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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I 4 0 1 i vu t j w f I 1 ttc h mtpUhit UY il I It FiheJob Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TJ1E PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year Irilrv9t xXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KYM FRIDAY MARCH 26 1909 No36 II RANSOM PAID BOY RETURNED t Willie Whitla Safe With Father at Cleveland I 1 Money Paid Over to Woman I Confectionery in Outskirts Of City Cleveland O March 22 =LlttieWll llfr Whltla who bas caused the police of the entire country endless worry since he was kidnapped from sChool In Sharon last Thursday was ed to his father at the Hollen den tel here tonight at 830 oclock In compliance with en agreement entered Into between the kidnaped boys fatter and anagent pf the Mid napers here fcwlayrtbe Wy was plac ed 6n a etreet car oni the outskirts of the city and started to the betel shortly attar 8 oclock Two bosG W Ramsey and Ed ward Mbhbaey recognized the tad on the car and taking him in charge conducted him to hW father who was In tvaitl according 0a prearranged plan which hQ had followed at the dictation of the kidnapers The boy wandered about the hotel lobby unannouncecUo1BQveralanlnute asking bell boys for his father before the la orknew his son was in the big foyer The moment the anxious parent beard that a strange toy sin the hotel sauntering In aimless fashion he rushed aCross the abby grasped him in tats arms sad emoth ered his lace with loges An attempt had been made to dis guise the lad He w ren pair of smoked glasses and a large tan cap Whioh was pulled down over hW ears and the father said it would have beet difficult to have recognized the boy in such a garb had he passed him on the street Willie is in perfect health He says that he lies been well treated and ever since his capture has been con stantly indoors He ibelleves he was taken from Sharon to Warren and thence to New Castle Pa Itia his opinion expressed in a happy school boy way that he was In ABhtabula on Saturday night at the time his father was to leave hIs 10000 In Flat- Iron Park- Betare retiring for the night Mr Whltla admitted that he had paid 10 000 to the woman in the candy store It was in currency and bills The iwo man did not count the money Mr Whltla believes the woman was an Italian but he refuses to disclose her Identity sMr Whltla sad that he received a letter today from the kidnapers at his home inSharon saying that if he called at a confectionery store in the east end of Cleveland he would be told how to secure his boy unharmed and well fed- Shortly after noon ho left Sharon for Cleveland He was unaccompanl ed His Immediate family and the private detectives he apprised of the proposed secret meeting but insisted that he make the trip alone Everyone of them was warned that he must be allowed to go unattended and iio attempt at the capture of the kidnap- ers be made Whltla feels certain that if be hadspolled the plane of his sons captors tcnfeht he would never have seen the lad again Hid ex perience at Ashtabula served as a E warning About 2 oclock this afternoon rte went toa tdyle re1IDc the veat 10 End With him he carried the 5100000- pexpecting that It would W demandeda of him Shore He was met man who detailed to hiin the terms of the kidnapera niVlthMall ihe rcness of a distracted parent yhltla agreed to them immediately Detec three in his emploY say that he paid the fllbney but on this PO ttJ1etuth or decllnea to commit htms lr Palf tan hour later he returned totho liol leaden House and awaited develop ments Hls entrance to the hotel was shrouded in ccreoyIByQ previous arrangement jhade the hbtelman agement he dld lot reglsterV De tectlve Qp Perkins IvJiO haei sup erintend di the search tot tJ tx Yc in behalf oMhe father was iaihe lob by offtMe hotel cataly smoking and +a T Ut 0 k 9kf f w pretending to too unconcerned nut tho heart of both parent and detec tive were boating anxiously KIDNAPPERS CAPTURED Cleveland Ohio March za2 a- In m the arrest hero last night orn man and woman having 9790 in their possession the police believe the have captured the kidnappers of VII lie WhltlaIn fact the woman in th case who was greatly excited admitted that she had been responsible for the kidnapping Beneath the woman bunL nal slips placed on the money whe Whltla took it from the bank stll- around it Will Get 5 Per Cent on Deposits Those who deposited money in the Davless County Bank and Trust com pony on the promise that they would get 6 per cent for it will get at least 5 per cent of it during the next term Aprlo1 partial distribution A partial distribution In the settlement of the affairs of this defunct bank was expected at the last term of court but Pould not be reached Assignee Jnderoon now has things in shape for a payment of 6 or 6 per cent on the claims of all creditors aud wilt urge the court to make a payment next month Holders of mortgage certificates wh ace claiming priority and expecting payment In tull will share like of ordinary claims in the partial distribution If the courts later decide that the mortgage certificates are to be paid in Cull holders of these will get the benefit of the decision in later distributions Owensiboro Inquirer Mrs Guess Huriley Dead i Mrs Sarah Ijunlerone of Ohio countys most highly respected and loved women died at her home pea Hopewell last Friday after a long ill nose Mrs Hunleybesldes being a loving motherpossessed n true Christian spirit and her passing over into the great beyond will be sadly lamented b bothrelatives and friends Mrs Hun keys husband preceded her to the grave several years ago and was no doubt waiting on the beautiful shores of heaven for his loved one to join him whore a joyful reunion of two kindred spirits took ilace As a for l neighbor We knew Mrs Hunley well and many a happy hour has the writer spent beneath the hospitable and cheerful roof of this dear good woman To her bereaved relatives we would say weep not for your loved one loshe his gone to join her Creator in heaven where a crown orI ute will be glvenherAlthough her eyes arEt closed in a lnsttpg sleep her leaching and her chrlattn walks w111I remain with us and will be as a beacon light to lead us closerto heaven Mrs Hunley was a member of tho church and had been for many years She is Survived by numerous relatives und a host of friends The funeral took place at HopewelL New National Bank Owensboro Ky March 23rho new national bank which has been talked of in this city for the paet tow weeks Is now a certainty A sufiflclnet num ber of names have been secured for the application for a charter and the application lo now on its way to Wash ington It is understood that the cap ital stook of the now bank will be between 2dO000 and 300000 x The new institution will either occupy the Owensboro Savings Bank build ing or thatotthe defunct Davlesa County Bank Trust Company It Is rumored that T Farnks who has been Collec tor of Internal Revenue fox the Sec ond district for the past three terms connected wlthi the now bank and will probably occupy tho ottlcQott resident of the not Institution The organization of this bank will take some of the sheet banking men in the front the other banks Body of Infant Found in Well Workmen while engaged in cleaning out an unused well In the yard of he Commercial Hotel at Rockport one day loaf week found the decom posed body fan infant child ByI the directions ofCltYJudgeS L Fulkerson the body was removed and buried No one seemed to know who the Coroner is or where he is located Some time later Esq John Miles was summoned by some one and down to hold an inquest After all the evidence was heard the case was laid over for the grand JuryI t i I A II G r aiykr dIS PRIZES AWARDED i The Republican Piano Contest ip growing in Interest rapidly hay are an secure offereus young been awarded a handsome Jewel box na row ud for their efforts to day March 20th Misses Ollle iirioraus Irene Davis Grace SaturI Ethel Rowe Eecle King Sadie HallMdo Month biotic Potts Jessie Park Gertie Moore Myrtle Carter Mite Blackburn Vada RenderMa thenconEestante rae any considerable loid 1over any other one and as many of them rave reserved votes wfclch they have not turned in we do not at t1 is time give the vote of each one but will do so at the awarding of the next special prize Tile piano which is ono of theiiflnest instruments ever brought to Hartford has been ordered direct from tho factory and will bo on exhibition yla our office Ina few di s We are very anxious that each contestant shall come t0ourofltcaandexaminolt We expect to announce la our next issue otbjpiy special prizes of great value The followng note received from one of our Judges will explain it salt yourvotingof mine I deem this sufficient reason for asking you to excuse me from acting as a Judge With respect I am J M DeWEESE Sheriff R B Martin has been requested to tact as judge iln place of Air DeWeese and has signified his willingness to do so This makes the board of judges now stand Judge John B Wilson Druggist Z Wayne Griffin and Sheriff R B Martin The names of these gen tlemen nil of whom are well known aM over the county should ibe a guarantee within itself that the contest is to be absolutely fair to ofall t KEPT HIS PROMISE TO END HIS LIFE Parrish Juror Said He Would Commit Suicide DidrEvansvllle Ind March 3Jobn Gaynor who was a member of the wasyone of the four men who favored Par rishs ncqultal committed suicide by shooting himself in the head near Evansvllle Two weeks ago he wrote his wife that ho Intended to commit suicide Yesterday afternoon his body was found in the bottoms below the city near the Henderson road fMrs