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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i yrYrJS 1Mtxrtfitt I Jttrtublittnm- tI i r v EljbWorK DEVOTEE TO tilE INTERESTS OF ALLTHE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription J per YearllV Luxx HARTFORD UHIO COUNTY rlY FRIDAY MARCH 5 1909 Noi3 r INTEREST CENTERS 1 ON CROWE TRIAL Motion for Continuance I r 1Overru ed and Tria1Begun- 4t J J Dying Declaration of The Dec as t ed Produced as Evidence 1 For State c interest In Circuit Court iuoeaih watered 1n Ube tiIa1oteroWes Lige Roy and Murry r4he lfur der of Emtltse Wade The Caee lame called Wednesday morning and flea defendants who were indioe i johitt- yde a peTatetnairvu the Oommonwoakh electJd tb tray Lige Orowe l1r8t aud announced ready for triad In this case The de i tet4amt on aooauat of the absence of I wiatteesos announoedi not read and eand Anderson to rtopnbjs re prrtsomting him netlrie to re mneana- ftidetvtt for con 4n nce wtoh they dldSn about an obO11 Opemmtn toa of the IlUldavl Oommonweakh 1 rneyRlngo and County actor= neT Woodward agreed that the lfl davit might tie reed ea the depIz1on pf the absent wltn and tbeemp- aae1lng of a jury was et once be- gun3 The furry lox was rUled from tt hvi regular panel and after a brief examlnllltJon of the jurors touchIng qUBlUlcatiOIll attiQlneySJ representing the Oammomwea1Ur announced thatthe JIIlV W08 eatlefaotory Whereupon a ttovmoys representing IIJhre defendant after some ezunlnanldn of the jurors panelIwas a Umee and accepted by We Common weth but CIS OMn the attorneys tor moreju e5i0edof the following person wino re among boat citfaona of the county W H Boon It D Carter Alvis Carl ter J fo Johnson C R Ashby H D Smith J A King Andrew Ad dlnlgton A I Vencent W C Fulkex won Maywont DMnard and Payxon DougthettY If flue case for tho Commonwselthwas- t stated by CountyAttorney E DL Wood ward In a forceful and oloquentman- net le delineated the evensof tho- i tragedy ewitnesses for 4hel Common wealth were expooOOd Ito relata whom from tale witness stand- r f11ho tirat witness was M EmUissi- l Wade She stated that rife etas Ia 11 too 4obaooo field wlbh her husband when the Crow came up and wioJh lI U1llng fired upon him JjShe oOkedUIfrom her work and aw Emlllsa running away and Roy Crowe continued to tire t Charles Wade aIbrattier ofthod- coeaaedi stated that after the do irod had abandoned an rape of i rooovery told him the Crows caught hint witlwtit anything and ho Could i notp ndfretandwbY they hedbutoh- ess bIorqup Vat way J John Foreman who waa afi work Inn adjoining field tateddaut h- erI the deoeasedwithta two min utles ftortJlo shots worn firptl and t iho sank to his kuee from We- effOiol ate fatal shot and that r L1ge Crowe the defendant Ol 4I8I- lcfUe up she oasue put a revolver t InIfe pocket eatdtali gd dn you 4Dmtlieslilou i ad tlicM whayou eai- I11 yon would there would have beam oOJllng of thla to which Emlllas- eald1 Lord daavemeey G T Wade the father of otJ1Jede 1 easneaudaddedthatthet droJC8 came up and eaafdHhlo and a1 Inslanwythereaker Boy fired s Ia bofw he could nrako late etfcspel- ieeer shot atl tEapieces j bQm Pate ecoomparaied tto Crovves- t roan field in whlcit 4andFore roan we lllt mk i rowea honso torl- I the purpose of bortnwing an ax maid j as hey l1ohbam lawh4ch tIe roi 1iJt lnteu4ed slng hel tban i n andk4andrtobaOO sUcks wberetsDn Roy Cloven remarked il By bad SiseI 0 n null fern temBeive add cat have- k of trouhle wit t lqi i1iasWade and e Qwe Mla wtolI that we 1t al1lfu VithliiJ1i kIi I4e likewise aYyiWaEe tMillJ deilaaaUeasig alven Yr 7 JVgypt i + I if lW i 1 1 r wyI I r 11 tr- t1 yrau I by John FOremen and George n d- Oha 1t8 Wade This oloocAI dhe evl deuce tot the sato and rOO hour for- adjohrmen haNlng arrived the case waS continUatiUDI l yeetrrday IIOOrn lug When court yes rday morning Whtatmeysfor the defendant announced dhetrhey woukb waive for anal statement of deleudan s oase to thq Jury and defendant WaS plat oddon thi6 nd us the first wIWless He stated tha rn and tbo boys were going 0 work bytheir usual route and WadetwasHeVletoi wMoli ho outwMat home- but which was really oarrled bhatI morning by Roy Crowe the d d8ntsUsoo1Ywok It- slongtopreventIa be1n utolen from their hOme tnH adl forgotten It Itbait day Did not know Roy hadtime pistol until ili wl1ero Wade was Hrndnnth d gessgd- fiftee i or was about oposite Wade Roy study Emillss we one out of ties poles and cannaJrouee our tobaoeo pall We Sott some WJlM are you ggIn to do about It Whereupon Wee rand gd dnLou I w18 tier polo you trdruchi With his left Oland Inane hiss ovemll jacket and starxi alt Roy ae i Yafch time Roy shot Wade kept advancing and Roy Mrot four more ItImes then Wade turned and ron WtbPnh reached whcxte Wade ld fallen Le Bald EmHl8 Jt You had not dame as you bvethere tu have been nothing Or tJbls I might have hid gd dm you Eml1lss If you lad not done as you have tlhere would tare boon fouling of this Rdurray Orowe amoher of the defendants WI1B next called and corroborated the 8taemPntts of Ligo Crowe In practically every pnrtictlar H C Acton was then caned find toM or Roy Crowe surrendering to Continued ou Eighth Pag- eREPUOLICANS NAMED A STRONG TICKET For the County Offices Over in McLean County Last Saturday IDhe Republicans of lCLoan county me dn maSS oouvention ot Calhoun Saturday atlttYtnoon about 604 strong L nmutnwted a county Ucket com losed of popular men and dt wIil make n strong one W contest with the Denwcrats ntho general electlou next November The convention was- a harmonious one A tiire of the convention Was n speech by V P Statoler former sherltf of rcLoon county la which hedoolated he would no longer will iato with the mocr party In the future he would be allied with the Republican lxarty True foEowing Is tho ticket nominated County JUidIge G W MmnSR county clerk EMIJEuen ciroui county clerk Roscoe I Downs coun ty attorney W G Newton sheriff CM darkejailer Doc ThOpnpmgn assessor d L Dlvens ropresentbtive- In tM General Asmnbiy A TT Lee- assessor JL Btvens Represenotlvo- Ii pubiiJ Sal 1 I will on Saturday Maroh 13 1909 all my farm on Barne6ts Creek 0fez for 8a1ejro11niT fanning 1mp1 be nielsf1ng or P1ols vo sfpvvt- Macbdae g HayRAe HayPresa also two Mo1 and ode t r yaatL old Horse Terms made known on day of sale FELIX A SHAVDH- iazdtord Ky R F D No 3- Lloydlio ard IlIlrs EHIUIamd Lloyd and Mr J- B9ady Howard were umrried attJhe Dell hotel on Sunday afornoon M- 430by Rev L a D Warren lu the presence of a few friends Diias jIIa- b1Chamb 0tFOrdtIvlUe end Mr LP WIhLtlnghUl ot this dty ware tire atJtood8JIt il1IJebrlde formerly resided at Dean field btrt has tar eeverwl mOnth boon raiding with her tsthess Mr J Haynes tnihiS city She fa o hldtily es promInertmanyyearathe conducted jtho pfctpsl- hobei there TneoOtJpl wih make- tbefr home tFord to wh4oh- tarVJ they vv +Bnt mc JSonuaonywras perforined0wenebaro Mes 7 r J I l ir V JI 11 t z J t Ir- h t j = J r- a u SOMEHELPF0L AIDS TO CONTESTANTS 4V- Tho young 3adies In the plAnOoon est do not have to son people and ask them tovOte tor bheil as me ahlnk They Cro to solicit for the Republlrnlt You ntoEt a Qu woman boyar glll and you- oak him or hep o ieubscrtb9 tot he Rapubllean and you secure his or her cnam lake their moneyrand give a receipt and record 600 votes for yourselt In receipts sent you for every dollar sent In In each case you give he subscriber reeolht for the money paid you and you repOrt to 1iIe Ropubllaw office and wm over your ntobey n you nreentltled1t2 votesfor every dollar on mow subscrlpllvnandG 400 Ion subscription We give you the ballots you write your name on them ahd you cast them In i1 ballJt box and go on your way rejoicing and got more subscriptions and ooleot more back subscrip lon So you see It Is not a question of soliciting people to ute tOT yonfrut one or asking them to sub scribe for the Repubtlcan and you get tho votes sf OEMOCRATICLEGISLATORS j i To Prevent the Republicans of that State From PassIng Fair Election Law Hopklnsvhe ow lIn9tead oi returning to Nashville us they orlgl folly planned the sUnaway senators whose truancy breaks Do quorum In the Tennessee general assembly have sent for their trunks They propose to slay inHOpklnsvUle until she present legislative session Is oonolud ed unless they reCeIve assurance itthe Republicans will keep tbelr hands ort taut selection of election commissioners mle action of the ooaJltlonls U In going owith arrangcmrenst for n joint convention In the face of the governors veto and despite tho ub- senco of Iihe truants droldedl them In this course Already they say they have received overtUre6 looking to i comgno mise but Ithey are wary of any prop ostlons Just at present Aaslstan- tSergeantatarms O H Yeanrwn arrived In the city ttody and has faith fully shadowed the flllbullterers LtJs raid he hAs Instructions to get 1dn the train with totem when thoy start for Nashville and place tlixmt tinder rarest- when the state llno Is crossed Representntlves Cordon of Ohat tanooga and Purycaar td Galtatin and W D Scruggs private secretary or Governor Pttereon held conference wLh tho senator to dayand Dtatmlgh t They were long closeted with the Hon Austin Peyar the governors po lltical manager Th filibusferershavo Issued aetnto moot saying the cola purpose or their flighi Is to prevent the Republicans from electing rho 9tto Board of Election Commissioners which Is provided In we joint resolution vebed by Coy Patterson but which the coaUdonlsts propose to pass over his IJ1Ote8t They do not question the rights of- he iegtawvre toveloot tw state trcaas- tmer controller and stato eiecUon board iPheir absence from Tetrnessae they say Is a 1sl1eDlt but potent protest against the prosJtuilonof thO lowers oftJ1oi general assembly for pllJitlsan political purposes I Ne l= Forman One of too prettlesb marriages of tho was hato DiIaE3v a Fbr eau daugls er ot Mr amdtlails Frank Forman and Mr OhaTie Neat which was soleanmizcd ateIltdt hiaptls- tchurch Narrows K Sunday ovenln- gJeb21 It 730 oolock Thcf core mony was said by tile brides pastor Rev P E Herndon of Ruseollvllle- Ifho church was espeeiaily Ol11rcd for the oocaston 1nceore of groea and white The altar was banked with eergre nit being masscd with feras The brIde had for Iron muM oflu mr or Idles Mpuiile arter Who WI her only sLtendomt Tie best man vru- s1r Herbert Graham an uncle of the brldo Pile beet anon and the maid of honor entowd the center isle pro ceding the bride Who entered upon U1Je arm bf the groom lfhe wedding- music Wasp yooiy l1iss Lake HineS SIt whet organ qhe musIc was continued throughout aoenenvony and was very ibeuUlu1 llhebrtM Wore a wedding non4unbUIheUntrfnaaed In lane wlth Gorge lace oallsr toad baida- lYellrp snk3h iBd cM ted alieautt fat bouquetrb1brld rpseer iNie aid t honors gown t white tlan- i le IJ fool k + l h rj Jjf I cloth and she wore A largo white rosrrte la her bate Afor thin care mony the bridal panty re arnedI to the home of the bride many eotrgtu- tulationa were accepted by the happy coupler Feb 22 no dlnnor was given nt the lriides gnind1pa borne and Was klgltly enjoyed by n4 present OIr and Mrs TIlle Neal will lroIIlIin with lire brld a paroJtt torSame week then will visit roatives In Dowling lttoen CUOHlE One Year in Pen for Ex Treasurer Walter Day Jackson Ky Feb 27 Walter R- l former state treasurer or Kentucky during the Taylor regime Was today given a pent entiary sentence BrexthIfiacharge of forginG the name of his uncle Floyd Day to a 4000 note The trial began yesterday before Special Judlge James S Morrls of Lagrange ipFOR THE ROSY READER 4In n loiter to President RoosevElt who appointed him collector of the port of Oluerlesion S C six years- ago Dr W D Crum has resigned his posltlonto lake effect Match 4 In a decision rendered Iby tile Unit ed StaKes Circuit OoUl1D or Appeols In Cincinnati the unIon men win In time case otslre Typographical or Almorloa- agalllSt the Iuierntional Printing Prommens Union A 60000 monumenC In memory or President James A Garfield Is pro posod In a bin introduced Monday by- Ropresentatlye Lengley or Kentucky The measure provides that Who monument shun be erected loll or near the rlddle Creek battleflold In Floyd county Kentucky TheF1cal Court or Ohrlstianl county oh1a resisted the request of the OouDJty School Board or that OOUuy to Impose the tax levy for schools urn del the nl law passed by the lust Legislature The School Board has brought suit which will eventually go to curt or Appeals Tho out come wlll be watched with luturost sill over the State Dy a v oootG to 23 the Indiana Sonata Tuesday killed 1ho Proctor Tomlinson bill for the repeal of the county option law bY strlking out the ciause The deatJtoftho bl sounds a vletory for tumpenmoeadvo eaten The fight on ha measure hen engagedtheIndiauaLegislaturq durln Its entIre session The House passed the new Sunday baseball bUt after n heated ntbksl debate ParkYoung mhe1Xioarnage of Miss AdaJ1 B Park and Mr William Hewitt Young Was quietly solemnized Tuesday evening in the parlorot the Wi111ar hoWl In Loulsvllo Rev J Beauchamp pas tor ofIIhe First Mnthodlst ohIureh per rormed the oyrcmwny Mme Young Is the daughter of Milton Park or lc- Honry his county and Is one Of the couabys inset popular young ladles She dtas boon omployed- us tmaneget tor the nlllinory dopa1 or David Imlrd and son ot Louisville for the past three years Mr Young Is one of Ovganaboroa popular IIIIId most Demising young bttBlnesa non tLtter a ehoitwbridal tour In the oust they will mak athelr home with the groom p nenfir and MrsJ n Young i i 1 tiI f F 1 Ir SUCCESSFUL FARM ERS INSTITUTE Designing Persons Raise false Cry of Politics Program Full of Interesting and Instructive Subjects Carried Out The fourth Annual meolug of the Sato Farmers lnstlute was held Qt lzabothWJl last Wednesday Thure day and FrIday It mus well attended by farmers rom nl over the Staue and would have been very much better attendEd hind it not thorn for the high waters wnich preCnod too running of trains on u number Or railroads Just at the time the institute thegau The program eras well arranged and In such a way ns to provide for the discussion or al the sclonatiflc problems can meted wihh ogrlcuituN by men nosed for their learning In abe various lines Suggested by their subjocts The people of EJl1mbaWltown threw open their homes for the reception and en tertnlnment or delegates durIng their stay In their boaullu lithe ely and on Thursday evening a delightful ell tosUtinnent wee given the visitors nt too opera house by local talent In the way of musical selocUons and recitations Everyone present ems delighted wish the way In winichtho entcrtaln- meut was conducted The instituewns called to order Wednesday mornlDlg by State PresldenJt H lf Froman or Gent Ky The welcome addles was delivered by H A Summers of ElIza bctJ1oown News In a plooslng and sensible talk The uxsponso on behalf of dolegatos was anndo by President FromanA tdeal oi exoggetntton has boon resorted to especially In the Courier JotsusIa nd Times Or Lou Isvlle crltfclslng the Institute on the charge of Indulging In politics and the effort has boon made to s1t9w that the Republicans Introduced poli- itlcs Into Mire Institute this Is abso luttely false A resolution lilt Cdies be ginning of the session was Introduced Providing for selootlon or the various comml W9 by the bodywong time same lines which hind been taken by Sen ator Newman a Democrat Jasb year taking the nplolnhment of the committees OUt of the hands or tho State President It was tlben tiuud Senator Newman and ho alone raised a cry of pollaiesohatging that It was