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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r 11 f F I j R k ttzrtf tb lttpttblicttn NFine Job Work 4J 1f 1 DEVOTED TO tilE INTERESTS OF ALLY tJIE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXL HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 19 1909 No 35 IItJnOINfiS OF BOARD OF EDUCATION two Days SessJonWith All l Members Present 1Many Changes In Subdistricts f tf County HighSchool Yeta- r s J To Be Determined Yj I I The Ohio county Board of Educa tion met In the office of the Superintendent of schools at Hartford itironday with evrey member present The following business was transact edi r Pallas Davenport was changed from Sub dlstrict No 11 to No 10 In edu cational division No5 f5 ThpWardentract of land not In eluded In any district was attached io Bub dlstrict No 7 educational dlr ylslonrNoIe G W Bellamy and Archie Rhoads were changed from subdlstrjct No 8 to No 2J educational division N012JamesCooperi was transferred from subdistrict No1 to No 2 in edu cational division No2 R R MuUett was transferred from N r ubd strict No2 educational division 30 3 to mibdlstrict No1 educational Division No2 f Bupt DeWeeee and FD BanJjrere authorized to purchase metal TOOting to cover the house ini eubdls trlct No 20 educational division No3 Dyrus Rogers James Blaokt and Red Black were transferred from sub dis trict No 17 educational division No 4 to subdistrict No 4 educational division No5 Supt DeWeese Richard Plummer i1nd J L Brown were appointed as committee to select a sight for n t t i house at Broadway Mines and to dace part of the patrons in sub dls- p I strict No 17 educational division No 5 in subdistricts where they would be most convenient F D Baughn J L Brown and J A Bellamy were appointed acom mittee to visit subdlstrdt No 19 Educational division No 3 to deter a pt a house for the District TUESDAY MARCH 16th j Tho boundry Bubsilstrlct No 9 educational division No1 was changed ao as to include a part of Burnetts Creek School house district boundry ito be supplied The boundry of subdistrict No7 oducatlpnal division No1 la chang ed to read as follows Viz Beginning at WC Ashleys thence to Annie Kerns thence to L D Bennetts thence to Amber Millers farm thence 1 to F C Bennetts thence to G G r Hudsons thence to Thomas Greers I thence to James Chinnthence to I Rupert Bennetts thence to John Em 5bertons thence to WB Carsons 3 thence to Harrison Balrds farm iO thonco to Henry Stevens thence to 0fatiida Showns thence to H H oRal 0fits thence to Peter Parks farm thence to L B Tichenora thence 0I coo Frank Hlckfa thence to Joe S 5 Bennetts thence to H A Brooks 5 t I thence to Walter Wallaces thence o to Henry Jones thence to beginning 0t Including all farms mentioned in the boundryOboundryoC subdistrict No 10 division No 1 wet hang 5 i fodl to include the remaindpr of Bar 5 r netta Oreek not Included as above 5 Sboundry to be supplied The old iBarnetts C reek school O Ithouseand lotare directed to be told 0I fto the highest bidder By W C Ah Alprlo0 i 1 oclock a m and 2 p jnand r he is furnlOO i district No 9 and Bubdistrict No 10 i0educational division Na1 in propor tion to the needs of the subdistricts 60 James Crowe was tracaferred from 0subdistrict No 4 to No5 in educa r5 tional division No4 25 Jjt A suitable district to be a 0ur fjpart of colored district No A 0l consolidated Haytl is cr6at- od near bhvdc Hooker a Bluff for wiich 00the colored patrons pledge a house fand fuel and the county to BUF 00 t J t plementithe aublo Money 11000 60 Lr Itr for thecoming1 year 50 Supt DeWeese was designated to 00 thefCoI a 4Bpard sof Education selected byC him roI r t i i 11 L i- fR h rkS lf 1 to- a GA4t i 1 1r p t I 7rt 5ilr J t t C IJ i i n tc I ooj061t19Utocounty Board and the Hartford Graded School Board to be binding When rati tied by the boards W C Ashley wt designatedII tional division No 3 Rickets re ported as follows Vizi Lige Hoover and Albert Austin were transferred subdlsjtrNo 3 Marlon Moore and Ddvo Johnson were transferred from subdistrict No 20 Alms house to No 19 education al division No3 The house was lo cated or widow Lees farm near the S W corner of Melvlu Stewarts farm and F D Baughn was directed to have a house erected at this place provided sufficient financial aid be furnished by the district The report of the committee was approved A committee composed of J W Toy lor Richard Plummer and James L Brown were appointed to visit sub district No 17 educational division No4 on the 17th of March 1909 and determine all points In dispute and settle same their to report being aC- cepted as final by the aboard E M Woodward James M De Veese and W C Ashley were design ed to take up the Indebtedness of the alms house district with the attorneys for creditors and settle same Supt DeWeese was directed to pay Scott Likens and W C Leach the sum of 2260 being amont of in dobtedness held by them against sub district No 1 Antioch educational division No4 Rapt DeWeese and Richard Plum mer were designated atf a committee to meet the representatives of the united mine workers at Taylor Mines March 20th 1909 with a view of se lecting q sight for erecting a house for mibdlstrlct No6 educational division No5 The Board of Education then ad journed to meet APtJJ 12th 1909 SfaurtleffiWilliams Mr Guy E Williams a former res ident of this place but for the past several years a citizen of Phil adelphia Pa was married last Mon day evening to Miss Daisy Shurtleff at the home of the bride at the above named place Mr Williams holds a lucretlvo position with n G Dun and Is one of Hartfords boys who Is making good away from home He has a large acquaintance and numerous relatives here who wish him and his bride a long life and much happiness Interesting Letter on Bees By request and If allowed space I will give a few hints on bee culture First 1 will write about tho queen or mother bee as she Is the mother of all the bees In her hive She lays the eggs which pro duce queens work w ere and drones She QUEEN Is the life Of the colony and without her or eggs from another hive they will dwindle and die In warm weather When there are not enough bees to cover the comb the moths will soon destroy the colony and the bee keeper will say the moth destroyed my bees and It was his fault for not giving them egg from tome other queen that they might have raised another and sjie produce a good colony It has been said that the queen will lay six eggs in a minute and move from cell to cell She walks on the comb the workers get out of her way I have not seen one crawl over a worker In ii hlvd It takes three days for an egg to hatch and five more and the bees will cap the cell over eight more and you will have a nloo young queen or ten days from the time the cell was created you Will have awork bee that gathers the honey and In thirteen days from the time the bees cap the cell you will have a drone and this big bee does not work but eats the honey Queens live from one to four years I kept an imported queen four years I think tho average life of a worker Is thirty days In the working season they work day and night making prob ably more comb at night than through the day and feeding the young Drones live until the bees think they should die and then they kill or starve them They cannot live Jong without honey and he cannot gather it but depends on the workers The worker begins to work before his lace wings are- strong enough tor carry him to the field A NOVIS 1 4I l4 3 iX c w- N LiN I Will be Conducted With Absolute Fairness to All 4 Request has been made of us for an explanation of the last two rules of our big Piano Contest The last two rules are those providing that the ballot box shall be kept safe and secure and will really be out of our place of business the last week The purpose of this arrangement Is so that anyone can cast their votes without our knowledge and in that way we hope to show to the contestants that we Lave no choice ourselves as to who sha11tWin The last rule which provides that the voting can be done In the sealed box Is also to Insure absolute fairness to each contestant Eyen the Judges Supt Jas M DeWceso Judge John B Wilson and Z Wayne Griffin will not know who votes are cast for during tnat week as contestants can seal the money which they have collected In envelopes with an enclosed statement as to who the votes which the money entitles are to be cast for and put into the ballot box without any one knowing the amount thereof or the number of votes that such sealed deposits will amount to You wilt note that If weor anyone else knew the number of votes deposited by any candidate during the last week of the con test we might If wo chose Inform other contestants of that fact but under our arrangements no one except the contestant herself will know how many votes she tur By this arrangement there can be no unfairness bout the matter During the entire contest It shall be our purpose In JBO far as in our power to conduct the contest ab solutely fair and impartial giving no one any advantage over anoth eltIn any particular ACREAGE WILL BE CURTAILED Tobacco Growers Argree on 10000 Hill Plan Provided EightyFive Per Cent df Daviess County Growers Sign Pledge rrhe Owensboro Messenger says Tobacco growers of Davlesa coun ty held a meeting at the court house Saturday afternoon and agreed to plant only 10000 hUla to the hand provided eightyfive per cent of the growers In tho county would agree not to plant any more Since the lost crop of tobacco was harvested there has been great agitation ovor the amount of tobacco to be planted this year A larger number of the growers owing to the high prices paid for the weed the last few years were anxious to grow all the tobacco they could und the Green River association voted on the 12000 hills to the hand The A S of E people then voted that 10000 hills should be grown but unless eighty per cent of the growers could be secured to vouldstandbind no one and the members to fight the outstanders will be entitled to plant as much tobacco as they desire as the meeting expressed It to plant the earth In tobacco The moving spirits In the fight for better prices for tIle crop real ized that unless the crop was curtailed It would mean a return to the Prices of several years agoind the meeting was called A number of tobacco growers of the county were present and most of them were in favor of planting only 10000 hills An acreage pledge will be circulated to this effect but wlll not bind anyone unless eightyfive per cent of the growers agree to the 10000 hill plan Henry S Berry president of the Green River Tobacco Growers asso elation was present and stated that as far as his association was con cerned the 12000 hill proposition Vas dead as most of tho members now realized that the safest plan would be to plant only the 10000 hilts He expressed himself as mUs- Cled that the majority of the growers could be induced to sign tho acreage pledge After the meeting the board of directors of the Home Warehouse company held a short meeting In the county courtroom J H White presided at the meeting and Lmerspn Shaw acted as secretary This was the only mat ter that occupied the attention of the meeting which was In session very little over an hour Tax Notice Your City taxes aro now duo and a G per coat penalty will be nddddlt not paid on or before April 1st W Ml HUDSON City Marshal J I f r 1r1 t ch y r4 i J I l MINERS CLOSE THEIR SESSION After Futile Attempt to 4 Change Constitution Two Thirds Vote Was Necessary Meet in Louis ville Next The annual convention of District 23 United Mine Workers of Amer ica mime to a close last Saturday at 1220 p m after five days In Ow ensboro winch time the miners shy they enjoyed The session refused to change the section of the constitution regarding the election of officers The greater part of Saturdays sear elou was taken up with the further consideration of the proposed changes in the constitution and the fight for a modification of tile election laws was renewed The constitution now requires the vote of a majority of the miners In every local In the district for the election of any officer or board member This requirement resulted In every officer except two coming to Owensboro with an Insuffi cent number of votes to elect Tire delegates were thrfore compelled to cast the full vote of their locals- and It chanced that lu one or two In stances those who led In the popu lar vote lost in the final shuffle Because of the deadlocks resulting tit the present session and otiiers which had been experienced before a large number of delegates wanted to change the constitution so that a plurality would be sufficient to elect This proposition was made to the con stitutional committee of which Rich ard Baker who had withdrawn from the race for the presidency was chulr man Mr Baker and his committee declined to recommend the change and the section went before the convention without any recommendation either way The fight for a change In the election section was begun Thursday and continued until 10 oclock Saturday morning Although there had been about 70 in attendance wtoeu the meeting opened only 38 Were left Saturday morning when the vote was taken and of these 38 only 24 favored the change A t twothirds vote is necesmry to change the constitution and as it would take 26 to constitute twothirds of 38 the motion for altering the constitution was declared los- tAfterthe agitation for changing the election law had Keen killed the griev ance committee made Its report whlc was short In about two hours more tho remaining business before the session vas completed and final adjournment was taken The next meet Ing will be held In Louisville The miners expressed themselves as well pleased with their stay in Owensboro and they Bay they will probably comeback two years hence i The officers elected for the ensuing DossCentralRender Vice President C N Carter reelected secretarytreasurer and I Jir I v a t lit t 1 y n ha a board members as follows John Ba ker LuzerneB Walker Drakesboro Gus Deltel Taylor Mines Virgil Ren der McHenry Daniel Childs Cleaton Marlon Sllvy Bovler T 0 JIfcCarty SpottsvllleAuditors L S Campbell of Gra ham Lee Newman of Unlontown J E Leach SmithHall Miss Artie Wilson Smith and Mr Edmonil p Hall wore united In marriage at S p m Wednesday at the home of the brides sister Mrs Eslle Kirk In Seven Mills Rev W W Wil llama officiating Tike bride is tile daughter of Mr and Mrs J H Smith of Fordsvllle Ky and Is a cultured and refined lady and has many friends Tile groom Is the son of Mr J V Hall of pagan Ohio county a re spected farmer of that vicinity Mr and Mrs Hall will leave Monday for Fort DeSoto Fla where Mr Hall Is stationed as master gunner nouoom mlseloned staff coast artillery corps Owensboro Inquirer A S of E News Hartford Local Union No 656 is meeting twice a