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Digital page images are linked to the text file. if i- J J rJ i 1 S hI y I 1 r l I11 tcaIla I I DEVOTEDIrle TO THE INTERESTS OF ALIAHE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year 90 N c XXII HAItTFOHD OHIO COUNTYI Y FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26 1909 No a2 gUR SNtRS ARE HOME A AiN r ill Great Men of War Steame- Into Hampton RoadS 41 1To The Sound of Music and 1 The Thunder of Cannon Od Po1nc Comfort Ya Feb 22 With homewanb bounds penn tate miming air bjblndl them twen yelght baud playing The Star Spangled Banner amd saluhing cannon roarlg a tribute to rho President of tM Untied States the ba lehip fleet i fthe Anledern NaY ended its worlds cruise her today Atte steaming in revIeW of the t r eefdeat whose eagle crested flog r aot blue was at the moat of the yacht Maytlower the sixteen baWeshipe fin a aily cast anchor in the samie way of Rampbon Roads whence they lJtar fourteen months ago on the notable journey of toyflve thousand ahem The joy bomocoming was written upon the tans of every bluejacket and every olilcer on the stxteen ships The long cruise the v1s1tsto many of flue most famous parts uf the wQr1d the homage paid to the fleet by overlY nation favored on the calling let have been eources of lntense Interest to every one aboard the famous yes eels but unquestionably there hAs been no scene In all the world to compare In beauty with the familiar landmarks picked up by the battleship fleet Slt steamed triumphant and with selfreliant force through the Virginia Caps today and enter edI the hOspitable wntera of Chosspeak Day and Hampton Roads I1heTO Was an atmosphere of Jlnal aooomplishbnent nowt todays events that lent to them a mew significance The Amerlron Nay had set Ii new cruising standard for the other natives of the world to strIve for B she bawled the beauWul column ofbattleshlpe bidding deflanbe lIt the storwsor tortuous channels of nttnnge waters out of Hatnpton Ronda fourteen months flSI and nu shee had piloted the fleet through ail the seas and intofU ports Of Ithe long cruise the flagshIp eonneotlcub sasmedlagafn today at the head of the returning squadrons In the Wake of the white ships of thH home boming fleet Sollowea tine wetoomtng host to gray four l Vtle ships and five wonderful cruisers whkch were sent a thousand miles tO Se rto convey the preUminary word of welcome to the famous ship The dray vessels tt It tads not been for the pbundaneeo Arnerxcawtdags fb- ing from their nr theade mIght easily pave boon salshken fOr foreign ahps- Forelgn natal attaches large panties- of GOvernment officials and high offtr- of the army and navy Were oend the fleet of welcome which- etc heed opt today Ao greet the JUl ooming vesss andrto witness the re- widxwe tby the President at the ta1i- of Ake horsemho domintrothdStdnguisheb party cast her anchor- In the mine waters tbday Wiens she- took up her 1 loon at i1Iieealln of the fleet Alter the cerc nomad greet tag the battleslilps find their escort the Mayflower sleamed an 0 long column into HamPtonR d and when the homecoming vessels anchored the Mayflower W1tP a- 8ltion in their gepter Admiral SPerrY and other flag gift- Ceus WIth lIe aiptalneFOgad1P- ge received onbqq t aM tonPr- eefdeat Roosevelt d R9 1 hank wWoW he etterwand expressed anew to the officers andcrews fife tour divIsional f1ag P therOonmc 4012 LoulelanaGeorgiaanWlsooae- lny which he yaUIed late In brie at- 4ernoon lanWi Rut Again if Peopfe Want to- kaDenyen cdItbeb227verybodY 11 Wilo mows antblniorwh ha any Ya e t sll know how J e bsnd In ise matter r being a cahdidata for thereY fL touJt4 lWei said WmIam J fityan wheal welted If he- ww iiUnlJe a c tdidateu fIve tp5lt uler ott4th9- eetbjeettlme s8alry dcdt t Reneet11- or tn e f f ih1 4 i enough to undeistand it whats the use of axplalningtlt all over agalnf- I atnnot an OU anf ouu candldttto butt It t14 ieolrle gf tbfs county If- mt own party should dovnand tU t1 make race tin s a ldingfor dnY well knotlmiai princtples and ideas why coulddSail r tour years Js a long time and meanlvljile IhO other ninPQr taut work to do Mrs fhBean Dead MrsEya Marvin Dean I died at her homo onWalnut street last Monday nlgbt at 9544 Oclock She had been Iv bail health for a number of years but the immediate cause of her death was pneumonia from which she sufforcd only n few days She leaves a husband and four small children and two sisters besides a host Of friends to mourn her death She was a woman Of marry chrlstian- ylrtuesr having been a faithful mem her of the Presbyterian church for a number of years and will be greatly mleed especially In the family circle Funeral sorvlceS wore conducted Wednesday mtming bob 10 oclOck by Rev YlrgUEgln from the Old Morton hOme on Union street now the residence Ot a sIster of the deceased Miss Dessle Morton after which the burial took tpiace In OakwoodcJmetery Mrs Dean was the eldest daughter uf Mr and Mrs Alonzo Morton leceas edrespected and well known cttIzeia- of Hartford and was IG years old at the time of her death Sympathy goes out to the four lIt tIe mptherles children and to the bereaved father who must bear the greater portion or this great sorrow The beautiful soul at the sweetna- tnred mother und wife Is now gone from them but they kpow that when the time twines they In the epir It earth Of theni of the companion ship o oP1e8 loved one whose tender love win never dio and who Is nOw reaping the reward of Him who said Blessed are the pure In heart for they shall see God EASTERNKENTUGKY WANTS MONUMENT w Movement Started for a Nemoial To Prsident Garfield in Floyd County Lexington Ky Feb 22Thu pee picot Dig Sady Valleyin the eastern- part of too State with headquarters at Prestonsburg Floyd county are preparing IL momorial to be pros Med to Congress by Representative Langley for the erection ofa monument at Prestonsburg to James A Car- field former President Garfield was Colonel of the Forty second Ohio Infantry in 1862 rotten- hie troops engnged in one ot several ot the bloodiest smser engagements- during tine Whole war with Confederate General Humphrey Marshall res- uWng in 1 decleive viotory for the Federals This engagement resulted- In Garfded being promoted to a Drag- adler Generalahlp as It ended hastilf- tlea 1n haYwbole section of Ken lucky Vlrgtnia fapd during theentirxtwar lbla movement- ton a menumont to hl stnentbryyts Ut first of the kind ever shown in the South and It erected U will tie the Only monument 7t Goalie d 1m th South f Lg TtinFKifOsMrT e ol n1s hale LOuls Johnson Of the Kittle Tend neighborhood was killed by ligbtaiA6- Tuesday about 12 oclock la quite an unusuallway lie had gone tothe house of a neighbor AYc S Taylor and while there it beganratninand to nitity his wife that hQ wouldnoti- eliura home for dinner he cMelnmp- ted to call her beer tbe tlephone- Ae soon alt ho rang for h wferand pub tM receiver to ttfaf Wakt tar tier to answer a peat of lightnlnkg struck the wire and wasoondettxl- alon rgmetDJohnsgg wilth eucNteMif- ftc for that he wss lillleIsatant- ly not belig conae1oue f what ptp duped hie dead s- He Is survived byayoung wile who Is a datrghQrof iltr lameeiItrr st Johnson gnly about t i of age and lisa married on1X e IIe 01 iWp w I emberrbo9t9d terriWf 1 1 1 t A- i t t f J rGeta Spli M 1 Prize The big piano voting conjsk is now on In earn est omd several of the girls are starting ou C w h determinat1bnthat If rnalnuln ed to the close of the contest aapb help but r ault in their ur fag the piano All of them yvho r tSo sent In 10worih ofsubactdp lops by march 20 wn receive a handsome jewel box ns a reward for their early effon andat the dme the votes they r eeive will be counted toward thelrsecuring the piano Remember there is no ott ry whatever about this matter i Every girl who works will be rawardod and the IJI1lio wilj be ahunlu tely given to all alike wlko havvo the 10 worth In our office one Or before Minch 20 There Is no charge ot any kind connected Wllh this contest It is simply a business proposition Any girl in the county Is eligible t enter the contest Even the prize which we give on March 29otn handsome jewel box is well pianotted tor the special prizes 1e Hartford Republican statue back or every offer we make Our honor ts nt stake In the matter and a fair and square deal Is guaranteed to an who enter Get your friends to work for you Got themtosubscribe and in turn et them tQ get their blonds to subscribe with you and you will be surprised after it is once known you are In he contest hoW rapidiynyour votes will count up It you have not already entered the contest getblUlY now and see how good WO make our promises DC avaluabte jewel box on nrch 20 Po the young 1 lady who Is ahead March 20 we Will give a J25 Coffee sot wwwiivis BIG WARWHOOP THEN KNIFS BYSTANDERS In Cincinnati Railroad Station does Indian Chief and two of ills Victims May Die Cincinnati Feb 21Inbound pas sengers On a C and O train were attacked by nn Indian chief who with a war Whoop attempted to scalp a woman and two men A Wyoming chielt who filth three Sioux chihad been to Washing ow to see the Great Father jumped from the trin and grabbed Mrs Anna Devrordof- Hunttngtbm WVa and burled his hunting knife into her back Then J10 attempted to scalp the woman In the tight for her life Mrs De vOId was cut about the hood arms and body She dropped to the plattanm Her lhtle baby roied rte the rocks where lot waa rersutd by a young woman The Indian not stopping to kill llrs Devord turned his attention ilO lot1X- M2yers of ClnclnnnU who is fatally wounded and Joseph W Gordon 1Go- rdon will recover He istrom nun bridge Illson ills WIll home Mts DevOrd Is in a serious condition tonight and many nob recover John H Logan with his ane dealt the Indian IL blowovertha head and as ha staggered a trelgWthandler knocked him down wWl his fist Pas sengers and station attaches then hurled tlemsee upon the prostrate Indian who straggled to free himself The knlle was knocked from ids hand and he was dragged whodping had screaming to tile street whore ho tHas taken In charge by the police At ttre- stationhouse the IndIan man sullen and refused to talkAn Indian named Charey Burnlngbawk who was with him is held C1It the station to interpret what the Indian may say mhe three Sioux war chiefS hum Kansas say haLth6imadma1l ragsnM of their Party and that they do not know h1mor what roused him to rUn amuck On the aln tle Indian rwho had been to Waehineton to see the Secretary of the interior was nbttiiced bY passengers tobebroodhtg and ant ion but he evtnced nQ signs pt his frenzy until the passengers WeJI eying the tretn Alter attacking airs Devordthe Indian paused n moment to let out a warwhOOp and then sprang at Meyera who emoted powerless the Indian let out his bloodcurdling- yell AS he reached him the Indian paused a moment dud then pluugpd- Me dagger Into 1i8vl0t4m twdthatwis- tIdg action Nte flight of the unconscious forms of fine Itnan a dwbmaa and te blood- on Wtiplaboron isvhiltn the Indian ron after others thew the cxwtl Into a panic and tnatry rUshed across the tracka over 1W11fcliiitjlnr were backing taldngobhhceoonbe4ng crushtd under the wheels Several women fainted Notice Nl jemons fndebtod pu or haying ctalmsgalnt d 1YaVMon arn requos- te4 u eafd idsebtednero cnd JICOyeth1r a a DrtDAVISON 1 L I1 I 11 III It Fr 1 Bo MORE COUPON VOTES f IN PIANO CONTEST Subscribers andmany Contestants Request the Elumnation of this 1Character of Votes S I In rtccotdance to the request of man ot our subscribers and quite a few of dbri contestants to eiminuto the free cPuPGn yocs from our piano and prlz contort for young women Of Ohio ooJu6We may diatppotnb some few otrtho con tmtu mtt the history ofmar contests of similar bhumc ten indicates that many Of the contestants misdirect their energyuslng too much of their time in Procuring these coupon votes and depending to 0 great extent on them to win out In the end In the outset we frali1ly stated that the purpose In inaugurating the con test was tO Increase Our circulation and collect up arreuge subscription This mud could not be reached If contestants duvoted most of their time In procuring coupon votes On the other hand it prooobly had nOt occurred to al who have entered this contest thlt one new subscrlllioll Is good for es many votes en fifty tau pons and can be procured In much less time We will give away several hundred dollarS in premiums and every young lady who goes Into the contest with doterminatioa will be amply retarded for theIr trouble Our ebeclab prize an elaborate gold finished jewel rose which wo will give to every young lady turning in 10 Otv subscription by March 20 Is well worth the effort besides the voles thus obtained count for the piano too We are anxious to furnish any information desire and will supply name of Our subscribers who nm In arrears or mightiassoon gray innd vance to any contestant applying No votes will boallowed on subscription rpaid IInleat they ore asked for nt the time payment is mane Prompt Settlement Messrs Barnett Smith Agents NI agara Fire Insurance Co Gen lemenAnow me to thank you for the prompt seunlementof my loss under policy No 12614 Niagara Co I can recommend your company as safe and honorable to anyone desiring fir InsuranCe ALEX BARN1Tl Owensboro Paper Assigns Theturday Night Publishing coin parry tncdrpomted only a few wegka- ago flied a deed ot assignment to the I rtecbanfcs Dank and Trug company Saturday morning The regular ffikIly Issue Of the publication dldT not appears = The deed of assignment states that the Saturday Night Publishing comp nyha maturing oblfgatJons which It cannel meet and In view of this conditions the board of dtrcctors has authcirH John Kirk president of the company vto make a tdced olnsslgn ment ThdSahurday Night Pubhshiag twm pany wa mcorporated November IS ft J r = f L f 1908 with a capitaL stock of 45000 to run 25 years Ths wockholdera and the blocks of stock taken try each at 100 per share Were shown to theart- iFle of Incorporation as tolows S W Tompkins 10 shq1CS D L- rrertitt 10 shares C E Shulirt 10 shares John Kirk tour shares John Curd four Share Ell Berry three shares Henry S Berry three shares It C Calhoon two shares LVega Clements two shares Den D lUngo- two shares George tt1 Taylor one shareowensboro Inquirer The Taft Cabinet In a recent interview president elect Taft admit he is making headway In the selection of a Secretary of the Treasury but lnaintaine the plao9 Is not yoC filled Franklin Macveagl aand- Mypron T Herrick are two of the men under bonsideration Wtth this exception the Taft Cabinet Is com plete and when officially promulgated shortly before his inauguration gill be found as follows Socretlry Of autoPhilander C Knox of Pennsylvania Attorney lUralGootge WIcker ham of New York Secretary of WarJ M Dickinson ot Tennessee Secretary of Commerce and Labor Charles Nagel of Missouri Secretary of the NavyGeorge Von L Meyer of ssachusetts Secretary of the InterlarR A Dal Inger of Washington- Postmaster GeneralFrankH Hitch cock of Mauoachusetts Secretary of AgricultureJames WSI SOIL of Iowa IC will be observed that In this list are five owyersof whom Mr Tuft believes there are none better In the country It may be stated that this fact is not a were co4ncldont but an accomplishment which has boon carefully planned and striven tor by the incoming President and bears most Important reyation to what he believes to be tM important work of his administration w FOR THE BUSY READER Thllty Kentucky Sheriffs have not yet made their annual settlement with the Auditor The low requires that the ttemont be made in February and that the Sheriffs bonds be renewed Hans D Hanson a farmer Of lion dovf Wls murdered his tour children l boy and three girls He followed the quadruple crime by stabbing sev eral horses and cows fired the barn and house and then cut his own throatIfigure In the celebration by the Unt verlsty ot Pennsylvania of th eo anal versary of the birth or George Washington rrhe exercises took place In the o3d AOOdemy of Music In Phlla elphia Into which 4000 persons erowl- ed Mr Taft was enthusiastically rc- ceived Birthday Celebration tdrs J W lfpSCley of Deaver Dam gnve a birthday dinner In honer of J W Moseley her husband Is beIng his 40th birthday those presoatl wore R C Moseey and Virgil MosollY of Horton R T Moseley Ao1bP1t Moue Icy and Willie Moseley of Mclenvy Calvin Mbsaley and Miss Dixie Moseley- of HnrtfardMr and Mrs W F Thom Sandosonrnaster JLm or IhenllrI- J S Smith Gosh nt1lrs Oswr Stow art and son master Hubert of Williams Mines Mr and Mrs Jim Tlch enor MS Ray Tichenor Mr and 31T Den Thoman and Joe Griffin of- Deaver Dam and A C Miller of BOOn All present report a snout enjoyable time and are longing lor his it birthday A VISITOR In Memory of William B Rogers William D Rogers was born March 2 1886 and died Feb 14 1909 For some h1Qnths with that dreaded dls- 13B consumption Hewa the oldest son of Cyrus and Bettie Rogers who with one other chlJd are left to mourn tars lOss AU was done that loving hands and medical skIlL could thingsWeltto earth wo ron go to him Where we will unite never to be parted