhe cutIt1Dgted and probably not known to many wto take the most enthusiastic Interest In the Preunt work So oar the truth was Columbus that but for tho injustice which finally blighted his life he probably wotfd Imvd found tho Isthmus It was however reserved for Balboa In 1513 mOM lban nine years after the death of Columbus to obtain the first view of the Pacific Ocean from a moun aictop in the Isthmus Then the world knew that the shorter route to IndJa was barred to navigators Truly however time world of that period weft a daring and adventurous one Scarcely bad Balboas discovery Indicated the true geographical situa tion when the entorprierng Spam began to make plans to cut through the narrow isthmus In 1528 15 years only after Balboas discovery rthesug gestion was made to Charles V Spain by one of his subjects roam ed Galvao and by the Kings orders ante was in 1534 charged with the location of a route and surveys wore made Thus the gigantic undertaking which now engages all the resources of this Government and which over 20 years ago wrecked the great Fronoh company of De Lbsseps and honey combed this Govcromtttrt with corns tion and intrigue WWI first serious ly mooted and actually uuueiraKrta by the Spaniards nearly four couturier ago And from that time it has been periodically discussed and has pro gressed at least H far as exploration with sufficient frequency to justify the assertion that this 400 year old project has never slept Even in 1551 a Spaniard named Gomara set forth three alterative routs one of which was practically thetame as that now known OB the Nicaragua route And In 1567 PhlUp ill gave the prestige of Ws patronage to one of his subjects who made extensive explorations on the isthmus Up diIrectionwere inated by many subjects of other mon arohs The action of the United States which has culminated in tile actual prosecution of tore work as a governmental entarprfao Panda Ms beginuring not long after the declaration of Cine Monroe Doctrine and at the very be ginning of the torn of office of President Jackson Time Government then in control of Contrail America proposed that tbs country should co operate with it in the cant uetdon an interoccanic casual Thin proposal was first made in 1825 and the nego radon were renewed dn 1831 The matter did go BO far as the making of a contract but capital w as not forthcoming During the Chiides ithc subject was much discussed particularly w4Uk re speot to the question whether the building of a canal by foreign rapt tallsts would conflict with the Mon roe Doctrine The Interest taken In that subject by Mr Clayton enrJyJn his career has often been referred to It resulted in tucti action by Oon grc 6 in 1835 and afterward in 1839 as was consistent with the views om bodted In tOO OlajitonBulwer treaty afterward negotiated by him as Secretary of State These views may bo accepted as representing itho best con sidered opinion of that period in th Untied S rates us well as the mor enlightened and liberal public opm Ion of the world rime substantial points thus ecuib lldbcd were First that a canal might bo cocBtructed with individuals or companies able and willing to as sume the responsibility second Ohnl tho work should be conlderod and treated ns intwnBKonnl InMs char actor and thirdly that the perpetual neutrally of the canal Should IxJ guar anteed by treaties between the United States arid such oner nations as nvfeht t be Interested either by locality of for tbo rombJon sod protection of thoir comuwtrdnl1 intercits Tlfcuit a canal BO oan bmruaUd nod protected by n treaty would otbe cojiBldercd us In vlolaJon of the Monroe Doctrine i yr 1Y Y a l IY lY1F earaU r sseepted ham Ike Ttel pawalalter tiIe ueit oio T dtthe aIeeelei of Ji14l amid ea tiIvI Vtfr aitoerbtt thbattUea of ttbe people to fee exclusion of evdry ode bferefct But utuna kTeI ten a 9B to ex ite t Scree he result that both by public actto and private eBterpriee eX Ifledex pjored and sanreyed ivory r t1bLb route sad Projects without aarcher wore expJotteed lade Otter vestigaUow were also tmIIIde by FreBICI1 eagiaeeTB and bs the result of taer OB tile luttfatlve principally or Mfcerdlnaed de Lesecps the Jfug projector of the su Oanala coa grees of engineers was convened Jt Pars on May 15 1879 At the CbngreEB of Paris 135 engt nests edontiets and sthJdsnsvrero proseiat and Do LeBseps was made President Five Btandteg bommlttoes were appokited oce on statistics to estimate the traffic one on econo mical nod commercial queaUorw ltd et timato the truing of cost in ranties opening of new mirketB cone on navigation to consider the effect on naval arohiteoture effect of ctrrreols and such matters depth of water and size of locks one on tech nical questions covering the different routes proposed cost of coostruotion and maintenance and safely end speed of navigation and one on ways god means to calculate cost revenue and capKal required In view of the recent discussion of the subject in connection with the present operations at Panama It is worthy of note that eight routes were suggested from which the Techntanl Committee recommended a tidewater canal on what was commonly called the committee was adopted by a vote absent or not vot artestimated at 150000000 the cost at 1120000000 the natuai revenue at 18 cost of maintenance thisofcongress about onehalf were French England had no official representative but permitted the attendance of one unofficial representative and too United States san wo naval offi cersThe Colombian Government mad in 1878 made a grant of the exclusive pri agcompany of the concession the canal and its ports were neutralized Thus the prim dple of neutralization was recognized by the local authorities and tflw grant of authority under which the French operations were to be undertaken as it had been in divers negotiations be twcen the Unled States and Grout Britain This Slant antedated the PUrls Congress but notihing had been done under it and in the some year that the congress was held it was trans tarred to too company of witch De Lesseps was the leading spirit Of Ha latter company the tint meeting lor- I practical businerti was on January 30 PtrcadIdeat tors commenced work Pitor to this the United Starea in terveaedl dlpixmal cally Oolumbla pro posed a Joint guarantee by European Powers of tho neutrality of tile coral Mr flame then Secretary of State protested that such action would be regarded by the United Status aa a VIa latlon of ithe Monroe Doctrine as well as in contravonJon of its treaty obli nations as sole guaraoinr of rtihe in tegrity of Columbian territory This was followed by a proposal to Groat Critiiln to abrogate the ClaytonBul wer treaty in order to allow our Gov eminent to fortify and control scan al in connector with the local Gov ernment It one should be built What promised to bo a long diplomatic ne gotiation was cut abort by the death of President GarfleWi and the subject was not resumed until recently when tho present project was put underway Tho Crlmo of Idleness Idleness means trouble for anyone Its the same with a lazy liver It causes contipationi headacte Jaun dice sallow complexion pimples and blotches loss of nppatite nausea but Dr Kings Nw Life Pills soon ban teh liver troubles and build up your health 25c at all druggists m SpooneIn a Cleveland dcclfJon dn which no names were used Judo Adams of the Juvenile Court ruled that a girl may eh on her hens knee without lawaAn excited parent donated tho atrent of his daughter She is 16 he said I rain downstairs at 1130 oclock last Right and found her Bit tins on a young mans knee men arm around his nook I told her to go to bed at onto and ordered tho young man awry She kissed him good night before my eyes I want you to awe her There is no Law by which I can Interfere said the Judge No court would attempt to interfere jvth a girl sitting on her beaus kmtee i 1 i af t t IIYffll1 I texts Yreeo 41 1- t Comes Forward Wftfc a 1 otSxtlJletSf f iadWniii I I 4- Aa ttdiictD itatrecett r herb are In thte 18 twto to evesy 1000 blrtte ioarlP4e to every 1000 000 births sad B qoadynpletB tei ever 1000000 COHttequOTtiy ivetpruauen eI evefit had to iris s J 4h wife of a BeaafortcolHer hr Jiusbattd recently with tow tbH l14J bbya Whom M wriVJr blleves are sttU doteig well One of the most remarkable lanCOB of quadruplet ut birth occurred five years ago to Glasgow wben Iiis Collingan the wife of kti I polder gave birth to four gLn11 At the time tiro mother was only 2S years of age and had been marriedr fiv yrs She flrsthad twins then singles and lastly quadruplets Tfce lath r however did not winvive aim Collicgans record sails mind that of Mrs Oransby of Chicago who gave birth to three boys raid one girl in October 190L Mrs Orinsby had only been married ayvea jean and in that time had 14 chUdrert Dur ing the first throe years the bad one baby annually then twins Cwice in succession then triplets and finally quadruplets What Is more the triple won prizes at a baby show and still more remarkable perhaps was tho fact that Mrs Ormsby herself was one of triplets Six years ago Mrs Pennock In her twnetyflrEt year gave mirth to her 111SweedlshSt Louts was the remarkable daugh ter of a remarkable mother w8idgav birth to six sots of twins and had 24 children altogether Furthemrnre one of Mrs Pennocks sisters bore six pairs of twins and amner sister four pairs making a total of 58 sets of twins in one family rTalkicg of big famlllee the German empire need scarcely fear any decrease In the birth rate if any mothers Sol low the example of one healthy ac tive hauefn u of Berlin who has be4n filling her quiver so rapt that although still but 45 years old she has already 25 olive branches round her taUc Another who is four years her Junior ushered 23 Intb the world while three other women between the ages of 40 and 43 presented their husbands with 21 descendants oath Two hundred and forty Berlin women by the way are itho mothers of from 13 to 20 children spleen Authenticated instances of live a birth are extremely rare Abo eight years Rio however it was ire ported that a woman in Sidty roam ed Granttui bad twice presetted ter husband with quintuplets the Bret time five boys and the second Itflme fho girls and conftsuniify with Grip das and quadruplets having bad al together 42 children It is dmpdissi ble to certify this instance but there is proof of the fact that in October 1800 the wife of a tidier named Not san of Oxford Market London hall five children at a birth while 16 years previously a women of Koengsberg gave birth to quintuplets and ttwre Is even an Jnstance on record ofa Texas mottoer In November 1888p re canting her astonished husband with six babies at once four boys and two girls Mrs Blackston aged 38 lreof Mr W T Blackaton gardener te GoldBborough Rood Springfield Es tate Wadsworth gave birth on tire 3rd of January to four children The first birth took place at 10 oclock in the morning and itho last ot 7 odock in the even mg The children wore then all living The first died soon after the birth of the last and tho nst lived till 2 odock next morning The other two had dried meanwhile TitBits J Sufferers wino say they have tried everything without benefit are the peoplo wo are looking for We want them to know from glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will conquer Cold In the Head Hay Fever said obstinate forms of Nasal Catinh tthofloflamedslng eootblng sad hoalbig One trial will convince you of its heal- Ing power Price hoc All druggists or mulled by Ely Bros C6 Wastes St Now York 7 Artificial Diamonds J Diamonds are BttlgenerdB tho only gems consisting of ono and but one element This apparent Btajpllolt bas not only attracted artificial produc tion but Iran also boon the ineupef able barrier which has hindered rein cess Artificial dlamands cortainJrhaV been made but on such a small kale that they practically have been user IQB tivBy the term artificial 3s not raiwiot glass or pirate Imitation but heal ohom1calaJltthat T i Y I J 0 Yf t eeeged wtAant rhae le Dlf J a large TMWHB tvln The 1tf8deappaited oa pta Seani rues MWt tbe detJ iilhhittewedliesder tJHt s o scope I t dsM a fealu realAt else eiris ot Use wires some pad tew re sesaf lahfelipert Wo nouoned to be ootafaedral crystals Ae torn IK wHcb jwiare give or Hie dlasmmd la con They west Mack andi e tIed UOIB hard ebBeS ttse 8aafec polished Ita raby Aa aoe1Nttiait poMfitoes was pro notisced to be the power of tireJ mmaJ i 1 Next came a dtamoaa medeby diW so Tine Carboa in Maid Sufear or satoe lofJsusaa or mK n Wtoen the liquid hen evaporated Similarly If we could dissolve carbon nether as eeevaporation of the liquid allow the dissolved1 carbon tor separate outthewould probably crystaMze diamondtoNjinirouB exveriineatfl produced a crytallne maw diamond but in the banysecured a temperature of 5200 degrees centrigrade The temreraiura melt tet carbon On acadyzing the carbon minute diamonds were found m At These results may be the forerunoors of Igerater achievement MODERN DAY EDI- NESE WOMEN Spreading Emancipation of Sex They now Enter Trade as Business Women There matte been many indications that the woman of Canton and other large Chineeo cities wave stopped out affairs for and have re unheardamembers of the touectold that lOhl noSQ teaching has directed for ngw that they should be Schools are gradually extmidlugI among the girls private enterprises carrying WsstBra knowledge where public InstruoiSon yet fain to reach Newspapers for women are springing up in several of tine larGer towns and the worsen are to be aen movI Ing about in the streets with much greater freedom than hitherto But a step liar boon taken dn Oan ton that for China is ter morel signi haveutto the women there are successful tra ders and industrial managers on returning to Canton decided to try how Chinese women could bandle an enterprise of their ownIThe outcome is that a restaurant bras been opened in a suburb ofQuIJ ton without a single man on tflbel premises It is a large place run and control Jed in every particular by WOOlj en and already it Is attracting an ex tensive circle of ladles to enjoy its comforts and the cbUt that ac companies the meeting of friends around the teapot Even the 8 bier is a woman and apparently eho can handle thee intrica cies of Chinese money as easily as- a man This last acoomplUthmeht is regarded by the aasttve Prose as pe culiarly significant and columns 81ej devoted to the now enterprise and hcj prospect of further openings for worn an energy It turns the ChinaI mans scheme of things entirely topsy turvyMarriage of the Future ITbe industrial condition of t41e1 modern toonw wre such as to dehy and often prevent marrdagc Since the home 4s supposed to arise on ly from marriage it looks as KftioUgh the situation were frankly suicidal So far not seeing them things wo itavo merely fqltowed our world old habits of blaming the woman She used to to conJenj with these conditions we eay she ought to be now hack tp nature The woman refuses to go bock the home refuses to go forward the marriage waila Ittie initial conI dition of owinfitrshlp even wlthoutser Rude react unfavorably Upon the kind of marriage moot desired iA wo man slave is