mouth regularly and we have an interesting time every time we meet We have a paid up membership of thirty three and ar very much alive we have signed the acreage and pooling pledges one and all This local has more members than It had last year and fewer dumpers among us Bro farmers we are not only getting more money for our tobacco and other farm products than we did 10 years ago but we have a fraternal interest and love one for another existing among us that perhaps never did exist before among farmers This is something we have been needing all these years Instead of trying to sell our products before our neighbors sell theirs and glut the market We have fully realized that competlon among us as farmers is very hurtful We still hear a few farmers who say they do not see any need of paying 150 dues each year to hold the fanners together us an organization We believe that the fraternal social and Educational be nefits obtained hereby are more than worth the dues paid We as a local favor the selling of our live stock through the Committee as appointed by the County Union and would say further to encourage our brethren let us take this matter up and give It a thorough trial by furnishing this committee our livestock We as a local do heartily en dorse that all members pay their 1909 dues and believe ull falling to do so should be debarred from pooling their tobacco Come on now boys uud let us be men hud pay our dues and march under one banner and victory will certainly be ours We are sorry that some of the so called Equity people have separated themselves from us and are following lifter a strange God known as the G R Association But we are proud to say that lone of our A S of K boys have departed from the faith aui ve hope that the farmers who have joined themselves to this association by signing their pledge will see tbo er ror of their way before it is too late and sooner or later we will be one In the American Society of Equity They have their agents canvaslng among the Equity people getting those that I will to sign their pledge and getting the numbers of hills as near as they can from those that dont endorse the methods to be carried to Owensboro for said association to figure on Therefore we feel that they are treat- Ing us inconsistently hence at a call meeting of our local on the 12th of March 1909 We passed the following resolutionsWhereas we are an organization incorporatde by the laws of our com monwealth and have not transacted our business behind closed doors 1 That we endorse fully the workings of the A S of E 2 That we denounce what Is known as the Green River association and that we protest against our names and number of hills that we are going to plant being carried to Daviess county for speculation by said association 3 Tint Hartford Local Union A S of E No 656 elect a committee to see the agent T M Mapcl of said association and ask him to erase the names of members that have not sign ed his pledge from his list and that he discontinue his canvass among us Dono by order of local No 656 i G P JONES Pros O R TINSUEY Secy March 15 1909 I I NEW TARIFF BILL- INTRODUGED Somethings Revised Upward And Others Downward Principal Increases are On Lux uriesWood Pulp and Paper On Free List Washington March 1iW1t11 every one on tho tiptoo of expectation c Chairman Payne Immediately after tho House met presented the tariff bill While It was being curried up to the desk the Republicans vigorously applauded The measure was at once referred to the Committee on Ways and Means The recommendations mode by Prod dent Taft that an Inheritance tax bo provided and that a limited amounted tobacco and sugar be admitted free from the Philippines are Included in the bill The measure also provides canalebonds to the amount of 40000000 to reimburse the treasury for the original purchase of the canel and reenacts the provision for the Issue of treas ury certificates the amount being In creased from 100000000 to 250000 s000 While there Is no duty Imposed upon coffee tea Is taxed eight cents when Imported front the county whero It Is produced and nine seats when from other than the producing country The Internal revenue tax on cigarettes is materially Increased while the tax on beer and whisky is undlsturb ed A cut of 50 per cent Is made In the steel and lumber schedule and Iron ore hides tallow cottonseed oil and works of art more than twenty years old are placed on the free list The tariff on boots and shoes Is re duced 40 per cent and on other leather manufactures In proportion The pot tery schedule remains about the same but the duties on window and plate glass of the small sizes are increased while the duties on the larger sizes are reduced The tariff on wool of the first and second class used principally In clothing Is not disturbed but on wool of the third class known as carpet wool It Is reduced on the cheaper grades A fivecent reduction Is made In the duties on shoddy and waste white wool tops are assessed six cents a pound more that the duty on scoured wool which Is unchanged The recommendations for placing wood pulp on the free list and re ducing the duties on print paper with certain restrictions made by the Mann committee of the House tire incorporated In the bill The duty on refined sugar Is re duced five onehundredths of a cent a pound and on dextrin half cent a poundA reduction of onehalf cent a pound Is also made In the duty on starch with the exception of potato starch Zinc In ore is assessed one cent per pound for the zinc contain ed The tariff on pig Iron Is reduced from I to 250 per ton The principal increases are made in the duties on lemons cocoa and substl tutes for coffe coal tar dyes gloves and coated papers and lithographic prints rrhe inheritance tax provision of the bill Is similar to the New York State law It provides a tax of 5 per cent on all Inheritance over 500 that are collateral Inheritances or In which strangers are tho litagees In case of direct Inheritances the taxes prescribed are On 10000 to 100000 1 per cent on 100000 to 500000 2 per cent and on those over 500000 3 per cent It is estimated that 20 000000 annually will be derived from this tax CENTERTOWN March 17W C Smith and fami lyw1l1 leave In a few days for Rockport Ky where they will take charge of a hotel Dr J T Baker left this week for a short stay In Louisville- H H Lewis is in Louisville on very important business James Baker Is visiting friends in Pleasant Ridge Dr G F Chapman awl E W Rowe are In Louisville this week llamos Igleheart is having a dwelling house built on his lot U S Whalin Is able to be out again Jji f y rf r- r i 4- t t u I I s o I I F 0 c i iit of I yroi giji y tj 9i a J i J O MARRIAGE TOUTING IN KENTUCKY y ALucrative Profession that Flourishes in Covington An Accommodating Gentlematl W itingor Each Couple Swears To age and Hunts Preacher Mcny down ori the banks of the- l1ddyOhio River In the shallow of- Cinclnnatf end snuggled between the Night Rider Tervktory mad tile Moonshino District is the town of- Covington Ky and In this vWoge u- pmfesslon never before hellTd ot In the history of the woaId Nas tJpruug- up with mushroom growth lIfurrlago touting ts now a profes sloe a business and a trust A man must have several qualifications tl become n tlrstcllEB marvlage tout In fiat place die must have the cnstIron bulletproof nerve of the newspaper reporter he must brine the gentleness of a Baptist Preacher and must be us mum us nn employe ot the Standard 011 Company He om rst- be built like nn Olymplaa tlammor- throweryet must conduct himself like a murerer on trial for his Ute More marriages are performed In Covington than In nIl other clbY or It size In the world It Is easier to get the nuptial knot tied and dauncin yourself on the mntrimonlal seas In Coving tlon than In any other city known It doumt make nay difference If your hair Is done up In plaits down your lack and the bottom of your skirts dangle about your kneespr whether you carT a pruner under your arm and have a jumping jack In your trousers you can get married In Covlngton All you need Is the moneey for the license and the tee youpay the mar rlago toutho who pilots you to the mtnlster Years ago It was not so easy to get married In Covlngton The greater part or the couples are from other cities who take advantage ot the lax laws In Kentucky and It wns not easy to find nn obliging minister or Squire But times have changed The opening tor the marriage tout wasshown and the advantage has been taken with a vengeance Now If you happen to stroll about the Covlugton City HnUthate here they Issue the licensesyou will see nt least 25 huSky individuals on your trail They waethyourmovements and step like a divorce detective and it the lady with you Is of your color you are tackled Want to get a license Yes Vberes the Clerks office Come right along Ill get you the license and well have the whole bus- Iness over In 0 Jiffy The gentleman Is so obliging Sou cant resist Ho sticks right to your side goes with you to the Clerk In troduces you to the guy twot nlout the poolpers and you are on your way to the preacher In no time or course you dont know that the tout gets halt of tile tee paid by OU to the minister or you would not have given him the substantial tip for his services but he wes such nrL obliging gentleman of course you ought to pay him something It wouldnt be Tight If you didnt pay him for he was so vory kind In showing you to the mm aster The Marringe tout cccepts the tip with n gracious nod or tlmnksIf you over want to get married In Coving ton again ho will watch or you An Incident occurred In Deecember 1908 In which the quick work on the part of the tout Is shown 11 young couple barely out ot their teen stepped off a car In front ot the Covington City Hall and were Ibesle- gedby tile small army ot touts Two ot the pests landed the couple The license was procured and In some spanner the marriage pilots threw the cou plo before they arrived at the home of tile minister An hour later n crYing bride and a shy groom appeared at tile Covlngton police headquarters and asked for transportation to their home In Trenton Ohio The touts bad manag ed to get every cent from the groom for their alleged aid and they had no money to return home and surprise their relatives The police had so Jurisdiction In the case The business bud enlarged to uses scale that a miniature trust has been organized The wages ot the touts are kept at a certain standard and turns are taken at couplES us they spear nt the City hail If the touts gets a toad oneprobably a brotil or and sister going to have the will or their dead rather iwobatedhe loses his chance He bIllS to walt ills turn while the next tout may land a fat tee Thon again certain ministers are patronized two ot whom have not preached a sermon in 15 yewrrs but are waxing tat front tile marriage tout work Often Q6 high ns lQ couples are rJI + itv f I r It brought to a mlafeter Inone 4uYi IA- tgrrieturau ute and ThanksgiVlng + j rurseason tar the nlLlI1ey have both ni hty and ida vmtobeer- I bOcy J8 by rI11 pollee J1Ya ettempfrd tetae a hand la the ttall OAe nldht a young couplo were marride in a saloonwheree the only Squire In the city was to be found it tieing after midnight The attention of the ministers of the largo churches was called to the mat tor and they went to the Mayor In a body asking that the ponce take action and causo arrests Two o2 the touts were arrested tlS both weree charged with forcibly dragging a yoUng couple to their favorite preacher Au attempt was made fo prosecute under the charge of loitering but the touts had not loltereed they hadd a profession and were working at their trade Then the charge ole nuisance was brought up but the men did not bother anybody Disorderly conduct was then charged but nowhere In the testimony In the Police Court was the tact that the touts had net ed In that manner Thus the 1ropplng- ot the prosecution rrbe touts say It they are ever lined they wilt appeal their case to the Supreme Court The city does not care for the expense or taking the cases to the higher Courts and then paying the oostsWnshiug ton Star MARVELOUS AND SKillFUL ENGINEERING DlffiCultJ Roqulred to Build Most And Costly Pieces of Rail road in Northwest Repreosntmg the most difloult the most hazardous and the most cost ly railroad construction ever wider taken In the Northwest Is the build Ing ot the line ot the IIn waukee and Puget Sound Railroad through the rugged mountains of Coeur dAlene mining district masterpleco of all the dlffloult NieI neerlng teats represented In the tending of the Milwaukees road acro the continent Is the tunneling of the Bitter Root Mountains on the State line between Montana and Idaho and about 28 mllse tram Wallace For two years hundreds of men have been at work on the construction of this tunnel and Its aPproaches and when the work was completeed wllllch took place last month aU worldsrec ord tunnel construction work as leg- ards time consumedaccldents Involv ed c were broken The tunnel 1910 100 feet Inlength and plQrces moun tains that are masses ot stone Despite this fact the work often progresSed at the rate of GOO and 700 recet per month The workmen were toiling In the heart of the moun thin only a few feet from each oth eer working In both directions for days until they broke through the wall that separated the two ends of the tunnel and then there was n difference of only one onehundredth- of n foot between the elevations or floor level ot the two crows of surveyors und but three ouohun- dredtbs or a foot on alignment Phis Is said by englneeers to be the record and the report has beeen sent to Eastern scientific journals with the hope that comparlrons with other great tunnel work may be made thee bridge across Clear Creek was opened recently It Is also a monument to hazardous railroad building spanning a canyon nt the mouth of the tunnel ad boig 220 feet high and 7GO feet long Throughout the Coeur dAlenes the Milwaukee dine Is a succession ot cuts bridges und tunnels From one point In the mountains through which toe railroad winds the mouths of 10 tunnels are plainly visible to the eye and the sight of the burrowing In and out ot the rugged pit burrowing I ad out of the rugged plies or stone Is Indeed picturesque A email army of men have been killed and maimed In the construction ot the Milwaukee line In the Coeur dAlenPa and many millions ot dol lars have beeen expended The town- of Taft having a population of 2 000 people has sprung up at the west portal ot the big tunnel and It pro cents a reproduction otthe rough construction camp and mining town with taro roulette and variety theaters In full sway Recently destroyed by tire the place Is begin rapid ly rebuiltTore 635 miles of the Soottleex tension of the Milwaukeee from the Missouri River Is devoid ot any curve greater than 2 per cent rrllis Is con- sIdered