done In the Interest of the Republican candidates tOIn1ember6 of IIle Stator Ban or Agriculture Senator Newman Offered n substitute for the resolution which won defeated by n vote or two to one and Ihe original resolution was adopted Pluvldlng1Jlo various corn mlttees for the institute These com mitoescontained Dernocrtts as well as Republican members and each one or them made U unanimous report back to the body Time Credentials Committee settling every oontesu In an amicable manner and the commit tee on orgunlzat lon report mominatcd- pnesidnet Froman n Democrat for an other tent and hisoieetlcn was sup ported by every Republican member oftlhe Institute When Senator New man and other Don1OC1Uts found that they could not ron the institute they pItieJUt1ted tO break 10 up by Introducing 11lBt11tUtie It will be remembered thatwhen the State Board of Agriculture was dips appointed all seven of the members were Democrats and thuro was no change In the political composition of tho IJooIrd until this iyear when tWO Republicans were eetwted ono In the Second and ono In Ute SeventhlAJpe late Court District It Is also charged that the pro gram was packed v1h Ropublloans when In fact out of about thirty ad- dressesfeatured in thto program Joss than a lmlt dozen were icy Roe publlonns All or the talk about fur mere loovlng the convention In disgust Is bosh Those woo rem ned until the close know that thIs Is Untrue and that some Of tho very best addresses herd during the institute were dellvered on the kset day and on tho nltemoon of the last day and were lIstonodto with keen intbrest by hun drods of farmers it Is true iUu1I it number of Democratic politicians left in SgUst8ImpJY because they could 1 v nos sun the Institute as they always hind done und falling to run It worn de erntlncd to break It upln any man nee they ooull We hope lb Is not a crIme toO elect or nobempt to elect a Republican member of the Board of Agriculture even In the State of Kentucky Especially as It will one give them three out of coven composing the Board 1Vebellevedtatinstutd or being akin dranoo tb the board that it will be a great advantage over the old any It- atomptng to appeal to all the people through a board made up or members from only one party- BARRETTS FERRY March 3tr Less Shroader has sold his property and will goo to New Bedford Mass to make his home Mr James Wedding was railed to the bed9ld9 of Ifs father nel1 Sul pher Springs Sunday Misses GraeeandMargaret Renfrow or XarlOws werotlle guests or their lithe friend LIllie James Monday Misses Aoo Maud Shrewder and Gamma Wedding were time guests of Mm Blanche Doling tturday and Sunday Miss Alma Potty was the guest of tier father Mr P T Pertly of Nar rawn lastwoek Mrs henle Wedding Is vlsltfng her mother Mrs Graham at Narrows this week The Diuslcal entertainment given at Mr Davidsons Friday night was quite a success all report n nice time T HARGIS SURRENDEREDBY Patricide Tries to Paint Jackson Red But is Halted in His Mad Career and Sent to Jail Beach Hargls went on another tear at Jackson last 1rldayhad the cashier at the bunk give him 26 of his mothers money without either check or voucher tilled his pockets wIth beer and joy juice nt ono of the Mind tigers ot the neighborhood slung his ttrusy 4F against hits side and started out to smear red paint over the whole town but his bondsmen Floyd Day John Day and Dr W P Hogg decided to surrender hIm and by their direction Deputy Sheriff Flint Davis arrested young Hotgin and pin ed him In jail When arrested the patricides pockets It Is said contain ed Live bottles or beer and two quarts or whisky while his trusty 46 hunt by his side He was taken to Irvine In charge of Deputy Sheriffs Haddox Flint Davt and Jailer Little or DrQlhltt county HaTgls bondsmen were his two uncles John and Floyd Day and brother Inlaw Dr Hogg who became surety for 20000 Young Hnrgis will bo put on trial again in April at Irvine on the charge olldlUngl1ls rather Judge James Har gin WHITESVILLE March 2 Miss Ella Norris of Aetnavllle line been visiting her un cle fir Sam Norris for the past weekMr rtnzlo Ralllh has been visit- Ing at Mr C A Kelleys for the past few days Mr J A Edge passed through town Monday enroute for Owensboro Mr W P Grlmth has purchased an interest In Mr Boone IJlntons store at Oklahoma The spring school began hero last Monday with pror D C Gibson and wife and Mr Richard Nrel as toochers The attendance was good and the pros peels UTe good for a fine sprlug school nt this place The M W or A will meet here m Masonic 0011 on next Saturday night The order MIIS put In here last July with 14 charter members and has now grown to 30 which speaks well for tho lodge The roads In this neighborhood are tine considering the quunily of rain that has fallen Quito a number ot bridges bare boon washed away but for that traveltrog Is gOOd IWi11tesvUle In to be furnished with an eight room high School building fOr next fall school The town has boon full of farmers all the week getting the rebate on the 1906 pooled uobaooo bloat or them are very well stleflod Rov Hudspth of Hopklnsvilleholped In aprotruotod meetlnS at theCbris- tlon church during sstweek j J i 4 i- k i U r A 6 I J 1 C t1 crli r I l i ll v t HCONp AN 1 II 1 Ii t i ti r s In The Re urd t p TAKE NOTICE i Each Contestant win Have an Opportunity Win Some Handsome Spe r IClal PrIze DUrIng The Co put Forth an Effort y Special Prize No t Each and ever young lady who turns in 10 on subscription by March 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 T i MOUNCFJIENTTJ1iaPJano and Popular Girl Oouteab mUoo conducted on strictly honest business principle with perfect jusUce and tairnOO8 to all comoerned PRIZES tlrst tmlzo will b9 a tlretrobes piano ot 4dnglJOOke to be glven to the having most votee at close of contest CANDIDATESAny young woman In Ohio county Is eligible tn a place In the contest most pOpular wOman Is the ono who shnll receive tJM most votes to her shaU be awarded the beautiful upright pllllno Other candldntlS to receIve prize In order according to valuos TOE iN VOTESIn case ot a Ue In votes for any prize two pi zee ot same value will bo awarded CLASSES OF VOTESIho votes are Issued In coupons of the tol lowing denomination New subscrflJous SOD vdca for 100 nn6Wal subscrlpUona 400 votes tor 100 Back sUbscriptions 400 votes tor 100 I M The publisher YMeS the right to add additional bulnces- r ii About Contestants Prizes Etc a New Contestants can enter at any time and compete for these special prizes also for the Grand Prize which will be given away at the close of the Contest All new subscriptions renewals MId back collection votesa sent in for these Special Prizes will be counted for the Piano just the same NOW IS THE TIME TO SOLICIT SUBSCRIPTIONS ir Big Special Prize No2 25 COFFEE SET FREE to the con testant turning in the most subscrip tion 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 4 girl rIho GDNE1tAL INSmfUCWIONaRpeults of voting w111 be published In the Republics se regularly os poetble- Vbtrs will not be allowed on eubaoriptloaa at leas than ha regular price ot the IJper Noemploy ofthfa paper ahhf boa candidate or Work In favor ot- MY oontPonce voted caanot tie traaete rM toarnothw Tore publiShers are not tb tell trOvom any vatar for except da rest ot alleged error or irregularity Each oosvbeetaagt Is roqneotm tend us a cabinet etao photo for pubrioatioa as soon a oonvenlemt- 3rnko up your mlDd who you want to vote for before coming tothe office as the editor will p rpooJLlveJy not decl le the matter tor you No tanltwUlbebn to traaetes votes ob4alrted bY her to any other Coiteetants should keep Q lint ot Votes turned frncaCh week and Beta th publishers figures verity n An aWMdlngoommitteeot three of the best business men is too be J 0p o S= I THE REPUBLICAN VOTING CONTEST 1909 I hereby suggest or nominate the name of Address t f InthoPopularGirl anyway iJSii ned j Address irJ c I THE SOONER YOU MAKE YOUR START- The f better chance you will have for the pedalPrize Thio Votes appointed to make final count and distributIon of puree u Ali coupons and votes are at once deposited Sn took govarnmesrfbox Ir Too key to the ballot box shalbe In pOeseea1oat ot the awarddng come r mattes durtl1ghocon One thousand votes w llbe dgen tree to each tug the first thlrl1daSrOne week to the date otebslng the judgese M 1txitIake ie iballot box Oeretully locket or sealed to the place to baaanouncad ki tlJour news oolumns a 4twlU beloopb na tae la he troatwia ofcontest j count10 Ai1Je eled boxx ity votngie place your cesli subecdpt4oney bogetJerW f other votes andooUS ln sealed earyelopa mama of oon ti oar f ti Itwinto all concerned m 1 h I L Girls Now is the Time toa Get YT usy Bring in Your Votesy ft if r 1 i rrI ff 4 JT tt iJ J I t ry t t c- y n t I 10 1909 A A SIGNIFICANCE L OF RAILROAD TIES Whiteoak the Best and Most Used Other Woods Make Good Ties if Di rabillity Is Length d by Chemical Treatment oit i I r I- r1iat the humble railroad tie is a meet important factor in the material development of the country is agreat troth that 4s little understood by peG I pile outalde of railroad circles The put finer engihe trot IJpeed at the rale of mile or more a minute over the- arluhtry da a Blave to the twp steel rails that Insure a smooth and safe rOOd and there rails In turn depend on the oldfashioned1 wooden cross tie which hoide them to place t Yankee invention has not yet found a KVbetHuto which has Induced the rattroade to Blvd up wood although l erperts Say that the day will surely cone whoa the countrys forests will I no longer be called ipon to supply rhedemand tor ties Up to the Pre y time It BOOmS that no other k material his been found which has the residency of wooOlJina which atJttf seine time causes lees rear and tear on the rape fastening and rodbedI Tfie countrys railroads during the last tmt or threteyeare Used 110000000 to 150000000 of sawed and hewn ties J w1 a year The ideal tie Umber is whose ofFfh t grain It la note only excellent for t ship1dI y coopetrage in tare manufacture of carriages for agricultural implements r Interior finish of houses and for fur niture On account of toMs iwlde use the supply has been greatly reduced fBnd Boine of the lallroads have been Ti to pay amoaC prohibitive prtcw for ties or to bLtute other and cheaper woods to replace the who s oak ties rapidly disappearing from i0 their lines Over 40 per cent of the ties reoonUyI purchased iby the railroads ot coun try are oak according to latest eta titles of Untied States Forest Service Crossilies of Southern pine formed somewhat less than 25 per cent P dcj Douglas llrtle ranked third with apt proximately 10 per cent of the total 7 Naturally the proponUon of these two l timbers will Increase as the supply of oak dwindles This ds also true L of cedars chestnut cypress Western piano tamarack hemlock and other lot trees which are coming into the mar ket as tie timberst Cedar which is very durable has been extensively used to take the place of white oak for ties hut ii is i so soft that it Is dIlYcut bt the t rails This nJebesBttates the use of tie t plates and other protecive devices r whet cedar ties are used Ja thte d supply of cedar is also running chord ti fta nest for the railroads to seek further tor1 new Me timter HWe of the woodti which has all tie requlsi tee of a good tie wIth the excep r tfon of durallty to the beech sL bench tie generally cpneteta jar t aMy of sBtpwood which parCty accounts U OIrliVIsy preesntttV it8IIiir eatr- sadFmaoeQa 1 liar awmy this Mvsfbeeu t i oeewfully preseiwediftoariecayand e sued veryexteneivety I ecdr fundl widet dleksbutedl kbr oagI 44 QM af ern frlhe DltW8iat Mid etlife compey jwJ rheap IIr- ESt i the N41rpsds w Jeea JiI to- L J u1tie i n to- l lgnt OM 1t1e t1Efa1Yp bar r A7j r iLJ fVft C f 1 I 1 I I d I h t TflE BET OF ALLJWVfc PLAYS r r f A soul stirring productoi of the- greatest drama ever presented to the publicfL 1 WEDNESDAY trued with Bome suitable prosenva tlre another source of supply of tie timber wilt be opend up Btumpagee values have been Increas r8Iceeary and they yearly apply preservatives to a greater number of ties end to more kinds of wood Subatdtutewoode naturally vary with different sections of the country but In most bases they lack the two essential qualiUea found In white oak namely resistance to mechanical wear and to decay Ex perience proves that wear can be- successfully retarded by the use of tie plates and other mechanical de vices and decay can be pos edby application of proper preservatives The new conditions have made it necessary for many railroad companies to meet the problem of preservation by establishing treating plants at cen tral points of distribution along their lines rThe Festive Hog- A writer who ram write a poem on any subject1 says of the bog The hog to a machine that oils Itself Puts tea IbusheTa of feed Into less space than a bushed measure and Jo BO doing doubles Us value then can sorry it to market on dts back Com barley bath gn1 rape clover or any ot the byproducts of those loaned to a welltored thrifty tog is money at big interest In rapt It Is a mint Hke grain and grasses are Die bul lion which put into the hog is trans muted Into coin It Is an honest mint and gives enounces avoirdupois of edible meat Properly bred fed and intelligently handled this automa tic porker will pay off our debts furnish the money to improve the farm place a piano In the home a carriage at the door aa well as a means to educate our boys at the agricultural college NO INDIGESTION OR DYSPEPSIA Misery from an Upset Stom ach Goes in five Minutes Take Some Diapepsin Now And Forever end All Distress From A Disordered Stomach Every family here ought to keep some Diapepsin in the house ae anyone of you nay have am attack of Indigestion or Stomach trouble at anytime day or night Itols hannuees preparation will di gest anything you out end overcome a sour stomach five minutes afterwards If your meals dont tempt you or wJaat UWde you do eat seems to flit you or nyelikoalunpofdcaddnyoure- honech or if you Move heartburn that Is a nof Indfgeetion Aek your Ptoarimaclsfc for a BOrCcnt ciao of Papee Dtepetpfito and take ono triangle after supper tonight Tbere wH4 be no sour tMlngs no belobdngof undigested food mixed with gild mo ptotnacto gee or iveartiburau fullness or heavy feeding in tihe Etomach Naueeii DefoHia4i g Berries lee Dlzzteow or iflte tlBl griplife TWs will all go arid besides jthere fill be no spur i t stmmnohtopolYanrYeatiwdydnuseous cureforshe your food1 and digest lt iuat tJl same aa if your aoea 6ti lt1IbenAlotualr proenpt for pt your- etiovinasitnileI7liefatyour 1st- P y Iir iar8e 60eeEit ttorMalu- score stoop ism o4tat 1t iz ease iDs lii t I lj N 1 t 7 Y u 7 4- SJ 0 nIL 1 t noto SNAPS OF All It Will Make You Shiver to Note Them Records of Europe Prove That the World is Growing I Warmer n I There is abundant evidence that the earth is becoming warmer rather than colder In addMoa to the strict ly BOleatlflc proff in+ support of that view the record of several cod wintei In the part centuries compared with the present also lends support to that contention The record discloses some curious freaks on the part of old conIturying down to the present day The Black Sea was completely cov ered with toe for a period of 20 days in 401 The Danube River was frozen over so that an army crossed it on the Ice in the year 462 There was a frost in Constantino pIe which ta oed from October to Feb ruary in 463 tie mack Sea and the Dardanelles again were frozen over in 768 The Danube the Elbe and the Seine were frozen bard to bear up a heavy wagon truffle over them