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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1TLhflrr 1 rtJ 1 I ttitttfGt r a- 1kAlaai 1 f I JeI r l i 11 y 1 1 ft ftqubIicanl1li v LF r 4lFine Job Worki DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Of An THE PEOPLE Of 01110 COUNTY t Subscription 1 per Year It VOL XXt HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY IY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 909 No10 L Watch these Columns February 19 for a Most Sensational Offer to the People of Ohio County xiIFEiONh DEMOCRAT TAKE PRISON COMMISSION SEVERELY TO TASK w Women are Stripped nd LashedUnmercnully Eli Brown Charged With Exacting feesFrom Corporations by ai Reason of His Position Col Jack Chinn DemoeMlcnom t nee for t o Leg1s1etlire tram 41fero pNcoamty Jms prepared the foI Dwls- hgnnod tatemenot which wrtatne a number of eentmtt1onat charges about f tho hanthgemnent Of the Site Plisons und the Pre Democratic Vris011 commission I WWI nominated for thtr t egds- tsure bY glue Damocram ct Mercer Unt- yon a platform that Is mthor undg- tin Kentucky politiReforsmd con dttions irn the state pen1tcnUardal audI- nvesti1gnJUonJi of the bnitallty and ros entity that now prevails under tho present Board of Prison CommIsslo- ner There is mo prc snw9fetdlog In th- m9er rllhemo la nopol1lcs in U I am II Domocratand for gouty 118 I fought the battles of the party IofIten at the risk of my life without reward or prottt It so happens that theme whom I accuse are Dam rats bU that should not shied bhomfoom cor damnation oven It hoof what I ooy about them s true and I ten YOU I at- aU of lit Is trueI I hold that a man owes ha State more thnn ho owes ws party and U 4 p the expo uro that will follow myC- OU1SlO brings grnoo upon Democrats J that Yill1lo their fault and 1lot mme because If Damuacmcy expects to live tat Kootucky It must rid tse of the then who bare helped to de i gmdo1t I lIke a man that deals squnri looks every other man In Uw eye nnd plays this cards on top of the table I have got no use for a gaiter whelli- j r er Ule monogram on hds back spoil Ikmlocrnk or RepubUmn I have no l lxitience with a tnwu Who will use I public office to filch fees from corpofn dons that would never think of corn 1fugto him If Ite oas not on tine ts l j I turn with ecom trim aman who OODfroHs Lvygta1autTx tor unworthy ends packs commltteee with his Par USOJ1I1 dtcinlhds speakerabip and det- ents legislation1tMcorporaU 1is 4cats pay tho price Ste demands it tue to seo n man burrowing through the Copitols dark ways nnd turning pln etther HoSe or Senatr time tb WI ouhb tQthy blU purchaseawawp oniy It only stakes matters wore when such Q man poM6 as a Democratic leadora9thOUgbtho lime ot theIobbY smears hint Tram head tolo9hnd he can be tTd1ed bY khe Odors that iol low him Such a maIL Is never the champion ota meaBJW that mlsht- halllt t Nhe untortunMes he La paid to pro toot butoo Is always the willln fpol a of some indivIdual or can pan ekI- ng to dodge Jte l l re9Pon bUltles- rirv Tnrpoee In going to the IJGgis- Jature cis to keep a 1edge that I have I made tIP the people of my county to r never tUlLtl the s mndniathnt pre i itteato the State peniWilitiwies and tht brutmv4ities that two ptaCticod tliertaem shown to the world 1fy first not will bo to otor a jplnt reeolultoT to appoint a committee oftthe House and Senft4- eY1h power to trnd for perscms and paIPel8 and to go into the D11i1Ifur tho oughlYi Pis Je of beoesMty en unplessan8j- t bUBlness but Iam not Being into ft- il to satisfy ny persomitnevenge trhat r Is not say way If I luau a peitsona1- E quarrel I would Ceti a dt man to tnam- r 7 bake this step oooou the wretched ono the unfoiitunatie skulldng is cold prdeoacolle w1UrlaeetultcdtackS rind i malned anande oho of in the aBony of dospati cry out for prroteq- v tiqn 1 dntsihd Jo unmask ibhiegni J ahylocka and Ar tttasa thebare coming the blOpd Oron tots difso yCot KevrtvckyYnot 1i nger cower m r j I 11tf f IIb ti 4 V r 1 r fher name is cVcd on the rebl of StntcsI thaC the Ibcard of Prtr- Commtssloners handed y FJA Brown Is an loo8ue withthe oontr Who employthe cornict labor to the FUnk forfr penitxis 1arr mid that thby nre permitting this brutal and rIndlng employer to vdadt upon tilt untortu- naItes in that prison Imposslbe taSks and hamhlps riunt cruel and Inhuman I charge that the Prison Commit etonern have rdtn4ncd In wear iemplc a Deputy Warden OOIDedI lfod1gIano WhO fa not only patd by the State bul has admitted thnt he has rooelvoo money from the HogeMontgamec- Cosnpanyyho pton conntactotw- This man Mhidlgun8 value tb the first lIes II1 the fact that hO setslnp- oaelble tasks far the convicts ond when they taU to meet thorn heledhe their loom lxhxkn uu they sicken nnd tortureIthese things are don and comnemtof the toners and that ex try otfort made tb oorrect this cl1ng evil has boon mot the cJlsm1Et ofth3 men who protested agalnts 1t- I I charge that mlthl few month time snore than ton usand hakeI have been aid JIJOn the bars backs a- prisonere and that In ninety per con of these cares they were whipped bec- aUEe they could not complete tJh- eboavy l1sks Eet for ithem by the prlEan contractors I I charge spectUcnlly that a Negro I boy from the City of Louisville who failed tk o his work Ikeause he was phIdcaUy unableto do so was lakes ln on Eigbth liege ICon PREACHER DID NOT PAY DOCTORS BILL Because the Doctor Was Behind With Church Dues and ServicI es Were Worthless I Owensboro Ky Feb 10ln aoUon lOt nrre Samh E Hoorln theI ecutrix of the aswe of Dr J P Idn against Rev W D Nowlin eomr- harsh things were said hi the circuit court Dr NowUn f4Ie la Pmdlng that the services rendered hint iby Dr Uoovrln were not worth more than 50 and that tbo 50 whlth be paid over the protest of the physlclan saUs lied the entire claim The plecdfn- grurtherstntedthabDr Hmvrlnwnt1 be hind In his church dues and the rule of the church about excluding delinquent members wan not enforced ngaJnSthlm because he was doing the practice of Dr Npwfn without charge it was further stated iu the pCadlng that the physician was nddlaioo tx the morphine habit and therefore dn stood of the sorvloes ho rendered b lug worth much the were In rutIiVy dAngerous to the minister and too members of his family He said that he did mot ascertain this condition of aItnil8 until nDr HoeIawln had bugunprtlCl eoo bIB fnmllybtxG thereafter caJo4hlm a few times lru order nat to wound his feelings and Jrad tutor doctors In consulatlan- rt is further contended In the amend ed nn9osed that it uas not cmwtomar- jor Ow phyu1c1ans to charge fo1 services tendered IL minister Gilbert Holbrook attorney for bars Huntn waxed bitter in his argU ploodIIIngH was perhaps a good thing the- nleeding Said toot Dr Nowlin us- t minister of the gospeL M without Ws word for It there would bodltIlc- ullty In tdnntjfying him es eubh Ho anther asserted klhat Dr NowUnr by- ifs own ndmIflllon found out In December 1905 that Dr Iieavrin was W1h8tho termed a dope fiend and dang ro 6 Gt ho contkued him as- iie tamtly phy8lclan until Feliuraryt- 9 1908 when Dr Heevtin tiled t1- rtlbrook sa4d that ho had never be ore suepogted that Dr Nowltn JiM ucli a oravng for money thAt he would risk the twee bi his tiauurllype- auso a pbyslolan Lad promised to- reaE them tree ofchnrgeyy 1 f rr 7nri rl I ttiiYs W vr SlfAN ACRE FOR LINCOLN FARM rbats the Price Fixedby a Jury in Courtr Intere ting Story of the Birth fat of Great Emancipator and Put Public Road Through It Hodgnxille Ky Feb SEleven dol late an acre for the Lincoln fare That was a jutyst valuation of la strip of land oft the old hoineakad 1n- Ault a Just ended In the Circuit Court here In whlch It was sought Ito OileD up a public passway thttough tiro farm Behind this SUIt is a story whlchI cqnnects Thomas Uncoln with the orl- gl of the narrow roadway which Is now to be given to the llUbHc for the paltry sum of eleven dollars an acre It Id a story which recalls also the circumstances surrounding the Iblrtih- or Abraham Lincoln All that Is generally known about the twentyfOQt roadway which cutoff a portion of the Lincoln homestee Is thM it hall been there aS taT back as the memory of the present generation runs But few there are who know that It was Thbmas Uncoln him self who contributed of his few acre of barren land to blaze a way tor the early Bottlers wiho had taken up homesteads on richer son but farther back Into the wlldirnS3 It was on the night of February 12- lS09as the story pons as it was land cd down to the present generation o- Creats Dcvenportn Cassnas and EnZoc by their ancestors who avers neigh boas of the Lincolns as the name was then spelled that Thomas lJInooln- sought the home of a neighbor Abro ham Enlow living back of the otd- i Lincoln homestead and asked the use of a horoe to come to Hodgenvtlleto a doctor Ascertaining the mature of the call and eatrning that rirs Lln rein was nt home alone lilt Enlow- tenderedh1s services IUI well niJ those ohl8 hors9 for the errand Awid- night and a long route over ttae pub HuggeslIJrough the Lincoln fnnn IJincoln tak- Ing the lead and lowering the ten HodgenIWhb was afterward named Abe was born to hits Lincoln ltls said that as a token of his pprociaUon of the favor done hJm- by Stir Enlow on that night Thomas Lincoln n lowed the gaps to rnmalr upon and permitted Mr Endow Ilo- traycrse hiS land In going to nnd from HoogICUvHle Others soon follow cd the troll blazed by Abraham low and the prlvato txtssway soon beI rune n public Anther outlctIcoIn was too nndithothis sblttnena In using his farm as n shortcut to Hodgenvllle but thldkat tor story is snot generally created And by way of JlrelJltheflls it can be stated that the story of Thonuus Lincolns shlttlessnrss has few boUovena song the present generation who olte tiro tact that Thomas Tfltcbin has been the poly man who has ever prodded tor his familywltJi the yield ram the son of tho Ltoooln farm tacently a tenant Dill Burton kl rt- ed the old farm which was Aria for tho paying of the taxes becauce ashe Said it was too poor to yield enough to sAUsty the claim ot the State a11l county each ytmr Just acmes tho way Mr Bunton Is now living and Is one of the n Ighbbnhboda ntoetproe- eteae tarDIe11 The neighborhood folks will tOU you that the history of tM okb is does mot bear but the stigma of shiftlessness applled tc- bomea IAncoln and say that If Thomas Lincoln W1IS ehUbless aomoof tho present day famous who have trled t4 serf their diving by the IIW1IQtff their brow on the old I1n- oln bome aROadnine sore than ehdtt Ieee and the eugcese of these letter ltpa ot tine oll bn productive f t- l t Hi1 f rjl i t tf farms does not boor out the menu st1te1 After like removal of the Lincoms from the old homestead to Unob Creek whlchwas about the time little Abe was in his sixth year the farm fell Into the hands of a fwmtlynun- ed Drtvenportwho while granting the rietghbom the privitge of the use iho tans as a paa way erected gates theron The farm boa passed Into several dlft rent hnndQ since the dayS of Thomas Lincoln andthough each succeeding owner 1tlsllermitlWd the old rood to be used for ImbUe travel It hM always been done ith thn understanding that it was mill private property and gates were kept thereon W point to this fad And while the present owner P F Collier has extsndcdr the courtesy gimn- tedby his predecessoril the neighbor who have used the old passwaso long without Interference have decided to make MU9Itnce doubly sure by getting an order from court sot ting astdo the strip of ground as II public thoroughfare for time Immem- orIal for as owR ofhbso lntereetod d- tho rowiway said We do not know what the hour or day may brim forth In matters pertaining to the Llneon farm since recant d9vedop ments have hoisted It above the spheroof mere commercialism aDd we took opportunity by the foelocl and I1lllroprlatoo n strip of tile old farm to our urgent needS before its SQ11ns pronounced by the Amertau people as too sunned for its boouo to be marred by public tmffk- PRONIDITIONSTS TO DE- alt MAND STATEWIDE LAW f That Will Settle the Liquor Traffic Question in the State For Good 0 loulsvllc KyFebrunry 10Stnte wide prohibItion In Kentucky da the slogan ot the Santo Prohibition Com mittee which was aponted by Pro hlbiUonlstB at their State convention tray 30311907 and which to Kentucky next and pointing the way tp- 3atewide prohibition Ohatrnatr H W Davis of tJho Prohlkkionlstssald- tontght that his party wanLn no mldr lie course Weoolleethat the me bas come for the submls4son of 1 onstituttonal amendment said he I Sn view of the fact that the Kentucky Anti Ealoon League mtlCtB here February 1618 and that theso two rrganizations disng ve radically oS to methods which should be pursuetbta bring about a suppression of the IIIl- 1uor traffic the nnnouncement of the Prohibitionists at this time is IbClllev- cd to be meant to oreetnl1 any pilun I which the MtdSaloon LooJgue may ontemplate announcing to the end I hat the county unit Jaw be extended I o cover clUes of the frost second third and fourth classes which n1O at resent exempt from the opemiton- sf the county unit law conIsldercdtho next scssfon of the IRglslnturo and would not settle the question roys the Prohlbldon statement Con tltutlonat prohibition to bOOt but Mate prohibition by any method is preCemble to a dry state every count corded by local option If such were possible for any one of the 119- ougtiec could vote woo again after three years of dry experience 1U1us- It will bo aeen thlllt this kind of prohlblUon will be 119 times as hard to hold ns statewide Flopaper goes on to advocate deluging the Legislature with petitions 00 that they dare nut rofuC6 to submit the question cessie Carson Dead Stirs c It Oarson died in San satonia Texas Wednesday at noon tesides a husband and little girl M1rMhrvhl Miller The remains are ox- eotedtA arrive at Braver Darn Sun day morning nt5 oclock Fur eml ervlcesat Goshen church after Wihtoh tho remains will be laid + way in the fa hilt oomotery JIll the fatll1 ot the laAmos Millers r- i J ELECTORAL VOTE CAST WEDNESDAY Ratification of Election of Taft and Sherman Impresssive Ceremonies In Representatives Chamber Vice President Presides The format ratUlcMdon of the elel ilea of WlIllaJ11 Howard Tuft of Ohio and James Sohoolclat Sherman of New York to be President and Vico President of the United J ate 1eI81C- CUvely that was hod in the hall c the House of Represuntitves Wednesday was one of the most cerononh oven 6 attending the political life ot America Simplicity and dignity marked ever feature of this function which was witnessed by lthe two Houses of Congress by members ot the dfptotnatl corps by lending officials of the Goy tlrnment and by a brilliant asscmblag consisting of members of the taml lies of Senators Representalhlves and officials of the Government rrhe Senate and House ms nhbletb a1 noon ns usual Atrer being called to order py their rospeetivo presiding otCIcera and listening to the usual prayer by their chaplains the Senut proceeded to the hall of the House where a Joint meeting was held h count formally the eleJdtroal votes The ceremony lxIgnn at 1 oclock Shortly before that time Vice President Fairbanks left his chair IltI presiding officer of WI Senate and proceeded to tile east door preparatory to leading the prOcesalon of Senaors- to the south wing of the Capitol lIe was accompanied by the secretary ot the Senate and a squad of Capitol police were In waiting as on escort Col Daniel M Ransdoll serleIlMata- l1lus of the Senate immediately preceded the VIce President Senators tulllng tn line two by two Time procession then moved aong the marbllc- Ol1rldor to UIoHollse ot Uellrescl1tn Lyon The assistant doorkeepers of the Senate carrying two boxes containing time eledtbrial votes previoualy- ecelved by Mr Fairbanks from special messengers from tho several States c osely followed the Vice President The pleCeQlon moved slowly through tho Capitol building past the old Sen ate chamber now occupied by the Su prome Court of the United States across the rotunda with Its toworlng- eXPans of dome and through statuary hall where marble effigies of men tho several States have honored stand- S sentinels for all time Speaker Connon was intonnned of th coming of the Senate and Representatives occupying seats on his right had vacated them In order to make porn for the ninetytwo Senatbts The Vice President took a seat pro ylded for him at the right of the Speaker and was presented with the IjUvel Mr Fairbanks then unlocked lhe wooden boxes and announcing the urposo of tho gnthering opened tile packages In alphabetical order banding the certificates to the tour tellers Son aors Burrows of Michigan and Bat ley of Texas laving been appointed on the part ot the Senate and Rep osontatlves Gaines of Wool Virginia and Russell of Texas on the rant of Lin House tWhen the counting was concluded showing that Taft and Sherman received 321 votes and Bryan and Kern 162 the Vice President Inquired whetj- er anyone desired to file IL protest ag1lnst the result ns announced and In the absence of such protes0 L3 declared the successful candtdatF duly eleoted As soon ne this illmpc funetfon was Jcrformed the Senate returnee tb Its humber and both bodies resumed the ordinary wnrk of legislation A Birthday Party rho birthday party given by Ultc Miss Anfe Lee Taylor at her home Wodnesday evening of lash week men oiled or which uppcarod In these colunms hurt week was highly enjoyed by the llttie folks present Each liWrt guest blUJ a ont tor the t loete U albidh she will ACph- gy 1 J y- p4j i i N i t I r oher1ah fie a souvenir of tiro occa sinn After varl3us games intersperse with music refrctpnonts were served and It 10 pclock tibo guests Iktok- ti5eir Leivve wilihing hiss Annie the return oi nJllll more such ttoaastons Usa present wencl Misses Ilcesio- HudscnRuCh Spalding DaisyWedding- Elner Petty Llzzie ODaIJoOOUt Nancy KIng Cosdnno Woodward Mary An tlersgn Kulde Pendletbn Leollhl Ghtnn- Mary E Felix Rebecca Shultz LOu1sa- I1hJpPB yfanto Ragbnd rorlno Martin littio Duke CUffie Felix lJeJ5SfS- Oasslus Spaldtnr Berry D Wuttkc- rParkt Taylor Estill Bairnett Shelby Stovers Alvin Porter Grayshnl Hal iiburtlou Louis Rllcy liar Un Riley WlUlam Moore Delbert BaruardJ and Rcss Pay tor- President Thanks Mrs Rhodes Los Angebs Feb 9Mrs A W Rhodes of this city whoso daughter was mentioned In the Washington story which sips widely circulated to the effect that President Rooseselt had truck tlo young ladys oor90 while riding past her in the road hoB received the following letter front the President on the subject My Dear Mrs Rhodool thank you for your lettter of tha 29til urtJrno and am glad to hear item you that your daughter dented the Cory that I struck her horse or any ottr ladys horse The whole story cons so absurd ns not to be wortl denial Numerous stories of tJllls kind are started irons time to time by foolish or malicious people Occasionally I nm obliged to deny thornbut as a rule I find It best simply to Ignore thorn because