by railroad authorities to bo absolutely phenomenal Go With a Rush IachNew Life Plea4s astonishing at all druggists say they never saw the like l Its because they never fail to cure Indlgos119n I RCh Chills and Malaria Only 26c atIaU druggistml 4 y fWj tJ DOlTLOSE A MINUTE I it tIIiI t lSCrJPta9hThis cont you can see howl easy you can pile up votes by a little J 1 hard Work Heres a chance to am A Fine 40000 Piano Free ucc 1 Send us newsubscriptions thats what counts family in Ohio county should take Tie Republican no matter how many other papers they take It is different from aU others It is 11 clean readable home papery Take it and help these contestants All votes obtained oo1nt in the final contest as well as in the specials Here is a fine chance for those who have not yet started to getin 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 Special Prize No1 Eachand ever young lady who turns in 10 on by March 20 1909 receive an gold finished Jewel case at the same time if you turn in the votes by March 20 1909 receive the 25 coffee set ANOUNCITLENThis Piano and Popular Girl Oonlte91 Will bo conducted on trfoUy hoIn buelneds principles with perleot justice and fatmese to all COIIIOCr- nedPRlZESTJ1e dust prdze will be a ftnItcas ylamo of iluIIngsnake to be given do the girl having mt voice nt close of COIite- stOANDlDATESAIr young woman In Ohio county is eligible to a place to the o obit rrhe mOst popular woman s tie one who shall recedve the most votes to her shoAl be awarded the beautiful upright plano Other canidMrti to reoolvo tnizooln order soconiing to valuosaTIE IN VOTESIn case or a Ue in votes for any prize two prizes ot same value will bo awarded CLASSES OF VOTESTine votes are Issued in coupons ot the fol lowing denominations- New subscriptions 500 vies for 100 Renowal 400 votes tor 100 Back subsrdptfans 400 votes tor 100 The pubNebec roBEnICS therdgbt to add additional bUsiness OENERAId INSfRUaT1ONSReaults or voting will be piWsh In the Republican es regularly ee possible Votes will nut be allows On subscriptions Q le than the regular price or the paper No omployo of this paper s91bf boa candldnto ax work In favor or any oontoetoat Votes once votod cannot bo trrensfetaod to another Tho publshers are not lb tell Whom any votes for except dncas of alleged error or trregularltty Each ocmreetanIt is n queetcdtosend us a cabinet also Photograph for The MissonrLand 1 KansNarmer an exponent of the South we will be sent to every farmer who comes a subscriber for The RePub lican this contest without I cost to them This feature of its lf I is a splendid inducement to ourI farmer friends votesearlytGetII IGirts Get Busy iii Contest I Every subscription will elaborate most win subscriptions during they at once the names of nIl young ladies who are taking part in the popular girl contest Please send in your ac I ceptance and state what you are doing and how you are getting along I JUdo not tivish to be considered as 4 competing for the prize we will appreciate it if you will kindly inform us so that we may not trouble you fur rt- her or go to the expense of sending you other particu lars Ifyou are working we want to know it so we can keep you advieedof all prizes offered and other matters pertaining to the contest which will be of interest to you and help you Big Special Prize No 2 25 COFFEE SET FREE to the con testant turning in the most subscription votes by 6p mSatuld 201909 will receive this handsome S fIScredit to a queens mansion pubUcatlon as soon es convenient totheiotlcoherfoeany anLsee 4Ir ireappointedI oxTbeCentzMttoo J One thousand votes will be given tree to esch Womannom1 llltWduirillag the first thirty days No votes l1be allowed onsub6cr1vtlon paid at the once tiny s less the votes are asked for when payment is made t totekko9hocballot isonedow during buslriess hours and In the vault at nlghlp unttt cols of tealcqunt7sst Ifeoreoyother votes and coupons In sealed r Onsamewill be furadehed for lo purpose This guamntees n blanks a tatr MId IqUlaro dea1to all concerned 1t Get Bus 1ow and get your friends to subscribe for a good family paper THE REPUBLICANt I Ia 15 t fD i i JY1a iilrr n t v fT r did f i ii 1 u r REMARKABLY It f f STRANGE STOR Y If k Of a Visit to a Haunt Kentucky Cabin n iok Foam the Cdbi1ledto Schvestigatiod which ResrltedJ- 4 l IR Revelatioes lip x standing at a certain point in t llttletotte at RtMng Sun thirtyt tulles below Ciucinnati on the o rlverf blue sniokc can iio aeon- f the eady morning curling ip yJtrom spot amid the rugged hula on Kentucky side It deed from ant ojbgcabin long sine deserted y lt ii a rather iveI1 preserved log cabin with thochlnks well filled wltli i theclaythaLwasplacc there tle a tmt ago but the windows broken and the dOOr IsBweJIee until t openwtthpute thrQ1gh the wlado- ryeakiabare w room with great rolle of dusky spiders weld and a- gpea re 1ace with whlteashess on stone hearth but no elga nt hab- taUgn Se oke from a deserted cabin seemed so ge that the writeerdccldodto Investigate espoclally as toriEiwe- aficat In Rising Sua and the graint Utile Kentucky village of Rabbit Haith that the cabin was Inhabited by fn- vfeible beings 1 Soourlnlg the ervlces Of a staiwar Kentuckian who said be had visited the place frequently the writer started trUe scene of the spirits a hort time before dark T Islls a secon visit The first was in early morning while the smoke was curling up- Ward from the chimney AS we approached the cabin Which stood on the eastern slope ofone of the bIg bll18 the shades of apprtch1n eight were heavier there than Ise bwhere and it Was a dreary spot In deed but without a word We apptOlllch eel and took our positions opioaite th dooan d broken windows Just ioss a cliowh on a d4etant trce1 gave u- teranee t 10 one of Its batrntI lng1 yell we beardwitat sounded like sonic one scrapfnidtn r ppt withfg thq tab Ii The sound was dls1nctnndonoOCluld even detectAt e I t t t hndJIe waSIIhS beIng turned around i a 7- It A few ttiomentslatter there mefo sound us If same one was fishing a among a lot of Un pans Then came asound as If something Uke a wooden mallet was strlkingonaeavy piecei ot metal BUOh06 Qldtashloned dogI Irons In front otQ gre topnllrplace There was a desire to approuhllDd peerJlntp the open wIndom but the next nbmenttaedtre was discnlsd ed for from within those dreary 10- t g J walls camel the most awful blooo 7curdlinggroonslt possible to Imagine The came from an Invisible e woman voice was notthatot ainsn ito Iieotueklan started to move it remained ihea a restrain log hand was laid on ibis shouldarmbe groans ceased and were cce other sounds siicli as uitghtbe pro d IlfYTattling thecbaine and buckles on a set ot oldtashloned harness Next came the BOund ot some kind of mao lnery which seemed not unlike the hum of a spinning Wheel After this died away there was a silence of nearly halt an hour and the darhne gathered lnn DIll Its In tensity We were becoming xestl sae I and thought of changing our position whoa there wan e sound that must I have been the ogneinot the old door The weed8 and little sticks aUabout tbe U dtdrib rU 18 lt dl- tupod s y came ones feet and we leU as Sf the Invlslble creature roan up- proaching There was a desire It run or if possible sly but we bohh frozen to the spot We wer- wehI prisoners Something took abso lute possession of us Allwe seemed able to do was stand there and listen I too the words that apparently came from a woman r Emanuel FmianuellWhy this ab 4 80Dce1mhevolce of the apirltepeaks iT sand no one heeds were wm be a 5T 11d f I1ut sentence was unfinished and t tans a rushing sound es tt thet Ind wasblowiag iaone spot ad t a rattledu again and everything 1w n sa the tomb We exiuld but vie feltas It we bad beent the grasp of acme awfulmoneterau- piad d t made a milragu1ous escape We had heard enoaglioonvlnce uatbt cabin was really inhabited IY lomet sort of real but Invisible creature and Itote1 thee truth the wrHei1atealtf l e cats to make closer gc- qualntanee althouhtiibfr8J ir9d the pmoke urUIC abova that lonely cabinearlyln the9oorninkandAWOad- eel eb WN this sad chi when and queer 11 jha I only visible evidences of the strung pQnt8of tbaf deserted ICenEuckY cabin I 1J State School Book Adoption A call meeting has teen feeuedi today oe a meeting here of theStat Board fttfulch tlmend 1vertisements w1I be rpadu for bld to furnlslischool books fr the pub lie aeI ooi pt the next Ilya years TheState Educatio GoveriioAnr Buperlatendet of Public Instractlo Attorney General and of e Court Appalls tThe board will fix a date torhe reception of bids and and sample of pookz rota the differ ohewowillibe sent to each of the Count- at lkarda In the State wardThe County Boards meet and vote upon ioolisandElis OOka that ie etonlxtyOounUeS lag ot the Slate IJt j For Sale i g1safarm as about Lwomilta from ItHartford on tae Hartford and Beaver Dam pike Iso residence property In Hart fords twostory dwelling cand 11Ltheapply to W H or B B CoUlaeHart ford Kr22tfINDlfiESTION IS ENDED FOREVER Alt Stomath Misery Vanished Five Minutes Later Eat Your Favorite Foods Withou t Fear of Dyspepsia or any Other Stomach Distress iJ IWby notstart nowtoday and fore eYer rid yourset oD Stomach and Indigestion Adieb d stomas slth blues and grumbles Give a good twat then take Popes Iliapepet to start the digeeUvo juices work lng There will be no dyspepsia orI belchdng of Gus or eruotatione of undi todi food no feeling ltket1 lump ol lead is tho or heartburn etck headache and Dizzlness and your food will mot terment and poison r 1brenth with na 9usodorsjPopes Dlllip61h costs only 60 coats for a large case any drug store here and will relieve the most obstln cases of Indigestion Bind UpootJ stomach In five minutes There Is nothing also hailer 4o take Gas from Stomaoh alai cleanse the stomacH and frrtesdaes and besldas- oQe tr angulo wit dfgent and prepare for asslmlkrtlon lnto tho blood all you food rho CIne ss a sound healthy stomach would doit W Dlapepsfn works your atom doh sestgets ttrelf tn order oldns I upend then you tool like eating when you dome to the table and what you sat w1U dOVII good Absolute relief Iron aU Stomach M1ory lawattng for you us Boon IUSt you dEdde to gl1lng Ilapopsin Tell your drugglat that you want Pa pee DlapopStn booaU you want to be 1 thoroughly curea of Imll t1onfy The Girl Not to Trust The girl who says It was told me n nonildence but J I just tell It to you Wohat reason havee you to think that your secret will receive bettor t treatment The glrl who has something unkind to my them nute a drlcads back Is turnerDont flatter yourself that seething tongue Is stUlEdtor you atone Theesad the girl who must keep explain Ing volubly IB rarely desirable for a exeampanionhlhe Who everpoera you with sweetness Oyerefiaslveness is likeC ugred fly sparput on to oatoD th unwary She who flatters Truest approecfatio- 1s not given to gueli The flattererI scent vanity as a on a end fe IigwslitJ rrpilfor her own benefit Iw IrlWbO does not look i tinjeyesand woosew cannot ibe onoatb AsMttYslence arid prey yaricntingtongue are as stable psope frleudshlp ea staking a btQruht a btroom stick hitching POt Shee who has ono you a meat trlak once Jiepenteace may mean ereform but like many reformers 1t bears WetoDing c rr e often yourenemyrbud iknlybeoomes honeeysxeet Herefree riresttanerajly kd oloakotst bard aq4 14 vlatlot WU1 not belier tif 4 HYPNOTISM OR RED PIL- e Which was it Brought th Strange Physical Condit1o- Went Away With Griffith Slept 48 Hours in Evansville and Returns a Wreck tI1RswenYt Griffith and his show have return i1 hams Tboy are Millett Norton and Robert May They have been a home for over a week liner re turn would not be worth more than a mere mention were It not for th alarming physical condition of th IJ Norton boy who is about 18 years toldto the effects of hypnotism or to p dope administered to the boy by Griffith tAt Evansville Norton Was bypn tized by Griffith and put In a window forHtake some large redlooking plUBt before ho put him through the hypnotic stunts and placed him on exhibition in the window ot a Iuaine house He plso gave the boy som pills and told him to take one It he felt himself rousing up to a stateiconsciousness He felt no serious of feet from the long sleep but did no care to have any more hypnotic ex experiences and he and May came home They arrived In Owensboro on last Saturday a week ago In the after noon of the day ot their arrlvalNor ton went to one ot the nlckelshows He retired about 9 oclock at night and he slept until 3 pm Sunday Ho felt no bad effects from this long nap at homeand his sleep was reg ular after that until last Saturday Last Saturday afternoon he weent to one of the nickel shows When onheontment of a physician He did not regain to consciousness for several hours ta and at intervals yet he drops Into a sleep from which he is arrousoo with difficulty The young man says that his muscles are sore and contract If against his will His nervous system seems to be considerably wreckened His physician declines to make any statement at all as to the nature of the boys Illness but says the 48 hours sleep he took at Evansville was not good for himn tact In- Jurious Ile eats little and his ex retive organs refuse to act lIe Is unable to lie in one polstlon long ut a time his nerves begin to twitch all Young Norton guys that he does a tinotthat he knows now what Is In hypnotism he and that there is nothing lat Norton soya he may rejoin the Griffith show at some future time The May boy says the returned soo home because his friend Norton did a and while he did not do one of the long sleep stunts he pecrfOlmed on a stage IbtJt felt no ill effects from the hypnotic Influence anPeterboy who went away with Grlt Is still with the show The Road to Succes8 to has many obstructions but none so desperate B8 poor wait S1recess today demands health i but Electric Biters ds the greI100l health builder the diworldperfect action of tomacllUv r kid at nys bowels purifiers and enriches the blood and fond and Invigorates the whole YBtom Vigorous body andekten brain follow their use You cant at tord to alight Electric DWI3fs1 It weak rundown or sickly Only 50c Guaranteed by aJ druggtae m To Kentucky Organizers To the Organizers ot A S foofThta is the time to push the work P- Iot organlzaton in your respectlvq union should be or inganizedinn your countrrand every delinquente member urged to pay up very liberal offal has been made too embers Y1z Pay your dues for 9 IUldiOl1wUlbe placed in good la standing I60 pays your dues for It one year26 cents to the local union 16 cents to the County union 30 cent- stothe State 30 Cents to thei Neo- tioDal Ualos and 60 cents or the otdl- blal be pirperonly 12 cents permonth Who could think Or doIng less than this for an organization that hils made It bossible for you fog t such good