for a monh In the winter ot 822 The Adriatic Sea was frozen In 860 There was a snowstorm in Europe in 874 which lasted from the beginning of November to the end of March Nearly all the vines In Europe were killed by frost in 891 and 891 One midsummers day 1033 in England there was a frost so severe that it destroyed fnil s The River Po tn Taly was frozen from Cremona to the sea in 1133 Wine casks burst and trees spilt iby the action of the frost Loaded wagons crossed the Adriatic Sea on the dee from the mainland to Venice in 1234 The Danube River was frozen to the bottom in 1236 and remained so frozen for a long time The Oattegat was frozen from Nor way to Jutland In 1261 fPhe Rhine was frozen over and load ed wagons crossed it on the ice in 1292 Travelers also crossed fromNo way to Jutland on tie toe sane year Ml the rivers of Italy were frozen over during the winier of 1344 It wti so cold tn Denmark that the wolves could not stay there In 1403 and they crossed to Jutland on the ice TThiei wine froze in Flanders in 1468 and the soldiers to whom 4t was dds trilxited had to out it in pieces with hatchets The River Scheldt woe frozen over sufficiently fcard1 for three months In 1665 to bear tho traffic of aoadJeebwt3- gone I All the rivejnp of Europe iwere frozen over and tie Venetian fleet wee fro zen up in kbe tegooni of the Adriatic at Venice in 1621 and 1622 The nvdater of 1668 was a hard one In Europe Charles JC of Sweden crowed on the foe ithe JJltUe Belts the strati bewdaa Elmer and the pentn sua of with hoe whole army footborBO baggage and artillery The rivers Inf Rely bore heavy carriages fDhere iwaft a ctmtkig of ice 61 in ohes thick cm the Thames in Eng odin 1664 and la 1684 Me foe twos again thick enough ou tie Thames to- airport coaches whicar were driven aorbsB it- Tfie winerHpi i691 and 1693 mere so ia 4Lt t4abhwt the wolves eel IawdVlenas sadiotoked goes andb- L3arts ki the attest 7fhe wSatecfof1749 de oatled b- J y 14 F tII n li r 1 i w ONTEWIf Is one of the of G he or R i- distinction the cold winter A11 the rivers and lakes of EXiropo wore fro tcn over and so was the sea for sev deep Birds and beasts died in the holds and men perished by thousands in their houses In the south of Prance the olive trees wore killed and wine plantations destroyed The Adri atic Sea was frozen and even the Med iterranean about Genoa fTIhe citron and orange groves suffered da Italy Fairs were held on the ice on the River Thames in the winter of 1716 and travelers crossed on the doe from Copenhagen to Sweden JHuKRude of cattle and sheep were buried in the snow In Scotland in the winter of 1726 In January 1737 the ground was froven to a depth of four feet in New England 70 AN Motor Sled That Travels as Fast As a and there is No Walking Back n1 The motor Iceboat affords the finest of all winter sports It travels as fast as a toboggan and there Is on walking bock Anyone who has a emal power launch can construct and equip a rotor iceboat at trifling cost and with the loss of time The boot 4n the illustration was built and run the post winter at Marino Cly Mich by John Ml lot and John Bciebe A glance old the picture dean how it is constructed The frame Is 8 fit tong 3 to wide of 2 by 6 In stuff The flooring is 1ln pine the engine Is a 3hp taken from their moor boat The driving wheel is an od metal rim bdcycle wheel with tho rim chip ped to make teeth This Wheel is 28 inches in diameter connected to tho engine whh a sprocket chadn The driver is carried In a rocking train which can be ratsde to lift Mio wheel from the ice or depressed to make the teeth bite into Ithe ice as desired This Is accomplished by moving the uprlgh rod shown The rear runners are 6 feet apart Steering Is by means of this steering rod shown and the sln ge trout runner In case of accident this steering rod would be dangerous a horizontal steering wheel roD easily be substituted and would be much bet terThe boat attained Irequeuly a spew of 70 miles an hour Indeed with smooth ice and no wind a speed of 100 miles an hour is well within the possibilities The Road te has many obstructions but none so desperate as poor IvKilth Success to day demands heaMi but Electric lilt ters ia the greatest health builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kid neys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tones and invigorates the whole sYstem Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant of ford to slight Electric mLVIS1f week rundown or sickly Only Soc Guaranteed by a4 druggists m o Artists Queer Dilemma Homer Davenport the artist Is In bad Hes gob to travel 10000 miles or pay all the expenses of another mans wedding even to buying the bride and furalshlpg provender for the wedding guests It Will coat 1000 to travel those 10000 miles and and it will cost f1000 to Jt yftrtbe wedding If ho stays hole Dav port Is trying to figure ouitiie t in about a minute anct the indirectly to a letter from 1 i tfSy few worth your while It be = sented bv one Fred Con tads companies and MoneVs Worth Your Money Backand Back HARTFORD QPIEIRA HOUSE MARCH ICOLD LONG says Your Engload ICEBOAT RUNS MILES HOUR Toboggan SuccessI answer- kallwtsippened blaseforhebrought plays swill pre TalK CRISTO 1 29YEARSI z Of Honest Business Reputation is Back of Eve- ryMONUMENT i I SOLD BY USbft p GEO MISC11EL SONS e sPROPRI6TORBiz = il Owesnboro Monumental Works t- V Of- 4R 412414 B Male St Yards 2U2I62I8 Cla St p OWENSBORO KENTUCKY S p 4 Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You = Money on All Good Honest WorK = W W W W W WW W WW For Lame Back IAn aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloans Liniment This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters It penetrates without rubbingthrough the skin and muscu tar tissue right to the bone quickens the blood relieves congestion and gives permanent as well as temporary relief Sloans Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism Neuralgia or any or stiffness in the muscles I or jointsPrice 25c BOc and 100 Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass U S A Bloant book on bona cattle Cheep and poultry sent free Akmut Haffezi supreme sheik of tho Bedouin tribe of the Anazeh Of course Davenport ls the brother of the sheik He was elected to that honor two years ago when for five months he llyed as an Arab among Arabs in the Arabian desert and was one of the two white snort thus favored Over In Arabia they dont Just fall in love with each other and hurry to the city hall for a license Th grooms papa has to purchasethe made for his son Brldea range in value- S1 I 4 from one to five hundred dollars Akmub Haffez announced tn his let ter to his white broher ithat his son Fayal Haftez was about to embark on the matrimonial desert and demanded the preaonce of Davenports best man As to the penalty for iro fusel he stated gravely that it the desired best maudid rot show up at the wlrpolned hour he the heat man would be charged 1n full with all tho expenses tocjudlnghe price ofithd brtdo and the teat oftlta riotNew York Ckxr Chicago Inter Ocean A i 1 Jd Id + tsf rr- k f t lf f PEOPLE WHO- y ti REtL I 1111 u I W WNAjT IPERU JIIt I e rfitRS BORDNER- I AlICEJ 4 N i lJ I MIl i WICIcIIFfftSM1TH w w ww Catarrh of BronchIal Tubes Mr WlcklltTo R Smith editor of The Potlatch Herald formerly principal of the schools at Cameron Idaho writcs For some time I Buffered wtUi Catarrh of the throat and bronchial tubes t tried many remedies butcould find nothing that would give mo relief Ft+ EallyIlrledPeruna Threo bottlcs cured me sound and well I believe it will do as much for others as It did for mo Hartford Republican Entered IlccorllloK to law at the Poeto- fnou Hartford Ky as nall matter of the second dais C M BARNETT EDITOR xEZ=rsxosOa- mbrlaruL 9O Rough Z lvr 72 1T FRIDAY MARCH Ii Good morning President Iut It is now exPresident Roooovolit Miss Spring Ineists on ooming before she Is Invled Bt is Impossible now l1t1d a man who said the fled could not do It The N ate or Arkansns Is not very proud or Its mos notorious asset am- Mor Jeff Davis It is about tdme for the Mrloon lion to take himself to the more aeclud- cd svots In the jungles SenatorIIcmmenway of Indiana has been made n member of the An nlns Club nt sightfMr Knox is the only man connoted with the ndmlnisautlon WIO can point with pride to n reduction othls salary mart Is to oonUnue RoosoveWe poll Iles but with different uneUrods Jior Instance ho bus supplanted the 00166 with tm automobile Tho making PrcsldeIllt loot 7Yatl ui a Mnsan at sight was a severe joke on the goat He sbould have had 1amonths trolnlng for such n subject hue gotrommentoorwclenoo fund Originated In 1811 However it Is not believed t1tat nU the pw fro wit i guilty conscloues have Leta rellev od as ye4- IWe find quite a gOodda of sen timent among the RepubMcans in varI- ous parts or tile Stab tor Judge ORatr cur the Ropublioan tnODltnn lion for Governor PIt th neXtJ StnIto- Clectlon Li It Is said Iml tour of zhe Jurors 1fII the l1Ckmunlcr cnso can read nor writs rfhty shOuld be able to take cuo of all tirotin- wriben law arguments durlnlg the tr1a1 r Jf Mr Taft had Ilepublloams- y 1 y iMft3IDHAYES Z GaIned ThIrty Pounds Mrs Alice J Bordner 13lUlap1e Ave nnrrllburg Pa writes I have found a cure In Peruna I cannot recommend Pornna enough and I also thank you for your kind attention to me I am as well as could ho ever since I began taking Peruna and will recommend It to others I only weighed 05 s before taking Pornna now 1 weigh 25 to Ignore politics at the 1eCentprosl- oontlal election In lIe tame ratio In which he has appointed DemoCnWI to his cabtne Mr Bryan would have so looted IiJhIO cabinet The Sates or Ildnol9Wlsoonsin and seet1l ashen taro limit thesoleetlon of Uuled Stares Senwarrs by direct vd e may lIot be to desirable alter all In Iudinbls and Wisconsin the nominees were selected by direct prlmarles but os yet the nominees have boon unable to secure oleolon from tltlO legiskrtur s or too two states It the Republlan admlnlst1ruLon nit Wnsittngton d sirts a oonrpltae les toratlon of vho good timea wlllo we enjoyed beoro tl e recent panic k will see to it tnnb Ow proposed revision or the tariff is gotten ibeldnd us as quickly ns posstbio and with as Untie change Jn the schedules U8 can bJ gotten along WJUI Tl1lstMng of unceptuinty among the vtlIlous bus inoss onterpadsas ot the wuntry con corning altw whlcj affects so many avenues ot trade Is what makes laird times and buslness stIlguwtlon TLo- Ropuhllatn Pcmty has always stood for prottiutlon and ttra1 is what tus- brougbJ1bls country the greatest pros peTty which dot ever enjoyed Atly failure on the pans ot the wlmlnhsro- Uon tb stand by this prdnc4pul will vlsltrtl by n rebuke rot llhe pols taro years from now as sure as- Wusbington Ctty Is on 1e ibtomuc river Qhe Tennessee Democrntlc sonatOl8 who are sojourning at Ifopklnsvfile In order to defeat Snit election dews In their eate evidently oonsidur Itluu all Is fair Inwarland that Itriw bet ter to run away and line to fight another day but whet wUlIthctr con Utueuts think of this brave brtlod of or nwmnkorslWho thus dlscounttheir- servloes to the Eeate of Tennessee and vlolwe their rons of office I SenntorNewmWI ova le oleo ecrc tary ot the B nW F1lrat 2500 per nnnum thought It was a mistake for the lrmersInstJuteI at Ellzabotttown les week to Select Its own members of tIlO varlolU mtttcos and yet mmy people will no doubt be aatlaonlsh d to learn afthajt Seem arySanwdor Newman hllllelf made the mttlon to do ills very thinat the Farmvre lnetltute Gast ZUre only dlttere1ice being that Senator Newman waa tm trying Ito defeat anan tDecklulln Democrat wtttr ono branded stralghd goods IGae 6i + w Mrs Emma FK1UBIordjNo CityIltahvritest lJoarmonthsibeame throughby monihicXuUff cold whloh had settled iii over my body The bloodgeemedto rash to my fleas and blinding headaches As coon asPn tias recommended to mt II elded to trla1udNapleasedto I had need it onlytwo months Ithink you h splendid mecUolno and gladl endorse i 1 People preforring solid medt for Peruna tablets Each tabletlsoquivae ofForma Throat and tieab Mrs I D Hayes 1037 Druid Hill Baltimore Did writes Poruna le ono of tho best remedies for grippe cold In tho head sore throat nervous headaches and coughs that hss ever been discovered After the we of ono bottle In my family I dont fool safe without Pornna In my house In a later letter Mrs Hayes says I am never without a bottle of Peruna In the house I find It good for most every complaint I gIve the children Per na If they liavo a cold and It always relieves them I dont think I could find a bettor remedy to give m children president the cwno man who was president this year and who was re elected by bile Replublicans happened to be un anUBeoklhnm Dmnoemt und SenatorSecretory Newman was Slot wMlllgo brunt him to name the cont- mt noes Of course therm was no politics In it ut tact dime The UJulsvle CourIerJournal and Times both gupssly mteropresented the action of five ners InsUtrute at EUzababrtown dust week They bout represented the Republlcnns Qs introducing II substtttrie 10 the rules for nplolnrohrg commit ees The fact bYISof aU committees In llJe hands of Ilito president and prevent the d legates from selecting their own cornmJllees as was provided du the resohioa which WWI Introduced by a Republican or course there would bq no poliUc In oho ThTmers InsUule so long aq the Democrats were allowed to Jleot all Lie offlcora and IIIPPOlnlt tt3 toe ccn mdtoes Relieving however that It would be better for the Sate Iluard or AgtdcLure that it should be composed of both Republicans sad Democrats the Republicans did attempt o secure some representation on the bOard at this Institute In doing ro they took no unfair advantage but simply fOceeded along the- lints wMoh tJhe Domocrorts hud used In their coasbats lWioln rme unooher- tyrctofore for members of tIle Boor Last year lilt Shelbyville a warm fgM Was mottled in between Idto- Beclehhln and tutuBeclhum mo Brats 1dlt reulted in the duteBt- ot air Vreeland and ate olooLlll1 bd- tMr Wldisod h the neckhnrm fOlCCt Of course there 88110 thBlt as it aU took pnce within the 6OlDeiIievubUcnns thesc honorable postdons the cry or politics ems made bY our Demo I- Icrodc friends and the action or aRepublicans Is misrepreeenced In oiti- dcr bJcr pUbJlc sentdmentagatn them throughout he State How r bat composed ot 6111 Itepub aaiD or all Demoerada appeal the people ot the State Iregat iJ Fsratofr the welfare of he Agricultural tiktesse- fa the Cammonweedt or hdw ceiti they apps Ib meznb ofthe J1Joa trwr PRUNfAEJL MEDICINE g Those Who Slander 1 Peruna Know Nothing r About It Testimonials Given Out of Pure For The Benefit Received from It Is so easy to criticize things about which tho critic knows nothing Take for Instance Peruna There are plenty of people who aro willing to say Peruna to this and that who never have tasted Peruna and have never known anything about Its effects upon the human system There are people who say and proba bly believe that Peruna Is used as a beverage by some people It would bo the casleatthingia the world to show the falsity ofsuch a belief Lot anyone who roads this go to the drug store and purchase a bottle of Pornna If after attempting to wo it tain an Agricultural exMbttJlon to be run by a management ln which only one patty is allowed reproomtl- tlonl HICKORY CHURCH March 3Tice farmers are gutting brsy about uelr spring work at bids writing Mrs Floy Taylor Is the guest of friends neaT Pltusnnj Hill nt this writing Mis tas Leach Is on the sick U9 Miss Fannie Plummer bas gone rock to Beaver Dam Midas Revile Leach