again Willie Iatf a boy that was loved by all who knew him and meant sue cesa in all his undertakings die inns laid to reBtt Feb 15 in the Rogers centweepinglovtxlonusl jn tJl s Sdhoolmata orToxa 7 I r ALL MILLERS ARE NOTIFIED That Bleaching Flour Will Soon Be Unlawful Claimed That Certain Bleaching Processes Injurious to Comsurmers Health The agitation against bleached flour which has held the pubic attention by spasms for several weeks has again come to the front this time through notices sent out by DI- rector Stovall of the Kentucky Experiment station that bleaching must soon stop Tho tuiliers aU over the State have received such notices The agitation which bus rESulted In bleaching Of flour was first directed at bleaching by acid process Users of the Aisop progress and similar pat ants bet Jooo that they wore safe and would In tact profit by the In4- YeUilgaUan but Dr Wiley thought otherwise and has held that the elec- tricai process of the Alsop bleachers and all others are Injurious and must cease It is asserted that many Kentucky mills have been putting an Interior grade of flour on the market which has been brought up to the appearance of a higher grade flour by bleachingIt probable that the millers will go Into the courts to fight the enforcement of the pure food corn missions rurngs and therefore en torcoment may be delayed Tlui process consists of fanning air at high pressure Into the flour after the latter come from the rollers and this tanning process eauses the electricity In the air to act upon the nitrogen and oxygen making nUric- oxidewhlch blends with the flakes of flour Tests in laboratories In Wisconsin during the gnat year are saidto have devoped the fact that rabbits fed On nltrlcoxldo flour diedwhile those fed upon the seine quaulW of un- proctseed lour lived The matter was then taken to Wash Ington by those interosted In pure food and an investlgation was held before United Staten Secretary Agriculture Wilson last November A number of lour manufacturers trout different parts of the country were examined As a rule they did not believe the bleaching process to be injurious They asserted that their chemists hAd investigated the matter and thought their process was safe They did not beliove the procesnud flour Injurious to man This was the burden of their evidence It has boon reported to the national food depurtment that the bleach4ng- precem affected the value of flour In baking A number of balers were ex- amlned on thIs point and almost with out exception It Is said they claim et that the process was in many cases undesirabo Thereupon the department of pure food ruled agaInst the use of the bleaching process and this ruling goes IntO effect at an early date- BirkheadCecil A large crowd attended the wed ding last night ot Miss Edna Dlrkhcad and Mr Abble Cecil Goth lxtrties live near Wlt1tesvllle and are pop ular The attendants were Misses Llzzlo Coon mid Nora Taylor and Messrs Tllden Holderman and lien J Drlstow The ceremony was per formed at the Baptist church at WWtosvUleby Rev Whtttingdon 4At ter the wedding a supper was glen atthe home of the groom The ouiDg couple will make their homo do Mls sonrlowentiooro Inquire How About Your Local Ctlt Martin Droer Damn Ky see4 rotary L U 1498 accompanies S9nia request for samplo copies with the cheering news that fOTilYono have paid their 1909 dues and snore arc pay my at every meeting The foregoing Was taken from the current issue of Equity Fbrm Journal and shows lfr Martins local the largest In the county so far reported PENNY PICTURESAt Schrootcrs StudIotDeginnlnSwA1IdQy Feb 20 and ending Saturday hub 27rot before or after If you want Penny Pictures ffpr1 E 4 fl j1P fr p n LI t i + w j- I SL I iii f I1 L fc L H4iiim ir RIiwH- 4 4 t 1 In The Repub11can Piano Contest p TAKE OT CE50 Each Contestant will Have an opportunity to Win Some Handsome Special Prize During The Contest if They will only put Forth an Effort Special Prize No 1 Each and ever young lady who turns in 10 on subscription by March N 20 1909 will receive an elaborate gold finished Jewel case at the same time if you turn in the most votes by March 20 1909 will receive the 25 coffee set ANOUNCDII NT7lfrh Piano and Popular Girl Contes5 w11t tor conducted on strlcUy hontst buslnese princfples with perfect justice r and aitautss to a11 concerned PRIZES the SInt prize wiU b a ffretcis piano of leadingwake- to be gtv n to tho girl having most voee at close of contest CANDIDATESAmy young woman In Oblo county fe oligible to a place fn ttco contest The most popular woman Is kbe one who shad reccdve the most votes to her shall be awarded the beautiful uprfgbt piano Other candldatcd to receive Inizea In order according I to value TIE IN VOTESn case of a tie In votes for any prize two prizee of same value will be awarded OLASSES denominations OP VOTESThe votes are Issued in coupons of the following l New subscrlpUonz X00 vies for 100 Renewal subscrlptlons 400 votee foi 100 Back aiIt crlptlons 400 votes for 100- 4Wo publleber rosenre the rlght to add addliona1 buMnsse Prizes Etc New Contestants can enter at any time and compete for these special prizes also for the Grand Prize which will be given sway at the close of the Contest All new subscriptions renewals and back collection rotesq sent in for these Special Prizes willl be counted for the Piano just the sam- eNOWIS THE TIME TO SOLICIT SUBSCRIPTIONS Big Special Prize No 2 25 COFFEE SET FREE to the con= testant turning in the most subscription votes by 6 p mSaturdayMarch 20 1909 will receive this handsome quadruple plate Silver Coffee Set It- is an elaborate prize and would do credit to a queens mansion GENERALu INSi1RUOTIONSR eeults of voting wtli be published in tlar Republtaam as regularly es pceelble- Vbtre wdil net be allowed on iubscriptfoue at lase than the regular price of the paper No employo of this paper att n ire a candidate or work In favor of any oontedtant VetCe once voted cannnt be Rrallafemd isamodher The pubWshers are not to teIS Whom any votes for except do case of alleged error or drregular11t Each ooh is rogrieeetoseud us a cabinet size pboto raph for publication ae soon as convenk t Make up your mtud who you want to vote for before coming to the office ae the editor will ycslely not decide the natter for you No conteetant will be altoweI totransfer votes obtained by her bo any ether Oo geetanie should keep a Jt of votes turned in each week and coo that pubUebors figures verify It An awarding oommtttee of tre1eot he beet business men is to be x 0Fl 0x Ir THE REPUBLICAN VOTING CONTEST 1909 thereby suggest or nominate the name of a r Address as a young womanworthy to become a candidate in the 1 Popular Girl Voting Contest The editor shall not di anywaySigned THE SOONER YOU MAKE YOUR START The better chance you will have for tile SpecialPrize appointed to make final count andd distribution of pdzee- AU coupon arid votes are at once depoeltmd 1a lock govecnmerrbbox The key to the ballot box shall be In poseeasion of the awarding oonn- m3ttee during the contest nomindnrringthe r Oaue week psrevloua to time dwte of cosing the judgee am fothkot6le lUots box ceaieully docked or sealed to the place tic be announced fn as newa columns wh St will be kepb on a table In the f citwin dowduring bualdeee boise and is the vault at niglrb untticolseot contest when the awarding oommtbee takee charge and makes final count During the last Reek sl voting can be bone id the seslyd box Ifeecreoy in vct n is doak ed place your ceah subecripldoue together with r other votes andcouponsin sealed envelope w4th name of cone oa earns and deposit in1m91ot box Eavedopee and eubacr Lion blanks will be furviehsd for the purpose llhis guarantee a lair and equare deal to all cgfncerned- r J Girls Now is the Tirnie to GeSusy Bring in Yotir Votes kIH I a I i rAn fit ff r AppLJGATION FOR f TAIYJO- r j sa Former Executive CharlesC 11FnleyandJohn L Powers Fetition is Presented With 1500- l r Signatures Asking Execu tine Clemency rafWort Ky Feb 19 Formal t application tveatdled with GOv Will 8QDthilr afternoon for the pardon of former GOT we Taylor CharleeFint- ley and JohDlL Powprs charge Sloth consptreoy do the oMlurerit 0- tlltam f babel and who for the past eight years have boon refuge front I the Sae Tim appUcaUon was JIm seated to the Iovernor by Caleb Pow ere Dr FEW FtneY surf J C Bird f To ttwale appended a petition bearing ttl names of 16000 citiZens or Ken bo h Ib publicans and fmo crtats Gov Willson told the V1ittQrs- t that hewoutdcoilrthe appHcatlon In reorder ot executivo butn + ar5d that l1e would l after c1- ui not oe had been given all interacted f ft UesVie pedtdon aooompanying the eppll caUonas as follows Whereas lion W B Taylor lIonI F Charles Piney and John L Powers are refugees Tarr their ante and hdnee t mom than l1t years charged with ooinpltdty In a con aplagr tomuriLeor me late Ssnator t oriheg7Whereas It has become manifest than no such conspiracy ever existedI but that Henry Youtaey was guilty or the mime and Whereu Kentuckys business and I civic Interests demand rho final and immediate elimination or QI tM agltc- tion ant anlmosdty growing l of the Goebel tragedy and Whereas The marker bee fortunate ly to a grco1 extent ceased to be a 11flltlsan01 political tame and tM whole people have wlb pradtlcal un- anhnity bceped the pardon or Pow era and Howard are wise and a seep fIn the lnterest of peace and goodwill among all classes or citizen and p 4 Whereas We believe thats trial of either tthese men undert1e cir t cumstano s vould be a mockery or jUs- tlce and tlhe Itwoukt renew the agUJa- I tlons and anlmO1tdc which were partially obJterated by the pardon ol Powers and Howard and thoC no possible good out come ofusch atrlaL Therefore we your petitioners do i most respeddully petltlon your Excel 1 lone Immediately to exercise your prerdgnt4v by gmnting to each of these men a fu1 and free pardon that they may return to their respective homes undo frIends and enjoy the Uberty and pence to which every free and Innocent man Is entitled and r whlcln las wrongfully been denial tlieee men for more than eight years- Other renSons given do the petitlon- y are Flreit Because there have been nearly a dozen trials of men charged with the Goobel murder in whiCh at- wns SOUght to proven constJ4racyi and aU of which failed potwithtsanding the 100000 corruplonfund perjured l tesUmolllY and Tams Camp methods Second 1Jeoouse the State has pt dUlOedi all the evidence posssble for It to produce tending to prove a con spircny and It could have gained moth fug by holding back anything It might sinceJconepirations is the act or alL Third Because these men have suf- feivd innocently for ninny years and hi further proang the rl dfering and suspense only compounds the injuries done ithcmt and their friends liourth Because a trial In theso causes would bankrupt the dellJndWl1Ii and put the State to agreat expense when no possible good can relJulttrom itfifth Because tOO lOOple ar tired ot these cases and want them dlspos r oil of onto for all t j 81xih Because the State haB made Ia d is making no ertol1t to bring them i lmnk to to have them tried f Seventh Because It would be urt I i Iknownf Y wlien ttJ lobankrlibU 1U1tnt and f k theMl r s= ustsimply+do satislylths fore ofjaw nth 1 1e paPt the pradonu of Pow s en 1d iW4tA MI approval tbry 1Int p tdotSedthepardoa of kheeeen n- Mair Because the aoverndrafter h emn all the rs drkin lie Povvtra andlWwariL etlree herevwesno e01ip- aad praotfealy lido therq6nea wir j lis ode if CRltitibrt18vtete add JanaHoward are oMti gi11- gaL 0 I 0 Y iI t there m 1i at not guilty under the- IMI5 tnkntO C r ti k eseL l E ec ues ri In chile Jiteab cffVJr1Ynly renew tai Rg rf w l so long ditbcdbndtcurodtile WhPI- eCboimonwe th and wUch the Coyer nor did so muea u allay tJy ld5- t1on do tiie rci h of Powers and IIo atiLWashingtons a Plague Spots lIe j11 tole low mashy bottoms of- tM Potomac 4c breeding ground of ntairuie germs Tlheeo germs cause chills fever and ague blillousncse- Iaundice lrsi itude weakuces and general debility and btdtfg sulferkg or death to thottsande yearly But Elec- trle mtei never fall to rruyd1em and cure malaria trouldcs They are the bestallround lonlcltndcuJo for malaria I ever used writes n M Janice of Louel4mr S O They nom Stomach Liver Kidney end Blood Troubles and wi1prevont Typhoid Try thorn 60a Guaranteed by aU- droggtels m A Gasoline font Not only Is It foolish but indescri bably cruul and dangerous to leave uchlld on the floorof a room where gasolineisbeing burned forcooking pu poses In country districts tho gaso 1nesoveIe a much used cooker and ju there haS Itbeoomea hablt to keep the babys cradle in the kitchen or dining room Many cOu trY br4- dcs am the old wooden rockers very near ro the floor Thoo all be- comea potcnoua In closed rooms whew gasoline is burned and n child left In that all tor any length bt Umels made IU and quite probablY will succumb to the effects for tls none other than gas poisoning SECURES LOCATION FOR KENtUCKIANS Charman Thatcher of Bradley Special Committee Mak ing Find Plans M H ThatCher chairman Bradley Special Commlte on Arrangements has arranged for comnrodous and ploaaaat hPytldqunrtem on the second- floor or 623 Louisiana avenue Nil1h west Washington for March 3 cG This place Is Splendidly located In he- heart of the Clti within t block of- Pennsylvanda avenue Here Ifen- tuckfans will moot during pbe uhreo dam and nightS they are in Wash 1ngtbn and botdt ladles and gentlemen Will find thequarterspleasant and a place to earns to check their grips and bundles secure InfotunaJon and meet friends Mr Thauher Is In receipt or request from the Washington lentucky Re- pubUcan stub to have forwarded Ito Washington a lot or Bradley hats now beIng made for this ocarsfon for the use or the Iteosptioa Committee of- that club The Reception Committee win meet the spoolal train At Alex andrla Va rPhe inaugural parade will be a wonderful compolste or citizenry and sot diary These civic clubs will have n larger share In the parade sins larch 4 than ever before Indications are that the crowd that will attend the inauguration will be greeter than ever before and that tbe Inaugural ceremonies and parade wU be the most Impreeslve ever known re than 150 peresns living out in the State have asked for aocommbda- Uons on the special train In addition n large delegation w111 go from Louisville and it Is expected that from flf d to 100 more Kill go from outlnJthe8nte POInts As many sleeping Lars will be carried as may be needed Those who wish to gd should nit once write lr H Tlnntcher chairman Committee on arrnngemenua 606 Kentucky Thde bullding Louisville giving name and address plzice Where spedal train wILl he Joined and laze ol hat desired 11 I I Notice ily order of the Olito County Fiscal I Court partied owing subscriptions on J the Hartford Owe F1ke are directed to call on Jobn T Moor Treasuim of Ohio unty and eettle- same at their earliest convenlece He Needed it A trat sling man to k1a Southern Kansas editor one of his experiences the ether day He Mid he vu riot l1gln aemuklfigtsrbtatC 2xptee- strainrwhen aenauruehel In WthQ- oat behind the amoker oyld In guest aglt inilt a dsald jIltS anybody4ntfuJ rat any wheekpy2AL me to car 1 talDt trroduce4Thema11 I out tbejfargeet one drew the cork and Put the d to hja lips WIthi- a ong satisfied etgh be banded- hack aTd remarked t7hatWd me a liOt I for ltiar- wsa s m lseaefeeteotRueerrie See Iwoiri u faintI 1 Z ow i i- iJ1JU TREASURER SUS- PENDEDPAYMENT 1 Democratic Extrayaganc- r Results in EmptyExchequeJ Hardly Sufficient Balance for Run ning Expense Until Septem her Settlement A FrankfQb dispatch waysWl more thhn 300000 due on account of appropriations made byUle last Lcgts latum and but 40000 tn the S bte Treasury and with little prospetlb of additional revenues until the Sheriffs sOUloCDGs are made next tuil the Treasury Department find ltesel seriously embarrassed and State Trraeurer Fatley nee announced that the payment of OUtSlnndlngi wntrtmtu for claims agsanet the SIa e vaoutdbe- sirapended tempbrarU Trttteuror- Farley held a conference with Goy WiUson during wbldh It is prraumed that various rranedks to andst the strained oondttlon of the Treasury weroditd but wll11tevei plane were tomiurnted were not made public Not do many years aocordtng to the officials her has Ilhe tSaty TretuJr- ury been so seriously embarrassed When a big payrnent to the country sdhkJO amonudng to 385500 whlc3r Is tong past duo Is made and 70000 IIi1fald on attount or the new Caps tor oontritnt there will be t trifle or UOooO J1i the Trmsury which wlel current revenue Is tJ8iImated obe barely enough to IIJ6Y the running expenses of theartr Gorrrument And it may be that theta will not be sufficient funds for the lruier PUr pose rrhls the etotement made by Treasury Farley In d ciding upon tbe I3mporury suspension of the payment or Treasury claims Capt Fbrley klellberalnd upon the matter and hI was domed finally td take the s ep Asa matter or fad the Preaeury baa never recovered from the ascent regime of Democratic profligacy and xt11lrngentP When the Democratic Slate