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Digital page images are linked to the text file. z 1 16 Ii l 47r I P i 4 hi i 1t 1 1 iI rtI 4- 1il l s R t 4 js r IJ a fo 1 iiyt y h r t u V n 1 kc 1tf11 BqtublicaIt Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXT HtSRTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY MARCH 12 1909 No 34 MEN WITH TffE PICK AND SIIOYEL Union Miners From all Over Western Kentucky Meet at Owensboro Warm Contest For Presidency Henderson Man Has Lead owensboro Ky Maroh 9Slxy five delegates from the various anions- lit dlstrlot No 23 of trhe United Mtne Workers of America tire In annual session at Daw60IIa ball anti will prooobly remain In Owensboro all week There are a number of very lnWort nt matters to COIM before the meeting and aU will be thrhed out bofori adjournment The seasian was called to orderi promptly this morning by Pmslde11lt W O Smith of Cenral City wIth Mr C M Oarterr of DeKoven the regular seoretary to hs place JPl- o ntof Render vice president of thee dlstatet was also present as were the tellers with the popular vote of the district In their charge Too greater portion of bo morning session yraa consumed In preUmlnary natters Little trouble r rose OVtfne credentials of tile delck utes and the lepoJ1b of the CTeden1al9 committee was readily adopted l1he program committee rooommended that the ee- esonsbe otlled for 9 oolock woh daY continued until 12 oclock begin again at 130 and continue until 5 IIo ox- p4dlle matters it was suggescd that no person ho ulowed to speak store than once on the wane subject and a rail extll be had only at the request ot at least 20 delegates The recommen- datious were unanimously udope Following tthe official steps of lC1I1ga- nlutlon the oWcers of the district made their annual yeports Whlch were ox eeilent ones and wane ontnrsIastIcally received It didsnot take long for the mnould- erlng oonteaC ot the S668lon to break forlli4Kris feature Which promises to bring some iwal excisemen Is the threecornered fight for the preel- dency RobertJ Roll of liendeteon A J Doss ot Centmll City and RIchard kor of Taylor Mines Ohio coUDly are we conitnet ants IAooordlng to the Constitution ot the mine workers a popular voe for tile pnosldency ot the district was taken before the preeent meeting began and although the tellers have not yop reported some of the delegates know the vote uUlnd8 Out of about 000 ballots cast Robert Roll than a sad of 100 votee over A J Doss White Baker Is third It Is a law of the mlIfU8olgUnlza tlon that CI candldne for president must receive a majority of nU the votes case before ho can be declared elected Theresore Roll is not elected reliJa faction in the mteet lag which wants to go Immediately Into the election of a prPSldent by a dolegute vote and another side whloh wtllls to delay the yrooeedngs MIr Baker one of the candidates has not even gotten tto this c1ty and I- 8UPpoeedlto be water bound mtwre fore outs ot consideration tor Oman tIle olectlon wIll probably be postponedi fo- oa time rrh9 afternoon session was devoted toa continuance of the organization steps and consideration oft snannor ofelecting president There Is expected to be a warm contest In the into Itig tor the prestdepcy but uJ parties are wiling ttn abide iby the voice f the majority mho friends of Ali Doss will ttry to got Mr Baker to withdraw 1 the hope that the Baker strengthIwill go to a11r Dose I Young Mans Horriable Experience On Monday morning of past week William Lenny son of Jr J p Lo neYIof McHenry started from tile Broadway Coal Mines to Moseley k Coopers sawmill about halt a mile south ot the mines Becoming con fuEed In some manner he got lost- and in trying to find his way out lie found himself hemmed In by the high water It seemed that the moro lie tried to find an outlet the worse matters got until finally hu found himself wading around in the water 1fD to htsneck he Climbed a tree and was compelled to Stay tliero until wedgy- Y t + 4i- t rJ pt Wu t t nesJI1f morning about nine oclock Ho kept up a constant dry for help Messrs John Bratcher and Ran Dowel i were cutting sawlogs some distanc- awt1 and they finally heard him The men went back to the mill lot aU the mill hands and prepared for the rescue A rough raft wtCs constrticte and after considerable trouble the man In the tree was reached end rescued by Mr Cooper young Loney was In a pitiful con dition from cold and longer and the effects of his two days stay In the tree One can well imagine his ter- rnld sufferings clln11ng for life to the tree a drop from which meant cer thin death throughout the weary hours of day and night The young man has not yet recovered from his awful experience but at last account- was getting along as well as could be expected AS of E Meeting Friedaland Ky March 8 1909 The Sulphur Springs District Union la called to meet at Salem Saturday the 13th at 1 p m I want all ot the members that can do so to come and especially I want the locals to send delegates Now brethren some out and elect a new set of officer for the coming sear and let us try to do better this year titan we did last year The lost two calls I made for a meeting there were not lodges represented to transact an- buetness So let every lodge In th district come and come Instructed elect officers for this year Near everybody Is pleased wIth the way we sold and paddled their tobacco this year and there will ho no trouble to get the pledges signed H D BURCH President KILLING OVER OWNER SHIP OF TOBACCO BED Ira Huff Stabbed In the Heart by Tom Tierney at Roseville Hancock County Hawesvllle Ky MaTCh 9lm Huff was killed by Tom Tierney at Rose- ville Hancock county Monday a0tr- noon The men were In DIvens store IIt Roseville and became engaged In a heated controversy over n pktntt boo Several days ago Huff placed the wOld on vhe ground ready for burning a tobacco bed but owing to the wet weather had to defer the turn Ing In the nieantime Tierney burn ed the bed and sower It He was asked by Huff why Le that burned and sown a bed which Huff had partially prepared for his own use and Tlerney replied that ho had been authorized by Ed Huff Ina lIIuMs bro her to do so but Ed Hurt denied that he had given Tlernay any such authority The tiwo men went outside thqare to talk the matter over find a little girl was the only wlbness to what passed She Says the two moD soon bgun fighting and has Tierne1 stuck a knife in Huffs breast Ttbe blade penetrated She heart and Huff died instantly Latter s eportts Is totlm effect Tlner1 was likewise stabbed to death by Huff Violation of Crecelius Law Hopklnsvllle Ky March 10Ten Indictments were returned this after noon by the Christian county grand jury for alleged violations ot the Cre cellus law In six Instances the de fendants are tobacco LOwers who are charged with selling their product which had to one of the farmers organizations Four In dictments are against companies or buyers for purchasing pooled tobac co Because the papers In the cases have not been served Judge Cook is- witbhoulding front publication the names ot tbtl persons Indicted I PRENTIS Farmers of Prentls neighborhood are not doing much this weeit on account or so much rain Rev A D Gardner filled his regu lar appointment h eaest Sa UrOY and sUliday There was a large crowd out at both services Mr Robert Swain of Centertown was the guest ofhid parents here Sat urday and Sunday Miss Wmnle Wilson was the guest et G W Leach last Saturday MrOtaTaylor Who has been attending school at Hartford has re- ftirned home t h N r titJt1 F pil 1 ii t rAFTS INAUGURAL ADDRESS SUMMUARIZfD New Presidut Out Lines Policies Which His Administration Will Adhere To I should be untrue to my promises and my party platform If I tailed to enforce those reforms my predeces sor has originated fo tender these reforms lasting furthlr legislation and executive action are needed Relief of the railroads from certain willsbe urged by me 1 hope to submit to Congress next December definite suggestions of needed amendments to the antitrust and Interstate commerce laws To secure speed In lavlslng thE tariff no other legislation should be attempted tit the special session I recommend a graduated Inherit once tax should the Import duties tall to provide sufficient Income In the Department of Agriculture scientific experiment must go on as must the work ot conserving our ttat ural resUrces theecommended to Congressyarmy navy should be kept In n state ot preparedness as II means against war but a large standing army Is sbvlated by cur natural location Our International policy must e main to promote peach Legislation should be enacted at once giving the Federal Government such power In states and cities all lit guarantee the rights our treaties gyve to other qaUons The Incoming Administration Is charged to reform our banking lawn and the incoming Congress should promptly fulfill the promise ot the Republican Platform and pass a postal savings bank bill Congress fixed the type ot till Pan ama Canal There tins been no change In the conditions which would Indicate that the lock type Is not the correct one I hope to Increase the already good feeling between the North and South A change In its Electoral vote Is a secondary consideratioa Danger of control by an Ignorant electorate Is passedAny recognition ot distinguished men of the negro race by appointment to office la a community In which there Is race prejudice may do more harm than lJOod and I question the wisdom of a policy that mIght In crease race feeling The Government should he respon sible to Injured employes My conviction as to the power of the Federal Courts to Issue Injunc tions In Industrial disputes Is fixed If that could be taken away a privi leged class among the laborers would be created The secondary boycott Is an Instru ment of tryanny The American people insist that the authority of the Courts shall be sue tamed and opposed to Interference with the administration At Hartford College The fourth term of nine weeks op ened Monday morning with the usual large attendance Chapel exercises were conducted by Eld Dan B Rick ard who gave to the students an ex cellent practlCltl tall The nets students who entered the collegiate department Monday are Bertha Mae Leach Leslie Oreer and Myrtle Lambert all of whom have Just closed successful terms of schools Among the pupils who entered other departments of tho lchool are No rlne and Amelia Mae Barnett and Kernoy Rhoades Miss Blanche French who went home sick n few weeks ago has entirely recovered we are glad to say and reentered school Monday morn- Ing studentlFrday We are alwayt glad to see you Fred Como again Roma Mize and Delmer Stewart visited relatives and frIends lu Render and lofclJenrv Saturday and Sunday Rigid oxaminatfona Were held lathe collegiate department last week and the results will be V1Unounc d in a few days when rePfrtc are sent out STUDENT I F IryT i- VI f r t iL f tt t Jt I j ROOSEVELT FAMilY Will GO TO ITALY Former Mistress of White House Will Meet Husband at Khartoum On The Nile Oyster Day N Y March 9Ac cording to the present Intentions of oxPresident Rooeovelt hla entire fatal lye with the exception ot Theodore Jr will spend most of the time In Italy while Mr RooseveLt Is away TheyI will be the guests ot 34s Roosevelts sister Miss Cnew at her villa nrRoute Mrs Roosevelt will main at Sagmore Hill only about three months after her husband ante son Kermit sail far Africa Miss ElIel will rtrl1aln- wlt her maher at home The young est son Quentin no attending the Episcopal High School at Alexandria Va will finish his term here and the other Archibald will complete iris- aoldemic year ut Groton School In M1IS9lchusetts early In Stifle and then- they wilt return here Dy that time IrroPamtlone will have been completed by Mr Roosevelt for the tmnsatlantlc- trii She and her three children will leave by n Mediterriinean steamer for Nap les some time in the latter parr ot June or the first ot July During the ntns months Intervening until the arrival ot Mr Roosevelt at KtumOlun Mrs Roosevelt and her children will visit various pare ot Italy and Europe It has been planned to have Mrs- Roosevelt leave Italy early In March 1910 and jounrney across the Iod- lterfauoolito Alexandria and thence by bolt and roll nIl the Nile to Khartoum Here Mr Roosevelt with hits expedition will arrive about April I and bQ mat by 91rs Roosevelt They wlll make visits to points ot Interest in- 17gypt On the war down the Nile and eWihl Jllen proceed o Europe where bit Roosevelt has made several en gagomol1is tar the early summer iti- sylriobable the foster President mid his family will afterward spend sonic time traveling through Europe League Meeting or School of Improvement convened at Rest Noereek Friday evening March 5 with President J P Foster presid fug officers present fourabsent none Members present tweny- absoatten A number ot visitors also attended Whose presence vets appreciated very much and we hope they were so beD eflted and lllped in tae way of In struolon tNbut It will cause them to come agalnmt only to he helped but to help lU9h forward this grelllt movement After reading ot minute came a business discussion Messrs B S Chamberlin L M Word Archie Fos ter and Tymer Wes erlleld were ap pointed IOn committee to look aftur- lawning the school ground A program ot readlngstump speech es and doolamatlons next to follow Special mention Is duo Mr W R Stevens and Miss FllIdla Foster for their good selections of readings wbicl was fine to the ear ot an appreciative listener Mr Tyiner Weeteltleld also deserves Honorable men Ion In regard to his aump speech We admire the stand the young ntau has taken In the fight for right and think with a little experience as a temperance speaker hewould be equal td our Qir- rle Nation Next come ciphering match followed by reading of the newspaper The Nest No Crook Gazette A few short talks were next given us by visitors Then were dismissed to meet again Friday evening March 195h v Complimentary to Ohio County We have been shown bySUIJt De Weese a copy ot the paanphlet Issued by Supt Orabbe covering dote whirl wind Educational Oampalgn of last yearwhteh contains the followlncore- plimentnry refeenoee to thlu visit ot distinguished educators Ito Ohio coun ty Miss Lella11 Patrldgo says On Friday we went Into Ohio county We Were met at Beaver Dam WIth the heanth t reception which had been given us Notwithstanding pour lug rho chapel of the groded- schoolWU8 tilled with a most intel llgent audience The ntmOSliliero of aroused educational intorost was most incouragingto Our JiIOulC 3lgiss Lihkt ns is- S tit t J Jr itIjr 1 1f- u tt- Y tJb j f tl4 Monroe acing Sup mot us at Drover Dam and drove us tto Harutord where we spolde In ttte nfterrwonThe houro was beautifully docoroe and many trustees from tue country Were present Many personal letters of invltartion had been sent to the trusrea and teachers throughout the county and we hud a splendid und representative au dience Proto Gmy of Hartford Col lege Introduced us robe attention was excellent the Interest deep and true enthusiasm quite marked Dr W H Bartholomew had the following to say concerning his visit to Ohio County On Friday we went o- Beaver Dam mite trustees of the graded SChool and principal Justus were very countuous to Us and the audience was responsive throughout The trustees ot Beaver Dun nave gone to the limit of taxation They have built laud equipped as eight room school house They tavo placed- a capable and couateoua glnHeman In the person of principal Justus Over its destinies and ho Is assisted by faithful and conscenlious teachers Beater Dam Is blessed In that she has a board of trustees each member of whim believes In popular education and Is showing his faint Iby his workUpon our arrival at Hartford we were hurried Into the large room ot the courthouse whloh was beautifully decorated by Nags Proto Gray In a strong speech Introduced us to Le large audience and our work In Har ford began under the meet favotablu circum stances The attention was fixed and respectful from beginning io finish r DID THE PARRISH JUROR COMMIT SUICIDE Tells Wife In Letter He Will Drown HimselfHad Plenty of Money John H Gaynor one of tile tour Hancock county citizens who voted to acquit James H Parrish when he was on trial at IJawesvllle last December Is strangely missing Gay nor according to statements made In a loiter to Ills wife which was re celvod Tuesday morning Is due 10- bo at the bottom of the Ohio river In this letter received at Levisporb by his wife he Is tired ot living n wild life and as he can not quit drInking be has decided to end his life He said that This body would be round at rue bodom ot the Ohio river The letter was written III the railroad shops M Howell Ind Gaynor bus been away from home for two weeks Gaynor gained ram by being a member of the Parish jury and further fume when he voted to acquit the former banlaer ot the crlin Inal charges against him lIe was employed by J V Stimson do furnish logs to a tmv mill la Hancock coun ty Citizens ot Lo1slort sUite that Gaynor dill not seem to be In finan cial trouble during the past few weeks It Is knowl1I hat ho ruccndy paid a grocery bill of about 50 at Lowtspott It Is said that Gaynor had very little to say concerning the Parish trial after he returned to Lowlstort but that It did not Worry Mm to any extent Among the Lodges Hartford Lodge No G7G F S AM will have work In the third de gree ot its regular meeting next Mon day evening A full atriIndanC6 ot the membership Is very much desired Tent No 99 K O T M theld a special session BIt the Nail building last Monday evening and received twen tyothroo