thus gone to- Caneyville Miss Ollie Ragland wlsltod Miss Lula- Leich Tuesday- Messrs J D add C N Taylor wont 4o Hartford ronday Messrs Perry and fleece mbry have the mumps at this wrung Miss Mabel Porter Bcaver Dam was the guest ot her parents from Fri day unm Monday Mt Charlie Duncan mid Mt Den Davis near Concord dillPd with the latters cousin Mr J H Davis Ins Sunday Rev CundJrt was the gUest ot Mr H T Porter from Sunday until Mpn day sir Bert DaVIs was the guest ot Mr Jessie Torrence Tuesday Misses Mabel and Mattio Porter Were the guests of Mlssee Matry B and Agnes Williams Saturday afternoon Miss EO Ragland who Is attending Hartford college visited her par ents41l8 Saturday and Sunday LItttae Mir Beulah Leach Is visiting lier grand parents atIowling Gteop MAGAN March 1Mt TR MOOooU 119- hi kbrdsyillo y tnfuet child of Mr and Mrs WIlUam Rogers cUed Ithe 26 of Mnt81y the remains wore Interned era Pleasant Hill cemctary the 28th Dom tb Mr and Mrs Stevertaylor the 24thof Fob a girl baby MIf Joe Norris ot Deanflekla as the gueSt of Mire Pont MldliU Sunday evening Alter several efforts the Mail carrier made a through trip Saturday w ththe mail high water caUBecofd irIa fenry per has Idh teat eetato dJXp to locateins Mrs= soitri la tile uw future irJ Ii pentda had a tat nf- alok Yolks on his worklaat week wtilok rte i irididay and efglitr- T r fr MrOoorge W Amory i T Wean tatNew York t City Nets York Rritcalr I SomohowIhavc always had a tlsedmedlclnq but I want to make onedeeldede=eeptlon- In favor of Pornna t I caught a cold last winter and It ietdedia throat V and bead developing most persistent eatarrbwhichs- eemed i tto defy aU mediclnea until ltr1ed1Il Before Ihad used two botIea Iconsidered myself d x V J1R5 MMAfM- UMfORD These Were Perun GratitudeI eaddy- An as a beverage or to take it In doses sufficient to produce anything like Intoxication If after putting It to this test such a person Is still of the opinion that Peruna Is a disguised alcoholic drink he will ho warranted In makIng such a statement Practically Porous cannot be soused Anyono who knows anything about Peruna by personal we knows that Pornna lea medicine The very label on the bottle giving the principal active ingredients furnIshes Indisputable proof that Perona le a modi tat compound We wJll be willing to guarantee that no normal person cnn or will use Peruna as a beverage If any ono thinks 0 thla remedy can HERBERT March 2Mr Edwin rF1Ller one or the oldest and most highly honored residents or this community died February 2i Uncle Ed hue lived on the came place aU his life eightiy four yearns last Augue He lived a consistent member or tM- navlWt church for n great many years He leaves two children Mrs Nora Chambers of this Place and Wm J Miller ot tiwonnboro His funeral was conducWd his aor Rev Wm H Dl1UlorotE D y and tulke were- made by OOc1lpltrl Mrs wmnn and son or Wabash Iud who attended dlto burial ot her grand father Mr Edwindltl- ler toturued home to4ay- Miss Thxt r Miller reitumed to Ow ensboro College today r1Srs Barney Gunther Bud Ray ot Chambers were in our ownSun dyr I Miss Kate Holland and nephew Bill Holland vlsltcd M It M Millers Wed nosdoy nlrqt tltr Jim llunatt has moved to Aenavllle Mr Minor Htlrbout teas mod on R 11 Millers place i lm John Druner has been seriously sick IlIJrsGran Mldkltf Js suffering very much with IU1 abooos on her rOOt Mr Gront Midkitf was called 4u- Fordeville Thursday to ho nt Gee burial or his brother Roy W H J3rnner E nli visited his daughter Mrs Oscar Rico this week 1r Willie Miler and damply Owenc born 5atarned hbure Batrdoy Lire Tannic Tuttle otPhllp mvlsU fog t1IarBister Irs Wm Ford daughterAmyhere this week onYdttqler at Habit were at tlre bedside of 1 t IiGfOWI J be soused one trial will ire surcfent to disabuse his mind Poruna Is a great and useful family medicine It Is used in multItudes of tR 41 homes It has bocomo a standard r m- My for various potty ailments In the homo I tie especially weful for climatic diseases It is an excellent remedy for colds It Is a well tried remedy for catarrh In all forms Wo have a multItude of testImonials recommending It for colds for bran chlUs for various affections of the respiratory and alimentary organs This ii well known to aU who know Peruna by actual experience Cures All Catarrhal Diseases OambrldgNebtrouble In my throat and baye not had a headache for four weeks Porunn Is the very medicine for caItarrh There Is no medicine like it the United States forI have tried a good many before using Peruna t I will keep tIn my house to guatd catarrhsdieoaeee their undo this week Dr John B Huff oo1ebr1ibed lids 73 blrhdJay the 27th Mr uoud Mrs Ed Baize and ttilIl1lly or Httyntsvlllo spent tao day wih him The farmers are recelving their money on the 1906 pooled tobacco SMALLHOUS March 3Rev A I Gordon of Russeilville tilled his regular appointment at Smalhous church Saturday evuning and Sunday at eleven oclock Mr W C Overhultn eponteeverul days hero and nt Llvel1IUOTe Ineb week anti ruurned to Hartford Saturday 4lesslS Joss Kinney Alonzo Franca f and O W Overhults attended the Masonic lodge at CeralvoSarurdArnI btThe river la rising font at this plaoo and Is much higher than III was the last rise Mice Flaudle Davie Is aguesta oC Miss Oma Madddx thIs week Mrs Joe Bullock Is suffering with rheumatism in tier wlllds and can not use thean Mire Lydia Igltheart and brother of Mwauzas attended church at Small hous Baptist church Sunday Messm William Rbbertson and VIg Morton were the guests oCMr Stun Morton the latter pant orth week airs James Hallows and obiidten Samuel Klmbli3y Morton and James M Hallows are the guess of Mr and Mrs Sam Itibnton Shs wild ieye tq- a few days for Louisville wb he oil reside SIr S E Hunter eDt Saturday nlgWt MId Sundays y gueattot MT d Use Jut Rbes near enrenbrWn i 11sseeJ tDavis audOna Maj aodllfIOM 1 j uuhNedneedayof teekIMessrs Jees feai Rose a landieJ Oma Maddox last Sunday for dinner retf lid t TheDoctors First Queti1 How are your bowels This is generally the first quesHon the doctor asks lie what a sluggish liverx 9 4 means He knows what l achuplaints tr debility are often promptlyf relleSeddv a good Ii 1 aboutWe wish yQUYouJ talk yoUt9WDooctor J this sub the same he thofA efSPillsDoashe sa S Mle L f I J J 4 n a 7 r v 1f L 1 oL Tt WE A WHY YoU MAKE YOUR OWN WHEN WE HAVE THEM MADE foR YoU LooK WHEN THEY ARE MADE Do WHEN YoU SEE THEM PIECE YoU CAN BE SURE or A fIT WHEN YOU BUY YoUR CAN YUU BE SURE fA fIT WHEN YoU Do NoT A GooD WHITE INDIA LINEN WAIST foR 75C r A WHITE INDIA LINEN WAIST foR 150t n 1 BEST foR 300 VIA IT UJ foR DRESS GooDS WEAR ETC Hartford FRIDAY MJAROH6 IIInols Central Table J North Bouud Nonlhllouud- No1U1 due 1OS am Nol21 duellet a m No lrlaeJtSO p m No NoISI due 802 pm- PAtItET TILE TABLE We Three leaTN nartlord every Sunday rnoratng at O oclock returning arrlyea Thur day t When People AreSick x t 0 They neda doctor and Ilya t1uii t thing they need Is pure drugs pmt as experienced druggist to tilt tho- doctor9 1 preet1ripttODS TIiERE 111 WHERE WE COME IN 4 Ne have bbththe pure drugsae1tl- aauexpeHeabsd Urugg4st Wo will tJB RIGHT Mdt at- Iopt B Ti ica aa you can get aaywSiere- Wre also carry all kinds of drug Moro Nouons and Supples and ptoptdotaa7 MetI4 s Give are a trialat thotohl I c DRUG COrt To t t v oheoehe otilue poets p111Atia ONO The heW of thenevyts always- hero CARSON k NCO r I Our 1 Iet upon the depart w r are of our ood CARSON kCO J IIDUY your 1el4 i x Co I Tel pee Ce 1c8 Pt yard ek- J y t k J li The foUl yard at A v c toVs Caeca 1 t M tC i 7 F J i jIlf M k tl h i ftJtiR J v r I J TAnli jrJle It list ti Iol lq linv j iriwWarre9 1 ek r 1v tiit I I iiK + 1 1H 1r1o t R E VED TIaIT IS A tREAM SOAREfN BEAUTIFUL AND OTHER YOUR WILL COME TRUE ATOUR STOREBUSTER SHoULD WAISTS ALREADY GooDS DIffERENT tirRY6 WHAT THEY INTH TOOI WAISTS READYMADE BETTER POSSIBLE WAIST READYTo WAISTS SKIRTS GO Republican RailroadTime 101dne218p- mNo102dn28pin JLBoori HARTFORD Incorporate- dpa r7uatreceived Seed- aGiihaOt at1SUptllyCo nOtlaJov fI1fttta sinwuonyt NAISTS THINGS SHOw DREAMS Mrs J D WIJron Is quite ill nt- hPr home on Union street Fresh NotthcrnSeed Oats and Field Seed for sale at J W Fords Mr W T Woodward Is able to bo out after a severe attack of the grip Every purse can find here a Suit to fit It CARSON CO FOR SALE Two horse and rood Wagon Charley Colburn Sunnydale Ky 28tf Messrs J H D Carson and Hook er Williams are la Evansville on bust ness What trade we have we boldwhot- wehovent We are after- CARSON 8 CO- ok James Brown Rocheser WaS the guest of Judge N D Taylor and family the first Of the week We are after Swho want the best Our stock Is aglow with newnorsOAttSON 00 Remember we hell IS pounds boo granulated Sugar for MO EverY thing else In the Grocetyline at Rock bottom prices SOHROODER CO Reserved seals nowonsolo tor Monte Cristo March 10 at Opera House Got tickets now lPr1ce 7f and 50ots ill C Tnllor eon and aaugater Mrs Iva Matanzas left Tuesday for nn extended trip ti Phoendr Arizona and bier points In the Wes Mr J FVlckers has sold fs mld- onoo on Union staeet to 36r P 9 Taylor consideration 153750 IMr Vickers will moveta Owensboro lMr S H Selbol1t teas cold his bu and lotonrlowea UnloD aireet- t oj IrL lAUemvaS9Or r Set bortwlUpurohase n farm and move r1ri a about time rr0 LEASEForone taro or thins years a farm about 65 entree bolow Hartford E1eat Hartford au Uver mere d for partieulat addess A Waon 934 E Camp street outs vlJC Kt rH t riJOSllVlltte e nsoetMtlmrtrle lady ot ilalsoownu died 4aet StlIdy- afternoon after a lingering ihI f- consumption tlterfeJI8jn weaurki r red et Ito fatrntiy burying rourid4 Monday I t i fa1arcircle rot sol7owing relattvsa Jnd friends It Durlntsle teon thlgli vvribetrlrittny rrbbiis have itslain 4avisg been fey98t11drhot1tatHa d n Webb aid i 1rJ Ph 4er ofjthe No CikiMfilr o kHoLooJ fl d on abouttiyeeeres t jjiYIt I by Y 7 tt fif Yt c it f Ar 1 A Jumt tilfL nice lcc of rettdymadu Waists lskoo see then OARSON 8 CO LDrsQ 0 severluot Morgantletd Ky lathe guest of her pGrenrB 9Ir and Mrs W H Mauzy Meters T R Boardant 1if M Fair and vlto are among rito 1Iacl ford merchants who nro east buying spring goods Lars W T WoodwumE ru urned last Friday tromD few dnYIJ visit to llcr mother 1It8 p A Paul at DontJphln- lito n Is wonderCul how muea money can be saved on a grocery bill by telephoning your order direct to Sohrooder Co Phono No 133 IIOOr be prceching at Ua Baptist church Sunday morning and nlgluv by elder Richard who will bdsln n so rice of meetings at Rennets School House Monday night Mr Co Owen HunterofSmallhous lies aooopted n position wIth county clerk W S Tinsley as oUlce dQ1Jury Owen Is one or the countys most deserving young man and Is well qualified for the posltlon We have received announcement of the marriage ot Robert Leo Barnes and Bass Artio Pearl Daiu nt the residence of the bride In Baltimore on Saturdny Feb 20th Mr Barnes formally lived In this couuy and has many frIends and acqualatnnees hero who wish him wen In his new de parture Elder Dan Richard has been engaged by the Hantord Th1pUSJ church to begin a series of meetings the Fourth Sunday In this morun iDo tween now MId that time Rev Richard will hold Evangelistic sorvlceeaat Bonnets School house and other places in he county It Is thought the church may secure ills services permanently as t pastor Rev Bare L DL Wooseley viii begin a revival M the Ountbor land Presbyterian Church In Hayford next Monday night rvlctlS will begin promptly tilt 7 Oclock each evening Miss LouonaVl1Eou Syn odlcal Missionaryy of Kenucky will also be present Mira pastor Rev T C Wilson desires hohrorty ooopera- tion of all the religious people of Hartford and vicinity Messrs r DTnylor SW Leac Rob Roy W F Sandefur Manda Al vis S Bennett LouisviIe Felix A Shaver of the Darneta Creek neigh borhood Chester A Llndley Point Pleasant F O Ooftman Matanzas W I Igleltcart T II BMnwtoa and Dr G F Chapman Centertown E D Find ley Dalzeown D A5Royal Renlrow and J D Tayar ot the East Beaver Dam neighborhood were amOng our callers Monday Dy reason Of an error of OUT com positor a local Which appeared In the last two issues of our paper niado Carson Company say they Were selling Tobacco Cltton nt 1 cents per yard Insud of 1 cents per yard Our dJtoo Ion was not called to this error until It had gone through two issues ot tM paper It was not any faut of Carson Company than It appeared that way and the error clad caused thorn Bome Uvcro embarrass ment but probably nO permanent injury A man by the name of Meriditat was drowned late Wednesday afternoon in Green River near MilleTS Rock He was a rafman Md het bherWHl other hands had In charge a Q1eeu of about 1000 dogs Details ore laeklng but It Is presumed thou they were nr tempting too tie up the oft when tile skiff In which ho and rtlhroo other men were drying to reach the bank IUS upSet The ocher three men elxraped by swimming to die shore Meridlbh was from Edmonson county and rho poInt nt which ho Q8 drowned Is- on the line between Ohio and nutler Counties AETNAVILLE March 3Th rrocent rain and high water did muoh damage in tills com munity Mr and ItS Robert Owen of Haynesvlllo visited at drr Jesse Loyds SundaY Jolr Solomon Phillips and tamUY moved to Owensbot Phureday whore they will snake their tuturo theme Sil98 Eleanor Tanner of Mngtii1ls visiting oller Cousin br19d Nora Morgan Ml Ruth lJod lavishing friends and relatives at Herbert Mr Isaac Crowe of t2tfeplaM and MlesOYAHuff were snarrk4 Woonee day at the huomeot the bride near Herbert r Several from attended trnoo party given by drChu givens Syt- ulday evening Mrs Dunoan who has been vlsbtins- yelatives as this plaOY Gas returned tO 1home M Luzerne- Mr and 1rshenry HaxiEoxE Were the gisete of 24r2 Miller tIurrlSunday Mr A Tannertoe egld htsaniil ftejKnotvlXe I MtssLacy AddinEtOn eotto Rose- ville Tutr ay S Mr tA Thanes vleat to Owehe- t I lrri ur c At t et a- born Monday i MISS Rhoda Taylorof Doonflold Is hheguosL of her aunt Mrs E II furgnn Ir COSPRINGS arch 3The Equity meeting at his placo WMq uo a iSUocass Sotur- day iIgut liar O E Scott left Sunday night for BowlIng Green wldt our 1 cod or mules to sll i1 Sint Hines Is quo sick with pneumonia alir tlarenco Dennis and Georgie Wilma vent to Ilatord Nondaiy on busIucssBlisss Julia and Lrzzla JIInos were goes s ot Miss Minnie Wrlght sun- day Mr M Br Tn e Is on the sick list Mrs Fannie Sott and Mrs Leda Sevens spent Sunday with Bike Neal Mr BIrch Wilson and wife seen lastwc with Mrs Fannie Scott tJr Andrew Weaver of Central City was We guest of Miss lflunle Wright Sunday Litho Thelma Dennis has been right slcr DUNDEE Maori tThe water did great duiagent JIb plueo being deoprr on thin everkrt3lrs Annie Hartford of Owensooro Mrs 1ollte Bean of Album and Mr- Pard Tabor of Warren CQUItlty have bean atllid W the bedside of their mother Mrs Saute Ann Tabor who Is dangerously ill of lagrippe MISs liosslo Powers was the guest Of her aunt Mrs Oscar Huff the last of tJbe week fir JS huff who has been in Rc port lad for the past week re turn dromo S iiurday- Mrmttd Mm Nelson Cole spentSuu day wit his sister Mrs IZannie Stevens fir and Mrs Henry Cumming and Mr Ylllle Drown spent Sunday with Mr aid Jlrs George Brown 1TI Carl Drown spent lI ondaynlg with Mr Otis Stevens Mr Dud Mrs George iirowu ciier- talned a few friends Thursday night with a pound supper a very delightful duo was spent by all prosenn Among the Lodies1- I1Ut1ord Lodge NO G75 F A M had work In the Fellow Craft De gree nt hs regular session Monday night Scntor Warden W E Ellis oecupied the East during the degree work In u highly credltablo manner This lodge will