denying then Gals attention to them and gives a chance to mis- clhiefmakers to mislead wlImeaningl- oollle by further repetition ot the stories Sincerely yours- THEODORE ROOSEVELT CROMWELL DISTRICT UNION A S OF E Holds Quite Interesting Session With Union Local Satur day Febrnary 6 Editor RC1JUbllcnnCromwellllragis- terfnl District Union A S of E net with the Plnchcco local a Cooper SohOOUIOUSO Feb 6th 1909 tTho president Mr A S Keown mII- ed the house to order at 10 ocbek liter n brief address by the president tho roll call showed each local rep resentPd by delegates as follows Plncheco 3 lt Pleasant 3 Oak grove 2 lllzetown I Gray111uu 3Itos Wood Flint Springs I Sugar Grove 1 Moyed by S S Stevens seconded by James Dtako that those front islt- Ing locals be recognized us delegates catTlcd Union Local delegates 3 Ex ieLsor 1 total recognized docgatea 18 with visiting members and non nombers all told 72 I tell you Mr secretary C E Smith if you had been here you would have been going down after your Pencil thinkIng It was a county union Wble the committee on resolutions was deliberating tJlO following was called on for speeches Mr Joe Hock er of Union who respouded with a enl Etutty speech The Rev G W Gordon was called for and responded and gayO sumo masons wlay ho had not joined the A S of E When the Soclely was organized he vitas Itl the tooocco business and thought probably the society would not last long and- o would continuo his business buts the soeloty Is still here and Is to tho rdvantaga of the farmer thought he would become a member In the Lear future Mr Mnrlon StillIer also Spoke tm high termsof the society H ts not n mombor Tho committee on resolutions report ed some very interesting work whielt rook up the trot of the ovening however the most ltteresting ones wno one limiting the pooling pledger to the first of July and one should ray their dues and Initiation fee by that ttane another to build a tobacco Louse at Orowmoll anO her rcquoisting Qll owls to report to Ibho stock Com m1tte1 Several others I will not nenllon Meeting adjourned to moot idth the Rose Wood local Saturday rotors the 4 Sunday J11I 1itLM1- iE W JACKSON SecY i it FASCINATING THE STORY Of Abe Lincolns new Part Of the Fifties r flow lie Organized the Great Na tional RepublicanParty n Ira HoPrbh rrow pndt BO wa- sof tens the young men Lincoln selected kD help blm slant the RpZbk2 party tICtysx nJ ago Tao Hawotitbs were 1 tonerrs in minot IOnbaofthem founded the city or DaniUe ADDbh er member or the family eta rated Georgetown Ira Haunch grow up 4n- VcnnUllon county where ns a boy the came to knoW and mvoitenioe Un coW Tile Haworth were Quakers To this dry Ito Haworth Was the p1ocld look which makes him the J ungest ooldnlg octogenarian in Kninsas rIlh- etincolns back several gcncmtions were Qualoors Between Abraham Lincoln and Ira Haworth father 4n thi 40s there was correspondence on the inquiry of sawory I tirst met Mhr Lincoln IIt a board- Ing house or old Mrs Carruthers In- Danllle where ho was stopping while attending oourt Mr llaonthl mid Mr IJncoln didnt show ot float all that was In him Ho grew on Sou- S as you came to know him wall He ua very tall 6 foot and 4 iDIChes lin his bare feet Whilo he 300ked spare h was musoular He weighed tE0 pounds His hair was fiery dark brawn and of course growth His eyre WON haze tendinlg to a gTU1nh hue In color deep set with a serious expression which changed qulckIy to a twnkl at the prospective introduction vi a Joke or a story Lhreons nose was of more than modlum alze and of- Raunan n type The mouth was d arge and Ups firm of medium tblckness The features wore rather large to nt tract admL anon Ltnoomd dlI1ronor was that of extreme simplicity Iwlth deliberate mae1IIODIts and a mixture of cordiality and dignity Mr Haworth says that Lincoln 41ad no destro to go back to Congress nf- tcr one term to whIch he was electeod in 1846 by tho Whigs that he fount the wrrouml1ngs InWmhlngton un congffilal Ile oolfetS front hIs association with Lincom that the tat ter began early the consJdreationl ofatplans for the formation of the Ro- Jlublloon panty A HOT CAMPAIGN The campaign of 1848 was close Y contested Mr lfuwarth said as- hc described this evolution of n new party in Mr Llncouethoughts LIn coIn took IS active part that ypar presenting the ibsucs that were DIg- itnting the public mind Ho achlev a1 reputation not only in Jlllnois but in neighboring States through that mm- Ialgn The result of the campaign was the election of the Whig ticket but with four years the Whig par ty had gone to Itlecos Lincoln wrote to mo to call a caucus la my ooun ty to consider the advisability of form- Ing a now panty I sent out n call and six or us mot to talk over the proposition We organized Cted of flcers wllel1 over the plans uud ad Jounrnro with the understanding we would get a larger atoonlk1nce for the next meeting T lC work of stratln the neW party was arduous The anti tilavcry patty dlaoourlllgew tlle move mtmt by urging those who were then with out a party to Join their ranks l1ho old DoolocrMic party was In pros session of tho government so well fortified that the leaders were daflan and uncompromlying toward the sla very agitators Those Whigs who were originally in Savor of slavery extra sian joined the Democratic oligarchy which received them joyfully Mr lIawartJb describes grapohlcallyI the slow dkcounnging progress made in the first few months with the or- banlzaUon or the Republimn tarty In illinois Lincoln as llir HaworthreI calls thoo oorllcst efforts was UICj head or the mOVElIIIQDlt To incase the lnterost the few original Repub litmus in each locality Invited ladles to their meetings and endenvoreod to intJollst thorn This WiS a decided novoty In Politics Jlncoln carried on correspondonce with hIs young acquaintances In the various counties and pressor the ouganization by counties prepamtory to a oollivoDtion to form the Stnte organization Ila worth was so active that Iho was gluon the tUle of father or the Repub he Sloan Tho IILINCQINS the early 5Os They seemIto have derived this hl1Jrcs ion train the colt temporaries or Lincoln who werethomt- Ielvea prontinant In Pollbles of rLhoso rears llIt Uncalll1 by the testimony or Huwartl1 and otheras who were young and scarooly known outside of- tbrdr school tIiawict In SO55 was t1 tt 1j r btu tx poiltlc8w se et aat lh lb tublleae fag ot Thi OU even- lots br tatest 1 been OYoeen REI wee out rr8pxingeid too 1I- ttl AMterdags tsobqolhou asd Motes talk4ng about the new rtr md outlla4eg What prikiplee ectiyld- Wlbig Qeader 6n the statncp4talan- dit the oounlty seats WCrewonderklg whlllt was going to happen and wal lug for some kind of a revaat1pm of public drift LtnoolDi pgyjug ltCe hood to thte teadeewas making sem- itienent with tb people oTgniltzlng from tl neighbolWlDd Mlkllthesdlool district upward no was con the RJeP6b1kanJ party of IUlnols life toast who so handy rnith the mntook that heoould tarn out cootnet work was togeitbexl mptstall- the Y frameworka IL political DIgIlriI zatloo which at the eotl or the decade was Ro awetp the country And be was doing tt quietly sari with so oUt tie surfers indlcatlOllll that the pOlit clans did sot appreciate what was go lug oft they thought Abe Amhad gone out of politics and was giv- Ing his whole attention to law business They never did rietulize as did Haw prth and the other young unknowns to whom Lincoln hal giett the mmmlaston of local organtzets the constructive work done by hJmiong before the Bloomington coneDJtion was rolled to from the State organization REALIZED POLITICAL VALUE Mr Lincoln Mr Hawurtb thinks had mo part lu Ith rail lncldcwt He was in the Ropublfmn mmvemeat be cause or the prtnclplos it reptdscm nut lJit1ko1n was boo good a lJolJti clan to discourage the use of tlhvrrai when he saw how hIs railoplittl- p rag record appooled to the every day human Interest Mr Unooln mid t11h lIaworth obtained one or these mils or his own splitting and thnd tmadv for one the cane and gavel I hatie The two wore sent tome at Ilarhvilo Iby e- xpr Nee next time I snot i11T Lln coin I thanked dim for the teens m beranre He said he had scent the case ttanldng I would rave use for it wl I beta old You loonw he added the wicked generally do die to become old Referring to the gave Mr Lincoln said to me I wantl o to arrange to go into the eampa1gn for IDs 1 said l1r Lincoln I llwuys thought you a man of Jualt I1lCIlt He ropUed Take Ithese relics and go before the people explaining how yau got Itbem lull the result was I elr ranged matters so as to Leave the farm and went through the couI1lt1Ps Ii my pxut of the Stns holding medtings the schoolhnulea A mast wet ahead of me freaking nppolnltmenffi drove from schoolhouse to schoohou I holding three or four meetings n day showing the gavel and cane and telUDI the story about them In tlllrty days by the account I kept I attended over 100 of these meetings In UlI sam time according to a record made thele were at these meetings over 1000 changes of Democrats to become Re pubUcntl8 That was the wry we swept Illinois for Lincoln After that mmpatgn his neIghbors In Vermillion calJeod Mr Haworth the father or the Republican Pliuty Who he moved away do 18iO to settle tn Kansas a farewell meeting was ateld and Mr Hawoth was giVEnJ the ti to or the grandfather or the Ropub- Ilcan party of Vermillion I suppose that now I nth ntitled to be rolled one or the greatJgraad fathers or the Jtopubllmn party mid Mr HlIwOl1th wIth a twinkle ot the eye The Origin M- SgPictures The beginning of moviDg1rlctuTOS was In thIs wIse says the Ohlcago TrlE buns Sir John Herschel after Babtboth Bides of a shilling at once IJabbago repll- by 1 taking a shtlllrsg front his locke and holding It to a mirror Ihls did not satisfy Sir John MlbO set the shilling spinning UJlon thetdinner table at the canto time polnt 1 fug out that Jf the eye is placed on n level with the rotatingeloni both 8thecan be soon at once Ilablxtge was s0ofstruck by the experiment butt thetnext day ho described It to a friend Dr FUtton who Immedlllltely made a working modeLtOn one side of a dealt was drawer a bird anthoothEl side as etupty birdcage when the card ens revolved o a silk thread the bird appeared to be- in toss cage This model showed th- pr4rsistence pf vision upon mbfch al moving pictures depend for lttholr effect The eye retains the Image of the object secNfora traction of heaoamtal ter the object has been removal TQJs model was called the Ithnumotropec Next came the zootropy or woes 1 liro Acylinder nasperforabednrl tJh serIes of slots and within the e- cl1ndcr was placed a band of LmwsDE i- or dancing men Qn the npparatu bong plow rotated the tlguros dear through th slots nppcnrod Ito be in motion Tie first systenurtia photographs tnk ett nt regular JntGnvrhla or ibruybrldge 1fi r DRop nSTIEUES IN FOCAL HISTORY U The pioneer of the Yellow Banks and An AssIstant 1n the First+ Settle neat of Hartford CalhbIIII IgAnd Henderson sr rrhe following Intereftlng story tekeat tram the wombprq Sabintda y 1night and deUnoates liD pact jbbedha odor antis camoor or one of ides I- tlrhtt t attxrkin this rrgldn Not In history and not in roman co la there a morn fnOOretsUIg s tmo tmiluecl1nn than Bi11 thora flea mien wJtu built dire fIrst oalbtrs f Davlwu county on the alto or 4- ensbaro w In many TeSPoots baUS the equal of J Fentmore COOpers Natty Bumps or LeaGlmtdtoc k lags though he more nearly mbled Mayne RJetdB Rube Rarw9lmgs If lets history had been wrlWteah might rank with Kenton and Sp car nut his lsantis retnniged unsung and for the most IJartunre corded to meTe meeting with dint Is recorded by Wasthtnt tau Irving f n One of hfa books descriptive or 1th3 West A dmpter In a history of Dad vises county la deVOtEd tQ That is all A majority of sono- I bly welMnformEd citizens of DavfOO8 county know rro more of him limn that he kUktt n roan and wue defended by the great Jo lklviees ofthe doathiesa lard of the field Tlpplcanbe No ndeuaqtc ount of his lICe could be vtirltbeat here oven dt the avuitabbe data were not SO plbfabl soanty A tow fasts however n be stated and easy may servo tome chatlge to an extent the general imprtlesyfon of Smothers character After death of his parents he livell fore time with a maternal uncle but mtl away on account Or ill treatment Ii- u was with SevIer and BheAty nt tlhe bottle of Kings Mounltn4n whereut critical momma n dclsive blow m struck for the American cauwe He ntberwatds attached himself to Gen eta Greemfs command and took pa In the butts of Eutnw and Gttliard Court House was wounded and granted n discharge Like Boaneof flesh and Dumpo- It of friction SmohteTs longed for th- I solitude of the wilderness ph sparse seUBemeata seemed clowdoo He mare to Kentucky found tow and the country round about propulousand come west with a pari ty of ploneera He assisted in thee building or a font at Hartford A lit tIe lalterihishnnd to dig rJ1e ditch and pleat oho palisade at ort VleoIltlQ whero Cnlhnun now stands And 4a all the battles with 4he Indians his rifle rang in defense of settlemeass Then the settlements nm1t dense Smothers made another treat Into the wilderness Coming the YpObw Banks now Owenabore he built a log CAbin on the iI1iver tank probably fa li97H was tue only settler In a wide expanse or country From Panther Creek tathe Ohio and from Dk1cklord to Greed River he was monarch His only visitors were Ihatboatmen who came down the river and occasional hunt ors item the settlements Hot Stak1Jd- na landrIJlelhnlS he felt el sent or ownership over the vast ulJopeopled He know no oval of knownr as Rlver settlement rolled on Smotltertj and nrter partaking or a sumptu moat remark l Smothers I believe I wul handdown come was that hI exveckdJ to pay s long visit the Pond River settlement I line to hunt to the fills ho mldtJ1e- WJWr is so mono better them It Is In bottoms And tJ1IenOu are dear the black gnats and plosulqtoes swarm in bhehe flats Smothers the visItor mpikid- yon care taking a great dual of pan tell me that you dJnt wmrttt me I wont come If I break up Mihere I am I will go to the Rod Dnka- Henderson IBut Lhatdaanlegs was not the only tolJWCIshortly Smothers awoke to the fact that at leant tCIrtyfamllItjshnJd settled in his territory In I1h 00b1E111- 1portU n of what is now Dhvlese He became suftlalcsably neo onrileel rte pxay thorn a Visit and found that one or the settlers was Ms thwhom h9 held Mt ns a boy VJtlginln With ts1m was a slatbr who lobo became the innocent oleos of Smothers oommlttdn a 1h9mictd and getting this mpubtlon with to tore genkuntlons oI anoutlaw This sdBter was at Smotdtcoa ibOus one day whetrtho crew of akoduaifti- 9slted the house Ono or them a- a if l1 manlitrste Iiolae4el titre hant oust a t IHBa lJitn8ht aLeTs trOm LluirviUg 4o New or- lfab iH ethe Elster ifJltk4ieae tobe out of ate preeeispaaqd oonoe4utauf 1elJt the u Mee oI9IbJatmerire turned to their waft but Norris maln 1Vhfn atecmnpatalonn TO tume to look forllkn they him xtahbed to death They Smothom with lbs Iatent1om of ldli lag hlar butt Iris had d4shu peeml Ha went to bag home of Duman- megletrMe 4n the Pup Creek selVtlc wont ud autpemderpd- Jo Davlesa thou a tatnorla ad scats In the naal portion or the Slate know Smothers endadmlerd like He wouldisbe n the colas i8 calltkh Johns Davleas a brother of Joe Daviesa was oom tnontioaalths attonlO and the was onerOt tale most unique in criminal anInaJ8 of Keatuck0 The de- e tendenk did llot folds the stand nor was any t hnoYintlOduoed inn behalf The entire mss far the d tenro oomalsted in th eeiloqueat a a foundvwdlctIt may have iteem due to n dole o Ito be away from scenes associate th0 live beyond the encroachment of the settlements Whatever thtl cause may helve been Smothers decided push tnt1ther west He Kent rite a- skUf from the Yellow Banks to New Ornuns thence wl5twn1dJly wong the tmoatlyIup ed himself For fifteen years the trod the WI11demess oleos except for an oocroslonal meetIng with rIn ativentu or like himself and died us he had ofdeslrodto live alone Smothers was a man of fair e Uon for Ibis day and natural toff moot He had a quick recoptiv e mind andw1hon he would consent assocIate with his tellotivmett at aU displayed an unoontroUablo love tuna a 2000 Miles by Wire for Chew of Tobacco eYal I am a siave to the weed said the old Uoldgraph operator tIS he abit oft a generous hunk and stows ed It away in hlsropaclous cheek an- operatlOJ1l that rendered intelUgent momentstcmgOIImeditatively expectorated copious y la the general W1rooUo or the waste basket nod mid byeonce was When In the main office My tn wiret0to on any work several days betoreDKYt enough sSdep you knowrand Was only work lug on protxxutiion I wasnt very strong wihtt the hoes anyhow Well along about midnight I auddenly discovered that my tobac warfhBt on and aocount us long as there was any business on say desk Md oboe other0ov among on his books I was in lard What mode matters wors6 was that Just Wnioea from me was MrcCuilough woo Was working the Chicago wlr atIetc between times I couldnt nsk him rte give my a chew because the base had been watchhg me as thu I wanted to steal the wire After a while a bright idea BUd denly struck me I wanted that chow and I wanted it bas you lWpw I determined to put my scheme to work although I knew my Job would be gone u I wore caught at 1t I had a short message to New York and r added this request to the oporotor wthb was takIng my stall Fell Chlmgo to ask Mcculloug who is operating No 6 to throw me n chow Im starving for U and I cant talk because the boss is catch lag me I waited n minute a minute and a half two minute ond then above I1lJ the rest I heard the oHekcUck of fire message to Silt CUllough lie knew the diggmeo I was In nod without a word of com moat throw ldo plug over to me Say Ive never had anything in my Uf that tnsted half so good Bill Is the Champion Optimist At the inauguration of President Gamez pf Cuba William Jennings 1n was among those present Mr Bryan was there quite unofficially Just lOoking about to Sot points you knowHo atttl expects to hltve ml In ugumlfon of juts owm some day No Time Like the Prisent- 11r Bryan declares that after one more dpdeatlue will mire fratlt Poll inmhbmot passedwsit ddarbroherl j 1 r iY tie 6VEKNMENT TO EMPLOY GOATS To Prevent Forest and Westtuuuted The Anmais Will be Forced to Graze a Narrow Strip Paralel With Contour Throe thousand angora goats herded out on the brUShCOv red foothills of CaMfon11o are going tn do some hunt work tot Uncle Sam during tire com springtheTin ex nt will be unique boUt ns a aback raising proposition and as san engineering and glee cutters trot 1lem v The little white animals whose ion g wool tis of such great value tire going to be put to no less a task thou con dstruddng mile after mile or tire Une- Ir through the bushy ohapparal gran lathe National forests saving moo labor by the Unshed Stotts Threat vice engineers and making way tor- o forestation by merch6ntable trees Nat the least Important feature pr the ex rJmcn which for tho tint two yea will be