Gaynor lives In Lewisport Ky Her husband came here to find work Some time ago eno received n letter from him saying that he could get tio employment and Intended to end his life Mrs Gaynor sent the letter to the pollee here and enlisted their services They could find no trace of him His friends here scouted the idea of his ending his life as he had always been cheerful and although out of work he had many friends and his situation was far from desperate Sunday afternoon the body was found and the wound showed that he had taken his life He hadmade good his threat Coroner Laval was notified and hastened to the scene Niter identlfl cation the body was brought to the city to await instructions from Gay nors wife He is a brother of Henry Gaynor of Qwenaboro Uncle Louis ttonther Hartford can boaetof ecitizen esteemed and respected by all whose life is ot more than gassing interest in Rhine Bavaria In 1832 he Frenchmaninca having been both German and French territory IB 1848 he started for America While grassing through Paris ho was caught in the midst the revolution of February 22nd which overthrow Louts Phillips the citizen King and eventually resulted in the elevation ot Louis Napoleon to the French throne The streets were everywhere barrlcated and Tie was compelled to remain in his ho durltf his two weeks stay In the French capital Sailing from Haver ide Grass he ar rived in Cincinnati six months af ter having come In an American coL- ton ship to New Orleans and then by boat up the Mlseiaslpl At the breaking outotthe Civil War he joined the 2nd Ky Infantry and was at the battle of Shiloh and other leaser engageementsi He has been a citizen of Hartford for 52 years and has wltneteed tha almost complete passing 6r more than a rI- f t r R t f it generation of Its people yet his mind and body are strong There Is a coincidence in his life worth mentioning Edward Elsten laub was a school mate and playmate of Uncle Louis When Uncle louts was twelve years of ago hand Elstenlaub bought some musket caps from the German soldiers Els tenlaub sruck one of these with a hammer and a fragment struck Uncle Louis In the left eyo destroying the sight A few years ugo John Gormanwho wastfcorn In Ireland sold Uncle Louisa hog When he delivered it Uncle Louis discovered that he also had lost his loft eye Questioning him he found that Gorman had lost his eye from the accidental discharge of a pistol In the hands of Edward EIs tenlaub in Plttsburg Writing Elsten laub Uncle Louis found him to be his early schoolmate and he acceJltI ted an urgent invitation to visit him He found him a wealthy still manu facturer anxious to have him remain with him the rest of his life Uncle LouIs takes a moderate amour t of exorcise in the open air every day and bids fair to remain with his friends for many pleasant days yet to come It Is the sincere wish of the writer along with his many friends that his span of life may be lengthened out fur beyond four score J M D A New Ruling A new order from the Post office Department will be of interest to the general public Hereafter Posters will to permitted to exchange stamps stamped envelopes and newspaper wrappers for others If a mistake has peen made by the purchaser either in the denomination the size or the quality Up to the present time if an individual or a firm purchased stamps of a higher denominatioUthao was ac tually needed they would have to be retained Now they may be exchang ed for smaller denominations If necessary However this applies only to the actual purchaser and besides the exchange must be made within two business days R Work on MHE R R MadlsonvlUe Ky snatch 24Work on the new M iH E railroad out ot this clty is progressing rapidly and It will be only a few months until trains will be running from Morgan field to Louisville via Madlsonvllle A meeting of several of tne officials of the L 8 N was held in this city this week and some inzportantcharges are to be mado hero at en early date pushjedTO BEGIN APRIL 1 stat lDent was gIven out last week by ChIef Engineer Wllloghby ot the Henderson Route to the effect that a large crew of men would be put to work at Mitchell April 1 and the rttordland 1th t r M lit Is more than likely that If tho wea- therI stays favorable that Ill two or i three month trains will be running j ar far as Dundee or Hartford regu I larly Whore tho roadbed was washed out Ily the recent floods large forces have eeryI for the rapid completion of the work Supplies of various kinds were see down last week and It Is not frolunyto m be another rainy spring and flood tbo loworlands through which the new road passes Brockenridge Democrat Miners Rally April I1909 The miners of Ohio county will ob serve Labor Day In their usual man nor by giving a picnic lu the beauti ful grove at Williams Mines If the weather Is suitable and If not other quarters have been secured Among the speeches delivered on this dayono will be made by Hon Chas Dobbs of the American Federation of Labor He will speak In the morning an Hon A O Stanley of Henderson Ky will speak in the afternoon Oth er speeches will be made by our dis trict officials and a good time Is as sured to those who attend Two bands will furnish the music We also of fer the following privileges for sale Cold drink stand 10 lunch stand 10 general notion stand 10 baby rack 5 Any ono desiring any of the above privileges may obtain same by calling on or addressing the Secretary Come out everybody and enjoy a good time This March 22 1909 1212 FRANK GRAHAM Pres By CHAS W MULLIKIN Secy FOR THE BUSY READER The minority report of the Democrat ic members of the Ways and Means Committee on the tariff bill was tiled The measure Is siiarply criticised and Is pronounced crude indefinite and sectional The maximum andi mini mum rates are declared to be an open challenge to a trade war with foreign nations Judge Harbeson of the Kenton Cir cuit Court rendered his decision In the case of the Latoiila Jockey Club against the Kentucky Racing Contrail slop holding the law establishing the commission unconstitutional The ef tact of the decision Is to place Latonl racing back to its former basis An appeal will be taken S Gov Wilson Tuesday received let ters from Cove Hughes of New York and Noel of Mississippi accepting the Invitation tendered by Gov Wilson and Gov Swanson of Virginia to become members of the Executive Corn mitten of the Governors Conference which body will be vested with the power to name the time and place for holding this years session of the Gov ernors of the United States annual conference V The six men who sailed from Pasa denaCalln the balloon American hay been found alive and well at Switzer landrlug in a canyon in the mountains News of the arrival of the men nt the camp was telephoned to Pasadena but the mountain wire was working so badly that few details of their expert ences could be gleaned from there Sw zers Camp is located some twelve or fifteen miles from Pasadena to the northwest A torutous mountain trail which leads to the camp Is now blocked with snow Why Business Halts Tariff agitation Is especially effective as a sedative to those Industries which are dependent on or are sen sitive to Protective duties There Is evidence on every hand of a return to financial confidence which after all is the basis of sound commerce There has been a substantial revival in business from the depression of a year ago and only a chronic pessimist assert that panic days are not over for years ot come Merchants shelves tiltingjline to purchase but talk of Tariff changes raises tho question as to where the merchant or the buyer maybe If wales and purchases are made now Those who can arc waiting others are buying from hand to readyIto ROOSEVELT OFF IN HIOH SPIRTS Waves Farewell From the Hamburge Headed For the Wilds of Africa Gift From Presi dent Taft Ou board steamship HamburgMarch 23 via wireless Former President Roosevelt spent tho better part of the afternoon In his first few hours at sea in resting delanditbalmy tho sea smooth and altogether the day was such a one as would tempt the eeavoyager to tho deck and open air but Mr Roosevelt had risen early and has passed through a most tiring though pleasing experience so he decided after luncheon to seek tho seclusion of his stateroom Kermit Roosevelt and the other members of the party however spent tho afternoon in the open resting In dock chaise Mr Roosevelt and his party had lunoheon and dinner at Capt Bur molsters table At both meals tho exPresidents expedition Into Africa was the chief topic and Mr Roose velt spoke enthusiastically of tho pleasure the hunting trip afforded him New York March 23Waving a parting farewell With his iblack slouch hat his face beaming in tho morning sun as ho stood on the captains bridge of the steamship Hamburg former President Theodore Roosevelt now Americas most distinguished private citizen soiled today for his longplan ned African safari He loft his native shore amid the cheers of thousands of persons that swarmed the HamburgAmerican Line pier the whistles of countless river craft and thunderous reverberations of the former Presidents salute or thirteen guns from Fort Hamilton and Wadsworth Beside the happy figure of the for mer Chelf Magistrate as the big steamship slipped out of her dock stood a young lad seemingly dejected as he wistfully gazed lit the cheering mul tltudo on the pier below It was Ker mit Roosevelt son of Mr Roosevelt who accompanied his father as official photographer on the expedition Fath er and son both clad in brilliant buff hued army coats which shone in the sun remained on the bridge on the trip down the bay and acknowledged with sweeps of their hats the salutes of the vessels The demonstration was