applications for membership After the business session a splendid supper was served to all present At meetinlgMarchherald will be InUnted by Past Com mander Elkins of Lexington Rough RIver Ledge No 110 K of P held Us regular mooting Tuesday evening with a fair attendance notwithstanding only routine matters wree gone through wlth S- Hariord Olmpter No 84 Eastorn Star Initiated two mndldattes at here uljr imeotlug Monday tlghtt The work was highly enjoyed by all and the ladies were complimented for their efficiency iti the Work i rE CONTEST ON IN EARNEST Nearly Three Hundred Young Ladies Nominated All Girls Who Work in Earnest Will Have Chance to Win Some Prize The popular girls Piano Contest heretofore announced In our columns Is assuming unusual Interest As tJ special inducement to the young ladles who entered the contest early we at the same tIme offer special premiums To every one who turns In as much as ten dollars ou subscriptions by March 20th wo will give a beautiful Jewel box as a premium and to the ono who has secured the most votes at that time we will give a beautiful Coffee set- FollOwlng the announcemnoMrlends- ot young ladies atroughout the county sent In nominations for their favorite ladles The girls and their friends have begun au active contest for the big prize a tOOOO Smlh k Barnes piano As before announced the vot- iag In tills contest will be entirely free to all contestants and wlll be under the supervision of judges whose honesty and Integrity cannot be questioned The basis ot votes os heretofore announced will be on securing new subscriptions or renewal subsoil litions to the Republll11ne8r now subscription enUtlinghe lady procuring same to 600 vote every renewal 8ub5crlp- tloncnUtUng the lady procuring same 400 sidles The contestantls are well distributed over the county md uhis will give each young lAdy un equal showing too win the big prizo and aU those who make an honest effort to win will receive a valuable prize to repay them for their efforts Tho names of the con testants who have been nominated thus tar In the contect are as follows If any names are wrongfully spelled In this list we will be thankful to anyone for correction Continued on Eighth Page FOR THE BUSY READER The towboats J lL Bowel and Emr Marie were destroyed by fire at the mouth of the Great Kunawha Rives The loss Is estimated at25OOO Pnscual Cervernthe Spanish ad miral who has been serionsly ill at Cadiz Spain Is believed now to have a ohance for roooel t The Kansas Senate adopted the report of the Railroad Committee which recommended that the 2cent tare bill be not loed This ends the 2cent- tare legislation In the Kansas Leglsla- turo 5 George T Oliver ot Plttsburgwai named us tile RPIJubllCJ1l candidate for United States Senator to succeed P C KnOx by the Joint mucus ot the Pennsylvania Senate and House ot Harrisburg S The American Asiatic squadron which Is under commend ot Rear Ad miral G B Harbor Is expected to arrive nt Amoy China on Illu1cl1 31 The American residents are preparing to give tWe visitOrs a hearty reception 5- By a decision of the MIaclr Su promo Court the Standard and Re publiC oil companies are driven front the State while the States motion to make permanent the ouster judg meat against the WatersPleroo Oil company Is denied J M Dickinson Secretmy of War In a speech before the Iroquois Club a Democratic organization of Chicago discussed his own political record He said toot ho had not voted for Tat and replied to tho criticism ot Judge Dunne who said Mr DlcklnaJn could not be counted a Democrat Notice Persons desitng Italian honoy bees caw by furnishing gums to G fV Bun ger and T J Smith have mmo hived for them l1t the low price or 160- per hive Apply early to BUNGER d SMLI1H- 31H Hartford l4V- V 1 t I V 4i II c i i iXIt ltt i i J 0 f WAR TOO DANGER OSTOENliAliE INe 7 k Modern Inventions Woul- z f a Make it Terrible f I Airships Would no Dolbt fay a- ImportaetI Part iRla fI Combat t I Is only a few yeare ago alnee those wbo were ievtiv their a ren uous o cvtloa co wising once and tfobaU the oonqotfit of tee air were regarded some t In tM light of t I harmte lonarica But within tine Ins 18 rriouthb suc Important dlsconrles have bee1 made In the ar of tying ttmt there I s now no manner of doubt at all that before very hang venal tight over Th long and shot d1sacces win be of too most common oocu nonce There are sclootl however 0 consider that tie MrOpabl wiN nenr be of much practical ure excep7 tor sporting and adventurous pUrroel but such 1 not my oprnlonIndeed I hold to tally opposl e vltfWl Too cleverest droug smen and IIchnds8 In tiP world are now devo- Ing their attention to the laves of a machine the will bs able to to mUuo an hourllt this high speed the machine could be rOOuoed In tltu and as IlUch machlnea are now possible and na there are men In existence who t can make them I am wrongly of tbe opinion that within the next 12 months corIrectshall have a macWne larger than til3t of the WrlgbtB i The new eroIJ1ate In tact w1 travel taater than that of the Wrlgbt machine It will base a perfectly madi motor of from SI to 100 home pose twill be able to carry ilnU a ton It will loe able to remain up tar three hours at n time and wm travel at the rate of quite I miles an hour while In lower It will cost no IAOreThe than two thlyda as much oil amotor carWhat will lr kbe feet of this d- coeryi1 well In the flnt place be effect on tile nations will tm that war w11 be made so tunib1e so deadly ghnsttly In its rt suYs Lat we shave no more war rorlia flying machines no maW how great and powert your nation may fir It will alway- be open to at trek TTus under cover of darkness and clouds an enemy will be able Ito des troy a city no mdJ01 how carefully It may be yrrotccud for ntuck from the air will never Lc able Ito be reale al True the fact that while the enem Is destroying your d fee at tie ame time maybe you are deooylnrg hls- Is nn unargueablo ore but It not make any oounays poshlon In any moray pleasanter or more secure I What about projectiles V11 t nil intents and liurposes they do not enter very targoly Into tire mat ter sus although proJeetila they afar more likely co do damage to them oohl1 than 6o the enemy und dlUs In 10 years time r have the great confldence In prrdiU lag that t Great EuroIlWn Powers will be abl to say beyond nil manner or daub warIThe flying machine It must be undermood lowovor will never be able to carry pumngem and freig l In large quanltlcs for It Is essentially a militAry Inarumeut though to sure U will very shortly he large r used for sport and discovery WIllie i when the wwbhor is bad before long you will see that crOfJHlatlnel malls i will ho carried by UtIOllane an In- htrumcnt which by and by will- of be i extraordinary mlue WI a rescue r of shlpwroeked mariner We tnua now prepre oursolves Ito recognize that what ellotricity was to the last century aerial navlgtlon will he to this ugalra e wnrItr not tong to look forward to and when war wended onCE and for all IIorhnIIS tlJh090 who now road these lines will recall my confidence pro j phtCy r 1 Ate ills DogsJI A lonely overland trip occupying IJG days through the wilds of Alaska In winter over a tall of his own making during whloh time Iris 1110 killh of J W Folder or this city who t Lae just raicbed hero from the North Folder is II former lOCAl buslnesa- t maw and a ciutor niAmber of the San toan fur tradinG company controlled by I pi 1- J uhft etpItaL tant elk Ir U- holarlet tlle ltker aac IoutWCJ 7 t Navas It tree seaweerr do- Felder to ma 2egxialtJos far plies and atbereane so I8IIlIie CJiIt 1 winter and a 1etw coldotr decidedd teMIt alone WI sake hiS war OTeCIaJHI to Seftni teO Macs dk9 tFeWer took twe does and a kpoT for 30 dale Sraveling 08 9snowaioea he Rt tl oreseber lsr about Liz weeks before t1e JeglDIB1ac of the Alaska hinter Heu4e1Ik own trail and balk iris 01IB bd4 gee sometimes making but three mllel a day Ina best days arork Baas 3f miles lie reached Seward Janua 24th barlDg been G6 dais on she HI plOTJ bad gives out some days before and Ire bad to kin dOSS for food rear Seward F ran 8cr09s three grizzled mine bad plenty of moose malong be lost no time In glng to a bet bter dlet5an nmcloo 1aoIIide Making Fuel of the Smoke S Louis Is no tte only place were Jt seems tble to ge rid of the smoke nul The plaint has cent lr Dome fromiBarnn fiat city of trt- tenvacd fatelkottrai acsptRre that the tallroada persls In du1ng the lahabt nets wlL smoke and cinders Some of the high thinkers of the Hub appealed to the railroad ortJdala with a plea taxi ought to have base of- feotive namely that shay were wasting rw4d0tp Tiey polned out to tOO omclahr that of tile JjIJOOOOOO boas or coat used annually In the United States in locomode engines not more twee 175000000 tons are aotooUy used to haul the xsina They further declared that or the three and onHIa1t tons of coal Ian engine consumes In a day no iethan Z6 pounds are dfaispated over every mile ot the diaunce the Pngine- runs On the surface this sus suppaI- I ed to be purely disinterested advice to the roads but It lad a deep lor pose la the mlmhoftile Dosonlans for the watnt ofteadeta are the local tsnlna uwh day giving each mile Its 36 pomade or coal aanaformed 1110 lOOt cinders and aoxlow gases sev era times dally officials of the roads decrrd that they could riot afford to satirot9r wasted coaL They amore tool rphey had been hit too hard by adverse legS islation To Bostonea to theless excui6n one o Yorks0end lwhere there la n rigid amok law tre engineer w requlrtd to coyer his II ImlokeproducSing clay until he Is well out or It again rrhCI is one rood env ring 8 Louts that has tlgunod out for Itself the terrific cos of smoke This one Ube Pennsylvania w now Instruct lag Its firemen In economical meth ods of stoking and It already ease I e way clcsu to Jte savlag or at hasst 1100000 On coal for Its freight englnuo odoesa and muon more than 2 per cast divl deeds on our raJ1rood Sock The re port of on Inspector on the same cu gins over the tame eeich or QC glue over the same btreroh of truck and wlh the mmo atmospheric condi- Ilona but wlh two very dlfferentfire men Is a crushing reply to the offI nttexrorThe run required nn hour and fifty tlvemlnu1Jnnd ne tll8ttlreman used 8000 llOUDds of soft coal Ho ilad great difficulty In keeling up Bloom prre sure and the air moue toll of slloke ell the way Trh6 second fireman produced no black smoke bad on abundance of sIstm and US only 9500 gounda of curd lie know bow and his Pre dOOSfJOr dId not Urftoiiunate1y most firemen sire lit tthe predecessor class What we aced Is rigid laws to force ooonomy on the ottlctala or our roll roods r Deafness CannotboCurod by local applcntlons IlB theycannot reacts the diseased portion of the There Is only one way to cure deafn and that is try onstUuUonal remedies oI counsel by an Inflamed con dice Dcorness Is counsel by an inflamed condition of the mu cons lining of the ustrwhtan Tube When this tube Is inflamed you have II rumbling sound or Imperfect Irlog and when Its ontlrelys closed Dart- nose Is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tulle restored tp US normal condition hearing will be dtroyd forever nmA cases out of ten are cursed by Catarrh which Is nothIng but an InflAmed conJdltlon of the mucous surface I We will give Ono Hundred Eoliara for any case of Deafness roused by catarrb that connot be cured by Balls Catarrh Cure SrAd for clrcula tree F J Clfeneq Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take hails Fatally PUts for cQnetl- patlott to II f j l J I J DONTLOSE A MINUTEj 4 A JiL f ftI This contest is just fairly under way No contestant has a commanding lead only a few sub- scriptiOns j would put you ahead even though you may not have begun So F yyoucan see how easy you can pileup votes by alittle rl hard work Hares a chance to earn binA Pirie 40000 Piano Free L J votes cast count on the piano in the end and no person loses by casting their votes early e Get your votes in as early as you can is our to aUif you wish to win in the contest Send us new subscription thats what counts Every family in Ohio county sbou ld take The Republican no matter how many other papers they take It is different from all others It is a clean readable home paper Take reitand help these contesth1its All votes obtained count in the final contest as well as in the specials Here is a fine chance for those who have not yet started to get in the race Help the young ladies who are contesting for these valuable prizes by subscribing for the RepublIcan It is important to you and us too that we should know Prize Eachand ever young lady who turns in 10 on subscription by March 20 1909 receive an elaborate gold finished Jewel case at the same time if you turn in the most votes by March 20 1909 win the 25 coffee set ANOUNCEMENT11Lis Plano and Popular Girl amt 8111 b9 conducted on strictly honest business principles with perfect jusUce and ta1rm to all concerned PRIZES Tire lint prize wlU be a fir ptano of lteadinglJ to be given do tile girl having most votes at close of cabcst OANDJDATESAD young woman In Ohio county Is EMgJb1eto a place In trite contest rrhe moat 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Southwest Willr he sent to every farmer who blll I comes asubscriher for The Repub llican during this contest without cost to them This feature of itself i is a splendid inducement to our farmer friends i All advice i Girls Get Busy iri the Contest Special No1 will receive at once the names of all young ladies who are taking part in the popular girl contest Please send in your ac 1gettingcompeting for the prize we willappreciate it if you will jI kindly inform us so that we may not trouble you fur particularskeep you adrieed of all prizes offered and other matters pertaining to the contest which will be of interest to you and help ouI l Big Special Prize No2 25 COFFEE SIT FREE to the con subscripstion20 1909 will receive this handsome t quadruple plate Silver Coffee Set It is an elaborate prize and would do credit to a Queens mansion pubWaition as noon as convenient theoUlaeNo conteetaat mil be allowxd to transfer votes obtained by you her tot If any atrorConteet anta should DIdaeeAn boappointedAU coupons and votes are ot once depnai ed In look 8overnmaryb boxThe to thebaUot bo panmOne thousand votes w1111 given free to each womaty Ing tbe first tfiirty days nomlnWWdur oweek previous to the date of c oeing the judges ballot box are to ket41 announcedfnOWdow during bUlee and troetWin ofcontesttioslcount Ii i 1 Ifsoorecyother votes and coupons in sealed envelop with teams of coatestnne rw1th same and deposit In ballot box EnveloPP and subscription on wflt be furnished tor the purpose Tlhia blan5guQIJ1Initee a tau MId sgtvietaaU concerned Jt Li No votes will be allowed On subscription paid at the otttceless the votes are asked tor when payment Is made un Get Busy now and get your friends to subscribe for a good family paper- r THE REPUBUCAN- y f1 l 16 tiJT Of QJti t I r I I x 1 I J l ta 5t 1V i i 6ROWE GETS 17 t YEARSINPEN i Jury Arrived at Verdict ii Few Minutes Court Overruled Motion For Ne Trial and Passes Sentence Appeal Ptobabie- OIHERS TO BETkED NEXT TERM After only a fewminuce dellber a tioIaet Friday mornlag the Jury in caaool L1ge crow charged with can eplracy ti reader EmlUa Wade re tamed Into court the tollowlng Vlr diet Ve tlhe Jury find the deter lane Llge Crowe guilty as set fourth 2nd Insbrucions and fix his punish mont at period of 17 y rsln the State prison Crowe eat unmoved os the clerk rend tho verdict of the JUry In tact he appetUed but tlte cone ofcaseth A motion In arreet ot ludgitteufan motIon and grounds for B saw tria- e filed by attorneys rep nting him Saturday Morning Aflec due onslderqatlon the court overruled ih r mottos and passed sentence on him It Is quite probable that an appea will b taken In tho CXSoe duringth pendency of whIch Crowe will remai- Ire JaU as he has for the post several months Roy Crows who Rae Indicted with hhn on the same charge wiLl not be tried until tho next term of Court It Is feared by friends of that coaviot pershold of anything wI4h wchr tQ Jt met It Jailer W M J1enet has been cautioned byf friends of the oonvlotOO man to not permit anyoneto nand hIm any Iwtjun tof fatauty- CommonweaUhs Attorney Ringo sttggeetedthat l1HSoooh as Murray Prow ls a youth under isear f age it would be proper that be ill lnatrndofagree to 4ho coudltiong on Which he Jnlght ire Eent He was brought Info tnterrogatedhim sition He conBenUd to being Bent to the House of Reform and as orI der 1VSmade to that tECtMFollowing Is the address of County Attorney E M Woodward In EInI lug the rose for the OommotllWenlthI to the jury which we intended proI ductng last week but for want of space were unable to do SQ Six months ago there lived In the valley of Rough Creek a young man thirty yenta ot age named Emllesti Wade He woe born of poor honeetparentahedid not lnherl4 any wealth but lie Inheritedl from an lion est tati1er and mother n strong body a strong mind and an honest clean heart anl tlhatl wue about the exten- tofhlstttnhiy posseselone luhls Im nurture outih probably when il3 was eighteen years of age he courted and marrIed ih5woman oln black theC pa etlo figure on my Lett Timet told sorrow and suffering Have tile face and marred We figure of I this young womun she has suffered much within her heart but in Tier youth sho wan a winsome belle She 1ovtd Emile Wade andI married him and together they lived In an humblo cabin la Rouggufiver- bo tome they bought a place on time lived and worked together for tweheI years ed we end ot rho twelve years