confined to the Ls5n Floe eSt Js the foot that the task will lto performed during the rEgulor gmzlm by the goats wihlioh will not even tea lire they aTe doing a valuable wOrk Plans for carrytag on the work n utBned in a cooporntlve abreome- draam rat up by the Forest Service an 1thb owner or a band or angora goats Notionalne Forest of The scheme is t- ko o run fire lines parallel with th contour Of the slopes by cItalag trail- of about eighty rods apart rl4rmd trail are to sortie as guides for tine anger as Pbey will graze in mob direction frog thc trials killing it estimated a ctrl p or brush about 300 yards llde 0 iris dames cut out and grazed by bh e ants will serve as ideal tire 1Ines In protecting the forest coverEd ands lying beyond and around tlho8 chop sera1 auras and also make a place for reproductIon of merchantable trees For the past two years the governs monk dtas been carrying on permanent improvements In the NaUonal Forests ow an exttrnshe earls sad the eon tnlctloIJi of fhC lanes nnd trails has boom one or the most important tea tures of the work The task or clear lag the ground and providing dead far good forest trees is however Tbnha the most ImpontM1t benefit expected to come out of the experiment The proposed work of the Igora goats may finally solve the chaparral problem whIch boon troublesome In the state of CnlUorn1a for many yalTSi I1he bushy ohnpatval growth cholres out seedingg of valuable commercial fused willoh may get n slant an- wihen d dry 1s one of the worst kIIIJIds fire Skfs Otteht a sma 0 blaze w hlo tlartl is it gaIns such headwall It- n tow mlnucs ns to totals hundlreds or yards and lick Into valuable stnI1ds or merchantable timber Th6protret1on toIbe afforded by the gOOtbul tiro lanes therelore may at last bring rellefwto the rata to vhIch In iUle paltlns had Us fool aba re of timber loss through destructive forest fires M the same time a large amount of chaparral will be ldlled out to make room for the ITOwth of gOod trees that produce dumber If proven 8me0P 8 fIll IIt the end af two years the work wUl be carrIed to Na tonal Forests do other SitIlonswA1ere chaparral has ohbkcd out good forest tree and croabed a dangerous fire risk Blames His Downfall on Moving Pictures Chicago Fab 6Mbvtng lOOinho1dto three years In the Qovortntdnt yrs nounewas atvc and 011ndJoOOd eed that he had passed wJvrcal bogus dollars + I was hard up he explained Judge Landis and couldnt get a job Ono day I went intp n moving picture show and saw pictures of counterfeit ens That gave me an Idea and I made n law bad coins I thought that I could live on then until I got an honest position but I was aatfght If I hadnt seen those plcturea I would not lie bore raw Soared With a Not Iron or ocalded by overturned kettiIocu- with I a knifebra lsetl by ahsniane- ddoorinjured dry gun or In any other u ytbo thing needed lilt onto 1- 8Buclelens Mndca Salvo to subdue bUnmmation and kill the pA4n Its earJha supteme Olcaler nja1ablo for- 13oile Ulcers Favor Sores F3ozcuna II11rrY- z 01 l REAL ESTATE EOR SALE We have about w acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford raadonoa and halt miles front Sunaydale directly on the ML H E Ii n Good 1 dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water 76 acres at Davidson f3tatidti on the a i Owensboro branch of the ICn It Ii 60 acres fine bottom land willgrow j 64 or 80 bushels corn to sere l6 acres i tflSpringsthe South by raughOr e ifDweiUng story end half 1 eight rooms new located youth sloe t Clay street Hartford Ky Price and f terms reasonable f New tour room cottage in Thomas i addition to Hartford near railroad Good stable garden and never fail lug Iell of soft water A 40 acre tract thott m land one mile from Dundee Alll clearad except J about 10 acres mid under fence Will 1 grow from tatty to sixty bushels of corn per acre oneh J4 ego Terms eaSY 60 acre Itnlct of kill tamd Pile mile i from Beech Valley rrchaolhotcso anj Allrcleared except about 20 scree two dwellings barn and other out build lags A good tour toot vein of coal which Is now in oppferaiion House and lot at the corner of Clay and Washington streets now owned by E Crabtree This Ja one of 1the finest locations Jnt Hartford and the property Is to good repair House contains nine rooms and there Is a of soft wales on Jsl Apply at once ns it will not be on the market long 2 acre on the Deaver Dam and Cromwell public road 112 milee from- e Braver Dam In good taI of cu1Uva- tian good young orchard grapes strawberries taeptterles good 4 room cottage with veranda good small frame barn other outbuildings conising ofImeat house hen house coal house well Located In good neighborhood atTer good old and young orchardllgood tour room dwelUng and good out buildings Pwo good wells Located nJgood neighborhood close to schooL We dont own the property We- B are only agents tor tw owners and our purpose ds to bring together tho buyer and seller For this eteiwioo we charge one small J1llon No charge it no sale la etfeoted LIst- s your property with us or it you want to buy n farm house or lot snake your wants known CObIHARTFORD KY For a Limited TimeI GETfYOU OAN The Louisville Times Regular Price 5 a Year AND THE H RTFORD REPOBLICV t II Both One Year for 35QreaThe Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon a Iper Printed AnywHere Has the lint corps of aoruespom- dents Covers the Kentucky Stdtd per nowstieidiomarket roponts oomtlo ties but daft to everybody9l Send Your Subscription Right Away to thIapa t ti1WlthdraNOW Phis Cato daa good only r MAIL flUbeoriptlo IlIIdYo caoopt ac r coPt orders for TIlE LOUISVILLE Ta- LMDSS whore tbat paper by a segr 3- gtmt o wJJo furn1 hes paper by 1 the monftlt i ttwo Papcr8 for Less That i tjlb It ii t t 1 l i tl Jj 1 J ir r qi re i J f t I i tJ f ONLYASA tV rfin tURIDSITV i Do the Mexicans View only j l 1 Volcano in America 4 Colima Has been Active for Over i wHundred arby f yilllage Remains ILtact t t I Tie eruption of the Mexican voiatanit Monet CoUma Is not causing much anxiety among the people of Tuxpan the tbown at to foot The vro Fume has boon ia aa almost constant Gate of scmteictiveiy with occasional outbursts i of fInland lava for more than a cen tury Tim natives who live almost within its shadow are trued to flie fero 1clous threats of the oOdmioiMnln Lt Is really ma very enjpyablo form of entertalnimenti for the people of Tnixpai- ftJ lit Its TOoet violent periods v xenirhe heavens are lighted with the glowing j flames and fire tram Its creator the Mexicans dt alt their open windows and doors and lounge upon lie Ibentehei In the pretty plaza and vlovr the ndl i spectacle In silent wonder Is It not grand i they comment oni toanotherTo the eruption does not portend ilihelr possible Etruotlon But they fear the earth tat mbltngs which frequently accompany the eruptions An earthquake In Tuxpan such as have been occurring at frequent Inter t vals Blntoe the volcano showtdi remew f t1 ji ed signs of activity quickly bringst the whole populace Into the SdenitJlSB declare that theee distur bances are wholly local la1 character and are directly connected with the eruption of the volcano Tnat the vast of Lava and ashes which have poured from Mount Colima to the ipast and even during ltd present state of activity have not wrought great destruction of and Is due to tJho fad l I that ithBidlscihaiea are mode through lateral comes or canters situated o- nt toM western side of the mountains I and hwt tlhe wind has nearly al ways been favorable Wowing the asheu 1 out to sea or in a direction opposite r the settted portions ot the adjacent t f V valley Whew these conditions may change no one ron forted The violent eruption which occurred in March 1903 rutted Jn biowing off ten main creast or cone of the vol cano and two large noW orifices were formed on the western side Through r these new outletis the lava poured In beYrondVVv the bass of the mountain filling the deep barrancas or gorges and overspreading r I a wide expanse of wild and unsettled territory Lava Is now flow- Ing through these lateral cones The smoke and flames mount higher through the blasted top of the moun lain lending the spectacular effect to the scene The ashes shoot forth through ithe main outlet and are driven by the wind fait to sO Should the wind change to a different quarter v the rain of ashes might quickly bury c I not only the town of Tuxpan but many other towns within a radius of fifty to 1QO miles In 1886 the wind happened to be from tine south west during one pf the volcanos erup toms and ashes were carried as far as San Luis PotoI4280 miles Tbero t4have been ewera heavy falls of ashes In Tuxpan during the last century The 1885 outburst mused t real dtun oge to property In the vicinity of they mountains r T Mount Colima is said to be time only active volucano upon the North Amerfcam continent It had very few eruptions during the Elghteentia cen tury and the villages of the natives crowded close up to Itsbase It was not until 1869 tit the first violent outburst in Ha hlatory occurred died deetructfon bi pioixrty and some toss of life resuttd from that eruption X few daring ectoettete have climb ed Mbunt Colima with the view of making a dose Investigation of ifs fcraiter during the more passive periods of the old mountain The trip Is con dhl red very hazardous at any tune Iotiaccount of the deep barrancaa Meat must be crossed No word has as yit been rows ed from pcrsoou living to the west or lChe volcano as to whaitidam age the present flow of lava leas done in that quarter but it generally is 11 M thought that 4t Inns not reached any W locaBty iwhere Jamda are 4a cuSUvatlpn tor people reside taiitoJB and citea Tof vessete aitmlytas at JPanzanllJo pglllumati up by the 06 iJhio voteano iwhen 150 t T miles at 800 flirte Bpeotficte Ja grBOl iaod almost indworibabie A sUlht s faA of tiaherf and rosy email pumice stores ta inepcftett from potato aibig thia tabove viMbnwrWUoHKiiM I Tjdty star 1Lincoln andHisCKiIdren I1 rfllti4dremlikedd t f eyee WJmM t pe tiateedrb lead fpti i 1f 4a i Word ofPraise Fortho several Ingredients of which Dr Plerces meUIclnea are composed as given by leaders In all the several schools of welgMthananyambuht tlaonlals DnPlerceiTayorltoPrescrip verybgredlents printed In plain English andsufferfromfreq paInsdlsaiJdragglnWdoxvn distress In lower abdomen specksdanclklndfed sym tom caused by female weak ness th derangementofthefeminine organs Mi can not do rLbD take Dr PIer e ForltePrescrlptlo opentlngtaw of PrescrlptlonJn luCIa eases thereby the ob 11 cLta tlonite as scan can be v Idtdan- c I rile 0 1111651 U re n enear eel toPrescrptionnative roots to medical science for the cure of womans peculiar ailments contains no alcohol no harmful or habitforming drugs FavoritePrescriptiond es j It not or cure tumors No medlclnewlll It wilt do as much to establish vigorous health In most weak nesses and ailments peculiarly Incident to women as can It must bo given a fair chance by perSeverance In Us use for a reasonable length of time Yopnt H nr tn ept s a u HHTitJflUlili M y4IE osiSickInvited to consult Dr Pierce by letter All correspond ence Is as sacredly womanly confidences are protected bv professional privacy Dr B V Dr Plercea Plellsant Pellets the best laxative and of the bowels Invigorate stomach liver and bowels One a laxative two or three a cathartic Easy to take as candy and1 fgigOO countenance and seethe goodnatured man behind It Simple persons young as well as old Instinc tively felt a kinship with him and stood ini no awe ot him Babies in their mothers arms reached out trustingly I itoward him and rompdng youmg Blere were not stilled In his presence He delighted in their bold freedom andi did not core if they were noisy He looked Upon the hard privations of his own boyhood as an example to be avoided and no i followed FOr that lea l1ohe was not given to preach Iclg from the familiar text When I was a boy I had to do this and that His four chlldxeni were all boys Their shouts at play were the only notes of Joy that came to time ears of the careburdenud father Hhel voices however loud did not annoy him and he never seemed to be lm paUtJIlt of their Intension upon him not matter how grave might be the business which nerhad in hand Often he wont out Into the grounds and jointed In their game regardless of Me llgolty and the amazement of the tool rson Sometimes he played ball With them and their playmates running the bases with his long legs as If- he had no other purpose In life After Whiles d ath little Ted received a double chare of his fathers affection Generally they elep together and no time or 11141 1wns sacred from too boy He was tree to Interrupthls other on any occasion and crawl over him e tnt a meeting of the cabinet The president yWed to go through pic ture books with him and laughed care lessly when teachers or tutors rom plained that he did not pay enough attention o his school books From Lincoln the Boy and the Man HowS This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh Ithat- canDot be awed by Hails Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O We the undersigned hove known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly1 honorably- in all business transactions tadfiann chilly able to carry out army obligations made byihls firm WALDING IINNAN MiARYINn WnoJeeaU Druggists Toledo O Hats Catairfi Owe Is taken internally doting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the syst au Testimonials sent free Price 7Gc per botJJleSold by all Druggists I Take Haila Family Pills for con tipaiUon m t Farm Lands pThe Dover News takes the city pa peru to 4sskand shows that farming lands In Kentucky are increasing In value by leaps and bounds Th9 News sayat v- To those who havo read in the city tapers and believe It tbay farm hands In Kentucky had suffered a deprecla tlon in value amomintlng to thousands upon thouEands of dollars on Be caunt of the tobacco war will be surprised to Icnovu that facts show Just tho opposite A l1runln Mason county sold at auoJon last week for 190 26per acre Title is probably the big ost price ever paid in the counftiyfor farm lead It has been a mystery to us how anyone could be made to be hove for a minute that the raisingof he pricerot tobacco train ah averga ot SIX ceatsto an ayeraga pf seventeen cents per ipoun4 would deprcofbe- the value ot the only Iain4 that nvlll Hthelr w Icfl ty Ie MAN FALLING FIFTEEN STORIES Relates Thoughts thatPass ed Through His Mind t His Misdeeds and the Unkind Words He had Spoken towife Were Brought to Mind Two men foul from the flftrenth floor of a Kansas City building Trey were L B Trout and Charles Pepper dlne Troutwho was not Beriouajy Inr lured tells this dramatic story of his experiences Whew the ecaffoM brok In the middle 1 realize I was too tar from the ropes which descended at either end to seize one I resigned myself to fate It took about two and onehalf seconds Kb descend eighty four feet or half way down In those two seconds I thought of enough things to make a volume My fIrst thought was ribs W1H my wife for give me for working in a dangerous place and telling her I was working Inslde I wondered If the news of my death would kill my wife llhmlI wondered why I did wet strike the toot tom It seemed that I had been In the air an hourand I longed to reach the bottom to end my eueptnce I knew that my companion was ahead it me hi die descent through spaceand I wondered what luck he was having Every unkind word I had ever uite ed to my wife in 1i tie quarrels stood be fore me as If painted In glaring lines on a billboard They cut me to the quick and I thought how differently I should have acted it I had known what a terrible death and abrupt part Ing was coming I wished that In stead of an Intsantaseoua death I might have a momentt to comfort her but I knew there was no hope for that And through all my thoughts there ran as a sort of undertone a feeling of wonder why I hung suspended in the air and could not got to my Journeys end My life from boyhood days was reviewed I saw every not that I have done which I am ashamed of I saw the windows passing up and I knew I was not yet hat way down Then I felt the rope In my hands burn Ing and cutting my flesh like vibration of ale ropewhloh was fastened at both ends had carried It ilnward twelve fet at the middle and In my llglhtntaigllke rant I had ihaflptned o make about haf of my fall at the Instant the rope came neatest me I Old have reached the bosom Inlwo qsIin my hands made me wont to reo llnulqsh my hold for I thought that I would be klXed anyway But I de cided to le game Next I taw dark ness illuminated wttti mllJlonsi of sparks I knew then thaw I should tee my wife again I knew thalJ it death caste It would not belnmmedliate Then I lost consciousness Twas a Glorious Victory Themes rejoicing Jn Fedom Tenn A mans life has been savr d and now Dr Kings New Discovery lathe talk of tome town for curing C V Popper of de idly lung hwnoiuihtfees I could not work nor get about ho writes and the doctors did me no good but after wing Dr Kings NowDlEcovery three weeks 1 feel like a new man and can do good work again For weak tore or diseased lungs Ooufehe and Colds Helorll1a s Hay Fever Lagiippe Asthma or any Bronchial alleoblon it stands unrivaled Price SOc tat 100 Triad Bottle free Sold and guaranteed by nil druggls Sold and guaranteed by aM drug gist m Bug es The microbe and the mlHIonodrs 1ca Uady Betty writes Marmaduke In London Truth now rule the Court the camp the grove The following letlter has been addressed to the pres ent wrijer BACTERiA AND THE BACK HAIR SIrI have recenitly examined with the microscope the hair of 600 women of ladies in soclety In the toot of health patients of my own and oases I have attended at the hosiiital to which I am attached I have found the hair of all of thorn iteming owl J1 the most malignant microbesi In theee days when herding Ja general that la easily accounted loT In tho cro dedisl1JWts snaps mediau rants trjfeaters and conveyances ml crobea of every description are dlstrlb tOOI do not heefeaUQ to declare that the hair worn long Is the most ef Rodent agent of disease there is IB man to here Song ulcer woman long hair T the Work Girl end Morality Women can and do live purely and ooori 6 a week TThnits ell there Is tQtih ti You can see hem doing iV any time you want to if thiey dlf fer at all from women who ilved 1be t I yl J- 4H J 7 fpre the factory and the phl1tJInent store were iosUtubediIt Is a dif ference In their favor Airs Fanny B Ames factory In spector for the Sate of iMhssaahU setts gave courageous testimony on this point before the United SJatrt Industrial Cbmmi0Eion She was oak edt Dto you think factory mwork bends to produce Immorality among wom en She replied I No I do not On the contrary I think it has a very definite effect of disciplining the moral faculties Such women learn to defend them selves and tb take care of themselves I consider it a very unjust Implication to assume that factory women are Immoral They are generally an ex ceedingly moral class accepting