unofficial in chaarctcr but many high in the affairs of the nation were present The crowd In Its enthusiasm bowl ed over the lines of Policemen on the pier surrounded the former President while he was being presented a bronze tablet by tho ItalianAmerican Cham ber of Commerce and before ho was again safely back on the sheltering gang plank knocked his hat from his head and caused him to drop a vaoum bottle which had been Presented by some admiring Plttsburg friends Fortunately Mr Roosevelt was not hurt in the rush and he seemed to enjoy his experience with the crowd True to his promise Mr Roooo volt made no statements regarding his coming hunt in the jungles of British East Africa other than to say that ho probably would be gone about a year and a quarter Mr Roosevelt eschew ed politics to inquiring friends and contented himself with expressions of appreciation of the kindly farewells of those who came to see hIm off One Incident of the departure which touched Mr Roosevelt probably more than any other was the presentation of a message and gift from President Taft by Capt Archibald Butt who was chief military aide to Mir Roose velt and who at present occupies thatP position under President Taft Butt had a difficult time in reaching Mr Roosevelt It was Imperative that ho should do so as he carried a lInes sage from the President which rcquir ed a reply Finally after Mr Roose velt had boarded the ship a second hisI+ I 7 DEMOCRATS 1101- PROTECTONISTS I As Shown By the Hearing To Change Schedules penutsandlCotton Sufficent to Prtect Them The following which appeared In the Cincinnati Enquirer a staunch Democratic paper as a special dispatch from Washington shows what Southern Democrats really think of Republican policies of government when they consider them from nn on partisan and businesslike point of view It devleoped during the hearing on tariff before the Committee on Ways and Means that while the South Is almost solidly Democratic It has a thorough apreclatlon of the benefits that accrue from Republican tariff legislationThe which used to be very prevalent and still obtains to a large degree that the Southern people are generally free traders was thorough ly upset by the committee which was gathering information for use In draft Ing the revision bill Moot of the large interest of the South asked not only for protection against foreign competition but urged that Increased duties be placed upon articles which enter into competition with corresponding products coming from abroad Republican members of the com mittee derived considreable amusement and entertainment from their examinations of me who came up from Dixie land or their Representatives in Congress to urge that ample con sideration be given to the industries agricultural or Industrial of their sectionThe peanut growers of Virginia ex hibited lese bbashfulness than any oth cr Southern Interest when they ap peared before the commltteefor they asked that the duty on that article be Increased 300 per cent The Vir ginia peanut Industry competes with the peanut from Spain and other Southern European countries The present duty on unshelled pea nuts Is onehalf cent a pound and on shelled nuts one cent a pound The Virginians who were accompanied by Representative Mayrard a sterling Democrat petitioned for at least four cents a pound o the shelled nuts No less backward than the peanut growers were the tobacco raisers of the Old Dominion for representatives of the tobaco association at Danville had the temerity to urge that the duty on Turkish tobacco be increased from 35 cents a pound to L85 u pound The latter Is the duty Imposed by the Dingley tariff on Sumatra leafThe tobacco men complained that the Turkish tobacco was crowding out the light tobaccos grown not only in Virginia but also In North Car olina and that the Turkish Govern ment vvlrtually prohibits the Importa tion of such tobacco into thq Ottoman EmpireThe Florida growers of Sumatra wrappers made a strong appeal for the retention of the duty of 185 a pound on tto loaf grown In the fur Eastern Island Trey asked tics con tinued protection on the ground that they and expended large sums of money in developing the Sumatra wrapper Industry and explained that tue leaf they raise down In Florida was grown from seed Imported from Su matra They assorted tent the Industry was still In its infancy nnd ncdeed the protection given to it by the Ding ley net This had the true Republican ring and reminded one of the nu merous infant industries which have been the beneficiaries of the protective principle Industries such as tin= plate steel 1 which have developed into such stupendous giants The lumbermen of the South joined with their fellows from the North in Importuning the committee to retain the present duty of 2 a thousand feet on rough lumber thus ngaln de monstratrating that while there la a wide dlffreence between the way the North and South vote on election days I the most fraternal feeling exists when It comes to legislation affecting neu J tral interests Incidentally it might be said the South now furnishes nearly onehalf the Umber cut In the United States As insistent ns all these Interests in asking protection were the rice growers of the several Southern States which furnish the bulk of that product The various grades of rice are now protected by a duty ranging from throe quarters of a cent a pound to two cents n pound and the rice grow ers protested that their industry would be ruined It the rates were lowered R J p K 1ioI beeause ti t woul ptece their ladas try oa a TJwte where it would have to coapeU with the cheaper tabor 0 Asiatic eoumtrtes another Repab llca argument with a temlHateouBM The mica miners of AlabamaGeor gia North and South Carolina sad Virginia appealed for an increase in duty on that article which is now protected by a specific duty of six cents a pound and 20 per cent ad val orem while the cut or trimmed mica baa double that pfotectldn Here again the old Republican argument was applied for it was claimed that unless something tandsomewas done for mica the Industry would suffer by an influx of this product from coun tries where labor costs from 6 to 15 cents a day Even the clayproducleg companies of the South asked for an increase pot 1 in the the tariff on clays claiming that the Industry needed it to protect it against the clays of England which are frequently brought over as ballast in the big ocean liners Keenly alive to the main chancethe growers of King Cotton which Is now on the free list endeavored to should be a duty on that product convince the committee that there should be a duty on that product on the theory that the industry was threatened with something approach- Ing destruction by the cneaper cot ton of toe far East The fruit grow ers of Florida Joined with their Re publican countrymen of California in a request for higher duties on oranges lemons andother fruits which compete with the fruits of Southern Europe and Central and South America fTbeee are merely Illustrations des- Igned to show that the Republicans of the North have no monopoly on the protective tariff The Democrats of the South are as such alive to its beneficent operation even though they always can be depended upon to pile up a large and safe majority for their Presidential and congression al candidates v TWO PETITIONS IN- BANKRUPTGY FILED Mrs Gertrude Willson of Rosine And Milage Gigson of Henderson County Owensboro Ky March 17 fTwo petitions In bankruptcy were filed in federal court Tuesday by Jfre Gertrude Wilson of Rosine Ohio coun ty and Milage Gibson of Henderson county Mrs Wilson conducted a general store at Rosine and her principal creditors were J C Wilson of Ro sine 175 S W iVnderson of this city 4883 and the F T Gunther Grocery company 15225 Her lia bilities amounted to 795 Tibe rest of her creditors were Louisville Nashville and Chicago Merchantlle companiesTh are listed at 65533 out of which she oaks exemptions amounting to 640 She claims her home and household goods fl colt and the stock of goods for pro vender and 40 each for the support of her husband who Is an invalid and her four children The principal assets are a house and lot valued at 300 store house worth 100 another lot valued at 3G stock of goods at 75 a colt and two goats at 42 her household goods she lists at 35 and accounts at 7873 Milage Gibson a farmer of Ro bards lists his liabilities at over 500 the principal creditors being RA Walker of Robards 200 the Henderson County Savings Bank 225 and the Union Bank and Trust company of Henderson 75 besides several other small debts ills prln cipal assets are 150 Interest in some land 20 cash and 45 worth of household goods He claims exemptions for a family oftw- oDeafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There la only one way to cure deafnes and that is by constitutional reme- dIes is counsel by an inflamed con dies Deafness is counsel by an Inflamed condition of the mU- cous lining of the Eustaohian Tube When this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hear ing and when Itis entirely closed Deaf ness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Us normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nln cases out of ten ore caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for clttula free F J CHeney Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75o Take Halls Family Pills for const patlon m TAFfSJESSAG TO CONGRESS S- On Revision of The Ding ley Tariff Says Change in Business Coadi tions in Past Twelve Yearn V J fx Authorizes Readjustmentr- P President Tufts message torCon gress now convened in extraordinary v session is the briefest in History It Is as follows To the Senate and House