have work Sn the third degree in too third Ionduy evening and an tile mentberrn uro urgld to be present Rough River Lodgo No 110 Knlgos of Pytlas met in regular session Tuu- dy evenIng with n good attendance although no rank work wason the pro gram Knight C M Barnettremn ted the lodgo with nn elegantly tram ed chart which was very muoh appre- ctaed by tile lodge and which Will have an bonored place on Jbe wails of the lodge room In the future It may be a gJ1OOt help 110 whereI the order who desire Ito beautiful Sessons ooutalned is tile thro ronks Capt Howard Quits Race Bowling DNeri Ky March 2Haut- Howard present Commonweal fns At torney and candidate for reelection has announced his withdrawal from tto Taco leaving John II Gilliam of SCOs yule without opposition lJteCare UtA- REllUUlloolll primary to be held In Apr Mr Howard will likely locate In Bowling Green and praodce his profession Tire tare between Judge J Qat Gal Iowa and J MqKenzle Moss for Circuit Judge Is warm and the rival can- didatcs are making n vigorous can vass AGrand Old Play Monte Cristo kind of melodramas wlll be the bill it the Opera House Hartford Wednesdny evening March 10 It Will doe the well known Fred G Conrad production as arranged by Eugene Moores one of thu best of moderno IONrrE OIUSTOS Too tame otthls great play Is well merit ed for It 1sa most impressive drama tlza Uon of one of the must brllUant stories ever written One of the best of all melodramatic novels has Moe- nevolvedtbegreatest of nil romantic melodra and both storY awl drama have achieved a popularity unparalel- ed in extent and variety MONTE CRIST09 Is a play for all chRssos and poope of all ages It is Sven a great glay for those who cannot liearr but can only see so bold and fascinating are aU USscone Its outlines are so clear that the plaY can be enjoyed by eight kslhnagor Conrad has gathered a Company of adequan- strengtharea will hrlng hIs special scenerY wh1c11 has beenprepirodfth the benefit of several eeasops expert ence wl9gthis play- HEPFORD CATTLE PO SALEILI rN06t Leltot held KyJ- KS 1 Jr J I Ifi iR6sMb t4iQ L fi n 9I lliflADlESIIOMEJOURNAL TI1r SPRING FASHIONNITIBIRor on or thinkYou Home Jour bi nal was for ladies had or staid at home a class ndt bi to the sex are now learn = ing that the Jour b real is also for theni 4i Never an issue that has not three to five t articles which would profit any man They tare taking advantage of and the La dies Home Journal is now quoted by men t as often as the average magazine bt 4Lettie s Sister Marries i fYou who are reading may not know t what this means but the little girls of b In town do Lettie Lane is a very popular per g son with them Some of her folks come 5t = every month in the Ladies Home Journal bt which ison sale together with the best In patterns on earth and everything you may bu 9 want from an upto date alive dry goods bitfi9InBarnard Cofi4Il HARTFORD KYbfi assss ososssss I King Quality Oxfords wscs9 I FOR MEN The new OX= fords for Spring are now sale and they are so S attractive w e want everybody ttb b dies ttb who homes universal gentler Men s this 6 this this to see them Any price you want Ito pay from 2 to 5 per pair LADIES OXFORDS marIThe newest and best the ket affords are here for you The new shapes the new trimmings latest0Id LPBARNESPBROS ti Beaver Dam Ky SSSSSSS w7S Tjt a e r c J r 1IL ri TEAT PROPOSED vi TRACTION I TINE Ifew Impetus Which is Favored by f Citizens of Several Differ cut Counties e The Hendoreon Ky Journal or ro- cemtdato SQ1- IThemovement that has boon on Toot for several yearn to build a tnlc lion Uno from Evansville Ind throrougl Henderson to Owen X7rO has been augmented within the pant Sew days Dowsa ling Green who n building the road It the flue is e ended from Owenaboro through Calhoun the county seat or MCLeam county to wI1Dg Green the capital or warren eOuatyDetweon Owensboro and Dowling- a Green Ja a vauablo stretch or ooun try rich In coal and forest prodUcts No line or railroad touehea this rich section It is isolated from tho mar lwts and is now awaiting development Thousands or acres or coal and tim ber land lie along the proposed 110u- eAcr or this land contain virgin for tand coal In many places less than 100 toot below the surface George F Swint edItor ot the Oat houn Sar fa the Prime mover or the new line He has boon working upon- the propoSition for several years has Just Jatoly mot wkly encourage meat that prompTS him to tatetbat a s company Will be organized composed or Evan Omenbmo Heuoorsono Calhoun and Dowling Green capital Sets which will go to work se soon tie spring opens up to build the rood rrhe proposed road will begIn at Evansville and will cross the Ohio rlv or at a POInt above the city It will run from Henderson through Zlonand HebbwisYllle and will cross Green river near Hamiltons ferry pntering Owensboro by way ot Sorgho From Owonaboro the line will run almost dl roost Ito Calhoun then following Green river oouohes Livermore Hart ford Morgantown ood many other smaller towns before rem ping the terminal at Bowling Green Reports from towns along the routo are to the effect that everything possible will be done by the dozens to assist In the building or the line The dltizens of McLean county have gotten together on the Proposttlon and are willing to put up a large sum of money to f09er the road The citizens or Thlviess county ore taking a deep intoreat In the line and will lb la under stood put up their share or money to make the line a certainty The Ohio Butler and Warren ooun ty people are deeply Interesdd In the line It Is stated that almost the entire right or way through these counties will be donated Henderson county poopl should get a move on themselves and lend all the old to the enterprise that is needed A trentlon line through thia cSt will be or untold v rne b lit and county county T F For Sale Several hundred acres or good farm- Ing lands known na the J F eonlns farm distance about two miles from Hartford on toe Hartford and Beaver Dam pike Also residence property In Hart Cord twostory dwelllng e and a t halfacre lotrrontnlg the new t 1L E depot site For prices and term apply to W II or D D ColUnsHart ford Ky Utf Over in Butler Dr II F Wbltoo las Sunday momln received telegrams bearing the sad news or the dmith or hla mother who died of asthma CIt her home near Chlcklshn Oklahoma Remains were brought rock to the family burylag ground at Middleton In Simpson coun ty and laid to rest by the side or hot husband who died several years ago Dr Whined and wife lIft at once for Franklin to await the arrival or the remains MONUMENT FOR DR FINLEY- A very pmisewordhy and commen dable move has been started by some or our eitlzenaGo mtho Clo lund roerect a monument Clot the grove or Dr W J Finley This we certainly owe to the mWlory of this great and good manw4tueo grca bor of Jove among us baa never been fully appreclated- We should deem tt not only a duty mayIlove and reverence for our old preceptor and pmacber who for so many years wqntMnong us doing good Arid St the monument is to bean Index toi- L the worth and chncter or the man who rests bentllth It Is would boar towering shaft J A DFLlLEB IN WINDSTOll1f ru t NewS came o town Tuesday after noon giving account or the terrlflc wind storm which paESe through too BisiMuddy and Sandy creek section doing great damngu to fences barns nndh0uSc8111e Urn or Frank Dar I ii row was blown downaadn she roof was bloW oft of the sew oeMdenee James Amos Bellies His 1te arideh4l drop weru at home alone but were un- h 1Cdr33e111es startpd to town to attend the meeting or theM W of- A lodge and had a thrilling experl once u the tannon Hiram Kltohlll1ls trill where be was blown from lids horse and carried some dlstanor bY the wind only baying himself from being blown away by catching hod of- a small sappling she deslruotive effects of the wind extended as far down ae the tal1DiC ot Judge A H Tuck R D Forsythe Wm SMttIelte BUd others iwhtegreiat damage was done to fences and out buildings DIED SUDDENLY Hubert Ellis bas seedi gabs time to eternity leaving many sad and brok en hearts to mourn his death ne was 10 years 6 months and 1 day old when he died son or Mrand Mrs Walker Ellis He died or bort trouble Which ho had been ubJoot to all his Ute nut the day before he diM that nIght Feb 26 while the lamp of llfq was st111 burning he played out In the yard with Ms little brothr and slater and started himself a little playhouse but failed to finish itt that day and wbenthe rays or the kwt Sun was shinning over him on the earth he odd hI wi4 fnish this tomorrow but the little hulhUng will never be tin IrAtcd by the hands that started tt Before the morrows sun had shown U first beams or morning lIghU the last- spark or me had fled and Hubert had gone home to God to live or ever in eternal bliss His remains were laid to read bsides his grandfather In the Cook cemetery We extend our proroundtSt sympathy of the bereaved family Green River RepublicanS SmTIH Notice I3y order or the Ohio County Fiscal Court parUcs owing subtJcrlptions on the Hartford Owensboro pike are directed to call on John T Moore Treasure of Ohio runty and settle same at their earliest convenience Even a FreeTrader Might See it Congressman Clark Is laced with ttt- propositdon that always rises up to haunt FreeTrnde Democrats when they seek to put them ottlllotlva the ories into active practice When such efforts are made It Is uuaily found that the Protective Tariff system ens- blos American growers and manufse tutors to pay Ammooa wages and 00- tinuo In business with a fair profit to themselves It is also usually shown that the first effect or the reduction of a Tariff on nn article on which a Protective Tariff Is needed Is felt by the workingman Even a Free Trade Democrat like Mr Clark will hardly be Willing to see the develop- Ing citrus fruit trade or California wiped out by fording It Into competi tlon with growers who have the financial advantage or the beggarly wages paid the Italiaa pOOl3nr and the west Indian peonsOmnha- DPe Lincolns Address at Gettsburg Fourslcore amt seven yarns ago our fathers brought forth on tide pon- tinenta new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the tpropostlo rJhnt all moo are crootcd equal Now ale are engaged In a great civil wurteat InG whether that uatlon or any nation to conceived and so dedicated can long endure We are met on a great bdtiefdeld or that war We have some to dedicate a portion or that field as a final rosting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live Jt is altogether fitting and proper thtuiwe should do this IDut do n large sense we cannot dedicate we cannot txtnse crate we cannot hallow thIs ground The brave omen living and dead who struggle hero have consecrated It Car above our poor POwer to add or do tract The world will little note nor tong remember what we say here but it can never forgot What they did here It Is for us the living rather to be dedicated hero to the unfinished work which they who rodgh hero have thus far so nobly advanced It is rather for unto here dedict- to the great tunic remaining before us that from othee honored deed wo take ncreesed dVoto to that cause for whteh ahergavre they last full zpea8ll1eor dertitt4on t we hero resolve tnat those dead shall not have died In vain that this via tlon under God shnl have a new birth ot tidusn and that the Government ot the people by the pea pe and for the people sba1J La pqr lab from the earth iTHE GUN NT on LonliAtud lil lCross SeOtifof H 4PShowingTurbine r Volanst 1atonte baying npb med on it ln Uoountrl09 Hiram let741nxlm gave m kdearonstratlap Bxpitna Uon sBently of bra iendug device for rifles before a large nutter of- nowapaporu end scientific publliatloas By the use of a GlDboxt e Sn Tenor made a series otentsby thing a varlet or rife8ramging- In power from a twentytwocaltbei up to the lOw Springfield t1IrIy caliber military tine 1l1IeYJ wfiredb- othwf h GUld wttaotib tile silencer and the spoctaitoraor perhaps It- mghb he better to Y auditorsmarv- eled at the effect or the ttW device It Is said sclentltte theta slow tbat 90 per cent or the noise oe eplcsion Is ellminated The silencer is n metal tube about seven lnchete tong and an lurchand a quarter In diameor whdhcan be- r4tened qblckly to the end of n rl fie barrel which has been provided- with a thread for that purpose llI h- ento those who did not kmdw Mr Maxims eecTet lad an idea there WaSI a valve In the silencer whtoh ped the rapid escape or the gases from the end of the oorreL 11 is these gases which cause the noise in fir- Ing Mr Maxim explained that the principle used in stopping or lowing up the gases is that or a negaltlvo turbine and the plOOE6ll fnseffect Is the reverse of that usden driv- Ing boots with a turbine engine There 1s n hole through the oontrior We silencer large enough to permit the easy passage or the bullet As for the gases they are given a rapid ro tart ionby the device which pro vomits tholr escape until this suction has died down Mr Maxim used the atmpo illus trutfon or a Wash basin DT giving a rapid rotary moon to the water it is prevented from escaping through the vent at the botom until the mo tion slackens when it escaped slowly While he aster dzf revolving rapid ly the vent Is open so that a small object would be able to pass through freely without being aotandod tn the slightEst degree The Invedtdon was passed around the room for Inspee tleniIt is declared that the yeloety of the buUe is mot lessened in lit least degree as tile gates huve done fill their work on the proJectijQ before they reach the silencer I Only a little cold In the bleed may be the beginning or an obstinate oose- of Nasal CM lllh Drive out the In vader with Elys Cream Baum applied straight to the inflamed stuffed up alrplSOO PrIce 50q It you prefer to use on atomlzernsk for Liquid Cream Balm Ithas all the gOOd quail ties or the solid form or this remedy and will rid lou of catarrh or bay fever No cocaine to breed a dreadful habit No mercury w dry out the secretion Price 75c with spraying tube All druggists or mailed by Ely Dros 66 Warren street New York a a Our Coat Supply It was jeered at one time that the rate or cool consumption wouh soon outgrow the rate of production and there vms talk of curtailing then use ot coal in funny Industries But the Inventor proceeded to make cowl min Ing machinery which lessened the labor of oxtttottng the row uoctfrom the earth and increased the out lIhopefor the added castor deeper mlnhtg In America coalminrng machinery lies doubled andtriptd the output Aaoai digger cuts andextrouu the cool tram its bed fI8 feat as three or tour skilled miners could formerly do it tala automatically upon cars which swing upward like elevator to the light or day and deposit tho1r content Into chutes Down the sooty rods tumbles to the breakers where it is pounded and broken into sizes suIiai i SURE CURE Fr All DiotS- TOMAQH L1Y a Kfnrt is be for Thence1tanded oa toh waelisry add oomek out et the- otheseetttolie dOeed 1la1l The J1I tiais ktyemsethecountry toBie river or bay where cahalboats are waUng The transference frorilthe ham toodhe batata and from IMboat- to the wholesale and retail desers- coslbardsis performed toma CBI1Y Even wh coal comes lain our pOBleli- 1It is shot down chutes Into he cellar and not carried therein buck ebi and baskets as of od Arndi yet for all thin simplifying of labor this invention of machins fie reduce the dust and aehestohodpttlls coal and we all pray for time tame to come when Its use may be aboliahed- It is not a popular article ooOmDi rc it Is a clumsy and dirty fuel and In the age of Invention and