prices for your tobacco and sweat cl arid would enable t=eyery de their elks tQgetVrOtitablelU the society So much hUB been so compllehed already that We should be encourageed to do our best Go theLcome and since get ting such nice prices which everyone soecanntnothetime trust price JeCt50 cents pen 10- 0Poundsor the old member can pay his dues for two years with 100 pound ot trash tobacco which we used to sell for 60 cents to 100 per 100 pounds and frequently give the trash sway in order to get 4 and 3 cents for the leaf and lugs It you are In the Burley District your 100 pounds of trash wU pay for G new members Into the A S of Eor would pay your thistto be quibbling alwutes peclally when it means so mush to us hereeveryent will bring us In return than the same amount laced anYwhere else So brother organizers and mmebers- In general we should all get busy yearowould tike to get In touch with every organizer In hte State so that at any the Stat Organizer or one ot the as you may need the assistance of slstaata such arrangements could be made as would keep the society in Specialeteerent parts of the State and the sea ces of our State President secured as istany commun- Ity ought to appreciate such a prlv- JIege Yours for a trove all along the line 3f F SHAIIl1 State Organizer Ilowiing Green Ky l AN EFFECTIVE HOME MADE KIDNEY CURE Simple Directions to Mix Remedy Which is Said to Help Many What will appear very interesting many people here Is the LUitIIcrc ken from a Now York daily paper giving a simple prosct1lp lon which Is said to be Q positive remdy for back ache or kidney or bladder derangement taken before tOO silage of nrlkhts disease Fluid Extract Dnndellon oucholf ounce OonllJound Kurgon one ounce Compound Syrup uraaparllla throe ounce Shake wen In a bOtJo and take in teaspoonful doses a ten sash meal and again at bedtime A weldknown druggist here at home when asked regarding this prescrIp- tion stated that the Ingredients are harmless and ron bo obtained at small cost from any goof prescrip- on pharmacy or the mixture woud put up It naked Ito do so lIe further stated that wlh11l3 tibia lJOOSCrlptto- Is often prescribed In rheumwdc nI motions with splendId results he said no reason why it would not be 8p nCMdren1Pdy for kidney and uri nary troubles and backache as It has peculiar actlonuporu the kidney stxuc tune cleansing three most Jmpoultamt organs and helping them to sift d tUtor from the blood tOO foul neW waste ratler which causes elek- ness and suffering Those of our readers Who suffer can make no mistake gitdng It Q trial Local Option Contest The ontest Board before which idle Local Option contest cases avers tried smissed the petition ot the contestant a hoorlng at Greenville Weduuesday The Board of Contest was composced c- cthe County Judge R O Pace and Magistrates Stewrnt and Williams The evidence in the case had ireen taken by depositions some wee sago and the hearing was begun at lreen- vllle MondaY MOst of the essential facts had been agreed upon by the attorneys on each side and the questions presented r the Consideration ot the court were 1cipelly questions of law he case was decided however on questions of Ptesdlmg the Board hold g that the petition of the pontes was fatally detective in differ at particulars Judge Pace IntlmatIIng that In the opinion of n floras Of the questions tans for the contestants but that did not upper Iii the pleadings differentpetltlou ems dismissed rake case aylll lecl to the circuit court by the contestants Aiuhleaburg Argus Notice All persons indebted to or having aims tle alnst Ed Davison are reques to adjust said Indebtedness and their aafd clatmsat once J 0 DAVISONrt t 129YEARsl bF Of Honest Business Reputation = is Back of Everytb- itKONt7IMtENT E SOLD BY us bit bit liED MISGHEL SONS E aPROPRIETORB Owesnboro Monumental Works E fi412cU B Min9t Yards 2l42l6218Cly St bit = OWENSBORO KENTUCKY = fi bit fi Got Out Prices and We Guarantee to Save You bit = Monet on All Good Honest Work = For Wall Paper 1 Artistic Wan Paper selected with a view to its harmonious effect will contribute mote to the cheerfulness and beauty of your home than aU else Q ALFRED PEATS PRIZE WALL PAPER is the perfection of modem wan decoration andoffers the widest range of choice S1 pattern and price q Samples submitted and estimates furnished upon request W D LUCEPAINTING and DECORATING 115 Main Sty eat HARTFORD XV Lameness inHorses r Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect See that your horse is not allowed to go lame Keep Sloans Liniment on hand and apply at the first signs of stiffness Its wonderfully penetratinggoes right to the spotrelieves the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles elastic and pli- antS1oans Linimentwill kill a spavin curb or splint reduce wind puffs and swollen joints and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula sweeney founder and thrush Price Soc and ioo Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Moss Sloan book on lionel cattle sheep and poultry dent free I 1 t t++I I I ITHE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co Wlhh WIRE YOUR INCORPORATED KOUSE Jll C0811 ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE HEAITHYAND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN y REACH I IE G BARRASS Mallager I j i 1IIt 4ii4++++ k+ +++ + + I I b- t r- c J i I I I I j A I lI f I r t f I f I J i r 1 I Haltorci RepuJjlcan Mrd aeeord1K to Ie at ta Potodee- lErUoreXy sea watt of tlecoad due I Co M BARNETT EDITOR I ato= rast ClvzDoaA 40 7oixE1atrFJUDAY Ita ARCH 19 We will MOn see what the tariff reformed by Ita friends a to be Mr Harriman naSa Texu on Inauguration day He dOtlbtJe waited zoom to laugh It seems quite nat8ral toy pre 1 dent Taft TIle big smile suitsthe country better than the big stick In a very short time the African vlUages will be expected to begin to appoint reception committees The American people for a long time baTe been nring cbnge the date lor inauguration This time they mean It The bad weather on Inauguration day only sened to make our Ken tucky Bradley Club how oft to advantage How can the Republican City Administration of Loulsv111e get along wlthout the only William Marshal DuJllttTIhog a nudge and explain to blm that his contract under the rules has aboUt expired ExPresident Castro talks of returning to Venevuela as a private citizen The chances are that he will go to prison as a private citizen also sbould he decIde to return to hls native country President Tart Is to get the whole seventy five thourand dollars per year WIthout having to ride around oathe tall end of a railroad train In order to rake In tile extra twenty five l the Republican party la to drop the principle or protection and nil the appointing offices with Democrats pray tell us what Is to become or the old line true blue protection Republicans The placing of a tax of five cents a pound on coffee would Increase the revenue or a lot of coffee barons to the extent of shut twentyelx million dollars at the expense of the poor man but It would turn very little revenue Into the United States Treasury for several years t If the lion Rob Thomas or Central City Muhlenoorg county Third Congressional District of Kentucky ever opens his vial of vitriol In the House of Representatives at Washington D C there will be such a ecattering of the members os has not been known for many a day We could have more hope for the expected good servlcC1l of Secretary Itckfson and Secretary nVoogb If each of them had not spent the flow er of his manhood fighting tbe battles of democracy In a vain atfbmpttp overthrow the Republican party and thus prevent It from ever obtaining sufficient power to place them In the cabinet The pictures of the now cabinet ladles either very much flatter melad this part or the cabinet contalns the beat looking fet of ladles who have ever graced these stations Looking at the pictures of the cabinet mom bcrs themselves one wondent how they ever succeeded In tooling such a good looking lot of ladles This may Indicate a sort of excellence in diplomacy which has caused them to be selected on supposed merit A few free trade Republicans In New England and Iowa have goUeu the Republican party Into n very bad mess by extracting a promise to re- VIse the Tariff There cue fifteen hundred ot those people slutt they made so much noise that tli y caused Republican leaders to think there were several mllllonsof them Wo hope nil will turnout Well but for the life of us we cannot see anything but breakers ahead fox the par ty In connection with this scheme to rIp up the tarlft In order to please a few tree traders within our ranks who will be very much displeased when the job 1s done and the great army of Republican protectionists who kayo given the party every Ic tory which It has achieved sInce Us birth wlil Lave a very bad taste to their mouths and a feeling of intense Baguet while the country will suffer untold financial loss by reason or the continued stagnation In business 1- 1t la quite evIdent aCooper orvnaekradledy will leave a deep and lasting scar OD the tae of Tennessee No matter Whl hpartlJVa8to blame for the killing It has caused dlvlslon j tJea meat whk7t will make qalnet Ute ee and hs1Iplazle st the peep1e of the entire state for years to COBie It W ba asde tolaprIL pol4 aspect iavolvtag two taCUoas of tk- Deaocrattc party turd whenever tha less M decialeaet Ju46e or J1tt7- I fan tr1 e entire dtleeaablp Jt wan true or the Goebel trial In KenU tacky as It win ever be matterwl at state Gray IJe so untort sate u to h emhroUe4 In a po1fU cal controversy the oatgrowti Of which 7esulte In the sklsg of humacon Ufe Real JuUce meted out to offender can only aceomplteh- When g upheld by a united peop- lAnypuniahment e given tola offender wh1ch Ls proclaimed bybalf of the pe0 pie u an Injustice caa onlyrMuit In the qIklag a martyr Of the offende r and aeosdltion amoag Ute people which brings Into contemPt the w- aneS those who are chafged with a enforcement When ucb a condition ei fta It would be better to of concern ed if the whole transaction could be blotted out without the farce of trial MillerGraham Mies Hanle Ford Stiller and Mr John L Graham were united In rrUg at 4 p m fursday at the rebidence of Sit and Mrs It A ill ler 310 Dad Fourth street The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs D A Miler of Ohio ooun ty aada niece of Mr It IA Mdllerot- Owensboro She IslL cultured and refined lad and Is admired by a host of friends The groom It the son of Mr and Mrs Henry C Graham a prominent family of the Threaten neighborhood He Is 24 years old and Is a Well known teacher of Davies county He lea young man or literary merit and A Rockport Romance Is a forthcom- Ing book from his penowel1OOro Inquirer COOL SPRINGS March 17Mr and bfrs G W Benson and daughter Miss Iva were the guests or Mr O E Scott Sun day Z aster Jesse Drown visited Mr Clarence Dennis Saturday night Mrs Agnes Tate and Mrs Fannye Scott visited Mrs Mhry Hoops Tues day evening Mr Sam Fogle and Mrs El Wright of Broadway are the guests of Mr Alec Wright Mr Hubert TaYlor ot Beaver Dam was the guest or his slater Mrs Hal JI TuesdayCa1r ot Render visit edihls son H L Maskins last week air and Mrs M M Tate and eon were the guests oUlrs Willie Snairo- Prentle f Saturday 111 WlIJes Drown and Clark Wi- l1s visited at Cromwell Sunday HERBERT March 1A new school buildi- na to be put up at lIenbert this sum mer The two districts Sourwood and Miller school house to be combined Sirs Obenchaln and Mr Ernest Bur Jett Ylstted Mr George Obenchain who Is quite sick at Mfr Wm Richar- eons + hll ay- fdissJerntcc Winkler or Synthl turned home Sunday She was aeco panted by Mrs Sallie FloYd and ij esAfary Chambers began a spring sohbbl hhthie morning Mlara Etta Durdett Pellvllle visited atblrObo Durdetts Friday night nit Lednard Taylors baby who bas been quite sick with pneumonia 1s slowly improving Miss Mattie Barnett It sick rMr jack Diddle has gone to Evans v1116 to make his home Mr Cats Floyds family visited a- Mz4llen Swopes Sunday C W Phillips made a flying trip heie this morning ir Jim Piilllps who hAs been sick foaeveral months is slowly lmprov lag It MAGAN h 15Rev G H fi1Iedtiis first appointment at Pl Saturday and Sunday jh jesse Westerfield and family spent Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Westerfields sister Mrs Be Smith and family of Fordsv111e- Mr Dee Whitaker of Adaburg Was the guest of Mr W A Taul Saturday night Mrs Sarah Wlmsatt died at her home near Dundee of brats trouble the I2th the funeral services were conducted by Father OSullivan at Catholic church the remains were Interred a White con0 tery the 13th MVlre Jesse Roach In vlsitthc ber father and mother Mr and 11I101n Roachof Ralph Ir Charles WimeattofVbitesv111e was wlth his mother during her later t suckness and death Measre Clarence Tlui R H Miller William Rogers Frank FJelden who hail started for Evansville Teturned Saturday from Livermore on accoun- of swift Water dr Edgar Wedding or FordnlUe spej few days last week with hIs moth r Mrs T H MSedcalfr- S FOR THE B IV lEAiI i fE ieetkalsts tem and roasts thq adveeatase a sealevel canal tfThe New York Court or ApFeels bas decided that Joan R1HgeMn president olt MetropoUtaaKeI- naurnace Company mast tttfel l the charge ot perjury f tf 5S IIbedktrlct board of the Burley TO bacco8ocietj adjourned af V1es- ter Tuesday nlgt after an ally tlea elon In which pima for poolbighthe crop of 1909 were dlscusee Ffaal action was deterred untfl the 1xt- meeUng on June 8 v t Edward PaTtOn Weston the vetennn pedestrian ataited from the New York postoffice at 420 P m Moaday on his 4300 nine walk to San Finn thoweadapersons cheered him as be stepped off up Park Row with a band moulted police and detachment from theSev- enth Regiment la attendance It Is probable that the United states will send a special commtssioaer to Nicaragua to Investigate the situation there and former GOT MIgocnrjob is promInently mentioned for the IBI8ISlo- nExtraord1nary military and naval ac tJvity on the part of Nicaragua re- Talis according to dispatches tecety At the State Department fits American naval force now In Central American waters Is to be aUgmeated In consequence Notice Ml persons having efelnis egal8m the te of Rebeora WU amps de- ceaaed are hereby noWied itxpre sent same to fie properlY pmren on- or before April 1st 1909 or me wtll be forever barred This Match L 1909 T H DENTON Admr- OcnOOrtown Ky e WYSOX March 17afro n V Davenport and daughter Miss Pearl and Miss Ue98e- Ibggarly spent Thursday with 3irs Eva Cates Mrs Emma Green and son Everett spent Thursday ZalasterI Shelby Ne1sonjMiss Lena Fulton was the guest of Miss Pearl Davenport Wednesday arternoonIMrs Robt Payton was the guest of Mrs Matilda Fulton Sunday the seventh PMr s Shelby Nelson Was the guost or her sister Mrs J