of RepresentativesI to Congress in this extra session In order to enable It to give Immediate consideration to the revision of the Dingley tariff act Conditions affecting production manu facture and business generally have so changed in the last twelve years as to require a readjutsment and rev- IsIon of the import duties Imposed by that act More than this the present thrift act with the other sources Government revenue lees not fur nish Income enough to pay the author- Ized expenditures By July 1 next thQ excess of expenses over receipts for the current fiscal year will equal 100000000The ceS6tul party in the late election is pledged to a revision of the tariff The country and the business community especially expect it The prospect of a change in the rates of import duties always causes a sus pension or halt in business because of the uncertainty as to the changes to be made and their effect It is therefore of the highest importance that the new bill should be agreed up on and passed with aemuch speed as possible consistent with Its duty and thorough consideration For these reason I have deemed the present tb be an extraordinary occasion within the meaning of the Constitution Jus tifying and requiring the calling of on extra8099lonIn address I stated Ina summary way the principles up on which in my judgment the re- visIon of the tariff should proceed and indicated at least one new source of revenue that tnlght be properly re sorted to in order to avoid a future deficit ft Is not necessary for me to repeat what I then wetiI venture to suggest that the vi tal business Interests of the country require that the attention of the Congress In this session be chiefly de voted to the consideration of the new tariff bill and that the less time given in this session the better for the country WILLIAM H TAFT The White HouseMnrch 16 1909 Night on Bald Mountain On a lonely night Alex Benton of Fort Edward N J climbed Bald JFoU thin to the homo of a neighbor for tured by Athmn bent on curing Mm with Dr Kings New Discovery that had cured himself of athma This wonderful medicine soon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor Later it cured his sons wife of a severe lung trouble Millions believe its the greatest Throat and Lung cure on Earth Coughs Colds Group Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs are surely cured by It Best for Hay Fever Grip and Whooping Cough BOc and 100 Tnjal bottle free Guaranteed by all drug gist m Farm That Runs Itself So thoroughly Is the farm of wal tor Linn equipped with modern ma onlyhelpbearings Mr Linn can therefore give all hIs time to planning more improvements and Installing electric buttonsNot does the form run Itself but all the devises being equipped with ballbearings the farm Is run nolseles ly The present gearing calls for a 20 per cent dividend end work Is done only pn a day shift With the farm machinery running 24 hours each day he hopes to rut the Industry on a 40 per cent basis Electric corncutters chop the fod der for the cattle mechanical milkers produce hygienic milk automatic fur naces keep the chicken house warm and cause the hens to lay during the rotarybrushLinn is eating his breakfast ti fDrthe wagon with hay and by operating a third io can shell the corn w Care of Water Bags t After filling a rubber water bottler with hot water press the sides same before you screw on the toptn so doing all the steam comes out and there will be no danger of the bottle ripping no matter how hot the water y lw L c RUBU1Nc J Piano Subscription 7 An f Contest is r 1J d r Creatin Moth Iliter st- A t 4OOOO PIANO- GWEN Itt f fv AWAY k Over 100 in Prizes Already Awardedf MANY OTHER HANDSOME PRICES TO FOLLOW t The Biggest Contest Ever Inaugurated in Ohio Countyt A first class Piano will be given to some young lady in Ohio County on r CASH subscriptions only to The Hartford Republican The circulation department of the Hartford Republican Is conducting the Biggest Contest that Ohio county has ever had Arrangements have been made to give away absolutely free to a popular girl in this county a magnificent 400 Plano The young lady who secures the greatest number of votes during the next eight or ten weeks will get the piano iHaw sunny votes she may get depends upon her efforts and the number of friends she has who stands by her Besides the Plano as first prize we will give away handsome prizes to all young ladles who work Many special premiums will be offered during the contest Every Girl in Ohio County tWill have an opportunity to win some prize during the contest Sixteen young ladles were awarded prizes Saturday March 20th These same girls as well as all others who desire to enter the contest will have an opportunity to win a prize or another prize during the contest Watch our columns for announcement other special I prizes We must insist that parties desiring to vote must not ask our advice as to whom to vote for as the contest must toe conducted entirely fair to one and all and no one will be favored more than another The girl who stays busy will be the one who stands the best chance of winning If you have friends who are not taking the Republican see them at once and get their subscription before some one else does If you know of persons who have not yet renewed their subscriptions get them to pay up and get their votes LtheIrNo one Closely Related to Employed by or in any way Connected with any Member of the Editors Family or Office Help will be Eligible to Enter this Contest CIta 1- c co 0 SecCI f + CI 8 x ot4gj CI E4 8V S e 4 Ii ed Jo 11 t chi v3I2 5 8CI CI c i c QB Ho 0 0o 5R rc In cc UoI ffi 00IC 0 c 0IIJ Io rc 01 YI- bQ 8c 1It = bQ CI ctJOa 8cdE O 0 sb Nomination Blank r Every new subscriber and every old subscriber who one year in advance from date of payment willreceive tlie f I 1 Missouri and Kansas Farmer free New Subscriptions 5ttO Votes for Each Dollar v V t i t4Back Subscriptions 400 Votes for Each Dollar V i 3 x Renewals 400 Votes for Each Dollar l j 1 I li AU BALLOTS MUST BE VpTEDWHEN ISSUED l r However they may be deposited in the ballot box at any time before the t close of the Contest r qt i e r J r L 1c THE WHISKER c LESS ERA Men Who Once Wore Whisk r rsj1owLook Boyish jBan oa The hirsute Adornment t t Makes EverybodY Look Young t This Is the w1itikerleas rca Some body said that before maybe but it Is atilt true and growing truer every day There is suck a general shedding of hair troni faces that the wind Is actually lonesome Formerly It couldntO halra mile without finding a lovely harp to play onbut now the ends ot Boreasa tingere ire toeing their callouses from lack t contact wlthhinwte zither etrlnp There have beau enough facial lIlace reaped is the pat 24 monthss to Marta mattress faCtoryand run It for yearL One has to grow acquainted overagaiq when one goes Into a corn munity where formerly one knew I everybody That mauetandlng there by the baggage truclototaJ stranger Boyish looking fellow with pink skin througlr which a taint stubble shows Who Is he any Wly Herb Maaeoy Yes but not old Herb and he didnt haveaay boya big as Old Herb Go long r But it Is old Heuband you may just as well became reconciled to the fact Why old Herb used to have a beard like a tumbleweed It stuck out and hid his mouth and his chin and part of his nose to say nothing of his cheeks nd nearly all his ears You never mow whether he had tut Adam apple or a dimple or anything like that You never thought of such things Whenever you thought of old Herb Masley you thought of a hedge of coarse hblr that masked him and gave him an all of uncanny wisdom an ancientness which partially excus ed and justified his untidiness abut now Hes a younglooking chap with real features He has a cleft In his chin and a good mouth You are told that when Herbs wblsk ere were amputated by the local bar ber wlthvthe aid of as anaestheU various articles of household furniture that had been missing for years were foundd enmeshed In his furze And you dont doubt It- rrhe removal ot whiskers has more than B merely physical effect Not only does the man look youngerlIe Is younger Whiskers gave him an appearance that eau belong rightfully to nothing but patriarchlsm When he looked Into the mirror to comb chin thicket he didnt pay a great deal of attention to his hairmaybe as It WaS pretty much In keeping with the rest tthe landscape The dand ruff on the coat collar he didnt see and spots on the collar of his shirt were not no tlceable In a big hurry he could neglect to change the collar and nobody ever knew whether her he had on a tie A little leak will sink a great ship and little chances to be untidy with lout disgrace lead to ones taking lar ger chances remotor from the shelter of the aeolian attachment Now eht nran tae to keep his coat polar brushed He has to Wear a spot less shirt collar or people will notice that he doesnt and he must really give attention to his tics He Is om polled to primp a little Instead of hiding his whiskers and living as convenience and carelessneSS direct The man Who once wore whiskers glastIs himself Ho cannot take that boyish countenance so seriously nor the man behind It ashe did the whiskered thirtyelghtyearsold patrareh who used to look at him from that same frame diebegins unconsciously to act in- accordance with his changed appearance He hunts up younger men with whom to associate He thinks the thoughts that belong with the face he sees for the first time In years This It young companion whom ho greetswhen 11 e haY8I Js himself and he must be Intune with that nowmirrormate He quits merely waiting tor decrepitude and death and Is as nearly at the bog Inning of life in his feelings sa- be4 was that other times yearn ago when he