discovery it seems wofully Out of date crt is not new machlnetytolncre the new inaclnnory to iucre6 the out put bat rwe arO longing or btz the discovery or some dev mebttodof obtaining heat and powerGeorgeD- htejbertt Walsh in MIIIreb Lippi- ncotts p a p Youll Enjoy Monte CristO Mllllonshave followed the fortunes of anon Dantes until twist tied the world ftB 9ONR1E OIUBPO but the iwte oat or all Who tiavo seen the play is hardly leas that the eager ness or those Who have not R its hard for a playgoer to ImagIne the efttenb ot the revelation or MOTE CRISTo upon persons In the audi enae who have never soon it Itthere be any such m this commuhitr they vUt have a ohanoo to see theplay- at the Opera House Hartford Wed messday evening March 10 when Freda Jnrads wideb4 sown prodtmtlon of the versions arrangd by Eugene- Moore Will ire pie entedi Mr Moore who Is one or the best Edmond Dan ten living prapared his adoption with great and effective on the stake The Company has been receiving excellent notleea W G Duncan Coal Comyany Moves Chief Office to Greenville The management of the w G Dun can Coal Company of Luzerne and Graham have closed a deal with the ottloen of the Y lf C A here says a Greenville communlcattOIlito the lduhtenburg iA1gUS by the torms- of which the Coal Company bas leas ed for a term of years the enttlre second floor of the new Y M C A building on MainCross street for their chief offices this suit or rooms about five In number Is now receiving the finishing touches or the carpenters and palnk rs and will easily bo one otthe finest suites or offices to be found anywhere saving aU or the modern eonvenlepoe nlelY located and being thoroughly desirable in Inery respeCt Greenville Is pleased to have this large and prbgres- alve Industry locate 1s chief offices here in her midst The Company will take pose 6lou or their now offices on April is Says Kiss is an Intoxicant Rev Henry W Irnnd Or the DIs- dples Church declared In tOO pplpl that there must be no more hugging and kIssing tn life church during ser vices WhY acid Rev Ireland 1 have seen young fellows who come to church for no other purpose that t4 disturb the service dean forward over the back of the pew and press a kites on some fair maidens lips and the smack could be heard oil over the house And that Is not to worst or It The hugging and kllrsing nuIaamce not confined merely to the younger so i but oooahlonally some older per sons have annoyed me In the same manner The kiss Is an Intoxicant and like the saloon must go The nectaret quaffed from the red lips ts more fruitful or consequences than any alcoholic beverage ever dlst43led I Stunk klsSiDg is the most thing a young woman can do and the amount or hugging aud kledng some or our glrs doof our besti families tooIsltenilly n menace to our mtor IILty I have eretiully Inquired Into the matttT and lind tout many young glr a imagine this Is the may to thusbands It muyholpsome bm Idea jug Js not all that In decry 1 LECTRICul- ok tellerbadcrsfor Bud ach f ckaDISIftIadtdMlott Msla4rtatnr HERfsUNTRIES U PORE STAIINF NEW TADIF t Cogntrfes Slid tobe Ktiingh ir- Datfes obt ilea Far Us a It would seeau that countries whoee treaties permit hemm toc1oeoare getting 8drto raise their minimum Tariff rates to correspond with the minimum rates which our mew Tariff law Is expected to carry fliers its nothing unusual in that and noliing- worng iWe are in faotti doing the same thing ourselvuebIt Iii not a maths tor any country to find tault with The only TOpe grounds for complaint is dleaiminatton Same countries now dlser1mins against u- To meet that sltuaUOIl ngreeg its preparing a maximum smite to bo used In ronliat1on It cannon be too ofts1 repcatedtbnt- the oldfuatv Tats of duty on Imports Is a matter wbich country ought to enact and maintain In the solo In teresb pf Its peopbo with no egaar- dwhatevorto other TJrd tntnfmum Tar itt rate in a dual Tariff ought to be the r1ltelit which the country is tail ling Ito admit product tegardi ot origin Teat Is whoa the American plo expea of the coming Cosv glees They are not concerned with the mail mupt sate exopttiattt ba jnrge- enough to secure chiboWnent from other leountrles The anirimum rate Is whet wee staDdi by and It Is open to aU countries of the earthjuttin the Diegley rates are now open It a country cndsusee us It will pay the maximum rate It oJ Don of our bus Ines what rate of duty any other country placed on imports AU rare ask is Iii our goods shall IiTe the same chance B8 those ofoutber coon titles If the mlnimam suites or any other eouxI7 are lower tdiam the in- tereds or Ito people tequlro they ought tobCI raised This la a IProec- tioalet country and We have neither the right nor the disposition to wm plain of any other country Cor Imposing Protective dut1essJroh1bk1ve- 1t I they think best she United Stetes has conspired with Buroposmnations to comPel poor Qiina toievy du ties nO exoeeddng b per cenlOJ our produOs while we f We oheosemay impose duties of 1U0 per cent oIJln- nase goods iIts odaoinree a rascally performance bUt although we join In compelling China to nca Tariff brads m our nterest we have not the slightest SI1amtJon or ourselves sdbuit king to lKct8ttdon We shail fix our duties to suit ourlvcs- Wo shall timid no fault It all others except China do the sameSan Frau deoo hronlole I Time They Did The Now York Times expresses the opinion that the prospect for smashing Protection Is distinct more encouraging from the single tact that an extensive organization or manufactures demdnds a revision of the Thrltf In this no doubt the Times sw1according to Its lights Evidently It does not know that the Tariff ripping tendencies ot the organizatIon alluded to are confIned to a small but domnan coterie ot officials who course in this regnritfanoE approved by a large majority ot the membership Signs ot tht dt pproval are VCIY plentiful with a proepentbhatt they twill become still store visible Clt the next ann M election Tie real Protection- Ists of the Natlonaf Asaoclation of- Manutactur ere as We are informed are getting ready to resume control or the acts and deliverances of he ass- oclation itje time they Wd A Reliable Remedy Cream Balr Is qukklfebsorbd GlesRsllei at Ones soothesbealsi the diseased membrane 1eault1n from Catarrh Ind drives away a Cold in the Head quickly Restores the Senses of I Taste and Smell FulIs li GO 9tatrui centsEly B CATARRHNAY illusWi4IotaS frthdJs U Quaraatd ffJ J Lt TUeHIOIl lliI oJ L irJItIDlCIll FtiJi7f 1j60F5LESSONSINfow DDRIS BOW JNG GREISUSINISSjUNIVERSI c 15OW Gb R1EN r tf 4 J fl t I r c r 6 I J J U 1 i 1 O S4IJi fJ l O tdBussafrry tIS aHlrs I AflETf SMITH if AitQRN y AT Lbw- I HARTFORD KYiIWI11 practice their profession In all till atierr t- tentloa given to al UalneH8fltri1IteclIto tfielr care C UectioBS and thePedd tlce aof Criminal and heal Sitate Law spetiaiUo L Office its RtpUbUea build lab I FRANK L FI LIX Attorney atLawHA- RTFORD KY Will practice h14 profession to ohlo and adjoining eountlell In the Court of tppeale iCriminal practice arid Col- lectlona a Specialty Office In the Her aid building B RWEDDING Attorney at Law IiA1tTFORD ICY- Will practice In the State and Federal Court Proaeculea clalBUlfoT penstrale JAlo J Office over Wm1am Drug Store IfIUEAVRIN UNg8i YodDWil- tlHEAYRIN AWOODWARD- G torfe is atauHARTFORD KY Will practice their pafeeatoa sall the courts ot Ohio county and givenface next door to Dank of Hartford 1 YANCY LKOIJLEYI ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY wilt practice his professIon ta all the Courts ot OhIo and adjoining counties ud In the Court of Appeal Also Notary Public Office over First National Dank WDB4INR 8A INDER80t BARNES 1c AND RSOK Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD = KY r theyhaveUcot Law In all courts State andFedb era with offices south sIde of JlaIn street opposite Court House Hartford K7 Abstracting Titles and litigation aUecUlll Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention NotarY In office W HI BARNES B A ANDERSON JOBN D WILSON CIU8HCUOWFI WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio emb adjoining unties and In the Court or AppElll Special atbentfoa given to lj011Ma1n J iL 1 I TftADI MA apro pW sa TNTTHATapwMNa 1IotIjtrovlo mo rpoeoaPAISINIItrIINCC loetr0oMeao rroer6b f1Wnta wilt tot l tWAaHINOTONDOt r t KILLi1tCOUCH ANiCURE LUNCi WtHIrKilYr1l New DisCor ltltloaEvilrN i tMm lTlfRGAT AND LUNSTOUEPL I IATIBPAOTOOIIONAZUUNDID M j A 9CUouPEFtedde =Ir dAa boW 10 ebWa iMMaK v4 mlt eonrtcIN AUCOUNTIUIS firedf t4rh Washy qSs t HflIIIN I WrUeor that sit lefrlagessiotlia Ezsl6dwire taniwss etAiW s k hart I WAIIIINSTON5C iW1SllINhTON IN- NKE TUEKYHISTORY John W Townsend Writes Ofthe Footprints i Of the Father of His Country UPuour States I History Monroe and Roesevalt were the only chief exeouUvee of rate United StMea- who have ever tfJclailyvislted Ken tuckywhile occupanta the President iatohair ot course Jackson and Polk were obliged to peas through this state on lhelrwayyto aid from their Tennessee homes und Omnt occasionally ran down from tho Capitol to oOvtngton Kentucky to spend a few days with + hia agod parents But wshingtoneetayla more interest4ng and was for more profJtable to the DlTie Grass ihun were the visits of any of the dorogoing men getwee111770 and 1772Oeorge Wash l a fJOOre of years before bewas elected President surveyed 2084 acres of tend for John Fry stretch access the Big Sandy River Into thpresent State of Wet Virglnla- anlt Kentucky and embracing the lit tl own of Louisa In Lawrence ooun- tyKentuckY Upon one tltihe corner treeS be cut two Words G W For- nearly 90 years until destrcyodl dur IDCJ war tJween the lt e4 the reGlOrd of tons ylslt this State wan preServed In angibe form He later eunveyod another great tract offsnd Fry on the LlttleSand7 1u5Hednietenmiles from tho mouth In the present county of Greenup The patent or these lands was fa sued by Great Brittain and U Js fI- naitr fell Into Pohe possession of Rich ar0eoaApperson ot Mt Sterling Ken tusk who carefully preserved It un tl1vhls death ngton was unanimously elected Presidont In 1789 KentuckY eras notthen dathe Union eo of oours had 110 No Theftrst State that ho recommended to CoDgreEU for ndmJs 8108wae Kentucky He did this In DeOOmber 1790 and In the allowing Fobruany an act to Ws end wus passed I and rgoeived the Presidents ig- I nature Washington was again mum lmolBlY reelected in 1793 and K 8tour elootaral votes were cast tar himby Charles Scott BenJamin Logan Motley Oonn and Richard C AndersonA months lateI DerncriiUc so B were organized at Lexington par 800 Georgetotra with the view to oppose Washtngtoos adminlstra- tlon fibs Lexington society resolved Than the right tthe people on the WILt of the Mseiesippl to Its navigation ls undoubted and ought to bee permptbr1 demandbd of Spain by the United States government The Kentucky ACademy which was later one of the two sehoolathatwvas consolidated to from rrransylvanla University 1mB bllahed In tbq year 1796 under Presbyterian usplcl6 Commissioners were sent East wbero obtained 10090 for its endowment Aaron BurT 1bed 40and John Adams Robert tD orris and Washington 8lVeIQO each trooPresl dentrecelved the cpninalanere 017- 0o Uy and e great interest In Kemtuckyy tut st W theGeneral Aesembly desires to taimortalize n naD tiles uamo a towel rCO torlilm and for tear this would not be gntto clear or that an error might creep in they hrJt- en d bo ha COUOAI and a town In honors of the great Virginian Tile old village of Washington m MCoon ty aid the county of Washingtoo of- wblvSpringfield is the eouayt seat are 3beplacee In U1 former Albetx Sidney Johnson was born February 2 1802 and the tatters most ddsti- ngutshedctlzenwas Felix Grnmd- yaahisgfoa tded 14 01499 tm6Wliere was t e mbitrning colons sincere anl1 Kentucky The Ken tuQky Gazette reproduced int issue- o4iaswary 9 1800 the Wing Jrl- bueJrOm ells iDaltkn rmTelegrapht- r whoever they are and whatev er part of the world reside mum1WIU1ufJ tbdeath of toe friend to 1lberty and man she lIvl urol- htJ coitetap ibhe defender of tier ridrrte the warrior thestaf eswanand- thr4vvivats lzJ1Who never- ewerved from the pathaof ractItude ih1tii time of duty Jieer srrdgatedtsl- i4s llun le powrepR7dough- placed in 8ItMttklDk vo dlt sad e tended tothepUbtio BoodIdremQr19eaiYdaetoaheen d t Itw8remIlr n lie tQ sAtergpt todelineateall hhqRlr- tueablmhtsgretat manHt ane pap r- Iiarltgrph eta thosesnce miUMI11f1el w1tbte ipartioiara tC e lie rwe- s the t ekf enumeaaiiug eachl- p rweylsrvaac14 ce hie o tte ba- do record fa general testis the QIl so UMye1Aaltyt Te yi prCtN j i I I ilijI 7f i ed whether In qubl4e or retired life In the field in the tbinetr or as a private tndh1dualo th9 ommunltJy ho commanded universal admirationn and eeteem1n every sense ot the word boiWl1s a tnan and beloved by every clam of onvn that have heard- the name ot WuhtnpoD February 22 1832 was the canton nlal anniversary of his Ibtfith and no State celebrated it With more reepoct than Gear later the Kentuckyiieglslature requested the greatest ot our Governors John J Crittenden to have a bock ot Ken tacky marble Placed in the Washington monument the copier stone of which had beenlald in 1848 These words Were cub upon tt Under the auspeoles of Heaven and the preoopts ot Washington Kentucky will be tae last Ito give up the Union And a- dootde later after a desperate strug gao she made thIs declaration his tory JOHN WILSON TOWNSEND 4 A Hurry up Call QuickI Mr DruggistQulcklA box of Duck1ens Arnica SalveHeres a- quarterFor the love ot Moses hurry Babys burned blmselfterrJbyJohn- we cut his toot with the axefumle- scaldedPo cant walk for pilesHe hmJ toileand my horns ncha She got It and soon curd all the family Its the greatest heeler onc1rtJh hold by all druggist m HDMEMADEMIXTURE TO END RHEUMATISM Simple Advice and Directions to Prepare Effective Medicine To eve the worst formS of Rlhe- umatJ take u rLoospoonful of the following mixture after each men and at bedtime Fluid EXtraCt Dandelion onehatf ounce Compound KnrgmJ one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsnparilia three ounoes These harmless Ingredients can ho obtained from our home druggists and are easily mixed by shaking them well In a bottle Relief Is jgEmPmUy felt from the fIrst few doses Reisprescrdption toroes the clogged up Inactive kldreps to tutor and strain from the blood the poisonous waste mwt end uric add which causes RheumatismAs Is not only the most painful and torturous disease but dangerous to life this rumple rOcofpxi will no doubt be gretly valued by many sufferers here at home Who should nt once prepare the mixture Ito got this relief It is SLId that a poison who would take this prescription rags laxly a dose or two daily or even a tow times a- work would never have serious KId- ney or Urinary disorders or Rheumatism Cut this out and preservo it Good Rheumatism prescriptions whlebroal ly relieve are scarce Indeed and when you need it you want St bad lye Wild Dogs is the Most Feard Beasts in South Africa tTho wild dogs of Africa are more feared by phe natives than any other beasts for while they are no tto be dignified by the term of game they run in packs and seem to know that too native Is ufiuid of them iVa live burdenbearers will often take their chances In passing around a buffalo herd and will hardly notice a lIon but when they hear tOO hOwl of the wtJd dogs they drop whoteVer they may be balancing on their heady and take to the trees There they fU frequently held captive until their cries summon assistance Crossing tnletrlalot large game these dogs oftew Interfere with the PW8uIt At