not a wife The snore absolutely a iwomnn is bar own ants traes in accepting br nusbantf ndI her life with Win the higher is the grade of love and companionship open to ihim Again the economic c depen dence of the woman militates against a true marriage in that the clement of the economic profit degrades and commercializes love and so injureaithe family The higher anairiage toward which wu are tending requires a full grown woman no ones property or servant selfsupporting end proudly independent Such marriage will find in a very dlffereot ibpme Sirs CharoleUd Perkins Oilman 4u Ltoslies Weekly r ai r a j f 1 ILSM Y VEG Strnrl JntHaH Caress G5 riCHri Dcatk Ih fI IilWe paUielh the foUowing tory for wSkt Is va m err Rkefriroffi beHbr rodeburg Hercd4tet Plans being the bene cC CoL jack CWasr t Oa seeli4e tiitege do greAteveite hrsfee Sot tor the tact titat a Negro ylpMte 1OeoUleiDP steiro the Iliad Hight ot ECalra leRdiug to bi second Ijbor of the CaDIlat H- Eel o WtHtoa Goebei would never have beea murdwed sad Kentucky spared the tropMe conditions 1vht resulted from the sod his iDa tion The rOnlie case on v act hinged such toportant events Was arrested this week fur failure to support file Ieandl the ease recall ed the time when ho felled to wake GoebeL Tie negro IB OHIe FOttenspa locally known as one of the G0d tlost Twin All efforts to pursuade WlHfean Goebei to mako the contest for Governor against W S TayJbr whoa the Legislature was in session bad been failures and the loader of the Democratic party had declined absolutely to have anything to do with it Goebei bid them tilaS be would not consent to a contest but would allow the Republicans to take the oHoeto which they tad beenelect ed on tfie face of fa carom floe bc toia bJa friends goodnight and went to ihis room early He left a call for 430 ocfock istendlng to take the early morning train out of Frankfort go to Louisville and from there to Arizona where he would forget Kentucky politics The leaders of the Democratic party all of whom wore in Frankfort bad ekaken hands with Goobel and did trot expel to see him again for months They left him wttb a feeling of regret sari SeoIP torn Blackburn and McCreary thought he was making a mistake Goebel went to his room and went to sleep At 430 oclock the next morning the clerk of tlce hotel seat OlMo Potter SOD one of the bellboys to take up Goebel cute was dead wlah sleep and could hardly pry bra eyea open He Etarted up to steps slowly with his halfshut and roaily halt asleep He stumped Wa toe on lUw stop and sprawled his full fongtih on bird land ing and jfihere ho went to sleep as soundly as though the date ot rom tucky did not riot in Ms bands Ol lie was too sleepy to rouse afteri a tail and when the awoke again the train for Louisville was gone Goebei also slept without waking until Jong after the time for the train to go He was angry at being allowed to sleep but It seemed to have been fate The Democratic loaders renew ed their fcnportunritieB to Goebei to allow the contest to be fled and to flnaVly consented It eetad Me tae and cost him his UteAll mJthe nero who hi bow being sued by iris wife mas too sleepy to arouse himself after faJMng down on the top step Notice In Bankrupt In the district court of the United States for the western district of Kentucky Owenaboro Division On ithb matter of John AstClair- a bankruptOn day of January AD 1909 on considering tine petition of the aforeaaW bankrupt ton ddsohastee filed on tbo 22nd day of January A D 1909 it is ordered bytbQ court that Jbearing be mad anon the seine on the 13th day of February A D 1909 before sid court at Federal Count Hail at LouteviUe Kyi in said district at 10 oclock in tOO forenoon or as near thereto SB practicable and that notice thereof bo one time In Harttord Republican a newspaper prteted in euld dJstriot and that all known creditors and other persons ta inboreet may appear at eald ot1mea1ld place and hOW cause If any they have wtoy the nrajier of said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable Walter Evans Judge of mid Coin and the Seal thereof at Oweboro Kentucky in said district on the 50th day of Jan nary A D 1909 Seal A G RONALD Clerk M Eo DUNN Deputy leak A Regular CutUp at 93 John Regie seed 93 was married to Lucy Metcak aged 66 at Tantoley Clay county Ky tost week Regies first wifes funeral waa pneached just two days before his marriage A large crowd of peopJo gathered for the weddipg Tbore were eo many at the houiieW1crelt11 ceremony was kit be performed i would riot hold all the people so Reg e took his bride and went into the yard where they Food in the open air awhile tine ceremony waa perfonqed wage roomtm ed a veritable cutTUp at the cone mony sad hugged Md kissed fate bride in taro youfebfuV faction much to tbd delight of the Jorge asaemWage J- 1qt e i r 1 I i rVY t I r t 1IJt- i t ALSFIliLEsa- d t fti eti ir ttulles from Ittaaydale kret Iyea tex H 4kV L Jt Ri Oeod dwelleg and Coat 1 di4I L yoaBg oreard sad ihbHn4an fIT o- ffone irsler 75 acre at Dsvldeei 4oeatieOr- roeeUerabaacLtdaICR Ro 60 acres fine bottom land wl1rew Ei r 80 btukelecora te awe15 aeces at rri 1Ing very fertlle fine prlags erertaiUiik wateriboiBJed ea- the South by rough Creek r MM Y KA rt A DweWag sCory BBafealf eight rooms neww leeiaa yiHitkijUe day street HarUof Kf5 Price ahill terms reasonable ew 1 feartoesf co ora age fa Thomas adition to Hkkor ttr W1red- Good stable garter East sever faU lag neell of ottWBter k 10 acre tmet pi bottom iw o4e mile fromJ Ail cleared except about 10ates sad uis erleaoe Will grow front fifty ito etxty buBbeta of corn per acre Four room cottage house mod one half sera lot lnFbrdsvtldeoppossecoll- ogo Terms easy t 60 acre tract of tili laud piranha from Beech Valley echooliouee on Hartford ad vfUOI08Cti A41 cleared except about 20 acres two dwelHri 9 barn sad other out b rild lugS A good tour trot rein ot coat which is now in oppentUon House and lot at the corner of day and Washington streets now owned by EL Crabtree This to one of the finest locations jo Hartford and the property is m good S padr House contains nine rooms and there to a never falling spritg of soft water bri the lot 15hia property can be purchased J at a very reasonable figure Apply at once aa it will not be on the market long 12 acres on the Beaver Dam and Cromwell public road 112 mile from Beaver Dam in good state of caltiva tion good young orchard grapes straw berries raapbeiies good 4 room cottage with varanda good smaH frame mother outbulMJngs consisting at meat house hen houeo ooalbouee goad well Located in good neighborhood 27 acres good farm land on Prentta public road adjacent to Robert Hum I mer good old and young orchard 9buildingsgood neighborhood close to schooly We dont own the property We are only agents for th owners end our purpose ia to bring together the buyer and seller ftortbla we emerge one small commission No charge If DOsaJe is effected J J0t your property with us or if you cant to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known QfflO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY JMS For a Limited Time YOU our GET The Louisville TImes Regular Price f5 a Year AND THE nnTFOBD EPDDLtCAI Both One Year for 350T- he Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere- Has tiie boat corps of corjcBpon dents overate Kentucky tMi per fetoSly Coverts the general news field completely Has Vito bcfet and fullest market repontB DemocraMc Jon yo1i tics but fair 1SRight Awayt- o this paperrnot to The Loutevllle Ttom riWa special low offer be rNOWMAIL Bubsoriptionb aid we tac LOUISVILLETLMES bythernotwo papers for less Tlian Hio ldce ofOaBrf II I i1 j 0 J f t I tY 1i t11 iir1 sr 1 IIY IBC N E Jiffl- hi AnotherStateisSecretljI Stra I=e Story or Governors Fa- ri1 ofCriminal on Flea of GV I i terror of Another State rRf jme follow1ogfthyr tOOl by th- nktdirk4datt4alMOadent of i o dkiu- rierJourmkl tt t i 1ii44k bhe excc1Jlon ot a oW untlnWrit delN4B How tt pignittbo insonto gonr- w I an8 aimId6niutitttd a crime nay b mo in cioaetl utiFght c Izen I- 8F U byati caea of mtbfuh the pabltd never ktaew t1Xu1b1l tzI Thsone t- Ythejrebtnewis ator1es l2at over daval opted boreIt was A pbry of crime and rotorzmUonand the plea pra Gbvornorltoa poveeisarfarclt menc- yhevetorywtiloh y 6to1d1herebyr a smut ito ryvaeemplbytd inn the oMke- of tho Gbvunor eat tbnt time fs wor9f- space in a povel anda about tike thlBf During tte bnn of a oertslnt Gov- emor a telegram campo to FnnikwrL one day Thlre uhprsnagtt pats mar a Governor of another State Who untied to Know trOnther the Gov tenor of Kentucky nnAt be ln Id- olfkoe oni a ocalnQn darJ Ito Gbv ernorof thee other Ste j1djitint- Kntuc s chief extxufivo would be- hnr a toad wontd flee the dlsthl3trltdtdxl- vI for Two days 1uter a tali pith dll the Uittorv iWm and I tine okWg man rshgbied Ho caked the way to the Governors offkaiulwent immediately th tae BCrito House 1vLro meprdetenrozd this Jcard and was rece1ttd at once tie arcs Um Governor of Otis of tmo nlhei bnpomani- siritea n tte Uniou and atvts 7L man oL national prominence He was cope eted witat trio Governor of KeruUroltry for earletdme and tilt ttho OI1I01uslan of aide visit I pardon ware fuel and the Governor took tt wthhlmto his l1onro Stnte No announcemenJt pea made to the raowrpaper tbAt the pardon Itdd Ileeen ltsuod It was an tendon hq oftidal journnlbut meant nottdng to tiibe0 100 hnppenerll to too dt The Orytdult ati oold tine Governor wos a reanarkwbGo one Ie- said in wbWlnw My closed perronol intend the mon who mac M IDlY o1I111lrlIgn tur Governor atidIbe rom to whann Ieel- that I Qwea wy poslUonna C1a16fE- xeardve Is under indletanant lm Ken tucky for a ctitno pe oomttuitidoyeara ago Abair the indiclanaat was returned the fled and made goad tots rs cape Ho crame Go my State and took a nhayt nomele began in a ni U way but shad hrillns and pros rooWOOderfuU lie ha1Jc we intre 100 ol the leading mien of 6tie State lbo bas eicn my tierud tor mtmy- Y ghe I bold him fulbdgher sleant- bbn I do aay 9ur hnawthatI know 1 would rust tom wkli tuayttdrgOn earth that I have and know t1iathe wound notadlmeltbr I stavealr ady- trusi ed him as I would no otherr man lfrdng mhat Dun lives tnroJiatlltJt di o pun14taentt and of being d+sgged lick into the gnr front wh4ah he nrote He is not Gnpdiy for j sSnever aitilout the fear that Someone may recognize hJlI find then lining abonh 11s rprrxatoh tIfe old obnrg18 I wont R purdon fOr start nan I want t go back to him nndolS tedm that Ito Govetmor of Kentucky has wiped out the charge agaJnat himand that ho oeM no longor fear 4o look every anon n the Doe mill know that hoSs safe I Want to 00 nihfs for I love him and hanjT rndrn and know that ho will lead the rlghit kindof a lite wlwayis- llikt then Governor or Kentucky NtlydlittlidsU hrtX MirntD1 gavo bnaforABdirleaitL ulnas n to wtout t1ibpazdon cl f is- tI1tJ one o t lgadrg- 1nrnjnfMaioptod119laY d It In the are known oulyi avth lf tide t4edr I islnteJtbittQ m r rite Wh1st1Ing Girl r t dwi ad1 t1t 1r ir4idtladcpdtheist over berg eooU I1ONnm rot 1yvhsodnlrtle tcJThat piece A po orsJi4 e 4 r i I8 wtire she may aE trtihttatbenlieakpaaeiseU or eeooy- hr Al3olsCrkWln lthe i i on longnpouB ey wwlks of t teriDg In- AUletN n adteerdul 6- g ill i rr r IIkeen Deeddee rNaso beUWzi1 mouth 866 iNM 1Iw p eIIlOb UeviiakII w good aews tor theIr 11 I r ji tJ1fi F ullriMrj 1rtj Ii euSful moat hert5 eburn- aesi4a 1i11aet1 I and Ilvy a e eweetea Sheknot that 1flrehurn l oar k wfll taln t the butter that la made In It The atom le1 II a churn In the tcuaW1 dlgeatl- a Juktlvetr ctaaril pr- ceeeedrnhlch are almoetezaetiy Hke the cJ1 nlngofb la pp ren then that It thlaatoDilcheiurn la foul I makes foul all Is put Into It The evil of a foul stomach Ii not alo ne the bad taste In the mouth and the loul breath caused brit but the 01 the pure i rre of blood and the dissem- Ination of dlsease throughout the body Dr Plercda Golden Medlca Dlscave ayvecItand sun bath do for the hurnab50liitl removes eVM1 tainting or corruptl rtIe went In this way I cures blotches pimples eruptions scrofulous swelling sores or open eating ulcers and all h bJOOdIfjouyour mouth coated tongue foul breath are weak and easily tired feel deproset frequonbtwlacheidizzy rich constipated or Irregular lOur or bitter risings eating and poor appetlte these symptom or anyconslder- ablenumberof them Indicate thatyou are liarIivorwithltlon or dy flepsla and their attendant derangements en e e ov rc 0 e Y cat s lab80lutelJ1truo will tie readily proven toJouraaUfaction reqUettofree copy of his booklet of extracts from gIvintheInto his world famed JPoolclnes and ahoy tog what the mos emlnen medical men ofte age sal of them wboeait p1shllDemttas1vcn under the IwacroIEaI lxan One yOUng woman i10fe you lr an- g4ikmood was anode mJscraJblo by the- m4em ll bbrrorsU tbar whkadrrr g ts now suppor4ng tJOOt tnaiier by doing whtstJIng turns onthe vaudeyJllrmg and dhaiming tangs audkmcea byy be- neprohcvhaibeo tialrlt Vhie was t- lmingJhat prophesied bud end T NOINDlfiESTION OR DYSPEPSIA Misery from an Upset Stom ach Goes in five Minutes Takt Some Dfapepsin Now And Forever end AU Distress From A Disordered Stomach Every fancily lare ought to kcctJ storms DlfIIlJepsJJ1 In tehouse eon one of you mao have nlI1 attack o- Indigasldon rSnmncl ublellI any time day or night 71h1siharmss tit JirM40iIJI wtU d- igunyting you tit and overcome sour omdJttve mtnut afterwards if your mauls dont tempt you or tat ilJ11J1e you do eat teemS to f111 you or ZnB Jlko slump of dead don your tocumcb or tf you have hearthburn that J8 a tdgn of InddgerLion Ask your Phnrmndr0 for a 50cent case of PapesDJn1W16Q and take ow- ttiangfe after supPer tonight I1her- wt4l pe nu tour rtlslnp no belchdogo- uudige ed food mixer aith ecldIlO UJc11ach gas or teartbuub fullneeo bevy eeling in tine litXJmQoo Nausen- Dobldttaaing Headaches Dlzzluea o- lnmtiret gril11LST 4s will ILL go and besides tJhcreWUl be no son rood left over in the stoniaehto poi ron your breath wfih nausaoua odors Rapes DInpepsln is acertain cure for aU Btomaoh misery becau e it wll- htkn 1101 oyour Ood and digett 11 aunt tee sumo liS if iOur9omach wasnt there Abtual prompt rcbef for al your stmnach misery is ut your 1laauwacis1- 1waidthg for you Pbe lore 60 vnt cares looalalt more ttfn euflldent to cure a card or Pyspelltla or Indigestion 470000 f Teachers Aud4hpr James will draw aids war runts ip a few dtye oa the SwteTrea- uy iu favor of Superintendent of Pu11o ImruotJOIL Orniblde for 47000- o be fused in pnyIrg the teacthers of- thn StntA jlbt is rho IasiL payment that will be made the teaoheT8 ant SU11ertDtUJ nt Or tbbe srrye shut Ids Is- tbo flwt time j1ll severnl yrars thrnt the n71I11t tons ban d on time hnosey will be dp0E4ted bSuwrin endent Crnbbe and paid out to br tooclJ818 as Stbaoomeaduelfhoschod- o chore of tare State thereforewill not have to avalrt far their mraarty and trill have plen Ot tCorspnIDg bop amr Seared WlthaHotlon dr arttkto4 bY OVfflurlfredket41lecpt tb a knifelrtui eed by clammed- Igorrlnjuree1 or many other yii4helthls g needed a2 ot1C A- Mwleherls ArMea Sildye to q JtslBo1I1 UloetpxFever 1pree IAaeate- nd ilea 25c