F Knight Sun day Dfr Ebon Hawes Is visiting Mr Jim writingg was the guest of 3115 Q rr Denton Saturday Mr and Mrs W P Bennett Were the guests of Mrs Dennetts mother Mrs Margaret Taylor Sunday night SundaydIrs Ora Widick was the guest of SaturnEva Cutes Sunday evening Irs Emma Green Mrs Kate Net son Mrs Larne Maddox and daughter Miss Floy spent Friday afternoon with Mrs Columbus Kltclteas IIr Henderson Williams HOJloweJJ spent Sunday night with his uncle Mr A J Davenport Cure Minnie Davenport was the guest of Mrs R V DavenpOrt TueS dayt Pearl Doggnrly epent Tuesday afternoon with MIsS Pearl Daven port Mfrs Shelby Nelson spent Monday evening WIth Mrs Lnrue Maddox Mr add Mrs JoSeph Maxey Mr Cleve Derryman and wife slid Mrs Louisa Taylor spent Sunday with Mtr Lee Nelson 13udeasMrs Dro i 1 I I tMonday eVehlng sutra Eva dates vfeiceaalhs RV evcninrt x Sanders h ben quite sick o SALEM dar51t 16Rev Bailey filled biq fegularkppofntment at this plaee Sun dayrlMlss Lorena York Is visiting her sister Mrs Ettie Wilson lYls Dora Fought visited arise Josle and Leona Wilson Saturday night and SundayaloUrs Dasham visited her daughter Mrs fralvls Pierce Monday Mfr JIm Pierce wife and son visited air and raDasham Sunday SAil Stella Daniel Ja glvWg dLAiaic W11sotAthisIrtIT Laren Wilson and Mr Faris Saturdaytevening on busiesSMcklisteth18Yek J- NeS Ed Jamison and Bob Neal I t ext btJtvetere Xy cWki Mr sasd3lt- diaitaJ SJarrfeaa itwdq I Mr FJoy ak slater MrsAasle Diat41 Monweat to CrO weU Mrs I3t Gx TWtecI hH sdeter Mrs Ida GratC Saturday night and Sunday AEtX AVUiEr March ISTke Mrmmew are very by Sa this caauunitydmtldlbaras buying Dew plows and taisting imple BatsHealth ls very good at present is our vfllae 3frs Is visiting herd adghtei1arLoulsvflle this week Mr V D Morgan or Megan visited hit JIOa E H Morgan at AetnavlUe RevCoi of PhJJPot Ky was aaled- to the paStorate ofziollat their last meeting tYrJ tLLord has returned tram Dawson Spinga where he has been for his health fir Cleavelan Laydy visited friends and relatives in Owe aboro last week Lets alitake our hatS ore and Uk Fire Dann tO give ue a new road 1ay- rwheabegoes upp to the Capitol U REnDER March 16HWel Davis of Louisville general manager ot c C A I Co and Merritt Austin of Central City were here last Wednesday Chas Main left for Louisville last Wednesday where he Went to join the U S Navy Charlie is a bright and intelligent young man we aU wish him much success- Bea Harris and W J fercer were In Central City Saturday M W Woerner and son farvin were In Hartford Saturday L Lrs Amelia Burton went to Pren tis Sunday for a few daYS whit WI and Mrs Herman Miller or Sout Carrollton were her eSunday James Stephens of Central City WaS here Sunday the guest of his son Simon I Emmett Loney or FordsvlJle and C W White of Louisville and S M Dexter of Centertown were here yes terdayJ Cobb Was In Beaver Dam yesterday Guy Statler went to Louisville to dayH T Vance Of EluabethtOwn wasr here today Jno Francis has returned from lIerrln III after an absence ct sever al months tMr and Mrs George T Edwards- have moved from hero to Horton Chester Carden Dead Chester Carden died at the home of his father James Carden at Narrows Friday night at 11 oclock ot tuberculosis He had been suffering from this disease for the past seven months but continued his work until Christ mas When he was forced to quit He was one or the most popular barbers of Owensboro For rive years he WIUI emploYed by different barbers ot the cIty and made a host of friends while here He was 29 years of age and Is survIved by his father and several brothers The funeral was conducted from the late home Sunday at 11 oclock The Interment took place at Pleasant Grove cemetery A large number ot friends from Owensboro where he had worked attended the funeral Among the Lodges Tent No 99K OT M Is op a boom A great meeting was hold at the ball fast evening when about twen tyfive now members were Initiated The new paraphernalia Is the fInest ever b46ught to Hartford and was use for the first time last night Anr the work a splendd upper was served to the memberh and visitors 5I Hartford lodge f1o 676 F 4f A K held itsregular aeeslon Monday nIght and tiaferred the first and third de- grte 1he first degree was confers ed Qy senior Warden W EEllis in a fvnry impreeeive manner One app- llea1it was eleeted The lodge will thJrudegreeatdaynikht In ApriL J w oTYJDledlarch 14th 1909 Sirs PotiyJJShields of NeedmQre Butler county Kentucky at the age of 66 years She bore her softening without a murmur and told her friends she was only rwaitlng Shehadot the Green River D1ptJst Church 40 years Mire IShlelds- Is sprvlped by three sisters iandielghtgrandchildren Tliad Smith of Needmore iasd lfe- FreightJawee Ot Cromwell To the bereaved ones we would say utn not for your lose Is her gain dfq havehe aseurance that we will meet bert part no rnPre yfer aleoes Cute and yards e t PIIN CUllUI c NOfi2 ttl Dr Xr u1Mii a firar yewtktPee Weil it f cAT uslyy Is tth iH i rile M3Tlaid t th isMy of PanaawaIv W i of Peceew areH a aeeret sal arathedt3ss nlyoweraulg the reeeed1S of whisk P JrJroItTake s t HXD1tdgTIff O 4 OOLUsW Ustited StatseDispeawtory sajh of i hthe tt eat tof OlII braaee- rkinI= y satarrll stenle dyspepsia eat8rrheC th h- iatestiialoatarrliemIde catarrhal jaundice of tk9 Uve1a 1dI i aiowiafthe pelvic organs XtWt 1- the I 7 tfeataeatof vsdsus soon of diaeUM q Auetherin red1M4 ei mJLnWlrogO A slam fa Vatted bates Diapeesat p r qJM another of Peruna to ezeeltt dregsthat hu verrJarrlienrlookeclb the medical ofenion for past fifty yeari TJD OU1lD IJrTDYDiriDITOUl The Unrtsd States DlepIflestoy says of the action of cedron tot it is tiled as- abitt toBlc Bi laths treatmegt of dyaeately ud in intermittent dtaea- au a lIo IIUluu Iquuli OIL OP COPAIBA aacher ingredient of reruns is clueHby tkV ted States DiIpeMa as a ut stimulant and diuretic It wen the Mosaeik and intestinal ira It ante as a stimulant on the genito uriuarymeaibranes E Useful in cJuoniccyati c dy Our PerUna Tablet Is PerunaWith Fluid Removed eatery and diarrhea careafo diseases of kidneys These inionsas of Peruna are held writers on subject including Wand 4 RYDWm J1AJTJlOLOW SAYS it G ble to stotoaUtis catarrh of tJie iaaoona surfaces of the mouth follicular pharyngfUs catarrh of Phsryai ohroalo eeryza catarrh of head This writer classes kydrutiJ asa tomacJ to1 useful in atonio dJIPe chronic gastric eatarrh catarrk of the duodenum catarrh of gall duct catarrh of intestineeeatarrh of kidneys chronic Jright disease catarrh of the bladder and eatsrrh of other pelvic organ JlAJLT1IOLOWUGARDS COPAIBA as an excellent remedy ohroaie- eatarrk of the bladder chronic bronchitis catarrh of the bronchial tubes- BARTHOLOW STATES THAT CUBEB an ingredient of retuna pro motes the appetite aad digestion increases the circulation of the blood Use in chronic nasal eatarrb follicalar pharyngitis catarrh of the pharyrut increasing the tonicity of the aaoous membranes of the throat It alto re- Heves hoarseness Useful in atonid dyspepsia catarrh of the stomach ud ja chronic catarrh ofthe colon andrectum catarrh of the bladder proetatorrJua and eJiroBie bronchial affections QLL1PAUGH M13DICINAL PLANTS one of the most authoritative works on medicinal herbs in the English language in commenting upon COLLIBSONI CANADENSIS says that it acts on the and vase motor nerves It increases the secretions of the mucousmembranes ia- geCalh the mountains of Virginia Kentucky Tennessee and Carolina coUina ja canadessis Ii considered a many disorders including headache colic cramp dropsy and indigestion DR SCUDDEB regards it highly as a remedy in chronic diseases of the lungs heart disease and asthma These citations ought to be sufficient to show to any candid that Pe- ruuiI a catarrh remedy Surely such herbal remedies that command the ssltknefaatio eonfidence of the highett authoriti obtainable brought together in proper combination ought to make a catarrh remedy ofthe highest efiloacy This la our l1im and we are able to subetantiate this claim ampls 4 jIsolations from the mGHEST MEDICAL AUTHORITIES m THE WORLD REMEMB f THAT OMATnR WHAT fYOUNEEDyINTHE VAYOF of r ROSINE Mareh 16HenJth Is very good In this Farmers are busy preparing for Jim Dailey began a protracted meet lug at this place lat Sunday night Oscar Stewarts boos was destroy ed by tire one night last Week Mme Martha look visited her mother Mrs Patsy KUykendall last day night Mre Agnes Leach Miss Sue PIerce and Miss Dratcher visited Artie limes last MrB Emma Cox visited her sister- M s Ida Graff night and Sunday M1se Llzetta Peirce visited 1d1sa- Eraf and Esele ox 1ut Sunday Mrs Tannic Romans Taylor Mines visited her a9otller MrJ Pf roe rro Hlnep and TDm Ragland sold ten head o cattle last Saturday to 11 Itonyler Acton BALD KNOB March 16rA dinuer was given Marcb 10th do honor of her80 Sir antIoJ Jesse iorrence were- the her parenta Saturday attended churshr at Mande udayl Mtee tiu Lsaott who haabeea the lok lint is able tci t o ou again 1 W J t I f4v 1t and 10m the liver and o by all the Scudder OP w the the the for tal for mind by Sun oa Mrs HARDWAREWEt1AVEIT Also All Kicds Farm Implementst WAGONS BUGGIES AND FIELD SEEDS Ohio County Supply CO racoaPORAT- EDIT z1Itf rcJ Wry cammunlty tlielrcrop Wednesday taatSaturday rRoyIfrom- Sundayuntli Tuesday atMrstLADevM thebirthday guestaof dMyOUldRagland Taflorasd iwnilyspent theingrMiea LDavwere the guests of Mise Harriet Sandefur Sunday oven lng dir Letcher Taylor went to Hart ford Monday 1 discs OUleITa and Tussie Leach are on the sick list at this writing BARRtTTS FERRY I u 1Ch16Mr Roe Harrison Is very Ill at this writing Miss Ruth DavIdson and DUss Com 1Wnddtng were is Fordsvflle Mbn day A Maymee Bratcher of Olaton 4r I 11 rnothelrSTie tt e TubsdayCm J 0C r sltuthDavidson was the best i Oatundayasd1aSunday ttAttu Jaa BpJlnglwaat1iegue 1 ot t tit 1 her daughtCCj Ma tUlleDOUngMbn 1 trairs l k gone toRockport Ind to snake her home 6t seems very queen but Via CaydeH 11 EverySunday X91 liiA 1 For Sale i1 IItAnwe house and let situated Ja t Qld Flair ground addition to Hartfordilot 119X flil feet house tour cot F tager iMiOl Rood awe bats Desirable u lou- OFfIUCOIifJTY lr ReALITY ll tiIJ J c Vi L rC f f 0 SPI8CIAhS1 ii a baYeuQtV r received on apm I t proval 12J La r UVifdiesNA- S cutshoWs b yt- r t r- oftr the pretty styles theyv c a come in They E are in a variesr ty of colors and are made up beautifully No prettier or bet tex goods can orwillbeshown this season They will be on dis play Friday March 12 and there after for 10 days only Call at our store and let us show you 1Depeocl On Barnard Co HARTFORD KY t i Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 19 Illnols Contral RatlroadTlme Table North Bouiirt- HolUdn4Kl5 Month Boun- dttomduUSlftma m NolKda SOpm No tat due 248 pm Kol03dn248pm NolSl dll8 8Wp m Drugs That Are Guaranteed When you want pure fresh Drugs guaranteed under U S Pure Food Law come to us Weve not only got the Drugs but we have a manan ex perienced pharmacist woo knows ex actlylow to put them together ac cordingto i the doctors prescription Andbesides this we carry everything r soldtaetrstclausdrug store and II often what others havent gOt Low prices polite attention the most re5 liable goods Give us a call i + HARTFORD DRUG CO- d Incorporated I j ToilHlHery Opening Saturday Uttrch 27 BAJb1YARA do- Readytowear for every need at rd 0011 F J I i- 1t + est cieattoatin DieerGode at Beiraard 1a Gos t lj Fla 4the newwash ffobrth and colorrsr DrNRDirtW8- her1ffR B Martin an tamUyetp- ho guests pt elatl9eriat promwell llesrIMdsgs9seea whoxiad 1e8l1 the gnat of relatives atllJYlJfr- etUlae4 home 8andayr ittt si a Mr iiilltiIaiftWtttiW1Nw reA i- aeigkbOrbodB gun Mr In F JOhnSal hur rtilp were o1ig oircaU l i tIvs8r9 ye8terda 1 Mesflre JP MdCoS WL earl t J WTaylortbbRo Tiel4rPiNaq- er of the iW 6 Ashley norli ilariferiaaM 0 Ward Creek atB tour- ea1lers t ip A Tuesdayti t v Rev F D Baughn hasba1dMeli- tOreI i ant residence at Sunnydaletd- lf T Eskridge and purchased a part of the Flener farm on thiBr3e vv- v w yam pike He moved ihls taiar ply to n0WP1rchase Tuesday J Fresh Northern Seed Oats and Field Seed for sale at J W Forde Mr U S Faught has been appoint ed Post Master at Centertown in place of Dr G F Chapman resign ed Editor C M Barnett left tor Louis ville Wednesday at noon to attend the State Board of Directors of the American Society of Equity Remember we sell 18 pounds best granulated Sugar for 100 Every thing else In the Grocery line at Rock bottom prices SOHROODER CO Ben L Davis Sunnydalo was a pleasant caller Wednesday Ilea has just completed a neat new residence which will no doubt be the pride of some young ladys heart erelong Mr G W Fagen chief engineer for the M H E R R Co left for Chicago yesterday He was accompan led btf his Wife and son Master Law rence They will return to Hartford the latter part of this or the first of next week Leonard Malone an 18yearoId boy from Fordsvllle was tried before Judge W B Taylor Tuesday on a charge of disturbing public worship He acknowledged his gutyt and was fined UO with the work clause at tached Mr Henry Selbert who recently sold his residence property here left with ibis family Tuesday Jot DeWalb Bowie county Texas where they will reside In the tutureMr Seibert is ono of our best and most useful qU hens and we are loath to give him and his family up but hope they will prosper in their new home tin the tone Htar State t biiseEdith Moseley and Mr WIT lard StanseU Were maiztedat 8 lock Monday evening at tile home ipf the bride Rev 0 MfinuUz 6fffJ elatinglid Mosele Is the daugh erotMr Curtis MbEolM Weceftsed and Is a popular ypOng lady Mr Etansell Is ab up to dael fanncr of Indianapojis Irid Th ywltl leaVe In a few days for Indianapolis whore they will make tl eir future home Eldred the twelVe year old son ot Mr Wi P teach who lives near Hick cry churoh fiftppened to avery painful Rcident last Sunday afternoon He hadi gptf6 to Sunday Bchpol and when he let rted bpie Another boy gosh ont1eMim horse behind him MxeearftYsuuwow t4ie ii1 breakin- gyouugLeachs leg between the knee af4ttkJ Jn the da11 Dr fly DTay laefkDeaverDti wwtecaledt and aaaoati5 4 Yyw a h I ti J r r I WANTD A OOOKrApply to tsj R At Nof or Ha iford 3tt2t dire and Mrs R L Llles are the guest their daughter Mrs F L Sondefur flea GertrudeWright of Calhoon has accepted the position of milliner for Barnard Co Every new subscriber the Harr ford Republican the next low montina will receive tree o years subscription to the Missouri and Kansas Farmer ape of the greatetst agricultural papers in the United 8a eeIu I Religious services were conducted at the sail last Friday by Mrs L Mi Woosley who is cohdacting a meet ing hero accompanied by several other Christians The prisoners seem ed to be very appreciative of the fa vor oftrackL was in