a dInes the hunter Js likely to mistake them tor leopards ot some of the smaller game In ten dieut tbBows the wounding of f1 wild dog for thou according too the othies of the chase the true tort must pursue and kill the beasts Pheee doge are not degm- eratee but are aatutul mongrels They have lOw bodies covevtsdl with ha1rof OOaclidI1g growth bushy tails and poterful jaws From M- eClHeiMa uti1e Night on l3aldMountaln Qn a lonnty night Alex Denton of Font DdwardN J cmba t Bald h4oun- lain to the home ot a neighbor tor- ttsier byAthma kept onctuing hI1U with Dr Kings New Discovery that had cured himself of athanafIluit wonderful medicine soon relieved andI quickly cured his aelghbor Lmett it cured Bile sons mite ot a EQvere lung tttoubleMillione iiadevo Itsthe ret= test TflrotfangLunli ogre on EaJith Coughs Cblde Uii hemorrhages Sore Lungs are surely cured by Gr1pandIWh l 4 II J 1t itt LjI FINE PERRCS WITH XRAYS Do The Big Fisheries of Ceylon How Science is Saving Vast Labor in Search For Precious Gems Pearl Fishing Is QI0 very latest in- totustry snake use of Xrays Hither to the process of obtaining pearls has boon extrMa8llUltly wustoful of the oysters for until the shells were opened andthe oysterki led those was no means of ascerroJniniWhother they contained pairlra or not In Coylou the chief pearl fishery of the world the Immortal custom has boon to dredge up the oystensopen them and throw them into 0 receptacle there to decay Theo number of eheile wrmch contain pearls Is only a small proportion of the totnl number gather ed but all mueb perish in this methodical devastation lMer the oyl rshave decayed for n cortaln time they are pooped for a certain time they aTe heaped up don frOUgts and rinsed In sea water This washing carries off moat of the fish and being repeated sovoml tiim0s leaves a sedi mono in the troughs mhls is IeXamln- ecI carefully for pearls The shells are also examined for the meJorlty- of the pearls OIletounddn the shreds of flesh Whloh adhere to the shells IIIh prooaas nod only wastes the oysters wbtch contain no pearls but which if allowed to ilive mtghta sooner or later beta hem but it wastes the small seed pears wvtioh U left in the sera WOuld grow to a size that Would make them valuable It hu al so this greab inconvenience that the smell about the fisheries Is not only Intensely disagreeable but OrlOOIPro duothe of petellence TJIanllilhcs who have to WOrk In the yutmigdng maSS are exposed to wounds from oho sharp edges of the shells and these wounds frequently become poisoned The con sequences is that the pearl fishers have often Perished by thousands iron epidemics of such diseases us cholera In 1901 Dr Raphael DuboLs Profes sor of Oomparatho Psiolcgy at true University of Lyon wU known for his writings on marine biology found er and Director ot the laboratory a Siax and of the experimental station at TamarJs near rIoulODl exhibited to the Unnean Socoy at Lyon rodlogr phs of a fresh water mussel showing the pearl insIde It Five yaws later In the PJ1nJs de Tier at tile Ooloolal Exposition In Marseilles Dr Dubois exhibited a unique collection Ot pearls and pearlobearlng shells wdti which he showed a rudlog1aph of no Olna iese pearlbearing oyster with a mag nifioent pearl inside This Is the red ograph whiobuds reproduced herewith John Salomon an Amorlean olecti cal engineer saw these radiographs and divined the tiossiblltbles they contained He woof to Tanmris and studied pearl culture under Dr Dubois who had truD8Planted large quantities of oysters from Ceylon and Tunis Then lie wenttb Ceylon and began put ting Into practice the rodlogmphlng of oysters Ho bunt Mmselt aouee on the deserted Island of Ipantdu In an Immense hay bordered Iby ooooanu and spicebearing trees As fast as the fisher Ibrtngs in too oysters to him they are ranged do trougbdb each containing 100 and uoo taken kb the Xray room In den than a minute 60 batches ot 100 each am photo graphed Those which contain pearls large enough to bt of value are open ed at once while those yJooh contain none are leaSt back Into thasea The shells which contain seed pearls are carefully deposltedt do a marked area pf the bay called the nursery them to remain until suoh time as 2Iq Salomon thinks their pearls oovo attained sufficient 8fOWII1 rrhua no oysters or pearls at washed Pearls are the product lOt a special secretion found only dJlo dew mollusk among which ane mussels of riverbeds and the many varieties of marine oysere Their origin bas never been authoritatively explained for loorned men dlsgree about It One of the beat opinions l that pearls era a sort otefSb handeaed by oaicifIaatlon and due perbapsto a small parasite Thoy are generally found du the fleshy part of the oyrier which tie known as the mantle A City of insane One of hemo remarkualo places In Europe otwMoh no tourist on plea urn boat ever takosnotieosays awr1- ter is a J3ern paper is the otty of the Inssno 1byWblob name llhoeb near Antrnarp hlra been known for generwtlons tAbout 1600 men and women algpot- ed with laseiey tat aUJti form live- there and have aI pPTMIDgaS h8oIguests ofrhe tnbab1tanfs who Wi by expeeeaoe how to treat t r J the unfortunate ones Jul the streets fn the paces of amusemont thocafes the waorkshops these patients may Ibe rewrtThe board ranges from 240 to 2400 mvks a yeah and no matter how thu l rhe amount may be tho patient 1 alwttp the favored member of the family He tins the first right to the most comfortable chair and the hood the tabs belOngs to Mm lie re calves tile most attention and this he lents o appreciate and to endeavor- to maintain by living down his Ul- ne6fl ben the children know how cYtnnt the demontett people The iniercus ones are sent to another Sottjement and to tnsltutons ItJs wonderful how considerate careful nnd kind Ute simple peeps are toward- their charges and n peep Into the community would probably terrfiy phy slcJaDs who had newer heard of and could not appreciate the good which is being done to this City ol the Insane Dr A D James Congratulated CongressmaUl A D James successor will have to get a hustle on It he I1OCOmlishes os much In the O1stCon grass as did Doctor James In the 6th for the old soldiers of the Third Die trlot The records show that Con- gressomu James husdono more by way ot haYing increases allowed the sot doors of the Olcil War by special legislation and otherwise in Ids district than any ot his Democratic predecessors null a Iglanoe at the records Indicate that Democratic members Qf Congress from that District have Bhow very Utte interest So those woho tougH to save the union Doctor Janus is resolving congratulations from cons tuentsln nJl his counties on the splendid work he has done and for the many useful things accomplished for hIs people In Muhlenburg The ironworkers have arrived from Peoria Ill and active work has been commenced on the large steel tipple ot the Kentucky Midland Cool Company six miles wet lot hereon the new Kentncky Midland railroad now in running order some distance between the city and Mudiaon vllleWe understand that arrnnSmeilts are under way to pipe gun from the Glsh wells on the north edge ot this city fno the city IlS soon us ground conditions and weather permit rrhls will be a great benefot to the city be cause hire gas can be used for fuel nnd manufacturing purposes tie well as lighting 1Vlifg line become or that project to build nn oectrlc line from here to the Dlute on Green river It would undoubtedly prove a paying invea- tnient A tine picnic ground and sum mer garden could be made at the lliult which could be reached iby boat from up and down the river os well as by electric cars from this city Drakesboro has taken another atop forwardItnow has an opera house and several good companies have already ben booked Drnkesbou has some live uptodato people and rthey aim to get their town everything that Is worth having- Considerable damage was done by Tuesddye rainstorm along the Une of the now Kentucky Udnndl railroad At Midland the big dasiireoently bull to make a lake of ten acres broke and the rushing water dId consider able damage The Cool Company will rebuild the dam at once Little old Goose creek ibOOk of tlle- Sandll3ky House got on a high las t Tuesday morning and tried to cover the earth tune near doing it too It the railroad Droodstrocwt 1n1d0D Lane Locust streetJ and thereabout Is the earth M Robrsetons cornet on Locust street the rwater was over a foot deep and meat was sold outo- Keowns t market at the end of a fslh- ingpole through a back window A platform wagon was brought Into req- ufslUon1o reecuo the ladleslrom the Central City laundry and the Fortney offices A washout oocurrd on tho- L N track south ol the depot and the morning northbound train was held up for some Una Goose creek was ona tear sure r A party JJt young peolilecchaperonod by 1r and Mrs Wm SargentI wok a trip through the mines here day night 18th all report a most pant time barring the stubborness ot the mule who at one time struck for a lighter load as the two car trai- on wMoh21o wvus chief cook and boW9 washer WU loaded to the rims fTuae composing the party Were Misses Mildred and Anna RlggsMyr tie and hazel Anderson Inn and Ma bet Paxau It1ryiHngeman Azzlo Nails Messrs Joe PUlman Roy Drown Hokor Clarke Arthur Wells Pete Brown Carl Green and Bon null AlIa Bryant Cundiff Who battled the par ty through nd Pro to show thorn aroyal time dlfartin Ionagha n was also try a large maJorityr as ho dutnished lunch which conels ted offa dipg of cakes all wish to thank JUUISupt iMr Alexunder far hiss kindness In allowing them the pleasure ofdfie trip es ltJ88 fade d R treat r a11Muhies burg Argus a + 4 + IrM 14 ++++++i+lliMl4 ITHE KENTUCKY Power Co INCORPORATED + WILL WIRE YOUR KOUSE AT GOS1 i OLEANfELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN I REACH IE G BARRASS Manager t I + ++ + + O + + LADIES TAKE A LOOK AT THE tgog NAT The Cabriolet Successor to the Merry Widow Is Sunbonnet Sublimated Get a Cabriolet and he In style Tube Oabrlolo3 Is not a now kind of taxicab its a hat It represents In com oelte form the combined genius of that organization of artistic prodi gies the National Association of Retail Milliners One was on exhibition yesterday when the semi annual open hag began ot the Palmer House It was surrounded all day by a group ot admiring women Some of them called It a poem others said It USa door Those who know told their friends that it was tho very newest ot hat contecUonsthe Cabriolet The Cabrlolot despite the fact that It Is a hat has some of the dominant eharaoeristfcs of the rob fami ly It yawns in front and flaps at the sides just us the common or boa going rob does VIE wed at a distance It bears a general resemblance to the top of the cab us vulguros or village hack Its the sunbonnet subllmtted- It looks like n carriage top done Into peltry Cabriolets wn1 be decorated swklh wildflowers fruit and treat vegetables Therewith be no poultry this year The Audubon Society Idown on toot kInd of thing and society ms taken a virtuous turn this year lDut of the other kinds ot produce will bo tiiare eom tossels and cherries spinach carrot tOIlS and grapes The Merry Widow according to those In charge of the opening is to remain with us So also Is the mush room If posslble they will be Merry Waddler and 3fushroomier than ever but that the milliners explain is tLhe last gasp The Merry Widow Is on her way She will be soon In the limbo of forgotten things with the the crdnollnet ro steel corset and other relics of our buddlllg civilization TIle tendency is hat extremes is to meet the mcdias declare trho mis sing link Is the Dutch bonnet It Js pre tY mod tshrln1dng Itrepresents all that the mushroom should be and Is not It Is the epitome of repressed art In the world miLlinery The Milliners Association this year has adopted as its llwhoopsDenth to the factory made hat Thisia not because the milliners have anything agaInst the factory owners or the I1d0IJ1toomary very year to have some a warwhoop and besides the factory- mnde hat to not artistic Incident ally also It Is cheap A cheep hat the visitor can discover in one visit to the opening Is the most ignoble known of creation Tomorrow right the association will soslatynet the Merry Widow and the Mush room will be among those present ofnhats of less degre Pure Air Made to Order A lOOn of solstice in Berlin has xak en to tunnlg ordla1 sir through a mwhlne to make better stuff tbbrea the of It Not satisfied that the ate mosphero whloh maure furnishes for the purpose s all that lit shbud be he has undertaken Ito ttnake of dot amore ncooptablo and useful and valuable human ass Tie only queer thing about the matter too is that he lsl1QOOmpllshlng Fworybaly knows that oxygen in our air Is a good thing IttJs possible to gib too much of it like other good tlrlogs but there is compamt4 voly little suUrlng caused among members of the human race just at this stage of the worlds Ufeby a superabundance ot this particuhu de desirable In fact sometimes W seems as many of us were trying to see how little of It we can assimilate without actual asphyxiation instead of enjoying a fun measure as one ot the luxuries of existence But It Isnt always our own fault it seems and thats Why the Berliner Dr Fischer by name a member of the faculty of the famous Berlin University has produced his invention It is no news to the world that the oxygen In our air Is mpab1 of being changed Into a thing called ozone a mighty enemy ot bacteria- and other things inimical to human lungs and human blood destroyer of bad smells and powerful purifier in general Sunlight itself by constantly producinG the stuff In dilute form disinfects dnilyl and hourly to Q de gree the air wo breathe Tile trou ble Is that WG have too little sun because of our smoke and our dust and our roots under which we stay too largo a proportion of the time when the ozone producer Is working Go With a Rush The demand for that wonderful Stem ash Liver and KIdney cure Dr Kings New Lifo PllsIs astonishing at all druggists say they moves saw the like Its because they never fall to cure Sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion Billousness Jaundice Sick Hood nch Chills and Maluraa Only 25c at all druggist rid The Ordinary Lion and the Man Eater There Is a dlstlnotion In Africa between ordinary lions and manrot- em The ordinary lion does not wit fully attack man The prosenee of lions roaring at night on the veldt Is not disturbing to any native nor to whItes who have conic to under stand lie beast Persona returning to their camps after nightfall do not notice the roaring or dons or the cries ot leopards and hyenas It is seldom that 100110 beat upon domestic er rands carry weapons In lie darkness although fit night the veldt of British East Arica is alive with roaming beasts which may be heard from the verandas of the houses Lions give the passing man a wide broth day or night when it Is apparel t that he moons no mischief An ordinary lion oven when wounded with trY fight before light When Its escape Is disputed it will especlaly if wounded try to maul Us enemy with tooth and claws A lion hunt Is usually achase In which the hunters goad the game into combat Once a lion has tasted human blood however It Is no more afraid of man but looms that he is the weakest of animals and the choic est of moot Such a lion Is known as no manofOter because now ho hunts man From Mccluree Magazine TVDoatnoss Cannotbe Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion or thecar There is only one lwuy to cure dootnea and that Is by constltutdonai reme dies Js counsel by nn JnBamcd con dies Deafness Is counsel bY an inflamed