tit dsuggMa axi- d F TELEPHONE LINES DE STIOYEDIDUBINO DIG T 1 rj thirty Linemen Swoop Down on Eastern Part Davless County TbdDty lteemem the maJortt7bf whbm frog IAaevUle ewope down on DnVUs cpuaty at aneai hour Saturday moraing of Jaat week and troyro tw mites a liner 0 the Rural Hben- Tcdeptono JmY of Owen entailing a loss of about 60QOand entirely cutting off the county from te71honfa eomunlcatiollJ with Oven bore The destruction of the l1nes wea the work of men sent out by the Independent Lang Distance rrelephone and Telegraph company of rrvUlo- Tb1 company together with the Kentucky and Indiana Teegraphh oompan is controlled by the Central Home Tepbone company of Louisville all three corporations now being in the dlandeof the same receiver Jt was claimed by the oUdcarH of the Independent company that the Rural wmpnn1js wiT09 were strunig on their poles They gave the Ru rap Homo Tolopbone company nOUce last Juno to reprove the WIres New man Dirk secretary of the Ibural Home company replied that he would remove his wires when the Independent company moved tu Mire from his poee Several lEttern pass ed between the officers of the CIW- Ocompantes but no drastic action had boon threatened recently ENJOINED BY JUDGE nIRjKHEAD On the foklow1ng monday attornoo- notroult Judge T F nlrkhrod grant ed a tem rory Injunction agafns J D Powers of Louisville H q Jonee and L C Griffin reMranlni- them from Interfering in any Way with the telephone service of tile Ru ral Homo Telephono CompanY and from damaging or destroying any fthe property of the oompny They are further enjoined from lute rferivi or preventing the Rural flame Tele plono Oatnpany from restoring Its wires that were torn down in this county by tbo linemen of tile Independent Long Distance Teleirhono Con parry itt an early hour Siuxthy morn lug J D Powers is receiver for thl- Independknt LorlgDlsttnco Telcphonh Company tiro Kentucky and Indana Telephone Company and the Centrr Home Teptne Company It Was on his Instructions hat the Rural Home Telepbono Companys wlree wet destroyed In a statement giviJ out in Louts vme Cot Powers said that be gavel the older on advice of counsel H- C Jones is manager of the Kewtuekl and Indiana Telephono Company In- OWeD8boIo LC Gstffdn m from Xhio and has been here for tame thud In lJIDoIt to UltIbl1fJh rdval furd exchanges In this county The In lunetion followed the action of the independent linemen who wrecked the Rural Companys line In the eastern part of the county entailing II lost of 6000 I The injunotton will be heard before Judge Blrkheod on February 3 There Se no little Indignation In Da vices county over the mmmnct in aadblc- lho Rural Home Welephone Company property was detroyEd The citizens say tat oven if the Rural Home Tee phone Oompany lines strung on OD1e- of the pOles of the Independent Com zany notice to the public should have been given before they were wrecked Rules Adopted by a Wise Girl Ae she was pursing the other dt- ernoon in gettiJlg orlicttdng mx or her pocket a young woman r1rop lIed f elp of paper on hie ground An editor mw EA urd pecked It up nrendtng tin r urn U but at n lance RJt tea deancut angular hand wnlt1ng induced Mm W read it throusn- lor publiea loP and discae it ls 1 I dont let f man rmrolcn women he wa1ks or drlvcs wcitlr inc U ro mows no boor than to do It I promptly tall hIm wnat I think Oibou- tIt 2 I dont give my tohogrnph to- nen I used to ooc1EJltman but I IJDl1se oowI should tor bye and 111 to know tilt my iiIc4ure ImkIM- be baD jng Ul1n Toumnie SmrJhs roam 3 I dont lot a man take my ore then he vwalks wdtli me If h does I tell hif I prefer dim to give nm his JlTIID 4 I tlmtt go out vJha man jUIIt bccouto dap taskss ma to I lIlko tit ptte tf ltd askg mother to gailrlsI- d per for iasihtue I 6 I dont Iet Q man Eto me home from ghlrpbk tM dmsnt g081 gtutrtior r to take lue- ho1 0 aitldsOt IIirOl liM btrvtcewitk- te id tltsitrwjftday feYiogricQgt A sat I t riCi M1W q e4th rae a PrElleJtl 1J1Itc titale ggnioubi od a trltI g ldkr faiiitsrpttuc1ea- nvtiiQomtearatea g a rea1 Who ttrotparfeeUy pollee awl agreeable tomiid to my mother s eWrociverjstbei 00- ml seas a good e I dbnt arrow a teller Ibollmy tether than tenoalock If iln oenot go at that dine I hell him poly that Uia Is rnoy custom THE TENDENCY IS BACK TO MUD HOUSES Cement the Chief Ingredient of The Building Dough Rthe nord coneme Los nsound the- would be ezpttted to watt aWRY raib- her than to nbtmat the tabusekereper IIIIl- dtJauscmaker Its aesodaUonapayw the Tedbna ll World foluguzlne are on of the sort Ur1t have had little or no In tercat tor womanor for men olthen- tlhb are hot employed dirrcUy in bb heavy business oo conntrucdon and to wihon the lore of e11glnocr1rk is a mybtory But very latelyns IoIteIy- as Use k1rt year or tbwo It the most tdre trsm or nutirer the hting It re- prot6stshBs come to moon somejjbing than has all mho oharmu ol innovattot In our everyday me and of improvement In Ule comfort of living Homes am being built of Itthat fs the reason Notirting that we do not understood ran LllttJI1elSt us unless It mysrtiflesan theme Is nothing about rand and gravel or broken stone and cement to puzzle the senses To the unJnstructed- a Ittle four a Uttie water with su- par and SIlIst apt butter and ycI1tif holds as nut i of mystery ynt thief are the very simple morrhtls oC11ch- tho hournw1fo makes her bread Ina widmcalrye oonereto may be rolled the brood of robe building world p fussy over decore tlon tans long Ines- mlod its gtnger breed and It amt l I uses nrc ns roE to Comprehend Intel quite nu inltlJmdng as ttihc awpb- rf our tables Cement and sand antI none and oval r Bite the ingrcl11cnt ot the ddr23tn- romr filch houses are holing mnrlc When they are properly mingltd toget- hx In proprorttoltS tO suit their tlUr poi the enlxtuce s a rattly wouxlor ul thing U you weute ItO bo low rut a OOllE with tile tabor of yarn rom the to1td to k of tbtloycrJaSltng rills you would not have among sub- flanal fllld not nearly so JwutIUul home flS if YOU lead coutsruttcd I- dlnh3lly ttnd costly mm finis mud Doings at Hartford College Tye enrl ant Is quite IN t snd- nupldly ih +rc Eaebl we lnee- t e begin f the third 1 hui marked the entrance of new students ne latest matriculates pro LeUu Mug- lUJ OtIs Walhre Moratn1 Crpowe Weston Mwtnncon Ira Plummer Les lie Shultz and Eva RIgIhnd Many old tudents and nitU1 wtb heave never booll students 1111 the wUege write the eywlU enter aim1- lhree weeks of the new term have Itss and all students bath ohl anN Low Thve settled down to work for rattier year The clasaeq it- immmurnrithmetlcrhlstbry dvfcs ant read1ng which were orgundzed nt Ue beginning o tads term ape luivaroing- apldly Classes will be OIIlnzed ul- peI1ngof tefMHt aterm Among the old students atb ra- oontlyv1s1tro uJeoo11ego wero EILl- JSJnderfur and Everett LUes both cf WOO1 hunts Just dbsedt euccessful- chbola Albert Bwgll1n and ohBslsterlIlss AIsle wiiO wore caUodti a Iust wee all account or tre serlbus slckoo G- youngeru bruhber entered schtpl rdn Monday and repented tJhelr- bJPt er much better Miss Dlnl1ce1Frend1 hire beent sitck- hrf two weeks past and unable to fiend tea cbiases We nre gild tjJ relmrt that sk Is tro4sv much better and expects to go bnkne hbo latter par lrL i6 week and romatn until she fully reoowe Teaci ers and students nUke miss hr ut sc4rt and wish far C1er o speedy recovery MId nl1 ehrly return to sdhtbl We are sorry to report shut Miss Lorena herd who ths nm Qt 1- IJtIdd lever over since Ohr1trna- sduyis still dick Miss Lcrenb US tifPJd student In ooPL and Is missed by her tOldleJs and sa bpl mMes They nU Iblcghe Ibr r oorJy return to sdhbO- lfihe enrollment is quite large Bud mpdly increasing Each week since the beglD11lng of the third tLrm has rneat Duke Efos Mosely Albert BauW n ItV Bean 1tt Jrtt1Ui rarer Rda n1lze VI oJ1bc1n Levi Co1C- mn end Mate B3ughn For Sale- Sev9m1hundnd acres of good farm Ingland known as the J F CoIl1nB lam dI bUUe about two miles from artftird on tae Hartford and Heaver Dam ike ao1residence property In Hart fo twotlto17 dwelling A and a- halr Acrelotfrontnig the new let H- Edepot alto For sand term app1 toW Ht or D J CollinsHart fO 22tf 1a r A OUR CLUBBING RATEST- HE I REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald1 5- Tmc REpUBLICAN and CourierJournal L h50 THE REPTDLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwPnsboroInquirer 175 THE itEPUBLICAit and Daily uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazines 135 THE REIUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN i 29YEARSbit Of Honest Business Reputation = is Back of Eve- ryMONUMENT b SOLD BY USuxus us6EOIhPROPRIETOR8 ti10wesnboro Monumental Works E 412414 B Male St Yards 21zt6Z18 Clay St us = OWENSBORO KENTUCKY t49 us Ifi Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You us = Money on All Good Honest WorK = Sloans Liniment is the best remedy for sprains and bruises It quiets the pain at once and can be applied to the tenderest without hurting because it doesnt need tp be rubbedall you have to do is to lay it on lightly It is a powerful preparation and penetrate instantly relieves any inflammation and congestion and reduces the swelling Sloans Linimentis an excellent antiseptic and germ killerheals cuts burns wounds and contusions and will draw the poison from sting of poisonous insects Price 2uc GOo antI t100 Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass UsA Sluan4 book on hone cattle sheep and pouUllent tree Better Than Free SHORTHANDInwords a minute and started in direction taking regular 1mras letters TIh1s is equal the THREE QIIONTHS wIth the old synto ns With totstem yott SAVE three months time and tuWort and MAKE three months ealary Our DookJootVll1g ts just as good Next 3ltadny we start an other class AU who enroll by Feb 8 and take the full course we GUARANTEE n GOOD POSITION or refund tuition We have had 15 calla this n1onh moro Rbrtn we could fill Enroll NOW Glwuat in Bbok keeping tt 16 woekB aid in Sireonnthsnd In i2 weeks AVrke 0011 tyrphono for speopailatter and ljs or gtat ustes Wbo e uhlrlea nvodugo 19 amonth CLARKS SCHOOL OFBUSINESS 937 Fourth Ave l isiilleKy J 4 Uitford Republican tro4 yt LI ewM tie r- XarI I SJ M MM nattier Wt 1M M M4 P CMBARNETT EDITOR J O Cumbazlats0 0- acnaC ate FRIDAY FEBRUARY tf REPUBLICAN TICKET For RepresentativeW a Dean For Circuit rkE G Barrage For County JudgeR R Wedding For County Clerk W S Tlnsley For County Attorney C EL Smith 1 For Sheriff T H Black For 8OrBernard Felix For School Supt Henry For JallerWP Midkiff Le9cbI For Surveyor C a For Coroaer Dan W King New York gamblers are wondering bow people earn an honest living Wireless telegraphy has at east made ocean travrj oa late as railway I travel Washington may not be In the earthquake zone but it quivers a good deal these days We lope the South will be able to spare Mr Taft long enough for him to attend his own Inauguration Judging from the Presidents cmes safee the Outiooka editorials will fill the entire paper after March 4th California doss cot seem jto be very much impressed by the splendid wel come given the fleet by Japan Last Tuesday was ground hog day and agreeable to the old understand ing we are to have six wo lam more of winter A house divided against Itself can not stand Respectfully referred to the organization farmers all over the country I It has been a whole week since the President sent a message to Congress or a member of Congress denounced him on the floor Writers say that Mr Kern of In diana rests under a hoodoo We are of the opinion that Mr Kern rests under the Breweries We guess the president should bave- n larger notary but it is welt to re mctnbjr that the C9 nmenturarfeh ea the typewriter ribbons The Senate is asking Mr Bene Parts questions which be does not answer nublle Roosevelt te werlngqu- etiC1ons bat are not asked I The organization tanners who bel- Ieve that two Equity societies would not be a good thing for tine trusts should be tapped for the aim plea Of course there are many Bouttiern Democrate who will not feel obliged to vote for every eminent visitor who discovers that possummakes an Inviting dish- Acoonting an Eastern a New Jersey minister marries coupes and his son obtains divorces for them That Is very good team work at all events It Is thought by marry that the on ward march of the prohibition wave will strike Kentucky good and strong about the time the Legislature meets next December Mr Tuft BlJookhandswlth Mr Rockefeller at Augusta recently This proceeding was not as dangerous in January 190S an It would have been In October lOB It has been suggested that Pfrsi dentect Taft will abolish the Referee system of selecting federal offi cers In tho South Why would it not be a good Idea to abaHeh the Referee system In the north mlle handling of federal Patronage in the North bas been no mroe bretUtablei than in the South Tbo Democrats of Indiana have a large elzed efeijfljaBt on their hands in the shape of the County Unlit LJaw In order to obtain money from tNs 1I18tltnUgovernor oral majority of the House of Representatives they promised wttto uplifted panda that ithrty would repeal this law which is so obnoxious to the flquor element of the state Now that they have gotten Into office they i am between the Devil and the Sea and will be damned If they do and t damned If they dont To aid thorn In the dilemma the Democratic State Central Cornintec has ant and sol emnly Informed the members of jf- clegirfature e that Ifceir party pledgee must be kept and the County Unit lAW repealed Tajfar wouta y 0 1t8 to eIMBMf41 fw a +ea roe tbesC sart tiraw rid Iasi rear eM urearot ed for ainteM fe Xowwber t iih yyM4ce Tobacco Sold PriB te y Jan 3fAdie8 toe 13eeeeeeaads of eoctt Rse sea MKBBMd here between Jda W H61 loweU and Jjto S Orr representa fives let the Dark Toni AstfxJor tioo aad W G Head ft the firm of Head It Soon This deal will cover the crop cf tfce aortfcera seotloa ot CaJd well at aatieJactory aeBttkrtfcai grade prices Neaotfa4k3 are siao jmdar ccbsidenattoa for iCte remaladeij et le tobacco in Caldwell aunty whcn may result fn a deal within tfce next few daysrIn adduce to ttte dual tor the totacoo in toe northern section ctf Caldwell county a deal was made by tire wwxjatiaa fcr fee 300000 pounds c tncounty tobacoa controll ed by the BBsachAkjn and about 400 000 pounds 13T one aucker Lypa oxinty tdbacco to tie LuckGtt Wade Tobacco Company of Ibulffvflte This ealetcgetfiicr with the 2000000 pounds sold to tB Imporfal Ttfcaccb Company at Gutibrie includes nil the Lynn county 1908 crop- DUMPERS RUSH TO MARKET Paducafl Ky Jan 30 Qjunty offl cers M the Planters Protective Aaso cktlca in the Western district are alarmed aver tie rtetoi of pledged tobacco to the lonee leaf sales and are lryldkrgcaesiultattone to consider plan t step the rusty and make exotntplea d those wto violate tielr pledges- J K SmltCs a planter W MorrfUll county was enjoined at Bentoni and I Slor all county officers are talking C pnnjecnUng every dumper A great quantity cf pledged tobacco is I being sold flatly on the streets at May- field it is said I The Passing era Young Man The death of Wayne Stanley Rey