atthelaMcall six month ago Eml less wade was a mum of some title property ho owned his town home and another tractor land owned some tock We eo and was she to support and properily malntnlnihls fn roily but the tlchest treasure of his- slife and the richest trcesure geule men of the fury of any man mss tho love and deyotlon orllis woman aadthese lhtlo babes whb met hhtiE each day on his return fromm hls itch so that for him here waaa nIday tttat aetkd tbo1oag uor anight the game son He was then In the flowerjofhlB young manhood faIr ly Well supplied with ean+ hay goode and ready to mops for 11 long and useful lite We wn bEt ab19 to ehow that air Crowe ae thinking on rthofi AY thin she west the day i1i homicide to- IsfOWB antbgotwhiskey nmd took fs 17 crJ year old rI5ih hImI ihJBkyEmIlQB18 more dttges from Ihim than than- youatttfclps4e fromhtmnovlEie Iut- no ware reason to feaabint and did not expect of him and wad no reason b toexpe Qf film autmub a whatever On stJinX day this man andhlttoYb went tp Natr s ant stookedti wit men lyprbvcured 1lvnJjthe tsoine Y I 1 trldges at Narrows there was fear of thesresit that day at thqf lime and ylaoe 1 y t e people thorl1 Young wtdogenUemen of the fur enbsolntely wlthouj feat witno thougLt of harm wa the handS ot this man he lied aoooanndatfd a- thous time und xflt whom he aad- seriousccnsoyeasy went to his field In whlab the leaves of the oob1cco broad nedout until they spread from tralk to tnlk so Lb was dltflcul ginWg tobacco field whloh CIS near the one Crowe was cultivating Crow went In company With life nephew fWd in com parry with ills son to Narrows bougM the whiskey bought or irocured- wlhlslrey cartrltiges and carne back In the ootidhfon 1 have inferred to- Wben they como to their hOt from Narrows a young man named Pa had occasion to go down to Crov house otter emax to do soml work there anB a coma patch over pare wt Mr WCIdes place ho tad gone tlleogtrt I1n ax on going down theft he heritd Crowo and his boy falldag about Emlletis Wudo and they were oompBInJn about the w bacon sticks and with a murderouepls tot 1w their pockets they were cure Ing Wade up at their house and be returned to his work and they told litre they were sting to urJtlpg tQ Sundayr thPfIarpIe8boy yOu know whether men go to cu 1tang toracco In theIr SugdaY Co4p s thanholiday attire they left their oote S- theey told this man Pate to go cutting tobacco tTey came down toe road we will shoW their usual w9ftravel ads along another Ixay whit Is the rood they followed every day wl they went to work day they did not follow that 1O1d but along another one Tlhey wcwNacr the slough and out through tile thick esb tobacco dressed In their Sunday clothes or holiday clothing prtend- Ing to go tocutlingtobacco out of- tho Une of theIr usual travel In a way they had never before toUowe fmm diatelY after they had been nbusing and cursing this unoffending man they went directly through this tobacco out unto this tolnoeo pnriohwti lhe Was mhls young mans rwlfe I hnd gotten past the time In their his tory when she had4o work wttlt her hands but the love of the wife keeps close to her husbands Interest and after the children who wme old enough had been dressed and sent to school she took these UO mrtl rtO6 and went down iothis field to plc some beans she took the boons and found her husband working alone In the tobacco she had worked with him side by side day by day and sh took orf her top skirt leaving on underskirt that she wnswrorI ng and sold to hIm that SIlO Would help him to go over this tobacco sDi was working with ier husband when she saw these Crowes coming thre of them but With the natural modeI ty of her sex winking of her apparel that was not perhaps sulllible to meet strange men In she hesltwed and let her husband work a lltila ahEad her and the tobacco wup thick and bent over the tobacco and thinks- hey would not notice her loose and careless apparel thinking titbit soon ns wey passed ore she would g ray wlbhbuU being observed taey coke Goal morning and her hus spoke Good morning and the seat tiling she heard tern mng out on the air the slot of a ldsbl In the hands of the son of this man sttmula4ed with whiskey and thirsting for blood sho looked up with the naturall tear that would he raised and saw her husband runnIng antsy her two little thiidremrunning of er hire and these defendants likcwise rut alms after hire but neat to eLeelottg her husdawd ron towards the big Sloughilia wit stmt was broken a6- he thinks now by fife flirt eita It was found afterwards that he was shot through this utm Undo i arm and tn the side and is fate Clbdqmenfour times he owe shot n hIs first surprise he eyaggened sway These thrC olDen tulll the near way mowIng that he could not get through there tho was going He rotas running Inacrel tuiidutlxey were unning directly she sun iud picked up one of her chlldron and carried It away crazy wIth fear she begun to halloo and the ci6n that were at orket the ntfm1HlflicJh hlaslyd J1Js 1 J eroekUllng Wads sow ir 1at aioat all Thai tbok piecee gentlemen Iieatria shot four times- as hie body ehowedr topr toile h- struck him Blindly ilp mn bleeding blinded IWth oitei bloods follamed 6heese theta atori crazy vith Wli1skr crazy Wln svery eVil tbateau be aroused WhtsketraU tillgh l tti- oslutltt fi lr4titln a few feet behind shim vgltfi hiemlfbegging tor trfd JlfrfolJ flowed hire llirou h beoutJ rPhe- M ft N Q rr SG tplt mea tithe tautwtjll had heardttG irieiwf subs were epprenehsive d- IUlXloUely looking tiIBt wiry me- y sear young Vade staggering acroatt fut slough which Is very thick w- brletsand 1 6n1h and come up Into vpflit edge of flit teas parch and feId noto flit ground and said My God l IUn killed X lam killed These three men like hounds sitar n helpless here tb lowed within fifteen feat of hire Th man Rna lying thfrl0 helpless an- dying Llge Crowe tan up to b- mewa Iptshol In his hood and sal d ypursOulsay yonu will da And that Is nll I Tempting a Child to Eat The guardians of s tlnnlcky obit know that meal time Is f1tenoanare than B manor of table setting an tofood buying trlieorfatbl rot Mnke a child eat but mothers kinowthat this la often Impossible until the mltlo one Is oreduoed to sickness It will be found easier to tempt tho fitful app 4te other than to soul d or punish Delloato children con of ten be coaxed into I1hOOJY mal whoa force work would mean a soene Make too meal a play time Sere I broad and butter cut Into thin slices and piled up logabln wise into a house and pretend the child Isan- el1O to eat It up Name dlshfs for different rh1l11e as Jack Homers pie for hollowed 0IJt rolls cooked like croutons and n led with the nourishing poarohed egg Potatoes mn ho molded into the farm of aW1Ill with an fggemhed on op to represent 8iumpy l5armpty the child will quickly eat up the egg to prevent the grant fail Boiled rico can be molded Into hallo floating island can have a sorts of deUghUu fancies woven above It vegetables can be cut Into odd shhpee and nourishing custards f putt In Individual molds of animals will be sates Without a protests ijuloo usually cauSC5 n struggle but if the child pretends he la Jacky the Giant Killer hurrying to got rid Of the delicious juIce dose tits glQn think itd blood of IU1 Englishman It Is swhullowed without a murmur The game tiecomee ot Interest to mother as wen os child as the bates fresheforms to tempt the little ono to edt demands ingenuity Insensibly the child learns to rot so that tarter the practice ron be discontinued A trouble Yes but not halt so nlgitlwith IIthatOver in Butler k3eaverkDam Mail oowGaobr has again anadeI good through another ported of water storms and floods It doing rwellIeade toasucceed amazingly Tab raging au eta have spread aU over dine low hillehe storms ot wind and ruin have bent thateBeaver Dam Mall has landed here on schedule time Who can bEat h We put Brock as the onampfoni mallI carrier ot KentuckyIrfhe fire nlann rang out ugulwttbou 8 oclock Tuesday night when itl suss MnJ Johnson was on fire but the lamu were quickly extinguished The dire originated under the floor ot tt runIbed room and Is supposed to have caused by ruts The damage was sllghtGroen River Republican Why From Adams RibsWhy Eve was made rein w ribfot Adam has been explained by n wifty sage of old It she had been crent ed from 11s mouth she would bavec talked too much 1t from his feet shoc would have gone about wo much It from his eats she would have Us1enI hbfrom a rib welch Is new the heart to show that she must allays he del1rI man Au English preached la 4heI sovetitreenth century spoke m similar fashion when he said with date textE To be or not to be that woman should be like and unllkae three thlugs- Slle should be moo the snail 11106II keep wIthin her own house IbUJnott like the emote sort sill silo had on tier rock SM should be dike an echo to epedk when she Is spoken 40 but not like an echo always to have the last word Sug should be like a town clock always keep time and re gulaTttY but not like a town clock to speak so loud that tin the town might hear herbFar Sale Seveaal hundred acres Or good farm ug lands known as theJ F CoAlna- farm d4etance about too miles lrym of Hartford on We Hartford and Beaver Dam pike Also residence property tn Hartford twostory dwelling fie and a- halfacre lotfrontnlg the new rf H E depot site Ebrrprlces and arm aDp1Y to W II orB Do CoUlnsHart rdiKr 22tf- + f fORMER OHIO COUNTY CITIZEN Sees Wonderful Future fOrof WestaFruit and Alfalfa Seems to Bo A Fad With the Peole Though Any Crop Will Crowd Rosweoll N M Feb 28 1909- t Editor Rep bUcan1 have been a sojourner In this lltlo city for a month and have found everything difterenti from the ways of living and and methods of farming In old Ken Lucky that I undertake to give you r renders among whom I hoses many friends a brIef aooovat of my obscr- vaUons and impressions of this pee u liar western country In the hope titw it may Inteteeb them to learn abOut other ways than theIr own forertrnCt ins wealth from the soil and coed boas different from theirs In other parts ot our country Roswell Is a very pretty little cl ry with perhaps 7000 inhabitants nits t ly level With firstclass cement side amlks and a profusion of shade trOCS and lawnS rrho residences are moslY one story frame In tasty styles of architecture and not crowd ed ogether too closely for beauty or comfort The businESS part isol buildnsome ot cement blocks In lmitntio- of n stone Some the are ofI hotfbusiness and residence are bunt ofI adobe which Is merely dried clay InJ the shape and size of large overgrow bricks And strange CIS it may see to KentuckIans or the people of any rainy frosting country many of adobe homes are really neat beautl- fu1 In appearance and durable The tight thick walls keep In the 0001J of summer and keep out toheI cold of winter Houses of tills ma tonal ore used by some Iwollodo Americans and not alone by the Ilex leans who uansmited that style to us We have greatly improved upo make Tilerte art Mexicans living In the city but localltty n that the negro sottaement In the eastern part qt Harford Is or used to be called HaytVfThe cLy as a whole surpasses nn have ever seen In nrotne and homelike beauty Xo grandeur nor magnl- flence has been QI empted In bul1dI logs for either residence or business beauty and comfort are considered of first Importance Tte city Is 1 the hared of the artesian bolt that Is several miles wide and extends dowt- tiro Pecos valley na Indetlnlle dls Canoe Perhaps hundreds of mlIesf North Spring River Is a good stream crEek I mould roll It tha Dub of the ground near ewe city flows souheas through It glvl1Jg the wer for Irrlgatlng housanda and thoUf1nds of acres ot date very rich est soil Wilich In the maim Is devoted to apple orchards and alfalfa meadows alfalfa yields ahmtdautly d crops a season and Is grqwll among the apple trace lrcafdes tile where I alone Is pluwierl Your correspondent took severaldrft- ix or seven miles out through A POrtion pf lweae taut and al- alfa teams Tire Roads are level and wt tale paved srce s of CI city and abundantly shaded by mountain cottonlCods tnaf have been planted each side and In many places he branches met overihend and make Ithe c prettiest shady driveanyd Imnglna le ffhesb trees do not mp alto out Of the apple treats or alfalfa grow ng close to them IS would sent is natural The soil Is so rich as to ghe sustenance to the trees and whccut grows near or under were These I farms and orchards tango In size from hundreds ot aces down to five end may be smaller iuo many thoussnde and thousands of apple trees make me wonder atho will eat nil the apples or dTIDJt aU the good elder that could be wads from Unem They are Ehtpwd from hero during the picking season train loads attar rain loads and thin sumo more lMge tfgttres about tile apple crop or wtroghen sue sufficient lQ take my eath away but I only remember Ii few Qtem I amt told of n man here of watt old Ills last Years crop ot apples to a Chicago firm stmt took them from the trees at their awn exppneo retching and paid a hundred and one tJowsand dollars lac them I had to swallow thv assertion ibis is- it woe While tile LSnicsgo treoptgare aWQllOwlng the apples and If Chicago does trot dftNep her affairs In apple- plefrnler this western c1I will be blatneleea for any lack ot apples And g apUleal ld tblt alta eltil9ugitltheyare i I t i 1w the main push If you will excuse- slang ttQlo are by no means all that auto grow here Other frute and crops do well but I moan no criiclsmby sating that the raising or apples nnd alfalfa seems to be a lad wltGl people lwren tad that pays bikem well too tor they are the IbJqltbone commerce 1nbLlstocallty Ponoes beets celery onions tomatcee etc do excellently well Corn will do well In the stalk olld fodder but In the tilling out of the grains 111 hardly come up 4b 4he promise ghen by the stalk Two luck of dow Is the cause of the shortage of grains on the cob fivers Is no dew and when the corn Is In silk and tassel it Is dry above ground and the young car with Its silk at to- tip falls tllrough kg dryness t- retch o the pollen tram the tassel twat In its mysterious influences makes soflit groins grow on We cob Jr regntion ot the toos of the stalk will not rottorm the office of the dew In causing tile pollen to whero to fire silks mhs locality to claimed by its pen pie to be a veritable garden 811ot and they have good foundation far the claim It has made many pcopl wealthy and many more are on fir 0 road 4o wealth with excellent pro pacts forsuocese It Is blossoming r more abundantly and to a better pur pose titan the proverbial rose Who lruterested me as I think penhaps some of your readers will fat Interested are the conditions that prevail and the m6lhoos followed In extent bag ea1tj1 from the gaound fib sw they have ne rain here would be nearly but not quite true A IIWeo- S fa July and August only lbUt not enough to do crops any appreciable f good Those who would depend on rain here should not come or It they were here they shoult move away quickly Lire and groillfrom tho ground Is entirely sustained by Irrigation The couniJy would be almost an arid waste without I with labmLit The famlllllr old order to the beeto abandoned tor the hag would die any hoW Hero It Is Irrigate or die easides Xorth sprIng River that I have mentionEd and some others similar el but smaller the water for the city ot and farming country Is obtained bY I borlng + wells 250 to 500 feet deep to to the artesian flow They are cased accordnandnIngroundused same at the highest edge of the city wlll not spout but will come within a few fEet of the surface of rhe ground and then a pump with the capacity CIS the pipe Is to hoist tithe water au Ilt the sumo taro fiS those which SPOUt with their own lance And eleoric or a gasoline motor Is then used to run the pump which when star ieel will go wltnoU further attention dll you got all ovenawork willle you sleep To ibolo the water to all parts of a field Is le an easy nueaer It ate ground Is level or It It has u slau away the well or the supply ditch R watertanywhere except up a kill This method of eul nation Is highly landed by those who tire following I They are not llanlsstd by the uncertainty us o whether clho clouds will Pass around tlttetn or over them No- amage or destruction of CQIJ8 on lC count of two much testano slow rule of green fields by long dry straits that ntmko the Ertart sick w sight of burnt meadows and wnvisted corn blades of Long dry spells have no wtuors for these people for teat have one long dry spell moo wI the time and they like It They do nut depend on rain and they are waver dlsal1polnted BY irrigation they get wttwt shay consider I bettEr than rains b Use they can ontrol the moisture and at1y Just as much as Is needed lust when and It meaderain when MulCu close b tae not It Is os easy to arrange us It Is to feed a hungry man and lit one that Is not hungry go unfed This nil sounds very nice and seems to bring satisfying rosuJoos hut Mr Ihtner from Kentucky or any It otter state that has dry spills und wet spells and many other kinds ot up spells st haphazard and uncontroll able by manwhere ho Is used to waiting for rain to come when he needs to and waling for It + o quit- waeA 9 + tJkS more l1nn t wIIIIIlt- he were 0 make hurried investigation for the methods of extracting weath a from the ground I tear that his verdict would bo darn such a any farming or Ords to that effect rro attempt to buy one of these of fruit farms with trees chat hear full crops now with artisan well anti house to live In and appurtenance all ready to hand for snatching money from the trees or rnklng