used to face a boardlese dial and watch anxiously for the stiffening ot the quills on the upper lip die talks younger he is younger He trannore more bueineaa and la less i weary over 1tIHfgoe out more of evening and moves faster He rea- nzso that his father was an old man at his agej owr look at PJet he says and 9aughabuoyantiy L Wealth In Endeavor rWasiliefe eyeragreater dtllu6lon an of one woo thlnkJir lids lath o u J 1a ff 1t iV ersiune 1ile8mgj Jhen he never eared a penny of it own effort ltis only a premium on lad pees writes OrlSo1Ei Weet Mardon in Success Magazines It mattes ones OWl debelopmenit into nienbood more un likely It furnishes him rutcbeshi toad of teaching hint to walk alone It moons the arreeted dovelopmcnt of his own powers for nehlovemen- taparalysis of his own efforts The money we make In ohr voca tion Is a small part of the pay for the endeavor The educetion eve air sorb in getting It the disciplining of the aline bri solving intrincato problems the tart exercise of the judg meat In dtirlrionlnating and welghtng the plan Ii the adustmet of means to means Is infinitely more important The worlds great doers krlaiw very well that if you are not making a man ly or aWODlWlly Struggle to establish- a place foryour there is some thing wrong either you have not the ablilty or you have not the incHna- Uoli And human nature Is EO constituted that they will only hold you In contempt for your excuses Carrots with Onion Slice fine enougbr carrots for five or six people and three large onlors sliced and n scant teaspoon of salt- boll threequarts of an hour then strain add two tableepoontuta of butter ODe tablespoonful of flour snit and pepper shix thoroughly and Chop EAT SAUSA6ES AND NEW BREAD Orany Favorite Food With out Fear of Indigestion Distress from Dyspepsia or a Disordered Stomach Vanishes Five Minutes Later You can rot anything your stomach craves without fool of a cone of Indigestion or Dyspepela or that your food will ferment or sour on your stomach if you will occasionally take a UtrtJIo DtnpepBtn after eating Your meals will taste good and anything you eat will be digested nothing can ferment or turn Into acid or poison or stomach gas which causes Belching Dlzzlne a feeling offullneee after eatinG Nausea Indigestion Uke a lump of lead In stem net Billioirsness Heartburn Water brush Pain iu stomach and Intestines or other symptoms Headaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effective remedy Is used Diapepetn resaly does all thee work of a healthy tOm noh It digests your meals when your stomach cart Each triangulo will digest aLl the food you ron rot and leave nothing to ferment or sour mt a large cent case of rapes Dlapepsln from your druggist and start taking today MId by tomor row you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomaoh for you then can eat anything and everything you want without the slightest discomfort or misery and every particle of impurity and Gas that is In your stom act and nteet1ncs is goingo be carried away without the use of laxative orany other assistance For Sale Sovernl hundred apes of good farm log lands known as the J F00n1nil farm distance about two miles tram Hartford on tao Hartford and Beaver Dam pike Also residence property In Hart ford twostory dwelling c and a halfacre lotfrontnlg the new M lL E depot site For prices aid term apply to W H or D D ColllnsHart ford Ky Z21f1 A Childs Idea of Home Who can rightly value a good home though It may not be surrounded with all the desirable qualificationa A little brother and sister were talking about home and their love for It I wouldnt swap my home for any other In the world Mild the sister jOb i dont feel so waS the boys response X think that Willie As home Is as pretty lIS ours Its bigger and Its got snore things In it X think Id like toMVP OUI9 tor that nut mould you nke to give up your father and mother ir his naked his sister and would you rather have his sister than yours No 1 wouldnt Want that said the boy Well to swap homes moons that said the sensible sister for a home itself nt a home A homeIsyour father and mother and brothers and sis tore and everything you have ln the house Wasnt that well Qld1 Isnt there u truth in those words which hi hid from many wise and prudent anti revealed unto babes 1 a f c SOME IPAPOR TANT DATES In the History of the United States They Mark the Early Steps in Americanlndustrial Progsess S In 1820 steel squareS Were first made In this country at North Dennington Vt and In1822 thoproductlon of patent leather was started 4t Newark NJ The wine Industry was founded in 1824 and at Amesbury Mass the man tactureof flannel by machinery Was first seen n the same year Along about the same time at Philadelphia begin the making of the corn mon yellow and white dishes so familiar to our foroparents or earth n ware sewer pipes roof and tralnage tiles at Baltimore axes and edged tools at Hartford or gas from teal In New York and the introduction of varnish straw paper figured muslin calico prints cutlery sewing silk linens k all told of the gradual development of manufacturing interests is the United Stntso- In 1824ai is 1900 this tariff question was agitating the American people an an Increase to 37 per cent In the tar 1ff was made a law by Congress In 1824 Many opposed the tariff Increase among thorn Webster who bitterly fought the measure denying the existence of hard times It could be said of Webster that most of his times were hard so tar as his ability or In clination to pay debts was concerned In 1828 what was culled the tariff of abominations was enacted which increased the duties on Iron hemp flax and molasses The introduction of this act had precipitated six weeks of violent and bitter debate dividing the South against the North and sow- Ing seeds of sectional antagonism Railroads were just beginning to be discussed as practical means of trans portation roll tramways were coming Into use and a short road of three miles constructed In IS26 extended tron the granite quarries of Quincy MMuss to the seaboard tThe first locomotive to be placed on American rails was the Stour bridge Lion It had been constructed In England and made Its Initial trip on August 8 1829 wins Horatio Allen at the throttle Allen WitS the en gineer of the Deleware and Hudson Canal Company and had supervised the construction of this engine The truck was 16 miles long and was built of Wooden rails covered with strap iron When the Iron straps worked loose as they frequently did they Would fly up and punch holes In the floors of the cars nod sometimes would perforate a tow passengers The first locomotive built In this country was completed In 1830 and wa used to transport passengers over the Baltimore and Ohio from Baltimore to Elllcotts Mills at a rate of speed sometimes reaching 18 miles an hour The name of the engine was the Tam Thumb and 1tns designed by Peter Cooper the philanthropist The Road to Success has manY obstrubtdona but none so desperate as poor b alh Success today demands health but Electric BIt ters is the greatj health buIlde the world has ever known It eompols perfect action of stomach Uvrr kid neys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and cones and invlgotates the whole tom Vigorous bodtandloeen brain follow their use You cant af ford to slight Electric BltfPra If weak rundown or sickly Only SOC Guar anteed by al druggise m- An Aeroplane Railway Now comes the aeroplane safety suspension electric railway Of course ttg In the nir and In the future Paul HP the Inventor says It Is a thing of the very future He has applied for patents and glvea assurance that a large working model of the suspended rlalroad win be seen In a short time He says lt will simply make the whole world sit up and take notice It Isnt monorail Invention As described fiyiMr Page It isa high speed longdIstance alrrostlngless- gravltylou cryrvo or straight line frle- tionlesa vibratlonlese noiseless wheel truck and trolley pole derailless Iwltchr dangerlessIgrade crosillngless power wasteless electric aerial rail way In other words after 15 yeara study Mr Pages baa worked out aplnn to reaerve the accepted ordain of things In modern ral toadLng and lave the track overhead instead of beneath the cars He proposes tobve two tracks- on a superstructure and will soaero planes attached to tliotop of the rst9geter with aerial propellers- W W r I to neutrally gravity 1 Instead of having the entire train drawn by the driving wheels of the locomotive he Will have n motor tori each truck and with the use of the aeroplanes and the propellers the train will go swinging and gliding along at the rate of 160 mites an hour no jarring 1j d o danger from open switches and other things that beset the pathway of trains that run on the ground Ile says the superstructure for this- aerial road can be bunt for lees than the cose of an ordinary roadbed and that the trains can be operated much more economically with an enormous saving in the wear and tear of steel rails which cost millions of dollars In the United States every year The care would not be operated at a great alUtude but suspended a few feet from the earth or at such IL height as surface conditions might demand The train would stoP over Instead of alongside station platforms so that ttsengers could step into the cars very comfortably He expects to adapt his Invention to amusement pur poses by building large cars to be Swung around through the air giving the general effort of aeroplane travel Go With a Rush The demand fort that wonderful Stom not Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings New Life PIUsIS astonishing at aU druggists say they sores saw the Uke Its because they never talt 4o cure Sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion DUlousness Jaundice Sick Head ach Chills and Malaria Only 25c nt all druggist m HOMEMADE KIDNEY AND BLADER CURE This Mixture though Harmless is Is Said to be Very Effective Mix the bllJowing by shaking well In a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after meals and at bedtime Fuld Extract Dandelion onehoof ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla threo ounces A local druggist is the au Wont that ULem simple harmhss Ingredients can be obtained at nominal cast from our home druggist Tho mixture Is said to cleanse and treSUlhen the clogged and Inactive Kidneys overcoming Iiacheache Bladder weakness and Urinary trouble of allr kinds U taken before the stage of Drlghts disease Those who have tried this say it positively overcomes lxain in the buck coorsthe uTlnooC sediment and regulates urinllltion espeofaly at night curing even the worth forms or blad der weakness- Every man or woman here who feel thatthe kidneys are not strong or acting In II healthy manner should mix SfIa precsrlp1don at tome and mix this procsriptlon at tome and give it a trial as It Is said to do wonders for many persons Earth old or Young With what span are we to measure the llte of a world How many we reckon the passing of Its apparently endless years What pulse of time boats out the heart throbs of a star In reply tQ these queries which that able man of sclnceeDr Alexander W Roberts puts ut the hood ot his paper In Chambers Journal on the age or the earth he tells us that this plan et is really young The notion of Its age derived from biology geology and even astronomy Is quite mislead- Ing In the sense ordinarily ascribed to age Yet biology In connection with geology revelations regarding the earths age DS a habitable world It had a certain definite beginning and It had this beginning In time There was a date In the actual passage of the years a physical Instant when life did not exist upon the earth for the simple reason that It could not mhe earth WI too hot the rocks too molten to support life As soon as the earth became habitable when the waters above the firmament wore separated from the waters under the firma moot and dry land appeared then and not till then did the gift of rudimen tary lire enrich earths wide domains This tact is writ large In the rooks that girdle our earth and there is no controverting ItCurrent Literature A Promise That Must be Kept An observer of events at Washing ton considers It worth while to remark Among the tariff Ups one Is certainly accurate The Republican promise of Protection will be faith Who thought It would be brakedThe Republican Vasty never was and never will be the par ty of JireoTrade When the party abandons the cardinal doctrine of Pro tection It will cease to be Republican The comforting that revision will not mean Jn attack pn Protection atone of the things that causes the Americau people to await the outcomerwlth and without the llrepidatlonTroy Times i r 29YEARSOf = is Back of Every = b- itKONt1KENTE bitSOLDBVbit bt 6EO MIStHEL SONS F a aPROPRIETORB =Owesnboro Monumental Works E tfi 412414 5 Mnla St Yards 414216418 Clay St bit = OWENSBORO KENTUCKY tfi tfi Got Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You Ma = Money on All Good Honest Worth = ++ n u uu ITHE KENTUCKY t Light and Power Co INCORPORATED WIhh WIRE YOUR HOUSE M COST ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH F E G BARRASS Manager i+ + + + + t + + + + I + + + tf + tf + + + Most Petted Women in the World frbatawe are the most Indulged and potted women in the world Is undoubtedly true It is difficult to see why we should claim a powerful place In the national life While the women of other countries are making and saving our women are wasting and spedlg The lighthearted Italian Women area source of wealth to their country by their frugality and thlAr not Inconsiderable business ability Their less lighthearted and less comely German sisters are miracles of hardworking thrift No one who has lived In Ger many can tall to hoes observed what comfort homes and what substantial meals the German hnusCmuof nil clas es conjures from Incomes so tiny that the Amerlaw can only wonder how they manage to live at nil It Is also Interesting to observe that for her success In homemaking the German woman reaps LeI rewnrd The German husband may seem toI us unchivalrous In the minor details of life the many talks with brutal disparagement about the female brain but whenhe goes out to amuse himself It doesnt occur to him to go alone He takes with him his wife and his children TLat pathetic person whose husband neglects her for the society of men for whom our tears flow so often In this country Is not found In Germany While the poorest class of English women are poor homemakers and while we undoubtedly learn some of our lessons In inefficient and Waste ful cooking from our English kins woman Englllh Omen of the up per classes put us to shame tn the part they play In the political Ute of the country They have their definite part they are expected to Play In the game of politics The welledu cated English women do not exist who ron not talk Intelllgnetly 011 the political situation American women can not polities bores teem It 1s Ilowever In France that wo men has the most power From the peasant up she takes n more active part in the affairs of her country than do the women of any other land The prosperity of France is bullded on the amazing thrift of French women She combines tivith this thrift a supreme talon for homemaking Housekeep- Ing does pof give her nervous prostra- tions and the brisk cheerfulness of all French woman la the one thing that notably strikes the traveler in France whether he comes from America Germany or England The French womansbusinesa ability is proem- hDentNlth her thrift gayety and business ability It Is not surprLgtug i 3 t that she wields the power that she does From Appletous Magazine No Need of a Veterinary We run a Livery Feed and Sale Stable have II city transfer and han dle hard and soft coal nod consequent ly we need a good many horses say Brdall Dros ot Mount Carmel III- Wo have used Sloans Liniment and Veterinary Remedies lor years and find they give perfect sattsfactton As long as Sloans remedies are in our barn we do not need a veterinary sur geon We are never witnout them ant conscientiously recommend them to all horsemen Colby Dros of the Mineral City Livery Fort Dodge la wrlteI have used Sloans Colic Cure LIni ment and Fever and Distemper Remedy for tho past ten Years and since I have been using them I have never had n veterinary In my barn and have not lost u horse from either cu lc or distemper and will say that any man with horse or horses who keeps Sloans Liniment and Veterinary I Remedies In his burn will never have occasion to call a veterinary I Sloans Treatise on the Horse sent tree to any horseman Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass In Loving Memory Of Controm D Taylor Infant son of Mr and Mrs Carl Taylor who was born March 9 1909 and departed this Ute March 12 1909 His remains wore Interred at the Shady Creek bury Ing ground Weep not fond parents and dear little slater for your darling son and dear little brother line passed to a- more glorious home above While wo know he can be with us no more on earth let us prepare to meet him In the happy beyond where there la no sorrow or death no tears to be shed no goodbye to be said but where comfort joy and gladness shall forever reign TASSIE Bargain in Nursery Stock Stock about 5000 apples Peaches and Pears 2 and 3 old to close out this spring at Bargain prices Write mo your wants also White Wyandotts Eggs 25 for 100 none better Ed If- Shain Proprietor Pine Knott Nurseries Oanoyvlllo Ky R R No1 Notice All Persons having claims against the estate of L O Taylor deceased are notified to present mme to Barnes Anderson Attys Hartford Ky on or before April 1 1909 or they will be forever barred This Feb 16 1909 LEONARD DAVENPORT Admr 323 Rochester KY 1 J t 1 S O t I F r- rit X r r i t ti a r Pl i I tii S f f P If f t IJ rt H I H i tft IUi J to 4- 1iq r I HartfordRepublican Bntnt4 according to- via at the etoake UarUorcl l4 c ss zaau wailer of tfjCOJl slue or t- iC M BARNETT EDITOR I TZPOt B Cuznbzlan 40 aoucb aSezM 22 f FRIDAY lILUtCH 26 REPUBLICAN TICKET RepreseutatlveW For S Dean For Circuit ClerkE G IJarrQasI For County JudgeR R Wedding For Count ClerkW B Tlnsley For County AttorneyC E SmIth For SherillT H Black For AssessorDernard Felix For School SuptHenry Leach For JallerW P Mldkiff- S For SurveyorC S MoxIe For CoronerDan W King FOR MttGISTRATE 1 Hartford DlstrlcD S Chamber tIn 2 Beaver Dam DlstrictO E Scott 3 Rockport DltitrlotJobn iI d des 4 OcntertolD DistrictJ C Jackson 6 Roslne Dlstrlct M C Cook C Sulphur Springs DlstrlctJ 31- Oraham 7 Fordsville DlstrictC V lUlee- s Bartlett DlatrlctNo nominee 1 This paper can boast of the best crops of country correspondents of any weekly periodical la Kentucky o doubt Mr Rockefeller sleeps better these nights since he was relieved of that 129000000 fine What has become ot one Randolph Hearst who was mentioned frequently last fall during the presidential campaign Governor WlIwn baa the sympathy of the entire state In the recent Injuries sustained by his wife dunK the runaway ot his driving team The recent kidnapping of the Pennsylvania boy should arouse Inter est In the enforcement of the CUrfew law and may make it easier to en force We are of the opinion that It Is too soon to begin to groom Republican candidates for the nomination for got ernor Many slates can be made and unmade In two years The city of Hartford offers splon did Inducements to home seeker