town a day or two the first ot the week and says track lay ing will be begun next month at Mitchell and pushed towards Hartford as rapidly as practicable Messrs W B Render J E Fogle and DrS J Wedding city T R Black Pinchlco J H Sorrels Rob Roy A W Black Rickets netehborhoodUMr Boy Potts and sister iMJss Madle Potts of tho Sohroader schoolhouse neighborhood were among our callers Monday Dont rail to hear State Sunda- yS worker W J Vaughn next Thursday afternoon and night at Hartford The 2 oclock session will deal with the organized work at night with the individual school Who Is ex pected to attend All Pastors Supt County and District Officers and all others Jo Johnson a young colored mnn living near Sulphur Springs was tried here Monday before Judge W B Tay lor Qna charge of highway robbery and was held under 100 bond to insure his appearance at the next term of court It seems that the offense complained of was commit ted on the 21tt day of last February and Frank Bean is the man who complained of being robbed John son produced 17 witnesses according to whose evidence he could not have possibly committed the crime He was released on his own recognizance MIss lennie Rowe Dead IMIss Lennie Rowe died at her home near Centertown last Friday night of consumption She was about 26 years of age and was one of Ohio countys brightest teachers She leaves a mother and one brother Mr C E Rowe and three sis ters Miss Nina Rowo Mrs W PHun ley and Mrs J C Jackson and a host- of friends and relatives to mourn her demise Her father Mr Willis Rowe one sister Mrs J L Brown preceded her several years ago Funeral services were conduced by Rev H P Brown Saturday even Ing at 3 p m at West Providence church and her remains were laid away In the cemetery near by CERALVO March 16The Sunday school here will begin the first Sunday In April Mrs Robert Matthews went to Louis ville Tuesday to have an operation performed for throat trouble The meeting hero closed the 7th with 20 conversions and eight additions Mrs Enima Fulkerson Is visiting friends and relatives at Point Pleasant Mrs P A Milner visited her daughter Mrs James Jackson near Miatan zas last week Mr John McIntyre Hartford has been here for several days Mrs Price Hallows Livermore visit ed the family of Dr J M Everly some days ago i Mr Vince McIntyre and amlly have moved to the tyllllams Coal Mines Public Sale On Saturday April 31909 I will offer tor sole toy public auction army residence in Oentertpw two good audJ1drwnmHess and gearing one WacksmWh ohop and lot a lot of farm implements came corn kitchen furniture and oths IWngs too numerpua to mentio- nTerrpil sums under 5 cash in Ttandrballance on 12 mouths time with approval security F M ALLEN tf4t4 COTtertowo Ky L CANE HUN j March 16Weather is good at this writing Mr Ji Mi iChrtetian and wife visit ed their1 son Isaac Christian Sunday Mrs Juda Arnold and Miss Saydla Miller Visited Mri Maggie Christian Tuesday Mrs Emma White ands daughter Sylvia visited Mrs Juda Arnold Saturday nightandiSunday dlora ito the wife offt Arthur Raley tbai3Mn8ta flnBbby A 4 i Mla Myrtle MIll l fs vfsltingher- aunt Mrsv Emma WhtEthfsiweek Narrowsmovedt Mr ChafHe Chrliaa sad v4tevisit- tTNDanfil8atHM4yMr I n r 6 l I u nr rl rj IPERS RENEW v THE DESTRUCTIONS J dfjTobacco Beds Members of Farmers Association fJAre the Vjctims Hopklnsvillc KyMarch 16The destruction of tobacco iplant bods in CJirlstlan and Caldwell Counties has cawedi a revival ottho nightrider excitement Four plant beds on farms of J Ti Walker and Nlm Long eight miles iiortheast of here were destroyed last night by being sowed with grass seed Reports from Caldwell County indi cates a worse state of affairs for OVer 50 beds have been ruined there As soon as the destruction in this county was reported this morning of ficers with bloodhounds went to the scene The dogs took the trail rowdily but lost It at the Dig road Judging from the tracks there were tour men in the party t Walker undJxing are members of the j Farmers Association and have been outspoken in condemning law lessnessThe in Caldwell County took place in the northwestern portion the residents of which long have been opposed to the association and whoihave been dubbed Bob Cots It Is said they were warned some time ego that they would not be al lowed to raise tobacco this year and following this mme the wholesale destruction of their plant beds County Judge Prowse of Christian county announces that he will bank rupt the county if necessary in apprehending the night riders SMALLHOUS March 15Mr and Sirs J C Bennett went to Centertown Saturday Mr and Mrs Ross Morton Llver morewero the guests of Mr and Mire Sam Morton recently They were nc- companied to Livermore toy Mrs das Hallows and sons Samuel Klmibley Morton and James M Hallow and MIllS Callle Bishop who wore enroute to Louisville Mrs Hallow and chll dren will reside in Louisville and Mlsa Bishop will return In a few weeks Bud Garrett and family have moved from Smallhous to Centertown Mltchel Ball and family have moved 1111 the house of his mother Mrs Jennie Bali- Several of our young people have been attending the protracted meet Ing in the Drown neighborhood held by Rev Burden Among those who went wore Misses Oma MaddoxFUau dIe Davis Altha AddIngton Messrs Joss Kirtley Claud Brown and John Bennett Messrs Wilbur Faught Ray Faught Ira Cox and Misses Euva FaughtVer da Fulkerson and Miss Cox have also attended the meeting several nights Mrs George Reid who has been quite sick Is better DUNDEE March 16Rev F D Baughn till ed his regular appointment at tho Baptist church at this place Saturday afternoon and Sunday Mr Frank Tabor of Florida and Mr Pard Tajwr of Warren county who have been at the bedside of their mother Mrs Sallie Ann Tabor started for their homes Sunday but before reaching their home they received a telegram that their mother was worse they returned again to her bedside Monday t Mrs Matilda Bean of Beaver Dam Is the guest of her daughter Mrs Ellis Mitchell Mr Jesse Huff spent Sunday with Mr Felix and Carl IJrpwn- Qlr W 0 Cole and faintlyspent Sunday with his sister lire J W Stevens and tumllyrMr Carl Brown was that lest of ila 4UUt9 ate ACto 1 Wednea day and Thursday Mirs Same Ann Tabor who lies been dangerously JJ1 for some time ia no Better r PrlsoKitf Citue Trouble t What wiLe thought at the time to be an attempt at Jail escape occurred here last Friday In passing through oneof the lower rooms Mrs Fleenerfwlfe of Jailer Fleener was surprised to see plastering falling from the ceiling and looking up she saw a hole about ten Inches in diameter ahd an iron poker being thrust through the hole evidently In the hands of some one of the prisoners aDoVe An investigation prov ed that the poker was being gouged through a small square hole in the iron plate that covers the floor of the cells The prisoners said they had been playing dice and that one of the dice had fallen through the the were trying to get It Of course the hole affords no means of escapes only In case one of the prisoners used an ifoncuttlnfir saw to cut it larger It will be covered aa sponki JK8sIble i 4 BUSTER 15 WRONG HE IS USUALLY RIGHT t BUT THIS TIME HE 15 WRONG JoME HO5IERYI MAY BE A THING or BEAUTY AND WHILE IT MAY BE A JOY IT IJ NOT ALWAYS JOYTOREVER NO PIECE or A WOMAN S AND ESPECIALLY or AIF CHILDS APPAREL ENDURES THE STRAIN THAT HOSE MUST WE HAVE HOSE THAT WE CAN RE COMMEND YOU PICK OUT THE PATTERNS THAT SUIT YOU AND DEPEND UPoN US THAT THE QUALITY WILL BE GOOD GO T Ic k Ic k c Ic cQ it SPRING CLOTHING Copyright 1908 by Hart Schiffner Y B Marx wyy VWll agree todd for you tie Isfjob of personal decora Ling you ever had done It YOUW1l1 come hero next time you o need clothes Well hang some HART SOHAFFNER MARX s1fine clothes tfn you a Liberty Brand Hut a Ferguson Mc Kinney Shirt a King Quality Shoe and Neckwear Under + 2wear Collars and Gloves of the same class Our store should ribtf 76ur trading place We guard your interest as close as we l2 guard our own We give you jtour moneys worth and weJwant YOU for a regular customer We Invite you to come and see with your own eyes itF P BARNES t BROS 4 iet BeaVer I3arrr may- i e SL J4V 0 Allowranceby 11sc1 lCo Continued from Last Week I I r ckA team on road oo Slack A same o 7 0- Stltea John same IioO- Stites John same oo- Smf iJohn HSame 720091 Shows 1VlIson same 30- 0sm y J W mine 300 Smltb Nola some 460 Smiley J W satnex 150 Sporks Len aame l 300 Sbarpe J T Samej 300 Stewart Ernest same 160 stewart Ernest same 150 Shaer8am same 150 Stewart E B snme 160 Sheffield Will same 1500- 13tearman J M same 375 Stearman Jltsame 160 Scott T C same 676- SL01alr 1 AtQse and benefit Heavrin Woodward 3tiiO Shultz Joe team on rood 225- Snodden D J same 150 Smith L M same 450 smith x M same 300 Taylor W Do salary 75000 Tinsley W S C O C C 21747 Tinsley W S per diem 1600 Tinsley W S clerk supervisor 1950 Taylor W D Judge Ex Baird vs Ohio county 20000 Taylor W D work on road 3676 Taylor J W lumber and work 4875 Trodgen C lumber 176 Tichenor A n lumber 1266 Taylor C bf lumber 1233 Tate W 111 team on road 160 Tato W M same 300 Tally James same 825 Taylor Thurman same 460- Tinsley C II same 225 Taylor II L same 300 Taylor 1V D same 300 Tlnsley Elmer same 225 Tichenor Terry J same 60 Taylor n L same 1360 Taylor T L same 675 TaYlor J V same 1050 Thomas C C snme 460 Taylor Gilbert same 600 Tucker G T same 450 Taylor J M same 300 Taul W A same 600 Truman L S same 1060 Trogden x L same 200 Taylor P M same 600 Taylor R C same 300 Tichenor Doward aame 150 Taylor Watt same 160 TIchenor n C same 300 Tichenor Willie same 1liO Tinsley J E same 450 Tichenor A n same 160 Taylor C M same 300 Taylor H A same 300 Taylor C N same 460 Vincent J M team on road 1060 Woodward E M salary as At torn ey 76000 Williams J H per diem 1500 Wallace C F painting bridge 1000 Willis Dr P T medical acct 1000 Wilson R D hauling 600 Williams Estop team on road 600 WesterUeld P F same 300 Wilson J W Same 300 Vornlca Henry same 225 Wright Tobe same 460 Wright E W same 300 Wallace C D same 460 Wilson W L same 300 Wilson Dan T same 300 Wright J II same 160 Wright II C snme 600 Wllson A E aame450Wo- osloy Terry same 450 Westerfield Hayden scraper 160 White Lon team on road 150 Whitely Yes same 600 Wilson Zack same 75 Withers D L same 450 Withers W T same 600 Wooster It M same 300 Whlttlnghill C T same 450- Whlttlnghill C T same 450- Webater C Lo same 300 Wade J M team on road and haul- Ing 1100 Whlttlnghill H 0 team on road 600 Whlttlnghlll U 0 same 750 Whiltingllill T J same 750 Whlttlnghill T J same 900 WhItUnghlll T J same 1200 Wells E R oome 625 Wright W a same 1050 Wells W A slime 300 Wade Ronda same 300 Wrlgbt D Ws same 450 Wright D V same 300 Wiggtnton E G same 450- Wtthrow Sam same 1100 Williams M J same UiO Wilcox w E same 160- Willson A N same 460 Wilson A Nsame 150 Wilson J same GOO Williams Layton same 300 Williams E Ro same 300 Woodward IC same 1050 Williams E O same 450 Wi Son Joe W building bridge 1700 Wallace c F same 4000 York J D team on road 2li0- fIbe foregoing is a true and correct copy of all claims allowed by the Ohio Fiscal Court January term 1909 Given undei mY hand this day of 1909 Ws TIIdLF7Y C 0 C C Many suK r aZl catarrh say they get lPlpidkeeults by using aI1at For twwJielient we IJ Ja1 Bltceptthat It is liquid It Is la all respects ltethe eailng helpful pain- aNpingCream Balm that the public ab tea11liar years No coiaine noiotper dBflrOU8 drug In 1t The spray la aythat- relleves at once 1111 druggists 76c includingwayidg tube or nil ell by Ely 1r8 66 Warren street Now York P Hurryup Call DruggletQulcklAitbozof quarterFor the lbveoC hurry Babys burned lmself terrfbyoJ olio Die cut hs toot with tbaaxAIt scaldedPa cant walk for ptkaBif 110 GndmteetDs ac 2IOgut It and soon oure 11 the family Its the greatest h ler on earth l301d by all druggist Ai 1m L HIS ALIBI tt It clcrtd the AcouidtutFu ntafied- an Odd 8equtl A highly respectable gentleman Arrived at York one evening with lug gage and dined well went to bed early rose in good time and bad Q substantial breakfast After this meal he casually asked the landlord if there was anything of special interest In York The BBllea are on but I do Dot know It there u anything partlcu early interesting In the list was the responseThanks drawled the stranger Ill look in If I happen to pass the court and see Ho did look In and heard a follower of Dick Turpln in the dock charged with highway robbery pleading bla Innocenco Vehemently to a stolid judge and jury who with firm faces did not look as It they placed much cre dence In the prisoners profe8lon ot innocence Suddenly the prisoner caught sight of the stranger who had strolled in from the hotel out ot curiosity Here thank God Is some one who can prove my innocence cried the prisoner pointing tea the stranger who was aghast at becoming the center ot interest eo unexpectedly He seemed Illtonlshcd and shook his head Oh yes cried the accused Just think You were at Dovera long way from here YoU came out of the Ship hotel and I took JOur luggage In a wheelbarrow to the Catals packet at the pier That was the day I am supposed to have committed the crime up here The stranger seemed bewildered The jUdge struck with the tragic ear nestness of the prisoner questioned the stranger but the latter could not assist him much Have you any notebooks asked the Judgeany memorandum of your movements on that day I nm a merchant replied the etran gel connected with an old established firm of bankers In London I trvel a lot and of course enter overythlag in my books Here are my keys It the court cares to send to my hotel and bring hero the books out ot my case I can easily settle the point The books were fetched The gentle man had been In Dover that day and had left by the Calais packet Thlt was sufficient for the judge and jury The prisoner was acs ultted Comic sequel Dol the banker from London and the hIghwayman were placed In the same dock shortly after ward charged with daring burglaries In the nelghborboodHarry Furniss In London Standard The Usher Wok Up At a certain county court the judge la In his private capacity a kind heat ed man The usher ot the court u agedvery agedbut as ho had been a faithful servant for many years hit was retained in that capacity One morning ho fell asleep In court and began to snore The noise he made naturally disturbed court proceedings but the jUdge displayed great tact Jd dealing with the matter Usher Jones he called out loudly some one Is snoring The usher woke up He jumped to his feet and glared ferociously round Silence he roared There must be no snoring in court rExchange Without ImagInation There is a certain New York business wan of a rather waggish dllpoll lion who contends that his wife has no Imagination At dinner one night he chanced to mention a tragic circumstance be bid read In the evening paper on his war home