iii up from the ground oho price would give a- very startling Sensation to a fellows bank account The price ot ttto bare ground might still be tiff enough to ive a fellow heart tro6blo and then th procuring of water and building 4 a hmbitnttton and rlmwang of shade trees and tlPIJlo trees and the long watt for dike trees to hair their golden ham ea are mIculllltw to tat n lel lows sett and inflames and Incidentally ItkxJlstlgure chat rome thank account Very true you our USe flit same ground for alfalfa or any other crop wnlle toff apple rrees art grow bug large enough 4b bear the apples of your eyes ruJot Is what many have done wlh good profit and even riches as the mauls but it takes money and grit patience and work corn Lined Roswell hUB an IliItWudo above sea level of something over 3500 feet and has no extremEs of hart la summer nor cold In wlD1CT Tare atmos- e phero Is light and pure arid as dry as a prohibition town and mAkee ob feats at a distance seems very sear Looking west from we window where I am writing I see wo mountains which appear to be six or elgstt miles away llany would guts them to be closer The largest In appearance Is El Cup- ltn sixtyflvo miles away The Oiler White Mountains glistering whito with snow Is a hundred und twenty miltS I was told of a man who scout ed the idea as to the dlslDDcethought- It a silly hoax and to prove that It was but n rritonj walk to El Captain he started out to go to It and prove that he WDS no tenderfoot After walk- Ing a few miltS without seeming to Se5 any closer he gave It up without any further dlsputo as to the distance Many people a 1tlt throat or lung trouble and asthma come here for re lIet or cure and some of them through preference live In tents or sloop In them so us to get us much resh air as poalWe some have the end of s pomrcn enclosed with n wire- serene and sleep theme summer and winter A large majority of those who como to this climate think they are very muck improved by ItSome stay tilt they think bile are cured and go back to dho former homes In a more disagreeable cllmnt to find out their mistake and then return here stay Your correspondent wihooo home Is In Huston Texas rome hero month ago to test tho climate for relief from ashron which for sever years has been a persistent enemy his and huts no trouble here think the climate Is so well suited me that I contemplate a return next tall or winter petttmpa to make this chy my home But with all the good things that be said of Itosewoll and the coun adjacent I am reminded that overt rose has Its thorn and that there will be brlr3 where berries grow For me tore Is a 1tliorn- In the wind and briars In the dust comes wld1 Itdus storms they are rolled by tna l eOl1le iterv They only come oCCiUiOnltHr Lot when they do they are not pleasant tome but the people here stem to care very little for tatrtnlei than the average person for some of your Kentucky lfAroh breezes During our stay In Roswell my wife with me we have the pleasure of being with relatives said itemise Ohio county neighbors We are guests of P Rowe and wife who ore living here and the lmresIls of bothMr and Mrs John P Rowe und Mrs Kar nOSfire living with tlJem- GEORGE 1LROWE In the SpanishAmerican War During tile Spanish American War many of our soldiers suffered severely from crump III tine tomuoh und bowels due la most cases to the change cllmmu and tile waer they were obliged to drink tthr Gto A tke of Dennison Texas gives an inseresling account ot how he came to we rr1lM of some ot the men In his regiment = Just as z wus starting for one war says Mr Lake Mr Davis gave me n largo tools of Sloans Liniment I used In our troop w Camp ljobrey for cramps and d ser4Ary among the men took finely and lea of the boys ot Troop L 1st Tex Car U S V will never target tIle came of Blooms Llnl men One case In particular was our haslet Fred Ormstey he was cramped until he could hardly stand I gave him a dose ot Sloans Liniment and lu five minutes the was and ready to go on wln tho troopEvery druggist carries Sloans Lint mentln stock You can get It In 25a 50c or 100 sired LaYIes Its- u good thing to have In the house rheumatism toothachE sanutiitoat- sthma and say pain or sltfuesa- Elys Cream Dlllm has been trIed and not round wonting In thousands homes all over the county It ins won a place In wo family medicine closet among the rellabla household remedies where It la kept at hand fol use In treating cold In tips head lust as soon uS some member ot the household begins the preliminary sneez fag r snuffing It gives Immediate relief and a day or twos trvment will put I stop to a cold which might andI 1t y J i Hartford Republican Ice se EnUnd aocor tag to law at tbrototaa ce UarHord Eli sa Ran matter of the econi 4 ea C M BARNETT EDITOR p0trEtit ClUftb lan6I 40 11 7tougbsti7r 22 J FRIDAY MlVRCH 12 1IIREPUBLICAN TICKET of For Representative W S Dean For Circuit ClerkE G Barrass For County JudgeR R Wedding t For County ClerkW S Tlnsley For County AttorneyC Eo Smith 1Por Sheriff T 11 Black For Assessor Bernard FellLcFor School SuptHenry Leach I For JailerW P MldklfT For SurveyorC a Ioxleyc For CoronerDan W KingtFOR MAGISTRATE r 1 lln Hartford DlstrlcD S Chamber i i 2 Beaver Dam District O E ScottIt3 Rockport District John W 4 Oentertown UlektctJ C Jack I ton 6 Roslne District M C CooktC Sulphur Springs District J M GrahamI t 7 Fordsvllle District C V Miles M 8 Bartlett District No DOmIneeI There Is every evidence that the I Tobacco Trust IB working with miga and main to disrupt the farmers or- t I ganization Will the farmers permit It j Are we to be invited to ignore par ty lines to voting to the same ex tent that they are being ignored in appointments by those for whom we ToteIby a newly Inaugurated Republican President to be tendered a farewell banquet by tire Democratic Club of which he Is a memberI A dispatch from Washing on says p that an effort is being made to se cure an appoliiJraenu for exSenator KenLkeep them in the SennteI Those misguided KentucMlans who presumed that President Taft would select a Circuit Judge from this state to fill a place made vacant by tile death of an Ohio man unless there were no applicants from seat State are probably wiser now that the se lection of a Ohio roM has been an pounced In the Second Congressional tOer the contest for the Demo nomination for Congress Sun is already on Davless county will furnish a candidate In the person of Hon LeVoga Clemens If a Democrat is to continue to represent that DlslTlcti in Congress we know of no better luau whom they could nominate tnnn the Davless county candidate and we would be personally pleased to Wi Qlt Clem ents secure the honor We understand the Kentucky Re publican Suite administration has a good many Democratic appointees However we lave never seen t statement made as to whebcr or they belong to Democratic Clubs How would It do to Lave a club or ganized in Frankfort and one In Wash I ington Clyto be known as tbeR publl k ran office holders Democratic Club They could use these clubs o a good advantage at election time to arrange f to uend their members home tovote agai ret the men who appoIntcJ them I Itoofficeor from whom they expected to be continued in office The new Thrift Bill should be a protective measure In all of Its sched t iules It is true that revision and f equalization of duties was promised hi I the Republican platform but it is equally true that adherence to the r protec ive principle was pledged Pnl I dent Taft and the two Houses should not allow he clamor fpr radical reduc lion to cauoe them to over look this 1fact What the couwiry wana Istliot tariff shall bo let alone na much- I as possible This tilling of titteaeu- c I Ing and tampering with the tariff N year In and year out is Ohel greatest eourco of business depression from t which we have Ito contend Of course the manufacturer is no going o run hIs plant on uncerUtlhtles and txtf t more roanufactiUries Idle the less mar- keta for our farm products Louisville Rcpublioqcs oro doing all IL they can to BufficlenHy disrupt tei party theta fo make Dmocrutic BOO a A f c I this Mil ateolHiely certain II EB8tot that tlie pary in tie lead Ing dty 4the SBCB is always ex dBgy unfarCHnatc lu ie seleotioi Bat alllKUdiitclllor city offices whea6el 111robe for tie rank and file to take ie bit in their errit and nomlnuce ua entire new eei of men wino cave titad no connection with the machine now power The nomination of a Rt pub n ticket Indeed of one trade uJI broken down Democrats would be pleasing to country Republlcans iw oughu to appeal to the good sense of the citizens of Louisville The Good Roods convention which la meeting Jn Louisville this week should nave tile encoumgemenJ of every cii zen of Kentucky The time has come when we must elher build mecudamlz roads or go out of business We can no longer haul our freight and farm I products through mud axle deep any considerable distance and compe e 1h anoher section where they can five times the arnoui with 6e same team any time of tie year on pikes The next Legislature should enact better Cad laws end leo arrange Ia appropriate out of the sate a certain amount for road pur to be supplemented by funds In the various counties Under the new school law an arrangement Is made county high schools lu order t a A I children of the country dlsirtcs ilfghjrohoolsover which they can go from their homes even six or eight miles away rtuohlng these schoa conveniently land comfortable at nay season of the year Uuless this condition Is brough about these provisions of the new school law will be of little avail so far aa che boys and girls In the Tuitvl districts are concerned In a lengthy article to the Cincinnati Inquirer Its Kentucky corres jpoadenfc at Louisville discusses 1 an entertaining maner the coming state contest In Kcaucky between ithe Republican and Democrailc parties and the relation which tbe prohlbhlon quws tlon will sustain thereto The post tion Is taken that the Domcopalc party will suffer snore on account of tae Inevitable rupture wiiich will take place within the Tanks of both parties tnan the Republicans because of rtneI attitude of Mr iWattereon end other leading DemocraBwho conrend openlj that LO Democrat can be a prohi bitionist while he Admits teat almost all the Republican lead ers are alreudy prohlbiIotilsvs and gnat this party can be kept more solidly in line on iiplafoim embodying a plank favoring statewide I prohibition Nun can she Dem ocracy The fact Is polned out that 90 per cent of tile Republicans in tie mountains are out and out prohibi tionists arid hence no loss will be sustained by the Republicans In ttlllr stronghold while the reverse Is true wITh tile Democrats In their strong holdsThis question will HWely be threshed out In vhe coming Legislature wi li an almost certain adoption of a universal County Unit Law and also the adoption of a resolution submitting the question of mate wide pro hibUion to the voters of Ken uky at 1the next general election TCiere is no escape from it and bouli parties must take some poslrloa upon this question In fact it will bo the lead Ing question before the ieoiito of Ken tucky until it is finally settler in a slaw contest v SMALLHOUS March 8Mr and Mrs L B Over hults KIrtley were In our midst Itday the guests of Mr and Mrs and Miss Mag Hunter Mr and Mra W E Fulkerson returned home from a visit to Mrs Bob Matthews Sunday who is quite 111 at her home near Ceralvo of throat troubleMr pad Mrs Ersklne Fulkerson were guests of Mr and Mrs Bill Ad dlngton Jr Saturday night and Sun dayMrs 8 E Hunter returned to Cen tertown Sunday after a visit to Mr nnd Mrs Robert Hunter and family Rev Rv D Bennett will hold a protracted meeting at Equality church beglning the second Sunday In tibia monthMr John Bennett rind Mr Entkine Fulkerson went to Livermore last Thursday with some tobacco Mr Alva Calloway was a guest pf Mr and Mrs James S Trunnell Utica Ky several days last week Mrs Geo Reid Is quite pip at this writingMr and Mrs R E Eudaly have moved from tie premises of Mr Sam Morton to their farm near Ceralvo Master Walter Wlthrow Central City who Is the guest of his grandparents I Mr and Mrs N D Fulker son was a visitor at the Baptist Sunday School Sunday Mr Oppler Kittinger has returned from the Eastern markets where he has been to purchase the new spring goods for Barnard Klttlngera store t VtiF sr J I FOKDSVILLE i Yard 9 3Reberf ll d- children are visiting her raothw JiIIrS le Johnson this weeka y siMassie aid Mrs Iarryc7o i11 vlsttlng Mtee Flora TliHrtrtIVrfr t i a Mr Carl Lanum tan moved lS recently purcfca84f Mrs Baize J r 13ltss Sadie Haul Falls of Rowga who is here attending schpol iilia pneumonia She is at the homeol r DeWeese T Mrs Joe Robens has la grSppel3- tDr W A Flemlster Is on oneirtcli list Miss Hallle Miller left MondnyVfo- iCanejville where she will instruct n class in music Jlair Dock Miller has left usiHtfe charge of a school at Suewsburyrk I Miss Orda Daniel epent Satufdaj and Sunday with Miss Alary Qulsen The recent ruins have washed du about four hundred yards of the Louli vllle and Menderson road The train Is somewhere between here and GleadVai and Is not expected here unt1It Sat urday The I C train wrecksiVto- day between here and W3iKavllle Damage was not serious Mrs Kab Wedding and Rev IMVi calf of Narrow were married at te Methodist parsonage Thursday I j Rev Thayer from the seminar j preached at the Baptist Church Sat day and Sundaya largecrowd were In attendance everyone seemed to tap precla his sermons Mrs Ed Soper died here the 4th Her death bad been expected for sev eral days Funeral services were bell a the DapUstci1urch and oondUcteUl by Rev Duncan pastor of the Afothbdls church Interment was in the Fords vllle cemetery i A S of E Notice Having a part of a load of Sock for shipment the Committee urges an I one having stock to ship to report al 11once Want to ship about rtbe middle of this month Committee r SALEM March 8Mr James Stoguer and j family were the guests of Mr T N Daniel Saturday night and Sunday Mrs J W Cummings Mrs MarthaI Hurt and Miss Morbra White visitedI Mr Norman Camp and family Sunday Mrs T N Daniel and son Char lie visited Mr J W Camp and fami lyThursdayBorn wife of Mr Farris Jam ison the 28th ult a fine boy Born to the wife of Mr Rodney Camp the 4th last n fine boy Mr Edward Tabor and family and Mr Tom Wilson and wife were the guests of Mr James Goodwin Sunday Mrs Alfred Stewart and children were the guests of Mrs N A Daniel SundaIMessrs Lon and Fred Allen visited their grandparents Mr and Mrs J W Awtry Saturday nightIThe revival meeting at Fairview schoolhouse Is progressing nicely Several from this neighborhood attended court at Hartford last week Wo have a fine Sunday School at this place All denominations attend ing In my communication of Pet 22nd the typesetter made me say thnt Bro Bailey had died of consumption and pneumonia when It should have read Mr Fred Nephus What I aimed to say was Bro Bailey failed to fill his appointment here this month Bargain in Nursery Stock Stock about EJOOO apices Peaches and Pears 2 and 3 old to closet out 11this spring at Bargain prices write 11me your wants also White Wynndotta Eggs 25 for 100 none better Ed T Shale Proprietor Pine Knot Nur series Caneyvitle Ky R R No 1 WYSOX March 10Rev Tuck filled his reg ular appointment at Wysox church Sunday with a large attendance Mr Luke Brown dined wliu MT W P Bennett Sunday Mars Billy WIlIlamsonHIram Tay lor Brub Brown spew Sunday wilt Richard Taylor Qfrs Manda Campfleld spent Saturday with Mrs Rachel Davenport Miss ifnry Benton spend Sunday night with Miss Ruby Denton Mr W E Rowan has began work ngalm at the shop after a weeks visit among friends and relatives tMrXJharley Benton returned homo Sunday after a few days visit at this place MissES Bccsie and Daisy Bryantv lo Wilson and Mr George FulVjn took dinner with Mits PUrl Do venport Sunday k dMiss Minnie Benton spent last Wednesday with Mrs Carrlo Brahect Olro Shelby Nelson spent Satuf day wish her mother I Mfr Tom Wldick and wife vlsled Mr Dlna Cox Saturday night nil Tom Kennedy and wife the guess of Mr D Coi7 Saturday and Sunday Miseee Daisy and Betele BuyaSt spent from Sunday untH Tueeday wick- S j JiJI j 1 oo C t w t Ht BY THE j Al f1 1 rFlELEASED BYPERUtiI 11 I o l I I I II I 1 I 1 rr La GrippeIs Epidemic Catarrh disease now known as grip TJIE to be called laflnefaia- ItTery ely resembles a cold but is more tenacious In 1U bold upon the system and produces more profound dis turbance Grip Lila reality epidemic catarrh When Itoaee beglni it spreads orer the country very rapidly People dp not catch the gripfrom each other but each one catches It from the atmosphere Mist Effective Medicine Ever Tried for La Grippe Robt i Madison A M Principal of Cullowhee High School Painter N 0 is chairman cf the Jackson County Board of Education He Is a wrlterof occasional verse and has contributed to a number of leading papers and magazines religions edu catlonalanctaec1l1ar In speaking of Fernna Mr Madison says Ulam hardly ever without Perona in my home It ta the most elfeetlvemedl dine that 1 have ever tried forts grippe UU also cured my wile of nasal catarrh Her condition at one time was such that she could not at night breathe through her nostrils I In consequence an Inflamed condl tlon of the throat was brought about getting worse and worse and yielding to no remedy until Fetus was tried Healthy Mueeus Membranes Those who are fortunate enough to have perfectly healthy mucous mem brands ordinarily do not catch the grip The mucous membranes lining the nose throat and lungs when In a normal state are an effectual battle against the invasion