who should take advantage ot the very reasonable prices ot town lots before the railroad iscompletedwhen proper ty ot all kind will doubtless ad- Vance It Is to be hoPed that Congress will not lint coal on the free list It would be a severe blow to the cool Interests of Kentucky which are just being retched by rnllroads promising Immense wealth In the near future when developments are fully made The bUilding of the Panama Canal has beon looked fom and to by the coal sectionsot the south to furnish an Increased demand for our Inexhumt able supply ot this class of fuel Should coal go on the free list It will discount the advantages that ve had hoped for In the building of of the canal WHAT IS THIS iMr Clark the Democratic leader In the House ot Representatives and a tree trader ot the old school has booome disgusted with his fellow Democratic members because too many of thorn have gone Into theI ranks ot the protectionists when the personal interest ot their constttu- enta becomes Involved Here ItJ what he BY- UThe situation Is jWlt this When we get the Republicans on the Ways ud Moons Committee In favor of revising the tariff downward you come up here and trot only get them back to where they were but lift thorn out of their shoes So all the years or Democratic argument through stump speakers and I their political organs goes for naught when the real test comes The above rebuke ann administeredto RepreSen = 1 tativo lsstster ot Virginia and Representative Maynard ot Virginia and Representative Clark of Florida f who appeared before the Ways oud Means committee and asked a 300 per cttut Increase In the I duty on peanuts Boar In mInd these lire not Northern Dem ocrnt They are from toe solldsouth and their action constitutes a stray c which shows which way the wind bloWS How can these men blume the Pennsylvania Republicans mho ask a duty on coal andiron They 6 are right there should tbe a hhavy duty on peanuts the peanut growers ot Virginia and Tennesseelure eno I L t AWthe rame protection off the hemp grotrer of Kentucky and the Noel er q the olner ot or4laPentwylvaniajandMicbl Th ow ple theyare protectlonnlm nndso 19 the Democrltl1 party whenever Interests affected by the tariff whl- oancern Its Individual members rrhe- mocmUcr v party ooujtt Clot todot C asa low tariff lawrifit lad th- namo majority In congress wtlch tne Republicans cave Enough of such menu the Congressmexr tram Vlrglnl3and Florida would log mil with the R- puolfcans to defeat any ReasurewhliJ1 contemplated free ttnde In theIr specl al productions IN DEFENSEOF HARTFORD It Is an easy matter to make dig paraging remarks about your neigh bor to say evil things of your coon try your stt1te or your town How ever when these thoughtless and matt often unmerited things are said It Is not oaziy to correct the false Impres slon made upon the minds ot those too whom made It Is so common t abuse the town aS a town that there are few persons poseessd wlth the temerity to stand up and contradict them Among those who are ndlcted to the habit of Just saying tIllngs about the old town without due In vestlgntlon se to the correctness of the charges made may be numbere certain wandering ministers who no doubt mean well and think they are stirring up things and In that way can bring sinners to repentance We have heard It sold recently and publicly that Hartford Is a bad towp that It Is not what It used to be etc It ls not what It used to be It IsI hI better tral It ured to be Twenty years agO there was ten times asI much Intoxlcanting liquor used In as toooy There was teatimes more profanity heard on the streets of the town than to day Att present Hartford pays more than five times IUS snuck to the support of her ohurches and her ministers oa she did twenty years ago although not more than twice the population ot that period You may search the country over and you will not find another townwhich Is so ready to contribute to the relief ot Ue distressed or extend the hand of charity to the needy os thIs same old town called HartI ford In no other town of ltd size wm there be found a large percentage of Its cltlzenshllS connected with the church Fully ninety percent of nil the citizenship ot Hartford belongs toE some church and her Sunday schools are better attended than tire those or any other town ot a corresponding size to be found any where Hero church members may not live up to their professions In every Instance but we venture the assertion that they come as near doing Boas do those vt any other town Its citizens tlO matter to what church they belong areas a rule broad minded and defferen- thl to the opinions of those holding owoslte religious or Political views Twenty years ego It was not an un comm m thing for citizens or the town to fall out over trivial matters often coming to bloWs la personal en counters That day has passed Through the many noble lodges represented here her citizens have been brought Into closer contact haveu learned to know each other make allowances for the tlIties ot one another qld as consequence every citizen In the town Is at absolute peace with every other citizen When a revival Is attempted In itny church In the town every other church suspends Its services attends and assistsv In making common cause fort vancetnent of ehristlanity It Is a slander to the town of irartford tv say that It Is bad morally or that its churches are not What they used to be Hartford Is better today la every thing that goes to make up an ttttrac- tlvo desIrable location for a home Iln everybody who lives here knows that this statement Is true and we resent the oft repeated and thread worn chhrge It Is a bad town and con tlnually growing worse Protectionistssin SpotS It lies not taken long to disclose the fact that there are some Democrats op poised to reducing Tarlft rates on articles hi the production ot Which they fe interested This was brought out at a hearing by the Ways and rMeans Committee at Washington The Dem cratlc members favor I1n increase In tead of a decreas on barytes This erttcle listed In schedule A ot the 0- JrC1sent Turif whIch has come nto extensive use for sclentl- flc I and industrial purposes Deposits of tile tnrtterlel are- ound tn Alabama GeorgiA North Carolina and Teunossee Those are O Democratic States and the Democrat c national pllltflrm favored Turitt rev Uctlon liJ the direction otFoeeJImde But Why cipuld such a little thing ast conalst ncy lnfluerco the Democratic onimltteemen of acTaliYour City taxes are now due and n per cent penalty Will beaddtldlf not lId en or before April lat W 3r HUDSON IJ m yt GARMACKS SLAyi r 1Efts fOUND GUILTY r OfMurder in The Sec nd Degreee Two Coopers Given TwentyYears In Prison and Immediajp ly Admitted To Bailib Nashville Teas March 2OAfter filing a bond totaling nearly a rallllon and a half Col DD Cooper and Rob In J Cooper convicted of murder In the second degree and Rentenced to twenty years In the penitentiary for the killing ot former United 51tes Senator E W CarmlCk retiree to the home of Judge J CrIIrndford tonight and discussed the neXt move In the case Although Judge Hart fixed the bond at 26000 for each defend Jiefe was a rush to sign it on the part wealthy citizens of Nashville wh fairly swamped tboclerk pf the Criminal Court In vain he prote fdover and over again that moreth enougH sureties had signed but ti Invariable answer was We want put our names on that bond too toIIt seemed us though every friend the Coopers considered It Incumbent upon him to sign the bond b epI there was no more room forn in new bondsmen Indorsed It acrdiat ti face until it was difficult todp- hersignatures cel The Coopers returned to the jail this afternoon late and removed theft personal effects For tliepre- ent s Co Cooper will make his ho with Mrs Burch and Robin Coop will return to his old quarters with his uncle Judge J C Bradford The verdict coming nslt did tlI10n the heels of Foreman Burkes declar- tion yesterday that we are hopelessly tied up as to the Coopers was a decided surprise The defendants tool it coollyal most without emotion Mrs Bur and Mrs Wilson the young daughl ors ot Col Cooper were brave and aside from tearful eyes restrained helm emotion gamely Mrs Bare h with her arm around her broth Robins shoulderand lrsWilson h at her lathers right The SUslcttse for the two young women had bcen heartrending and any verdict daw ver unfavorable was a relictIThe jurros were not inclined to talk but one ot them said On the first ballot we acquitted John Sharp and disregarded the Con spiracy theory On this namo ballot we stood six for guilty ot murder In the first degree with mitigating clr- cumstances five for murder In the second degree with twenty years flan e maximum sanity and one for ac- qulttnl The ballots all day Wednesday and Thursday showed the same re cult Yesterday the man who veto for acquittal went over to murder i the second but demanded that oral years be assessed The rest at s did not deem ten years as anything like adequate so we disagree again or course all this refers tithe I Coopers not Sharp whom we hal- I Iiof acquitted Early this morning the man wko was holding out for ten years agreed twenty years and the six who were for a first degree verdict agreed to this verdict There will be no further proceed Ing In the case for about a weekwhen It the Judge will decide as to whether or not a new trial will be granted IRev a Winner The Hawesvllle Clarion saysLDown at ElktonKy since Rev J Frank Baker a Han cock county boy walked oft with alt 1 the oratorical honors and gave tin rest ot the school a few tips on just the proper thing In speechmaking Young bir Baker Is there attending the Vanderbilt Training School an1 the fact that he has