a very hard lot in life with courage and consistencyMr of the commission then questioned Mm Ames further Dfo you think be said that the employment of womero In mercantile establishments has the same good ef fect on morals- I think said Mrs Aimes that what I have said is equally true of worsen in mercantile establishments One evil doer will furnish grounds for an adverse Judgment of all You have all heard the story of tiw young woman who applying to a ntircanlile establishment for employment and being told what wages she will re= ceivereplles that she can not live on those wages Then ehe Is asked if she has not some gentleman friend who will take care of her I leave tried to trace this story to the applicant I and to the person making the evil suggestion but I have tried in vain though J have questioned women after woman These same things that I have said may be said about a great many other kinds of employmen The women In them take a hard lot In life and bear It bravely Mrs Ames will be found In the long run to be abssolutcly everlast lastingly right Industrial work with all Its hardships and heartaches If It has in any way affected the moral character of women has strengthened it Everybody JlUia zlne T Washingtons Plague Spous lie in the low mar by bottoms of too Potomac the breeding grouild of malaria germs These germs cause chills fever and ague bill lousiness Jaundice lassitude weakness awl gen eral debility and biuig Buffering or death no thousands yearly Bxrii Elec tile BSOtors never fail to destroy lilrcon and cure malaria troubles They are tho best allrounid tonic urA cute for jnakirJa I ever used writes It M James of Louellcii S C They cure Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood Troubles and will prevent Typib d Tny them 50c Guaranteed by all druggists on S A Wifes Ten Commandments 1 Thou shalt not cause the flint quarrel but It unavoidable fight It through bravely To be victor In the first domestic quarrel may have a tendency ito elevate thee in thine husbands mind for all future 2 Thou shalt not forget that thou host married a man not a god Therefore be not surprised by his frailties 3 Thou halt not always talk mon ey to thine husband Rather try to get along the allowance he nraketh thee 4 If thou conslderest thine hus land heartless remember that verily he hath a stomach By persistently appealing to his sonvach with well cooked meals thou mayest after aM touch his heart 5 Once in a great while but not too often thou Ehalt let him have the last word U tlckleth him and wilt not do thee any harm 6 Thou shalt read the wlhole news paper and magazine not merely the stories dealing with scandal and so ciety Thine husband will be pleasantly surprised to find off and on that he can talk on general topics and even on politics with his wife 7 Thou shalt not be rude even when quarreling with thy husband Forget not that at one time in thy life Mibu dtdst consider him little short of a demigod 8 lihou EhoM from time to Ume allow thine husband to know a Htfle more than thotlOlt admltUng that thou are not fallible all through 9 If thin husband Is a smart man thou ehaA be his mend if he Is not thou shalt be both counselor and friend to him 10 Thou ehalt esteem hy hue bands relatives especially his moth erRemembft that she jovtd him long before thou dldBt SSV r TIv For Sale Several hundred acresof good farm Ing lands known as tho J F Cofllns faivnidietanCoabout two miles from Hartford on too Hartford and Beaver Dam pike Also resldence property In Hart ford twostory dwelling c and a halfacre lbtfrontnlg the new M IL B totsha For prices end term applyrlto W H orD D Co111nsHart- i tordKjr 22U a J f tar a OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 15O THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Homo and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwensboro Inquirer 175 THE itEPUBLiuAtt Bud Dually uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 29YEARSOf Honest Business Reputation is Back of Everyi IMtONt7IMtENTE SOLD BY US bt tiED MISllE SONS it IPRORRIETORB =Owesnboro Monumental Works i2- n 1 412414 B Main St Yards 214216218 Cloy St bit S OWENSBORO KENTUCKY it tfi i- C Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You i Money on All Good Honest WorK = w ww Better Than Free SUORTHANDInwords a minute and started In direction taking regular business letters Tils 4s equal to THREE MONTHS with the old systonw Wftih this sys tern you SAVE three months time and tulUon and MAKE three months salary Our Bookkeeping Is Just as good Next Monday we start an other class All who enroll by Feb 8 and take the full course we GUARANTEE a GOOD POSITION or refund tuition We have had 15 calls this month more than we could fill Enroll NOW Gttuluate in flank keeping In 16 weeks and In Shorthand In 12 weeks Write call or ithone for special offer and list of graduates Whose salaries average 70 a month CLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 937 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky UPSET STOMACH OR INDIGETION Ends Five Minutes After Taking Some Diapepsin Stops Food Fermentation and Cures Stomach Trouble Before You Realize it Take your sour tornaohol maybe you call It Indigestion Dyspepsia Gastritis or Catarrh of Stomach It doesnt matter take your stomach trouble right with you to your Pharmacist and ask him to open a u0cent case of Papes Dlapepsln and let you eat one 22gnaln Trlangule and see If within five minutes these Is left any trace of your Moniach misery The correct name for your trouble Is Food Fermentation food souring the Digestive organs become weak ther Is lack of gastric Juice your food Is only half digested and you tltelprossurevomiting nausea In bowels tenderness drtthe pit of stomach bad taste ln ououth comlpa tlon rain In illmbs lJlz ilei3sne a belching of sax blllou LeuJck and many other similar symptoms If your appetite Is fleke and noth ing tempts you or you beloh gums or If you feel bloated after eating or your ourlstomachthat at the bottom of all ithls here Is but one cause fermentaUon of undigested food Prove toi yourself niter your next meal that your Btoniach Is pis good as anythtttthere18 nothing really wrong Stop this fermentation and begin eating What you want without flay ofydlscomfortor misery Almost instant relief te waiting for I you It Is merely a matter of how soon you take a little DlaiAepsIm 4 Cruise Cost 20000000 In round numbers the crulso of the battleship fJot when it Is finished at Hampton Roads on February 22 will leave cost the American people 20000000 That cost Is figured on the prices prevailing In the latter part of 1005 The 16000 men aboard have spent about 6400000 in allowance of J 100 for each officer and nmn spread over 14 months The repair bill after the ships reach their hone pots is expected to run up to between J5000000 and 6000000 Rear Admiral ArnoUg third squadron of the Atlantic fleet now concentralng at Gtmtnnnmo Is under orders to leave Ui ro between February S and 10 to meet Rear Admiral Spcrrys 16 Untie ships wBiloh 1 UTe to leave Gibraltar February 6 Somewhere In tae broad Atiantla the ships of time severed squadrons will get Into wireleiiK cn munlcatlon with each other and then with Arnolds ships as an escon the veesels will proceed to Hampton Uoudis Will good weather they may reach tho Virginia caps two days ahead of ofIthescout crulsera Chtetsr Birmlaghanj an Salem Airship to Live On A newBjraper states that a new Zeppelin airship Is now being comple ted which will have n luxurious fur nished saloon cabin with two bed roams one with n boo for the com mander and the oti1arwith iiam mocks for lio crewGenova Oar New York Sun Notice By order of the Ohio County Final C urt parlies owing 6ubsCrpUon80n i t e Ilar lord 0ensboro pike are al scILto call ba John T Moore T Oilo runty and sottlo t it pfatUtor earliest convenience r f a- i 1PI 1 I J i Jc t ji i iv l I j 1I wy JT rl p rtif Mawa Y r ti rrn M r+w i If t Y twi J rt1drLa 0 y 1 rrr a for to Hartford RepublicaE- ntr d nccorIIoa todiaw at the restDues narUord Xr as maw 1Dettr ul tba eeBond J 1u v c M BARNETT Ent r zXI Pxouzschaou1a 3Sveraaw FRIDAY FEBRUA- RYREPUBLICAN TICKET LJJ For RepresentatlW S Deea For Circuit CterkE 0 Barran I For County JudgeR R Wedd- lFbrCounty ClerkW 8Tln letI For County AttorneyC E Smfth For SheriffT IL Blacks For sorBernard Felix For School SuptHenry Leach i J For JallerW P MldktUo ForSurveyorC S Morley For OoronerDan W King FOR MAGISTRATE 1 Hartford DistrictD S Chum her Iln 2 Beaver Darn Dlstrloto E Settfarmrera 3 Rockport Dlstr1otJohn H MBl 4 Oentertown DtstrletJ C Jacksleep eon G Rosin DlstrlctM C Cook 6 Sulphur Springs DlstrtctJ 111 Graham 7 Fordsvllle DistrictC VA belles 8 Bartlett DlatrletNo nominee on Quite a number of imminent te publlcanshR1 bees menUonOO In coo noot1on with the nominaUoa for GvSe- mor Among hem Hon E Tbeen Franks present OoJ100t0r of sad Rsvenue at Owensboro JUdge ORoar of the Court ot A- pbench I Hartford must have a Com mem Club In every town of iny Mz our nethbomng counties there t live orgnuizadon Of this kladl wshlchher Is ever ready to hold 00It IDduceuj meats to the desiring ocattod- er et h her for mere cLUzenahdp or bust ntcrprl90 und Hartford cannotafta lord to be behind r sister With a new hatlroad nearing co ion there will be many opporturhties tar such an organization to b enterprlses Into our nddet- eecure f better treighb totes and pro niotPJ the general Interest of our tie city Dy nU mans let us get and reorganize Hartfordso CommercialCl Club be 8NtotRepubldanBto throw away the fflendld oPPOltuli titagoerament for an lndettniti perlod 1111lIDdl1tho dtty kllIIOOpomums In the tmInsCCfcvrOItunLtychop and unless this Is gadaytiCCUredermire Preaidant of tho United States our the Governor of Kentucky an number or other notables have dgone to II lone spot In our nelg1hbonlng county Larvo o day to pay dhoww our to one of the great clidrabbrs American history Abraham Lino We dO well this day to honor who first mw the 1Jghton Kbnltuc soil one hundred years ago In the A little log robin with the most hum blo surroundings probably under which many any mAn was ever born who liar oh tamed the height hostruFsm enahip- and to hold on the nUection8 of the nate poollo or an classes which has bren acquired In life f1nd since death by Abraham LIncoln Ills sweet tauPteited christian life his hIgh concept ton erdl of the rights of Noe lowly and thi dof lector ty nUke and hds rise trom tJbscuritYalJll without the aid of WroWI or nanhoIdderable should be nn Inspiration to vClYJOyn In our land iWe lire ln n cdu- wVdck ntryGqv holds out pouiblltUe3 for everyut boy who lives under tllo protect ingslr folds of the stare and EtrllJoes wWchsup can be vouched ante by no other GeraC1ox tryin vhe world wroud EowlitruInills Issue will found some eerioiie obargce yb have been made by Col Jack G1dun Cox upon tie preeomt Democradc St- Pmson nte Gov offlolalaCo1i Chintz has bun run Slnto Senator for one or two torVi Dry and la at prseut DemoemtAcnomlred tars Reprresentatdvoftbm Mener co- ty rm on HIB son J Horsem Chinn hoe just cotdpxted a term as dprk of the who Court of AppeaJa It is presti hims- Col Cbdnw known wher cof prOOty t Tr N liphlgb would aaskea Co condttf uptt she 6ate Lt 1 B 11 I Si ilh conduct JnaPrisons The tlloold be 1JI ourF1Icn Jn+ artt8an board of hoe tegh dOne wlU the doneLEIsadtutona Undid that iq wil1 ineveS lie nn end to ITiat4taToeCo Aga B eri by brInging to- rgeg Iiglr theooo which inwshold tn abluM ot ghnme w eYfery IeatalC- x and eIuuli Jnwre Ithj remota- three Jot men ors Fespopadbltli lA8thisoonlHtdgh spa brlog- dtcalachan I we EQuity F rinlournAf the otn cW organ of the n1anSodetyI- t ot Equity in now puDltsbed at Indt 1A hgadugarterdeJwice dotae In f1yer tUctar Is tirnptottheea Inedueator ono ror even uih the W1bef received htiilHonEveridues grid Induce tnewmemoor to ktDo not atop fighting becaaae you Yltnk the vtcrort18 Jaen- who 066hlo eoekio deprive the farmer othis JuSt rvBrds are ever an thr arert alive and arfdre and their paid lerthe vl are SClCklng sttry hour in day ah opportunity to break through dlacord the only wtnpon which the have over had tP maintain Chef elrsmen not b on your arms its the hope that there is nDth1ngfurtMf 0do and do not lmagtaotbst nom I e else wtn tight your battles for yolL Ipdividuab effort and Individual me mfloea aTe meoeshrary In eery- of step the great sttuggW which Is now tar freedom for the famer- the commercial worM which tpc era that he la to receive a just reward for J1Qnost toll and that he and notI the man who buys his products et to what extent his expenses bnye to produce tM products tX what wwhapalso Intwe t We believe that all this apps the deatraatiaa of our as lartsourcce is borrowed trouble arradgedsmatt what mo be done with egtmo or reoources By the time the lSall gone something else IpzvOOblya faT lretiPr suhstftute its place My concreG purposesmules and ipJo 14 corlJtpdestmction by atormaarearlhqua k mrceesttylpey for poSts an ildc6troctab fence Ginaymade and almost It not qr cheap ns from timber Nhatie l the timber queatlorr Is true also coot In our opinion w4th4n tJhe btimedtlrelypurposes and for power of other oroea and a kn of the extent to which elsehr may be turned for too use ot man d will solve the coal problem e it needs setting So ease m9Ueand other so called natural lPtOOur wo need rat troube Durso arorbecause we snap bs too e or wasteful wltJh these common furnished up qy an tlIllw1Betl The coining children children will much opter than h t1haveadapted Ita the uses of mankindr and ne tetra and ttfstanhimtheFew Candidates for Governor Frankfort Ky Fob 10JuSJ how candidates for governor the pUblican party w911 have Vhn county convenitlons ale held to nonil a candidate at she next state butttroway from now Iool like tdhpto will Jbesevth It Is raid that E JP Frtinka col It In the Owensboro d1st 1ot Is in the snap and there bconU talk mien Dr Don Drohe Lieu Gov Cox and oUsers ed Cox svema 10 have the can Just prosa4 especfnHy IfGo lylUson uld be Aplrolderl to a place on the erto1 Ilhnt ouldlutGov reg Into office for two Ye1ltBand bring him into such proml F neaceakat tin wmhld have u musk 011 girosohallqnp read are the bee of friends ond It Cox decides that he wan a oto he will have no opposl ion trom wn J3runar Thda will elnrpilfy mat a eolfbldbraLly tOt the Rtrhlfsans ship Who square as ahoy tbenty ould J- lInoup prCJttYWlIdly der Cox 1909 le popuar Mr Jomes declared elf out of the ruantdg and is certain 4tIJ tbei will not be oandidafe The tltBtUnplaYeB tlten be behind Goy Cox for 4hey ed wwouldtrther ace hint nomJritLted than be but th ROM CABiN TO 1 1 Tilt PBESmENtY t Stepping Stones Loborerj Merchant Lawyer 1r1 Believer In Brotl rhood r ihrof Men Was Abra 3 r7t hamUllcolJ I r t7 rJlf kl t J aru i- Unttted J States t3oaatgryil m Q theglloiwo trio vUatb theimtJ1 I kLincou- sae The We nt Abraham L plshtd the best 8VJ1 pnce of7the 11 aUty of cur nKwbbdn Govet- so se and wfuut mind sairbitlaam l complteh dcapltntho most Jmbe surrounata s tin was born direst poverty had nb dlsdlaguisb- cogona ed or powerful lttends usher tI he threshed the high p+aya of thehuman 6ndtrror iram the cabin laborer from the ktbora to tea ch ant from the menehant w Ute lawyer tram the lawyer tohSdies from the soldier to the from the statesman to ihoo- ataltoa andvainlroEitons reached the highest tttude HonClt industry and integrity were hta waoh words He was born grtat and grew greater until th bull ill the IUS3SStn cut short his unYartilitrled career 1VlUi but- to L educational advantages 6e Dratc and aJlteroo the atate pepsin of retary Seward one ot Lbs moot compllahed sdralare of his day The aUorrlcinl pareTS of MItL1ncolu she most powerful and is somoe the meet beaudtui of BnyPteMIent hnvmtwer had Ills debates with Doug1os were masterpieces hi9 oration at Cattlr3butg a clashtiac grrseettotal war of demandingfor nom longer ox tat Bud on the ocher by the iou men ot lie slays Utmmanding some mla thai tieandatltuUgn should not be lnterlgifrd withm asIsand patriotic yet wonderful w bo l1eceslnfY that Ijlanrys lidnols ntinue that the Vnlon shau preserved then it couNtnu itUIItnwnhNi for by It alt were a 1rkuellt0 Of the nation He believed that every man shoudd as ho woe Jim own rnastcr 4 of er of U Jetty he was lt1Jy thie piser of oppression file ind allNewsibawll4me we iclcourage was IY human was intoooclY American in the brotherhood of man that nil men were equal J thrtoleesvorlY to bornLporsitut The hrokea tohere th the slave are his Iroudetrt man love of I united people Jas nobl nYepPaph Other names will perlsb but his will live growing arras coining time tore world ver produce another Lincoln There may be IlS there has boon lmttatbnJ A have been and will be oth i by wJtheyawaboundedsolo heritnse of any political hail y of belieuKentucky gave him birth and wobl1e of eXl1oupHornashrnrld drecome the maccnbrM e Aan Canpepie and all 1ho vt and It should bdinapdrediby higher nobler resolves aadslwukl have anew uppQ IUhenl4ars of their the rho patriotic tire IwhJchbumror in his I ileConcordLocal Concord Local A S of E met In ular session t Concord eohool hbu FTobllUlLry 6 1909 wlbli Preslde ntJMorris presiding nea dllnutes of rthh dart meeJng were ling and approved IV rile txrmoibatee appointed to draDt resoluUona abode their topbrt- repo i belng received the coanarietltee hope dlsahargooi but ir J applied for her and was gleanJy renelvpd acreage aud ool1ng pledge tOr was putbotoreth body audit ot wasdecdEd shat Ws filGDslld pl aehds5e mmwlthdfiYoved byA A rand sc by LOUIS Bt wn tnocomnrMYiRe the appointed to tdrou ttte tile pl one be geld lq the local eotabaft 1 o rl r any one Iflzfc iirw lift1 them rlngbY51tt h ottF f t141p1i 11ktie trart tbmlEf Feb 1ttk 1809 JI 1hI0RRl61resl SeoeetarrAtJ 01 lutfpt w tJ SVbereax adr G R Tccey a family have m93ed to Colorado atLd Wrims illtlHlck9jtYt ogio M our most faithiU moiberallOdilltMA intettthsreforotbelt ILqBQ local Concordoff A 1n- reroyal lie otlIf 1I1 l end weri1Ott reconimciUtblmwd fanli1tri1l new Ibnnd friends nn ICOlorad rcrojCUpublif far his bole paper m oueaAA CAIt1FR ifIJOUlS BROWN CommiJt tee KendallHooverleY lit FJverett Koodal11 nnd Miss Pearl MihleSclOJedtnjnan popunr and have many friends wish thorn much Joy and finpplnese MINERS CONVENTION tit wSocSuspension of Any Mine That Is theFound to Be In Unsafe Con differ Is Demanded Cldlgtuupolls Ind Feb 6Atrt selecting mdJanJ1poMs as the pia- eld holding the convontlon mart yam the convention of halted afH- Auld ne WorkJJ of Amronttr in Ioa m this city for the past three Weel delegateeIn ikele e James of DrUfsh 001umblaj hymaelit district who was defeated for jebgalea and urged tOO heamy opeirtloiu of the entire members support of President Lewis axial In Ananyndtude had been heretofore A tweHthcla Ee was added art ntternoons Session to the pream be tilt tOnatdtNti01 OI die Drganii tier Tending as follows For the bettor protection of IIVICS and health of the coal wow demand that the duties ot all exfietime thresuspenSion or any mine