of grip But If there happens to be the sigh est catarrhal derangement of the mucous membranes then the victim be comes an eater prey to the grip This in part explains why some peo pIe get the grip while others do not The rational thing to do is to keep the system free from catarrh In attemp ing to do this most people have found Fernna to be invaluable SystemIc Catarrh the Result ef La Grippe Peruna Receives Credit for Present Goes Health Mrs Jennie W Gilmore Box 44 White Oak Ind Ter formerly Housekeeper for Indiana Reform School for Boys writes Six years ago I had la grippe which was followed by systemic catarrh The only thing 1 used was Pernna and Manalln and I have been In better health the last three years than for years before- I give Pernna all the credit for my good health Miss Pearl Davenporc IMrs Ellen Crunk spent Saturday with Mrs Q M Benton Air Lee Nelson and wife were theIguess of Mr Shelby Nelson and Sunday Mr Henry Shaw Broadway spent a few days wlh Mr Wm Buggarly last Seek The roads lire quite muddy in hills vicinity on account of so many tre quenj tutus Mrs Euvu Cotes was the guest of rrs Rachel Davenport fast Friday HOPEWELL March 9Rev Oldrum fllled his regular appointment at Pond Run Sat urday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Hiram Howard of Central City visited MTO Howard s Parents Mr and airs W P Groves lost week Mr oDd Mrs John Cummins went to RocHfcort Thursday bliss Marion Graves spent last week at Rockport the guest of her uncle Mr Zeke Graves Mr Murray Chinn and wife spent Sunday at Mr Jno Cummins Mr and Mrs Alfred Bennett attended church at Pond Run Sunday Mr Henry Hunley Is preparing to atari to Illinois Mr and Mrs Henry CumminsMrs Bsesle Williams and Miss Rhoda Wil Barns went to Rockport Friday Miss Maymee Graves spent Thursday night at Mrf E R Williams Mrs Viola Maddox visited Mrs C Decker Saturday ftlrAJex Russell and family spent Sunday wlh his mother Mrs Nancy Russell People and very busy putting up their telephone line In h community MANDA March 9 Miss Ploy Taylor me thrown from a Jiorce on he way fo church tact Wednesday Sue is ftn privlng at this writing Air Cook Somdcfur vlslUd hIs PUTX eats test Sunday Miss Glrddle Dortle Returned home last mturday after a weeks visit at hV sister Mrs Ollle Sandefur Little muster homer Johnson Is visit ipg Mr and Mrs N T Sandtifur a title writing itrSeveral aftendcdtceweddtLg of SUl1daYt visit ed at last iaidayR J The Medical Profession Recognizes The hip as EpidemicCatarrh I I I J I I 1 During an epidemic of grip Pemna should be used The doses recom mended on the bottle are sufficient After the grip has once been acquired Dr Hartman recommends the naeof Peruna in teaspoonful doses every hour during the acute stage otter which the directions on the bottle should be fol lowed Experience has shown that the people who use Pernna aa a remedy for grip generally recover sooner and are less liable to the distressing and longcon tinned aftereffects of the grip When Fernna has not been used daring the course of the grip and the patient finds himself suffering from the aftereffects of this disease a course of Peruna should be resorted to Suffered Twelve Years From After Effects of La Grippe Mr Victor Fatneande 823 Madison St Topeka Kan member of Knights and Ladles of Security writes Twelve years ago 1 had a severe at tack of la grippe and I never really recovered my health and strength but grew weaker every year until I was unable to work RENDER March 9S a Hoover of New Al bany Ind H V Money of Louisville and Rhea Armstrong of Leitohfleld WednesdayI last Wednesday Roy Awnendt of FordsvHIe was there last Thursday Sam James Jr went to Herrin Ill last Thursday Mr and Mrs M L Dowell went O Mercer StHtlou last Thursday IMira J F Hocker and daughter Mrs Ed Bean of Cleaton were here last Thursday and Friday Dr J O McKenney of TaylorMJu and Dan Rlaoods of Beuvcr Dam Were here Friday Leslie Taylor of Beaver Dam was here Saturday L Francis was In heaver Dam Sat urday Born Co the wife of Albeit Jennings a igtrl mother and child are getting along nicely Albert Is nil smiles HAandi B F Garrcvt ncdRItB B F Garrett of Mercer Soilon mere here Saturday and Sunday Rev R D Bennett of Hartford filled his regular appointment here Sunday Mr and Mrs J Alex Rhoads spent Sunday In Beaver Dam Mr and Mm Oliver Jones and Mr and Mrs Nicholas Barraes Jr of Tay lor Mines were hue Sunday W S Vick of Owensboro was here yesterday duo T Main wen to OwTnjsbqro yesterday air and Mrs August Dean r trned to their home yesterday in GOl burg 111afterr vlsltlnfe Mr Deans fattier Mir Jack Dean for the past Week AV B Alexander at Central City was here today Chas Reneer has resigned hlg posh lion hero as clerk in the CC L Co store and has returned to his I Two years ago Ibegan using Perqna and it bunt up my strength so thatIn a couple of months I was able to go to work again This winter I had anther attack of tc la grippe but Pernna soon drove it out of my system My wife and I consider Fernna a household remedy Pneumonia Followed La Grippe Mr T Barnecott West Aylmer On tario Can writes Last winter I wa 111 with pneu monia after having la grippe 1 took Fernna for two months when I became quite well and I can say that anyone can be cured by It in a reasonable time at little expense t pcru aaA Teals After La Grippe Mrs Chas E Wells Br Delaware Ohio writes After a severe attack of la grippe I took Pernna and found it a 4t jt very good tonic Mrs Jane Gift Athens Ohio writes Six years ago Ihad la grippe very h 4 Iread a testimonial of a woman whoIhad been cured of grip by Pernna husband bought me a bottle of 1 was soon able to do my work I eon tinued using it until 1 was cured home In Ceutertown where he has gone iniio business wIth his tether C K Reneer Charlie was an all round good boy he will be missed by all who knew him especially one f The big rain we had 2 weeks ago broke Into Uie Mines and flooded everything causing several thousand dol lure loss it will be 45 or 50 days before tiiey will be able o resume opera lion all of the employees got era ploymeut at the uelgborlng mines at McHenry und Simmons arid Wll llama I OrdinancePjThe City Council of the City of grdalaSecJho pubJ llcatlon of tills ordinance all persons who are nonreatdeme of the City of Hartford soliciting life dire Indenral ty accident or health Insurance in said city shall first procure a Jloens eo to do from the clerk of the City Council and tote license fee Is fixed aS the sum of twenty41ve dollars to be r collected by the Clerk of the Council Jill+ and by nlm paid tovo the irea6ury of Uie City Sec 2 Anyone violating section one of his ordinance shall upon qonvlc ii lion be fined mot less than twenty nor morelthanlthlttyooUu8 for each offense tobereeoveide to any court pf competent jurisdiction Approved Maroh 3 1909 t JAMES H WILUIAWS Mayor d GOO LEWIS Olerk t Notice Aai persons haying claims Bgalnflt the estate of Rebecca vnVJaatuf deceased j if oI are hereby notified to pMi J If sent same to me properly proven on v or before APr11at 1909 or same wilt be forever barred This March 1 1909 T H DENT Aliens OeotertoW h KT 11 1I f 1ydOne rtNo sense in running from one doctor to another Select y the beSt onef then stand by him NQ sense either in trying j this thing ttot tiling for your cough Carefully delibe r 1 ttCJctQ1ttbi9atand1U troubles Sold for nearly seven Yesiit- iyttdatbkmtkMthing y JNo lcohollli this cough medicine CLMc kyear fOftltlpaUOfl I YrletetlekaotkgoAdtold i rr J 11 c I t I l dy- i rV RE SOtVE SHOESIYOU CAN SLIP RIGHT A ANDHANDSOME fiti PRICE BUStEft rFIT 1s THE FIRST THING YOU WANT i- A PAiR or SHOES WE CARRY A LARGE SToCK f OF SHOES THAT Is WHY WE CAN FIT YOU LooK IS TIE NEXT THING YOU WANT IN A PAI tDitQr SHOES WE CARRY SHoES THAT LooK WELL YWEAR IJTHE NEXT THING YoU WANT IF WE telEtli YOU A PAIR OF SHOES AND THEY Dot WEAR BRING THEM BACK To US AND WE WILL t MAKE GooD WE WANT YOUR SHOE BUSINESS WE WILL GIVE YOU GOOD SHOES roB YOUR MoN vEY WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR THE rot 4yy t ji LOWiNG LINES or SHOES i GUARANTEED KoRREGT SHAPE BURRO JAP fl SHoES AMERICAN GENTLEMEN sHoEs NONE r BETTER FOR MEN SPRING STYLES NOW IN I r PRIESMEYER AND THE PATRICIAN SHoES roR LADIES AND CHILDRENCREATEsT LINE I- it TOWN CALL AND SEE THE NEW SPRING STYLES L n Ga 4y- F Hartford Republican FttUDAY MlVRJCH 12 I Hlnois Central Rallroact Time Table 1 V NorlliHoutMl Hanllillannd NoUt due 405sm No121 dullJl m NolJ7 lne1J80pm No WI due tcS p m y HolOJdnSMSfim No181due8dpm When People r Are SickII They need a doctor and then the next I thing they need Is pure drugs and aiit experienced druggist to fill the docjorli prescriptionsI s j yry TIHERB IS WHERE IVECOME IN We have boththe pure drugs and- y the experienced druggist We will fill I m your PrBcrJP lonB RIGHT and at as low a price as you can get anywhere J We also carry all kinds of drug store Notion and supplies and proprietairy f Medicines Give uga trial at tie old j f iil J AtTboanas corner I1 k r HARTFORD DRUG CO r 1 ixaIaaorpofated j Just received ono case of blue pound rprlot8 C jlSON 00 j The newest of the now always J i J ta CARSON Co rOur price intist upon tho depart lure of our goods CARSON ico- I VpARJffiRSl Buy your Field Seed at Uie Ohio County Supply Co 11 fi I rare0p lld eaayard II Carson Coa best o1CldlQo CiPjftat c ton Co1r pry BHBS your furawU ifl Carson 4t 1 art fttl1eCaBh 25tfi iANTED A COOKAPPIy- f tiMrI R A Noflngeri Hartford 34te andMfs amee-LNan qsitLI Its Owenltum a few days last week fti Mbiew Layer and daugir4er JIrIi tli p oUaenand grand iisughi oeeaa Lott nt1C twe pre rb t e I ridkN6tom reltxIvgs 11 1t i- lI v y I AeILt K iL I l Loet Diamond Stick pin Heturnj to City Restaurant and receive re ward Jvstwiua nice la of Ttndymade Waists Ask to see thorn CARBON CO Mr O G Nine of Lexington Ky Deputy State Commander Knights of the Maccabees is in Hartford this week In the interest of the lodge which he represents Typewriter paper of superior quality for sale at The Hartford Republican office See it before g you purchaseIElder Dan B Rlcknrd the evangelist at present pastor of the Hartford Baptist church preached two ex cellent sermons hero last Sunday morning and night Ho began a se ries of meetings at Beunetts schoolhouse about three miles east of Hart ford last Monday nfcht which will continue as long as interest prevails Otha Rogers one of J W Rogers twin boys died at this fathers home near Mogan the 26 1909 after aew ageNd e it up but it is only a link hi the chain of love thatbinds homo o heaven It has gone before to await our com us be prepared to meet our Rpneclous darJJngThe Neighbor t The ordination and Installation ser vices at the C P Church of Bcda last MTand resulted in the ordination Mr Samuel Ellis Mr Commodore Ashley Mr Arnold Bennett Mr Thomas Ma les ruling Elders and Mr Letch Bennett Deacon Aliss Mabel Ashley and Miss Etta Bennett Deaconesses Mr Quint Ballard an old and re spected citizen of the Concord neigh borhood died Wednesday morning of pneumonia His remains were Inter ed at the Harolln Chapel graveyard Thursday after uncial services con ducted by his pastor Mr Ballard was sick only a few days lIe formerly nelghborN relatives Mr Hayden Wes erfleld a farmer living near Narrows has two Jersey calves ono of which was a year old February 4 1909 and the younger one takes its birth date from February 28 1909 The news feuaire of this In cident is Wiun the one calf Is tote mother of cine other one The tno ther was Juut twelve nionUm and twenty tour days old at viie blitii of her offspring We mil special attention of our young lady contestant for the piano to tho fact that every now subscri ber will bo furnished absolutely free for one year the Missouri and Kun sas Farmer and it will be discontin ued when tile year Is out without any trouble to our subscribers unless they choose to renew their subscription This of is self should be a great Incentive o seasons to give uielr sub scriptions for the Republican The great play Monte CrlEo was given at the local opera house Wed nesday evening bfcore one of tthe largest audience which has ever been given to a play in the history of the town Everyone was delighted with the performance and tail are sigh In their pralEo of the individual aoors each of whom displayed marked abil ity and complete mastery of Cite character represented This company can always etitruot a good audience In Hartford1 in the future A thief attempted to break Into the grocery store of Mr U S Carson on Main street one nlghtylast week He prized open a back iJow which admitted him into a lumber room He then cut the screen to the mhldleI door and tried to force it open was heavily barred and locked a11l1I he failed Mr Carson did not miss anything from his store and the damage to the door was quite small That same night or the night after some one tried to break into Mrs Tinsleys residence which is next door to Mr Carsons grocery but failed Public SaleIOn Saturday April 3 1909 I will otter for sale by public auction at my residence in Centertown two good horses two wagons a surrey and a drummer wagon a lot of buggies bar ness and gearing one blacksmWh shop and lot a tot of farm implements some corn kitchen furniture and other things too s numerous to mention Terms all sums under 5 cash in handiballance on 12 months t1m8 with approval security F M ALL lr84t4 rCentertown Ky Notice All iporons haying claims against the estate of L O deceased are notlrtel to present some to Barb S esAnderson ttysBarttordKy on or bfore lA ril 1 1 09t or they twill be forever barred This Feb 16 i909 UEdNARD DAVENPORT Admr IcyI4tr r arsu DISMISSED BY ORDER M OF GOVERNOR Wm Wilson Negro Democrat Accused of Shooting Craps in Court of Appeals Room Frankfort Ky March 10 William Wilson one of the tx known colored educators of fife saite Juts been dls missed from service connected with the custodians office by order of Gov Will son Night Watchman Henry Scearce charged that he saw Wilson engaging with other negroes In a amp gismo lu the consultation room of t he Count of Appeals one night first week A delegation of promlnnet colored cUlzens headed by Dr E E Under wood called at the Execulve office co testify to Wilsons high mortal char aster Wilson vehemently denies the charge and has demanded a thorough investigation declaring It Is u case of mistaken Identity He lea rfem ocrat nod has been employed In va rloua Siae department for eight years coming here from Bowling Green where he taught Bohool hold Ing a State certificate Tax Notice Your City taxes are now due and a 6 per cent penalty will bo add llC not paid on or before April 1st W If HUDSON City MUrsaal rBARRETT FERRY Mnrch9Dro Lawrence filled his regular appointment nt Huff Creek church Sunday Several from here attended the wedding of Mr Whlttlnghlll and Miss Bhrader which was solemnized at the brides home near Shrove Ky Mrs Vernu Grant of Narrows was the guest of her sister Miss Alma Petty Saturday and Sunday Miss Edna Garden Fordsvllle who has been visiting her grandparent Mr Jack Hurl for the past week re turned home Sunday Mrs Alley Baling and little daughter Pauline are the guests of friends at Narrows this week Mr Tom Whltworth and wife of Sunnydnta are the quests of their father Sir Richard Whitworth Mr Cal DnvlBsou made a business trip to Fordsvllle Saturday returning same day Miss Grace Wedding was the guest of her grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Harrison Sunday From the amount of water that Is falling now there will be a rise probably as great as the one before A Progressive School Subdistrict number C In education al division number 1 Is a progressive school Recently It ins completed nu eight hundred dollar house Sui able out buildings Tile house Is 2Sx3Gxl with ample ventilating arrangemems A playground of one acre surrounds the house Recently a commlwe of tte citizens me and planted ito tat In sugar trees The teacher who pennl s i the desecration of the licus or grouud should any be so Inclined should be dismissed from the school Tails school district boasts of an existence sire Oi- lIng out through the lapse of n coiuury It has supplied ninny magistrates teachers and ministers Silver Dick Bland and Col C M Barnett were each former pupils of the school Time subdlstrlct true ee Mr D E Ward Is one of the vest qualified trus rocs In the county He was formerly a student of the National Normal University at Lebanon Ohio liter he graduated from a Business College taught six yearsand Is now a success farmer and a patron of the school He Is therefore able to look nt school problems from every view point All of the patrons should untie with him In securing the best available teacher and supplementing his salary In decorating suitably the walls of the splendid building In beau Ifylng the play grounds and in every way mantaining the traditional glory and professional excellence of Old No Creek J M DeWEESE Sunday School Meetings The Baptist Sunday School Union will meet at Narrows March 24 1909 Sae Worker W J Vaughn 111I hold an ln erdraomlun tlonal confer IIccr1noonterlal district each one Is la hold- a conventKptlie one regular county meeting besides the great state con venlon will work at Qrwemsboro this year these will certainly furnish op portunities for improvWlCDtIn methods of work tesldoa tlwro 1116 otier denominational gatheringsCf non for- undayy8ohoal work only ut least which they will consider the mltj Let everyone interested livtho Lords woi9tsee that tf school Is start= ed in every church W April 1 nisi where ctical in school houses halls or even groves t x tAM MVtIW A6 SPECIALS f We have just received on ap= proval 12 