ndmlnlttratlon re itnqulsbed office n little more than a years ago ltleftbut some 400000 In tho Treasury and an esnIe of many thousands of claims against rite Com menwenlth many or them long past due These were katd ort ns soon as- pracU ble and IbPj new otficlals found II dcpldd Trrhsury On the top of this the lest General Assembly appropriate same 1400000 wlthout any Idea apparently of wtftere the money wn to coma from orthoo apprwprda lions the largest was to State Uni verstlY and the two Sato Normal Schools w iich AuWtnr Jades contest eel and which the Court or Appeals de gilded was constitutional and would have to Ibe paid In oddUon to appropriations made by the last General Assembly width are due there remains some 50000 atfiropialed by the1906 Central tAA- tssembly ahich Js also duo with no money with Welch to meet it lI1he following approprdntlona to Stnlte In ttJlltlons are now duo ante UnJ- versilty 8G6oo of which 2000Q is annual appropriation for tine maintenance of thb nst1uiGn ands the balance represents onethird of the 200000 appropriation mode by the- last Legislature Das erni Kenttacky Normal chool70OOO of Which J20000 Is nn annual apl1OprlnJlon and the lxllanC13 represents oneatltird- of the 150000 appropriation made by the last Legisnwre Wcslera Kentucky Nottenal SChool 80000 of wbldh 30000 is an annual approptla lion and the balance represnt8 one thtrdi or the 160000 appropriation made by the last IJegisN urn Ken lucky Normni School 28000 The- laat LLeyglslnkure npproprlatedr UOOOO for Ithlf institution 12000 of whdch- aoa boon pald- According to the ofllclals too estimated revenue or thOanmionweatth or the nexb year WiLl tall far abort rmootJlng tttie obligations which are sow due It is bedewed that land step will have to b taken to the ear futuro to provido suffklent funds So mOO the more pressing or these What the sup wm be only can be- n matter ot con jecture eri the pros nit time Deaths byYol In 1908 mTen thousand eIght hundred and tJrtytwo persons committed suicide la yearTJrld numbe of suicides In any singe years In th0 h1txnvo tiro oouunyjantisacss- tbWing amarked and steady tncrease elate years In the number o21 sees of ell 4erud lou Commenta tIne dZ1waukee Sentinel- Other deatbtoo xavonM via e11cen mred8952whilCbj with tile 100 oaoes of iynealsNported make L Olxt1904 iei of d lath by- eri3oniil violence i11 a single year f Ji f 1to o are 1f1111l1ni1 Figures Of the nags 1Jangtngs or lrnch4ngs theNorthU Illinois two J Tdrere were 92 lcgul execuilons 1nI i1 IathqNorII01I8 executed were Chlncae H were and 46 were wMtes rOf the Suicides G34 arose from bus lneearosses and falures und of this number 31 wore bankers and brokers Among professional men Phyalcians furnished the large number ol nil cldes Seven thounand eight flundrd sand NXQour males and 2988 females de troW them e1vee a ratio or nearby three males 4o one fem3le These figures that tell or the vloleDt- deatba of 20000 people yearly be cause Jf crime or inahldty to cope successfully with the contending forces of life ought to awaken profound and sober thought and lead to serious Inquiry as to the best possible way to end thls needloss and wattton wuso- of human iferCleveland News The Kitchen Cat hes in the picture of the Carlyle kit Jane Welch QuJyo had a teat there near the fire and the boiling keW1t all has the homiest look and theres every reason to believe Ithnit even Thomas In his sunnier momens took time to pat the cat There still are certain lovers or a sphlnxUke creature greeneyed and blinking but the everyday house cat Is passing passIng on into thebackyard This aU may be becauso humans have tak en to hying In flats where space counts and where husxuids open the windows w find room enough to get Into the coats People love pets and the family pussy may appear once again when time has ocoomplfsh ed the evolution of the flat cat ACTUALLY COUNTING A MILLION PEASE i Unique Wager Between Two Maine Men to be Decibed in this Unique Way rro win a weger or 250 Henry Pur- Ish or Meddybernps has spent nearly a mouth counting peas His eyes are In such a condition that whether op enor shut he sees peas and quart cans When he sleeps he droMl13 of peas and quart cans and he Is well nigh crazy About ThanksgivIng lime ParIsh and a nelghbor namedi9aiuwright became engaged In an argument Detyou250 I can count amlUlonb peas between now and the middle or January said Parish JH take the b6 said Wainwright YOu count em and put ern in glass fruit jars Parish began and before the weak was out he had pta5 IOU the brain lIe took all his wifes empty fruit ed jars and nil the pees ho could row nd by Saturday night he borItl counted 100000 Tills gave him hiopo and he began to boost to Wainknlght 11l tell you what P11 doAsada toe latter U you count the pens without malting a mltstke Ill eat cm- aU in two weeks tr you overcount or undercount you enIt om Parish took this belt and counted the first batch over lignin to be sure ho had made no error loJndhjg that he was three peas out or tIle way he got nervousA of WS ago PIIIlsh finish lug In arush and took aU the cans of over to Walnwrlghts rousetThere Ore the peas Now you eat em ire commanded also fork over the 260 But how do I know that youve counted correctly protested Vatn- C wright You dont so count em yourself chuckled Parish Wen I guess Ill tale It for grant ed tr youll lot me off on eating em said Wainwright after thlniding It over ln pay you the 260 and tall It square Oh no you dont gurgoed Parish a bats a bet you have to eat etttJ Them lH bet you have to ootein Wainwright Is now counting Peas Ita see whether he does or dots not Pat them Twas a Glorious vIctory Theres rejolctng in Fedora Tenn A mans life has been6rvrd1and now DrXings New Dlecovery lathe stalk 01 tho town for earring C V Popper of deadly lung tetnorahrb es I could not work nor got about ho wrilIJIId the doctors did me no good but after using Dr 1 fIIgs- NowDde very three weeks I feel like a new anon and can do good work againrfui Weak core tn dlsertsed lungs Cb and COWS Hemorrhages Hay loevwLagldppej Asbbtima oraay- Bronokt l8SfecAdaadtestaltsunttvaled I Price Triau1Bo5tied ree 1 Sold ae4guamaMeed bye nit druggle t Sol Id guaranteed by ioU ruc glatt JDl I h- z I B29YEARsiabI Of Honest Business Reputation is Back of Every jib MONUMENT SOLD BY US = bt IitfiOwesnboro Monumental Works E fi 412414 S MRIuSt Yards z216218 Cia St bt = OWENSBORO KENTUCKY = fi bt fi Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You ji = Money on All Good Honest Work = W ANOTHER HONOR IS GIVEN TAFT Is Made a Member of theI Knockers Club PresidentElect Complimented by Not Being Allowed to Make A Speech Cincinnati Ohio Feb 19ProSdent Wm H I1ft tonight wasmtade- a Knocher at sigh HIS In tlaltlon furnished entertainment for 100 prominent business and professional men or the sty at the annual Knockers dinner- OJnc1nnatls Knockers organlza Non 18 an auxiliary or Its business mens dub Its parUcuu bUs1nose- Is tO knock hard and effectively fort everything tending to hinder material tdUncCD1pnlll of the city and to originate t and promote undertakings and enterprises for the clts welfare It ds unique in that It has no known orgrtrrizatdon and no one know swho are Its members It makes members or whom It pleases e and dismisses them at will The annual dinners or the Knockers cub ave become famous for their en tet alnmentJ features and stunsa which begin wlh the first course to nnd continue throUghout all cases 1 I lolled to have their origin In some serious purpose or nMuncemem nl y though depicted In merrimentIiThe PresIdentelect was not ulbwe to make u speech which was tn- erpreted a as a delicate compllmenrt p rom his townsmcn who In tact t- were saying farewell to him na as II c private cftiaen As n guots or honor ut a dinner It was his first sensate 1 from oratory for tweny years Addressing the members or theh lnc1nnat1 Chamber of Commerce Inti what was really n farewell to his home city before being inaugurated William 4 Taft evoked the rortIetit cheers b md algdntrse or the thousand bust a- nee5 men who stood on the Change and the many Women who cots p pied the galleries by hs remarks familiarity and friendship for his 0- ownsmen and nelglJlbors o The brief speech was not ended howetsr wlhollt n serous refer I once to tau material prosperity or a the city- This led Mr Taft to a dJscusttlol1- f al the lntIUvemen Or the Ohio river h- to which lIe gave his unquatltted nnd t hearty approval He bclltpd the im b- pmvemeut or the Ohio to be further r advanced to certn1ny or ucoomplish u meat than the waeeway improvement ldans of Spooking or the good It would do totlrese on the isthmus Who are en t- gaged In the work ib have the Amon can people backup theta eWorl5 Ir I raft said f I know that the people of rho- Ualted of Untied 8etes Intend to stand back or them sari I propose so far S In me lies tb assure nrm knot whho I ana president txty cll have ny backlllg to the last do1ar ncees Undertaking to say goodb1e Mrt Tart found hmeelf oppotted try a tgcn- orously expressed ngaWaxi Oh well let ii be so tong hend Ie ejaculated wltlt n hearty laugh Big Battle ShipsaIn building evlnt1onnrmored ships the United Sln1es has token tle lerra- a Size though England keens ahead nntfmbI ThIs country bus au- horized the construction of tour battl ships that tar exceed the Dreadnought In tonnage and arman enty anti pia- y F S K cat Congress Is lihroly to provide for two more tha wall las still larger by far A few days ago the Delaware was crunched nt Newport News the most formidable warship that has yet been started Her displacement Is 22 000 tons The largest battle ship now in commission Is the BrUsh Dread nougnt or 17900 tOilS Germanys largest battle ship Is J3200 tone but thdt governmewtds building nine of which rive wll be or 19000 tons Francs leavlojt sllip is 148G5 tons with eight Jutldlng the largos or 18320 tons Japans largest complotod slip is 16 GO tons The United Statui has In hand six lrao ships tour or which was teethe heaviest afoattyo the Florida and Utah of 21825 tons each Congress Is deliberating on two or 26000 tons each tht Naval Committee having reported upon then favorably rho DenwarPr just launehed Is to be 21o0 tons larger than the Dreud- nougbt and 750 tons greater than Great Brltlans latest vessel the Vanguard Thus goes forward the most remarkable of all or internatlonal rl alry and prepamlion conaltuttng a duel In fiance WI well as com tuc- Ive ability Cullt MWlnn an American recognized abroad as high naval iuthorlty suppora tne lovlatbhn idea The lineof reasoning ho says which applies to tie 18000 or 20000 ton ship will hold good when you have renoh d 30000 and your neighbor goes one better by laylgn down ono of 32000 Tho skt1 of tile naval architect and- englneer Is equal to producing Lt nd the open sea ut least will Jbe abe float It In truth the question I chiefly one of money Provide the mflllons and the designers and shlp- alds will do the net One or the trgest ocean Liners has just cut the astward run across tile Atlantic to little over4 days 20 hours Dut two assenger ships me going forward nt are to be 200 feat longer and tn be made faster If the achievements thought co be worth till extra cost n machinery coal and working force The Delawares brondetde will be the evatest on the seas consisting or- m 1lnch guns und Jburecn 5Inch- rapiddire guns with the secondary battery In addition Xo such blow ca- e delivered by tIC Dreadnought or ny other existing ship ls year Mr Asquith the British reamer announced that tlr policy vould continue to tx the mafnlenauca- f the navy at the s rengtlt or any ther two natIons combined plus 10 per cent That Is oertnallly un ImiJos- Jg proposition In view ol the naval ctivlty und lnveisdvoness or the Uatted States and Germany Six new lIps or the Dreadnought pattern but Irger will be 1roposcd In Parliament his year They will swell the British udget which raw includes the pay lent of oldage pensions England iso mus look about for more rove rue This year u naval oPIJlOllrlntlon 13GOOO000 Is asked In the United States Our treasury cafa for fresh tiXA lon In some foray Skimping tile navy would bo doubtful economy Our tosltfon on the Mwo lstenest oceans ol1btds a halt In building battle Ships cho mot modest tyre Wr I11l1ve under way the largest extnnt Which s a gratifying flwtGlobe Democrat r Card of Thanks Editor Ropublcan1Vo daalin brugh the columns or your worthy + paper to thank our kind nodgkbora sad friends for heir kimdnss to our oo one In her last sickness and lob aS in the sad hour of herravement but as words are lmdequato to ox s our thnnkswe L only do as he did reoonimcnd them to God and pray 1115 richest biFsejr16r1 on then md pray that twl l sill live so aweetbyomore itE81d iruj alt Is tol1in1 blf i v r 9- NM Er1PARD AND FAaULY- aix c l M f 8 I a taMMYi 1i9M3 a p- c Hartl r RepuicT8- krd according to Jaw at Ute Poat41f1c- aDartford KY uman metir ot the cone elan C M BARNETT EpF rzzEPBQ t3lrrtudr4Cao 1L av e2 dFRIDAYr FlEDRUARY 26I Farmers standby your organlz1 don It I111 soon be PjuIdeaL Taft si ExPresident Roosevelt I Senator Depew will soon pass Inl the land of forgotten Salesmen Airships asap is far is t subject ot contemplation Proper controlled und manned fleets of airships would be formidable adjunc to modern warfare When the S of E SllowecHi dwindle In power the price of to- baoco and every other farm prodUC1 will go down corresponding y Remember that We said so The Kentucky Farmers lnsUtut should be kept out of potolcs Hot- over Gov Deckham started to StatE Baardby appointing w1 seven Demo cmts It is only fair that It show be divided Our columnsways opentt the Avnotknn Sooloty of Equity fr of charge for notices and any comm1- nlCltion or Intrust Ito the SocietY fVI trust our friends will avail thenise l vas or our otter From every secno OhIo count there comes good reports conoe nlt the Republican county eicket It wa receive the solid party vote and ti- dlvidual candidates will get omanyJUJ oorotlc voes- CrlnlnaUon and nHJrimI natlolJ Seems to be the order of the day ill Legislative Councils at Wosblngton Just now After all fit Is only an lCh from great organized wealth that f s heard In attacks on the ndmllslra don Comes theAnnouncement that fourthclass postmaatlS In OOrta1n northern staUS are to be selected under rules of tie Civil servIces comma slon Now lsnc this B Utile too mucb of n good thing With forCC LHE o art roods and nn electric line front EMlS- vllle through our mllhrt Ohio county will at once come to the froii and take her place where eho belong us one of the greatest In both Agri culture and mineral or any to WE SClte1iProsldenteleotaft hoe about Com plated his cabinet or eight seloctior made five are of the best dawpet of the County Deing a llw- yerhlmser Mr Taft no clout recognizes the Importance orb lug weal encompased by Cabinet men bers whose statesmtausMp is euppl ment grounded knowledge of Interne and constitutional kw It s ntma tnkat nn arrangement wDl be made betwftntiu Ohio county Baud of Education nnl tine heard of EdUOOltion for UI1111rOr College whereby this school wCl h used us a county high school It wll be B benefit to Hartford College ont also to the lntrusts or thoso tn charg- of Educational interests for the county to make such nn arrangemm We are oprwsedtoRepubliatn Prte dens appointing Democrats to th- Chbinot What sense Is there h electing n Republican AllmlnlsIIltlon1- C we are not to havo one hod 1r Bryan boon eocted he mould am doubtless would have selooted u nto- cmtlc Cabinet and moreover ho wool have made nil of his appofatmex from that panty It we ore to vot for a Democratic Cabinet why nb vote for a Democratic PrCSlent A Word From Palo Local Union ASofEP- alo Local Union No c07 of the- S 4 of E met In regular session oi Saturday lehiuary 13 9O with chaUman good at tondanoe was present and quite great deal of buslnese waS rttan9rtaeil- ilhe tobacco acreage and poo nl- ptcdBee were nrestntedtto the pods and filter being rend and dlscussec for t short time nearly all presen- signed them Palo Local is a wide awdko U lon and tn splendid wyrkla- ordet3 1 The members are hand1nhan- lor tbe welfare ot each because Tntt bavilnlrend seen the result of i1i operation and organization IJs believed that most all In tll- 4dlstrtct will pay up their dUES 0111 by J doing will help to atrngthel the oauoe of Equity and at thH sam time share the burden of oriinnfzt- 1on The members expressed the sentiments that no quo be aUowo- cto pool their tobacoo e eptH their 1909 dUES ald ate n e1io beJ S of E JR gQod s niM ITl1 tarmer8 oily comm 1iftTM f Y y r t I J to 11itS1B1UltSte 1t ze teact Union there Is strength and otbt th- Amerhias society of Eju s b- de4 t 6iJ3theI feversaytvnko 1e pr6ectfbeilJOD erst welfare of eacb- t Yours for Equity t g J H Dodson PresJ 1 D See Margins What Dl Da1TaaJ calla his con sdenoebyany other Dare would rest With 11- tt r t fir E J ilfrklieai tae cn1I1Ir11- log etattvea maker and iJUkollector- I the IIfi f Dltiek and Blrkhea- ieontemplafgoiug to an tnnrUY1ry- to trroanent His conscience is nM acting Ernst Woodwardanuouuces bad oaf te rtu lhirph twmjtJr cOunt ho