for nd be fn an usMc oondJilon The le committee which ted at tonights sesslon adopted clItlaityear Uho RalfBratcherBllboro ilea boss LUlio DIa1lOber and 21x Ja DJlbro eurprleod their manY Ln1e ado dues going to LOulsvtle Ned rwsday and they were rafted In evening Ter Dllbro having y itrro past three Lrs1tII surprise tOO the clorlest frt the young people thtut4 they alto C01rolksset vices In tOO regu ar army The bride is quite beard tul Popular hawing many friends The groom lis also pour numbers his trientls by jhis IC the toldidncity to beet the ceremony 1 e as mere noveltJyamTrho many friends of Oho young pea now thTwtlsh08r CM Everly Dead bfr C1I1 Evenly dltd at his r Point Pleasant Tuesday stir rs of ering lliness of ofconlaiim o1ad been i t fe lltng lichf6r tlO1Ithat hooLiIb might b ntio gradually IeW snore fedb1e it thePleeswnueral services by the 2feanmas dodge R son ot which hewjI ter brneJ8hb tEYCjlHy lrae of the oiatt oarpiorprornl ndnerutlomliled JIi iho 1Yrn ft1 tto ti ooupty He 1e surylied by o neltim1i1J r tPERUNA l EDITORI AL f tv 11 1 I rl It II r tttJii is O nBa to Ue atsregahlr pLar raeet fekexedialdianprefeltf I laDrOIPAL SOTIVBIIfQEEDI1NTlsare prluUY1B et lirteiIariie J1jtt o thebWeiJiittJi e peoplemaplmowt attl n erana rd kt 9ea aloe jattiflctttiFj fkloJ1ly de aartare we JiaUl1 from medical e aetGf aairsin t14e future lialretact th ttWashallcontink e adeertie and Nll oprpreaeetTO rIOlL1u S Ifwe daileton to doctors only to MI only tYeatlelAtediba fraterattjwonld be 0 5 to recsgatiPihM H atlfeh f J y y 111T WIOgAL1IfOTtI10THIe Id i taefTerPerpnu to the people We akilteeatiire M eettrbtr O tbr people ourelatm7stor erun ee a hoaseheld remedy Wi ekaU- ifa tto1p ly e peP e Iiteratnnteaehingtheitk teASe Hr 6 hoW to amiddiseaeeteaching thews Hwy things JHiIealjdraw ultltheveUobeorec and allow anyone who chooses to know euetly p WXAT FDQA IS COMPOSED Thisgpght io4han honestcriticism We expect however that crlt ioiaWi11 ootin On some pretext or other thoue who are eadeaaaf tile aaccess of lerunawill oeatiaaete bd I tart ButwearecleteniJ1eitegive oesrplaiatLiquidSecure It a of homes Our faith is the T bletmillionsis stronger than ever lTuy year we expect to eetabllehitewphsats vainwlWEQZA1W PERUNA TO BE A CATARRH REM DY Buy a bottle anal try it If it helps you be honest and acknowledge that it hashelpedyoa If you want us to we will publiah yourstatement exactly u you furn1ah it tans We will add no words take away no words If you wish ui to Wt will publish your potralttncoaaectioawith It We will not do this Without your ritten regain out ur entire consent Perana hu cured thousands of people of chronio catarrh in many phase and locations At least that is what the people say to ad through UIOUcitedtteltimoniak perana will cure many thousand more is spite of r- shtnden to the contnuyvWE GUARANTEE EVERY BOTTLE OJ PERUNA TO CONTAIN THS1- QfGREDIENTIi PRINTED ON THE LABFTw- We guarantee that every teetfronial we use is abeolutelytraeb1 the enact language of the testifier rWeguarantee that every photograph publishedLa the photogrtpk of the shies whose name itbears that every word of every testimonial waeaathor bed by the hand that sIgned It arebysincerityWe We believe that the dealer in Peraaa ogill applaud our course We expect even oar ep jhonestt1IIfBS Olq TBi OONTINJNE ANOTHER JOINT DE ShipI S ofE Organizer H B Sherman the Ever tltsett Adherent HA Sherman of Indianapolis or ofhecrowdracourtroom Saturday af AtoorlcaJxnaswered She man but few oft e champlonlJ 0thelntteTremalne to hear the nd dry of Mr SImt1J Sherman was Inthntluced by Paul wurehbureof those In the audience Mere mtelubereai this D8S bar Sherman Immediate ly Into praise of J A EVerIttI fprurrr president of tbeassod against whom charged were pre erred and also aLuaal the phteent membermltay r to the Fatttietti Society of Equity anal them to believe the doe EvernbasewasyDtn110oukldh n I of Mr Shermanf address II Orlhuffm camande 1elTAmerlcnt1I ernes otPreddnt D Yonrehow Eve11tt had bOOn refused re notdeser3rhet raan severely and praiSEd the president with afcrvor born at yearn intimate aseoclatkm with lnpuI1erI EgfiityPeoplehbrhe A SE Wo desire to call ymir atJtien luUanradnpeevUnSonA 8 of E 1111 Iton 74908xtingd the 1y state Union in session n Qfty of IioitfevUA OttDec Ii aeoluttonastotlowe soras r dngtIIdto lull mernberahlp L- inethe Society ibgagdleee aC edgt b Of i aaifryl i1 C 1 r- yr If 6 k II Is meant Avrif fltrs- tThe foregoing OllVOIl wra adopted 1d dew ot the InfU1OB Ywdrfoh haVe been thrown around the Sardtsty from various cauj cob ot which ingotSpaper hash been taken Into the bands of the Society and the piibllontioa of sumo wlli be L Indianapolis and un Q Nrtatonalwill not be met In the future and Owe will say In this connection that otter January flint the official paper will come twice each month insdead ot only once and that so soon ea poBrlbL3 the Board wUt ntmpge for n weekly Ubllcat1on of semis Now as every thing Is gottiuglntbh- ood running order and sucti grand success has been reached In the to 0 alsotheBrother Wheat Growers of the North west and In fact aU brauMes of our Soolety we certndaly fool aura tiegayourlocalabove to irons members and let us Addduringand new mttnben In this Stnte tOfil thett fthat we can control prices will ou act at once had start for rom eri1berprice of liberty lonIn1908 S B ROUERTSON State Secy A S otE The far of 1 coughing Hammer blowssteadify ap plied tbre kl chl d rock iflf 1 Iandlears t n s ia1Bo14 I XaI IAweIL t 1 1ZJSWR YI9e p 1tIueNtWvptrUMIaeailwota1laaNipMlr tSwryCUnttM rwlgtA J of 1 j 3 W N rd T i r iy y r rnr- y i 1 t ia- A Ji f I J c If 411f I f rJ f I y i I ja 1f WANt iY WHEt ER YOU WISH FoR SOME ONE ELSE To rfcE YOUR OR YOU WISH ToI BE A FOR JoME DRESS it v WELL IS HERE JbME THINGS h Wtf WILL YOU i k t New Ruchings Late Novelties in Belts I i Belt Pins Spring Hosiery New Spring Goods katest in Waists New Spring Muslin Underwear Goods Spring t aud It will pay you to inspect these new t h 1t rSpring Novelties And buy of a House that is everajert to your 4j Needs THE PLACE IS Republican I r FRIDAY FEBRUAlRY 12 L IJIpols CentraIRalioadTlme Table y Mortis Bound HanlliBonna dne 4O5 a m NoWl duUII alD- t lrlIn248pnlkrI TIME TABLE tern Sunday monflnft si q oclock ntnrnlng attires Than d4T When People H Are Sick They need a doctor and ttuon the watt thing they need is pure drugs oodI an experienced druggist to fill the doctors prescriptions THERE 13 WHERE WE COME IN We have both the puro drugs lIthe experienced druggist We will fin I lyour prescriptions RIGHT and at as low a price as you can geOanywhere Y We also ray all kinds pry drug store Notions sad Supplies and proprietary Ir bieddolaOsllGlye w a triatatuierolI r cprnferA fI i DRUG COl- v i ft Incorporated 4 t Mill Ends airs till selling at Bto Inard Coa ppBC4ng yfurs to US Carson 1J andhg1t the Cash 25tt r Tt Hartford dHl Co will pSay T 110 j POT pusher for good wheat 26U v ft lEteah NorthoraSeed data cud Field I Seed for tea J W Iprdg- s r Mri JoBapb Mauser Ten Cttiy Indr t tis the guest ot 1TL F 4Voormesd i SchTMters Studied over Tk t officestI iJ Mr and Mrs rIlean ono InFIaJ Jfj trr inwketB punch isfcte feoo tor i lnm J J T 7 41ee 4lIsYwbo lilts been quote- it L e 1 Vat tsar n efn tS Alexander eborhoodi facmDtt to fan i 1YingrYv dY Grocery- n l Woik guaranteedPrompt de1yery t U Her t assn 1iAiLIU dSteam Laundr- vivn y to ithpiwife t Srv JofcnH Bea f Sof IWe1 west H oro nflightoorMaod ut FridaY atJ boy Dr J rriMlfcr ys rati6e bbI- u 1 LV t8tkdJriL If r one 11 ii2 f ye leer ie1a11 etM Bs t tlravaingageet JwIM yeti dolt t kIJ d I t f f i j r Tg LBDrTHAT Yov Ob1EON- ETOT3EYduR N Ya- UusrloK WEqANDJ3 WELL J3eACoMtTHiS DI a11tiLACE 3uret z BRtawt VALENTINE WHETHER VALENTINE oNEELsETb NECESSARY ARE BELiEVE INTEREST igal1l Dress ReadyMada Nefthife Laces Embroideries Hartford WPJir86TawlsThredesveiilerttord HARTFORD Republican ofpsn Barnard Cos Sale tests until next Saturday Come- One4hird off on odd Pants at Bar nard Oos until nest Saturday FOR SALE Two horses and road wagon Charley Colburn Sunnydale Ky 28U ron RENT Desirable suite of office rooms splendid location Apply at this office 2Ctf Elmer end Robert canard have sold their forms in the Liberty neighborhood land A iilgr west Jerome AllenrCoroner Hartford R F D No 1 wity answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour itt Sir and Mrs H M Mauser of Romomda hid are the guests of Mrs EllzabethvCampteU and family County attorney Ej M Woodiwoird was In Evansvllie ledon legal bus Inidss the Jotter part of lout week IMr R E lice Simmerman returned the latter part of Sistl week from buedaees trip through Ohio and West Virginia Mr and MroA A JHVy and son of KnoxvlUo Tenh are the guesitls of MrA M Barnett of the north Hartford neighborhood Yrs T L AnsterEon of the Bast Har fordi neighborhood has returned from a fey days visit to her sister Mrs Otha Leach Earllngilon BlJr W C Sohilemmer has reNurn ed from a few days tfeit to relafttwee at Cawnellon Ind White there he attended a reunion of lids tamely his mother who Ja 93 toeing present t TO LEASE Far one two or three years a farm about 5 anltes boow Hertford atearr Hartford and Llver mOM road for partcu1ars addircsa A L Oaram 434 E Camp street Louis vile Ky Miss Powell Jones who thud been engaged In teaching with Mr Bailley E Brown in tire Hbpewell melghbor hbodfhas completed her school and returned to her home In Haaftfiord where her parents Ilrnnd Mrs J C Jones rocenJly moved Mr JAJnbro who has teem q nrmyltorpleted prig term of enllstynemt and returned honij lIre Ellbro whb nyas a musldan In the military bandspent two years In Alaska during his np llsmenj born JtflfCary Burch Royfldr yl on an 14 1909 an eleven pound boy Cfedtfjaoedl AVH ran aioward IWi Unoie Cory is 62 years bid Dd ibfeB with 42 He Bays he mdeB for TUio young naanceake of ttae president ito uphbdl tiro thtonbrof tine nag wfien the rea lie8Ajlhe proper age llr J IiOoolf Of live ScfaaiolJtter soil flhtouea B Mkxfciood dais Iswt Sunday evening t4 oc dls eases loc lepti oUt ageafter a lUnea icf it alb a Yew dkys After aeA p 6e fui1e eeryicek4 elededNed 7rt6le t reiickori Isn u were Wft Iloatset o rlila lrtnin ftwstly burY1t1s t 716ejdee 14d wsa- tiw wt rir JtIfCot 1c wlltalJ bs I s iIf c1iTIlobent wells tit visiting refs tiYPa fn 1VJrltosyfile ra Take your Qloth a to Fred Robertson and have them cleaned and tress ed All work guaranteed Mr Ben Taylor who has been en- Joying an extended visit to relaitlve at BirdeegfeTlnd will return today VIe President of he National A S of E M BharpBorwilng Green Ky catted to eee us while In town Tuesday WbtrlnsSkirts nicely cleaned and neatly pressed by Fred Robertson at the Y MC A building Give him a trial After a law days tidslt to Mrs Qt Bi Likens city Wire W P Her and daughter Miss May have returned to thou home at Rookport Attorneys S ArAndereoa an P Taylor returned from IeulsyJUe W dqday where they had b qa onr important legal business Notice the ad of Mr W D Luce in another colunm Mxi Luce does first class work and uses noting but the best and most attractive material We are paym 22c doz tOt tegs this week Ali other kinds good country produce wanted at the highest market prices SCHROADER CO Hartford Ky Young Mr Jesse SmSo of the Washington nelgfclfrrlhtefl mho Us fort cniibieil recently by ai lords- ca wngcai nmning oil it fell nan night kflt week and broke bds left leg above the knee Drs Ford and Ri ley were called nUb dressed tjie wound and wfton test board froknf hb was resUng as well as could be ex pected Bob Nail Fred Noli Ed Nail pad lar2al Griffin aU colored were tried before Judge W D Taylor Tues day on a charge of disturbing a public meeting Hkey Zero f1nd5 each Bob Nail Fred Nail and Ed Nan gave bend fur tba payment ct taelr fines but Marehpr Grlffinv nvtb foiled tjmako grod m1ia sent tot jail wJtfr tfca work claustj oiStna ed On last Friday evening r The Republican force received a new addi Lion in the pun of Miss Martha Mixry Smith The young lady has taken up her abode with edlttof and Mrs C E Smltlh on Fredrlca street Those who have had the privilege of seeing the young lady report that she dsaa splendid good looking baby and gives promise that she will develop Into one Of the belles of the town bye and bye Tom Crahan of thic IIOr69 BrohoH neighborhood who has long been want ed on an old capias for fine assess ed against him sometime ego was cap tired by Depully Sheriff J W Martin at Horse Branch Toiesday night Cretan has not been away from lips home nelghborhood evading arrest but has boon successful In dodging the officers eve iry time an attempt was made to capture palm He was also wautted on bench warrant on iredlotiment wlhich is now pending In the Ohio CircuitI Court He was delivered to Jailer Flener who Is now looking after Iris keeping Dave WllUdims wfhbi claims tb hap I frtotm Grayson county was arrested at McHemry lUst Saturday night dibTKti wfltj peeing lento poodles windows utter mlgtit and was bnonight to Hart ford and plDced in jail For score time list tie pecple tif McHenry hive bten greatly anno icd by sctncf one peeping 4n at Ihdr wtadcws at bed time and last Saturday night Mr WeJkelond lllscweredl Williams In t11l act Mr Waketond trtaltf Mia tea tgun and went clut and arrested him and culled up Judge W B TayJkir vJMa ordered him to Jail rife was cried TUCB day for the offense and fined 100 wcJc was suspended on V4Hams promising tli leave the county wWcfo he did by te bttrtest route fThe protracted mooting wMcawas an noun In these columns last week began Sunday at eMethodjBt church The pastor Rev Elgin Is being aasls 4ed by Rev R T JJrown of EU abetk town Ky whodst1lIssionaryDvange list for the Louisville Conference Rev Brown hoe been preaching some jflaln sermons which have been a ijetuedlc tion to all who ha ie been fprtunate enough to hear ithemJt js hoped that much good will be accomplislved through the etforte of hem minisrl ra woo are k bong unAeMishiy for thij alraUoniif and the good of pur town 3ey have made ifplain that all Christian people ore tavlted to take paActnitlie services and kip tool til ntseesmuoh at home bs If y Olt 8 ohUI bInteT eate growing from ttmelo Was- andttqmgglIng Xilkely to qonUInue nttepnitwr t v For Sale I Until Sajurday February 27tth at noon 1 will receive sea4edi bide for materiHl contained in the brick bufldtng fa W e turf hbntsoyaid fr reemove xhe mattattanid wA rubbieh and fill tei boavatto- dghths n- rVn two afferpurobasetIf iVi Msn factory price te not iibt cl jridea- lpdfd tyreproI iVII Ire ttad pguo6loa yM8rohL W BBAYLOItyJ J CzC t 1 tYt 1 I WfIJR TUFiBUSY R HPEK i A movement tejon foot to have the Kentucky Leglsteturei Appropriate moo I ey to build a LlncoJn and Davis mem orial bridge across the Kentucky Riv er at Frankfort Gov Willson has appointed Gen Roger Vn lams of Lexington chief marshal of the Lincoln centenary cele lJeutCoIGrtake command of the militia on duty that day r V e Toile F derai9rund Jurys investi gndon at Chicago of rebate charges RKalnat the big meatpacking compa nies hOB no signs of coming to an early ronclu ort The jury nowbusw- been cooslderlher evidence for nearly two months e e iAitorneysforMihe Standard 011 Oom pahy have nfade motion before the Supreme Court of Missouri fora modi fication of the Judgment of ouster I and that they be allowed to do busi neea in the state under the eye of the OOlllltIPresidentelect Taft and his party offsdalthe Panama Canal is progressing in I a satisfactory way Mr Taco and hIS party are to be received at Now Or I leans with great eclat when they ar rive thoreIBryan was Injured In an auliompbllo wreck near Tarpon Springs Fto Sat urday night turns out to be a rank fake Mr Bryan gave his looture The Prince of Peace to a packed house at Jacksonville and stamped the report as untrue He sold he was eni Joying perfect health a I President Roosovelf and his party contemplate a seedy trip to Hodgen I viJJe The presidential train left Wnsh ington over the Pennsylvania railroad at noon yesterday and will arrive at HodgenvlIOe about noon tod- aY Returning the train will leave Hodgenvllte about 230 oclock b day afternoon and arrive In Washington about 1 ocjock p m Saturday The President will make a brief fetop on his return at he Site of the nbw col ored school near Louisville r fidSenate Tuesday became in volvex 1 11a discussion of the type of that should be cpnstructbdi at- Panama Senator Kltredse chairman of UK Committee on1 Interaoeanlc Ca nals preclTl ated this debate by bringing In an1 adverse report on the Hopkins bill authorizing the Secretary of thfl Treasury to Issue bonds to the extent of 500000000 for the construction of the canal Reading a statement of exixmdltunes on the canal up to date he declared that the comple tion df the lock canal would cost 1400 000000 and insisted that a great mis take had been made in not adhering to the plans for the bul ding of a sea level waterway which he said would be cheaper than the lock canal Bill Duke Again in Hoc Bill Duke who bas been at large for the past eighteen morrlhs was cap tured by deputy sherflf W C 811I Icy north of Rough creek a few days agoDuke Is an adept uit blind tigering liquor and it was to pay a fine assessed against him for this of fense that he was wanted AtouiL eighteen months ago he pleaded guilty before Judge W D Taylor and a heavy fine was nsesssed against him and a provision of the Judgment as sessing the fine was Uhat unless the fine waS paid Duke should work the seine our nt 1100 per day An at tempt waa made 10 work him on the levee in July or August 1907 Dulls same was being cleared of the underbrush foropaTaWry to throwing up bheI levee In July of August 1907 iDukos work took him some distance fromI the other fojke who were engaged and the moment he was out of sight of then be made MB pscapvC He was heard from i veral tlmeo after this but was not apprehiendied until deputy sheriff Ashley Wok jtttra into custody It ds not proba ie that Duke will escape any mOl as iby tia7 time the weather opens up dn the spring BO that he might be worked his time will have eftplL iIDffdlrlf MidkiffDead thc wife of John p died Jan1tJi 1909 She f 1i1ls and five boyw to mourn the 1 W of a mother besides a host of ZL4JIds She has been a member of Be oh Valley church for a number of years Wnlle God has seen fit to 14Ishot home by T H Mldklff and she was buried tn JJe Cap grave TdIIff For Sale A SfeielJimhip in the BowSnig Green DualrssehUolkie A Scholarship in Loci iJ3ualneesColege Good at Evtu ile PnducaSi or any other poMtp4i M their school Is maintain ed Alitttits oMlc 1r T GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS THE SUREGROWING KIND Are a afe proposition for ui because we can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be unsatisfactory can be returned at the shippers expense That means no chance or our having poor seeds in stock Doesnt that make COLD MEDAL SEEDS a pretty good proposition for you I B Pe BmmftBnis r Bearer DiEKy CUPID STILL HOLDS LEAD IN KENTUCKY Divorces Since 1887 Only One Twelfth the Number of