La= dies suits This i cut shows one of the pretty yIIty of colors and are made up beautifully No prettier or bet= ter goods can orwillbe shown this season They will be on dis= play Friday March 12 and there= s after for 10 days only Call at our store and let us show I Depend youI I Barnard St Cog HARTFORD KY 11irM111MAlA1Mr11MMW Ir1M WIpn1NW MMM I King Quality Oxfords I FOR MEN IThe new Ox= fords for Spring- S are now on sale and they are so attractive we I want everybody to see them Any price you want Ito pay from 2 to 5 per pairi I LADIES OXFORDS JjJ The newest and best the mar 5c ket affords are here for you The new shapes the new trimmings J fashions latest decree is to be found here You I ImustEPBARNESBROS Beaver Dam Ky t y litfI 4 ultV I Q J t p AMI I I I a Zi + A K j r ffII J t r r + i it Nf a Ftit i to itr 1k hi I h 4 SNA KESMAY BECOME TIPSY r Scientist Declares Reptiles Get In toxlcated But Only on a Dutch Treat I Although It tIs long been rommon to accuse a mol suffering from ohm ulo IDtbxlcarion of seeing nakce It remained ter tiChutlsts rccontl y accuse the snakes of Inebr6tY theory was ddtousscd at a meeting or the OpblologlC8l SooOty held at No 3043 Washington avenue Bronx tM homo of Raymond IwDNomars cum tor of reptiles In the New York Zoological Park air Dlt1D1tu8 ha been makings a specs study along these lines with live and dead snakes tor sub jtcts Ater them eddng he sold SdentIste allege tlurJ many capt4ve snakes die of lntoxlaution o1t Is my- brllef that ntox atl doa in both man and snakes Is due o excess nerve vi- brat1on and UW owing to the trend of evuluUon both men and the f3Iellpellt hoed ter nave HdmuA1s QIore com In the startling theory that tho serpentJ is prodded e1h vibration accumulators whlle man ibB9 to nGOl1t to drink Hence It Is eXPlained that the SnakeI organization Is superior to mandespite the human view of the snake os the most lowly CJt livthg ores turos The use or the Marge tplt between the eye and the stodtnil or the crota dine snakes such WI rattlesnakes mac- Icans JnooJ1rod and like species has been CII mystery Ito solenbtsts though the nerve bred from this pit Into the brain Is as large liS that of tJ opIc nerve Snakes posseee Ml of the ordinary fIve senses of maneight scent touch tatlte and hearing Of rehab use then Is this apparently funoUonol pit but to serve as an organ of an additional sense actualy one more thax is possessed by man himself It Is my idea that these lilts are vlbraitfon accumulators which lmiart s4mulus to the nervous system The explanation of the stupefied t40ns of vipers de catr1dty which are the snakes most specialized and possessing the most enbomtety developed puts is that they aTe Uterodly intoxicated to the point of suptduty by the unuwJal sounds about their cap the quwbers Hence we see the soil- resu t or a form of dntoxlcatlon among snakes The RoadtSasshas many obstructions but none so desperate as poor health Success to day demands health but Electric Bit ters is the greatest health builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action or stomach Ilvm kid neys bowels purifies and enriches the bood and tones and Invigorates time whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant at ford to slight Electric Blttrst IC weak rUndown or sickly Only fiac Guaranteed by ai druggiss m The Legal Line Attack Attention Is called In a Washington dispatch to the remarkable array of legal tabent that will be found lathe Taft Cabinet PIe lawyers or pre eminent repwntion In their profession are among the men chosen by the resldenteleCtJ to be his associates It Is suggt8ted In tile dispatch and we doubt not the Inference Is correct that Mr Taft has In view the grappling with problems growing out of I tooseets war against corporation buses In other worda ll1r Taft recognizes that his regime must be a constructive and remedial one Much I has been achieved by his predecessor In dlselouing the existence of wrongs In the world of flnnnce and Indus trial operation but the task or rlghtln + too wrongs has been barely begun Mr Taft declared Inb s campaign speeches that it was his purpose to continue the Roosevelt pollceeand to cinch the good work that had hen so I well inaugurated Grave dlfticultlps confront the administrator who attempts this undertaking In no fled or legislation is there greater need for the most careful consldcralou or ev ery stey RVtth a Congress not wholly amen able to popultr wishes and sometimes too comp CPOt toward corporate influence with a group of cupttnIlSS and indusrial magnates watching ever move and acting as a class to protect Its own Interesa with courts jealous I ot any constitutional Invasion reform laws must be framed with the utmost precision If they are to secure support in House and Senate and run successfully the gauntlet of the counts j Hence the value of a Cabinet expert- In the law Men like Knox Wicker sham Dickison Nagel and Balhger form a unique combination ot legal knowledge and ablllty TheEe men are tamlllnr wltn constitutional and cor- poratton law they know the ins and outs of the controversies that have OCCUpied the courts In recent years Each of them has subscribed to tile t t 4 deciarMioa tPlklt1lpiesln IWhlctI Taft outlined his proposedmethode dealing with the economic probe a that an demandIag soluUo- oMr1WtJsohtmae1 a lawyer of unquestioned Wity He poEIeBIe6 lalg the judtc1Bl mind trained to weigh circumstances anofnndittoos trained to reach fllpartlaldeclslon Under ble leadership may expected from his group ofexperts The next four years should see immense Pro grew In adjuetlng the new factors that hUe arisen In the nation We need tear no nasty and radical In lawmaking We revolutionarybeattack upon the existing order BUt wo may with confidence expect a tearlese and able eort to establish such relations between the great Interstate corporations and the dov eminent as will resutJ In the largest measure or liberty for enterprise com patible wIth the dequate protoatiat of the people from the domination of the money powerIautSYIlle Herald A Hurry up Call Quick Bit DruggistQuickA bpx of nucklens Arnica Salve Herae a quartersFor the love or Moses hurry Babys burned himself terrlbyJohn- me cut his foot with the axeMninle scald Pa cant walk for plleDIl lie has bollsandmycorns fiche tine got It and soon cured aU the family Its the greatest healer on earth sold by aU druggist In Democrts Back wnon Tariff IThQ Democrata in Congress have t changed their tactics A short time since tL was announced that they Would prepare a Tariff bid of their own ohdI- nItTOduoe it do the House an example of what they oonafd red would w a fair and equitable Tnrittmosty for I revenue But the have changd 2hoir minds on that pont They ore nit going to show thelttands at nIl They dare not draft s bill of their own They cannot do It They would rind as many confltotfng Interrote es the Re ublicsns will find on their side X logical and symms meal Dleutocnatd- cTariff bill Is an Imposstbl1 If an attempt were made to draw such R bill the country woulll have the laugh DemocrntIIC they are golng1lo remain In the domain of gUt1erlng generalities It ts easier toargue In that domain It stead of making a bill of their I own LS we had all hoped hey would do the DemOCtQltlc leaders say that I they are going to confine themselves to efforts to rostrum the majority frcm-i enacting their bill That Is not pat- rlotJe The country In the wry of prosperity boa nothing to gain rom prolonged agitation over this question The sooner It Is sewed the batter it will be for all It Is better to have a somewhat Imperfect bill enocoo next mouth than a perfect bill sly months from now for the six months will be months or Industrial and commercial stagnation The POInt has been roach ed where tbe farm needs to be idle posed of In some way or otherCedar Rapids Republican iNicknames State of States ArkansasBear State CUlltomlaGolden State- ColoradoCentennial State DeawareDtu2 Hen State FloridaPeninsular State r- GeorgiaCracker State UllnolsSucker State- Ind1anaHOOIer State- KansasSunflower Sa e- I Kentucky lusgrees Mate- i LoulslannPeicaa State MatnePlne Tree State dar land=Old Lime State- MussachuoetsTBay State- MichiganWolverine 9nte State MinnesotaGopher State MontanaStub Too State NevwdaSllver Stare New HnmpshireGmnf1C Saute New JerseyJersey Blue Stare New YorkEmvlre State- North CamllnaOld North State Nor Ih DakbaF dcitertal1Stae OhO01ukeye s tc OregonDeaver Stat PennsQtiianaIIe6ItoQe State- Rhode IslavidLiitioRidy S ate South kotaSlngloState TennessooDlg Bend State War Eltate ITexaInnO rourtlaln Saute Vlrglnlad Dominion StseIWashing onMncok West VlrglntaPanlande Stuto WfSC03snIadgor tire Knew a Good Thing I A minister In a certain town In Indlalnn has stumtcd In to use display ndel4 like a merchant or bus- Iness man He has already had to en menubersnow engaged to be mnrried It pays youhave PrlatersI 4 y j 1 nSIMPEERECIPE CORE TNEIKIDNEYS N Easily Prepared MedicineI Goo JiFor Kidneys audj ladder r- erte r Is a simple homem6d a mi turn as given tfy an emhrtent sultbct on Kidney dt9Q whbmakea till ment that It will relieve 8im06t any ease of Ktd ttuuh tdaeese before the stage of Brlght9 JQ atatn1that such symptoms tam backPam in the side a 1fy desire to urinate especinidy st btght patatul and discolored t rlnsablonr ereI readily overcome Hero Ls iIIIIe Try tt Fluid Extract Daadtd1Oru prosball- onnee Compound Kargoo ee ounce Compound Syrup Satlg three ounces Take a tteepooofut stter each meal and at bedtime tfhese Ingredients are ak barrel and easily nixed lilt home by Qm1a1ng well to a bOttle Thlsop1hture Ihas a peculiar healing oDd soothieg ettect upon the entire Kidney Urdneawatauc tune and gften overcomes tine w forms of RohemnntJsm in just a little while This mixture la said remove aU bIoxi disorders 8IDdcure Rheumatism by tord11lg tt KJdooJS to litter and strain from Ahe- and blood system all uric add and foul de comp Wae matter whIch rouse these afflictions Try It It you arn well Save the presetdptdom Night on Bald Mountain On a lonely night Alex Denton of Fort Edward N J climbed Bald Mour tale to the nome of a neghbor bor tuned by Athma bent on curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery that had cured hlme6if of athnm Thts wonderful medicine soon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor Later It cured his sons wife or a severe lung trotible Millions bedeve Its tJtegreat- est Throat and Lung cure on mirth Coughs Colds Croup Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs are surety cured by It Best for Hay Fever Grip and Whooping Cough 50c and Loo Tidal bottle tree Guaranteed by all drug gist m Practical BusinessYews The National Asooclaltlonof Wool Manufacturers at its animal mtlrtng In Boston February 3 indorsed the atttJItude or The Americalll ProtMtiv n ThrIft Lungue In opposing the ores lion of a permand Thrift Oammls- slon as needless useless und mdsoMev ous The association adopted also re solutions deprecating any redueJIon o Tariff duties on wool and woolens These are the expressions otbualness men who deal with fasts and connected with the Tariff question In nil Its phases Their vieWS should count twlt Congress and the country They are safe guide- sAbraham Lincoln Protectionist iApPTOprlqte to the one hundredth anniversary of Ute birth of Abrltiiam Lincoln which occurred Februa l2 1909 tile Atneriean Economlat tmese4m- ta remarkably Interesting collection of extracts from the wrdtdn of the Great Emfanclpntor upon the subject or Protection to American labor and industry Ilhe extracts are from mat ter prepared by Mr Lincoln between his election to Congrees u 1846 and ti taking or his seat In Doombcr 1847 It will be seen that his relaldvety- oliecure nlnols lawyer more ulan 1x ty years ago was thinking dooply and profoundly upon aqucstton which even In his dUy was or vital consequence to the nation but which ulimq ely became second to the eruanclllnt40nr of the slaves and the peep mcnt aboll- tion of human servitude In rte UnE ed States the greatest or all nation al questions l How firm a believer Mr Lincoln was In the value of the Pmtectivopollcy and how inieneely he devoted his powerful mind to the elucidation or toot policy Is soon In these selections from his Tariff thesis In toM pon slderaUon or this as of aU great tJU- onsMr Lincolns splendId mot8MW is exhibited Simple homely b irresistible In logic and In force are his Illustrations of economic ttUJ11 or the Protection doctrine He demonstrates for example that though the farmer could buy his ienIails cheaper abroad than t home he had tort a market near by tar inoc- eprofitabe to him titan the faraway marker for ho hod to pay hedoublo- c t le double wnse ofrnnding hIs wheat abroad Mr Lincolus Jjt16J en men of the quaint dialogue between the farmer and Vulcan tie furnace master embodies an unan- swemble argument The farmer had sold his whent and corn in mllrotie 3r rSURE CURE A For All Diseue o- fSTOMACH f LIVER 8 Kw ETS f taket11hishe IM something to till csncot beshlppdto Europe xo turaantodtdpoee 0t I etc But Jol a change M9 takesa p There ls ngthfng doing alt tie ioIt was compelled to abut down wta the faralen began buying hteUteoUs barsxI lastYe The whole cn of Protection laud the farmer ta wonderfully Well stated In this episode Eugally irate kad equally powerCul- In mode of statement Is Ur lJIn coins sla wing of the abnlute mt toF3eedlladee e cheaest and lUng In thb drestmarkWtMr Lincolns iuetmafloine ut growt= lately convincing Upon the aoJ1ql3 a- more inetrtmtdvo anti wlllabo confnt button tDthe Ytenature or Prdect1on- I than are three ohlataotonlsfitc Un- coln1aus Isoot to be fOl1ndoEvery word ever wrl11en or spoken bylth Great Emancipetor belongs to ilao tory and iatvcolemttlsd by tile w11d1l ytromOd What ho though and wrotl3 rotection has bcoomre pC- transtxtadetub idem est In these da11J of TarOCt rofonm these words Abraham Lincoln are like a messyg from on high p IPower of tot thatta government with a11Ieet or air ships could bo eucceesfulif met only by another with n fleet as IJtrong pnd las well handled or what would troops be before an attack from the skies Explosive bombs dropped from the c ouds would scatter and shatter the greater army that cool be mobilized WaT6hip on which so many millions have been spent would he wlthbut value save ns old Iron the day a coyer of aeroplanes or dt- rlglbles appeared In tile offing N- fortifcationa could be constructed ndClll3Cey to defend our great cities One high explosive bomb dropped ram a great height would destroy a complete section Recent experiments In Germany an France says the Technical World Magazine furnlalt good proof of the attitude of the KaIser and the French Republic toward the future Fran co bas done Important work In the der- velopmeni of the aeroplane os well as the dirigible baloon The Zeppe Un airship 1n Germany bum on 9 gigantic plan and la spite of several unfortunate accidents uncommon successful has marked the nowfeyie fleet of war The French have been quick to profit by wlmau has been done elsewhere and in the matter or dlrgUbles have turned out n new and peculiar airship of which much Is expected What Is It to be Drunk AUlU1tJborltnJve dPClnlJon ofmrnt constitutes drunkenness bas long been needed and the wet Is now supplied by Judge Hara of NQShVm whoI was hearing resUmony Of tile fitness of a juror wbohnbltually uses latex Icants Judo Has ruin that a man Is drunk when he Is so much unIdeT the influence of liquor that 4e becomes U nuisance to tie general publicAn Old view of drunkenness which has had wide aocepnnce wUs than n man Is not drunk so long as he canI lie down wut holding on to British JUsU haa reoenbly helq that a man can ub4 be regarded WI drunk If he can find his way home alone These precedents are ndw further am pllfled though Nashville tlOClslol1 Is subject to uppcal and rviow by the hlgeher COUIIIt Is obvious that betweett otbeext trornee of drunk aS alord and sober IISo judge st wide laUude of Indulgence In sUmulanJ9 Is allowable The question of capacity enters Into the rose B8 between Poe for wham one glass was too much and Pitt and Dundda who divided seven tJoIJtlesoI port bowteen them tn ant evening But It Is made clear thc any amognt- of tacking and tilling in geJng home and any number of stabs of the key hole are permissible theone reso TIc tion being as to interfering with the public pence mite Nashville decision Is ogatuIboisterous Intoxication the home till morning and rune tolling rceUngklIth eondllop of noisy gloriouslytrunkgentlenmanlyexubetance which does not interfere shim the I1joymen er cam tort of other personaNew Yprk World LECIRIB utlokRiUrandVGnfcrfnhdaobo Tadigietiga 1Il aefiit tc I 4 vtr r j Great Catastrophes IItI the genera optnlotr lilt Berth tiuakee con JtutEltb mot tpribte UltropluebQhaat oPrqlCrty lays an Enklllli1 wrk44 This 16Wlsn tile ovn- vuleloq In Southent Italy killed not lese than 2oooQtpeOp eurtdlnt ClireIulfuf10LdsboaearttmQttako tsvhlchttanlelthex numbert2mof tatiLl1lles cau toOOO dcatits tli that one city alone and axrouJ an equal number elsewhere The South American one 101 1867 was responsible for 30000 That which deshvytdt Jheppo- in 1822 Mew 20000 tIhe96 lire the pqnlmlngwhich are obtainable and the told combined lose of l1eI will be ob8eTved did not atairy eexc 360000 nut when the Yellow River burst Its banks In September 1887 more than 7000000 PeP1O were drowned In the resultant great flood which lOy eyed to an average depth of tx Zest a populous Chinese province the size of Scotlal1d Thus in this ono tnsttophe morelives rer6lo titan In aU the earthquakes recorded in the worlds history Then again there 1e