wll go ton Mt mnnoth Cave In his canc The water Wioh A pettItlon 15- I being uaWd requtJoBt1iighlm Ita Pro ceod through Echo River to 7bphet- TERTI WI QUID S While waiting in n small cky this week for a train tsar never dd k come and IIB Dill Nye was want co remark would not have stoPped at my Blltlon- It burlrcbme I bought bycbdnce t1 copy ofrllamptone lfagaxlnei2- March Issue und found In It an extensive cloon he night rider in- KentuclQnJusrotedI with n dull peg likeness of Cain JamES DoWeeso on horseback and looking as though i- wdssnt ablt afraid or faling ort eto er Ihero was also a good ptcutre a- MlijJ Basset t and anober t Judg- Rucker flanked by Eck Hudson ant 1 Weston OMalonoon In full uniform nn- cbrmutialth reluu pcrep and clrcuul lemurs aQ R nay be U 6giilt- a suggphivu eIrcumstt nct I that th picture Tart referred to wus taken In Judge Rockers kitchen door C uvial NoteJ H Williams tier Magazine manrequests us to announce L that he has only a few cople o- ffiamptonsMagazine left unsod I I went from D1Son Sprlngso Princeton this TuuAay eve and looking Through tile car window the traln seemed to be gliding smoothly In the center of a mgng torrentfor ht water was up to the lztltast nil the anysandevery railroad ditch has be come young torrent and Is wild WIth the strength and the folly or youth The water le the color ul old gold being colored w4tt the rfd limestone of this section and carry Ing D3y from the poor upland farmer whose farm Is almost witOtcut UU the beet part of what tSpe left to en- richI with W some ferUle valley whise soilewaa rich already without It And ao even tho spring floods obey tho old ptnphrcy that To him that hatb shall be given and to him that hath not shaSl be taken away even Jhot which he bah or word to that eftect At Nortonvllle many houses v re convertell Into wooden island some of whose nbabitant had fled and others of whom were standing at their windows looking at he spot where their yard had been and may I bewas4t could not be decided how much of the yard was left until the flood recedes But depend upon It- ouiI yards looth front and back Will I be well scoured by moiher nature I with the February floods for her wash bowl and the starch winds for vie- rbroomI and when the Old rKlther Is- I with her sptlpg ltousoclenn log the earth will be fit to welcome- the at spring day gad the blue binds sOng Dt Fixed For the P Trish Trio Prepataton for the secondtrlal ot 1 James H Parrish and pqsslbly the first trial of one of the either ParrlBh brothers are already underway and i the preliminary sttp hus jus beer nIITbls step Was an ngreemen 1 beween attorneys OB to the date ox- Speotal Judge Kelly to come The reguar term of tho Iianeocli- clrgpitC court before which the Par rich cases are pending begone Monday lthrch 22 nt HnwE6vl11e It Is be that Judge Blrkhead can easily tiofnplee The rti afir matters berore him do one week and therefore tlheat tornealn the ParrWh onto has al- lowedl only one week tor the regular jntgtrlIt blbeen geedto ngtlfy Special Judge Ke1 to o 4a Hawes I v11ep the fifth 1lbpday lttaricl 29 ro1 y td enter Into one ot ttioTarrlsb fosse r The groeeeuitoafialtlibi Parrish I cases x111 not divulge they mart calat t case to be called but lUte JI4m seems to expect another trial of the ehatoapfnsIJames PaTTUIJt upon which we jury sung as the latattcr of coprt or a sizrHa charge against tM mmc In qulrer a I Advertised Lettersy- M1ldssFrprenceI Ford Minnie Irvfng ii sa Steyene Ethyl Shown Mi Le1fadR61eJohA A RuClrer IW Lr Howard J L Howard Everett Ba- larI Frank Darbour Mrs J 0 Hays 18 Ula V Emma New- tonr1 arah Ftlecb MlE c- r llo ay J E 1t 1ctRll6nt8gis due oa ex 7 H w4 twv r HISTORY OF OlIO cONONTY AND eLE I 11Wouldbe uto To Present and SucceHiiIoj t Generations I u + if- o Edtor lWpJ1blcanFpr iweral years I have glven more or tt1 ught to tie desirability ot avingcoowipfie s history of OMo ttch a workk would Involve aIoi to the rdot the cerllediiearent and establishment Pt Ututl- ons n biographical sYmtohofltheprln- clpal families of the ronIAnautb01edccompreh n lve b1toiyQS indicate sht ud be iheprlde tit the genmatlon mows a1vtS and vduld be road wlunfluggln interest by the gerneTail on to came Mb Idea cf such a htstprywould begin wr1 kho Ire au heatlc migration a1 white tieople- to the serrltfory now enibracod4dOhdo county The legalrecords ntilF1ronk tort esnbshing The county would supply information of taterest The personal history of diet CJrrt- sooUcment should be giver in ad muoh detail ae slble The seWehent or the towns and villages and theqa son most instrumental In their estInsh meat would make intercsijni ddstory The story of the churcheo especially the O der ones with a ektt chofhirp- aaore many of them now deith and gone should be faithfully tpre6trvcd The doctors who have hooled the sick the lawyer who have honored tiushar- and the teachers wbo hate tntlned the youth of the county should huvo a place In the book Most ot the tntormaUon now awll able for such n history mtiat In the course of things soon be ilM Iovably lost A few of the old men noW ilv Ingheard 4be stories first handy prom the ti setsers in the coumY now much more han a century east The publication of such a hIstory should not be UDder oken vunaly for pecuniary profit but any plan forr eucii a work mUAt carry with It some provision to cover cost of compilingand- publlatticn W moon Is that it the work were dared In charge Q a com mittee thht weud commandsrxespeot that the biographical pages could be sold or n price to cover the cosu of- jurorthe work I should expect the 1- 0poratd towns or we county utd- eaohbuy space for a comprehensive ra core or Its sottlement and develap19int the principal Church oongrogal1ons- should be glad to bdve their history preserved In such a wuyrthepreach ere the doctors the ltdtvyers and tpres eat und excounty oftIciasCOudI scarcely afford to be left out Then there are the 1odgea the batiks uud the new lx1pera that should be liberal ltuce takers After these Individuals and family blographta snould enlarge the book to quite a voume The 3roc of sueh a book Could not I think tt IntelllKently put before the people fall to arouse a warm egbhu siasm and a liberal support J H THOMAS SELECT Feb 2LJas W Martin doputy saber- Iff was In ROsine this week Jno W Koon and Wife vlslte l their daughter Mrs Silas Hohelmer- of near Hartford Sunday and Mondays There will be a Red man iodgo pr ganlzed at Dalzetowu Friday nigi4 W LWarreu or DUller Covas4n town Tuesday on business Elder R P McKinley Dooer I will fill Ida regular appotetaretrther s Sunday arr J D Arbucle 4s onflnedtqlblsr- oom this week with arippe Mr and kits Wm Laugford visWPd at Da1ze own Saturc ty and SundJ Farmers are getl Atbehlnd with their work owns to 60 much rain 31us 0 B VhlteQ Ilatzetawn da very JoVe whit coneumpUon- fbx x or hornTrre l was higQr than itrbaebee tor quite II virileti Mr9u17 Ranney of RaPld City 8outr tJJexPeat fiefrw daysx c i1ppublroanechave fled time owerhtye ever had The Democrats bare spcatk very highly 1120et DUNDEE aLY n Feb 23 Sunday rhbool at tiirl- laptist end afohodlstclmrch sprats- ressing n1YI o Mr Willie tOirglaa and ninny Ii1Wi have becat the guests Of Mee bodglrs parents Mr and Mrs H w umli- 1ln returned to lber1llrle- itoHenry Tat Saturday r htlifbirhopole front teal urddy tmtdl Monda Mr Guy Shrove Idiee Eta Gett4- tthetOtle Stifvens Miss Tesslo fr Jf IDTIm Mlas Paul Steve rCaj13rowr MAs Cool1 Kuyitl i011 Mr lad Shrove tlr Owen 8hh FmtSht a d Mr JeseOKWij tendoliallatetddd Jthelroddri lfr NoU end Mies Eva pbreman9t kt i r t r titj1 t d PROMINENT H SP rAESAYI lLJ tr p 4 t I 1 sl LS 1 f rpfi ElVT ttl lA sa r atraras IN JELiEVING ALL CATAILHl4L DISAS J t Y VUa isa47 a v rO LL W CATARRH of the respiratory organs ailment In Canada for at least twothlrda of the year This condition is no doubt caused by the long severe wlntert experienced in this part of the continent Therefore when Peruna WI dlcov- ered byCanadlan people to be a reliable remedy for these cAtarrhal dlleeH- aonce became a popular medicine 110tI only among individuals and In families but In the great hospitals where it wu need I a preventive and relief In hun dredl of cases These institutions do not hesitate toI give their endorsement of the remedy which hbeen so helpful In the treat moat of their poor and sick Among these IntitutiolU is that of the SIter of Good Shepherd who gave the following endorsement The Peruna Compll yC- olumbu Ohio Having used Peruna forte patfew months 101 our ck and poor we lire J happy to say that It has given us great satisfaction j The Sisters of the Good Shepberd August 20 1903 I Montreal After a continued we of the remedy thlll institution has found no reason to change opinion of the remedy and xprossell its satisfaction the following terms I lay nigh Clt the Daptls clatroh at arrows Mss Eva Gentry 4s tile guw ot er cousin Miss Jemle Shreve Mr Jesse Huff spent Thursday 1 fight with Jessrs Fe4x ands Curl I Brown Moss Pearl Davldcn who Las been LIre guest ot her sister Mrs Amy 1 CoJe for toe past week returned tome FrJdayJProgram of the Sunday SchoolI UnionIct the onto County Association of Daptlsts Narows Wednesday Harsh 24 1909 930 Devotional scrvlcesI 945 Welcome AddressHrt4+ert- 3rtam IOt00 IUle odvantages of Having a permanent Sunday school In eaclI- 1churchF D Daughn Ferrill WoosI ley 1020 Why we do not stave a per nanent Sunday school In tile church ot which I am a memberOscor Petty J NlSapp 1 r means to use to In scrip attendanoo4 Jtltltchol101 le Wilson P E HerndonIb the teacher as en intOrpr- eerot the Dlble to bls cAstt JIlox G nLawrence A C tBaugnnI lit3dtohoil Noon l60 Query II67i r I 12O SOme comh1 n mistakes in achligW 11 013nam iU WOOCrI Jbtff t 1rtl dligt are thoatn pointak- n4kept 1 mind ari feparlngard InJ ehching the lEeBoai 1nESSlsfiaii0 C1IB1hkz 2fbottiteviewsithMr Aeccs9ltyr HowI c011il tOO j V Aitnatrong A Ii laldAertar fl 1 22O Use thatanaybh made Of titr- elaclstioardJerome Allen T WDxav jifEl W Ford ark a 4O Reports of otfloerabfn4fl8M1SU- lou9echoolh i CIr n3 310 Mkeclaneoue lemarkd J TOgnt1111Wlt c eo ring It to tho melting and ftV1J ua- lei bhflt ot Itt f s These maping Are groslaglnnin street iiiSdWo +ianyb1efilJ1oakathemtiettey ComdNs o ati I uiEW FORD J t F4JtRCetia t t r- iI I t 0111E1hJk9gV V a aYYaYLLN N Montreal Nov 7 903 We tound Peruna a relief la severe cases We can uy 111 a good tonic and we ere Very thankful of the Good Sbepberd When catarrh once fastens itself upon the system U becomes an obstinate die ee to eradicate A systemic remedyone that roaches every internal ergaa of the bodyle an absolute necessity- Peruna Is just sneh a remedy It reaiohe out the cause of the disease healing and strengthening the mucous membranes and thus giving Nature an tlpportun1ty to perform her part or the restorative process One of the many hospitals which have round PeronaofTalneJn treatingold and tlb8tinatecosof catarrh is the Hospital St John who write as follows We are happy to tell you that your Peruna has given us satisfaction Three patients have tried it one 68 yeah old Ronoul Dupulsalibied Vith catarrh fe reach relievedmore hebaa been or a number or years t IA young girl IS YelllS old had as- hstinate 1 cough which halt II bottle 01- PentlUJ c caused to disappear As to f tZrti bottles iave conIzinced me thaternna Is magnificent aa a tonic c Before thtresstment T could riot J walk for a quarter of an hour without Resolutians of Respect nttrtown Lodge No 714 F A3 Whereas The Grand J1aSter ot the Jnlyerse has teen cause to call from tbor to rest our friend and brt lcher- 3fJ Everly who was born JWgust 9 1861 dtd February 9 1909 Resolved That he was II truefalt- hu and loved mumiber ot our trate- rly whose death haS brought upon I JS a sorrow and sudnera walch win lcarcely be removed during OUrShortI pact of lire That he was n constnnl and devot- d member and a truochrlstian that I tLe was acrlve and earnest In aiding by LO InocueUe true 111 1c prlnclpa1s whlon the walks of our members were made nobles and better rrhat cts lodge line 7Jot14 a tJUr1I Mend and Mason the oommutty tin snored d zen tile family a loving on and brother and the ttlugMcr a devaed father That we ttsnderourslncere S1IJ1pJllIy totbe bereaved tfamtly uudildd then lake hope and eonsblatfon in the leavenly assurance that they hnU nee again whefthere ts po sorrow- rid po death bal ernnl tavplnessI- 1nd byer I That while we bQytfur hwnble sub lisalon tp the deylne willwe urn- eoplyeenelbte 9IJf the y1p se JbJyr ho lrreprablelens- Etatned by our todge ot 1JJoh lie was n mosb falselul member Ile mss vitiated lnto ourIvdke Ilec 19 1905 sd Fob 20 190G anti inlets tb eeSnb JiinoD iaragcet bsdtprll 3 1000 aa1 11BfJatleCemfortfdl- Y JI tad ltLlns life YOrk was l1OU81 owtbexsquam tthet fs flatly ralItavaarbyt a plumb arid Ithat he- met bisrbrothertmember and friends n h level t That a page be sat IIJ1do 49 the- ecprdDgaktof t1s lpdgossiacrem r1a1tn ourl1t hr andJ thL test rtlpps be epnearn tieteon uttn a coPy 0tthMfi nROtU+ lJntI be v v MaJJd- xperieneingmuchfatigne NowIcaa G walk a mile easily Through these three cues Wet desire to make known to the public the er C- rlcJencyof yonuemedCProvince of Quebeo IA later letter received from the same netltutlonreads as followss 1 Three weeks ago I wrote to tell von how satisfactory we found Peruna We recommend 1t blgIJly for I Jflitcolds coughs catarrh and neuralgia A I have Used It myself as a tonic with ho best results taken as directed halt t tepoontul every halt hour Mrs Etta Booker Dundrun Bask S W T Canadt writes Illuttered with Intern1 catarrh untU wrote to Dr Hartman and after tak ng treatment as he advised I can say r am now cured of thlll most trying ImJctlon for which I am truly thank ul I think Poruna the best medicine or catarrh 1 never felt betted my- lie than I do at present Pernna not only promptly reUovea toughs and colds in their first tut le equally prompt and efficient forbatarrhal dtseuea In the chronioitg or course It la only reasonable to uppose that a great deal lessmedtclne J rill be neceaeary tocure a ellgbt attackrf catarrh than Would bo rcguired to slleve the ailment after n boon ilowed to become chronicIurnlsbed ha bertnvc i tonally and he same be published Kn tho 3fatbnic lame JOurnal and both county mipers- JNO T BONE O 1 ROSS J C AOKSON lComnriIcL For Salet 11 14 Until Saturday February 27th nt loon I will receive sealed bldi for he material contained In the brick building in the cope house yard rhe purchaser wll be tgalrcd tote nova the material and all rubbish wd fill the excavation within two months utter purohnse Jf a eats tgtaotory price Is not olrtaiU byeeaaf I T eel bid the property beisoldat r- publlo auction ltibnday Match 1 W B TAYLOII or O 90 A Grand Old Play trY e fIMonte CrIo king of melodramas tHutford j 10 It will he the well known Fredto I G Conrad producUon us arrange by Lugene Moore one of the bet or mqdern MONTE OruSTOS Tho 1 fame ot this great play Is we i medt t- ed for It to a moat impresivp drama tzation of ono of the most brilliant tories ever Writen Dot or the biet il- or all melodramatic novels his bOOn i- eV91ved the greatest or all romantic melodramas and wh sbry and dram + cave achieved a popularity unparelled + 1 In extent end vita4yt SMONTE- iRISTO to a Plarfor all cli18s i- rid K- a peope or ages It Is even j a green play for those who cannot L rtaUnea lihaSet i jbes 19Ailjlt bring his lClajre which beep PmN 1 + bbbolS llt btieA9erilttseatsostlrtrtperl t J flee with lhleaaei c n 01 l ftr 11u tr U c IIi ptTickling In the hrar y y Just a little tickling in the hroatV k r you a tJthat1gsonl CantgetridofiUrHomer 11f t J- edies dont take You need something stronger a a- regular mettlciiie a doctors medicines 4 P to c ntairiShJ trig lting and soothingr t 1 ties of the hdli t orderyour doctor ibotltnth No a1cUltulbithiicou h et e ttJ JpMkia Y 1M4 whit Rte M 4 ilwrkti I1Ri ot A slrllY etr Wluttloetyttioe yt 1 1I v- x J J 1 I 0 i 1 15N FIT SEE MUCH GOOD IS WASTED BECAUSE If UP RIGHT WEBCANNOT UNDERI YOU KNoW GREAT I PART OF THE GooD CLoTH THAT 15 15 Mlj BEING PUT INTO ILL HAPED SUITS FIT 15 A THING WE LOOK To WHEN WE BUY OUR MIGHT YOU NOT JUST AS WELL GO To A i o CLOTHES FIT MAKE A MAN FEEL WE CAN SELL YOU SUITS AND TOP coATS FoR THE FOLLOWING AND THEY FIT Suit FfOe 00 1r f A good Spring Over Coat For 10 Better Suit For 1250 rA Better Spring Over Coat For 15 Possible Suit For 18r tBest Possible Spring Over coat For 1650 The tailor can fit you no better he will charge you more r f I i Hartford Republican t FRtlBMtY FEBRUARY 26 c iv III nols Central Railroad Time tf Table North Houuil MiMilh Donna NoHIdnt tosm Noll1duI1ll1m Nol tue1230p m NoJlfl due 248 p m Ii HolBJ dnt 248 p in No in dn8i2p m i l PA JUT TIME TAIIIK i tire Three eyery Bandar moral j nt 0 oelocK returning srrlYM Thnrt day i r SicC t 1b1tTi needta doctbrand tcn A trtiey need Is pure drugs and r aa jexperienced druggist to fill tihp- t a Wt have bbththe pure d genm- i th llruggiet Wewlht l 1yny 1 IJIRIGHT snit a4fAl- owh ay9 ceyaeyou can g e WeR16o all kinds of drugstore N Soas end Pry eta9Ji MedlolaeB Give ujr K 1 T j J vJ4 A Thomas cornier