nolds at his lane In Ffcrdsvllle Jan nary 27 1S09 calls from the wjUk of life aj ncble young man bUdta- a future of premise and hope brings gkfan and sorrow tn tbe hearts at a fend motSer father atster and brtoth er and hosts a pall over a large cir cle of friends Oa January Its 7tb the Old Court- View Hotel WinchesterKy at witch he was bearding was destrtoedi by fire and fce was forced tit jump frpen a third story window to save big life While escaping wills apparently slight luxuries it is evident they were mite Eeriaus tfJa1 the doctors know These together with the shcick cf bis narrow escape tram being burned alive pre clplued diabetes wtolch reEultod iu dbDeluq ambHIcua young man de siring to cbtain an ldeal whictt was by no means mental he did not don fide if be realized title seriousness cf Us serious condition bis fooling heeltto and Injuries testis family un l1f faced to lore his work ppfive days before Ids death He a man d sterling wort V rungSf and courtetUnlF ng tt manly Mfeing winning as friends and ad mirers aU wtrtn fce chanced tp meet Aftef graduating frtDta tho Fords yule H1gh School cctnploUog a busl nees course at Bawling Green and Bp Bidbjg a term In the State OJlIege Lexingtoo bo accepted emplcnyanent with the Farmers Bank1MlltanKyarc from tf ere went to UietMercdants Na ttonal Bank Cincinnati OB A 6letkint Individual Bookkeeper and titter alas made individual botkkoeper In tbe Second National pink ClndnnoU His bealC net being tbe best te res- Igned tftis work and atecepted a peal Uan wltfty the ElUtaraCoilCtikieCo 6fPllM lle Ky anti later went to Winttester with the Burley TuAacoi Society There the was when fialta decreed Ws career shculd end L R Notice Tobacco Growers Acreage and pooling pledges tor the year 1909 have been Issued by the finance Commlttoo of the A S of E and are now ready for circulation It has been suggested by the members of the committee that a different system be used to pines the pledges in the Lands of parties who would circu late them to that uaU last year As no plaa has yet been devised and In View of the fact that the pedges should bo circulated at tile earliest possible convenience I suggest that parties who wBl circulate them for their lOCal or a portion of their Q- ed notify me to that effect and I will at ono forward pledges to you In this connection I desire to state that I have not a complete llet of io w Bocretailee for this yt whnd would be glad for each Becretary to furnish toy ibis name and address and carne and number of local Any member who aaslst in any way In furnish ing this Information will please do so Very respectfully CE SMITH Bcoy OWo Com Uailon A S of E I For Sale- A scholarship in the Bowling Green BusineaftOollqge A SoholarBhip ki Lockyers Bualhesu OoHoge Good at anyothejpointply at office x FwH r t t 1 RRE- P HONOR J PAID JAff Declared Mason at Sligtb rGrand Mo- At jE 1 1f9 FresideafHect Second Mss to Given Such RecognitipjtJby- Ancieit QriefX 1 4 CinciBtJatJ Feb 2 The Grand Mss ter of Ohio Mason Charts s8 Ho of Zaaesyllte hen tiedto William Howard Taft tU rare end high honor of betnj made a at sight i Judge Taft has acoepted and will return to dncnnaU on lThsn lay February 18 wnon 4be GraBd faBties will convene a Jtettogulshed and of Masons in the Scottish R d nthdral and xercJse1he Ugh prerogative which belongs only to a Grand Master of Masons This honor is so rarely conferred that there Is bugs single Inrfaate on record In the 100 years history of I Masonry in Ohio On October 18 f 1892 Asa S BushneJU cf Springfield was made a Xusom at sight by Grand Master urn C Goodale of thiscity rejJudgecome a Mason rto Past Grand Mast William D lire 1sh and Grand crsIUan Pab11Grandklhson tor honor dndge Tatt py mak tug him a Mason at eight This petition yet forth the blgh character of Judge Tuft end his dls tldguished services to the nation and the fact that his years of enforced absence from this home In Ohio lathe performance of pubHc duties at borne and abroad had prevented him from complying with the usual requIre meats of the Grand Lodge tot the Initiation and advancement of candi dateOnandMasta Hosklneoni has grant ed the reqwtt and1 bos appointed Messrs Melieh Goodae wad Bromwell as a committee of arrangements to carry out his wishes 4n a manner befitting the dignity of the occekm- lai addition to imminent Ohio Masons Invitations will be sent to the Grand Masters of all the other Stales In the Union BrownSublett The wedding of Miss Myrtle Brown and Mr Earl Subktt of Whiteeville was solemnized Wednesday evening at the parsonage of Rev Cox at I ill pot The wedding was marked by ex treme simplicity The ceremony being very beautiful and Impressive There were no attendants Miss Brown wore a beautiful and becoming gown of brown roessallne satin trbnrd in note point lace with bat to match She Is the daughter of IL C Brown a wellknown farmer and ia a most charming young woman and has ninny friends Mr Sublett 1s the son of Wm Sub lett a successful farmer and Is a PrO greaslve young man They will reside on the young mans lava at Whaien Owensboro Inquirer BIG GROCERY BARGAINS momentIfand take advantage of these mpaetjr wing prices 3 large inns Standard Tomatcs2c 4 large mac Old Fndilbned Lye Honlny 25c cans Best Grade Cbrn25cIt cans best Poaches 25c 3 cans best Salmon 2Cc 3 cans best Apples 25c 8 founds Pure Leaf lard t100 3 pounds Arbuckle Coffee fllpO 3 packages Evaporated Apples 25 4 pounds Nke large Prunes 25c 5 lOc packages of Currants 25c C pounds broken Rice 256 7 bars Lciipx Swp 25c 2 packages Jumbo Blueing Ec Regular lOc Lamp cfiimncys d- Anjtftiner else In tfo Grocery UneL at MoneySaving priesS- CHROADER CO f Hartford Ky T tyiMeetingOeralro Ky Jan 29 19091 tedkledafoer runlog three weeks Tfliore wew 66 converrionB 37 additions to Abe church and 31 Baptlud and alrtfe chrisUuns to the vicinity wondcsfullyr- evlvued Bro John M Burden of Ear llngton Ky did moot of the preach = Ing among those who Restated iatimtrttag from a distance oft was Mirei Long sad little Mies Noka Burden ie Burdweredaughtsn Olatoo Bro Burdens only llvirjyri sdagiagIsadbythe Organ IIiTWe Rev Burden Is a great I t i t riq r er ad k a 1101kbr A tit h 0rdo iL caWII lKfte IMtie rtee creakj OK Jtt I 1i1l IIhe fees a Mfe Taste 1M alas les wHfcfete Jw atea urea f 11e tte daughter Mo OrgMifaC + beAFIb Dad lm h jo-uetyiai4UWas visited wi a Bead or MCnra vrhtChs wsa aeoowpaatesdky aboutIIIIr inches tall M wow For tweajtr foUl bo irs jib Bled Bad beeai bknriafe ala iterrittc rate lrpm tie west aai Ir enbsAlasrottve drifting hJ mftiDy5ptee 1Dtioltour 01 rive ledft it e optkBbwn 8IrY tiling UBumid accompanied tbe enow a Hartford uaW some persons attou t ed to aqtltfhpm4hedrfta along the streets whea 1bYberlbisourered that it was compoeed largely at fine grit asand and was by f8EDfi thereOf ni3 ocIvelocity that a young man who was un Toadies coal from a bargeBad his face cddnIdrifted it was discovered that he remaining snow became black as cons oompoerwhatever it may have been wil furnish a good coating of fertlMz and that Qfato county is to produ enormous crops thIs coming season OIJ account of It This may soundswhat tkfcy but it is no new th4rtg As Is has beta known to happen before No one knows from whence the sand or dirt came ard M may have been blown for hundreds of miles ant may have boon cangbt up by tb winds and driven to this distance from the praties of the west where sand storms ate very common occuranoes BABY LEFT ON- TRAIN BY MOTHER Young Midway Woman Presented IWith Unwelcomed Gift by Unknown Woman Rrankfort Ky Feb 2A young married couple were on the train from Louisvilte going to their home In Midway Saturday In the seat in rofit of them rat a nicely dyed woman with a little baby about a year od Some miles put from Louis villa the lady with the baby arose and asked the young married woman from Midway if tiP would take care of the baby 10ra few minutes while she went Into the next car The Woodford county matroo smilingly con scntedi as she was very fond of dill dren anyhow She took the little fellow cooed to him and played with him for sons time Finally the train passes Frankfort and still there was no JSr of the mother The young woman from Wloodford was getting uneasy for she had to leave the train at Midway but this toped tide motbe wouid rtturn before that point was reached She was doomed ti dis appointment and whew the conductor cared All out for Midway the still had the baby ia charge She did rot want to keep the baby and did not want to leave it in the seat unprotect ed when Me got oft the train She was till und fclded what abe should do wheal the train stopped at Mid way but as the car ceased onovlng she saw a young man evidently an unmarried youth entering the car Instantly her mind was made up She took tile baby In her arms and walk ed to meet the young man and as slier waS about to pass hint In the aisle of rtthe car the hold tbc baby out to him and mldWtll you pleas bald the baby for me while I step out mtautelhe too polite to reduce BO he took the llUTu baby and sat dowjn In a seat fThe train pulled put and the qu etlon now itfwbctft did ithe young man do with the baby Np ono Iran been able to find out wfljletfaer the mother ever carne back or whether she was the rtal mother of the chlldbut was some woman paid to palm the baby off on some un sUpectlng woman like she thought the Woodford county woman was Anyhow everybody who has heard tile lKofyispraslng the quick wit of the young woman from Midway In not entirely dsterting the child et Stfjlas rid of it just in the nick of time NoneWe will begin to receive bac CQ agaiB neniMondayFeb tl1 it the Hertford Tobacco Ware iHftfC IMPERIAL TOBACCO to lyTom + larren X t- S 1 hi 4 u h- I R Y ROlJTMJt rib 1 tBLeT WISIi ItS r J Il ii IL 1IJ I I iI1 tJ 111 I TI J4 t t I j t 4 t J nev George ATroiitlJ1 aeUt l J t Washington ttoJ YrJtes t I My Wife and lAre ngl Believers in Perunau Ie 4 firlwlp t lKt WuJi1IBro YowntH 1yYflfa ala gtaaas aadlarestaoagbelieversI catarrh wb n nothing else that I tried had any effect My wile wu cured from a severe cas- andof I grippe we feel that the leas we caado1JIto gratefully acknowledge the merit of Pernna Myvwife Joins me in sending ben wishes for your success ThrOat Trenfte- Kev H W Tate 930 Lincoln Avenue Walnut Hill Cincinnati Ohio write For several year I have been troubled RESORT TOIHOLDUP TACTICS Do the Bowling Green Prop erty Owners Which May Deprive Warren Coun ty of Westeren Kentucky Normal School Frankfort KyN LOwing to holdup tactics co the pent of Bfcw j link Green property owners it te not improbable that die Western Keotuckj Normal chool wiH tbe renKmrf from that dty to Paducah nr sans mber point Its Wean Kcntucky where J Icureof Institution wtoqf jreturncdj from Green today whore he 011RBowling Green property owners are trying to work the 9It4declar I ed Prof Crabber They are asking us pricea that are simply out of all reason for a site for the building which will be erected with the 150000 appropriated by the last General As semby Property bleb 4ertotwoeth more than = lobor 125 air acre Is held at 200 and Mw owners refuse I to budge from tttelr flgurm We great ly prefer to purchase Potter Cbliege as It offers a magnWcent prospect for the school but on It too a prohibi tive figure bas been set The Punter College people ask 70000 for tthe building and seven or eight acres of ground which go with ib Now we want aboutil S acre OUiere is anioe tract lying right behhud the college but the figure that both the college and this tract would coct us if Vre paid the holdUp bates asked is 126 0001 Prof Crabbewas outspoken in de riIUIat unless the people of Bowl Ing Green saw more appreciation the benefit of havlog he State Nor flat School In their1 midst and ptov ed his appreciaitioa meubstanUalfnnn- It would rot be Ht all uoUkeiy drat the bid tulldiBg sad ate would be sold B d the testUutton would wove Isto 8 more MpT RUve community pv er 200 sew pupils have heedMtY roledaft the sflhooJ ditrtng the peat mont tr and eke gWbndauce te how over 1900 eakI pjrorIWM Isel Peard iDfiIlea tiT tool tNJ enlarge the eartieoiarasd It wlH In4 a a P t 4i t with a peculiar pamodio Rtkctlesel i I the throat Itwould seize mq luddenly and for clew minutes wonUi bo unable to peak and brealh would be greatly inteUereauh I would be obliged to gasp t breath I finally concluded that it was some catarrhal affection which probably ex cited the spurn Ii interfered with my vocation M a preacher attacking ma occasionally in the pulpit I bad heard to much about Poruna M a catarrh remedy that I dbicrmlned to try It After taking two bottles my trouble hat tfltappeared I feel inra that Pornna baa greatly benefited me r Rev P E Swanitrom Swedish r Baptist Pastor Box 228 GranUburg et1eruna J J 1caredPeriiia te Tablet erm For two years Dr Hartman aad his assistant have incessantly labored to create Pernna in tablet form and thfr trennomlabortbave been crowned totliquid medicines can now secure IVrnna Tablets which represent the medicinal ingredients of Feiuna Each tablet is equivalent to one average dON OC Pemna Atidude courses of dcnei4tc science agriculture the eetnbtcimtnt of model playgrounds and of a model rural o school The manua trarntog feature will be made one of the strong points of the institution Mien Louise Bea ley of Duller county was made prin cipal of the training school andiHss Alma Kister was employed as ptont The institution at present4s overcrowded and ithe new building cannot be heavydemands AmongtdeLOGges 4 The Red Mon have inetaUed tbelr new officers and started fnfr aI prosperous year e L P Foreman the newt Record Keeper for the Maccabees a making a good start said the boys Bay that offheThtIns r- att Rough River lodge No 110 K oC 1 P held nD tnherooilk me4tJkrg ruee= day evening and ttanoaoted bpgopd qKeownand attakes the lice of Kgb Rosooe Blender r resigned l r Hartford Lodge No 075 F A M rCtC1tNointeresting Boston was hcCd JTthete port of ithe Beard oi Control Was re Jcelvcd dlscussid at Jength and cider ed filed The report shows the finances of the two lodges to bo tagxxxl shape Mr I T Stevens of Utica lodge was a welcome visitor and made am interesting ta- lkWhy Refer to Doctors Because we make medicines allb forico = t sumpton Theytrtit THe you canaJford to troMf Ask your own doctor i atestla3oais1Seltter QA q- 1tWW j 4rJ If I ffAJe LU itJr WEJtf 1fr I A WMMJ 1f rt fralItt iNN R7rItI p tr L c r i4 I y roj 10 c d 11 r c i i r d L k 5- H 0 1iI n Ii I 4 4 i The Greatest of All Our Great Events I fg MoySevirlg Sle in orr0 BigSaleArzyorie ofSufficierit Importance to InduceYou to be Present iit ourQperixng Orl i SATURDAY JANUARY 30 to FEBRUARY 6 You can 1 afford to mess it Every article we sell will be unquestionably a bargain Merc handise bought right and at prices below competition Tlie BARGAIN event of the season in DRY GOODS CLOAKS MENS CLOTHING HATS SHIRTS UNDERWEAR ETC A sale that makes other sales look insignificant An opportunity most rare 4 4 REMEMBER THE DATE h r n Hartford Republican I upAYfFEBRUARY 6- la f I1lnoleContlaIRallroad = Ttme p f TableI Ne Il Bound Month 13onu- oNolldee05am Noltlduell3lam- No12 dae123Op UI NolCJ1 due 215 pIn No102dneepm