pestilence The black death killed in china where la broke out AJlat67000000 In all In India alonetmd that within the past 12 years bubonic plague line slain over 6004000 people and the epidemic still rages Famines nra plagues a close see BombayandpIe and that which preyaldeJj in Northern China to the tlllme year nndw1i1ch was due to the same climatic muses cost 95Q0000 lives Danger of Tariff Revision Tariff revision Is tOmethlntthat has Invariably weakened the party that undertook It and It gill probably be SO In this case The party has this advantageit will do 18 work at the beginning of the new administration nd1f Congress shall give usla well balanced scientific Protection measure It will vindicate itself before the thatdwill be a loss ofCongressional the party willl be a loss of Congressional control in 1910 but It Is acarcely possible for the law to have proven itself In tIme to dissipate the preJu dices that wlll no doubt be engendered while It Is being trained up and Immediately after It shall have been pausedCedar Jtaplds Republican Notice All persons indebted to or having claims saint Ed Davison are reques ted to adjust said indebtedness and prove their said claims at once ED DAVISON Worse Than Eartnquakes Speaking of volcanoes earthquakes and other great convulsions or Nature It may be well to remember hat there are some things oven more destruc tive witness a tale that is told ot an occurrence during the earthquake InClurleston South Carolina several years ago A resident or the shaken city while felt that his duties required him to retnaln there to do What he might for the sutreooIBi sent his slxYenr old son out or the danger and confusion to the youngsters grandfather tn New York Three days after the boys anivl the Charleston man TeOO1ved this telegram from hIs father Send youboyA man now middle aged whose boyhood home was in the same ferUle region was wont to recall a very soy era freshet this swept the 0k1 home stead away And the next thfng I of father he would say nt s thrilling point of the narralve he wen at dmvrnstream on the dIning room table- And What did youfol would Ithe invariable query Oh I aceosupanled him on tits ptanoWotnal1s Home Companion for March A Reliable Ramedr CATARRHElys is qulcklaborbi Glee Rellel alOne Itcleanses soothes heals and protects the dlepmemd brass resulting fromGstarrli sad lrtvee toresthLade at Druggists or by meal Liquid ctaEly r I IBIDtome CUlIIIia 1eilIOI for die uio I GUaraattid r T- t lPJioJiS8 cDxaLia- OwEaiittrrl T t tl B6Yra 1TATTORN14 i wt HARTFORD KY t ill practise their profOeion In ail the courts ot Ohio and adjoining cone ties and Court at Appealet attention trlten to aU buafnwentiuted la her care C91ecUonlJa d the Praa tics of Etat Law Specialtfei Office In Aepubiieaa build InsFXFRANK L FtLIX o Attgrneyatt w HARTFORD XY Will practice hie protloa la ohio and adjoining counties an41Z the Court ot Appeal Criminal practice Id Col lectlon a Specialty Office In the Her aid building fl x WEDDING Attorney at Law IWLTFORI q FederalCourtEtc Collections promptly attended to countyOffice H IiIIEAVBIN EUNE8T WOODWAIU NEAVRiN WOODWARD G t otflet s Q ta t41 7 HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts ot Ohio county and Court ot Appeals Special attention gy tin crIminal practice end collections Of flee next door to hank ot Hartford YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT Laws HARTFORD KY Will practlc his profession In all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Dank I W U DARNESI BARNES ANOER5ONt Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KYWThe undersigned announce tlllIt they have formed a partnershIp or the prac tice ot Law In all courts State and Fed eral wIth offices south Bide ot Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention NotarY In office W n BARNES S A ANDERSON JOlIN D WILSON CIIA9MCROws WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY- Willpraeioe their profesetonjn all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to crimInal practice and to CO eoUOIIlsOft1 on Main S opposite Court HouSe IIIaUOOW1trithoroaepascapwod nwronMftINO aIIR QIII4 Boot oarroeublertentswrlttoa tisvsntlftilnlratoWA DoC r t 4 KILLTtta COUCH ANIICURE THaLUNca WITH Yi r Kings I Discoveryf it frNANIATXSPAOTOO T 4 fCPiW an = p vie hqW to o Jtwaa trove connallY IN ALtCOUNTtlJJ cwpu1tt1uder ytwrite 50sI CY ti t r 4 It 1 rJpi 9 I r e co 1 It v art s p i M L HEROES OF THE ij + MIlillY DEEP Brave Captains Who Have Perished With their Ships I Heroic Sentiment is That the Captain of the Ship Shall be The Last to Leave rJ1 Captain of the Vessel ah- be all the laetto leave- Tttls 1i mia Mntiment was vividly portrayed a short while ago when cvstn 6ea4by of the Illfated Repub tnleVcrymahW crew halt been saved The ast to leave It Is the law universally aclm w edged at BOO by officers and men aUke as tJ8 basis of selfspeot avid honor From It no Oapb1ln ems ipt One of the btof these heroes tae Ohle Officer Paterson of t- BTitleh hs King One dray l couple of he satlod from New 4underthe command or Captain YorkI ganfGreot storms Impeded the lllgfof h ship and no stupedous was vlol3I1OO of the waves toot they stove In the pow plates and be tone doo1mge WM discovered tons of water rushed latothe hold Cap talnOHagaJl told ids men to ahl the cargo but barrels and m9GS weN- hU11llpt this way and that and on of theta driving the Osptain bac- Sgatnet the wall cruahed bls leg- seveniely 60 that his lad to be carrl to t lifeboat For a brier apace was no Captai m Then Paterson toot oommmand At- critlceil n moment hli strong pored n aUty and calm assurance saved thead creW from panic Tree baste fl1l with sailors of the ndUsh King lWeN launched In safety Wlhlle the naw com manenrtoodin sileaoe on t1ie bridge Lower and lower sank the 1IIetartPd ship and as one heaved and took her Qinal plunge Paterson blow a fanre wen b1lut upon his vrhtstle ao the fast dopaating crew- QultedlUerent bUt nro lees J1EroIc was the manner In which Oaptai Griffith of the Atlantic l1mnspol1t Line teamebfp Mohegan faced tb Though It was scarcely darker hdatws l- October n 1898 and IiUS rapidly sinking Dbe last glimpse or Oaiptaln- GTltt19 h ved him standing on the bridge ordering the boats Ito be lows1 ed in onion 4o save hls crow Hcroio In death rOc was thet7aptai of tjro o1shlpL which several yurs ago was buried at sea Do torn thlnkidg of his own safely ivs saw every tuna of his crew olear of the doomed vesseland then it WaS tOO late Foot by fOOt he wasdr1Y- en onward by the flames till lilt dast ltehu11f over the bow A tramp stoat srjp came up but the wWers Iwern ItO bootsFiDl6osen hIS hold and whle ills hlp burned fiercely on he was dashed In to the ankry seas beneath But sun more dramnsUc was the death of Captain Deloncle or the French Liner La Dourgogue sunk In the summer ot1898 As ho stood one nlgbt upon tOO bridge a taU bark suddenly Loomed out of we drok ness and deaiing La Dourgogue a fa tat blow twmed hurriedly away The men pn award went frantic In eaaauble for sntety linemen and Crew lest their wits and people ron Pand down the deck in mild despair 0 01onc19 stOod calm arpidi the tu molt l9uddonly he abandonEd biro self to the dramatic horror of the eceme1 seizing the whistle rope sent Into the skies one long wlldalJ trig groan It WI Dolonolee last m lute Perhaps the noblest tb of a1- was nt taJn Orawon of to- monitor Tecumseh tthe oitduek It August 1864 onMobllo The ship V9S fast slnkhtg there was not a hr- ment o to l0 tNile rohe toot lOt tlhe manhole above the turret o safety two men motOaptaln Oraven and WlIUOt There would betino for bone tit to mount Tile Oaptafn kmmv It tOO violet knew It flub tboro Was n- i hesitation With a smile avtlnCra von stepped to oneSide After Yet ipUot lie said The man sprang up she ladder and his iifewas saved but tho brave Cap tale was ewelptunder and carried tor destruotlou Ibr he cruel sea ills Appendix as Evidence Joo staging Oren his OOIlIfun lon Ibhat his physcai ohaadltfoa was I then to him eQeeding In an automolUe Nat1 oter F a elllc merohantwdo dyes a 1 the Hotel Plaza Said ou die bpmch- fn mentor lsbrateHrownno ib th 1il Police Oouyt yesteaday a Tleil a coetalnl his Y1 form app Fivo weeks o he told the Court L i It r tv1 i- ay uppendlcitlsDr and was told that Itwould be n mlrtC311 tt I pulled through fir irdmaa ntld It was one Of the haidesb opetatl- ho ever tackoled I drove been veO weak ever sluce and W would be fats for mia3 to ado fast Irian nutomoblleL- 1lr iOrntd gave this testimony In nbstonyCIof 266 Prospect avenue Drook lyn who waa lL1Te9teI yesterday u0u lc r soon at One Hundred and FjObydlf- atreob and DlOCldMuy while driving this employer and Mrs Graft Bicycle Policeman MXooog wtto mule this arrest testftletl rJ10t lInUSJCor was going nt the rate of 22 miles Iln tour Hauser testified aunt when arrested his BpeedomeeT mow dlbUJt 16 rail an hour Esew that ts an unlawful rate of speed said the Court and heM me chauffeur for Speclol Sessions In 30 ban GO With Rush The demand foal that wondartul Btom nob Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings New Lire Pl1s4s astonishing at all druggists sy they never saw theBk- 1s Its because they never tall to cure Sour Stomach Constipation Indlges tier nllloqsness Jaundice Sick Hood ach Chills and Malaria Only 25c at- aU druggist m UPSET STOMAGH OR INDlfiSETION Ends Five Minutes Afte- k Taking Some Diapepsin Stops Food Fermentation and Cures Stomach Trouble Before You Realize it Take your sour BtDmaohor may you call tt Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas trifle or Chtrutth of Stomach Itdoosn- jmattnrtnJe OUT stomach trouble right with YOU Ito your Nmt1II1ac1st and ask him to open a b0cent case of Popes Dlatpepsia and lob you eat ono 22grtlin Tr1angule and see i- wtNrlm f five minutes there Is left any thane of your stomach misery Tie correct name for Ourtroub1e ls ood Forntonhttlontoad souring the Digestive or ns become weak there Is lack ot laStrlo juice Our Loaf Is only halt digested and you become aftocbwl wIth Jiass of appetite pressure and fullness after vomltidgg nausea hesrtbutm 8do In bowels tend mess do the pit 0- 1stotnack bad taste 1111 mouth conat1pa tlpn pain in limbs sloplosaness bOtching of gas bllloUStlCSS sick and many other similar symptoms If yrour nppet100ls fleko and not1i Ing tempts you or you belch IIS or It you feel bleated after eating or your fad dies like slump of Imd In your stomach you Dan makeup your mind that at the bottom of aU thls he1C Is but one oausofermentation of un digested food Prove to yourself attoi our maxi mel that your Eton1eh s as good as any thut there Is nothing really wrong Stop thIs fermentation ond begin eating what you want without tear of discomfort or miser Almost Instant Teller Is walblngtor you It is merely a matter of how soon you take a little Dlal1sln I 12000000 fora HorseI Twelves million dollars for a horse Thats going some and makes all the fancy prices paid for Dan Patch irlno Heir Arlon St1vaOr and other equine stars look dike thirty cents Yet just such II den has been closed In Kala mazoo which for many days promises to be II record transaction and In every sense lot the word Is bonnflde It Is between Fruk Kress superln tendont pt the 131vetsida Coating Mills rand Louis Dhrmann RoSe atree- I hotel moo All mme about through trunkehorse In question property of Mr Kro He insisted lb weighed more than L160 woods while Mr Ehnnann was equally certain that It did sot Thereupon Mr Knees Said he would be willing tD sell rtha horse to Mr EitrmanD taking beaus In pay one iceaan ton that pound Is excess of li60 theothird and so on Trhls bargain was snapped up in II hurry Tihe horso weighed was found towogh oocJy 1200 pounds just tort excess of weight olaimed by owner Local anatheaaaUcians got busy and figured up on flue transaoUba Kress finds by allowing 3400 beans ton quart Mr Eimnann will have to pay j him 600000 bushels or beans torthe animal l Beans nOW sell at 250 to 250 bushel which makesthe price 12000 000 to 12500000 sad half a mih liar la really a small m Gov In such transaction Kress eayshe win deliver the horse tOCdaY IaInd Intend to hold Dhmnanito 1M 1 obntraotn Jjr M 1 9 J e J THE REAL VALU- EOFSUPERSTIGION Omen May Cause Inconven fence as Well as Tidiness Girl Who Thinks She Will Hear Bad News if she sits on Table Wont Sit There esIn apte of the contention that this Is the ago of the Iconoclast we ilavo as many pet superstitions today were ever known In the world 0the old list dont walk under a led dor dont break n mirror dont mov on Saunlaytbere maybe added now one as long as your arm qond then each new friend you meet will contribute something you had never moeed Ino a new neighborhood and mCI- tan entire new set of acquaintance lamewteda Olt I ravish I had rev known you people Ob yes I like tou and you are delightful to bo wii- butyouve added aU your supers dons to mine and goodness knows I had enough already The peulan t remark was made when In a moment of exuberance she sprang upon Ith e dining table and art theta swinging her feet for which she was admonish that she would be dtaappointed brrush wisp of newwpapers and was told that she would have bad news lIloome way connected with paper either 1 oss of money or kleterloratlon of sgckfao a just had news In a leoJter thorn are two other sulwrstlUons connected wlili the table One of thorn Is that must not place shoes on this tab o must not lay the parcel right from the store on the table tmless you are itching for a quarrel The crocked dish or glass before t1 guest a table With some people this super sUlion concerning cracked glass t so deeply rooted that a dniner at a restaurant will be completely Rolloo for them It the wal r chances o bring them a water glass thII Is cracked lOr chipped TIle menace Is nothing mrot than a sooldlng or larnh criticism but the implication Is that the scoldI Ing will be dtServedfIJTo change tdre sheets ootJlJe bed on Sunday presages a week of din aster and to trim the finger nails on Sunday botolcens that before th end of she weak rho Individual SODleth1pg of Which to the bread board Is an evil omen to be lfoHow ed by bad news and not merelY one piece of bad news boa a spiratate gorief each bit dried dough A film of dust under the bed either on the cnrpot oT on rho bare floor lndiaites rto Ithe careless housewife the Suro loss of money and a soiled dish on tho pantry shelf Is the tororvuuer of un welcome guess- iwhother some wire grandmother invented all there superstitions ouU ofC whole cloth for ho benefit of tho rising generation or they grew spore taneously because of human need for them It Is certain tlratr the etTict observance of three would make for good housekeeping und proper deport wont The young girl Is leas likely w sl onothe table And wJ1eUI she begin will be disappointed dUll If she III merely told that It Is not ladylike to on the table And when she begin to learn to cook her bread board I sure to be kept immaculate Ir she has the dread of bad news And so nU down the line the popular supersti ton Is tile monitor or neatness nndI good conduct byFiscalCourt LtsS of claims allowed by the Ohio Fiscal Court January Tory 1909 Ashby W P per diem 1950 MIen W L hauling lumber 350 Allen W L team on road 160 Anderson T L mane 45- Arbuckle Dros same 60 Austin E G saute 450 Allen C Y same 1050 Amos Geti ry same 750 Atchison E G same 900 Allen O G same 150I Anbuckte Estil same 675 Amos A PG same 975 Amos C P same 900 Arnold BJ same 160 Arnold J A same 300 AskIns Lon same 975- Acton S R same 450 Alkom A F same 150 Ashby E J same 150 Ashby O R same 375 Ashby IA lor same 150 Ashby H D same 160- Akins Joo same 600 Barr Goo lumber 526 ell Jell same 106U- Bellamy J A same 4185 Barnett Alec SUpOlvlsor 1960 Black Dlrl head l1OOOunt toIdate 8065 BannettG lJ Dt OOIM ditch and- creek 4600 Drown L I hauling lumber 100- r i 1 i1w j f 14 j ftj t wI rafmta E Mdse furnished jail 30 0 Barnard E P lumber etc 2750 4379Ne 4 O bridge 210- Dabbltt Logan Ohio Oo AssSsmnt 14593antardb I jall 1 82 Barnot Sam T Superintend work on levee-rDow Deposit Dnulrcrodia On Dote to county250O0B- arn I U F team on road 37ij- Darnnrd E P same 60- Dlankennhip W C same 1- 8Barret Joe snllle 46 I Darnard n I lumber 25- 1Barnard n L team on rouJ 451 Daruanl Elmer sumo 675- s Black A W same 450- I Bowen Jno C alms 450 Brown T H sonic 37 Black Jas same 225- I Black Chus some 300- II Brown L H same 22 i Dolze W 1V same 300 Derry EOrer same 300 Dean Dresden same 22- v Dean Caleb same22Dolton SlIus same 150 Doswell Trtomas statue 450- r Buly J D same G0 Ballard J A same 450- h Brooks David same G rnet Jeff same G0 Bemis hoary same 35 Board E G same 1200 Baird J 1V same 1125 Dornett L Ii name 160 Boll S W seine 225 Baird n A rome 15 Barnet Joe S tome 1050 Bald A L pre 150- L Dell Jeff same Brooks E L same 15 Barnarnl Jakb sane 22 5 Drown Logan same 22i Boll W lI swine lb Dell John same 150 Bennett J L same 156- u Drown O M same 300 Brown H J same 3T Boone Fred same lbO Bmtoher E J same 300- BaTIlOrd E A same 900 Drown H J same 300 Dnugh ii G same 150- s Brown Harry same 1050 Brown AlI don same 450 Brown XOI1OOd same 3T Carson Co MUse furnished Ai1ms houso 7673- e Coleman rw M Umber work C 3175 CarSon U S lIse furnished Alms house 715 ChnmlwrUn D S lEr diem 1500 Cooper Ed hauling c G 25 Oaldaoll J Aleaan on road 350 626iChick RVIB name 4b 0 Clark Jerry same 226 Clements G A same 375 Christian G J same 375 Cummins Urrts same 150 Combs Goo same 1bO Colburn Chcs samo 300 Conrad Walter same 225 Cox 11benL repairing road 150 Cox AI1b03rt team on road 375- Clamblfs W L same 2025 Coy A 0 mane 150 Ellen same 300 Crowe AusJln xune 