t Ii 81 1 t t tJLCP 1- i t resets 1Ii rill tyfft gsnli 1It Jul recefwed icM ot hills- r 4r W d p 1 tl37 JWI LJr1 atS4n I- FTbese aRt t9 pew + lsrwa7a- here CARSON COI Etea nlA JL 1SI bore aJult 9ato AYLSON J1 r brlce it Ftetae r- iu t tSONCO deedrtt e Oh JiI1 JIPa r imtacos t H Q1a fi ta at Ad t 1 irf The tot Calico6c per yaM iatI- i aaibe1 hi io1iira t UJJSU towf iiliJ I JJiI hIj AIIILULJ w IIUI 21 4 iJI A ir 4 t 1 n- elti n 1 J q GDSIi- YovF I GARMENT TRAY fS NECISARYoSWE WELLAsWITH STYLE ANp AND VARIETY WELL VbU 5WorJLD IJ5TER BRoVM tt t I J r WHYSo CLOTH ISNor MADE STAND THOUGH ifepE TREATED6Y GOODS GooDSpCLOTlES J THAT BETTER PRICES JAgobd I 1A but B letvMllartrord fWhen People ttTAERE1expetienced ttanyw3ux Bupplleaand atrlaIiltothed tmTFOlQrn xntrrytt50t flL t E54LVEDTNA Jl WEKiT Mlsa Amazlla Render McHenry is the guect of relatives In Hartford FOR SALETwo horses and rood wagon Charley Colburn Sunnydae Ky J 28tf Dr W P Westerfleld of Rochester was in Hartford oa business last week Capt S K Cox is Mardl Oral at New OrleansLuI this week- Rev G H Lawrence and Mrs A B Stanley Beaver Dam were among our callers Wednesday Mr Walter Campbell sold a three yearold flJly last week to Rhea Page of Bowling Green for 175 oicesrs John T Moore and W S Tinsey attended an important meet- Ing of the Shriners aU Wndlsonvllle Monday night IW sell exerything that the farmer needs from a DarnNeedle to a Threshing Machine IOhio County Supply Go Rev GWf Dame Pastor of the LeUehfield Dry E Church was the of friends ln jwd neaT Hartford first of the wePkar jr tl101 AltbrteyB1 H Traylor J Glenn ails CV H Barnos have been in Parkersburg W Va on legal business elneo iastf sturday- County AJ1frtlt tit ycvvxu4 line JjeeQ to tlpulBvHVe sand Bvansville on legal EB the greater portion of the wctt r We are paying 20q zlor gthis week AJlothcr kinds good coumtry Rrarketpriceqw Hartlprdi FwNt Mr1 Rfl Rltey aBBtotanKf ashien bf the Ffretv National Bahk fell and dIsick ted hiBorraoneitayrfst ekiwhich has caused him considerable item u LjlI Mr foiin A ffudsoncvletlypae- eldoelt pf cerDiwdtitlthha resided In lriori fhd foV the siC two or brit60 yceire tiuvilSitlngJrieddi1 anda ety ehtetoldhrt rsnb + Tlirs Marye3lwlretttlolserdOJlan non Kyri jawilting et1JlrePt RF Y1strnour f th A for a1eWd 1 fYJ slft 5 I Jason Vl tH4rcrit4itt hcGahis home near Narrow5latltuApr tuI ercu e e dt jf had n ulitro1C ears a aia figsrestdeiicetllr lgals- alntitaCemeI 4t t terYt1a r J1iIIif t j 2 1i1 I 4 or We haye lust rtclved a boat load am r MUS Come and 1ee thtnstvtllellha County Supply Co I What adewe hrWJwe holdwh- etcoheVoni are Qrte CARSON CO Farmers this Is the time to sow Clover Best Seed 675 per bushel Ohio County Supply Co We are after rwho want thOI beet Our Spring stock is uglow Wltbi newness OARSON Wflwlll open up a new lot of MKn and Boys Closing Saturday Feb 20J CARSON CO Mrand Mrs L M Render nndl daughter Loulsyile were the guean of Mr Ren i8 parontB Mrandi Mrs WB Render city the firs of nth- week j Mr E E Crabtreq and family feav mbvedto thtlr faint on Rough Creel west of Hartford itc Robert cove and family are aocupying the Crab tree residence fTO LEASE Forone twp or true years a farm about 5 miles boo Hartford wear Hariiiord and Liver morn road for parUcnlara address A L reason 434 E ramp street ItO uii ville Ky- Dan B Richard an evangelist o wide experience Is expected iatrlvelniHantfonModay liwlllWenol- at the Batas church Sunday morn Ing and night All are Invited am tho members expected to come out lDied at his residence pear Hors on the right of 36th Jnst of pneumonia Mr Fred Neafus His re mains were burled In the Salon church buryln grounds Thursday He leaves a wife one child numerous friends and relatives to mourn his death The revival which two been In pro gross at tho Centertownt Meanodls Church for the post several days closed Wednesday venlng It wet conducted by the pastor Rev It D Bennett and Rev W A Miler ot Sebree Ky and resulted In sixty or more professions and flty uddltlom to the caurch MrDan Aultmtre and family of the Goshen neighborhood left for Car rlers Mill 111 last week where they will make their home in the future These are among Ohio countys heel citizens and we can ill nlford to lost them from our midst hut while this is true they have the best wishes oi their numerous friends Mr W J Vaughn who conducted 0 oneday Sunday School Institute watt Us last year will be with us again 01 March 25 for an afternoon and night session He wants every person offl dally connected with the organizes work district or county to meet bum there There will be a program for the benefit of any officer or teacher In the schools Aunt Polly Ann Miller wife of David Miller died at her home near Horse Branch last Sunday and was burled at Salem burying ground Monday afternoon She had passed the age of three score years and ten had lived a useful Wee and will be missed from her community She left a large circle of friends and relatives who mourn her detail John A Johnson the seventeen year od son of William Johnson of the east Fordsvllle neighborhood 8 tried before a Jury in Judge W B Taylors court Monday afternoon and found to be of unsound mind and wa ordered confined in the Hopklnavlll asylum The authorities at the in tltiution were notified by telephone and an attendant came otter him uesday Mr W H Mauzy tae tecelvedlut- Orn1nttonot the death of Mr David J Block at Sprlngffetd 111 woo was orroerly a citizen of Hai1tto rdhfLjJp Jlock resided hero for a 1863 and during this ported Ae was I married 4o Miss Corda Blstor of Mr John R FP While here klr Block was propri of itlw old Commercial Hotel earl ajso conduoted I grocery store nI whlgh stood where the Ohio County t- ntltldlug D now 4n4 TfIt Wk s in the hotel bjistaeisi a Snrjngfl fit a the meof fiis egthItfzThe protracted n ptlng which leap- t the Hartford Mfttiodlt JChuiyj junday Feb7th loved wlilt the E1 aces Wednesday evening There wji ilirty five iffofeeeloria and reclMB a and 5Y9iyrythnee R 0ddtOIft J rN churtb Rev RT Btow of izabehlako wnF onttBa+ ence JM Onari ellIt did aO he preeebh g kkirr ng the A1631teeT xJay eepvices It uta 9fal yjeers rfnoa Hartford arid rsorotttrtalty has ezperieaeedl as rreatT Jigloufl aakemfugthe SPlrt wallty ofi tbeholo oonnnu iiy having IJeen mevlved Brat WDI has endear t himself to the peope of Hartford to a way kfudlytndy a young maabllt wseestlargtat- tat aa a revli T p o love ands a pr aiai0ntheir pastor He church be4 qg4r le oiber raison with hlmji t- c i Tlr 0cJ ir T Y- MtIn Memory of Mrs E BaTeL r fepbf r 1i s r I i li1909 j an- t4tkndssvadg reringdddefi iW1 gel visited the home of Mr E D Tlch enor of aicHenry and takenMs lov lngocrinpanlon MraZolnorD Tichonor Shojwas born Oct 21 1847 professed fath inrcllristsand Jloned Wcbt Pro vrdonco of which church she was a devoted member unll her death She was married to ED Tlchenor Sei tBiu 1869 and to theni in their happy union were given tour chldren thboldest little Vlda having died wzno very small Is Bufvneli by her ihusband onelton fjJ TlcUenor and two dough terSj MrBEsUirTlchenor and Mrs N P Brown jail of McHenryf her affection for her chMdren can only be meaBUTCd fcy ttq expression A mothers love On Sunday us life Was obbll1g she palled her children children Inlaw u114grondohltdT li around her oedsjde Bptaklng ttci each one a tender farewell as the end- dravrnearer she said I can sec them when the devoted husband as he clung to hjls vanishing treasure nBkedt Can you see Jesus silo Joyously answered Ohyes By but I tcweuV cut loose yet Onshy one theyuder cords were broken but tcar watchers wens oomforxfed by the expres ion on that beautiful too that she was calmly and peacefully entering Into the presence of God Though our hearts are saddened by the loss of one whom we loved so well we have the sweet ussurnncu thalj J she bas a brighter home In Heaven By her lovabo disposition she won a host of friends wherever t BHeniv Weep not loved ones though her smiling face and loving voice will be seen and heard on earth no longer there is one more voice in heaven singing praises with the angels May we all so live that when life Is over we will meet our loved ones In that beautiful beyond where we will never say Good Bye After funeral services at the resl dence conducted by her Pastor Rev H P Brown her remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground PEARL BY ANOTHER FRIEND OK THE FAMILY Gods angels has again visited the McHenry neighborhood taken from us this time Mrs B Tlchenor one of the most highjy osteeirfed Christian ladles of our county Mrs Tichenors life neeSs no comment for id was an open rbgbk of deeds of love and kind ness t3he was a dr voted wife and mo her and her sweet disposition ea deared her to all She leaves a brok en heurocd fiud and one ton Mr S J Tlchenor and two daughters lire N P Brown and Mrs EsMlle Tlchenor nil of MoHenry Mr Tilchenor as did his wife easily won a large list of friendswho have learned to esteem his kind and nlmable disposition In Ills hour of distress all friends ex tend him and his family their dees est soirapathy Splendid Record for New Schocl New No Creek School Subdistrict No5 Educational division No I- has Just completed the second year or its existence W R Carson the teacher reports that the per cent of attendance based on the censUs was 80 One month Itho ter centBosed on the centus was 103- Everyillipil In the school ago attended but two Eighty one dollars were ubscrlDed by the patrons to supple ment she teachers salary every cent of which was paid promptly- A school improvement league has boon organized with Mr Carson as chairman which has greatly embell- Ished the school house grounds a largo number of maple boxelder and elm frees have beet plated which adU very greatly totWtiatura beauty ofI tbe pay grounds BveYy patron seems to have been in batty accord iwlth the forward movement whlcH has node the succes or the school sb marked B6f3iMr Colon slid they district areo be oongroMated This lsnn out pos- t progreerf wbrtliy of ecntfatt6In t 1 few years the school house with bare walls afld uiikbfraljjivo surround ngs wllibo Uieexcfeptlon n I fIt DeW 3Wn ROSINE Feb 24Hea1th is good In this immunHy H1 J We had altlrrce rata and H Il- liorP4 bevp ttulrhty nfgh t Mr Froazo W ednian and wife of itat9Ux vteiWl ltlfIJ Weedfpans father MtI Togt and family of near Salem leafEht rdnT nlaht Torn HJ nes wife and two children v81ed1Mr4 jiobertt Wilson and family ot Fa r la Sunday hirs4fary Wilson and daughter Isfted MIL Annie Brown last Sunday rveningr iTale deputysheriff sllppfd upon tbo boys a Roslne nnliClffig1JotII1Ot b andSjfiMniinoned them before tlhe irand iury ct c rIhe I Ft Rte notBplng obvy spy mosjames taea bthey have deny otlfiedjh pepple of this place 1- y M J r tt ft 7 f Ifi bit EIflbit tnIflbit 0 1 r bityobitdiesbit nal was for ladies bsr bit who had homes or bit bit staid at home a bit class not universal bit to the gentler sex JJ Men are now learn j + ing that the Jour bf nal is also for them Never an issue that has not three to five J articles which would profit any man They jjA- O are taking advantage of this and the La I t dies Home Journal is now quoted by men 4 as often as the average magazineb 1 Letties Sister Marries I i 14 You who are reading this may not know j what this means but the little girls of this air = town do Lettie Lane is a very popular per = son with them Some of her folks come jj Jj every month in the Ladies Home Journal f= which is on sale together with the best fi patterns on earth and everything you may bit fi bit tj want from an uptodate alive dry goods bit fibit4 bit bit bit bit IJepencI Orl bit fi bit Barnard Be Co = HARTFORD KY tt- fi bit w S 0 M I IAmerican Beauty II CORSET I Weepnew Spring Corset line is f TJiE in and commencing next February 22 1909 and continuing for one week we will give to every purchaser of an AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSET during any of the above days solutely FREE a copy of f abI plecesoUIIIUII MARCH AND TWO STEP this is one of those Catchy selections that one involintary beats time to when its f being played Bands and orchestras are adapting itforI their use itt the metropolitan cities J i Please remeirhjr that this unusual offer Jis for one i r week only if jrf 1 t I br V nn n See our window display of ttteseeorsets rl The bestJI IIhat corset int jigence has yet produced 1 up1J E P Barnes Bros I Beaver Dafn ky I u- r 1t i c 1 i I JIIt 1 J 1 I jf1 1 4iI MOST VAHABLE TREE IN THE WORLD Stands in Londons Huma- Whirlpool Yew is 300 Years old and Occu pies Land Worth 1000 a Square Foot Down do huddled Chmps1 In the vortex of Londons tumau wlulnlpool there tnDds the most valuable tree in 7bd world That Is to sty it oc- cuple a more tU1tatble spaoe than Bny tree in the word for the land Sn which It has spread Its roots for JOO Years Is wonth 1000 a square Ioox In the spIc1ous times of good Queen Bees this yew wue n young sapling in the garden ot a noble mansion KIng- doms rooo and tell but the tree grew and throve white time In its progresr gradually changed The character of the neighborhood In ouch It stood The aristocratic mansions gave way to Wareh9llts and thk burdens disap geared to give place lb o1c ely packed rows of mean llltle houses wherein petty merchants drove more lor less flourlshtng buslnese The garden In whiCh the yew stood belongEd to the ancient house of Chudlelgh and waa the last one to dlsctppeat tih1l8 long gone now and only the yew remains and tlhereby clngs n romanUc tale Beneath the yew tree there lie burl ed the bones of nn ElfzabethaaQhud leigh wh aVer th manner or Shakes peazO and other cheerfulminded per sons or that day prooounoed a soleenta curse on anyone who would disturb his last resting place Hie grandson was an irreverent lndlvddwal who became pressed for money and eoneely eel tho Idea of clearing the old gar den and building upon It He had already made the necessary contras and was about to put his ofmplous purpose into execution when he wile suddenlykfled In a curious fashion Walking one day In the old garden with his architect he as struck by a state blown from thPI roof of the mansion and quled life with sb Tt ling celerity lie heir being ot n judgment and Immediately canceled all cowttnets and the garden ecsaped The ourae held good for a couple of generutlons after that until there aroee nn ortgtnnlm1nded Chudlelgh In the reIgn ot George Ill ot wcred memory This Chudligh had a wholesom regard for the curse butalso was ead- lyfnneedotmoney so ho sec his WIts to work and devised a most Ingenious scheme He had a rnlUng built around the corner In which stood the yew and devoted the reminder or thegar den to the builder Phn ghost tmust have grown tired or enisly etistled for the Georgian Chudleigh died In his bed btu before he died he made Q wlll which Insured so far as the wit ot lawyers could tbet none of his hears executors adnilnlstratorsor assigns should would or could touch that little roiling which surruonded- the tree Happily for his wishes the estate was soon In chancery where tt nOw remains From a Scientists Note Book A human being breathes aoout twenty times a minute Some awhorlther cnfm that a dW- Ot goals milk makes one Immune from tuberculosis Seventyrle per cent ot the neat consumed In Great Britain is imported British automobile exports now amount to about 22000000 a year At the present rata of lncreasetho- lapulation ot thIs country ln1919 will be 100000000- It Is lIke y that a momorial sytitem will be experlmenwd with In the up ler part ot New York city I1broo hundred thousand concrete croesies hue been ordered for the Italian State utlayse- adingA German electrical com pany has In contemplation the erec tion pt a new plant for the exclusive manufacture of airships and aruo planes lt Is quite Likely that an Ame- rtan bank will be stalJltShlod loon In Pekln That city has had British German French undo Japanese banks for some time i Toe Japanese government Is making an energetic lIgnt to prevent ire plague In Toklo alone boween 2000 nd3000 rats are kllled and examined every day In the scorer for a 1osslble- eouice ot Infection lihe tire losses of the United States and Canada for olIe t11el1dar year of- k1J0s aggregated the sum of 239562 2 plWh bcetdPd only by trio yeu- Jilo4and 1906 when the ytarly to contlasWtionailngouUl has ljfn placEd on the mar be of erJIt fir e excepting he ono O iitJ but there roB an- t4 rt unusual munber otw ones A vory compact reldentlaIHgk lug outfit ohM been pad ou htew- ketfor ruse In1 a1l1ocalltte WheN the central etaUon dletributioat Mass ate not a81l1ible1 The fWtftve vod generator Is driven by a ben horse capacitynsorago batteries with a tiapaetiy c2 supplying eight eight candle power lamps for five hours Those parts area l mouaied on one bed plate togetltef- witbaewltehboard vacuum pump dust collector and wafer tank An nWort went of vacuum cleaning nttaelisnends Is sup Ued as pant Or tM outfit which win prone a very acceptable addition to the hOUsehold impodlments for by this unique combination there will be work to be done by ibat all times day or night true fnine IsI tiLted With a fly wheeL not usual In