Washington n tucky had 359783 marriages within her borders from 1887 to 1906 inclu sive of both years and the to al number of divorces grunted in the ooura of the state during thin per lea was 30641 In other wlonls4 the number of divorces was about onetwelfth the number of rmarriagcs It Is fair to Kentucky to state however that many of the divorces granted were to people married in other stfltea Divorces grunted by Kentucky courts to couples married In Kentucky numbered In the period Indicated 22199 which is far from being as bad a showing of nmrlrtlal Infelicity as that madre by many other states Of the 30641 divorces granted in Kentucky from 18S7 to 1SOC 12 C99 were granted to the husband and 18082 to the wife Of the divorces Krantod to husbands in 1837 cases there were children and in 4838 there wwe no children In the re maindor of the roses in which the husband was granted the divorce there was no reprt as to she issue Causes of divorce granted the husband In which there were children were as follows Adultery 446 cruelty 39 desertion 077 drunk eninees 2C combinations of cauE named 206 mil other slums 143 Causes of dhorce In cases in which there were no children wore as fpl lows Adultorx 1278 cruelty 43 desertion 2785 dnintennefis 26 conbiuationR of proceeding causes 334 all other causes 32 cases not reported as to children 5854 Of the divorces grunred1 from 1887 to 1906 the nurhber granted wlvv was 18082 In these cases 6571 reported children 5362 roiwrtsd no children and in 6129 cases no re port was made as to issuo In cases reported children causes of djvorce were as1 follows Adultery 167 cruelty 1485 deeertloST 3100 drunkenncse 3559 neglect to pro vlde Sf comMnations of preceed Ing causes 1187 all other causes 236 In cases In which there were no children 6385 in number Xhe causes were Cruelty 1116 desertion 3033 drunkenness 18JJ neglect to provide 27 oonibinations of preceding pauses 610 unknown causes 193 Kentuckys banner year for divorces s1903 In which 2095 unhappily mated coupled sought find obtained ire estate from thblrmarriage bonds In tbe The smallest plumber granteIn in Jiny year from 1887 to 1906 1888 Ayhen prily 124 dlvorceu weT I r granted In 1906 the number was on ly 2050 COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Feb IGIrs Hannah Stevens Atfelt ed MirB Joe Hooker and Mrs Bottle VIUianiB the latter part of last week Th6 Rev Gardner XilJbd his regular nppolrflntwit at Sody Creek Satur daYiLooSunday rrum party given by B3r and Mrs feme4Barnard last fitoursday night wye enjoyed by all pnroIl1t Mr T R Black is on tiletlck list Sir and sirs Sam Raff yd la visited the tatters parents Mr and Mrs N M Stevens Saturday night and Sunday The Pletricj Union of the A S of E met atWspIace Saturday quitO n nuni fjer of visiting friends were in atten lance and a most enjoyable day was spent by all present Mr and Mrs Byron Taylor and liUfle daughter visited to Denver Dam last Thursday i Lady Maccabees to Entertain Ladles of the Maccabees will have a special meeting February 25 their regular date for mecltng All members requested to be present I Roll CUM PoUpouri Vocal Solo Lady Ida Tappan Welcome Lady Com Lady Ate GriffinRecltntlonLady Nola TInsley Hum of he Hive By Hive Lady Sade WlHlams organist Hive ProphesyLady Sue Yelsert Vocal Duet Ladles IBIrkhead and Woerner I numerous RcndlnR Lndy OBannon v Debate Resolved that more good is obtained from alteidlng a Hive Review than an evening spent eo claUy AffirmativeLiwlies Tura iMlr- tthewsi Mary SoWciumer mHo liar ne i Negative Ladfcs Bra Foreman UWnnie Foster Lola flinch i Selection on IhonograpltLady Era Bennett Comic Reading Lady Susie May inInatrumentril Solo Ludy Sanderfur i Humerous RedtuionLudy Mary E I Taylor Drills by Guam sPHiPPSrr r OBANNON II TINSLEY J r SCHLEilCME- RIntcrtalnment Corn I A fine of 25 cents for nonperform ance of duty r Ordinance of Town of Hartford TM City Council of the city or Hart ford KX do ordain Sec 1 That the regular uieelilnfes rqfsa1d City Council shall hereafter be held at front upper room over grocery of Jas Lyons on Center S4Tpgt In Hartford Ky on the oven Ing of the 1st Wednesday of each r month ay 7 oolock p m untUl 1st of April anti at 7s30t oclock thereafter t to November and thereafter to April 1910 at 7 oVjlock I JAMia WILLIAMS Mayor fir GEORGE LEWIS Clerk Approved Feb3nLw1909Np l- S5 5S r- A llJitfEARS 9 WORK IN A NIGHT r Ope College Nan Who Proved the r Worthlessness oft t Exams TSome college pmtesAors Insist that tine examination B8lem Is a failure nil they can cite lfstadoes Issyro the New York Sun witch they 6elteve Dear out their side of the case One ottb8se faculty men a recent gmdu ate from a large unlyerslty rted- dWhen I woa In college tbere was a man of great capacity WIho hoo neglected one courst from Jib fresh man Hoar when he got a condition When u came down to his senor year he had to make It up but he Set It go until she very last et otenmln- n1dons Then he had to get It ort or lose his degree hls man knew ro Wle or Ger man the course In which he wns de flo1ent that he could not eien read the printed words with case let alone understand them But die pass ed the examlnaUon- He went to a man In his clws who was prorJclent In German armed with setaof exnminatIon papers In that course for about six years back They picked out the rocvrrent questions until fJnnJy they saw that there were enough wthlch were Included In the various papers or arch year to Insure a passing percentage This man wrho as I said was of great atpaclty then proceeded tom morize a correct answer lb each of theee questions lIe ins a keyword for each quosdon so that he would recognize It even U It were not worded as exactly as tie one on a previous paper With thIs sort of Work which took him about all night Jo Went in to the examlnatlol1 and passed oft n yeas work triumphantly rS Nasai Catarrh an Inflammation of the delicate membrane lining the air passage Is not cured Iby nR mIxture taken Into the stomach Don t waste time on thorn rake Elys Cream Balm throUrt1 the nostrils 130 that the fevered swoten tissues are reocbed- nt once Never mind how long you have suffered nor how often you have boon disappointed we know Elys Cnoom Bald is ah9 remedy you should use An drugglats roc MnUedJby Ely Dros fiG Warren Street New York fls An Ode to Roosevelt Thedouse COmmittee on Appro prlatfons which has lcd In a fight agaInst President Roosevelt is rejoic- Ing at the approach of March 4 Pinned on a looldngg1n3B in tile committee room near a calendar con suled by members of the committee ttlduy was the following eonnht ex- IIIessing the fe ing8 or the committee The authorshIp of the sonnet Is un known the writer carefully hiding his IdentityLook the glare and ere you turn away Consult this nnumber here from day to day It shows In fashion brief and man ner curt The leaden ragging or these days that hurt It says each morn as writ In real or blue YouU soon be through wIth him lnd he with you And thought lie minutes seem Uke dragging days Each nears oh sweetest thouSh the parUng ways When we will speed him from UU haunts of men With Ileavan biers you tilt we meet nnln But softly murmur DS we give our ribs a prod A pooI1h lion Is the noblest work of God rnbo sonnet was f4naly removed from the glass Marriage in France it to only tMeen snonth since a aw was passed In France cooskler ably simplifying the Iormalitim of ma nags This aw authorized men and lWoma over 30 to marry without the consent on condition or being able to prove that they hind been notified of glue Intended marriage uMorfever if the liar eats ron not be ofoullld it is sufficient now for their absence to be atddby the juge dS Imlx and tour witnesses The result has n a rapldincrease of marriage over 8000 In the first year M Jacques EerttUlon of the City or Paris Stnlstlcs Bureau proves that this increase b duo to the new act seen that in 190516 the mzjorlty of mar rJoagcs were OOlvely tn the first sIx months or each year 153812 36481 164328 In the second had of each ofWiessetree ytul the Figures wtto 148811101087 and 160680 It will be seeds tta4In1905OOhcmajorlty of mar tlage tookpIace do tho first half year and this Itw haJJ hitherto been gent er Ia 1S01 3OWeisl JtIIW1it seeoa4 kU year welch iw I4- ecrean aad ItaH is this li y r that 4beS2eW bIt bee 1w 4x the esietct ot Mmpfty4ng tIje- forrnti3tdes ties bea to Saoreeae the number of iarriegiea It1 the opirt meat of the Seine inioluefveyotParie by nearly 2800 and the fasmq 1I true of other towns It t cldflY the workklg cJl1SSC that have benefited by this wises measure for the lnereaee Is notfceabo priiudpadly In the poor gnarterstd has ebeerved n nations faots erne y tha a French wori man often does not marry because he does riot wish to lose a days wages fIh1 Is proved hoe says in ParIs ILtst by the fact that mOISt workmen get married on the Slllturdnr do order to have theIr hOnemoolli on Sunday when hey would not Ion any event do any work One may be Inclined to- quettton M DernJUons conclusion but evoay one will recognize to advantage ot hIS proposal that the2i1aid should be thrown open on Sunday to peopie who wish to got married on that dnyFrom the London Lealer- ThroatTroubl r se Weaken the System A serious illness la often brpngbt on by a neglected core throat I All throat troubles invariably weak en the syseu and should not be allowed to go uncheckedIA gargle made with twelve drops of Sloanfs Liniment In haY a grass or water will brook up a sore throat Slonns Liniment Is an eXOOJYII1t remedy for tonsU1tIs croup athanbronchitis AllIl1ed freely to the Jut side or the throat and chest It draws out the lrtiammaUev reduces tle- swelAng and relieves any sorencva Twelve drops or this IJlnlment In shalt a glass of water makes a spltadid antiseptic gaTgle AIr Albert W Price of Fredonla Kans writesWe rave used Sloans Liniment In the fancily for about a year and find U IU1 excellent relief for colds and hay fever attacks Two drops of the Liniment Ina teaspoonful of water wilt stop coughing and sneezing dnstantty- Mr L T Hurt of CoatsvUe In4 R R No lwrltcsI fond your LIniment the best renredy l have aver tried for sore throat ettber for horse or man I once cured a case pf sore throat on myself the second day and almost the first right which had continual or over tdhreo weeks under con stmt treatment of three physicians J was traveling and itwas getting worse Never Touched It I know Amide does trot drink confided Mrs Pike to her slater tat Isanything stronger than a beer on a hog day or maybe a hot whIsky when he has a cold I made up my mind to test him I have always said I would never live with a man who drankso I prepared n tstI went down the street lb a liquor store and bought a box containing bottle or wflisky a battle of Jladerla wine and a bOUie of brandya1 for one dollarln the irrettlat little box Then I surprised him with it for ChrIstmas and J tall you he was surprised when he row It and more so when I confessed that I hod only paid one dollar for the bargain Archie promised me solemnly Itba- thI would never ttaste the horrid stuff and although I have kept It bandy In hIs study ever since and watch ed It anxlousy every dayle bas kept lea word Kept his word I Oh I am so gladPuclcDog 600 Miles Home Perhaps the most romarkalrlo feat eve performed by a dog Is TelJortfd In a letter received re by n morn bar of the National ox lIunlWn1 As socia44on from Judge Hoff of Hot SprIngs Ark He announces the re turn of his famous fox hound Iiemlt nol which was lost during the flea rtlals at the annual mtUnl of the soCnUon ot Crab Orchard Springs Ky last Noveurlxr Jude Huff rays the hound rearmed his home near Hel fll1lnsa blenHniJ front all four fe t and almost starve I to death In making the trlll um Kentucky to Arknnns the wcund had to swim the ltllssltJ1JIJt and Arknmias Rivers and dot covtr n dlti ante of over GOO milwLexln ton Ky Oar Wash InlgtOl1I Post SURE CURE For All Dheu o- fSTOMACH LIVER t KIDNEr SIMPLEREUPE IiICURE T E iEasily rrepar dMedchMGo 4 For KIdneys and bladder J Herr is a simple homelaipldo mIx- ture ugtven by as emtnteDCeivUhbrty on Ildnay dIeensea ihb anaakea the tIIotemwt that It win reliev almost any ease of KldCey trvubiKtakenn belare the atageof BrIgtht 1ltsense- WI states that 6UCb1 aB issue bank pain tn the sidetttapgently dl sire to urinate especfaf4y i1ti1Ctght painful tId dlero9otad urlnaekml ore readily over Here le ttna recipe Try it Flutd Extinct DandeCdon onehalf ounce Compound IQfrenl one ounce Compound Syrup Saasapa three ounecs Take a vepOua after ed meal and at bedtime tphese ingredlents are aJt harunl sand easily mIxed IJt home by slinking well lit t1 bottle This mixture has a- pecular heaUmg and soothiug died upaln the entire Kidney Utdnnty ttrulr urn and often overcomes hewanLt toms of Rheumatism In just a little while TibIa mixture iat mid too remove all brJcd dl orders amdcure RheumatlflIl1 by rom11t the KidnrOs to filter and strain from the laloud- acd systtm all uric add ai4 foul decomposed warts matter which cause there atflletlons Try it it you arnt- wol Ease the prtsvniptdun The Advance In Price of Land One of the reenarknble features or the socaled panic of 1917 and its consequences Is ills failure to adversely at feet the prises r values or tthi ogrl cultural lands or the country Prior financial dlsturbancCiS Invar1a14y did so Tine IJames of 1867 18T3 and 1893 were each followed by serious dtprcs slons In the value of teal estate of aU kinds and especially otthe arm log lands of all the states regard ess of lomUon or condition In tlls latest of our monotary Strlngendes there has occurnpcb ndhlngln the way or reduction In reality values In any of out flUes and In the country there lUiS been during the past two years an actual lnerearo in the areas or cultivation ano incn hse In the values of production and 1kenem and widespread Increase in the values of not onllY cuitl Bted but ot uncultivated tarn lauds No bonhr evidence Dot goupp- eliclal nature of the panic could be had than this and no stronger proof of the alrsolatey sound financial po sltlon or the agriculturistS of the country and the prosperous conditions pentafning to OUT agricultural intereuts than this general steady and pro noUnced advance of the prices of to tilled and untilled lands of the Unit CoreIover have left our shores Our cities con itmue to grow In population and our country distrIcts are stemU tncreu lag tn the number of SnhnbPa11lSI The great areas of lands In the far West are no longer obtainable lilt prior- low rates and ournaturol increase to IJOpulafo Is not only glVlug greater i number of Inhabitants to the mlle but the dnmand for housta squareI dlUonal millions with GOv1ernmprivate ownpershf every year now In millions of acres and Jt is luvari I ably at a higher prior per acre the dull times In clUes and manuraotur lag dtstrIctg have eausedi many tact gotlc men to seek the bets r diving and the mOTe permanent emplopment which Is to be Und upon smw11 CtIoIIms The profits of large and small far mete for the ass twelve yearn have encouraged themiselves and tlleirabdl dren to remlllin ns rlcukuriets ant taught them the true value or the nap lhete same profits by dmonatrhtdn the Income that can ie secured thtvu- raketb la vllluei the prices of the z from which they have hen iL3ri la and WI other values off sdmllar acres whether in New York or Texas It matters act what otate or J rrltory be soleced as as examJ d4 irII Even tie New Enht Und tainting frt- ldcti twenty years ago at their ow CElt eondtlono are weU to do tQOOy From the st Lahwrenoel and I1B Iokea I Quick RelleftndCtarefor Sea lobe 3ackaolte DJnln- elIndleUola etc tothetg2froer site tl6 to4k- ePilt ills tarming cennnuntlee of- the Y States ate at psi 1t butte I14lancdalccadien Lan fteritt these hl hory Taknean W1JiY state sir in alie J ethPtindt- Vld 1B enbaged In agrlaihktwM suits arefas better tHIDi1cI JY tllat the fad4vtduale ftiitt the oldeg- or tile oaIldsooUEliia xhnnnd Use rIb s lfdDgtle cases hhereer4t1Q every rRacon fbr cuss atLvanoo nlte- valpesof khhe kLn1Sbl the oou rtry A v the industrial situation grows better anti foreign 4anmtgtat n fncrttaaes co vast propottlonty as Jt IHabout 00- do tttei ki9meO1 value of farm Mnd wilt EIt1Ube more rapid than fn qhe poet bun yeses Indgstrlalaottity will lncxeate the damand for agrkcul tumlprodctslUld the to tired do round mIl Bid bpthprodu cu and prottt Tao arrival of tM iuunigrarao- w1ll ngtltululues of ncrUge by the utldHlonal demand for them while the mere active cnrcuiatfon dmoney w415 sttmutate and incieae pie purchadpg power of the masses of- th people The farmers or the Unlit ed Stntes bate the world tor their cI- totnesa std they now know better than ever before tole value of their brood acresCtnolnmuU lnqullt The Crime of IdlenessIdleness mans trouble for anyone Its the sluno with a lazy liver It cauws ron ratIon headache Jaun dloe sallow complexion plmPles and blotches lots or appetite nnuicn but Dr Kings New Lire Pills soon Jim lera liver troubles and build up yourr health 25c lit all druggists m THE VERY BEST 101 Have any of our readers seen a recent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for MOpy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperops and home the happiest place bn earth The editor by asking its readers to criUcise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains pimple ihformation that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts Tile mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children nd other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and frivolities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in platt ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that AsI are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and temporal rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unanimous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0 ii1guonma1Qldek tIontrlctyoonadenta1HANDBUCInoonPatent lnU taken Ibroub Munn eo teretr r riGt ablketrstoutcearees au tJle Sdntiflc Rmtrkaw andometyflotratedereek4nrsYtelryo- fPanon eeel orany olenUelouoI a WjQrkUraeeb LECTRla1ITTERSs The lJettoalcCUyeI eu D3rec tpxy- C uoetrlrcut CourtT F 8kklheul lung- eBeoIvIttagoAltorrtiey Wh i hIene- rJIier 1ed O Barrau Prank lo 1et Monsxrwiee Mnl1yaGisatMos4ity7lg rarotr and August and ooit tinges three weeks and Gtlyd monday 14 May andNovClBib2r two weeks JudgeAliA 1 rHartford CoUrt convene flrit Ineaeiitidontb eriCourtDe1n1 on the third Monday January April July and October C l1of cltJCCoDveRNtrll tfIIn and orlathe first Tues dar WJcto rtOther OtflcereN Moxtey Surveyor tihreverw Leach AHeHOr Rs Ito Jinne eWeellesch ooiSuperlnt CoroaelJingdJUSTicES COURTS J H WUiams BeaVer DamMarch June 2t September 21 December 2t W PMllfer Horse Dranchllarch H June ZSepem er 3 December 2e W So DundeeMarch 27 Junt 26 deptember 26 December 2- 7w n dgeloord1lvlUo March 20Jun 2 September 27r December 28 D S Chamberlain DedaMarch 2 June 20 September 28 December 29 Herbert Render CentertownMarch 30 June 29 September 21 December 3n- Jchn H Mlles