300 Canary R D same 1200- Crowe W P same 450 Cox O C same 22fi Callow y Alva same 76 Curtis r IL same 750 Chancellor J 1V same 300 Curtis Jett same 2w5 Cummings Henry same 300 Cummins John same 450- Olrlna John state 375 IOhlnn J Lee same 300 Coy D bLr same 750 Conrad Walter same 75 Coleman Wm sane 450 Daniel Henry and Wan Park build lag bridge IGOO Dean W S services M Corer 300 Duff Dr J AA salary as County Physician 5000 Bean w Sper diem 1500 Deaver Henry Services as Supervisor 1950- DeWoese J M County Supcrtn 0denrlent 110000 0Duff Dr J A salary as County Physician 2500- 0Doweos I S Oaring for Katie Self 1000 Dennis T COrk On road 300 T C same 300 Duke J Dr same 10GO Dowell n 11 same 160 Dan Ie Jim n same 225 Daniel Roy same 226 Davis SetJh same 300 Drake H T same 300 Davis R N same 460- Daugherty Davis same 1350 DouglasC D sate 300 Davis Ed same 225 Daugher yiG W shame 960 Davis S N same 300 Duvall J W same 450 Dennis G 1V same 376 Davis N D same L60 Daniel W R acme t 225 Daniel yNfll same 16- 0ue Jr o camp 600 Duke E F same 226 Duke 1t A same 376 same t300J DUkeIT H 1 De Bruler C W same 1500 Dawson J If same 121 0 Dodson Eldred same 11 0 Dooley LuUel same 300 Dawson Jerry same 50 Duke J D lumber 450 Edge W IL per diem 1500 Evrorly S M Umber 22 Ellis S H team on road 225- o Edmona J C same 675 Embry L E Same 710- o Evans Amorlat same 160 Eisler Ed same 26 2 Embry A N foam on road and sills 45O- I Eskridge Julius team on road 3325- I Eakridga Joseph same 1251 Eskridge Joseph same 900- I Eskridge Jno T some 9 Edge A S same 22 5 Easter Dink some 750 Evenly J H same 1GO Eyery Sam same 150- j Footer Isaac Sutervisiug Jailers R ldcnce 10 Flenr W M services as jai ler Fentress L lumber for bridge 7S0 Flener Clellon team on rood 375- i French W Ii same 150- i French W J same 150 Flener D F same 450 Fleaer J W same 675- I Fold Jacob same 16 O Feemstor CUM name 300- I ThITls Sam same 825- I Fought N J same 150 Fentress T P same 900 Feemster Chas same 1 p Fentress L T same 9 00p Frey IIruano same Froze Frank same 1225- Ford Athur same 300 Fuqua Lawrence save 10 Frenoh Lewis same 225- French W T same 450- Frame 1V S same 450 Griffin Z Wayne claim allowed Goff W P building bridge 1650- Gray Allen team on road 525 GrUHn W T same 525- Gray Aonzo same 600 Gray Claude snub 60 Gray V C saute 19 Gist C D same 46 Greer W J1 same Grubb T E same 750 Hill J C umber 2145 Harrison Hood lumber 44- Handord Mill Co glass an rock 475 Hudson C D work on pUblic road 3082 Hagerman J Y team on rood 150 Holbrook R and WO same 300 Hobdy P H same 1300 Hodges J T same 600 Hocker J A same Q50 Howell O D same 750 Hines T H same 600 Hatler J N same 450 Hooker W L same 325 Haskins Pate same 82 Howard ins same 675 Hurt L same 0Ap Harrison J J same 225 Hardin Masco same 150 Harrison Tort same 600 Huden Bowman same 375 Hayden Will same 300 Harrison Corby same 300 Howard Jas H same 3160 Huff Logan same 900 Huff J S same 750- Haynos H W same 450 Butt Ollie same 150- Belton J T same 225 Hickey Robert same 601- liussey S J same 300 Henry J Ii same 1125 Hooker J C same 460- iglehearr W I team on road 300 James R C Coffin for K VIPrice 1000 Johnson Cleveland team on road 30 James Henry name 150 James W L same 150 Jackson E W same 171i Johnson Jo1n A lumber 5520I Keown Cal P services as Comr 2500 Kelly N P lumber 17332 Kirk 0 N hauling lumber 300 King L N c work on TOad 2950 King J A team on road 750 Knott W C same 150 King S L same 300 Kirk Goo same 625 Kirk G N same 185 Kirk J D rome 450 Knot A L name 835 KellY R D same 400 Kirk OScar same 1925 Kirks Oscar same 875 Keith W H same 1riO Kirk W G same 375 Kirk W G same 450 Lyons Jas Mdte for Alms house 376 Leach J N lumber 1000 Lowe J F team on road 375 Ulutcrnvnsser R D same 150 Leach D C same 4iiO Leisure W L same 300 Leach J M same 750 Logsdon J N same 1660 Lewellen Dee same 150 Lamb Jno same 150 Livens Wm same 300 Loyd Clove same S25 Lane Arch some 750 Lane Arch tame 2975 LamllGtus P R same 300 lJelsuTO R A same 7 O- LlndleyO A Same 150 Llndtey Nat same 150 Miles J lit per dm 1600- Moseley Y L Elec Cora 2000 f 1 1 1 r n lfosley NOnILl lumber 390 binder Garfield same 200 Moore Jbhn T OoUeoor of pike fund 10000 hillier W P per diem 1600 Mltcilell Joe supervisor 1860 bfurtfu A L team on road1 525i- 8 lroorC D H same v25 Morris J W sills 1GO Miller Joe team on road 150 Monroe William acme 300 Martin Estill same 375 Morris Ron same 160 Morris Dshel same 300 Miller John L same 900 Miller J II same 1300 lraden Everett same 300 I Continued On Eighth Page REAL ESTATE FOR h SALE Abe have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadon 9and halt miles from SunnYdale direct on the M H E R n Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water A four room house in IDidaord located on the Pike i acre lot splendid well of soft water pier ty of fruit for small family This is a desirable piece or property 76 acres at Davidson Station on the Owensboro branch of the I C R R 60 acres fine bottom land will grow i or 80 bushels corn to acre 16 acres of rolling land very ferUle Two fine Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek Dwelling story and half eight rooms new located South aide Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable A 40 nero tract of bottom land one mile from Dundee All cleared except about 10 acres and under fence Will grow from fifty to sixty bushels of corn per acre IFour room cottage house and one galbacre one from Beech Valley schoolhouse on Hartford and Hawesville road All twodlags A good four foot vein of coal which Is now in opperaUon House and lot ot the corner of Clay and Washington streets noW owned by E Crnbtroo ThIs Is one of the finest oooUons in Hartford and the property Is In good repair House contains nine rooms and there is a never failing spring of soft water on the lot Ntis property ran be pur chased at a very reasonable figure Apply at once na it will not be on the market long 12 acres on the Deaver Dam and Cromwoll public road 112 mile from Beater Dam in good state of cultivation good young Orchard grapes straw bowies raspherfes good 4 room cot tage with varauda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting or meathouse hen house coal house good well Located In good neIghborhood 27 acres good farm and on Prontis public road adjacent to Robert Plum mer good old and young orchard good tour room dwelling and good out buildings Two good wells Located In good neighborhood close to school 182 acres of upland known ns the Perry Kirk farm loootW near Clear Run Sore 100 acres III splendid state of culUvatdon 82 acres timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and 0chestnut good dwelling and outbuildings Jots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwelling and store house one acre of Jot good out buildings at small mining town In Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition In buinesss For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles rest of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty of water 40 acres In Umbel balance In good B ate of cultivation 13 acres farm land good house and barn orchard two wells of good water at Megan KY A tract of land on the SUlphur Springs rand Hartford public road one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 60 acres in cultivation splendid dwelling barn and out building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a tell kept farm tA tract of laud on Halls Creek ono mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres In bow toms taro barns and dwelling well kept and In goof condition We dont own the property we are only agents for the owners and our purpose ds to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge If no sale Is effected List your property with us or If you want to buy a wm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY a r I f J t I t t r Royal Baking Powder making biscuit country using it perfect dence that her food would conhI sweet and perfectly wholesome is asate- guard alum powderswhichare the greatest menacers to healtliof thepresent day ROYAL IS TIlE ONLY BAKING POWDER MADE FROM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR CONTEST ONIN EARNEST Conitlnucd from First Page Acton Lute Olaton Ky Axton Emma Horse Branch K Allen Dora Horton Ky Ashford Flora Roelne Ky Ashley Mubeh Hartford R nNo 3 Allen Prudle Hanford R It No1 Acton Bessie 0 laton ICy Addlrfgton A1tha Smallbore Ky Bowley Bessie Narrows K Drown Golda Narrows Ky Barnard Carrie Oorailvo Ky Barnes Lfcona Oernlvo Ky Borah Mae Cromwell Ky Burgess Com Cromwell Ky Baize Eunice Reynolds sih Ky Roan Minnie Cuaiieriown Ky Barnard Svllle Oeralvo Ky Brown IJoga 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R R To 1 Whlttlnghlll IMay FordsvHle R R2 White Cecil Narrows Ky V Woosl y Bula Narrows Ky white Bertha Balzetowri Ky Westwrfleld Nina HanfordvR R 103 Wilson Stella Beaver Damn R R No 1- Whittinghlll Irena Fordsville Ky 1hltwortih Llllie Olaton K3s Whllbhouse Rhoda Magan K Wlmsastt Effle Narrows Ky Williams Mary Beaver Dam R R No 3- Wllllams Bessie Beaver Dam Ky Williams Myrtle Cemlvo Ky Wilson Ella Balzetown Ky Wood Mattie Ceralvo Ky Williams Sapha Bearer Dam Ky Ward Bottle Hantford Ky Wright Emma Magan Kjv fWilliams Maggie Paradise IC4 Wilson Mivitle Narrows It R No 2 Whitehouse Laura Livermore Ky Wlchrow Dlanche Smallnous Ky Williams Rhoda Paradise Ky York Stella Olaton R R No1- t York Ollie Hartfoid R R No 1 In Memory of Darling Vernon Death has again been in our midst and took from us llJtle darllnlg Vefno who was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Willie Vernon of Echols KSbewas a child of rare intellectual pow er and although she was only five years of aye Lad aitonded one session ears of uge had attended one eeeslon of school und advanced ropldly la her svudles She was the pride of her parents and the Hgnt of her ihome She leaves a father moiher sisters and many friends to mourn her loss To these we extend our sympathy and beseech aem to remember teat she cannot come to them ttfaey can go to her We must not tblnU of her as dead but living with Jesus wlbh her lltole hands extended otward eartih beconlng us on to the better land Written by her former teacher CANE RUN March 10The recent rain did much damage to the tanners fences again in the bottoms Miss Iva Cummings Is vlMtlng friends oil Select this wkee Mr AH Stewart near this place will move on a farm near Olaxta this woelc Mr Ed Taber and family vllated Mr Ed Taber and family visited Mr Jim Goodwin anti family Sun day Mrs Jane Cummings visited OIw Sarah Camp Sunday Mra Phobe Christian was the guest of her daughter Mrs Rebecca Wilson r last week Miss IMay Sanders attended tee Wng lug Sunday at Olaton and was the guest of BUss Jessie iMoDatilel Miss SylVia White visited Miss Eu nice WlUwn Sunday t I Miss Olommle Christian and broth enManrin vlsKied their cousin1 IMr Laytoa Wilson and wife Saturday nl M rind Sunday Mr Jim Christian was In HOrSe Branch yesterday tMre Emma White and daughter Sylvia visited Mrs G J Chfistjajx Tuesday night and uitiended prayer mootIng at this place lor W R Oldham of Shrove Is la this community this week Tlsj Ming 3r1endsaI I I y N- y e bi c Court Notes The grant jtlfY haying completed its WOrk kdteurn 9atu dayAIter baying returned 18 lotiAvlmfo clw slfled as dews Murder larceny lualawfuHy Sel ling liquor I flourlshlnfe and waivkig a deadly weapon inside psesengbr coach 1 furntehln liquor to a minor 1 carrying away perBOTieItroperoy lr tailing to provide for his minor ohll dren 1i breaking ioto a store house 1 keoPtnga bawdy hoilse 1 breach of the peace 1 carrying concealed a deadly weapon 2 hog stealing 1 false swearing 1 detaining a Nvomau against her will 1 TJIejury trials beginning with Sho third day Wednesday have been did posed of as follows P B Taylor et a4 vs I 0 R H Company Jeft open NH Keown vs E W Taylorverdict of Jury UO for plaintiff J R Harrel va Indian Cooperage Co agreed judgment for J250 Ira Sanders vs Broadway Coal ailnr lug Co continued for plaintiff Toni Hint vs L C R R Company verdict of jury 40 for plaintiff- J W Sfogner tot al Vs F M Ml n- dlsmlsloosetUed ffll Keith vs I C R It verdict of the Jury 55 for plaintiff- E R Graves vs Indian Oooperag d- Coagreed judgment 250 Marlin Keith vs Frank M1enC Judgment for potion by default Chumbley B J C R R Company agreed judgment 50 Spurgeon Foster va I C R R Company verdlob of jury 150 for plaintiff t Chas A Smith Sec vs Broadway Coal Co J oni artoOon tor new TOad verdict of dury establishing the road as tier commissioners report The Roadway Coal Co was allowed 50 for the land takca and CO for addi tional fencing JL Southard 50 for the land taken and 50 for additional fencing ArIas Maddox 5 for land taken and 5 for additional fencing IC R R Co 175 for tend taken and building necessary crossing A E Chapman was appointed as Commissioner to open said road J T Laws vs Broadway Coal Min ing Co in hands of the jury Ludelia France admrx vs I C n R Co et al on trial A motion to transfer the case of Dr W P Westerfleld and two other cases against the boat company whose boat ran over a raft on Green rives and drowned tour men a few weeks ago to tbjp Federal Court was over ruledLudellaFrance admr vs I C R R Co verdict of Jury 4650 for plaintiffComth vs Roy Crowe defendant allowed ball In the sum of 10000 Bond has not yet been given- T J Davis vs Broadway Coal Min ing Co verdict of jury 850 for plain tiffGeo Deno vs Broadway Coal Jiln Ing Co agreed judgment of 200 for plaintiff CLEAR RUN Mot oin 9IWv R E Foiqua deliver ed an excellent sermon here Saturday and Sunday air R P Klrkof Bufordattended church here Saturday and Sunday and was tore guest of this brother Mr Jas Kirk near affy He was the guest of Mr McMurray Sunday Mrs H Park and children spent Saturday wife Mrs Saran Trogdon Mat ter Clyde and Herman Park were ithie guesB Of General and Wilbur Hoover Saturday afternoon Mrs L C Hoover and Mrs McKolvte Murray and son Everett spent last Friday witto Mmes Mhllnda and Jane Smith of Taffy Misses Mbirtle Glrtle and Stella Park were the guests of Misses Ida and Cassle Hoover Saturday after noonMr Luther King went to Hartford Saturday Miss Tressle Taylor visited Miss Dona Hoover Sunday J Mr John Cast eel wife and balby anlI MSu Henry Travis of Washington visited the family of Mr Dill iNlokel son Sunday Mr G at Hoover of this place visited relatives nrnr Beaver Dam Horton and Roslne a taw days last week Mrs A E Sewart is on tine sick list this week List of Claims Continued from Seventh Page r Miller Lee same f COO Mcdcalf T Hsame 450 Midklff iC same 300 Mills H R same 225 Maden W J same 4CO- MioBley W C sumo 450 Moeley w C mane 450 lInden Jane same 300 Murphy J 1mnre 1500 Miles Pole eamv 150 Mitchell Elzlor eamo 225l Mar ow JM same 450 Mltoholl Eizler rune 225 Mlles Claude same 1 150 Miller R A same GOO 105I 1 tr r M i t t 1tEM M E r WHATOU WE HAVEJT ry r A1so All KLcd bf Farm Implements r WAGONS BUGGIES AND FIELD SEEDS Ohio County SupplyCorxcoBr- 1orTSD artforc1 Kytr Wall Paper Q Artistic Wall Paper selected with a view to its harmonious effect will contribute more to the cheerfulness and beauty of your home than all eke q ALFRED PEAT PRIZE perfectionofthe widest range of choice in pattern and price Q Samples submittedand estimates furnishedupon request XV D LUCEPAINTING and DECORATING HO Main Sir oot HARTFORD KY GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS THE SUREGROWING KIND Are a safe proposition for us because we can buy them underjt guarantee that any shipment found to be unsatis factory can be returnedat the shippers expensePThat means no chance of our haying poor seeds in stock Doesnt that make COLD MEDAL SEEDS a pretty good py proposition for you JPBanii Bros 8AVe Dam Ky Mllllgan J H same 300 Moseley E P same 300 Montgomery J Y same 300 Mbddox D L same 4 300 Moore JL sane 300 Maddox J M same 300 Maddox A Lo same 1050 MoDanlels CN wane 1125 McPerron James mine9x00MbKenny Will wane 225 Nelson R T dumber 2376 Nevltt J at lumber Hindi work 2445 Neighbors Felix team on road 150 Neighbors Morton same 150 Newton W E same 600 Newton PK same 150 Norris C T a same 150 Nelson R L same 300 Nail J N saute 160 Owen T D supervisor 1950I 3001owOhio Co Supply Cot Supplies for jail and road 1200 Ogleaby W R team on wad 300 Ogleaby W R some 4CO Ovroton CI S same 375 Patterson Albert train oa road 150I Pirtle Clarence same I Pierce W H same 255 fence W H same t 150 Plummprf DC Black smltihlLfe 576 Parks L T team on road 900 Parks C W sameI 300 glummer H N sane 600 Plummer Q H same 600 Pintle John same 150 Perry Richard came 1225 Paiillps Polk BIImen 600 Patton O W same 150 2090RiceRobertson Y p lumber 1412 Rowan R A lumber 1022 Rogers Lewis pauper coCfia 1100 RenderS Hr perdlem t i 150 Rial B W team on toad 600 Raglnd Thomas same 375 Ito IL Shelby snare t 460 t Air i tr i R vRJc fY HARDWARE I I Romans W P sane 300 Raney S P samet 225 Rice C S same 37 Renfrow John C samer 4 v tRussell O W same 450 i0RobinsonReynolds Uorene same 75 Royal H S same 2100 Reynolds J M same 460 Royal E M same 750 Royal H S same v 1575 Ralph J H same 600 Ralph James same 0 V675 r Rlley JL C same K 875 Rl1ey1V H IIiDIIOIL 300 Render Iris and E ameJM 150 RJioads a E same 300 Render S H sane 300 I Render SJH same 300 Rowe Lr e me 15 Rowe FInilease 675 Rains L Bime 825 Rose Case same 300 pSchroeterStevens A C team on road 600 Sheffield A A same 600 1060SandeferSmith pliermari eam on road 600 fyShultz fy Stevens Sam L same 450 1360SmithSandefer E P same 105 JLStewart 111 iT 150SorrelsSorrels Farrier fJalInoeoj to 100 75Sandetor J AAStofcarfc t OAtl l i Continued Next Week l t1f 0q tJ 14d1 11 r lI1 t J J jor 10 1