condition of the mu cous lining of the ustadhbm Tube When thiS tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect lrI-ng and when it is a 1trey1 closed Deal nose Is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to U normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out ot ten are caused by Catarrh which Is nothIng but an Inflamed qon- dltlon ot the mucous surface We will Give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls catarrh Cure Send tw clrcula free FJ CHeney Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 760 Take Halls Family Pills tor consl- paion rid I 1 1r l r I 4 The most and healthful of baking powders Its use in every American household its sales allover the attest its wonderful popularity and usefulness p x INTEREST CENTERS ON CROWE TRIAL Continued from First Page e andtfendants the next day Roy Crowe ano finer defendants was then called and corroborated the state ments of Lfge and Murray Crowo sub stantially Mrs Powers another witness for tho defendant stated tout Mrs Wade wife of the deceased told tier that site quit her work and went to ohe field the day her husband was killed for the purpose of preventing any trouble between her husband and the Crowes- tnhis completed the evidence in1 the case The argument began aU 215 oclock each side being allowed one and one half Ciours Argument was rom pleted at 515 yesterday afternoon and the Jury began deliberation a few minutes latter COURT BREVITIES The following Is the personal of the grand Jury for tho term J L Render ago 60 Baptist Dem ocratW D Kirk age 45 Methodist Re publicanMorgan Ashley ago 38 Methodist Democrat n H McDowell age 55 Baptist in belief Democrat J W Carter age 49 Baptist iu belief N Uoodall age 40 Baptist in belief Democrat G L Geiger age CG no religion DemocratA Williams nge 67 Baptist DemocratE Smith ags 57 Methodist RepublicanAllison Haynes foreman age 56 Baptist Democrat j P L Wood clerk nge 49 Baptist in belief Republican- J M Vincent sheriff age 43 Bap tist Democrat- The following named gentlemen have been empaneled as petit Jurors for this term Ulll Bean Ernest Brown J D Duke 0 P Brunton Ceo II Ashby Win C Fulkerson W C Knott C It Ashby A L Vincent Peyton erty P B Taylor Alvis Carter Ru fur Carter W H Bean John sey Andrew Addington A L Maddox and Leslie Ward The cases on the first days docket wore disposed of as Russellifiled away with leave to reinstate on motion of or County AttorneyComth vs Herman Bryant same order Corn Ui vs May Forman stricken from tho docket The following cases were continued for process Comth vs James Espy 4 cases R W Ragland F D McNnlly Otis Daugherty E B House Will Emnsti Ramie Bunlotte S M Phillips B cases Louis Davis Smith Mlles D Powers et al W V Mldkiff et al a LouisgIton Jobe Wilson The following Corith j cases haves been dismissed j7 Comth vs l1rsU Whalln Tilll Bean G F Clmpman 2 cases Ed Wallace E Sopher jLH E R R Co 2 cases Oscar McDanlel Comth vs John McDanlel B cases set forward to Thursday 4th day Comth vs John Geary continued l Tho following seven cases were passc ed Comth vs Flora Burden Everett Webster Tom Cralmn IItinEldert jlowsDayE et al h I C R R Co vs O S Bond et al Mr and Mrs M F Crumley vs I C R hCo Daycillis to Monday 7th DayK 1 J J I Ludeiia Franco admrx viSL C R C trt tft W viP j 4m J4INVPoWpErt 1 highly refined constant almost world Independent- L DaughI ncoo1J Commonwealth Commonwealth Commonwealth R Co J T Davis vs Broadway Coal Mining Company George Deuo vs Broadway Coal Mln Ing CompanyTuesday 8th Day M F Sharp vs H D Moorman c Bank of Hartford vs LWBrown 0 Wednesday 9th Day C A Crowe ct al vs M H E- RRCo The Jury trials on the first and soc end days have been disposed of as follows R B Canary vs Town of Fords vllle verdict of the Jury for defend antThedocla Hale et al vs Town of Fordsvllle verdict of Jury for defend ant Same verdict InD S Hale vs Town of Fordsvllle Quigg Manufacturing Co vs S M Burgess Co Referred to arbitra tors Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Rebecca WdlUams deceased are hereby notified ito pre sent same to me properly proven on or before April 1st 1909 or same will be forever barred ToMs March 1 1909 T H BENTON Admr- Oen1Ortiown Ky 1 r CENTRAL GROVE March 2lUsses Sadie Hocker and Aldah Park have gone to Louisville to engage In millinery Mr JOB Cooper who has been eon fined to his room for nearly six months Is Improving very slowly Mr and Mrs E R Bishop are the proud parents of n 9y pound girl Mrs Nancy Faught Is visiting in Ccnitartown the guest of Mir and Mrs U S Faught Miss Dona Cooper Is the guest of her sister Mrs WH Smith MoHenry Dr C G Crowder and wife of Mercer Ky vlsltled Mra Crowders parents Mr and Mrs S T Brown re centlyMr L B honey celebrated his flf tytelghth birthday Sunday Feb 28 Mr Guy Statjer and tomllyvMcHemry were In the community Sunday Mire Geo Brunton Williams Mines spent Monday at Mr D M Parks Mr Noah Rowe is abe to be out again after an attack of la grippe Mrs L L Afihby who has been dan gerously 111 Is some beer Mrs J E Ashby Is on the sick list CERALVO March 4Mastor Owen Jones who has been very sick Is improving Sir and Mrs Warren Drown and Mr and lifts Lonule WitUnow Equall ty attended she meeting here Hast weekMessrs E W Smith and P L Wood went to Hartford Sunday Mr Willie Rowe has snored to the taut Betsey Castiblor farm Mr W H Morris was In Hartford Tuesday and Wednesday The religious revival here still con tinuos with much good to fife church and about twenty conversions Green river is high but is about on stand r ROSINE March 2 Farmers are busy burning and sowing their tobacco beds Miss Jessie Raley is teaching a- pring school at this place IMr Harry Cummings Is on the sick rub this wrKlng Mrs John Leach has pneumonia JIm Cusobler began a proiracted meeting at Fairview Paso Sunday Rev Bailey will begin a protracted imeedng at ribs ptace next Sunday We are going to have two at this place one will be a Onristlan church and the other will W Methodist Mr John Stewart and family otI visited Mr Tom Cox and feral lea UiLiihlay night and Sunday sIr Tuioiurttm Ragland and family visited Tom Hines and family lust Sunday Mr fTom Ragland and wife visited Mrs Raglands parents Mr and Mrs VI rgtfStewart and family last Sunday Tom limes sad family Nemmo west MpndaySerionl t fT c or 11 1j I IJu HQrtW LL 4 2rand MriI Dsu son pwfc Sunday with Ml aisdlts 13enrymratma Mr Wni ltuaeetlrpen- Tay wifonioon with MWIWisClls mother Mss Nancy Rttseallwt Airs Cite Ford and diigkt 5fay speak Thursday evening 1st SlmCfiarah Uunfey1 hltrsNancYatte Carrie Russell is spending a week with her grand rrMrs Jiaa Roberson xiMrs Bessie Williams spentt rhurs jI41t16been 111 lor some time Is not any bier14- Mr jhn Dawell Ued at Mr Layton Williams Sunday r Mra Theodora Rumen to sick at this writing of Mr Mien Mason of Bchpla j vlslitd his parents Mr and Rfers t MflohelJ Mason SnwrduY and Sunday Mls Maggie Williams went to Rochester Thursday j f t- Mr T A Smith visited his sister Mrs day tam Vllllams too4 iVt Mr Jim Williams caano grind on siuroirudedaooountof with wader ii CLEAR RUNj Merch2Pho farmers are beginning to stir toot and prepare for smoker crop The marriage of Mid Ada May Com born of Mt Morlar and Mr Ira Grey of this place took place Sunday afternoon at two oclock at the home of the brides grand paretJB Mr and Mrs Jacob Welter in the presence of a few relatives and friends Rev R E Fuqua performing the ceremony Rev Fuqua was also called ibo Whites vilte Monday afternoon to marry a couple and was the guest of his ipar ems his motheor being ill Mo Jesse Taylor wife and daughter Jessie visited Mrs Taylor1 elsber Mrs 0 R Tlnsley Saturday night and Sun day air Frank Travis and family of the Washington neighborhood visited his sister Mrs Bill Nlcketsoa Saturday night Misses Dora and Hattie Stewart were tho guests of relatives and friends in the Barn rtiB Creek neighborhood Sunday Blaster Lee Johnson visited Qlrs L Trogdon Saturday night and Sunday Nan L C and Mrs Cia Hoover visited Mrs O R Tinsley yesterday Mr Willie Stewan wont to Hartford yesterdayRev E Fuqua and family and Miss Beatrice Newoom and Mb Joe Evans spent Sunday with MoKelvle Murray and family dies Thomas Smith of Who rwBflfelng ton neighborhood was the guest of Mil- L C Hoover One day last week Mr and Mrs A E Steward spent Sunday with Mr toe Wnltvaker and family of Burnetts Greek Mass Meeting Called MagisIed to meet in mass convention Sat urday March 13th at Cromwell Ky at 10 oclock a m for the purpose of considering the following resolutions adopted by the Plnchcco Local K S of E We shall expect a large attendance as this is of great importance Resolved That the President of Cromwell District Union A S of B be requested to call a mass meeting of the members of the A S of E to beheld at Cromwell Saturday March 13 for the purpose Of considering the tobacco warehouse proposition id- evolving a definite plan by which we may buy or build und designate the place therefor 1 a L STEVErSII JIL ALLENO Committee E W JACKSON Pres H C TAYLOR SeeyA KEOWN Pres Cromwell Dlst Unlon Rural Carries Meet The Ohio County Rural Carriers Aft soclatlon met in Beaver Dam Ky on Feb 22 1909 House was called to order by the President H F Lowe with a slice talk in regard to the object of the jnodiimg The foBowinfe order by the president H F Lowe J E Davidson Seth Moseley Win A Bashtun R H Taylor C D Ohick and D L Miller Motion wade by J E Davidson for the President to appoint a commlitroa on resolutions and the following wpre appointed Wm Basham Cb Chick and iK L Miller who submitted the following The R D Carriers ot Ohio county In convention assembled passed the following resolutions Resolved That we deplore the pres ent system of working our public roads and ask our county judge to try to appoint competent road overseers and to do all in his power to better our road Resolved That the curlers do vadubt they can to give the patrons good service and that the patrons do what they can to help the carrlersespeciai supplystamps of theio t on ua- f I H If ftqJ ii 1 1 i- I tAr1yIfl 7 I think rru rtottid r tof rpoo nhsed I- txyyq L d Qillfo M the cite 1rt rfef fe rrsiqa tnfenaaoa- horsep w4 tiiifk we frtioutd tte iallo rthe Dane Heeoled tWewMk au- thorlklw ftftit tortiHb A neite t frontlae abuseof yriH we oc a pln Resolved Tiwtbotli kniroouBty pflr pees bftlmI81iednCoIYoftheee resolutions as well as the it F D News lAdJoiirBed to meet at some future time HF LOWE Pros DL MliJLER Be- tCENTERTawn Marches ReV 0M Shultz Hans ford dpllrenedAvery interesting and- impressiveseralion hve Sunday night Revs R D Bennett Hartford and W A Muter Seiuree Ky closed a proVraotod meeting here Jtihe 24 of deb- It was the best tyork We Lava had in the way of TOV vate for 20 years EdfMoMlHari and boh Roy and W C Smith were In Bowling Given Jaai xje1o A B Porter Hartford ramie down and purchased It beautiful town lot and will ptoce neat cottage om It in a abort time U O Vaalhi is confined SohlB be1 with rheumatlem Miss Laura McPherson is prepar- Ing to visit her torolher near Owens boro CL Reneer who has been with Render Coal Co tqultlil a while is at home for a short visit O K Rowe and E OT Davis leave opened a fine tonsorial parlor over Mortons drug store Misses Mattle fTichenor and Laura Rowe went to Nashville last Mfcraday B J McKenney is to be a knight ot the grip vety soon- Resolutlons of Respect Atabaska Tribe No 256 Improved Order of Red Men Cromwell Ky Whereas The great spirit of the Universe has seen cause tb call 4rom our hunting grounds our friend and brother Lewis Johnson who was diet 3 April 6 1883 died Feb 32 1909 Resolved That he was a true faith ful and loved member of our raiternlty whoso death has brought upon us 6 sorrow and sadness which wit scarcely be removed during our 4nitfrtng trail of lire That be was a c onslstont and devat ed member that he was active and earnest in aiding to inculcate the true principal of Redmansblp by walks our members wore made lid and nobler That the Tribe has lost a true and loyal Chief tho community an honor ed citizen his wife a loving and du tiful husband That we tender our sincere sympath to the bereaved family and bid them take hope and consolation in the Heavenly assurance that they Shall meet agate whore there is no sorrow and no death but eternal happiness and joy That a page be et abide in the Re cord Book of this Tribe as a ABem orlal to our departed brotfoor and these resolutions be spread thereon that a copy be furnished the beroaced terni ly and same published in the Rod Ma paper and both runty papers fT WADB STRlAttTTON ROSCOE JABllES DR OSCAR ALLEN Qamml e- FORDSVILLE March 3Mr and Mrs Chas Hober echt who have boon visiting her pa ents Mr and Mrs Juo T Smith have returned to their honne in Louis ville Miss Mary Royal has returned from a vlslb to relatives In WhlUesville- Mr maid Mrs Bob Loyd end little daughter Virginia am visiting Miss Nom Cooper this week air Dennis Walker ins gone itoCln cinnatl to purchaso a now line of spring clothing atlas Resale Qodsey one of our teachers left Tuesday to take a LovenWyomingI Hubert deft Monday for an extended visit to the South Henry Godsoy of Shreve has nnov IDr o town We welcome Dr Godsey family to our midst Mr and Mrs Morris Wilson have gone to WWo Plains to reside Blrs Nat Brooks la suffering from an attack of rheumatism Mrs Ruttle Hlnes who has been ei c for sevorrnl weeks to slowly Improving Rev Ellc WhUtlnghill preached at the Baptist church Wednesday nigh Rev Otto Whittlnglilir fcna left us to aooeps as pastorship In Arkansas CANE RUN March 1 ProC GJ dlnrlatlan is teaching a singing school at Olaton IMlr JA Bradley of Dyreshurg Tenn Is visiting his sister MTS MSg glo ChrIstian near ibis place J W Oummlnge wino hot boon ill with tegrippe is Improving Mr A HStewart made allying trip to Hopewell Saturday beausickproving tDawnior f 01 f r G 1 ti 1rSS Ie+ r yv V 11 1 bout Spiing Stl s 6R1frONCwmEs That something called style is a bugbear to most men their mind Is occupied with details of their own work and they are not supposed rto be fully posted on what to wear or what not to wear Its part of our business to know iiarC of our lousiness to impart that knowledge to you when you come to buy When you come in donlt bo afraid to ask our advice regarding correct styles in gar ments thats what we are here lorwe know how to dress you Properly and you may depend upon our Judgment Spring styles are now ready CARSON CO InoorporaCOdJlteTHartford Kentucky Wall Paper q Artistic Wall Paper selected with a view to its harmonious effect will contribute more to the cheetfuIncM and beauty of your home than all else q ALFRED PEATS PRIZE WALL PAPER is the perfection of modem wall decoration andoffers the widest range of choice in pattern and pric- eflSapIes v submitted and estimates furmihed upon request LIJCEPAINTINGS G- 11O Main Sty eat HARTFORD KY GOLD tMEDAL FIELD SEEDSY THE SUREGROWING KIND I Are a safe proposition for us because yro can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be tinsatl a factory can be returned at tho shippers expense etockDoeiltthatma i proposition for you E 1e Hallie Iios1 Heayer DarI ICYa of ifir OUn Christian anti family Sun day Mr NoTvln ChrteUan vtelted his grand father J W Bradley af Rostee Sunday The prayer meeting M Cane Run is progressing nicely Rev Qt H Lawnenco filled hie regular aPtolntmnt1tCa11enun the- iirdrSatutdaysndJ Sunday fiMrs Jan9l1ord Idled the WVt iindl j i4- I r h I t was burled at Salem gravejard the 28She vA8a16rg circle of re i lativofl and Vlende toimoiinn her fides lMeesrBJiM and O J Christian 1iIt lkqw + ariIOeUmeDjyenjburg t senfhir quite ascblle- I 5 MiI x