Notal duea527I- nPArUETTIfE TABLE we Three leaTN nartford erery Sondar- motaing M 0 o clock retaroing hrrlre Thaee day When People n R Are Sick Iyweed a doctnr and tbctt the mrOi- tthing they need Is pure drugs and anExperfonced druggist to rm the doctors prescrlpUons THERE Is WHETtE WE COME IN We have bOiULthe pure drugs fwd the ttenced hiigg4et We win Wi your preBCrJpUons RIGHT snit at lIS low R ce Yon tabu Belaanywhere We a1so cony alt ktads ot drug Mpre- M Nations and Supplies nod proprtetary Dfadtofacs Give tls a trSatet Ifbe cM- IJ A Thouiag aolner- t HARTFORD DRUG CO S IncotporebeL- rOveabc l lltO durlrlg Faire Spot Qalallealer no it Naaldabei4 DCee1bpotfs titmrnlfiisrsill aturdayi- Oe I t Gdrig4laana 5o am 6c during Ftdrs- Sp 1 I tittlaeh Sale y Brngg your fura to U S rson If and get tilecaeh 25t k 5cW 1cp Areas Geode i5d ynid- at1i BotLCaSa1 45x00 yW ln rrQWe18 25o pe1r fur tag I8 Iart1ord iMJU Co will pay UO pee bushel Jongod wweet 26 FtesliNonthorusead Oat8lU Field aeedloJ 1eat Ji W Fordsi i Schroeters Studio oyer The Zepublican office 11f1 nnl GOOdIn C tsrtesfo nMds- fV jt4vlsiting pQr fathea and ui th f er Osp l1dJ 1I1J K cbx- t I Leave oULaund at OTo eY- gryguarrateeL ProlnVit rY- titJ CleveHer i 1 Rfchtiwad8eeamhatindr3- ri7eandt l i t 1 + l W1ay Jt9b EnJah- J V L fl 17aat Haci H ite tt + gIbc3 kooi f Plrtl matt iJ j fJJ TIkL B9 Y Y 1 J tt WM UNrtedstn arrartiageilie sc u aJ i llrlae4- r fwrbtgaeear jt tivf 1 hf rl J 1r w- 10 If r FORo hteee and rood wagon be a Ool 1irD Sunnydae Ky28tfFOR RE JT +DeS1mblg Butte of of lice rooms spl 4d4 locattoa AJpply at thlsofffcec ga 2Gtt We stflt have a email quantity or Cloaks and Overooata to sell nt a bargain OARSON CO We are still offering bargliDs on our odd and Pond Shoo stock OARSON CO One lot now Pearl Trieraeope Hats regu ur pr4co 160 only 100 eMhI at Fats Spa4cnslt Sale Just receiyJd a case of Pound Prlnta NoW If you WUlt bargains como QUICK CARSON CO Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford n F D No1 wlll answer i hone a1 A J Carters Concord any hour ltf Womens Sklrts nicely cleaned and neatj preszted by Fred Robertson at theY C A butlding GM him a trial Mr ODavie 3titbas with his faintly tUli1ii boDte1n the West FordSviUe neighoorilOod to the lVah lace Corm three tn11Fe east of Iiart fprdMOsrs Lnrktn lViIUinms beaver Dam L D JackropKill11ey and Fred Btanlhky d3ravei Dap d tliks A D- SUmil Bewter Dhmavoro among our- calleeeWednlesday Do you want n Ufedlke portaaIt of some dear one who Asa passed sway Dont give your small pictures to some traveling agent whom you dpnt know Got Soproefer woo the work for you 3M- fifoLEA8ErFor 0 oppt9v or ohree- ysaze a farm about b aniles beow- Hsldtbrd pear Hartford endLiver mora r Cor 4euIarwodkess A L 0an101 it 1i Cafalp root Uula yUle Ky t theIbe easisted by Rev R T Brawn of Earllngton Ky AU cordially bvlt- ed toattond- MesnB R DI irk nUf9n1 Halley E Brown and J P Shrum Rochester D C Leach and W I Shaver or the East lieaver Dam ielgbborbz od W C L11es No Qrook were among our oahern Monday Mr RQbt LAo Barnes wi Ohio coup ty bQy whka1tOa booIt ompled 1w tro- PostOtfbce Department atI WaiMng- bm alas reoentlY sebured 8 Hiss efer- to W InterSt Ct mmercti apom1a attn et iI1 increase in salary His friends liter will be gtaa t1 1JDllY of this Mr Jlt n WTaylar tie welt kni wp- pmrmUclst tormerly of Hhvtfcrd ems time Ssturdu r on B visit ttda par entc Dr andMrs J T IaS lr Iaung Inbtidrugt4uMncsa Ieite flek1 and they marve t Io drug stgre rot CIark 1Y under ue firm namee off J WTeylgr Co- 1Mr 11aybmany tJiQnd l1erewliJI tie sew firm mrcbsuccesr r IrAp J sactu grko was bore and B1 Youn g at n6vod1e r BriL7 county died at Ma n- L1ersae Dpoeatbefr8 IN1atdes eJCf 82 tench Nr latenUve iuwtla4- nli t gIyfrsaabond 1e- gae 1 v i s- er wkera 3e t1dgd fin ww a- MlrstM Ilea t aml IoiIa TbDom tvt0 e- rls Y upef song urn W Wlerous- y 1iauv t t1 iidt tLI It 5 r 6f MIlind White goods 20c and 250 l qualit tee only lOc during Thlrs Spot Qrah Sale I Dont tan to attend our Wbtte Sale Feb 3rd to Feb 13th CARSON CO Iiargaln9 in IIDU ind Gingbas In dia Linens anti Embroideries during Fairs SpotCqsh Sale JIrr and tile EdwadMillar of Chicago are vls4tUng Mm t11ler6 pIl- ents Dr and firs WaGLzndt Alexander IOLty One lot ofdens lateStyle Pearl I Grey Hats aU sizes regular 160 200 250 values only LQO at Fairs Spotcash Sale Saturday We are pa ling 22c de for Iigsth1s cOuntryIprices SCHROADER CO Hartford KyI tills Annie Lee Taylor dnngfrter- of Judge W n Taylor eattertaIued quite a number or her Mends Wed I neaday evening tn honor or tier fourteenth anniytmu7- 1Irt E P toorn bas pllrclu Bed the Rogers property on Clay strieot WICnrfry Lee Royal property on the same street I Messrs W G Bennett of the Dedtl neighborhood Jphn D Browns EUst ford Van Crubtree No Creek Byron Taylor CromWeJp S craraznbertin No Creek W P Mldkltt JroodrlY T H Tucker East Hartford Edl WI ltams Paradise and Sam Roach Rdck CtqJt and Mrs A DBtanreIds Dam arid Mre J A Bennett No Crook Were among our cafere yesterday Last SUnday night a smolt tonod Mrs Cleat Smith or the Wosldugtcu neighborhood was romping about tal the room fellon the toor and broke the large boie of his towerlJlmb Just below the hip Joint This 1sIthe same boy who tell Into an open well meat summer and was caught tn thl calf of the leg by the hook of a mrge chain that had bean ud In drawing out thn dirt Tbo Ladies of SunatlheI lve No onIlanLady Attyd GrtttinhLieut O nLady- Mhrgaret Pldppa Past Com Lady Sue Yeiser n K Lady hula Pendbeton Chap Lady FsWr 1lfaithews ttlls tress tAnus Uldy fury Sohlemmer Sergeant Lady Ida Tapi v Sentdura- lIMy Na 1Dlwck Ptcknt Ley Cute OBannoi Organist Lady Bade Wil Hams Q1pt of GuarderLy Not- a1b1I toy Sevecai of tlhemomb were absent bqt webape to have iiill1 meetingIQrrlage license slnQe lam repent W A Whtbrey Harttord to Lizzie HVySOHanrord N WIrpstcn dIeblrg fu Mary E HimAdpburg ONceEvr1y1 M4ai1ta8fJ to DeU1 Kmoitalatanase t1ertteHAm Ulan Beech Grave tol EInHt Tayldr- IIa tdoad fIDd 1T awes Sohroty iat IUttr ten ifq Ma I Neleonl He3rtfoldlyi1- lIe OternenltB O borotoomu S Sndth Ileavat Iim ilAuTYFlk l9OII Mboue t Hnsar + K4imbley Small- kpnysONjj rI llL Itotllala maartJ Ur1j It owberlsletw it t vr l rt J I ft k TOO ABSURD TO PAYITTENTIONI- Was Charge That Roosevelt Struck Miss Rhodes Horse The Young Lady Denies that Any Such a Thing Oc curred President Roosevelt lies broken the ailonco of over two months In author whllelhOl8ea group and struck the Norse ridden by Miss Rhoades with his crop after crlUcls lug the girl for not giving him tho right of way The denial was prompted liy the receipt of a letter rrom the mother ot Miss Rhoadeswhich quotes her daughter as saying that DO such lncidtnt ever occurred Mrs Rhodes exprooied wonder that tOO President did not deny it inasmuch as It Is being ueOO on the floor of Congresu for purposes of attack on the President President Rooseveltsaid that he con Bldere4 the ltory too ubsutd to pay at tendon to It- Tbeletierfrom drs Rhoades which was addressed to the President and bears date of January 27 1909 is lIS follows Minn May Rhodes whoseRhorse It lne been widely re ported you stru 1111e riding in the park lpst TDianksgivingdaymost- empbatioaUy denies any knowledge or such eii occurree ce and as It is nedorsuch Importance as to lie ro fervid to in Congressmay I be permuted to oak you why you do not deny tliie storY7 Y1 sinoerely- ELIZADETH M RHQADES It will be recalled that the reportn of tilts allegod occurrence fit first tailed to dtlsooso the Identity of Mel young lady whose horse had struck This was no doubt tOr he purpose ot preyentlng a denial from her But Otter the lapse of some weeks a rebuhnl of the alleged In cident embrucOO the name of the lady As the President sale TO the Juan of only ordinary tntplllgnce the sto ry was too ridiculous to beboleved and it ohteJned InoopUvQ eurrency through thu critics of the Px esktctnt- owly It Is now In order for the two by rour89i welt ps the mere expanded mallgnersto go to and u they pos S a degtoe of magnrimlty they shoukd gtv9 currency to the denial of Mrs Ijhoadee ihioh as yet but taw of thorn hake done IHeaas Evidence 10 Court Uaexicted and untortunatefortheMaine party kltereeted of yotmgEd JUmes in nudge W H1 ll1ayms oouJ1tMonday IJjtU1e ohacgo of mngfutlyU takIng cpropellty without tx1km1ous Iintent he tine linolUasst iW810 Itltens thllt young Runes In corn any to compnnlo lIj was Jln- g tQte residencee of Tire James K Jlvi1JgllIIb tntle tlof HtlrKond- whrmti 4Y es dlLnf i+ looldng dreti- tin Kiag e3yardItte said tlult one Of the Tsg mew dared HloleI t- qr step over the rence and capture the hen Ilimes took up the Mane atp- turd the hen and was returning wlta- 1h to hIs chums when young Herbert King observed the maneuver and called to Himes to drop the chicken Himes paid no nttentJon to him and young King forthwith grabbed apIs tel ron out and captured Himes and the ben Th older KIng tl lM trik charge of the disputed propenty and young King marched flumes to tcat the point ot his gun and present ed him before Judge Taylor Ilhe hen was also brougQJt along as evi dence Himes bond was fixed jot 100 which the executed and bin trial wag set for Monday No regular trial wan gone through with but the case was compromised as wew have said The then was slid to be wlarth abut 75c It Is rciorted that ycunl Himes and his companions were joking each other about their bravery und a teh had dared the pther to get the hen from- Mr Kings yard and it was to show his bravery that tho procured It A Surprise Birthday Dinner A surprise blrtihday dlnner wan given to Mr E Well Thrd living near Oakland Ky by his oUldren on Jan 27 TlbSe who were present and bmugbt well filled buckets were Mrs Luther Miller and three chlldrenMrs J S Ford and throe children Mr MartIn Heflin wife und baby Mr J A Nelson wire and daughter Mrs Anderson Byers and son Mr J W Ford wife und QllLldrEIl Mr David Ford Misses Jessie and Ada FWd All spent Q most onjoyalble hy Hope all will live long and enjoy life and meet again same sweet day U not at the suue place then In a better land One wtao Waa There e fi EfiI fi WHITE SALE i fi bst fi = This is your chance to secure first t tfiandIt= pertaining to this class of Merchan = 4qdisc We will also place on sale same date = a handsome selection of Embroideries = 4i Insertions and Laces We have these in bit = all widths from the cheapest to the = i best bt bt ifi Sale Will Begin- Wednesdayi Feb 3 i bt = And continue for 10 days only Will not = attempt to quote prices but will offer fi special inducements on this occasion bt = Now get ready so you may be first that t= you may get pick and choice = btfi= Remember the Date and Place fi bt = and DontFal1 to Come- R U tlf UII Carson 8CO1ft tIru orpora cc1bitbit HARTFORD KY r fsl1r f fi i f f 5i x oruthisEt IA cITY iIIUR8 i Igk aid Jew Officials ANtp MJIiceltoj o Soon after the news of the death of 4hB Eraperor and Empreiw Dowager eras con lrm d official proctoniatiooB i receisfiued toaanottofe the pwpto lion observe the mourning rite tAlli feptdvitles were ner ilcitcdi and mutecal Instruments were not allowed to gladden the ear The high and low officiate proceeded lot des aatoplacea to weep and the people generaMy had wecptng places BE6ig ed thUD The taiblotBof the departed stove eIgnn were pBJced In chess places iLccelve be obeifanco of the jnouroere The Gay ernment schools bave euspended for Borne days and the students go about with white girdles wound tihelr waists In most of the achoote both native anldm4 kin memorial eervicee were hold Oa the streets lanternS with blue letters are nanaing fromncoiily every whop and there te agreat display of white burning TieBlgnr board 4 ore draped with it and It Is rotlchled over tho street In places and before moray of the Bhtapfronrts The motitoes The whole empire mourns Tine empire veep9c are Irooly used fine poJlce wear white badges on the left ann Girls wear white In their Inair Alt tiered buttons on mens leaps have been replaced by black or blue Red Is tabooed Often 4b a red letters on sign boardiswIU be covered iwitto white paper posted over them All marriafeea are forbidden tor a month There was great buetUng in hurrying up the marriages which were near at hand Justbetore and even after the proclamwitilon forbidding them was Ussueil aa CieydCd not waniti to wait othe end of the mourning They did not use the oJaiborato wedding gar montB or emplo the usual red wedding chair in thchurry And Some economical people took the occasion to marry just because the expense could be greatly snled by not using the ordinary prwphrrnaUnHowS We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for arty also of Catarrh that cannot be CUlt U by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O We the urmeifcigned hove known F J Cheney for tine last 15 years und believe him peiiecUyi honorably in all business trunsmotform and finan cially able to carry out any obliga lions mode by his hum WALDING KINNAN M1ARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Cuturrb Owe is token 1n ternally acting greatly upon the blood and mucous surface ot tie system Testimonials sent free Price 75c vet battle Sold by all DiuggJMfl Toke Haile unlly Pills for con Bllpaitlon m I Commissioners Investigation You have heard about President Roosevelts commission to investigate country conditions among tine woun fry people A Kanras paper Is not friendly and as evidence this As what it saysr The commission Appointed by the President to nose Into the business of the farmers and tell them what a bunch of ignoramuses they are is about to make a report The report will actually be trade if the commit teo Is not mobbed by Indignant fann ers before R hnsUmo to finfeh the work The commission has been trotting around over the country tit the expense of the government for a month and as a consequence has discovered thugs the matter with the farmer that the farmer himself never dreamed of Chief of these Is the deplorable social conditions of Vive ffirmcr And it is indeed pitiable It Is Eoldoin ithwt the f mmer rave mid night suppers with chorus girls for they seldom H onU a million on act resses as those Wgh in social Hfa are wont to do Neither do they buy nillion dollwr yeiicta and soil tio seas with dooks end uris ns the society nUHlonnlres do And it is seldom in dcdthnt bey have ecandnls 4n thIgh society ns the best people back Foist do Their social condition Is indeed deplorable although tJe committr Islnotants of Ilusfiii oriTtjo Bars ol ro Philippines It will be evident how ever from tine report of tKs si Jc glove comnirttce tint the farmers are a very uncouth and uncivilized set of purple and it may be that Ue com mittee will go to the halt Jf nsk frig that missionary money mny be If collected to c yiHzc them AT1dIlhIJ dmo opnwnlttiee truth compels us to say rtlAt It Ve aforetfljd commiJKftI JJHS ireto keep its hide whole and t garrnerts UnmUdded itr Wbtb wllf do wekf to refrain ifrom rli Bto- the roml trlcta after the report U out Washingtons pla ueSpou loW matehy d tie ofrsmalaik g nne TOew Semi cause chllte fetor andague Wlitpusnees feteeelaseltude weakness aji get- tfernebUty and