RockportMarch n June a September 30 December tlIAR FORD POLICE COURT n Ii WeddinG JUdge TB SUennClty Attorney W M lIudEOn Marshal Court convenes ooecud Monddy In each mbnth City CohncfJ H William Mayor George Lewis Clerk S K Cox Treasurer It E 1 Inmmennel1 C M Bar- nott E E Hlrkhead l0ayne Griffin HpOker Wllllami and Ernelt Ellis School Trustees HartfordC oS Crowe J S Glenn W R TlnlleTe o- SDarorw andDr H B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES thirdSunday7 p m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray eveningRevBaptist ChurchServlcee held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Wednesday evenIng C P ChurchServlcea first Sunday In each month at U a m and 7 p m Rev DOZl1rth Pastor everyfourtl1JSundaym Rev W Bo Wright Paster SECRET OCII1TIES Hartford Lodge liP I6i F A Masons meets first and thIrd Monday llnrtieltW eventhirdRoscoeRetterHartford Chapter No 84 O E S meets on 2nd and 4th Monday evenIng HeWORileyRough RIver Lodge No no Knights ofPythl1Ll meets every Tuesday night RenderKHartford Tent No H It O T M1 meets 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3 rD Bauahn Hartford R P D No 1 FDS RIchroPlumm Taylor Mince G J W Drown Rockpor I Ir L t- TIYEfIIG1Y f r RCIA SCfIO OFTJYE SO T1YxArLL OF TNT CofMPRar1lLBRANCXA IRCivo v TfLA GilPfYL TAusirrtJ a TRH S LlSSOHS OXK PJlIGBYMAIL G ur Ef JIBWR1N I C i I Jti f t tv 1Jt o J f r IA ZR lOxx 4 t sAaxir SMITH r ATTORNEYS AT tAW i y HARTFORDKY l+ ul practice their profedelon matlt 1UIidCowtofAtentlon given to aU bus4ness entrusted tto their care CoUegtloe Ithe1ra t ties of Criminal and Jtesl deta te LAw lag Specialties Office iaBepubllean build 1 FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLawi 1 KY Win practice his profession In Ohio f and adjoining counties and In the ot Appeals Crlnlnai practice arid lectlcn a Specialty Office to theCourtjaid building CHAS M cijOWJ j I LAWYDHARTFORD KYyWill practice his grofessfon in Ii the courts of OhIo and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special at fkiF J itobuilding on Center street i p 1 JNOB WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections T making abstracts c also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north side publIc square R R WEDDING Attorney tLw L tI HAJtTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecute claims for pension Etc Collections promptly attended to countyOttlce M L ilEA VRIN BItNISTw00D3YA- IkNEAVRIN WOODWARD G Qtfeyg attainHAR- TFORD KY Will practice their profession In I all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention gtv en criminal practice End collections Oft J- ftce next door to Bank of JIortfordI 4rYANCY j ATTORNEY AT LAW i HARTFORD KY theCourtdand In the Court of Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Dank J W B BARNES 8 A ANDEBg01t BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law f HARTFORD KY w theyhaveUceof Law In all courts State and Federal with office south side of Main HartfordKy 1- tgiven N W It BARNES S A ANDERSON toWTHATPAt adndW them UIorvaIIIIT of oor proetowtoeerodmodel FREE report IfPAIBINOBO3sOS WASHINGTON Stret 5555S 5- lKILLTHE COUCH ANDCURErttELUNca WITH Dr Khigs New DiscOvery i 1 FOk p 1IIifrAND6iOUARANTZWLBATIPAQTOIar 1 t DA NDDln oUiimodeI JrEMor LmWOeuoiW c i td si- Et Wfli F1d 1NA rSriL uITel f1 lUYlItftmlaukarrAgkawrflS IfbCpelxOiYIrN i L rNahkat ef1WASNINeyON Dj cs l j n i 4- I t 1YISIBLP SPIRTS PROPHETwL if 4 Froh Hyslop Says Ghosts Can J Foretell Future1Jt vents I Jt1 ll Jqaffle additional knowkdge of ithose pyBfeertoua Inyieible forms that Hit I abofft in the Btmoephere were given f I meadfbf r e h He Jfetured here lest aright pq the i theme too is ohI fly intwroeted in the scieptlflc proof of atlte alter I death says the Kansas City Star ftrfrtts wan foretoll fudure events a1dIHtow cap a spf toretoM the future asypore than a mortal cent woAask ed The professor pointed an index tin j ger at his quos ooor trod repfadil I s eyisfl sparkling 1 They can CordteU the future be cause they know more thorn we d- An o I astronomer can foretell an eclipse But you cant can you Nor i That s because on astronomer Ik 4 knows more thAn you do IS we Sl a- I spider running across the floor we can predict that it will foal in a crevice We teen the crevice and the spider doesnt We know more than tho spider Just so the spirits with Ithei superior Intelligence see things we- dnt see and osox thus foretell ribs fu ture They communicate this knowledge to mortals and thus iwie have pr monitions of approaching events Thda Is the oxplasnatlon of prophecy rnhua any spirit that desire to be decent about it could if it bad any way p communicate ood off he man who goes to moot the fialrg brick t + ii2i leaving his home and calculating his steps to the utmost olcety EO as to catch the missle on his head A splrl could attract his attention tar one eighth of a second and head oft th bump Tlhon this was put to the researcher If the disembodied spirit Is more Intelligent than the mortal conscious nest then there must bea chgane when the soul leaves the body This oblong must bo oansldemb1e For InMan a twoyearold unlettered child dies arid its spirit immediately ibecomes highly educated having almost undver 1 Isol intelligence Such a change as this Is a chege of identity Canilplrlt irhange eo much as ithls aind istilllmaln 4helr Identitj rile Yes they mainitaln their identity and itihelr individuality The change is not great I would say that tbhe change in the soul of a man 24 hours dead in no greater than the change am infant undergoes the first 24 thoure after Mrth Death is only a second birth onto a new world mid what we call birth is only a deaty dn the world 1 1 which precede this Ute It Is pest- y rig from one stage of consciousness to Mother The consciousness of any be tog is never lost Alnd the pro fes sor slapled the arm of obis chair to Palmjnut have consoous IKSB Prof Hyslop Would you say that there are dog spirits arid fish spirits in the realm of the invisible Certainly And whats more there a are spirits of trees and grasses Of rv course there are very Jaw forms of 4rcdnecfonsIIeos but they persist just the same as tho sould of a man thou the savage who burled a dog a pony and a baw and arrow with his dead chieftain was not so far off Scteatlfllc research appears to poHfinn the telief tn a happy tourttlng ground Dofibhese spirits ever move tables or- perform ph Blcal feats T JitwiouldinWi sat thoy klonoteprofessor Topped with careful emphasis although I have nova seen H done i i Thie physical phenomena of spiritualism has not the good credentials toot clairvoyance and premonition have I renter BpeclaMaed in teteklnoals or the phjyiBlcal phenomena of Sptntua ism but jflome very great won have obtain ed astonishing resuMs in this field Some of the famous name are Sir oral ter iQrookes SIr Oliver pdt Ford mation JAtJOn Mareeill and Im tozzi t LVhWhw trubJeot hat Rrof Hylop toughest on is akin to the demon y tkology ofanolent times believe he said Uhbt certain forans of insanity suohas pltepsy and f lntilpab1OOIi1ntfdUonwLth i uaderiatemaiiHg of too spirit Is of vital t jmpprtaniceB for our progress In fools try awvonnmenit pod social scleawje r It ie tfoe people qutt laugfhdng at l Miife and wako 4 up tope facts ecl J iTeetee has tevea1edalongotb1sllne l r the Weight of theSoul Agetn the question as to wbe per a tune seal BhWB wny JtfbtOl nit fees oosnta to tare nt ankt nner aJdAb1 9 de09 W B i 8 pBY 1 ap aty and fomd- thief f qlIv the CIw bt three tt ffAlt ounce PlO Lh9ytrya ani pereeus lattiwordwlfhged souls trap tiI Fuii AtJbi is t t pvr0 f I 1 iP r f 1 i the Secretary of jttoe DubHa Boctofy I For Payohokfckat Bnewrab oabd his eoryie tb t iphyslciionierw or BOiiid pairtkrfes raake up the eoid and th t that pert of Bfournan being has weight Ja opter tot i te jttwory hie selected a mari dying withtubercu loste Jwcausg death from that dis ease generally occurs with MtiUe or no muscular movement awl thus the beam of the scatee could be kept In more perfect balance The patlcmt he says visa under observation for three hours and forty nUnutlea eaters tenth lying on a bed arranged on a light frainwork but R upon delcately balanced phuttorIIk blot arouse The patients oom ont was look ed after Jn every way although he waa practically moribund where plac ed upon the bed Ho lost weight slo ly at the rate of one ounc per hour due to evaporation of moisture In trap ration and evaporation of sweat 0ur log all three hours and terry minutes I kept the beam endsllghtly above bol antoe near the upper limiting bar In order to make the test more decisive If It should come At the end of th hours and forty minutes he expir and suddenly coincident with death the beam dropped with an audible stroke bitting against the lower limit ing bar and remaining there with no rebound The loss was ascertained to be three fourths of on ounce Finnegan Love Making Until lately It was Illegal for male stud female erects In Japan to appear upon the stage at the same moment- r As love la the great subject ofplays there as elsewhere this spreaatdon of tho sexes In histrionic Jovemaking produced the most ridiculous effects to the uncontrolled amusement of the chance European spectator A oonfesaslon of love says the Pray el Magazine had to be made some what after the fo lowing manner T Romeo of Japan arms oboe upon the stale Ah my beloved Ya Eu Uan Luf when will you discover that tiff you who are the sweet canes of all my pain- e He goes off to the right The Juliet of Japan enters from thO loft And L my WonT Teen To Perri I love you I love you She disappears Romeo appearing upon the stage Oh my Joy I offer to you the ButIfavor which I now beg of you He retinas Juliet after assuring herself that the stage Is empty Certainly I prom Iso It before I ask what It Is She withdrawsRomeo entering again you my helpmf as a proof that yoflove one bestow upon me one little kiss He files off rapidly Juliet owning forward 1ror lOW you have it the runsanu at full speed- Borneorushftsg wildly upom the stag Oh my bolbred Hereupon he opens Ms arms and pat sstonately embraces the air The excitement of the audience reaches the highest pitch and everybody i the theater Is smiling or weeping Inventian Whats that T asked the patent medicine advance agent Indicating a machine dn a far corner of the edl tonal sanctum Looks Hke a small haypress not smiled the editor as he rolled up a batch of proofs and called for the devil Its a lltlto Inj vention of my own With It I tom press all the prgent stuff I got lobo paper brick Just the right size for wood stoves Retailing the bypro duct of this plant at 3 a cord I made a handsome Income so I really dont nerd your contract at the rate you Insist I am experimenting now With a new breakfast food which I hope to have on the market in the spring iThis neW food will be ron denslng the food values and rthe news values take the place of the regular breakfast and the morning paper If I was you would not Jear ithalfilfght suit against that Inky rprossPuck rSuaflow Philisophy A really busy man hasnt much time to brag about what he doe lA woman who marries rte second time should not be arid in whltgi Eating too much is for more likely to give you a headache thaw think in IWhen of his Ufe he Is pretty apt to blame everyone ibut himself Preachers are so popular among women that It Is a wonder they do not marry into richer families So tar nats known there is never an epidemic that carries off WOlVES foxes English eparrows or other posts You often hoar that this is a freeo country and that a melt Is at liber ty to express this opinion It Is not true mho fnlouds good enough to defend goodthatneeded defense whathemiather by what she lieges lie wilt ac- crnnpllsh iu thio futul e 71 r 1 t 4 tJt ttf I 1 IT WAS A FINE COD A Llttlo Story of VVIIIIarn MChutheP- ortrait Painter Several years ago I bad a studio at Hammersmith and was hurraing Into sontobusinesscorner occupied by a fishmonger market my eyo WAS attracted to a magnificent cod stretched out for ex hlbltlpn on a clean slab of white marble Whatever my mood for color Was that morning that fish completely fit ted and filled it I must paint It I decided I called out the proprietor and told him what I wanted 1 was a bachelor I explained and did not want to buy the bug fish I only wished the use of it as a model Could I rent ItOw now sir he said with true mywsee HI must sell him today sir However f explained that I needed the fish for only a few hours and dl rectly we struck a bargain If after two hours I still wished to keep tile flab I should buy It At the end of the stipulated time the boy came I was not quite finished In rf few minutes wasdShortly afterward the proprietor came tiptoeing In and peeping over my shoulder I could hear him swiftly sighing and I sold nervously In n few minutes now in a few minutes Dont urry sir dont urry ho urged Shes gettln onl HIII tako my chances sir When the painting was finished he refused at first to accept any remu aeration but at length with a mut shll1lnglTheafterward purchased by the Corcoran Art gallery for a very substantial sum On my next trip to London I deter mined to call up my fishmonger tell him of the good fortune that had at tended the painting and tender him lomo fitting reward To my great sur anyJwhatever at the figure the painting had brought though the price paid represented several times over tho Investment of his shop Ah but it was a fine cod sir ho said and his eyes glowed with pride Now wasnt IUWlIl1am M Chase in Delineator ORIENTAL RUGS Mad to Resemble the Antiques by Chemloal Washings The United States buys annually many thousand dollars worth of what nro known to the profession as wash ed rugs Brightly colored oriental rugs sometimes aro washed with a solution of chloride of lime a treatment which ImpartsIThis chemical treatment Is a process- I of washing which produces the effect age and a peculiar sheen to the sur face which is pointed out by the un scrupulous dealer as a proof of supe nor quality The fact is that the proc InvariablyYstroys the materials of the rug The progressive effect of the chemicals on the materials in the rug is this The chlorine gas contained In the chloride of limo attracts oxygen and moisture from the air by which murl awaynor the wool and cotton in the rug become brittle and thus weaken the warp and deteriorate the wool When this deterioration is complete awaybyand the which la the foundation of the rug becomes so weak that holes appear here and there and soon the rug is worthless It not seldom happens that a Persian rug is too staring in some bright hue perhaps red and Is not salable Tho unscrupulous dealer will subject the rug to a series of washings in chem ically prepared water In this way he turns out c rug possessing a soft an tique sheen that is truly captivating and finds a ready purchaser at an ad roared pricedChicago Tribune Partner In Debt My tooth is just killing me she complainedWhy you go to the dentist about JtT asked he Because said she I owe trim moneyYou and I seem to bo in hard luck Everytimebreaks down right In front of lomo Store where I owe a lot of money The Rule of Three Stella What is the rule of three Bella That one ought to go homk New York Sup Over in Butler On Wednesday Jan 27th Mr Bob Uee and tiles Minnie Etoore 4nove to the resideniae lot Rev Drool and were uqietly married while rtHtitalg In their buggy Ttoey were accompani ed by Mr V rgll Brooks and MlasHurt nallVe wish Mr and Mis Lee a long and happy life aliases Jionne and Dorado Howard entertainied very ehamntagly tilt their home last Thursday evening wtUbj a progressive euchre All of hire club members were present and a number of guests making six tabfeB pdayinlg Miss Nell Johnson capturing theJa dleS prize and lIT RoTKo E Keowm winning the EesvtleinenV prize The hastfiases feervad a doMcdou Junoh lilt el f tIifSe of Mri and Mrs C V BeiMIeB1ila tVSftitur tl MI r fi- tr tr t It r iVt- v tq 1 4 F 30th Wt celebrated her lato 1ckYhY by giving a dUnwor to a num little girl friends The din ner was served in count and Includ ed aH tine sweatmeate and nice fruits and delicacies that a child enjoys toble jrhbse present were Misses Birdie i Daugtorty Geneva McDojigoli Lillian Napier Dixie Bed Helm Augustoi WoJ ker Ruby Howard Ronetta Doolln Bflard Dtinavan and Lottie Appllng j Green River RepubJlcan Twins Twice in 20 Months For the second time In 20 months Mora William P CMnzon wife of afire man connected with Engine Company No 4 today pruooWIJ him with twins Both are boys t The twins bomn 20 months ago were of the opposite eex and are tine strap ping youngsters now Power of the Airship It is dear to the thinker that a gov ernment with a Elect of airships could be successfully snot only by another with a fleet as strong and us well bandied Of what avail would troops be before an attack from the skies Exp 106lV bombs dropped front the cloud would shatter and scatter the great esaarimy that cou1d bomobHIzed War ships on which eo many millions have boon spent would bo without value save as old Iron the day a cover of aeroplanes or dirigibles appeared In tho offing No fortifications1 could beI constructed adequately to defend our great dUes One high explosive bomb dropped from a great height would destroy a complete section iReoenit experiments in Germany and Prance says the Technical World Mn gazlne furnish good proof of the nttl tude of the kaiser and the French Re public toward the future Francs has done Important work in the develop ment of the aeroilone as well as the dirigible balloon The Zeppelin airship in Germany built on u gigantic plan and in spite of several unfortu untie accidents uncommonly successful has marked the beginning many Bcier tiste think of the new style fleet of war The French have been quick to profit by what has been done else where and In the matter of dirigibles have turned out a new and peculiar airship of which much Is expected Hiden Proverbs Father Tignous a missionary from India who is trying to recover his hoalthi in France has sent the tranela tlon of several Hindu proverbs which prepared the following like habits of the cradle will last to the grave line plant that could not be ibent when tthtvasa twig will not bend when It is a branch A etonio will wear array by the continual creeping of ants over It To acquire science In later years Is like dyeing a dirty cloth There is no wan who knows every thing them Is hone who knows noth lugAnybody will tray I have no memory nobody will say Ihave no senseNone fa ruined by telling Use truth no one prospers by tdir4g lies The flood which has passed the dam will not come back even if you cry Do not put your foot In the river without knowing is depth Even when a wound is hcalod a scar will remain If a neighbors roof catches fire ones own Is in danger When the cattle la on one shore the opposite looks green when it U onj 1green 1aDo not believe all you hear do not say all you believe Resolutions of Respect jCromwellM The Grand Master of the Uni verse has seen cause to roll from la bor to rest our friend