motors ot this type the purpose being to overcome the iluuatIng voltage owing to irleguiarlty or speed EXAMINATION AND STUDY OF THE HEART Invention Which Enables Students to See Its Pulsations Phe human Oimnt is fast losing Us t myutery You can ootunlly tree It nowadaysor rat ter yrott ron obServo Its mOvements in n shadow pidure by means of the Roentgen auys Tie tact is not Lew hilt the facfLic3 tor allping the IbOO medical eience 1 have developed wonderfully and the auuh01iIUes ot one of the great ug f tilt ohOl9pltt1s are proud of the Zlt text adds nOD to their electrical dllXlIt ment which will be opened probably t In the near future It Is called an orthodtagmph because it gives Iii a tracing of inexact The relalhe dimensionsI which holds II small clrc greenish yellow screen One a wide black ring One a wooden mfr and the other fna t litDe reservoir that acts D8 a pencil for the trn01ng AJlinet b roll can t vas screen In the dark stands tha I prison wbo wttnts his interdal organs Ii to be seen at work file arms ot the machine are lowered utLil tare greenishyellow screen appears In front There Is heardthe faint crackle tot electricity a circle of light appears and the tndtons ot Ihe beard retict ed on the screen may be tollowd Attached to the front of the machine Is a bulb TOis Is In association wlti t the pencil behild and us It Is lreu ed a drawing ot the heart Js trac ed in title bue delis upon another while screen at tile back Thr1 nevlty ot this machine ls the t perfection to which It has been t brought It may be worked by a finger GlMt value Is attached to the use of the ot1dioillagmph whdeh will enable ii accurate and rellabe records ot the state ot patients hearts to M obtained At ptC8eDl however only the outlines and the movements can be observed It Is mot possible us yet to sa3 the structure ot the heart The ornhodiagraph was made at Nan helm Germany 1 In Memory or William D Rogers web died tt- hdshbane near Cromwell on the 1 tIi- Iof February 1x09 He wad 22 Sibs old Willie us Ile US tamlilon1y cat ed among his associates was III gtYr- ddhristlan lacy loved by ail wibo knew him and I11s many relaUciS utd 1 blends will be said tb Jearn of iA- dcutb Tb father mcfber and brotlh er b dear we 1a1o lie was the pride Dl your t8irtsflr But weep nt for ohestlnlng gemtlTrht Ills been taken from Ip r 0 time IIWbbwave done t Remember be soya the day will coo 1- W en you tcH meet and olasp hd ti to your breast a And my be oomtoIitnl with J1a wards of love JIE For savaet Is the life or Willie other be dwells In peace and neat n MARTHA SURE CURE For All Disease o- fSTOMACH LIVER t KIDNEYS ASKED GOD 1 t SHAKETHEEARTN J To Show He isPowerfulrDid The Editor t That Very Night MesstJ Was Destroyed by the Mighty Earthquake ij Jibe most extraordinary coincidence I ever beun1of has como to piyknow edge writes a ponderitwha was- in ossina the scene of 1fMrth quake to the New York rFkmr41 lIb my tIEmatn knowledGe far the tttle Is so wld I would not write It it I had noUhe tuffs It is one Or the stories one eameimes weare treat Ignorun and sttpenatlttous persons and treats as unworthy of aenJcoaUention- 3ry informant was nn otd friend one of the Italian officials but even his words did nor carry convldLon ti first In a former later I qJOkfjt the lom announcement ofa paper pub Jsho- m the first time the dsy eIore he destruction of the city and ealled The Future This eoncfdeucegtruck- me as eumcletutly dumattoand pa htlc wffithout further details but the- rest ot the dory is tar more remar table ki tt ems that there were many freethinkers Bt Messina and a freethinker Ot the Latin tIpeno mere y doubing or unbelleting but vl- ocntlyo nn3rlifng that savors ot re Iglous belief This new paperbelong- ed to peon and the first number was firEd with aUucks not only on he church but on all mltglon 7lie- odltor hot coolant with ty1ng In Lis heartlfhere is no GOO dVotI ed a violent editorial to the subject and used thase words addressing Godj It you are not an lmpoteittJ tool send tie an earthquake to rite you axis That nlgtbt the city was des rayed I have soon the gaper and have readI he edltorial wlthmy own oyes or would not write the story My l1a1I IU1 frlend wos deEply noted obY Its anYone would re standing in theI midst of this helL that waq lIessInllI Hs was so much moved that Iten sired to remonstrate Surely Tau dont think that the great reghteous God we are taught t0 believe In would destroy hone ands of fives like th1s just for a piety spitea spirit of childIsh I told You so die said no It sus incredlbde but he went away unconvinced In his heart Indeed the effect ot the edf- orlal has acted like wildfire among heimprea 1onebleldallansof tM south and made a tremendous Impression The editor will have been tile best missionary the Qatholic church hils lad for many a yea- rUNFORTENATE ARE- FIRSTBORN GHILERN hose Sprung from Early Mar riages Especially Subject to Disease Prof Penronslihoorry that thefirst beam children of a magrTlne are more lkely to fall YlsUms to consumption titan the lolerborn offspring fine lCn frthty tested by ProC Van der- Veldom of Frankfort from nw erial- urntsbed J by Prot Riltelof Kin5- uhe The result In the main ysIhb New York tun confirms dh3 Idler theory In a ssikfng manner IprltRlUEil bas maid exnautilcein nines In the history ot 2500 ceun- y fnml1s in the maUt of hiheilted- uberculoets He found ltat in nor 101 families the oufth iG11 and six 11 children were healthier on the verage lfnundue tire second orthlrd- Vhie lie tatter sucwmbed in 0- SBCr degree to Infantile cotuplafnis were far Uable to be kill- d by consumption Moreover they were more subjeCt to Other tnherlted a l cl IWoeHtm to a a a po1w9i3t sae Tire ittfenleTkyti bf firaCwliori oh4Mre- ahnt d dilrrgprcply IrL Van der Vet den sas when the takes fsol Iandtt1ietnsd dernaer i- LtwlntefiJUbif to tlBcJ hat accord lug tin tke kve t Cednan Matiet4- peope in13ttrope ooutlary to general bUtnierrYonr Lb h- tbedr arandfatllse In 867h Comm the average age of the iwGand W 30 and t the wire 27 8 yearsNw the Bveragebrldt la 289 yeas o and heavers bride217 These fig urea thold goods bath for tile utfln an the rural population In other Eurutsa ooutrles if the Comma etatielics are tt be aeitedup- oa the mRniyin eg5 Is also jn1Dfi with dhe sole exoeItiea ot lie United Kingdom flhcse eanslef rnarrlages do not however send up the birth mtPwhcb fn all European coun tries is ling elcadUy For Sale Sewa4Jturidrod acme of good farm tug lends known asthoJ F Collins fattn d4etsmceatnt two miles from Hartford on tae Hartford and Beaver Darn pike Also residence property In Hart lord tWostory dwelling cnd n halfacre lotfrontnlg the new Mo H E depot sIte For prices and term apptylto W H or Dn CoUln Hart ford Ky 22tl HOMEMADE KIDNEY AND BLADDER CORES This Mixture though Harmless is- Is Said to be Very Effective Mix the following by shaking we In a bet loo and take tn teaspoonful safter meals and at bedtime Fud Extract DaudeUon onehall ounce Compound Korgon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces A local druggist Is the au UIOdty that Mew simple harmrss Ingredients can be obtained at nominal cost from our hone druggist The nlxture Is said so tJtQnfC and suCgn hen aLo clogged and Inactive Kidneys overcoming Bacireache Bladder weaknese and Urlnarytrouble of- all kinds UlaJ before tine stage Or Bl1gius dl1E1se Those whu have rled this say it positively OVt1OCJI11V6 pUln In the back COOrsUI urine or sedlmentand regulates urlunrron eepedaly at nJglC curing even the worsJforms of bladder knetS- Everymon or woman here wjto feel thatthio lddntys are not a trong or actIng In Q hrulll y manner should mix 4hls precsriprion not homr and mix this prusrlltOn at home and give It a trial as It Is said to do wonders for many persons CpnclusionWhen used to wonder if ho would Over be rich bU of curse he was too young to know When le grew older he argued with Mmsl It smoking was Injurious but he never really settled the ques tion Later ho went ire o sotttty and discovered that seine women are pretty and that some bakry good bread his often through the would marryonly h coud never seem to decldo which kind he preferred He grow mighty SnfCTCtEI Intel ence nude thougil0ne might wrote boOk abbot something of tits sort aI he never did Hs joined lye churches ont at a timebut he never felt quite sure he had hit the right one R3 belIeved In single tax nclallsrlt and high tnriffbut he wasnt sure that things were note beler I1fJ they Were In tdme he grow gray and weak In the knees One day he was taken very 111 lie called In a homeOpath aw nlJopah an osteopadl and an herb doa or They all prescribedtat he cousin leclde which medicine waS moat 14k- ely to cure Mm Ilo iotook them 11- 11I1hen lie died And his friends felt- that it iwas the beat thing he had ever done At last be had arrived at conclusionEx1 LEcTrncIiTnftache1BBackacbeDlsslnaIadlgIitlo Medicis fIL =a= U I 510 Gsiafuttii D1re toryo ktrOevaxtgn Clt Ceurt=y Fi IMrkijJIfCI IteeD oAt4AraeyWI F r Janet 9 Barre Clerk JzaH IfeHxMaater CeIMIRerYiLKlei t It B JorrisSherifr ertfeMeDepattee 8- ni9tW W bI flntsued three weeks Hd third mon Ia111ia + and Noveatber twoweeke coJnty Ceur4W B Taylor JiId W LTlnlley Clerks H M woodwoad Attorney Hartford Court conven tlrat Monday In each l1tbI titKenckyi A tober TiledayOctober OfficersN Moxley Survey or IOtheI W Leach Assessor ntDeWeeseSchool SupertnteJ CoroneeJlnroJUSTICU COURTS J H William Beaver DamMarch It kjWJune 26 September S December HW S titan DundeeMarch 27 Jua H September 26 December 7 W It Edge ordsvtllMarch Jua- tt September n December 21 D S Chamberlain J3edaMarch aJune 26 September 1 Deamber M Herbert Render Centertown MarcD 30 June September B December 30 SLJuheHARTFORD POLICE counor GleanClbAttornetcomveneesoeond Monday fn- month each MayotGootgeuser It E LHlmmerman C M Dal pruttaHookerSchool Trulteelhcttordc TbisleyCBrunch x RELIGIOUS SERVICES IrdSuudy7 P m and 2nd Sunday 711 m Pray veonlngRevBaptist Qhurohservicea held SatuN day night before second Sunday Sunda and Sunday night and fourth Sunda and Sunday night Prayer meeting e nlWednesday evening SundaInIir v T C Wilson Pastor everfourthP m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor dECIiEor hOCILrr1ES Hartford Lodge Nom F A Ma- Sons rneete first and third MOndAy ettWi Keystone Chapter No no meets ever mooORender Secretary Hartford Chapter No 84 OIE eveningMrsRiley Secretary Rough River Lodge No no Xnlghll- ot Pythlaa meets every Tuesday night RendsKHartford Tent No 99 K O T meets every Thursday night E PPndleton Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T 14 Meets tint Friday evening and third monthMrsEo keeperProton Morton Poet No t G A aholds regular meeting Saturday bit the first Sunday in each mouth ABh RogerswjtOhio Tribe No 199 Imp Order flu Men meets second and fourth Wedne day nights In each mouth CEM- orriron 8agheml A E Paver Ohio ot Records Acme Lodge No 3391 o o F meets every second arid fourth Mon DDCarpenters and rofnere local N 1881 meets 1st Saturday night in each month Noah Skngg1 Free 1V- Luce D Sec Trcus OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity t National Officers C O DRAYTON Pies Greenville Ill M F SHARP VJcePres Bow Green KY S D KUU1 Soc Trees polls State Officers JO OANTRILL Free Georgetown S ROBERTSON See Calhoun Ky Ohio County OUlcers- S LsTEVENS Pres DearerDa81 Ky OAt P KEOWN Trees HartfordKy O E SMITH Sec Hartford ICY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION J M DeWeeeaChairman Hartford Ky 1W C Ashley Hartford n FDNo 4 2 J ABlamy Wdritesvnle 3 FD I3aughn Hartford RFDNo 1 HDF 6 Rdbhaad PlummorfltyJorIMhie 6 J L Brews Bockpotd I TEflGfl GRADE SCNOAl Y OFrlEso ihiSILL Of TNJTCOMMERCLAL BRANCMFS XCLDOdMW TfLEGR 7AU6yz REAUf L T ES EECWRITi I 0 4 fi7 v C l J Q iotI HAJlITT 08gNIT BARfLET7 is SMITH LoXIJTORNEygAT LAW HARTFORD KY III raoUcetprote Is alltits 0011118tiQtffltten given to all bnikreM j tedto their oare Collectlone Wed tits Prae Uoe of Criminal and Real Btate Late Speelaltlea OUlee 1n Republican build leg FRANK LFJLIX AttorneyatLaw eaHARTFORD KY I Will practice hla Drofesafoa Ja Ohio and alolnlmg and la the Court ot ApDea4 Criminal Bradlee and Cot lectlona a Specialty Office Ia the HerAid building CHAS MCROWE LAWYER HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession la all the course of Ohio and adjokilnlcoU1Ue8 and In the Court of icltobuilding on Center street + Jib B WILSON ATtORNEY 41 LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collecUonij making abstract Ao also Nataty Do for Ohio county Office norUlaide IUbIc prone h- iI RR WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY FederalCourtEtc Collections promptly attended to uatyOUlceover K L liRAVIUN ti11Na8ttfQUDIYAiIi HEAVRiNWOODWARD Cctf ts at lava HARTFORD KYtWill practice their profeslon In all the courts ot Ohio county and glveacrlinlnalpracttce 7ce netdoor to Bank ot Iartford YANCY L MOSLEY 1 ATTOR EY AT LAw HARTFORD Y thegand tits Court ot Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Banc w B DARNER S A ANDSII80t BBARNES ANDERSON Counselors at law HARTFORD KY theyhaveUce In all courts State and Fed anal with offlcea south aide of Mnla street opposite Court House Hartford Ky AbtracUag TItles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate UI l e rna 1 tten lon Notary nottlei rSh TLNTTpwiodadnre npewPApINa RCigagNCLf Jorkiold1 tDftrou bwl+tntnra to S WARHINOTON D 01 I Hg t l in rtlLVy 1 ry1ln KILFLHtCouCHEtK KiigsNSLD13C fretAll GIIAtANTIicDIITI1fA01piU11 f f l tInoe = uMrr e0slfliw+ IN ALL COUNTUr iY0WrtMorkiu s elM Iaul MI 7yt Iwtr l tN oe- vfi IWMlHINQTONC i i J I S v1 k c j TIfAfitE END Of RULERS c Recalled by Mention of President Faure Twenty two Rulers of Civilize Nations Rave Been Murdered ifi Last Centaury nf4gn of the death of Presldwi FaurowMol has been revived in con Taectlon ts ththe StelnheU affair re calls the tragic end which bas befallen tike nominal rulers of many countries In Just ono a century 22 rUler of chUllzed counurisB have been murdered It is very rarely j ithfet B poetic line cenveys a Olld tradi but notiitES truer was ever exI intsaes la a PHIl than that famous lyne of Shakespeares Uneasy lies the hood that wears a crown t f rhe sad ireeord esilalbllshed by Por tugal of having a feoyierignand Cwwi f rFrinoo murdPndftog ther 1s in In- r fetance of tore truth Pre in tho rotes jibraEw The aeease4rn Bon of iDrag1Ifeat parallel to the ilerrlble tragedy it Portugal Here the dreumatahces ar- somewhat ipecullar The young KJlng ifiiadie IhHmHelf unpopular 0 y inarrjln JMtaeMaschlnlilsiMotbetfs ladynwa- ng against he nwlahes of his 1I11- nJtfJOlS and his army ftncreeed hor- m r s attached Ito ithe deeditjhenjoni I OOnBMerdtJhn1I tint of Jwflra carried oub hive plot and aotualy murdered ithe King and Queen In il 4 lire tpaloce were until a short tine I JOOwnotWnlY paid 60000 for tihe deed 5 It was only nhreo years prevlou to the Servian tragedy thatl King Humbert of Italy was slain by Bn Anarchist while n1898 the Uautl iful Empress of Austria was murdered ltbouglh the cruel deed answered ot evenBhopufix3He of auAnarcjiii TCB passing IChfougli Genera order return from Wiesbaden when i she had ben for treatment of a jieart affection when she 1118 stabbet 1 Ith a stale to with pierced her heart IJI OftheBigfit Prteddents who Ililim been aaeaselnated three were Presl dents of America FlrdIICaimePresI dept Lincoln tten PnesMemt Garflfitdr and 20 years later Pre MfcKlnlej The murder of Preildenlt IdntoolF horrified the whose Aonerlcani eopk I because they were Just rejoicing that the great Civil War had rome to an J end Lincoln went to Fords Theatei r v in WaeMnEton and sat with Jhls tam Hjr in a cox watching the peronman of Our American Cousin when an actor named Booth who with cithers had prepared a plat to aaasslnate cer tain Oneida of the Govenunent entlerex the box and shot the Presidonjtlthirougi cthe brain He then stabbed Mbjor RathbonewLh a knife and crying out The South la avenged rushed acroi I the stage through the back door and escaped by riding oft on a horse whit kept waiting ton him Justice how t iwas waa done for 12 days later he was captured and shot President Canfield was sabot bY a disappointed office seeker while McKinley met bis deatib at the hands of an Anarchist at the Buffalo Ex position Four OSars of Russia bam bOOn as alnbiled the last being Alexander H- It 1881 Six Bttempbi wen made on this monarchs life before the fetal t end On One occasion he only escaped I through the barrel o5 the ossassint pis tol bunsUna whdch Im 1896 when the dingy nerrhall of the Winter Palaoo was wrecked by an explosion tram the cetera tilt Emperor owed this life to a broach of his usual punctuality t The company did not sit down to din 1ner at the usual hour and BO the was ineffective Hs deed 1 it will be remembered from injuries received when a bomb was hurled atI hem onLon is Of Korea in 1896 when a as I 11 aeblniB ass I ted by Korean roops raftered the palace and cut tthe Queen and two laths of tha court to pieces afterward burning the bodtea I Great Caaadiaa Glancierr- BlgJvt thouBftiid and four feet ot t V iC8hlghi the Yoto gee of Casa