A passenger on a trausaUantie steamer had fallen overboard In mid ocean and had never boon Been agora Was he drowned asl ed the Of course not answered the lri preslble hubby but he sprained hiI ankle r belleveLlpplncottsi Hartldo GAnibliri The rage for gambUng at tvhtee- and Almacks clUbs In London ii other days led to most outrageous betting as to which Walpole 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NoehSk ggs Pres W D Luce SecTrcnsOFLCIALROSTER American Society of Faulty of National Officers 00 III M F SHARI1VinePica BoWIng Green s D KUrP SeckTreu 3ndIana Mate Officers J C CA1 TRILL Pres Georgetown II- S D ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky ohio County Oftkeret- 3 x STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam trCAL Pk1AWN Treat Hartford t0 E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky EDUCATiONIKy 11W Cf Ashley Iartford J1FDNo 4 2J A DelMnyWititesrille 3 z D Ilau3bei Hartford R F D- No 1 4 Jno W Taylor Bepve Dam RF D No 3 i6 Rlohard nW1aybtMlnee dJaDmvAn Root dYr kT f t 11 InE 1 ft 1CttrtI j Mdlclae tr thN dIa rIt OV natotJf I ATTORNETS AT LAW 7- lrrl lIATF RD XY practise their rtee1 10 alte Lcourts of Oldo and adjoining 77tie and Court of ApHaie1BeeeIalht 1tlceDpeolalti office RepiiblIcabl- ug FRANK L FELI- XAttorte9a jf HARTFORDeKY tIJ r iWIll is tand adjoining counties end In the ot Appeal Criminal practice iad lel tecUonli a Speclaltyr OffJc tb8 Ike j- aid buildingqa c s a a x arm 4Ai HAItTFO tDJr r i- edertCourt 10AlaOffice over 3 Williams Drug Store J a rd i KiivhWbii i WAr Q o Ieys 9 HARTFORD KT r 1 8 vl Win pricthe tbekprofeeekn in all the courts ot Ohio county Add Court of Appeal Special attention jdy- an criminalipractfce lttd collectionLOl tlce next Dank ot HartfOrd tATTOnk HARTFORD KY Will practice hiprofesaion In all tlie Court Of Ohio and adjoining countlea- and in the Court of Appeal Also Nor tary PubUc Office over First NaUowIDank to 1t Iff L j- I 5wRDAi aa AANDERSOU BARNES ANDERSON r w- Afl rQeys and Counselors rrw HARTFORD KY The undersigned annonnce that they have formed a partnership or the j jeoralaitecUng Title to Real Estate will be rgiven special attention Notary In office W H BARNES Po A ANDERSON JOiINRWfLSON CJIASMCROWB i I WILSON CROWE 1LAW 11lttheties end In the Court of Appeals Special nttentlom given to crtminal- pmctlce and to ooetJtjoos QMCij On Main St opposite OourtUoumeU i e rFobtalDo4aIleolltttUqt THAT PAy a4ytrtJM th oar oJlst1llOdolOIL UclbWtt e ra aPAalINONCrEqCNCCSrovrroHSock aOv h l AltSl H 4M Q 1l itKILL I HeNI CURL T1Ry LUNQ ll fA tnNew0FORAIM AU THfIGATA1UNI1I r U DKDUIU02OJI to 1 ina oItq its NOplrNcDApODLrcHe Ds Yee aadtoersrLYr0 A COUNTNIEs t nfiavAfrecrwlM WahlgraaswIM tIoreowto Sa a f- y r tmro r wsIWAHINt1T6NDr0 iASj1ItDs CIREOF HAIR fjbatPad Eachflaysin Pzodiictng Baldness jf t j The FirftFronounced Innocent of SngltheQthc er Two t l11e soles of health for the hair so farae we k row them are few and b rlefBrush the hair thoroughly at leaat once S day but let the scalp atone Let tho brushing be thorough and perterably with two bnrshes- cbfyou may use QS It you were currying a race horse to get him Into- ajiow condition Keep the hair thoroughly clean In this way and the scalp will largely fake care od Itself Nash the laalr ea often as may Jo needed for cleanliness hiohas a rule fOr men will be ones a week end tor women about iba1t as often Avoid wing too trong sopsstrong sllaalies such as ammonla and soda and too hot water as allot these take out too much of the natuyl lubricant or oil of the hair and leave tt dry and brash hAs a rule It Is- Well to dry clean the scalp art much upo and It fa suTprlslng how cleaniho hh and scalp can be kept brushIngtheWaahingbe rbed or brushed until thogu hly dry 31t thiet hido11efn the short hafrOi ien there is no objection to wettlngItdallyor even two of thtee ineavlnite natural oU of the thair when mixed oriermentaThis condition both irritates the eclpWand furnishes afine culture medium for gernawhioh thereupon Prompt iy sweep In and gtve Wise to the com ioneet form of dandruff IParticularll Objectionable Is the habit of wetting fir Uclitllgtha4ha1rlnorder tocoonb ilt and avoiding the use of the brush The intelligently u8imah Is the best knasfn hair tonic ut when the vigor of the chairs Innl g to tall eventhisuWy pecai- hied to an extreme and become In urfousiWbtle Itv lit Well to lteep the scalp dry and well ventilated and eXPOSed to t light AlJ d air there does not appear to be any valid ground for cbelief that going bareheaded particularly In the sun In any way promotes the v1syrofthq bait- t Dr Woods Hutchison says In the osmopoUton that so tar as we now anything about the intentions otnatureo It was never meant that the human head should bo exposed to the direct raYS ot the sun Ex declnrtngthatexceslveexposuro nlng hair to the dint rays of the sun will actually eocelorato the pro cesaI have seen n good many bald heads exposed to the no hat cure he said but I have not seen any crop except blisters produced thereon The bull ot the roots of the bale go down completely through the skin and Into the fatty layer which lies between It and the skull and the thing that to the expert eye Is really signi cant of the prospect es toProgres or cure In a particular case fa not the condition or color or cleanliness of the scalp but the thickness on thin ness of this fatty lower shlch underlies it theeoalpthere Ishpee o restpring a season ble growth of hair but When this has n absorbed and the shiny Scalp ticks as baseball the outlook Is ractleallyhapelis Mast of the remedies whlob are confidently believed to and applied tto the scalp have just BS much of feet upon We vIgor of the halves they a would have Vrahbedupon the soles of the teet NokJrown local n iplioa- tlons or mapipulatfonsare capable of underlyfnghair begun to melt away though skilled and regular massaging tray help t40 preveint Its wasting Irrh strongest and moat powerful elemenb of scalp tonics and hair restorers Is their smell and the iirfextpowerful jsthoircolor Most of Ithem are frauds pure andslmple and pJ4liel1o ethet wliatever erseeptup one the imagination and tbo nostrils o- tf their users t ttj9 common constituent of- them 1 all alcohol and the next conk f moa probably nmoul or some t aromatiol extract which has the odorWtl and 1 11T1t tl 11 A14 iof r Mc 4et t h J Y typ t Y k J I 4kMJ 7 iy Trf 4 thin olsre oars Dulliuta to Use- skin and produce M slight teunp nary reddening by a Iorease in the amount oC blood Mrcylating through the scalp but this has bout ttsatueh effect on the hair bulbs as the beams- of the harvest moon lidve upon grow cabbagesing Deafness Cannotb red by local apphcattons as they cannot react the diseased portion of therThere is only one Way to cunArnee and that li y con onQI remedies is counsel by an Illmamoo con fifes Deatueee tiS counsel by an Inflamed omadition of ithe mu COM lining of the Eutidhlttn Tube When Lids tube Is teed you have a rambling sound or Imperfeobw ar lag and when ltis ontirel17 dosed lnesel the reeuk and unless the do- flammat4on can be taken out and this tube restored to tnormal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nln cases out of tien are caused by Catarrh which Is nothIng Jut an Inflamed condition of the mucous surface We wILl give One Hundred Dollars for any case ot Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circuh free F J CHeney Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for coast patron rn IN FAVOR OF flfi LEAF COSTUME Army Officer Says Fair Sex Pos ModiestyinInversey t Ratio to Clothes If American women wore less cloth they would bee more modest rrbe wo men ofAfrica wearvery little raiment and theY are the most moral women t the world NfFhis is contention of Arthur George PomeroyAo11etRson oVthee retired English oUleorLleutenant Gen oria Sir Edwin collen for 40 years a resident of Brltlsh East Africa For seven years 111 Cohen was one of the assistant district officers of the East Africa protectorates and dur- Ing that time made a special study of women of Africa I 1Qth ethe savage woman shy and conquettish Mr Cohen said to day I ilye J1ped11 their native garb whlobi nslS of a strip of bark or bit of woolen blanket they areas unconscioue of their chnnns as children A white shirt waist and a skirt to Which the missionary Introduces them seems to sow the first seeds of vani ty They become vain flirtatious and conceited d hesitate to Imagine what would be the result It a Dlrectolre grown were let loose In their midst The mortality of morals would be pro dlkfous Of course till climate In England and America would hardly permit of less garments than are worn yet there are a lot of unnecessary trim mings and furbelows with whloh women bedeck themselves I think an ornamental purity bri gade with an African woman as mlss- lonarywould help Occidental morals and manners Some Donts Unpopular Girls Dont giggle A merry heart may be a good medIcine but the chronic giggler Is dike unto the patent nos trumsSheshould be legislated galnet Dont gush Sugar In moderation Is necessary to youth but an overdose Is nauseous and calls for sharp remedies Dout be noisy It is not the brass horn or resounding drum that leads the hand but the silent baton ont be Smarty Real wit Is to smartness as a 5pound box of mar none to an allday sucker Dont bea teUta4e role girl who preaches iOn her mates Is like unto that foolish one who seated himselfbe- tween two stools Friends hate her as- toaohers despise her Dont be a sneak The beellowlng bull is not halt so fealOsmea foe as the silent snake which glides oil you unswarea the one you run lWQY from the other you bide your time and kill Dont bOYcrnzy fI1be girlwho runs alter the boy9 bas as much chance ofoitchtngthem as the cat who chases her tall Dont be a fibber Tho schoolgirl who doesnt deal jn tact Is as foolish as the wolf crleorshe twill not oe believed when belief Is vital to her Dolt be a sloveniTihe girl Who las dirty lands and missing buttons will find a reputation for slovenllneesa tHat bor through life hough ahe becomes an old maid for primness Dont be fresh The egg that is fresh shay bring Ia high prIce the girt wIth slmHar qualities finds fewbidders for her society Dont be quarrelsome The girl who Is always hunting trouble Is asqels rable a companion 8ISQ chestnut burr widen shoe A sweet heart does not make upfori b bad Jags ota prlcklyehellPittsburg Press i 4I r lIrot It I V 1 4oJ t i Y 1ray6 thJiii tvI I fIf IriV l f i l RECENT DECISION Making Only Conspiracy tQ Boycott Illegal Organized Labor May Call Atten tion To theFacti that Firms Are Opposed to Labor The Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia last Thursday rendered an opinion of vast importance and Interest to orgnnlzeed labor through out the country It was handed down the Duck store and Range Co injunction suit weherln organized labor was enjoined from placing them on the We dont patronize and unwalr list The Court of Appeals decree so modifies theorlglnal and now famous modified the original and now tatpu03 leagues may If there Is no proof torthcomlngot a conspiracy of boy cott can attention In the labor organ the American Federationlst to the fact that a firm or certain firms are opposed to tabor and that such firms refuse to employ union labor The decree enjoining Gomllers and his assoclatees and the Amerclan Fed eratlonJst which was mode perma font by order ot Chief Justice C1ay- baugh ot the District Supremee Court and which was the basis of the famous contempt proceedings against the labor leaders and their subse quent senteence to jail by Justice WrIght for alleged violation ot the Injunction has been so modified that It Is thought to be probable that the convictions mentioned way be reversed upon the apeal which GIompers Mitchell and Morrison now have Pend lag before the Appellate Court The original decree by Justice Gould while In spirit affirmed bY the decision Is practically held to have been entirely too broad In scope In that It enjoined the labor organi zation from pllbllshing or otherwise circulating whether in writing or oraUyany statement or notice of any kind or character whntsoeercaU log attention tQ the complainants cus tomers or of dealers or trudesmeen- or the publIc to any boycott against the complainant This Is modified chiefly by the Insertion of the words In furtherance ot any such boycott Tlals additional phrase substitutes by the three Appellate Justlcesmeans according to one closely connected with hte local Federal Courts that unless there Is proofthat a conspiracy of Illegal boycott lure been agreed to the law cannot force organiza tions to restrain from suoh actions as that complained of except In the publishing of the names of certain antagonistic firms on the We Dont Patronize or Unfair lists This latter It Is thought In Itself would be part proof of a conSpiracy to an lI1ee gal boycott It Is therefore thought by the ma jority of lawyers that although the opinIon deals directly with the original proceedings instituted by the Buck Stove and Range Company and only Indirectly with the subsequent contempt proceedings It will afford Messrs Gompqrs tlltohell and Mor rison two legal loopholes through convlcImonths which were Imposed respect Ively upon them by Justice Daniel Thew Wright The way for this es cape by strictly legal methods Is plain said one attorney The Convicted men may either glvee themselves up to a United States Mar shal and then sue out a writ of habeas corpus which In my opinion can be easily made permaneent mere ly by reference to the modified decree handed down or they may continue the appeal they now have pending before the Court of Ap peals and ask a reversal op the same ground New SUrgery or the Heart You often hearl Bald that such and such aperSon basdied of embolism of tha heart simply because the death was suddenan explana- tlon that is more frequently than not the wrong one Embolism of the heart Inwhjch a stoppage In a main artery takes place sometimes causes fearfully sudden deeath but just as orton Is preceded by a short agony which results In death after perhaps twenty minutes Hitherto It has been loolltd nponas Incurable end It la only within recent days that a- German eurgeon Prot Trendelenburg bas conceived an operation whereby a person strickeen wltlf embolism may Ibe cured In order to how you what the nature of tbeoPel1t1on IS It will bo well to explain exactly wbnt an ombolism means I Sometimes It betppens that Jho blood maIjorlty 1 f j dtJI c I j f iM l ic Itr i IWot f 11 I ic t 1r i K J i fI nungoD o ooune out causing v yubn trouble borne times ihoveevrthebloOOi clot foamed thelogedeliected In Its course tntothe tuba fly or lung artery there Is the erltical moment la the normal state It la thought the lung artery that the blood passes tote the lungs and gets rte supply or oxygen WI It come In