and brother J M Hudegm who was born April IB 1876 died Jan 23 1909 ago 33 yennv 9 months and 8 days iUonroes life wlhJoh was an open book was marked by four traltsrcharWnbleness tbnest ness truthfulness and klndnessJ He was made BI Master Mnaon April 18 103 and remained a faithful mom ber until Ibis untimely doaUh There fore be it in Resolved Tlhat Crcunwiedl Lbdgd No 692 F A M than lost a worthy bro ther tftte community a loyal wad gen emus citizen ttie bereaved flamily a kind loving son and brother Reaolvod That wo tender blur heart felt eympalhity to tho bereaved mlmlly and btorw in liumble aubmls Iloa to Him nlhti doeth all things well Resolved Thlat a copy of tjhieae res Qlutlana tsent to Khe flattnlly ni 4 py j placed IntturTecord book pod tnt we to wear tie visual badBo pf mciurning for thirty dtays Also tfcut wp send a copy of theee resoludone tp tho ctwir ty Respectfully papers fps publkmiUonS SAM P TAYLOR OSCAR ALLEN fpf P AMoa Committee t w I r f 2 v f v 5i tfis r iTHE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co INCORPORATED WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE W COST ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD INi to I REACH IE G BARRASS Manager f t iIIiSouthern Agriculturist NASHVILLE TENNESSEE For 40 Years the Most Instructive and Entertaining Pacer for Southern Farm Families 50c A YEAR ONE COPY FREE 1 A J Paint 100 Per Cent Pure LI Ebersons Lead Zinc and Asbestos 100 per cent pure and the exact proportion of each doubly ground in pure linseed oil with pure colors and driers make Good Paint Ready mixed and formula on every can The Eberson Paint Co Sole Manufacturers St Louis Baltimore Toledo Seattle New Orleans Z WAYNE GRIFFIN BRO Agents Hartford Ky 1909 I 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY READ Sl0 Ei mtt9 1tnst YolmsSe FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS The Latttt Kentucky 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phtea No Alum C t w FAKES PRISON COMMIS SIGN SEVERELY TOTASK Contlned On ElghtJh Rage to the whtpp1ng post Bcll eomppel- ft to and ngaln9t his pttltul protests was lasticd until he bCCWi uneonsdou- Ile liar taken to the P41lwhere- bo died the following day 1cliurgo that II man G6 years o t- sufferingfront a terlble dlsense an until tr labor ups twloo brtal Iy- WhlpIOO on the hare lnck lxWu he did not oomplQto his lanky On aPea Ong tbtdio Weirdon ngulnst bring tdh11 1xx1 a uitnt limo Jle asked the War edun to put n guuvd onvr Mm andithnt it he lifted Ids dread or wasted a moment throughout 441o day ho woultl not 021E for ldty I charge drat women ronJct3 lme bran stripped ot their olothfg nud with only n tlllncallco dress t cover thom bare bran stmllJd too whipping board and rave teru01l Inshrtl I charge Wrat tIe emotions o thcJc contraOor8 and the cruehy or tho4 man employed by the State t conduct their wormliops ho dI100 many of the convicts to solrMmutila- tfon to Eavcspe the crushing task gTenthem I charge that MEe H01efontgom era Company netually runs the Frankfort ponltontiary having taken Ui matter out of the hands ot the PIISOI- lCou1ulS3lonors nml their sole unll sordid purpose is to increase ttuel- dttidontde r every dollu of which rooks with the blood lOt lashed convicts ThisIs the tame lIogelomaom cry Company that during the construction ot tic Southern R111way I Conipauyfrom wulsvUle to Durgin used the Suto conviots to complete r contnwt through Mercer county an It Isa fact genemdly knowa that they trotted the convicts so cruelly that the men and woman of 3tereer county npireaAd 4o the local authorities nnd forced this company to buy clotspnndt shoes for the convicts before tl1ey wore allowed to eiitdnuo the work Those loor bNtrlmas pldroners were c- fOiOlill at the boost of n gun to hand e Iron and stwl vttii bare hands and a1 wont nakei feet In n tompelatu Iowa to zero until their flesh eIttn to the frown raIls Notrrdstted with I- onrloMnc tlae Its In this nay they I dolawal tho convktti behind the t prison WUh and there under th now gullo of shoes and broom haker lrnvo with Uk aU of the Ptdsou Coiu- rniniohlors lashed dividends from the naked lacks of l ntlck crlmIOOt1 I ohnrSC that Ell Brown n member I- ot tiny Prison llUUllssion isunfttt3- K141 o that placu because he Is using the power the law tins given him to exao3 icon from corporations thot l- I1mc business before the Kentucky I- JIflslnture I charge hint wit- hIg be In she lubbylst or the Amelcaa ToE hAgao Oompauly acrd I can prove Wilt lLOl1l1s taken tees from dnusmnce com Lantos and other concerns who hnd Ifilitt to itt or lI11Ia they uned de fen edl at FrnnlltorteI know that lIe VUU try to defend Aimsf with the people by saying that JIO Is n dawjernnd Wrathe bhsa righttto ohhrgo tars for his service is alahwt the law and a punishable otfonch for n lawyer to do other ul ploodHIe A Ell J3inwn Is n persistant uid n continuous lobbyist electH met to the Lctislaturo to servo this puntcee dictates CYindldat for the Speakonblp tontroe commll6 nppolnltd by the otheeIAwith corporations Imo him that thg6eto cmvlo8 him to l ctuino- liargo that tho Prison Comnls- rtllonent have aasassed their guards or pallllath drutnen and that cotpara V9W sOrother contraMe with l j1 li- l 0 fi u SJato havo furnished Uwn money to conduct campaigns and elect Leg lsittors When rho Prisons of this StDtc have dscetKlw to the condltdbnb of the support of the best gafopto1n Ien- time that thbeo wallo are rasponsbl for true Clara should be put out ot public me snit drdrem into retlromopt from which dies will never omrtige 9I nm not alone in this tight I hat too lrnlIOI1t of the bestpooPA tlb Ken lucky and perdonnty I urn enli- la It fir tiro Whole nerfoQ ot Ute war dand prepared to accept any rosponsl- btutles personal or otherwloo the mMY attach do my wOrds ornctIB J P CHINK A Marriage License The following license to woo Faso boon issued front the Ohio count Clerks office friars last Friday O C Smith Narrows age 22 do T A Powers Narros age 19 Evart Ban left llartfonL nso 15 to Lab IC Hoover Hartford age lit W G Bos well Hartford ago 24 to LIzzie Bunchy I Iteayer Darn ago 2tEoho1 Morris R n row ago 20 to Ida Chaoelor Rendrou- f ap 24 Jossa n Torronca Bearm Dam age 19 to Qn1a C Loach Jiortop- o age 18 H St Xorll1em Idsia age 2 dato Alice Davis Hartford ago 21 or don Raid Beaver Dam age 2t tO Jessie Chinn lluayor Darn age 170sca L Daniel Olatiu age 17 to Kntlo- Sattsnmn GrnSOn county age 21 Harrison DW7P Roufrow ago 19 to Lula Douglas Beaver Dam age 1i 1Fred D AI en Narrows ago 29 to Arlo Oln Lod 01 ton age 2 G E Atrakat Hatitond age 29 to Eddy Jaunt u Roll Render age IS p Slaoon Keepers Announcement Wishing to lire without hard trork have lcasal commodIous rooms In- Dlr LoomoDO8 block corner or Ruin sttret and Perdition 11nelle1 to 1e- I undertakers where I shall continue my burlness ot manufacturing drunk Ards lunatics oogglrscrtmhmls aud dw1 brotS Packed up by law I slmll add to the number ot tatil accldCl1t9 ainful dsmses dlsgrttcetul quarrels riots nttd murders Jfy liquors are warranted to rob some lOt me many reason most of property ASt of trio pecuero To make fathers lends wires widows chlldrFn orphans mien to become eaters ssrarera gamblers and boa teUows of the baser sort are Ue raw material of whlch make drunkards on two hours no ice I agree to put husbands in con dlUons to real honlebrmk the Cur rdturo treat thtdr lilies and kick the clilldren out of doors It n regular customer should be rytng to retornt- I will for a fear pr+ nttles take pleasure n inducing him again tlke first bAe glass and start again on the road to ruIn Orders promptly tried for de ltlum tremens PIM assortment ot mnutacturro vllCks may be seen the loot house Jar th Asylum the prison and on the galoxs c YoJ JINGO Feb 10Mr Boone Cop has moo to his farm neatly purchased ot Dr Hickmon near this place 611sres Prudlc and Edna Allen visit friends and relatives near 1I0rI on Saturday and Sunday Mr Den Long who bas been seriously fit is improving MT David Moreland IipOko tq the S ot E people hero last Satitjdaq night the tanners here are eD pkttao- hl with the way the tobeooo t6 going lort ond Equ1ty Is roviyiag- Thu Darrott Russclot the Contord 1torJJeromeutt3ty ntghtaJdu1ms Murphy went to Denver Dan1 Saturday Jdr JeA Howard why tine been J- 8utlcrtns with Ereclplas is impraitiag- ta- tkv thls tvrlttagy a d7 i I Ev- ar NEAltt gf YEW OLD IS WM IIYAL Has Lived Ili the Northte Fart of the Couatyfor Eirkty Five Years 1VUiMn m4aJ lWthg neap npl- gttan fa In ibletxatnty lPi t Ua e oddest perean KvfngiUftblt OII bb last living early sekler Jt tl cmUnuDttther ld tn J1 Mr Royal alas omt11I Haridcm- ty l Ky June if 181Ir amdp r- oatVIILVaaa Roydl Sr wthtY oe tl f r- Virginia to Ktigtacky durJpgIbb six ly Sailers lOt TlJoDirk tin it Bloody Ground 4 William Roilr sanerb q 31 oounty wen this sn VI11Jamimn- S 9 years aid and eettt d f now Do3rerDIrn3fi Reali4iw tit Idly reuallecta playing ontth a dithere made bytJlvi i1n Yra n1ooaIl1g the stumps of tube srnaUt1i en- dpwa by lUbe tooth Kt lIle brersfn constructing dltte dam Wilwam1nOlll Jr hocame ClI1l rxlwnt hooter eaidi In one tall and wfnerb1O kllteld sixty twU deer and oalno the next sjimttJfr nt chile door lick In the yxpr 1824 lrnLial tcatlne to bhe nortlQwAstern pant ot hit tIUoll ty mm sallied anati ndJohi1 tarn I to the Olltf ho loan Ums anlay June 17 idyl Mr Rohl tmmdod hiss Sip ry Lanham daughter EXt n prPmfnent early settler of that Ina of on U1 e- EtldidronfJva ty To ehis unIon werO barn oky I ryas and six dtv Jters stiedaU dead but arts soli L S l1ibetS tu known us Sam nooaJ wii6h wh II0 now lives Mr Royal dlaa BeVEmte- egnandEtlifldron n forty groat anUohU dreg end two griootgl graniat3lildrenIn In early Ufo the pmf QSrlst and Jlo ls Jhdlli talIIhCul and exemplary dtbdstdun h1te1ltkfu1h- pttmitnoat a citizen uad nelgbDicr he- I sins always on unnssmnling one and aip aa red to be better pleasrdwtlb tlJe illtnttJS c1D dJers loam 1b b t Part In the public and 1aQa1 donncdls ln cq Dllllo os ito rd Flow tku Ua1ly called like tla talk of the early cot tiers of this hart dt dhe Stal llilnd oCI the days tram the widis I1nwnd IisI hnnie wire full of wild gxaioa Dad a visit to Mm brings nn3Jraiirti d too dirty settler Ute in Kon4ucky tlr Repoli bas boon for mariy ytU8J ptt4ntnent member and pr deacon or true OhrlstlAn nhnro at Fnlenhlpu- thdch rs roar his Iiointi and re n1ln olterbh r Pl Uri POOllo d Uhat church Tbhae Is yet living many pEG sdns- ivlto speak kindly or Kbe run lipollty cd thIs daa lstian gontlenuha lotYg bt tore lb became ientoob1ed wlt hnge ubough suprmnnmted by an mtiby years nt ttae lJIlseM time Uncle ltes mind hQ1II1Ins add nppddto rireI reasonably grJd- EDY FOnnSIJ A Social Club Meets I Friday nCtQ ncCDFeb GUS dirs RQwln 1nJbritbk and Mrs George Flat man eutlertadaed too Ladles Sttc4nl CLub wIWnl1inc4o n1 the ilutJlu1- elme d tTe former A navel feature of the antrtalnr- nuent was an ImaginAry trip an our new rilln1d Frrtnas rdtdau inl the hull little Matam Hblbrxnk IoO to tuoh gueal9 a ticket tUtor one door tinuaus p0ssnge tram different piIZr- ut tN 3L H E R R to Haatttlrd Each table resented N stpatlCa- rHarttard being mead table Ind16 yule fcat tAble After prctcIrimg tickets ml1I guest welted nil ttddtt- erent t11UPns until the wf5tE7ilo of lJe trutn nnnounced Its urrirab and time alt start on tho yoy to Hdlftortl tickets serving as tafles Aft tlbO gnnes tho tired tnve1trs were mudhl refreshed by partaiuiigpf a OO1ectahJe lunch no addtijml tb- llhe club members the tc1law1ng la- ylted guests Vero pretent Mrs Dr furrow Jlra Dr pendletal Sire R E L stmmennau airs 31 E Smtli and Mrs Albert Grin Ln Old Soldiers Meet of rally meeting of the old Soldiers Of Ohio county was held at the eoux t house do Hartford on Feb 4th 1909 The house was called to order by A W Mlrty adbci whwh James rth by was elected dul1r and IIA Anderson was chrsem Secretary Those prosoot andd answ ering to their names were I8 follows Louis Uunthor Co A 2nij KyiriN- Vo1 age 76 JamCBAsh Co A 17th Ky Intt Vol age 03v1Qkn Blab Co A l00th m mutt Vol see 67 J H ItAon Ca E 2th KyCay Vol ago 70 W p Bennett Co E thKy CaT Val age C4 1 Greer Co F 26th Ky Intl Vol P 4 66 James Bear o B 26W ftage 70 Steven A Dennstct1 Co 17th Ky Intl Cod age GS G jv Co F 17th Ky InftLVol 4 M JW Moms Co B 1ith1Y- Iatt Vol age 72 Cpt A Dam OoD 2t11f Ky ItrtC Cot Qtf8i W1dA C9F 12th Ky Coy Vol ijKTK- t i r XI- t V- h 67 f o D last Ky laft Vol Ii11 t1Voltti s10Os t OonW If of cIfdIr Iiile a f w ib i4l a t- eiWtn estlo billsdttlittexq MIhedd e evOoenradeao onldIor daftneo aeommk tit o to 1nvlbltie olid CasEtactes so IIeDS qsEAberlau Ua nitUii tPe fmJalrt wps dUett mzd tlt rnJs11lli rt1e cpwp y papers with a copy ottM proc of this meeting and reqlett die pub lloatron- r On motion 4dJournwto IIap ai on May 4at 1t30 p mrah court hau- 1R IAhlterd I JA ID9 ALLEY Ohann iRtA ANDERSON SecT 9 tmeting of the Tobacco Growers DuCord Magisterial Dtstrlct UulOOl A S of E met wltlliBed3 Sdcal 13eda1adhtiIbIJUOO Jan301909 1 J cal session fJQr t1b 1 urpol of mxln- arrangemepta far cfrcuiatlntl DpUn and acrct3ge plerlgEs lo detwoot taaal and dtRbr business qbat should before the badly Tlecbl3l1ffidu appointed aaoonmHte Eft tua tb toranulnte Q111du bl clrou lato tfue plodges The oammlttte- atlahert was Jktvlls tIj11c1 Hardin IIrrave- rTie onminlttee rJJoCttEd UWI live 1oQl ddomid talcat me sdhtK die trkt apiece Adopted Moved plod seoooooo thtut sj1 electI our tJnatlOO oommlttee at our nen meeting 4o be tttildi t1ItC1r Run Sharcld 25 1909 Adapted Tale body oaks C1Qber DistricU Uq tp do otbJeI same me ntber bedng zen we Jill rrn onq present oily 6 utiietruebluo ClJulty much We sbfln Very entthsk attic to t1lllg nearly every man present slenctl II ttas pledge The dolegat fibm Clear Run assured us tiba tJhero wtauld bel plenty ct dinner on the gifoUnd tIdr every bjdy Unt tAJJd attend the Astttot- wdbm MId frat we hiiould ikl C6gh- entertlidtlcd Qme ClUe come nil wa we will base a reguQTI bldUaue hnud- sbpke rw we k1mtflbJlt1 1 p- Ity Pm elf cUr dawMry depends uucoi th present gemrenal diJa There was once WIld by iii grit nisi csmtna hbt plucse who waWld- nwtarkr t I RildVt eat IVe samwMm feel like roYlDlthc ramie t cg we wontTo I Friends and Patrons We aTe now to position to furnish the M1nm1 Gaolno Engines pumps etc frloos and catalogue on appllca The engine n exhibition a our place of bualress We Invite ln= spoctlOtl4 Hartford Bottling Works HOOVER DR9S Props Notice to Teachers ITo County Supolptenddents- Checks will not be nlllolled to reach you on Friday Feodruary 13 They will ooubtlOslJ be about two weeks later so solos the Treasurer I will write you again J G CRABRE Slate Supt kNEEQF fJlRPS E6nrtt IEDJNtO lIYEMAN SliEn iqtie Ie 4 stcatlllat fHrt ihtivezsitytJ f DPjJIauraeons derya ago wbew DSCeorge T Vavlph removed the Jett knee cC George LII Kpily aged 29 M1d BUbi the knee Oa dman TOO lyorida of fells knee YaII6hneon omP n a VB or the hbsiWal D1y a may atiout to die Vaughn obtainab pe on- frodtthe liafients family d remove the Lett legg tnt evonlb of death an It was decdded that tJI1eknoo should be grafted tq the log pt tJiving sufferer ItKelbs condition herons BrsEluel ogmuchThe kttcr 9ddcwr ucoumbOdiBe DrfJvaUgbD w sacs of snaretltdilas ands tiro kJI6eI dkneoW8B Ml1Putafu ltiranticire the ideal inana leg was he4ng cnre tuury ootOO + The kneejoint iris cut away irom- the calf ot the leg wi1Uo 11 slmdtat one was pdMormed on ICe14y When uh e dlsoa knee was rentidved Ur bordensed together bY slender etnang wire and the mtcst dehloafo ptasd tt the cperatlCm Utrpt ofjOOglng t1Ed lipImoats caused the surgeons to they probably never labored ctore Every It4sSt tendon and muScle r1l8 folnrbcd anal the bones tenedto 1l5etstronglandhis leg Such nIl operation Jt As said has never he taro boori performed in hats country One similar tb tt was per tormed in Germany wLtr1I sEwcea t RENDER esFeb 9ItobL Wilcox of Nelson Creek and Rhea Armstrong of Lolbh field and rlr and Mrs John FL Hock er of Glisten wore hero kit Wed nesday AlVin Rendor and Ctevekuid ihfaddo- xs SImmons woro hero last Thursday andttherePrldayVal Pool left Friday tor Shunton IlltEverette Mnuzy and Warren Stkweiis- of Beaver Dam were hero Saturday W J Mercer wentto Oentnd City SaltundayLIDud Lunnstus went to MUwood at- uriday SatunfuYIandCuss fencer visited his parunt in rU r4ntonn iluabla fl sYfck ik Q ar4Mo- ld ltwI Wt1t Jiteriot fBMper Awdg9i JIMtalt e cdahady Q 1K BMgeesiyaanf IyJs 1XMwrvY weAtjbe i jd w l LJ y fk jldimon JQti We6t idCeakrai City today I JMabel IllrolN bf l pWyle- 4ting1dIeB Auate lkmat Uhirwrittpg Vt leetgle Ldkens ofratmwtr i r tfie9tdog Ddrahd N rKiSihrser + ii ivtGhiewrltlag stckMatn t j YIOW1e p g 4 MrBM IhD9w U 1Ion tba risk r tat thlswrlting j i V SALEM Fe 8 The singing aohbol at tale place le rog ee 1gDc1Y 4IlIlr tTed Starttcacber T1Gfsds the eeoousItJaluuol otnught by Dlr 6dafwari at this place Rev G H kpwr ece of veriID ls oonductdng a meeting ant Clan t IRun ohureh et tbJettme tiro Law Fence Is an and tauohxhiterc Js being IOODMe Mr James Hughes and fatally wPro Ithe guests Qf Iir J W Awtry Saturday niiht and Sunday + Mr Rufud 7k 3 1 wont to Fordsv1Ne Saturday on iiuelnees tra1W Camp wss the gueatR of Mrs Sa11yCampScutiday Mr W C Prloe Went to Olatoq Bat rtirdayWe are grad to see oJT 119 Wil sog lack allaln inllfr JG Wilson stre ohs SmIteCrunies andoWttlc diauh- ter are the guests of her mother at Otvenabwm Wt thIs time Patrick OSullivan- On lost Thursday evening Patrick OSulUvan the pianalst appeared In ysicHartfond was brought about by Ws Margaret Nail woo Is one of our well known music tsacheis and who was a class math of Mr osuntvan some years ago In Loulevllle Mr- OSullivan was presented to tile audience la n tow well ohoaeit hrrorde by Attorney E M Wpodwaid and for almost two hours he iiee 1 kited his audience within aplendl4 selections front the clllSIiIks lnter siortjodt with sezotlona of his oMnloompost- Uon Anyone not ot all acquainted hi with music could see nd feel that the was In the presence IOta master thusiafan Mr OSu1Mmnfa almostU not quite as wide y knows as Pador Ltothe toot that ho did come WQ e- IUltiralY tOh1K nequsimtaaceat with Dliss Na1l and to her we are fa- dobtod for this musical treat Insurance Change I patio bOOn appelnted Agent for a thoOonthrentar Fire Ins1lJlCOCo tar Ohio county to succeed t 1rwnktMay rrhIs company Is the best one dntAio market for ab1JctlYtflJ risks t will take good care of aU taprxts pat polder holders inmy Gerrdbory and desire to secure a large epiwirah of business Apply to J A C YEISER Hartford Ky fcI9i rt1t If t He Who Pleased Everybody i t Died Before ile Was BOrn 4 t t IF YOU CANT FIND SOMEtHING AT OUR i t Min Remnant and Yello Tag ale iiNow going on that win both please and save money i i we pity your idea hi values If you dont need 1 tany article of Merchandise which we show that i It another matter I fi I jd t t f I DEFEND ON r1cJtt 1l Jc ji BARNARD 1 I it I i t 1 Hartford Kernfgckyj C t t i t 4oti 4T41 J I r n f r oJf Iv It f j f1 c I 1 1 t i t i