o da 91ace thelira dl over r otbt largest of Canadas glaolws it lure t j Hnalnd a grand arobway of toe 1 M Its lower exiremliy The spas of lOr tlAiarchli inolewi Ithan 860 feat pad- i iiis hrr4it Ss aluaeted of lOfetk vlttll trombeneeth the arch to Hrtlnage 4 fvi 1onofrthe n- bbti ok semis useastieJ pheaocveBon IV ward the ooee ct the summer it beeotu i = W k Ii eltlsg e- hole ucJUre aohapeseTbelcggrao- I t I to t fr I dually is broken up and finally re moves and tits fprnwtilon of a neW archway la cpmmenioedi t From the archway iseues the ToM RtverU 1fl palcukura isiQt an ava lanchB must hove occurred in 1850 or 1850 Since tihen the Tetrfat ofAiho glacier has beta at the average raV ot five or six fw a years From Augui 1901o August 190i it nits foundtha1 the retreat had been 111 feei or 37 teat a year Between August 1904 au August 1905 the gacler receded hut nine feet and is now thought to ibe chtebkedATtoui the nbrp tof the felaclerth rl is evidence of a bodily drsmptlont of the rock strata to Which the uern plucking Is aipplied Rock layer are ripped off where ube layers an thin bedded and pointed ankl the frog ments are pressed into ithe Ice t I assist in further work The Yoho glacier is an almost at not eatirfily liblatEd example of a girl tier as a great engine of erosIon Other glaciers move forward and or I engines of transportatio- nPERFUME USED IN STEAD OF LIQUOR Husband Drowned Sorrows in j Brimming Measurees i f of Cologne i J +Dont drink perfume you mlglit v get Jagged lOn sjit like George fcv i bornotofCb1cagoald and lose you- lawny rtOsbor three yearn ago when he could get WIhlsky to relative He became so addicted to the habit thai lie couldniti stop drinking the cologne Every time he took a drink he was possessed of a desire to valkorfhe more he drank the further he walked He becaime so intoxicated tha he decided he wou d walk to New Or leans He Btailtedi out on July 29 i907 and so far as Ms wife knows has walking yet for too never carne back Mrs Osborne has now appeatw before Judge Ball in the Supremi Court and ocirCa divorce She sal 1 her husband drank ail the perlumofihl- had in the house and when he couldn1 get more perfume at home he forced hen to glvKfhlnv money to purchase anew supply of the scented liquid The ayoiptoins which attended perfume Jag1 as deeorlbed by rela eves of Osbonw bin Interesting Here is tire etory of the downfall ol the perfume viohuiaotold On Christmas nay 1906 Osborn was out of whisky and money A bo tie of perfume which was said TO toa strong enough do curl n pair of oak tanned shoe soles sell into fcSs panda He drank a few spoonfuts of it 1m mediately he expressed a desire tc take III long walk Me ikfit taehous and ViTBB gone two days Other than taking brim wwayi from home the dobouch mused him ootrou We He left no remorse on the morn- Ing after iA few days Jajier he drank a full bottle of the same essence fllhat tta he lefie hOme and was gone for a month He couldnt remember Where he had been when he returned home By the time he acquitted ittoe third perfume jaw the tolblit bad So fix ed Itself upon him that he couUD not be satisfied without a bottle Of essence in hIS pock 2 from iwfhlchr tx take nips The last Il4meh19 wire saw him flrunk was July 29 1907 He arose early 4ri the morning took several co pious draughts of perfume and soon became Intoxicated Aumlng hiimeelf wHbb Oils walking Btek he stadceeout- d the hour Tien ho disappeared for gOldd r The Crime of Idleness Idler moans trouble for anyone Its the same with a lazy liver Itl apses conaUpation headache Jaun d1oe sallow complexloii pimples and tatches kw of appetite nausea but Dr Kings New Life Pills soon ban Ish Mver troubles and build up your health V26c at all druggists m Get Passes for Life Bowling Greenv Ky Fob 151110 ocg pimdtag Buitjof CeIE L Mb I tleyand wife against theL and N allroad for lifetime passes on the attroofl WUbrougbttb a close when Judge John M Gallqway render ed hda decWoo to favor ol the paln Uftsand directed lhai tihe lasses be l sued a0 foraneriy Many years vtoen Clog and JJJrB Meaner were lo ured fa railroad wreck a compro dee was effeoGed by wb4oh they were to receive free paaees over the rood- tot Bfe VThen Ithia Hepburn atebLJl law when Into effect tha railroaOKihen Defined to Leans pastes upon idle ground MULl It would ia vlotetton the low Coli aMtlay brought qit1- md won tens ease bleat was appeal t by tahmad6o thecount-Ma oourtraaraned xtee pees I fi Jlwige aileweytupc i Ee tgrouaida ital It Juriaddolign- rV v S vfx i fixt8 l1 S TAFTS 111IERJU lION NEARATHAN Seats Being Arranged all Along Pensylvania Aventi A Determiened Effort Will b t Made to Limit the CrowdI This Time Washington C Fob 23Thctc has been some agitation during t4le week wren reference Ioa cfiitunge in the canal typo from the lock eysteti adopted some four years ago to tle sea level plan oa was proposed by rt majority of ito dlstlngulElnW eng uters once tent there Informal Q1e ante and speeches by the Pmldtint elect and InifoTmtutlon from lie dU tingulshed civil 1CI11g1n ers would roan to Indicate however that Uiiej lock system Is sllll In high favor Oolouel God ibis Is sow Ju the ctey amdwll appear before dhe House and EenoiC CammllleeSOI1I IntereoceMiic canal ands these spill doubtless receive mud first baud infownaMon from Win Prepara Iocs for the Inauguioltto now less than two weeks distance ar goolng on Every premuUon Is be- Ing taken co Invent rPd4ngoft- he Capitol No person wlil be ad mined to the floor or to the Inau gural platform without a card sigma by the comomlctee on arrangement oxcepb tAiay be rainbere of the Senati and elective officers mom 001 9 of the House of Representatives and dec tlve officers exvice preuidcniis jus does of the Supreme Count and of fleers the Admiral of the Navy atld his aid Cards of remission to tilL floor and tickets of admission to tin extent of two each have bean given to senators for their riend3 fTha Is a smaller number than has bOOn given otar on previous occasions Pennsylvania Avenue has begun to assume quite a basebail like allllClr unce Seats or bjeachers have bee erectroal open spaces along Ihe Avenue where thousands of popli may secure seats at prices varying from fifty cents to two dollars Much will depend on the weather which of course is always a doubt ful element on the fourth of iMUrch As the present administration draw to a cose tees legislative bodq fend Itself embarrassed whir a number of problems itihat in all probability cannot be solved at this Besdou fine President has vetoed too Census bIB which contained tile objectionable pro vision authorizing the appointment of census employees by members of COn- gress Instead of Uirougdi compeUIv examination under tote Civil Senvlo rules tIe Presidents attitude tower this quedloni and to ward ofjher pend Ing measures may result in the fail ure of a number of important bill In the present Congress t Is though by the leaders of the House that the Sundry Civil Dill which contains al propriaitlons for the maintenance of the Secret service and possibly one or two other supply bills and tam Census bill wlU fail of passage Ws session In such case they must be called In Match The dotenminatioo to defter action on rut least ono appro prlatlon bill and to lay over theOen sus Bill wiy of course open Alho way for mudh goneroil legislation and tfhl suggests that many measures other than that relating to h9 tariff wil come up for consideration1 and prob ably be passed at the special session A commlbtee on the Census met yea terday to consider Hhe PPwHeldents ve toed measure No formal action was taken but discussion in committee Indicated that tt would be unwia at this tote day to try o pose th Census Bill over the Presidents veto Over in Butler nausea Helen and Tthurlow Wand entertained with Bridge at then home on Ohio street last fTJiursdai evenlngi It proved to be one of the moBt brilliant affairs of the season At 1230 a very delightful ithreoicourf lunch was senjcd Their guests in eluded Mrs Frank James Jfiont gomery Aa atteses Donnie Howarc Cora Guffy Anna Peearlo Phelps Nel Johnson ears VK NIctola Wood burn Icy Redford Turpln Bowllnt Green A G Moore LtoulsviJie A H Tuck Rolllo E Keown Harry Butler Somerset Mr V K Nickote and Mles Nell Johnson winning first and second pri see oP1aIy Forsythe the seventeenyear old son of O Ftorsytho a prominent merchant and tanner of tilde place was at the Wharf way ing ifor the Str Bven8vilie a few nights ago when a crowd of young men made up a dollar for Clay to gq 4nt the river He quickly remoyed his clothing and leaped Hire a frog from the ferryboat and when ivo came out said he would go lm agate far another dollar rrha residence property of Dr T J Dee In the poulhera part of tovrivcaugW oil fire about 11J30 6cloiok rwesdey nllJi1t and burned ito beg1bundlDr i i t Jrr Leg and wife are Iri Florida and t1e lionio was occupied by his roneBbb find Charlie and fainlJes The oolgtn of the fire is unknibiwn The losj Is eelnmtcd at about 850 inpur ante about 60Q Scarcely any of tbe contents were saved as the filmcs were not discovered until the fire was tilling down 4ntb til room tlv trig tie occupants barely time to escap with their lives N W Gore had oLarge of tine fIre department and saved adjoining lrop brya from dettruoalon Irivl atlons have been IYM to mar relatives and filends ait tels pla announcing the marriage of visa Dlxll Moore to Dr J H Mullln on lol1dllY momiiig the 22nd of this morJ h alt the Cuurch of the Blessed Sacrame at Lawton Oklahoma iMlfs Dixie was a former iljorga town be ile well krown and popular and we all Join in congraitulatlng Dr MuJHu upon winning so valuable a prize We undWrKand that the groom Is a prominent and wealthy phijslclan of Lawton The young ladles of town have or ganlzed a Uerary society caked the Young Womens Association It meet the 2nd and 4th Tuealay The object of the society Is tiLe study or llteraiuie nuthore etc Moinbcr Misses Cora Guffy Edna Smlty JES- sie and Mae Helm Beulah Moore Bonnie Howard Mamlo Wand DCulalJ Kuykendall and Oonlnne Moraiea Subject at next meertlne will be Hav thorne Green River Republican HowS This We offer One Hundred Dollais Rc word for any case of Catnmlrthal cannot be cured by Halls Oafnrrl1 Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have knowIl F J Cheney for tie last 15 year and believe him perfectly1 honorab wall business tronsaoUons and finan dally able to carry out any obllgs tlons made by his firm WALDINI RINNAN MARVIN Who al Druggists Toledo O Halia Catarrh Curo is token In ternally acting directly upon the bloot anti mucous surface of tire sys1ij Testimonials sent free Price TGcpi botole Sold by all Druggists Take Hailti Family Pills for cons patI1on m JAILS EMPTIED IN KENTUCKY Jailers Unable to Make a Livin as Result of Falling Off In Crime 1 Danville1 Ky Feb 23lf the stud of letters dally received by W S FItzgerald of this city president 01 the Jailers association of Keniuck are to be token at their trice vale the wolf is lingering aniond lie do ot many a prison and many am tJh vacant ceMs In the couni y bas tk Accordlnfe to statistics complied b President FDzgerold 25 per centum 0 the Jails of the state are without I single prisoner and 50 per cecitum 0 tho Jailers are forced to engage It outside occupations as a menus ofdlv llhood while less than 25 per tttafcu are malnkg a oomfartoble living ou of the Jails exclusively In year past the position of jane was one of tine best paying politic Jobs In Kentucky toot of sheriff alor exceeding it in extent or remuncn Lion President Fitzgerald who is jail of thIs county U in a position Itl sympathize with his colleagues in or flee for his Jail too is empty excapt ing three celta occupied by men he for murdercommitted while they wet under the Influence of liquor Trine jailers of Konlucky depen upon money received from board n prisoners for a living The per dlei is 50 cents At trio present lmot3ie are forced to depend entirely upo that Income couped with an inalj ulflcant fee for accepting and releot I Ing prisoners and without vlolatoi that measly fee oamicit be secured The last legislature realizing th downfall of the Jailers adopted a Iav catch has not yet become effeotlvi authorizing the respective fiscal court of the state to pay tbeno officers fc noting aa custodians of the court houses but tat Increase in earning will be small The wails are coming from thos counties affected by the recent rom peranceiwave Without liquor In th ammun4your offices am worthless the taIl hoWl Make a note now to Sot Elys Creoa tan it you are troubled with nooj aatrrh hay fever or cold in ti hend Is purifying and cooling to th enlstlveVmembrance that dines th lrpasea 4ItIs made to ovfircam tho disease nqt to fool the patient b hsore deoeptlvro relief There is n ocalne vor mercury In It Do not b4 talked aklnga substitute for Ely ream pilmi All druggists soil It srIco 5ib lled by Ely Bro 6- iVarrenstrSet New York r 4t I14 riA X THE KENTUCKY H Light and Power Co INCORPORATED WIhh WIRE YOUR HOUSE BT COST i ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN i HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOMEiOR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD ti BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN t REACH iE G BARRASS Manager t It iq 1 + pt 4 + 4t+ + + + + + + IM 4 + ht +fl + P+ Ffi hIiFWFF A Reliable Remedy firs CATARRHN gN W- s Elys Cream Balm it quickly absorbed H rahealsthe diseased mem brane resulting from Catarrh and drlvt away aCold in the Hood quickly Restore tho Senses of Taste and Smell Full Blze I LiqulCreamEly Brothers 50 Warren Street New York THE HORSE WILL- CERTAINLY SURVIVF He Will not be Extingnshed by the Automobile and Other Motor Machines It is frequently assumed that the horse Js doomed Some think auto mobiles will supplant him Other thru racing restrictions will deal him a deadly blow Others 4hut men are losing intertst In the species In the charm of more rapid means of lo como lion But the chances are that wlhe automobiles are much more generally used when teeing Is again in fa vor line horse will atlJl be occupy lug th upromJnenit place that ho 110W has in the census reports and that t shows will rife front time Ito time to i do honor to the finer breeds Just as the railroad and the horse tho street cars and the horse hal loon and the horse have managed r though all are means of transporta tion to coexist with common Increase so will the automobile and Ul hors dwell together In peace and amity f each In a peculiar sphere 1 r At preent in the flush of admiral tion for a great invention tine pecu liar virtues of Its supposed rival argil obscured Later when people stop tot l to think about tt they will realize that no machine can supply the plea ure that comes from tile sense of a halfhuman companionship with the noble servitor whose ear pricks ibacl to catch ones word and whose marvelous and willing strength quivers r beneath one like a part of ones own bodyThe horse will always have then great er human Interest suppose thcj Rid er from Ghent to Alx had been taker on a train in a street car in at automobile would it have been hal II so thrilling Could any triumph Or mechanism have afforded the deep sat l Isfactloni hilt in in the struggle ol that glorious creature toward the goal l We think not When aJl is said It Is flesh nni blood that chiefly move men A horses race pleases noj only because the horse go fast but because they are IniSeMI e gent animals la whose struggle U v excel we see somtfhlug humanly udml t able Their efforts are those of eon s fccloua Ute and thus kin to our Own r A fine horse Is in a way a person adty and It has nil the charm tof a 8 magnificent and mysterious indlvidua As long as the boric conillnuea Itc supplement his unquestionable uMUtj with such additional charms we need a have notfear of the species The horses days will be as long in th land as they deserve to be Antt ttwv Is very long indeed Chicago Inter Ocean Seared With a Hot Iron or Boaldod by overturned ketLocu e with a knife bruised by Blammr r door Injured by gun or In any otih- iwayHtbo thing needed ait onco1 Bucblens Arnica Salvo to subdue in- flammntlons and kill the pain Itj I earths supreme healer infaftahla fo Foyer Sores Bczem 31noitsU1oers at all druggists m Cf r- er REAL ESTATE FOR SALE We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and half miles from Sunnydale direct ly on the M H E R R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water A four room house In Ifcmtfonl lo cated on the Pike Jfz acre lot splendid well of soft waiter plen ty of fruit for small family This is a desirable piece of property 75 acres at Davidson Station on the Owensboro branch of the I C R R 60 acres fine bottom land will grow 54 or 80 bushelo corn to acre 15 acres of rolling land very fertile Two fine Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek Dwelling story and half eight rooms new located South side Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable A 40 nero tract of bottom land ono mile from Dundee All cleared except about 10 acres and under fence Will grow from fifty to sixty bushels of corn per acre Four room cottage