cOntact with the air What then Is going to happen It blood clot penetrates Into the pulmonary ar tey U It Is very large It will completely stop up the artery the cir stoppedIand not a drop ot blood will reach the lungs The result will be asphyxiation by embolism If the clot Id not very thick a little blood will beable to pass to the lungs and suffocation will take place by degrees tooth eventually ensuing The ombol lam or blood clot Is the cause Of such a death To open an artery and relieve the congestion Is not beyond the powers pf medical sclencea nd Surgery But the particular arteery affected Is the Important point The lung artery Is thicker than the tomb and passes di rectly from the laeeartfrom the right ventricle That Is to say In order to get at this artery It Would be necessary to open the thorax and when this Is done It would be necessary to remove the lungs out of the way so as to have the heart well In Isgut tlben It would be neces sary to open the heart and the whole work done to sew It up again Just think of the time requlreed to do aU- ot thin Just Imagine with what rapid ty a surgeon must work In order to save a llfo Before beginning the oper atlon of cutting the artery he has to bind the biggest artery with thread since In cases of embolism the heart distends to the verge ot burSting theblood being unable to flow normally through the exit channels Well how tong do you thnlk a ca pable surgeon will take to perform aU these maneuvers ilIe has at his disposal but fortyllve seconds Has It been done Certainly The aforementioned GermanDr Trendelenburry has performed the operation three times but alas without saving life at was shown ateerward that certain surgical mistakes had been made but enough had been learnednevertheless abut the operation to assure In the tuturethe saving of those who are not carried off with a sudden attack It has also been learned from these operations that the heart which we have been so long accustomed to look upon as too delicate to be touched Is on the contrarY a very tractable and tough bit of machlneery to handle and even play with Tobacco Tiiit the element or nicotine In tobacco can enter tho blood or the amok erto any appreciable harmful degree physicians no longer teach nut by far the gravest charge yet made ngain the weed Is by thee London Lancet thnt the smoke contains In large propor tion the poisonous gas carbon mon oxide Until confuted by equally good authority the statement of the Lan cet must be accepted that tIle fumes of an onuco of tobacco In cigarettes contain from 1 pint to 4 pinta of this gas while the samewelght tobacco smoked to n pipe gives forth 2t4 to 5 pints Ot the toxicity of carbon mon oxide no doubt exists It Is the chief contltuent of illuminating gas and Is decidedly harmful In quantities far short of that needed to produce asphyx- Iation Air wIth so small an admix ture as fifteen oneundredtbs or 1 per cent of the gas makes a distinct ly dangerous Inhalant and the proportion alleged to be found In tobacco smoke would easily account for the dizziness shortness of breath and parp tations experienced by excessive smokers If It be demonstrated that carbon monoxide should be feared by smoker It ought to become profitable tor the cigar manufacturers to make brands and devise methods that will produce the gas In minimum quantity while taking advantage of the mellower qualities of tobacco Meahwhllo the Lancets Comparison of pipe and cigarette is useful In showing that the cigarette WOuld be less pernlcoous were It not tbat the cigarette user Is more dedlcledto Inhaling the emokeNew York times Night on Bald Mountain On a lonelY night Alex Benton of Fort Edward N J climbed Bald Idbu thin to the home of n neighbor tor tured by Athmn bent on curing him with Dr Kings Now DIscovery that had cured himself of othima This wonderful medicine soon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor Later it cured his sonS wife ot n severo lung trouble Millions believe Its the great est TJuoat and Lung cure on Earth CoughS Co1id Oroup Hemorrhages and SOre Lungs are surely cured by Ittnotfor Hay Fever GrIP and Whooping Cough 50c MId 100 Trial Lr Guuuntted by all drug an I 41 1 afv Je Blfi BUILDINGS How Six Locomotives Pulled Hotel Out of Danger TwentY Four Tracks Were Laid Under Building and 112 Flat Cars Run Under It Benjamin Cntpontor Tliller sho had made the business of moving large structures a life study and whose greatest achievement WM the moving of the Brighton Beach Hotel a distance of nearly 600 feet back from the shore when It was threatened with destruction bY the sea died yes terday afternoon at his residence 979 Bergen street For over fifty years Mr Inter had been a leader In his chosen line of work succeeding to the old house movIng business ot his father and un cle Richard and Josolm Miller Prior to undertaking the task of moving the Brighton Beach tHotel he had suc cessfully carried out many seemingly Impossible tasks and he approached this one the greatest of late career with the utmost confidence In spite o the expressed opinions of ninny engi neers to the effect that the job could not be done In the fall of 1857 the ocean had so undermined the hotel that most of the structure was resting on plies and It became absolutely mecessmy to remove It Mr MILler surveyed the situation and signed the contract Work was begun early In the winter preparing the building for Its trip Inland The preparatory work was almost completed whoa the famous blizzard of Mnroh 12 1888 came and covered everything with snow and Ice The obstructions melted away In a few days however and It was seen that no great damage had been done by the storm Mr Millers plan for moving the hotel consisted In the laying of 24 railroad tracks upon which 112 flat cars were run under the bulldlngwhlch was then lowered until It rested upon the cars A carefully arranged serfs ot ropes and pulleys led to six locomotives placed on two tracks three on each track and coupled to gether On the morning of April 3 1898 the first start was made In the presence of a large crowd of sightseers Four moves were made on that day the distance covered being 117 feet The process was repeated day after day until the hotel finally reached Its new location 595 feet from where It had originally stood The Interior of the hotel had not been disturbed The carpets furniture and chande hers had been left In their places and even the tons of crockery In the kitchen had not been removed An examination of the building when the job was completed showed everything In perfect order not even a ceiling being cracked This is remarkable when It Is known that the building Is 460 feet long and 210 feet deep nearly the whole extent being three and four stories In height There are also flvee large towers six and seven stories high The entire struc ture weighs about 5000 tons Meats and Vegetables Certain meats are IUI closely allied to certain vegetables as Is the long meter doxology to Old Hundred rro separate them seems almost desecra Lion Thus stewed chicken wlhtout mash ed potatoes und pork without apple sauce lose half their zest Fried onions fairly cry aloud for a juicy beefstealcund roast beef with out potatoes browned under the meat never taste quite thesame Potatoes are an accommodating sort of veegetable They are good with all meats though their dlgestlbllltywhen served more than once II day Is ques tionableWith roast meats sweet potatoes are appropriate as are squash tomatoes asparagus and stewed onions Baked macaroni Is a fitting accom paniment to a roast so are Brussels sprouts and scalloped or creamed cauliflower rrurnlps carrots parsnips and cab bage are generally eaten with boiled meats while peas beets Ibeans corn tomatoes are good with either boiled or roasted meats Rice should be served with stewed chicken Roast duck demands both ap ple sauce and stewed onions Turkey without crambeerrles would be WI lost WI venison without current jelly Celery should never be omitted when serving pouUrynnd Is an invariable aocompainment of soup It Is specially good for the nerves and Is tlttllngly served with uU meats SQuabs and aU game have lettuce wltll French dressing served with them i Il an tae glnls ham 3 It Is no longer correct too serve more than two vegetables with the moat coursothough wlthlol11trycranbemcs are counted as an extra REAL ESTATE FOR SALE We have about 70 acres ot good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and halt miles from Sunnydalo direct ly on the M H E It It Good dwelling and out buildings NIce young orchard and abundant supply ot freestone water A tour room house In Hartford lo cated on the Pike 5 acre lot splendid well of soft water plenty of fruit for small family ThIs is- a desirable piece of property 76 acres at Davidson Station on the Owensboro branch of the I C R R 60 acres tine bottom land will grow 54 or 80 bushels corn to acre 15 acres of rolling land very fertile Two tIne Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek Dwelling story and halt eight rooms new located South side Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable A 40 acre tract of bottom land ono mile from Dundee All cleared except about 10 acres and under fence Will grow from fifty to sixty bushels ot I corn per acre Four room cottage house and one hall acre lot In FordsvUle opposite col- logo Terms easy 60 acre tract of hill land ono mile from Beech Valley schoolhouse on Hartford and HowE Ule rondoA11 cleared except about 20 acres two dwellings barn and other out build Ings A good tour foot vein ot coal which Is now In opperatlon House and lot at the corner of Clay and Washington streets now owned by E Crabtree This Is ono ot the finest locations In Hartford and the property Is In good repair Houso contains nine roams and there Is a never falling sprIng of soft water on tho lot This property can be pur chased at a very reasonable figure Apply at once as It will not be on the market long 12 acres on the Beaver Dam and Cromwoll public road 112 mile from Drover Dam In good state of cultivation good young orchard grapes straw berries raspbcrles good 4 room cot tage with varanda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting ot meat house hen house coal house good well Located In good neighborhood 27 acres good farm land on prentis public road adjacent to Robert Plum mor good old and young orchard good tour room dwelling and good out buildings Two good wells Located lu good neighborhood close to school 182 acres of upland known IUI the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run acre 100 acres in splendid state of cultivation 82 acres timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out buildings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwelling and store house one acre of lot 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 fun particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles stof Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty ot water 40 acres In timber balance In good state of cultivation 13 acres farm land good house and barn orchard two webs of good water at Mngnn Ky oA tract of land on the Sulphur Springs and lIarltord public road ono mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 60 acres In cultivation splendid dwel ling barn and out building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a well kept farm tA tract of land on Halls Crook one mile southM or Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres In bob toms two barns and dwelling Well kept and In good condition We dont own the property wo are only agents for too owners and our purpose is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service wo charge one small commission No change itno sate Is effected LIst yoUr property with us or If you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY A Reliable Remedy GATARRHElys le quicklfabsorbed It cleanses soothes JJrotectathe brace resulting from Catarrh and drives away sCold in the lIelld quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Fun size LiquidCreamEly Brothers 56 Warren Street New York i f c7t THOMSON BROS J r rI 4 i I i M1e 1 YSJ A 4 Y I t ST0C It 7 FAUM fJ 1 f J Horton Ohio Count Kentucky 11 i il Itf J BAY LEAF HAL Will make the present season of 1909 at our stables at Horton Ky He will be permittee to serve mares at 5 single leap 7 the sea son or 10 to insure a colt to stand up and suck Money is due when the service is renderedfact ascertained or mare transferr ed Care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Description and Pedigree BAY LEAF HALTract 22U Bay Stallion 165 hands high BAY LEAF HAL by Brown Hal 16935 time 2121 First Dam Bay Leaf by Bay Tom 16371 sire of Tom Webster 2ilU Grand View 215 Pointer Hal 2191 Gray J rr Fanny 219i the dam of Hal Brandon 2071 Brandon 2121 etc Second dam by Pat Malone Brown Hal 16935 sire of Star Pointer 1591 Hal pillard 2041 Hal Bran don 2071 Storm 1081 Laurel 2061 16 in 615 39 in 230 and the dams of Helena Duplex 208J Cadet 2091 Garnetta liOJ Frank Creemer 2111 etc by Tom Hal Jrj 16 925 dam LizzieJdam of Little Brown Jug 21H etc by John Nether and 2nd dam Blackie by John Hal DILL GLADSTONEm Also during the same time and at the same place we will offer for j service our celebrated jack DILL GLADSTONE at the same price and ff on the same conditions as the horse f DILL GLADSTONE is a beautiful biaclc Spanish jack with white points 15 12 hands high and a splendid form He has siredsome fine colts and is reliable in every particular GOOD BOY REGISTER NO 288788 A red Shorthorn bull of fine proportions and noted ser vice Needs to be seen to be UN appreciated Will serve cows i Catl at the gate Return priv I ilege will be granted Those who appreciate fine stock should not fail to see this animal and examine his excellent qualities which show for themselies The service fee is certainly very cheap at the price 1 bI1 ir i T Regietered irk ire Boar I DaJes Golden Prficf f NO 113B99 A boar of the finest breert nd a splendid sire of exceptional qualities Will serve sows at 1at the gate with return privilege J r I We will give 15 in premiums to the first and second best colts siredLEAF HAL in year 190810toJirst and 5 to second best coltsJ We will also give 15 in premiums to the first and second best mule colts sired by DILL GLADSTONE in the year 1908lO to tile first and 5 to the second best mule colts Time and place of the show will be announced if later on The sams premiums are offered for the year 1909 iT I y r 01n Thanking the people for their liberal patronage last year and hoping to have a large share of their business for the year 1909we are respectfully C H L R B THOMSONir Proprietors 9 t H rA f r l L j ot r l If itr J i o bf JII I yrrs r ra e Ai 1qi r t f 10if J 1e lJJ i 1i + v 0i4i Ji7 ortr t t d c t F 7 rM V 1ai1 1 r L 1 j st I f y1 C hf 4tI r + f tiF I lJi th I jiirf1 Ti