brtife dCert Bi or to urtLnd yearly Bull EJlec trio BtttoTB never taU to dettoytlchrn- and cure material troubles They sac the boat allround tonic wed ewe or- makiraI ever UECd write R M Jmesof LoueHesn S C They wire Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood Troubles and wdtl Prevent Typhoid Try them BOc Guaranteed by all droggtetsms The Noiseless Gun In this age of antilogy we have grown Used to the horselew carriage the wlreleee telegraph the fireless cooker and other contradictions of fundamental principle but the noiseless gun comes with a shock twliie Ing Its action upsetting as It docS the traditions of a thousand years or moredestroying to a large degree the roar of cannon the crack of email armsthe malicious purr of the machine gun and the pther attendant explosive sounds which go to make up the noire of battle and producing new conditions and problems in warfare which are revolutionary to the ex treme writes Captain Earl D Church in the February number of the Na- tlonalGuard iMngazlne And all ot this is brought about not by the discovery of a new powder which would require an entire reconstruction ot arms to meet Its reactions nor by tile invention of a new gun vaJw ed vented und gaschambered as might be Osslbleboth of which wotfd render obsolete every arm of whomever calibre now in existence with a cal amatous loss to the world running Inn to the Wlilons of dollars In thence essary rearmamenton the contrary the most radical results arc obtatadd by the Invention by Hiram Percy Maxim of a Silencer so constructed that it can be affixed to any gun made without rebuilding or Interfer ing with the principles governing the action of such gun The Silencer Is a simple device for screwing on the muzzle wMTn a series of vortex chambers Into which the gas is diverted and In a whirling motion In a plain perpendicular ito the ont ginal line of flight behind tho bullet The motion gradually diminishes until complete Inertia results reducing by actual test the sound of n guns discharge by 97 per cent Captain Churchs account in The Notional Guard Mbgazlns is the first authentic account of the lovcn Lon published by express permission of tLe inven tor a Twas a Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing ia Fedom Tenn A mans life has been savpd and now Dr Kings New Dltcovery lathe talk of ttie town for cuniitig C V Popper of deadly lung nemoiaihifees I could not work nor get about ho writes and te doctors dldj me no good but after using Dr Klugs NpwDJsrovery three weeks I tees like a new man and can do good work again For weak sore or diseased lungs Ooutjtw and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever Lagiippe Asthma or any Bronchial affectilon it stands unrlvjUed Price GOo and 100 Tidal Bottle ree Sold and guaranteed by nit drug is Sold and guaranteed by aJ drug gist m Standing Fat The Tariff plank of the Republican platform is In effect the strongest demand tara prohibitive high Jrar Hf over put in the national platform of any party and Mr Tufts speech of acceptance is a little stronger than the platform plank for he frankly suggests the revision of certain schedules upward At the Republican convention a minority plank demand lug a Tnrltf merely equal to the I- Crercncebe1ween the cost of produc tion at homo and abroad was kick ed out of the CoinnnKtee ou Resolu tions by a vole of 52 to 1 and out of tbo convention itself by a vote of 952 to 58 A minority plank favoring a Tariff commission WIB bundled out of tho Resolutions Com initUe and tile convention itself b the figures ulieady namcdCoIi1ers1- Weekly I SURE CURE- For All Disease ol STOMACHLIVER S GGtIONs iS 1 IIErSEAT1N6iANITSer Hints KtilngFr t We Eat Knirerrtl 4 Fork Size fui 1k eeeme no mhitter ihow TeflltirHln- ed tour Children jme feey iIoccasionaily tort a tebVaciajh U1 betoro becoming quite fainttjar the proper handling of knife spoon Hero IB a atuy we havo orII tested ours Cut n piece of white oilcloth clout 10x12 laciifca iy this upon ob t0Mec1Othand putover- fi 1t 4pl ce of 4nen 2 IncAea larger eadiiway e icr bemstilched or frting ed If a marvel of foodi faNs tine protfiotor 1s enid ry lempved and your cloth emalnB fresh undi clean This iltfJo d vic raves conitddrabto work and whtiitog sad roiling JthetiiB EO much hero there are a couple of chftdrensAnother hint is this Illrtto babies eufp irequentiyifrom colic moiaeiswoBdcr why U is cosy to tee ff they would only ueo a Crttitie more judiffmfot tit IB often brought pn by- lakingi l food t o + is In be irrevontcd to a gienit exert if tec nipples are examined before puTcfcas Inli Choose those with the veiy small esc oienihB8 or baJUjr tlldjfno open lug it all making toe oiicnliig yourself wlOh a clean darnililj needilte or a feel knititlug needle red how Some people Jt an Imftinis boMoJ kid yca evtm mold it up ftrsdghit tJho milk comes SO fast they cboketheir lili itto tenie and if It dots not 11 dgrnCon and colic follow Hereafter we bow sowly you can get tie liixlo andlyouseif from much luuiio trouble Wiben children are really hungry tiey generally try to eat very fast do all In your power to ev ixx men4iJs tab it aa 6t la one whijohi inivoiriabiy grows with new Food token Into the otumnoh too fast does not dilgest pnop CTtliy fcnmentaitilon takes iplace and they grow hunfiiry BgnSni before toe feeding time cornea and then you are as worried as the poor children The Old Woman Wus it you young man we heard using those words when speaking to your motier The old woman A nice plhaee ItO be using alxmt toe U tir soul who kept her vSgil over you in your infancy Idssed carry your tows in ohildiiood und remains your trust ed frforid jai mutury Is teals all tune love you have for iirds sdlvorwvired mother who La ihcd your BooibCng bmw all tiiroutoh tine JOBR tleepJests nlgctB of odlMculon when your brain was wild with burning fever la thcie no oflier reran you tun find for her MiiOSe love iae followed you tnixugh every tried tribulnfion rind misfortune ol your life Has inoler through all these years of tebor watching and waiUclg boon iwafittlng her love on a worttofcaa bunch of clay who in rile rosy dawn of limn hood bos no other term more fitting than tile old woman by wtott to address or speak of hla mother Math er young mats is the Bweeteatoame in all tJe iwoitd and nhbuldj bo tb old in reverence by every boy Jibe itaw is coming v1cn her feeble hdoido IIvt a- be folded her wotthful eyes ttoecd and toe his once vans with mothers love will be cold hdte fond heart whose anxious beatings once followed your wayward feet will be tttilled forever So while you urn Oil her moldier you will miss ilier wiacm the Is gone Remember what she has suffered for you When every friend ads forevikcn yOu onoiCier is RB true ns steel And now teat vita da step by awp gohfe down lifes other side to near One winters edge arid to etcp aclUB rom tort that old ago by tperikung klndy and affctttrntrfely to fcer tad inokts her feel tt life wan not lived 1J vjtcn find all Ohe too crib out reccou pease Laid titer geraVy uiougih old age end when you sheik or tcrtor W auyWbedidwrinMcd brow acid say mriaorucrt in a way relay her for the many Jicnri adios tio has suffered n your bdjelf Sine to uor fcoiOity and tee rho ligiiC of love come to bcr eyes pa sfie leaks errtmn WJlriftll ttfematte ofu i- auget twlPMJ k J 0 tVEI iC tnO reversed t3liceapf Mn Teoe cb Oom 8s t 1Iil from Helary owigtiy i dtnee lone dugMCpcan Tobacco dompany UJT iiho pedal- stmt s2 tHiderilhhaddtfftstVia= tube ojjjlSSO fthd Me fury rougU4n a veiet tQrtfUOOrTh courii 40 c iy Qtr K ftqItr 4he CSSe 4m91 dootMon 4n iblie lawnjiaalionai Httryel er case dedded Iasi week tend rays th using hi drat raw cYntiolS ljytibis caw ln either worm count dIo ldu ttuvt toiUn Jndictahont or penal suit against ran Hll R combina price fiolowlls ffciiSf vutiue x5Tlh88 ale satloawaa not made against thai AWert cam Tptairco Ocmitxny Jn the Henry ootmiy 1 caw HeittJ the rcvtntl of the Judgment the c6tfrtboldnr ail H dCd JHBt week KJbUt tie act of 1909 and the met of 1S90 ore not Ineona met but that such an legation must be made and proven before a Tecovffry can be had b- iNotlce 1 By order of + tie Ohio County Fjecal Court PiUesowfngu1scrfUon on the Hanford A Qwensboro pike are- dlieotodto call on John T Moore Treasurer 6f Obto cuntyt and t settle Borne at their eorlleet convenience 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ofrAppoala Special at i tentlon given t jcrlmlna practice ahdj jto collection Office In old Republl i building on Center street JT 7 JNO B WILSON ATlORN YiATflAWt HARTFORD KYwSpecial attention given to collectfon making abstracts Ac also NotaryPub lie for Ohio county Office north aide public square R B WEDDIN- GAttorney at Lawif jHARTFORD KY uwin practice In the State qnd Federal Court Prosecute claim for pensions Kto Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Public for Ohio county Office over Williams Drug Store M L URA V1UN EIIKIWT WOODWAK HEAVRIN WOODWARD IiYHARTFORD KYi riaaltCourt of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collections Of flee next door to Bar of Hartford ffYANCY L MOSLEY 1 i ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeal Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank 7 W n BARNES 8 A ANDERSOn t BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhave I Itics of Law In all courts State and Federal with offices south side ot Main HartfordKyaffecting Title to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In MaW H BARNES ottlcI t ft Ai AND 4 W TftAIiIIIMUtKa pram or DO te WtoblaljTCNT I ovuIId1lTOQto ttonaUASINGm ProtlCahle tawrxto 03BOB wwle r INASHINOTOND PIO s Lr re f KiLLTHECUGwAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr KingsrlaNew Discovery tr 1 FORC DS TrWSoteeuFra ANa All THROAT AND TROUIlES rib OUA1tAXTDD SAn81A Oa1O1S HONEY KKFTJKDjm i j9CUREDA rDDEi Daadmo aadfraryrq1redrlee how b obFln w T eonrtI1wN ALL COUNTRIES f y t WadylqIoIIIIIIU1fflJN Ir Iefrtswu PrH tieiEx N rrwq lgr YaIW Maui Peennty WASHINBTON C l r ur 1 pt LtiYflsisOYBROTHER flilkt Help latHlDdfor rpcker tS Ander Ii foiof0wensboro 1 J ran Oitlen boro Dispatch yaJUs BId wither conitinned nor de DIed by toes in a position to know ibM AYIlUam K Ain S deraom a Detroit Ditch iban 1 kef tea tattered to pay off nil fm- obpgaManeot e 1f M brouher 18 Ant Idetsen to ipe Vie County Bink fLDiIl rrust Oompahy on condition that t S Anderson be pardoned T 11 te PJW under ecntencci I years oonfinement Jn the eIll1 ltsatdal7farswerTg ito ft tales gtato It meat ef the hank of whdch ho was for merly president The false BlaUnnenitt I j was in iresard to bis personal obliga i tions to the InBtMuMon t Meet OweneboTo people hmo haY heard of the ropooitlon from Detroit believe M to be true as W K An derson Is a wealthy man fend is also passionately fond of his older broth I er now to the Davies county Jail JIll iderwch a heavy Beralonce The debts J Pi of Mr Atodereon kind those of his fa imUy om whddh the is solo indorser amounts to 130000 It is known here that W K Anderson could easily pay this jMnounft end it is believed that cbewould give as much for the tree dom of Ms brother As the debts of T S Anderson end Ms family make one of the largest holes in thee assets of his bank theI depoaUors are enthusiastic about the acceptance of ithe proposition In order Chat they got na large a per cent as possible on tholr claims The attorney j for the Stale to the recent prose cutionliave not expressed themselves r s TS Mdasan fa sixtysix years old and bis Detroit brother is only a few ryoungerCMan Can Guide the StormC flto guide ithe storm bids fair to faU wlltta the power of man A case in wihdch the course of a haaistorm was determined by fthat of on electric transmteslon lino is recorded In Vau oluse FrancehIThe over an area about one mile and a half Its direction carrespondended to that of 45000volt thireephase transmission line vhich i has been operating for tiers than a I t year rphe Nab is roughly parallel ito a ohQlni of mountsiine 1000 to 1100 mj 4 tars thigh about 3300 feet called the Luberon which bos a altitude of from i 206 to 400 meters 650 to 1300 feet andls situated from tour to fivet a IdlomietorB two to four imiSeaj toutI of ta lAiberon A number of narrow l valleys run down from the chain and are cut at right angles by the tine 4It was observed ithat the Taloran one encoumUjiring at its start one Of the l fiRUeys at first oIlowed It toward the u then crossed tf1 point wiuereithe bankgppoorejddno t the course of the tefleotrlo Urwwhloh it had riot completely I Cdleml then foltawod the latter Closely un S trIijomost strongly ta the vlci nity of the line docreaBlng BmdualbYt I pn either side Atithe center ot thie 4i strickierjzjxrje along the trace and following the contours of fcfo Bleotrio cables eke hall tell wiithout Jahn dur ing nearly a quarter nit am hour wfeSle t atthetwo sides It WaS accompamded by 1 wttBw etonma to thto region gener allefrrin ISre bpvq Alrebl4an to dint wmlch ghdnr071b tbol4 ad Oh IoutIlirtaglnig hail Ttdd onevaonB that the abtilon of the current haaTeome offcot In eittractlng and 11 I direogngt1iC tarn Aiand owner About i00 feet from theeables J1ed haying seen near t the cabrt1f three gust ibaitls itwloo tbJl BlsftoJ a masts beadi wbklh remained at Bu nd dl orW moment arid phew ex ploited tovmedlartjcly before the tell off d E i I Doings In Muhlenburgyp- tCapt z fd Stn will soon go to t FnwWort fo ppTforHfhta dufy asone pf the eecrerfcries of the State Beard In of iuaYzrWlon Seme de tetog dpne by- 1docgtnst wkfettSi torce tut Mooru muT five milcB north of here pa the nevi MBjifabfeivHli Hill orddlr EairSarh i- ntiliroad Work is being pushed BC r tiaHttto Iiits L KIfs e peci0ed to have the care runralne r on ifee line early iibto summer A 4 tan by the name of Dillon at Uv Tmore tFriday kept the wires i- hotielephpningto up iantt down the line gjNirun mRY wltli his wife and 350 in The laathelrdLo Dillon be- weeepeaddngtafs or buggy franinus aettvUle to 1k s11iug Gfefin trafc con a P necSJeabelng to atow North was In tli I1gwNng ddeem JoiOhapmani Isle of Beaver ISti U- haaieased the Konrto prjverty In ly Norta Otntii1City oA opeswd i1 Llrattarot eneaal eYefs FTdIiS IsaD- a t J t w y I 4 vh J i fuLL 2ff fntprmeaneak for that prat of fae city Cqri whtob tM aka6 of fb t L ysman4r-I will make a Valuable BtBd4 4ozrct buciBbas of air + J tine a number of pronrfheait fC raUroad9fLJclaLs lave been in tflils chty jthe grcBitor pert ot tie week The party was beaded by Supi Bagaai Y1sortmoa9dl line chandc They wetly looking over th road in thte vicinity and in pecid tho facilities here for fcandline Was and ass We undenstana Klaa Ipwill soon comment doubleitmackirig from Paducah 4p Fultpaiijaidestenelvo yards are to be open ad there wfoteh It will take years to ioalpDste Un til thattimielt tetbio intention of tt company ito use the yards atCen tluetriblll4oa tm the Bid there ands the prtesen I wfU be put in good condition A quantity of coat will ateo be etored here Muhlonbure ArlGttsct VegetableseBOW ta Ibe hotbed depends largely OIl the lo cation the kind of plania and we way in which the plants tub to be tisA successful tomato grower saysb