house and one hat acre lot in Fordsville opposite col logo Terms easy CO acre tract of hill land one milo from Beech Valley schoolhouse on Hartford and Hawnille road All cleared except about 20 acres two dwellings barn and other out build ings A good four foot vein of coal which is now in oppcrotion House and lot at the corner of Clay and Washington streets now owned by E Crabtree This Is ono of the finest locations In Hartford and the property is in good repair House contains nine rooms and there Is a never failing sprig of soft water on the lot liMe property can be pur chased at a very reasonable figure Apply at once as it will not bo on the market long 12 acres on the Beaver Dam and Cromwell public road 112 mile from Beaver Dam in good state of cultiva tion good young orchard grapes straw berries raspberies good 4 room cot tage with varanda good small framo barn other outbuildings consisting of meat house hen house coal house good well Located in good neighborhood 27 acres good farm land on Prontla public road adjacent to Robert Plum mer good old and young orchard good four room dwelling and good out buildings Two good wells Located in good neighborhood close to school 182 acres of upland known as the Perry Kirk farm local d near Clear Run Sore 100 acres in splendid stato of cultivation 82 acres timbered in splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out buildings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADE Dwelling and store house one acre of tot good out buildings at small mining town In Ohio county one tulle from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition in buinesss For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty of water 40 acres in Umber balance in good state of cultivation 13 acres farm sand good house and barn orchard two webs of good wat er at Mnjgon Ky We dont own itho property we are only agents for the owners end our purpose Is to bring together tho buyer and seller For this scrvico we charge ono small commission No I charge if no sale Is effected LIst your property with ue or if you wont to buy a farm house or lot mako your wants known OHIO COUNTY REA HARTFORD KYvJ t r I M T r g I OmtJimoit fulpropertiev ALita- active OXflrx ruWUCI- JPsoldterPzrr Jtiaeconomy to use Royal Baking Powder It saves labor health and money Where the best food is requiredno other baking powder or leavening agent can take the place or do the work of Royal Baking Powder CRACK IN FAMEDLIBERTY BELL Every Movement of the Historic Relic Has Increased the Fissure Officials Silent Philadelphia PennFebruary 23Ist- he Leberty Boll most famous of all historic relies doomed to split In halves Will the trip which is flan nod for it to tho far Northwest prow to be its final undertaking These are queautons which are l- Ing seriously naked by those whose lives are closely associated with the bell and its history They polntf to many Pacts in discussing trite pro babllltles which boar out their as eertlon that the boll should be hand ledl most carefully If it is to be pre servedSince the time of ltst ringing the original omck in t e bell has grown 17 Inches in length flee now crack extends from a point midway between the rim tiM the crown to a point near the center of the crown The claim is made that this new crack has grown a Utile each time track has grown a llttlo each time the bell made a trip The officials who have charge of the bell either do not know what caus ed itie crackor they will not say They Intimate broadly thht it was caused by the Jarring it received on Its various trips but will not mike the diatoment in thier official capa city Superintendent McCormack of indepndee Hall and Curator Jordan were asked as to what caused the crack in the bell but beyond say fug that there was no record on the subject they would not discuss tho matter In the meantime tho dato is npproac ing when Congress will be calkd upon to gram permission for the removal of the boll to the grunt Seattle Expo Blilon which opens on June 1 It would be a long Grip for the bell but officials Interested in the matter say that there Is no danger connected with its removal and that It will be handled so carefully toot there will be no danger of the crack extending further A S of E Centertown Local No 598 mot Friday night February 19 1909 at Central Grove schoolhouso with a goodly cumber of Its members present received three now members at this mooting The now tobacco pledge was signed by all members present By order of local the pledge will be found on secretarys desk ftt each re gular mewing which is on Friday night before the first and third Sun day in each inouth We urge a1 grow ers of the weed in our territory to come pay your dues If you have not already done so and sign pledge be foro It is called In as we do not ex pout to make a house to house can vasa this timc- lfembers conic iviy your dues dont wait for a coramTiteoi TO come oyou you owo this much to your aIgUbor to your family and self WELL wo cant Uo tho case justice rush i ALNBV TIOHENOR Com AETNAVILLE 7E- eb 23rMr J 11 Loyd wnto Beaver Dam Saturday Mrs Dawson of Tar Springs visit ed jier daughter Mrs Chas Dickons ln4 week Mrs Robert Duncan aiitchlltlreu ofTLuierne arc tho gueas oft relaI tit s attnis place ff ilrf bharjey Bowmans baby lilfon the sick list o Dir R A Tanner wonto WuiloS Mlle Sunday A Air E II Morgan went folinrtford I Friday Mr and Dls Ilno Lgona and dauguer Ron Dfaf vlsiva ntMr r Rbor Loyd s ai 1da0 tMrs OJcoro Bwman ad- CP BonEv ij i L ill f i A i i GRAPE health give ingredient wilt went to Fprdsvlllo JIonday Mr W J Kddlngon of Owensboro is the guest of luis parents Mr and Mrs Rube Eddlngton literalS James Diveus and Jacob Nevton went to Owensboro Saturday A11B8 Ruth Loyd visited JSlss Nora Magaa Sunday Mr James Bowman 1m sold bis share of toe Dlvens Bowman Goal Co to Messrs James and Charlie Dlvens Toe above coal company will be known as the Dlvens Goal Co Mr Wilbur PhiKlpg went to Owens boro Thursday NoticePersons desiring Italian honey bees CAn by furnishing gums fto GIW Bun ger and T J Smith bare same hiv ed for them at the low price of 150 l r hive Apply early to BUNQER SMITH 3U4 Hartford Ky WYSOX Mr George Crunk and Miss Maytnee Taylor were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Jim Wilsons Saturday night and Sun day Mlsa Maggio Williams Hopewell is visiting her cousin Miss Pearl Daven port at this writing Mr and Mrs John Knlglift and children visited Mr and Mrs Shelby Nelson Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Snelby Nelson Mies Pearl Davenport and Mr Dick Green all wont to Rochester Thursday Mr Cyrus Williams went to Hartfo J Friday Mrs Eva Cates and oaildren return ed home Monday ufer a tyro weeks visit with friends and relatives tilt Semlway and Livermore Mrs Mary Jlaggedy is on the sick list tills Pearl Davenport and Miss Mufegie Williams visited Mrs Minnie Davenport from Mionday until Wednesday Dir Archie Miller has begun work for Mr R Y Davneport Mr W P Bennett got los of grinding at Wysox rjj Born to the wife of Mr Cllf B3agger ly on the 19 a boy I People are not doing much on ac count of the rainy awe rher Olrs Miag Simltz visited her daugh ter Mrs BOnnie Hans ifrom Wednesday until Sunday Lawyer Wilson Hartford was at Wysox Thursday Mr Leonard Davnport went to Hartford Wednesday Mrs Emma Green and lira Kato Nelson spent iMonday evenlpg with lira Eva Cacs Master Everett Green spent Monday njght at Mr Shelby Nelsons Fell From Scaffold and Injured His Back Thirty years ago James C Lee of 1100 ath St S E Washington DC fell from a scaffold and SerIously In jured his back In telling about 1t h- esaysMy suffering was terrible fioni the small of back nil around my stomach was Just as If 1 had liCBn learnt with a club 1 tried all klndsof plasters belladonna capclne and porous without getting relief and bOught socalled electric belts but none of them did me any good One day while Working near my daughters house my bock pained me BO badly itlat r toad to quit I went Into the house and lay down for ease My daughter toad a boltle of Sloans raiment 4n the house and she rub bed my back well with It and gave ins some to take home I used six and a half bottos at Sloans 2Cc Linimentant can do tis much work now as anjinau Ip the hop although I am filxty feev en 1 ltotd I would no be Trffiiirtjt Slams Liniment for any conslderAUon and recommend It fco tmyono suffering V pain Card of Thanks We hereby express Our thanks to he many persons who showed us such cindnees during the dllness d deatfii- f our wife and mother Never have oJ own a people of anorok4gdAae- and iymptithy and we BhalievoKfibW theta gfcafful nwimbrance f f T J Anton and daughter W1 f 1 l IIIfIIIJfIt L SALEM r Feb 21h Sunday thMJ atthili ptacok p lng mealy i1 tjjeBlnr g schoolcloih44 fFtiuu- Bro dAoJ v1shay who 111W bees ehlng here some time died thd l7ii lusrcti or consumption andpneumotrMr Fred rem agoAfriends aro left to mourn aklosa rIlrC V Christian andlto were thee guests of their daughter Mrs Norman Camp Thursday t- Em O H Lawrence filtetfhis ap pointment at Cane Run fcCf ch Saturday and Sunday QPf Mr Rufus Boyd wasj ffiepuest of his daughter Bin J W CwnpJikra day night and Tuesday V- ifr W A Plorc9tvaerohoguest of Mir X W Ral y Sunday 11 V Mrs 31 DanTef and1 Son Charlie were he gusto of Slier slater Mrs Janies aogner jPrlday fi Sir C E Raiey is crebtlKg a nice two story building to hitf residence Sir Jajhes Hughes is afeo erecting a neiwTrealdence on MB fawn aJr Nancy ircCaset of hdar Crom weil is the guest of iier daughter Mrs N A Daniel Fram Anther Correspondent Feb 23Rey ii H Lawrence filled his regular appointment at CSaen Run Saturday and SUnday v t I air J W Dougherty visited Mr and Mrs J O Wilson Mbnday might Mr Lewis Martin wife and daugh cer are visiting his sister APrs Ola 5V41sonAJtev J T OasBbler will begin a safes of meeting at Fairvlow Wed needay night Feb 24 Mr Tom HInes and wife visited Mr and Mrs j R Wilson Sunday Mr I N Ford and brother are moving their Saw snub ii White Oak school house Aunb P A Miller idled at her home near Horse Branch on the 21 and was burled at the family harrying ground She died 4n the triusipth of a living faith she was 75 years G months and 4 days od Shd iwnsma rled to Mr D L lime in 1857 her husband and two children Phi Alice Davis and Mr Henry Milter Burvlvos her Aunt Jane Ford is very sick at tibia writing r In Memory of Carrie Miller Carsoni Alas our days are as a shadow Another life has gong another voice is hushed and stilt But hong peeps behind the darkest cloud aftd sa8 She is not dead sM only sleeve How sweet must be tier eleffll No more sorrow nor pain All is pgrfeot peace Bright mtesepgers pgtgber pure spirit unto Him who baapro mised tow lep all tears away Buck from the mystic shore we seem to hear her voice In gentle tone as of old The mind ie carried iachto days schooldays so pleasantly spent with Carrie None knew her but to love her God doeth alltln hgs well but His ways all times seem dark some day well un demand May the great physician bind the broken hearts of the bereav ed ones and sustain them in1 this sad ordeal Tho sorrows deep may vela tJi sUn Tie Gods way His will ibo done- A M F Notice All persons huvingclaifue ttSfnSt the estate of L 0 Taylof1 deitel are notified to present same to Bar nos Anderson Attys artforlilKy on or before April 1 1909 or they will be forever barred This Feb 16 1309- IJEONARD DAVENPORT Admr 323 Tloohestef Ky CERALVO i Feb 2ttMrxPlriis ChanceTilor and family Bevlervslcd ills rath rMr William Chance1dtlast week A revival mooting of contsderalblo byiteYTie cnurch tFnd community arebeing greailyTevlvea and much good H 1re ingpdoner 41uglllerti Ing here tills VteekT Pao visitednYsson Saturday and ihSJ1ijffJI Mr Owen r9w1io has hoen dap 4r11eattJ HOPEWELL Vi Feb 23Mr Ltevl O Coleman Who Is attending college at Ia tfvrdldilt ed ihia parents Mr and Mrs P S Coleman Selunleyand Sunday hike Maggie AViillams is spending a few days at vVyebx with her coue4n MM Pearl Davenport aQB8 Ethel Brown PanidBe WIII Bii ter Bchodt at Bowling Groeri TCyXaext week f Afro Sarah Hunley who hes Iweu- sick fort year is st1sprovi- difnplaiy a C Mr and Jfrs J J RuseeIj ant BundayIwiiK l1 and hunt K II Y t1 lT 11 to- J situDtM polb Oeingea trht aer 1 tot Deevllu 1 t btiter oa- 1Mr4lsei1 Hun and Jaoc C 4stMa- ar ge1ag tJ ll1yWgd7=day MsetnrJames tR ok svsi414g la th1sYiolnltyr y- Daleslfabe t tJ Kuasell aped 3tvni- ght with M Jewel Wlilianis SMALLHOUS Feb 243Cr C O Hunter of this plaoe4aad41st Dabble IyJordaugIt Mrs P BVTjiyior fart ronsK1re married at+ fitebrld 1 home Feb 17This popular young couple aidye the etlfh a of the community for tiielrrhtttrpltieet and BucceSis through life I ri Ereklhe Fkereon spent date Cat Hartford the guest of W4 i a d MhiP Bi Tayiofahd family llr1t Barriard Hartforcrrle In oiir midat this week conducting iihe bigwiil 6f BarnMand KltUnger t Hia Altha Addington has been om pained a8sales 1 la Blamerd knger store t W k- Mr Jplaa Benitotti ie oleo la the store as aieman during AheSflisales- iMeasra 0 W OverhuMa sad Sang Mortonwent to CSffilvo Ttoursday Mn Ben tJlibro of Oklahoma wasat Sraallhous yesterday onllchUdrenSclthMrrand Mrs Opple Klbtlnger Mr and Mrs R D Hunter of U Aca son of Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter of Smallhous have gone Ab Guontson Coo for their healthtMr Ira Cox and sister of ner Pren Us are the guests of their brother O C Cox and family Mrs Jennie Balls and daughter Miss Soprla Balls and master Otha Ealte were the gueste of tier son Mir RP Bolls at Centertown recently Mr Jim Withrow has recently bougld a nice mue consideration 140 EAT SAUSAGES AND NEW BREAD Or any Favorite Food With out Fear of Indigestion Distress from Dyspepsia or a Disordered Stomach Vanishes Five Minutes Later T I You can eat anything your stomach craves without fear of a case of Indi gestion or Dyspepsia or that your food will ferment or sour on your stomach If you will occasionally take a Mtilo Diapepsln after eating Your meals will taste good and anything you eat will be digested nothing can ferment or turn into held or pojeon or stomach gas which causes Belching Dizziness a soling of fullness alter eating Nausea Indigestion liks a lump of lead in tom aoh Billiousness Heartburn Vater brush Pain In stomach and Intestines or other symptoms Headaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where t ila efftc five remedy ia used DJapepedn realty does all the Tvork of a Ijealtijiy EOom aob It digests your meals when your atomooh cant Each triangule will digest al the food you can eat and leave nutfting to ferment pr sour Get a 4atgu 60cent coco of Papefl Diapfepeln from your druggist and start taking today and by torpor row you will actually brag about your healthy strong Bbpmaoh for you then can oat anything and want without tbe lightest discomfort ormisery and particle of lmr purity and Gas that is la your ptomj Qoh and intestines to going tq be carried away without the use of laxa tlyp or any other assistance actIUeotutfonsCooper local tJnion No 1706 In memory of VV i3Itogoiswhb departed this life Feb 14UJ4 1909j Whereas in obcdJUence to the demand oft our alwlsellpfoVidence one of bur wsYarodJSddand ithbueii Wr hoots are Bad dened at theaof our brolher and co4worker In Etfufty though ycr Wilt gVtefly aHf WfaHn our fiookl galhf r rhiga locals JaUKJs to day icahool ant be1Jvembroth r iyet wo can only submit aridj SYlis our Savior eaid iibfc bur wllji but thlno bo done 1J t j tot Resolved That in tie death oil our beloved brother out bolt hasBus tamed a n ayy lose of iBIinbsl iVor1 thy imembers 2nd Resolved THat these rcblu4 dons be given ipfloa the minute of out loom a Copy jfurniahed the family of our diepeApedi brot4 ler and a copy for each of bur county papem IsT1 L I r BTBVN8JI J r x Z LXW f k R a t to flc t r J- i i o About Spring Stylese It I jThat something called style Is a bugbear to most ntenathelrmfnd Is occupied with details of their own work and they are not up posed to be fully posted on whist to WeMl or what not to wear v Ji Its part of oufbulneee to know part of our Mrstnoss to apart f that knowledge to you when you come to buy WIleD you come ta flout be afraid to ask our advice regarding correct ute In gar bhatsVbat we are here forwe know how to Ureas you properly and you may depend upon bur judgment Spring stalesylare now ready f CARSON CO r IraobrporntiedI I Hartford Kentuckyr11 N 1 1J i r s r THEATRE Ii TALK NO 2 r f It pays to wait after all for the good comes in time even in the f youhave itbeI1IReal Romantic MATle TRIUMPHS OF TREAT i Drama RICALHISTORYbothartistically d financially lit had phejnomenal success tiirpifehbut entire world and will live in tie annals of the stage as one Of the est examples of dramatic literature HOWEVER IghIPLAY AN INTELLIGENT CAST an artistic and 1thei J r f lII TheyIllany day try anytin aew ullthey put thelrverdict promptly ands l WUWy r tjTHAT jl GOMI3 POPULAR IS Goon 4QD THINOCAN DE Theverdict 0fth I Ii COME P Ut NOT IiGOOD Ttai cover make I aietake Newspaper advertiswadvertfe4MERITDOE H 7 tWiTijAUtI1i DIfpOIiD PJl41 y L I r J 1AS t t Y r h e Lj I 1 t v1f 4 t 4 I tI II xI r if t