he economizes hotted1 cpaco and bor by growing his early plants ready for the ticknight where the is sown GOO plants to IJha Bulb HeI usually tows hie eeed aboutteantd die of March and the plants set in the flsM from the 1st to the 10th of May and about the 10th of JulyS the first fruits ate emit into market selling at from 10 to IS oonits per berry basket nrtall or from JlBO toI 2 per bushel orate rwholeasletHe sows the seed in drills 8 in ches apart or five roes to the sash using a llbdral amount of seed When well started the planks are Ohlnn lUto about lOO per row The bed is carefully ventilated without severe drafts during the day end at night covered with sjraw matstIFor the first three or four weeks Is tho growth is very rapid as the to weather becomes milder th4 plants are more and more exposed to the open ale oral as the time tot trans diaws near water Is with eld so that on sunny afternoons Uhe plants have quite a wilted took hut the result is a line lot of plants measuring from 8 inches to a foot in height with hard woody atoms blossom buds showing and tough leaves that will withstand a light frost should one come- tIn satotog thoM plants Jn tee 121d they ore laid in shallow furrows tops away from the prevailing winds a little eodl is drawn over the tools foot pressed on the spot wihile the cy teat ot the stem is covered ell but 3 or 4 tadhes of the top wiloht 4s turn ed upward The footprint la left op to retdeve a pint of water which la tor la covered ito prevent evaporation Tttius treated fthey ecancaV droop and scan the wiholo stoat underground Is covered with rootlots resuMng in a ifeorous growth IbeQtnedOIbytoes egg plants or Devon peppers ber are tho 1st of April Nettlher Is tin elthHOMEMADE MIXTURE TO END RHEUMATISM Simple Advice and Directions to Prepare Effective Medicinemv Toro ove iie worst forms of Reu motion take a iteaspoonful iot the el mixture after cash meal and bedtime Fluid Extract Dandelion oae half ounce Compound1 Kargtm one ounce Compound Syrup SurenpariUa three ounces These armless Ingredlonte ran be obtained from our ipme druggists and jn are easily mixed by staking them well ere a bottle Relief Is feemeroUy fete from the first dew doses This prescription fascist the dogged Inactive kidneys to filter and strata from ithe blood tho poisonous waste too dr MId aide solid which causes Rheumatism As Suieumattem Is not only the jfie moat painful and torturous disease but dangerous to life l7afd sample recelpe to will co doubt be greably valued by sufferers Ihew at tome who ehbtlldat ones prepare the mixture to of this relief lit te snid that a penaon who wouldea take this prescription regularly a dose two dally or heYeer a hew tomes a week would never foaTec eterJoua Kid nay or Urtoary disorders pr Rbouumr Em yCut tots out ad preserve it Good- 10aetisis idi pcaertlonaa wahlettaeal relieve sib strove indeed aad grim you need it yourweat A bad Iftl t a I t trl t 1 f 0 ctJ w HY1tNIC nOW TO1 MAKE A BED If Smooth and Neat It Makes for Real Rest of the Occupant k elatent people think they know how to crake a bed But do they I em not sure about Jt for tt to none well understood Unfete the wetrl tea Is Cry damp In the antomlDlg each counterpane b kdt sheet pillow and bolster shoo bo removed and spread where they may get the air and sun and allowed io remain bus for at Icnst aniUour beforeinPut on thoybw hailtetdoabllrto out Itfie wrinkles luck It in at he footthem one side then the other being careful ito put It wroteunder dine mattress and not tihe spring Next spread the upper sheet and do jbe Isuret is tucked snugly under the foot of too inatUross nothing la more un coonforruUo than to have lie covers oosen from the bottom on a cold Tto blankets one followed y the counterpane Haw thesto perfectly straight tuck in that Uie moot turn overevenly at the top sad tuck the sides or flour spread Is b fancy one let It bong loose SomK like too turndown made before the spread la bromight up Place the ibol to pbsSilton and the jrfllowsneut upon it to silt individual taste When performing told important part a days work do not forgot ito have inattrcFB level at Che start or your bed will not look straight when finished in spite of your best efforts Have you ever gottea into a tied anode by a careless atoll perhaps in n hurry when you were not feeling well No Follow this advice and your fa roily es well as friends will agreeI Is an art in bedmaktng Tlbere nojblng worse stir the nerves than lie on a wrinkled sheet Tame Partridges iMdss Eliza Hanson of Austin Ky sot patnldge eggs under a hen laai summer and hataheid quite a drove of young oneS and five out of the bunoh lived to be entirely grown and have become thprougfaiy dOnvastoJjDnted She will raise front the domesticated The quail teed and roost wIth Uw chickens but through the day etay a consider able distance from the Douse but at he least disturbance they return to the idbickens for proteoUon and al ways return at nlfehtfall to roost Miss Harrison hw beep offered a fan price for too birds by parties who arc Interceded in their culture and who want them to experiment with but up to the present eiue has stead fastly refused to part with themt The Cost of Bad Roads Aggregates 3JOOOdiH0 It Is stated that there are in the Sines 215QOOO miles of roads which 160000 miles are im and ttao remainder nro made alter the manner of the soil they traverse and ttoo meJhoda of itho build It IS not ibo much to aver and e averment wHl bo sustained on oath by any owner of an automobile ofofnst horsea In the country that our roods furnish proof tabackward civilization llbe 8 tdcl- ans of the Agricultural Department find it easy to prove that the yearly moving of he trope and other pro ducts having a Agrees welgbit f260t 000000000 pounds over poor roads Inc valor Ao reach points of tale or M costs tine owners 300000000 more than would the like movement over macadam sadroads This sontof argument totsghi to create a public demand tor betted roads and itscrys tallzation into a consumnmtlom devoutly to bo wishhThe Jury It Is seldom tJjat jbourt prooecdln99 have furnished more unique Staito of affaire the eelecUpn of jury ito sit judgment on the tr1a1nt too Ooop the al murderers or Sonaitor Cormack In the first place one juror had to be excused because ho woe sot feting from an Impediment in ltids uaodertaking oared by having Imbibed mush conversation tnvigor An pilfer one was objeotod to because the tat before ho area celled on e Jury had celebrated hB hnndred birthday and the Judge promptly decided let the boy jbo o oueed After six jurors had been solcetctf shed kept to gather by the Sheriff Over sdght one them promptly Informed eJudge s when they fllad Into tho count room a rly the next morning that it ltad long bOOn his wont to take a little mountain dew overy rrJordln just to steady1 his nosrye and that he could not budge a peg till too Disked hte toils with a looming toddy The count toforimkl Wm that the matter R would bELlooked a5t rand hi should wtojury Was wltlrifli iwa a from theouurt iI It I f J I rpotia Ito Sbwltfeoon reCurrSeaiwl ato1Vutvftanet argued the iaWV Toe coUnt duM fata jto let UiemplBT bards and roll yrontwtoWhcnh9 eeemed to be in a bad lame or andi told too Sheriff to Ten Judge to BO to the derdl lam biaay to Eeryp w a juror When was brought In under am attachment the court Win him to tit down over there Ill not send you to the dovll soaltooJu- rOr was accepted 1h had not rmrl a newspaper for twentyeigihti years and SaardaeN ct Special Commissoners Sale Ohio Quarterly Court M L Heavrtn Plaintiff vs A F Stanley etc Defendants By virtue of Judgement and order of sale in the above styled cause I wl lon Monday Feb 8th 1909 at the office rooms formally docuiafod by Dra Sanley nnd Taylor till the Hartford R publiun bullddng 1m Hartford Kentucky offer for sale bile followinge ficribcd property or oo much thereof as may bo necessary to Ktfflsfy tho 00dclfllldmtto 17130 with interest thereon from tho 23rd day of Sept 1908 until paid and cost of the action and of Wits sale Said property will bo sold on a credit of three months ito the highest and best bidder Purchaser will be requited to execute bond with ap provdd security bearing interest from date and with force and effect of sale bond Bald property Ja described as fellows 3 book oases 1 desk 2 couches 1 stand table 1 dresser 1 chlffouiex2 wash stands 1 operating chair 1 Deitz olecttdc machine 1 dot of window curtains 1 ibedatead and bedding 1- nstrument apse 1 hot air mao1ne 8 chairs 3 rocking stairs volumes of books both medical and literary and Bid other property now located in sold rooms belonging to the defendant A F Stanley This January 29th 1909 R B MARTIN Special Com No Dltcharg MngBle said the Inexperienced young thing to the cook the biscuits Were n sight If you cant do better next time I will have to discharge you Ye will will yeT Maggie retorted Ill have ye know mum that Ive bin workln out two years an Ive work ed fer eightynine of tho best families in town an I cant never bin dis charge yet Imleavln this afternoon for a better placeJudgeNone Pop IIYes my son When a person saws wood it means hey say nothing dont In Yes my boy And do women ever saw woody fNo women believe that sawing wood is a mans WorkYonkers Statesman To Make Them Smart Mr Pedagog Is an oldtlmo teacher He believes in tho rod to brighten up boysWell isnt that the natural way to make them smarty The Burned Church Jim regarding damage to church by fire Good Job It wasnt a factory Bill Bill Youre right mate Only t eno man put out of work and he 1 Jraws his moneyPunch 1 Trying to Mak a Hit Judge Do you acknowledge the brought before the court of throwing your wfo to the ground and knocking her head repeatedly against the floor Prisoner evasively I was only trying to mako a bit with her your honorJudgeA I I Bin sorry my dear sir but I neg ated to bring my surgical instnu meats wthroe- That will be all right doctor The 5 who has been In the thcellarchange The Fatted Calf That mighty unfair trick of killing the fatted cat tor the prodigal causesdmore family rows than n earth except the division of fathers money Atchlson Globe Out of a great evilmay come a great food Italian Proverb I In Memory Of Albert M Acton tb aloe Worn near Oktto a4 Ohio OQMoty April 2- 61879Atter ot receivine a comanan edudBitfonj and Madhtag sever t Bctaoibas be atten4ed uhf university eb Vafttradso lad wibfere ho v- graduatieA W phanrfetoyi In 1901 Af k- terward hia tocated Ini Chicago at lees ho beotoe prominent in business and sodt1ctreles On Jlamwary 22 1908 h Mr Acton wias married to bliss Lena Mliw Wf near afeieanv sftWm Wo leaves bile death togetiher at- tSinoura ith VfaWliter and tfcreei elslers and hOBtffitrtends and r rektlvea On December 111908 hte was flak w T il t t n If THE KENTUCKY r CotooINCORPORATEDtWILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE AT COSTS ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN I REACH I FaG BJSLRRASS Manager ifffOI I I I I I I I I I I Southern Agriculturist NASHVILLE 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year Post 1 year including Atlas 350 Address all orders for both papers to THE REPUBLICAN Hartford Ky If the Post only is wanted address The Post Louisville Ky en seriously ill of pncumopla at his thfame in CJhitcagto and cm Jtmuaany 1909 fhds spirit took its flight to e God Mlhp gave It All ws done that loving tends add anttdloallskill could dia but ta aka Mull Gcdl sadd come anti we fcbd to give him bp He had tang been a Bible stu ent but was not Balttsfled wittil this rellgfloua experience until durngj bds last illness when nib laps mtulo oJeUr and be died leaving the blessed assur ance tibia all won moB Albert Acton ia dead 0 cruel word I OH it be true that never agate ini tiblls life 7ro dhbll see his kindly face pr foal the friendly pnaspII his bland llow our tleart btablea said our eyes become n fountain of tears BB din mind reverts tics tbe bereaved pins of fhlat bJousatlold but e can only aJmmoud Ales lefts tibio t nds kit Him who Is tioia wteq to err kind toot scpd to b wrqng Jtay our life tae as pure nod spotless as- ds and niay wo be as ready wAton tOO summons comes Eutxnbcd In thc friendly embrace of him aaltlve ell lot thte goodmalnt sleep unUJ the gWrloua resulN tiara ihon all etilall be pear atoll bbppiniess eA Friend multi of Oar 10 send our I peg rrl Cobb 1M 1 kfr lkrto IUrU 1s- Li 15 TuLWi t1lw elrlw4 Trite today 4J eaW u4pwklBf M4 to ItUut with oa n nd Ortn add SEED CO 1J69 lloio at Rockford A FOR CATARRH Elys Cream Balm blorbedIIt cleanses soothes and protects the diseased m EEDSFreih Guaranteed to Pleas Oirdeaer end- Planterabouldtatthe superior Northern GrowaSud- SPECiaL FrcR- 3R CENTSr- ill postpaid TIONIArrwaN bor 4pgrJInrtrocllTi GREAT MOUTUKnN Illlnoli Reliable Remedy teals cm drlveeithe Senses of Taste and Smell Full size LiquidOreamEly Brothers 50 Warren Street Now York 1wa a i 1i Z r I 1 fI o ep 1- r Mrjj t 11 h rrop c r t Ii lIoL 1 M BAKING POWDER Jl1JJolately Pure The Only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made from Grapes A Guarantee of Pure Healthful Delicious Food r J =r JIR MARRIED AND NOT MARRIED I Couple United In Owensboro Second Time After Residing Together Some- Time by Former Marriage It is often the cxwd that l man and a woman will Imagtno that they are in love with each oUter When really they are not somd time after marriage when the divorce rourts have to be apptnloo to to help tbcanI out of their mtshake eays the Ow IISboro Inquirer But it Is not often that a couple 4a the marriage ceremony performed reside together for several yutrs WI ohusoomd and wlto tmplldty ix0levdng that they are married when Ill reality they are not and have to get a new Hcerrse and leave the nuptials over agaIn Nevertholess such WWl the case with Mm Roe Scott and James W McGary ot Davies county woo were married in Owensboro Mllnnday the bride for tiro third time and the groom for the second time it beinh the tOOOnd marrloge Ito each Other There are few who know the circumstance of the first mal1rloC and those wdro do are endeavoring Ito keep it on theI t IUJ it is believed by thorn that df the tact of the marriage becomes known it might resiA in crlmbnnl prosecution oI the bride but there is no probability of any such trouble for hot Soverul mrs gO Miss Rom pra- zler and Oharlos Claude Scott of JQlcss county Wore married After they had dlved together for Same time they dIScovered that the tJKlI1Hal relation between them was undesirable on the part of both and they mptiarat- ed in the summer of 1901 Scott sued hIs wife to the Davless circuit court for divorce and soon after the suit WWI filed 31as Scott went to Stanley to reside There she WM wooed and won by Jain W McGary and having boon Informed that she had been divorced anal wra now fret the couple wont to VolIiliVIle Indwhere they were married They returned 4o- Davlem county where they ltvdd hap 1111 together for several months till Scott rolled upon them and tod them that no dIvorce hnd yet becen grant d and that It they did not pay his costs In securing It he would praaeaute her on a charge of bigamy It was the nwnkcnlng of tilt couple to their first trouble Mnttom event along with out Scott carrying out Ws thiatand- at 1h present term of the parlesa circuit court a dtcreo of divorce was granted fPhe couple came to Ow ensbaro Mondoyand were marrWd4n the office of Mr Forest Rob Esq Rodman performing the ceremony T They left immediately for their homo just south of the city lWPIt In the thought that they had done 3Jlln the4o power to remedy this mistake they had made SMALLHOUS Tan 31Mr and Mrs J C Drake Mess Ethel Hunter and irs C D Ross were too guests or Mr and Mire S W Blibro last Tuesday Ilea MfatanmsIitto Muss Ethel Wood Ceralro Is the guest ot her aunt Miss Mag glo Hunter and other rulaUves jUEQt hero this week lCr Owen hunter sold a nice oidrg horse to Black and D1rkhead HArt tonI xoaently- Mlr 0 and l1lrs W C Overtuls havp returned to Iiartford after sevayrp- leiays vialt to hts auDIt MWs Maggie Ifunteg and otlrtr relatives hem and ph9 i I 1jd nTTthrsrsivopoeswaal out w iysuhoal y 411I1hougih i Wquite lfY toC f r U rI rtJf J t- y J J Ii I 4 n t x c co3d and the snow hieddr4ftlad do so oral Vanes n the grubUc read oCr the buggyRhcels bliss Ora raddox entertained Wednesday night Chocolate and ink wps served and an present enjoy the octt1slon very mudh Little Jss Myrtle Drown of Island Station was n visitor nt Sun dayschool Sunday ovoring blasts Etk Fulkersoa and Hunter tbnvo recently dug a caste at the home of Mr and Mrs Seth Hunter and will soon have It corn pleted- HERBERT r Fob 2Dom to Mr anti Mrs Jesse Swope n daughterJessla Loa Mr Georlge Obonohaln of the Unit ed States nrm1B visiting iris mother and sister Mrs Obe Dumett M- Obeudhafnhas r W4ved 28 years in tM army having boon to the Philippines three times and has enlisted for another ternr lilT J n Chambers is vdsltlng bl5- brothiermInw Mr C C Stewart a Hdnderson lliss Ottie Duncan or Owonsboro who has been visiting ut Mr J W Fords returned home yesterday I and Mors CaseY ofOw nsborc are the guests of Mr John Rherion family Mr Christopher Stewart has returned home from a weeks visit I Henderson LMfasro Myrtle nunlctte and Dom Helm went to OWeI1sboro yester rkny to visit relatives UIr Frank Rowland hM moved to Mrs Annanda Stewards place dlr and Mrs Alexander A May a1ld son or Knoxville Town are vlstt Nag Mrs MAYS parents Mr and Mrs Wan P EOls Mr Jim Phillips who has been sick the past three months is Improving WORK PROGRESSING ON M H AND E Large Quantities of Steel Being Unloaded at Mad- isonville The Madls mil1e Hustler tot Friday says Construction work is progressing nicely IOn the 3f II E ralinry- rnorth Gt IMlsnn1Tht and consider able progress has been made dUring tjle past twp weeks by tl1aae employed c5 tJc now line Tie weJtfuer con lUons have boon favonubld for the contracts and except several days wbiCh were very dt9agmaable tire employes nave nit beeq Interrupted or hindered w tfuieolr work A largo force is nqw engaged On unloading steel for the use of the rp and fifty cars ere expootedJ tea b unloodtd by SatutYta71hp public will ibss e an Ides ot de mncunt be- Ing unhanded and the time It requires wphen It Is known thtnt fifty oars ff steel wlltl by twenty miles of track rackhaying lhe ooosed oath tube steel Is off rote cars and then qh- Electhan e men will resume wprk laying track on the oost side rd tlDq rood mho fill on the east side Is about tilled and will be IinlsPued tide wqek- GS te steam stiorottas lllbaut fin- lhtied je first suit pn the west side The oontu1aetor will after tibie CUt I- stlntfedwlden it anti make ltr63for tfue tracklaying The second cut I will not be as rleep ClBtie first one tad can be finished ciueker au- withhnmt d so muCh trorrble role attIIni d5ovel Will bo sPW to tre Cut on Nhe roM side tnalenv days nS Soon as tJlO work q5 Itbe wcroiJrfde Is canplotcrud npr9m dons are to be pull did tJbwt aide itJJe road with the cutttJIll1lbe team s5ritel lies to do j The PlOmatrs are using 70pr and- bteel on blue new railnoadwhddNah- guvyr enough for traffic llo osnpdny Is confident 111p drd beoomJleted anti randy fare l1 ta1I least and by t time trAins will b5 running iota M1 u1- 1sanville t J fTI vf I j f4 r 7 nnN STAND IT TOn SOW RATES For Telephones in 0 ens- s boro Says COuttl Im 15o and 250 Per Monthould r Be ConUscatory ForK Cumberland A tLoulsvfl e Ky Fob 2Ma lu- I junction preventing theioityO- weneboro of- from cnfdrclngan prdl nance regulating the hates of thehCum- berland Telephone and Telegfapbcom byyJudge Walter Evans In fedpz4t court- toduty Thus the authorltles stMOav ensboro are protested front lziterdec dIng In any way with the Cumberland companyand It pill continue to charge the same rates as heretofore Judge walter Evans sustWned the petition of the IllnwUtfon the grounds that the proposed openatlon wouldrthe rates were fixed M follows For residence phone 160 per nrpnthlor business hou8licS 260 per month for desk extensions I per monthaddl- tional tQ the regular rote In hia de cislon Judge Evans says IlL pant Contentions over telephooo sates come up after the expenditure of large sums or mousy by those who Install the system TIle greater the number of subscrlbeT the sleets thechnllcc that contentions wi1 Dome up there being a greater variety of peopl4 to make complaints and the more accus toned they become to the use ot file- t modern but necessary public utility the more pressing appears to be the demand far cheapness with someten dency also to forget that thoSe who put up the money sad pioneered the venture are enUtlod at east to n fair return upon the sums Invested About two weeks ago Judge Phan granted a temporary order restraln Ling the city of Owensboro from interfering with the CUmberland eotnpany Later the motion for as injunction was argued here and the decJslonw day is the result ot the first bear lag or the case AS soon as the decision was remdgsed n W Slack city attorney and George W Jolly former United StAtes attorney rcpre sentlng the city filed notice of nn appeal and the case wjJ go to tM court of appeals at Otnclnl1abl on n motion tQ have the injunction tt1molv edFor several months there has been a fight between the city of Owona hero and the Cumberland Telephone company The case has been thoroughly alret in the courts and much eglslnUon adverse to the company has been passed by the Owensboro city council It was charged that the rotES were too high and all out of IlTOporUon tfien compared with the Kentucky and Indiana Home Tole phone company an Indlpendl1DtI con corn Notify the Publisher If the following note or SnstruoUon Journdal be olJSPrved panties tall to re- celve the paper regularly will tare better The mailing doparttuent requests any member of the A S or E knowing lOt any other member failing to receive this proper to kIndly advise WI giving name and number of his Uoool and potItoftioo nddrow also any other facts that will ennoble us to locate the moa son why lIe does nit set It and fu asepossible Wo are that every person who Is entitled to receive Die official paper shall have It without the skip of a single issue- RENDER Feb 2Wm Schlemmer of Hart fotdand Everett tlkeson of Pa- ducah ware horn last Wednesday airs sap James Jr and Mire Hen+ man Render were In DEgver Dm last Wednesday Dr J O McICenoey ot TayJOr- Mlaes and EE mmll108 of Center f town were here last Thursday lA H Morris and Mack Mien wdrC In Horse Branch last I1hursday Joe Pemberton of Bowling Green was here Friday SImon Jones was in HaTitfordi Frlday- on business k4nturOOyMcDowell has gone to workrtar Jennings and Scott Mllland were In Central City SundaytHerman Mule otaouiJh Carroll tong was here Sunda- yEmrnttIbnoyot Fordsvlldenn4 W- D A14xanrLxof Central City wore hero yesterday t A Slack tof Loutsvllle was here tHkr Ji OAc SarahL rnastiis 1svtslt1ng in ry+ I 1r Ira r It r i IVtI4 A 1 4 1 i I f U tlcJL t1 r 1q a epttfa- ed AbY roWthe lee wilUi gong tQ blwork butDOW U t lld i1tinr Lewis wind Oveialker IWIMIpoll Inlt Feb 3rhoinas- L IJswIB vjea oled dftK of- Unltedi 1HrIi Vorktets over Jahn- WMIeen II of IJ4mIeby magorlty ot i6- 269IJevtJ vote MIS 83087 W 66768 oelect4onfelllitedon ma vice pa ea4kMuoy Wp IraHbrmc- eivudl 46986 MlIl Dempsey 309017 Samuel cor21418ES bhCCu- llough 179071 o her Jscaiterlng dw1onFerav 1IIDdI Jbhu Faluy pmot ally itert mar ocncIttuv and bto oleo two rosuttod JObnl lli1tchef 1V8S elected WI Ai Poles tdom of Labor by the hlgbestvots Ipt- yennndcwnWdnte114672 Tao con ventlon wdh ont a vice pmstdent and eocnotary Went to Rest On JamiaTY2i i1909 the death An got vielted the Ihome of Mr and rm- II M Maddox turd bore We spirit ot their loving metier diary alhddox ago 17 years mhie dauihter of Louis and Bells Maddox mhey having Idled when she was y ry young She matte her home with her brother WUe- wo realize we shall never see h face In this world yet wee have ope to meet hJ in tOO beyond It w1I be n blesSed recollection that she grew up to love and tto hie dovdd by those who will ever so tenderly che- rIh Mr sweet and Pure memory Her renmJn9 were laid In thoChap man graveyard the funeral services being conducted by Rev H P Brown GERTRUDE S S Husband Sat Her on Hot Stove New York Feb 3MthOugh she testified that he sat her on a red trot stove last night wohen he came home and found that dlnnV Huss not reedy there was 5e mncor in the heanb of Mrs Susan Lyons tastay when she ap lJOOr against bar husoond Charles a big hulking blacksmlthyln the Harlem court Mrs Lyons escaped dram her husband with no worse lniudes than a singed dress He Isa geed man when he does not drLnkJudge pleaded Mrs IQODS6Q Jot thim go home with meflAn1l abuse you Some moro said the onaglstmte No I41 hold him In 500 ball for examination tomorrow and give hIm time to got sober A Card of Thanks n s Ashby Cannily and mother ot the decooood sincerely thank the people of Oentertown and vcltrtywto so Mldy and kindly assisted thorn during the Illnttsss and death of their dear Alice 4 Louisville Herald Indicted cadlz Ky Fob 3An lndtotnreat for crimina Jlbel was returned against the LouJsvllle Herald on account ot a severe condemnnUolL of I QaanmonweuithsAttorney Smlthiin l1li1 editorial August 29 regarding this part in the night riders prosoo Uons CtbestoTake your Fred RObert- SOn and have them cleaned and press ed All work guaranteed r ANTi JAp GLAMOR OF DEEP CONCERN No Pubiic QuestionM- Ha8 Cre atedas Much Intrest Mat I reVent Completion of the I Federal Plans to Completely I ShutOut PerU Washfogton Feb 2No mngl question morlndetdnay group of qu es dons tllo absorbing the Interest WIld concern of the ndmlnlstmtJ1on at thi moment fA the same extent as contain otflhe phAses pf Ittri nett Japaaeso agitation In Cklttarnla Tile President hsa been In communication wWt many reputable persons Who should lie thoroughly Infyraned as to tho conditions on the Pacific coast It to admitted that a systrUrtatic aRt ta44on was In progreSs on flue coast but a signIficant Idatvre of its lank of stt enathwas the fact that the labor leaders dead taken 5a prpminent part do Jt IIndeed it has been stated to the administration that the real main spring inesome ot oho gneatcarpotatlons that had found their proritabltS lJwHnessof coolie eranspontruCidn thTrotened with destruction by the success attending the efforts of flue administration to stop this clam ot illilnonForthefnctterthnt tn the opinIon of tl admnlstraUOIl the negotiations with Japan for a pmaotloatly comPwte closure of American pioults rtO the entry of Japanese laborers are cerbaloly jeep ardlzul by the extrim1e utetanees of- cerdnfn persona do OaVfatnla end by the discussion ot such olutions as were enternIncd yesterday by the Nevada Legistature- Even agreements already rcnc4ted- whieh are being carrdedi out In perdert good faith on the PMt of the Japanes Government are endlllngeredi in the sense that the present ngdatfonmlght very naturally tend to abaoo the 1n- terest oI the Japanese offldaHdh the execution of their obligations tn vlow of the unfriendly attitude assumed by some elements on the Pao1ftc coast It Is those conslderatlpms that halve Influenced the PresIdent in rsohing the conoluslontlmteverylblnglpOSS1blc should be dente to prevent the mcot moot of legislation by any State that woud dlscr1mlnateaga1n the Japan 0550 as a class apart fvem other tOrelements entering America rrnmro is no objection whatever dry the administrathar to laws problblting nIl aleino from holdltJIg land in Amend ca For thin Is now under the nevds ed statutes the law is the District of polumbla and the tPrrItDrle andsome- of the States Indeed the8 is n similar taw In Japan and the Ooverammknt of that country equent rpoufd mat reguTd- It as antiJapanese leglsllllUon M adopted ire OI1itom1a The President Ientire confidence in the people of the PncIRc coast and is certain they wilt do right In this mattes The administration is used with FlliImum 1Idfar ae ltl- lretw toualwd 1g11K1er r 1j Amenlia i101tim 1 1Insurance Chalice x drains been hpponed tot this laomUnentsl 11recIns wanc tried lY for Ohio county tQ succeed l Pnu Ibilly frhfa charpan ids tbe oxe- In the markeFt 1qr sticDlyFapn skttake caareof t pnee qkeatdesire to secure a Jorge e nounr tnew business APllf to L A O YEJS Hartford aKy Super visors RaiseSwThe board of SupervJsora havingg adjournedLZadp follows st Hartford t1462a- Westllatt2arri H bBel-a d 3360hBlIiplbur SprIngs 10365- hibgan ie 4500 Cryrnweli 2400 Cool Springs 10qOl North Rockport r 7900 South Rockport 04400l Shcect i Hesse J3raneh 4000 iboalne JI 1800 + Thst Deaver Dam 16015 West Beaver Dam i 82601- k Hairy 1 7860rOontertown 22200- Smatlthous 7900 East FordavUle 8240 West ordsvlUe to 8600 Shrum 10950- Olnitoni c 650- Duford 6400 Bartietts o 6160 1 Y Heflin 3850C- en1JlVO o 3300 Pit Pleant 8300 Narrows j 8200 IlPcentisHerbert Of 2600 3 Arnold tii 1 2000 1 v- Re4tder ir 30600 7r Total 266461- Add1Uona4 pia 22060 f Grand total raise 278671 Educational Board Meets County Doom of Edtacatloat met QA the office of the Supt at eoboolson MOnday Feb 1st 1909 Every sneniberfwas present except J L t tyros detutncd on nCOOUllt or elckntsse Inhis funnily The following ohanges were made In the schopl boundaries vlz D N Cooper was tramtfenred If from Victory to Sehrtader VIigil- Glary was transtJenrcd from No 10100 A Horse Branch W RateVtmB was tremoforued tram old Ns Crook to NOw No Creek The proposition to dIroont4nue South Beaver Darn was pubstponed until next sneIDLnlg Board than adjourned to moot on JIhdmh 16th 1909 All subdistrict trustees lire nutlflea that any ob auk desired wdU- be oonsldered on that date J M DeWEESES C s 4 To Our Friends and Patrons We nib now m poeitdmr too turnlaltlthe Mlamt Gasoline Engines pumps etc Prloos anti catnloguo pa appbca lion The lllginJO on exhibition at t- otm plwoe ot buslruB Wo invite In sprUomr- Hartlor4 Battttag Works HOOVER BRAS Props r t i He Who Pleased IDIF Before He Was BoroI r i YOU CANT FIND SOMETHING A1 OUR r rf t Mill Reninailt and Yellow Tag Sale Now going on that wi11 both please and save you monrstey we pity your idea ofvalues If you dontneedR any article of Merchandise whichwe show that is I another matter f tu DEFEIND Orrlist 1 r 1 BARNARO co-e Hartford Keinttlcky I J y J 1 ti ii fi 1 l J c i vo f rr I c tt 1 f 1 r F r JI y r aIri i rSrSru Y 1 e J