gained for himself new honors will pot come us a surprise to Hancock county friends a who have known for some years that ab had In him aU ot the quaUflCI tiers ot n successful orator He J8 the son ot Mr and Mrs Thos Baker Floral and the entire county 18 justly proud ot Its eloquent young son at lear what the press has to say abquti the fact The Todd County Times says With the subject Our Origin and ur Destiny by Henry W Gran1yJ thedeclamatory i the Vanderbilt Training School be the Clay and Everett Literary at Rocleths Mr Daker Ge1ny a member the Everett society and he will represent the local school the interscholastic declamatory e contest to be held at Vanderbilt Ural versify Nashville Iu May Who judges Rev Geo EFoskett Dr Yi Oldham and Supt A S Johntlon 4 decided unanimously la favor of Mr Ars j l HR8 MARY EYB1I tiff MARY MEYER Thomson ch1V ilYenno near Stiehl Road Win tloldZI NY writes Itrbrave been annoyed wIth a cough anfor years Often It was as bad that I anylieConsumption Was reared had Awfmaiirooom mended Peruns to moto years ago began to take Peruna ad now I am gladesentlrelIe Ido not feel will and I also give U to my children Perona Is tho best medlclneforcongbs Iand colds I have told many People how much Plruna hat helped me IakamtheemcaoyofcrLast November I had catarrh and felt so miSerable I thought that I would go Into consumption 1ttrled so manydocton and medicines sbut nothing did me any good only Peruna After I began the use of Peruna I began to Improve In every way My head allhfife good my complexion clear my eyes are bright and am gainIng in flesh and strength I think Peruna ball no equal as s ca erforth remedy deL8the patient Increases the appetite and In many Cases precura sound refresh tog sleep Baker The young gentlemen who were defeated were the first to ten der him their warmEst congratula tiers EDITORIAL NOTE RevBaker wns formerly assistant pastor on the Hart ford circuit and has a host ot friends here Who will be pleased to learn his wellmerlted sdccess Ii Notice to Trustees r1Census blanks have bed walled l COLtlityYchild In their respective boundarles within the school age No trustee should begin the takIng the serene until he has read the tructions printed on the blanks The law be complied with lane tore the trustee will be entitled to the compensation allowedtI respectfully urge that all repolt s be brought In by April nth County Board meets on that day an ts4 very essential that these Icports be Inby that date Very truly J M Dfl WEESE S C S HICKORY CHURCH Iarch i24Mr and dira Charlle each scrod children are the guests ot Mr and hire Leonard Leach dlifts Taylor and fatally war he guests tt Mire G C1aylor family Tuesday Ilhsse9 Rode nand Josle barrel we the guests ot their sister 1fTBJ n Sorrels Tuesday MUle t3lfss Beulah Leach hoe rata ed home from Bowling Green short visit to hergrand parentsbtr lilts Ell Rane1 lifts H T Porterand children bott land Coralne visited her broth Luther Leach f1 uesdap IteY Jeff Embry ls on the sick list Ellin writing ioMr and bits Robert Dlckeroon are the guests of Rev Jeff Embrrih thld- Vritlng Mr and ors A J esteifleld and b1sa Ileulah Leach were the guests ot their aunt Mrs JU Davis SundayrIMTJ ij Railey vlalted relatives MoHlnl and Simmons listwook = Mtn L Miller HorSe Breach ls visiting relatives here at this writing The Pleasant Hllilieople organized Sunday school to commpce theI lJrsrt of next quarter bliss Mabel Fbrtervisited Miss MartI W1Ulamsk8t Sunday nlglitv Mr Clifton Stevens visited at Rob Itoylast Sundaynlght f f v Dsti BEt1LAJI BHBOOME- Mies DenIah n Brooms 40012thSt- N FgWashingtonrD 0 write I have suffered from weak utrz and catarrhal troubles for touryean brought Weak Lands rer Years onby man neglect ed colds but on the fecomm6ndation of a friend I gave Peruns an honest trial and I am pleased to tate that It restored me J heallb There fa not slightest tracoot catarrh in my system and my lungs are perfectly sound Ill riniteitatln ly give this teatime nlal Mrs William Hohmann roo N Paul Ina t Chicago ill writes Iauffetedwith catarrh ot thebron chial tubes and had a terriblecougic ever since a child After awhile IL got so andIablood vessel In my stomach 11ngned getting worse and doctoring then could get no reUef I thought and everybody else that I had consumption Reading the papers about Poruna 1 decided to try It without the least bit of hope that It would do me any good But after taking three bottles I noticed a change My appetite Rot better so T kept onj never got discouraged FInally I seemed not tQ jougb so much and the pains in my chest got better I am well now I cannot tell you how grateful I am and I cannot thank Pernna enough It has cured where doctors have failed People who think they have consumption better Kin it a trial smAUllous Mar 22dir 0 W Overhults went to Hartford Sauttday he was acorn panted as far as Centertown by his wife who spent the day with Misses Mettle and Augusta Geiger beenfdays will leave this afternoon for Hartford He will leave Tuesday for Cedaredge Colo He will be nccom- I pauledbyhis wile TheIr many friends here regret to see them go as they Intend to reside there In the future KirtieyOf their parents bit and Mrs Will Buttock and aunt Miss Maggie Hun terHarry Houk of Herrin Ill Is visit log biros Zack Reid and family Mitre J T Iorton Is on the sick list beenifrom I Mr J T rortonwent to Center town Friday mhe meeting at JIiks Oqapel conducted by Rev Burden oEarUDgton bets been quite successful many have been converted and there farctjll much Interest manifested in the meeting beenda ys owIng to the high atroSunday btaater Ion Rosa CentertoWt was hour midst Sunday we guest of rab11 and bits Robert Hunter and Sam iy and attended church at Eq1ULUtr Mr Ben Bllbro Oklahoma left Tues day for n visit to his brother Rev John DUbro White Plains for l1 labile before returning to his home 0irAlonzorFarce venf to Hartford Sunday 1 3Tra Sallie Drake Sa the guest other daughter Mrs wm Nichols ot South Carrollton In Memory Oa Monday March 1 1909 just as n new day has dawning the white wInged of death visited the home ot piherS White of Baizetown and wlfeBhehmuchdreaded dice se consumption for several months All that loving ijncis rind Rcsedlcal skin do wvis neyef ve know OodAoeth all things wel- llira huebandfou Chtldren- R mother ands father besideeseveralr MIEN JOSlE SQJIAEZEL Miss Tosle Schaetzel General Dellv Sri Appleton Wisconsin writes I eonCractod a severe cold whlcb 4 I settled pn my lungs in very shotorder and It was not long until it developed into a serious case ot catarrh Every rooming I would raise a lot ofphlegm which was very disagreeable My dl- geetlonwa poor and my lungs sore After a few doses of Peruns I began to mend and felt that if I kept o taking It It wool not be long until t would be well l CeRlumpUeRPreveRted Wu right for in four weeto I way well again I think Peruns le a grand medicine and wish to add my testimony to the many others you have The tight against consumption Is be t sa coming a nsllonal problem Everywhere we bear of sanitariums established at the oxpense ot the state for the treatment of the vaatarnly ot cons n1ptlV l 1 The open air treatment fresh air and sunlight are recognized by the medical protelllion generally as being the greatest necessities In the treatment of con sumpUon In all its stages Dr Hartman has for many years advocated the fresh air treatment for consumption At the same time he has pantstirewhich accompany the whIte plague I c The promptness with which Peruna relieves a fresh cold and even removes Ys chronic colds is wellknown ThisRranks Pernna as a reliable prophylactic against consumption sisters and brothers also n Bost or relatives and friends to mourn her doothI She was II Woman ot many christian virtues having been a faithful member ot the church for several years and will be greatly mIssed by her 1neighbors as well as by the fireside at home Our hearts feel sad when we think of the tour motherless children Who will miss the care ot a dear mother to guide them Also to the bereaved husband who hS to bear the greater portion of the great sorrow Weep not tor that sweet soul that has gone before to nwt the coming ot her loved ones The light from our house Is gone 1A voice Is stilled A chair In our home w vec nt That never can be filled Her Friends CORDA RO8IA JOHN Public Sale On Saturday April 3 1909 I will offer for sale by public auction atmy odhOl1iESdrummer wagon a Pot of buggieS barLnose and gearing one blacksmllth and lot a tot ot farm dmplements some corn kitchen furniture and t thlnlja too uumerous to mention 1erms sums under 5 cash In handoo lance on 12 monthstimewith approval security F t ALLENrIUt4 Centertown Ky CENTRAl GROVE 1 tline18herebright sunshiny days otter the dark and dreary days ot whiter riiigfor 9 J Rev Eo H Maddox fllled his appgin inept bee atuday pAtt Sunda mzJedJLoney Asslatant Sut IIdeI jntK1fey fiichenorSecretary + tPearl Drowns Elmwood vlslted X t In the comniuuity JatrweeknJ recoveredTonsllJtts Mrs John Stoulder whohas been j oJImprovedMrs Nancy Faught has la grippe + lleta14ss 1 I heruint 1opwWIllI l atleeLeefllchnorwiited 4eaMyr recenUy t XI oJl 7nr JflI lm5 t J rj l Jf I lilt iBJ u 00 1 II r I r w d1- r M 1 It y ro t We cordiallyuextendv to 1 lady in Hartford Ieverya ndI IAan invit to to rsit our tur ay III i 1 t March 27th at which time k we will display the latest c models in Spring Millinerya latest weaves in new P 41 I woolen goods silks etc 1 fail to attend A tDont especially to disI Iioia w Hartford Republican I FRIDAY MARCH 26to 11lnolsCentral Railroad Timo- ai Table at 11 I Norlli llftiiuil SmilliBonnd No tat due40i a m No131 du + llSl am JY Noll2doe1r8Opm Nolotdoe34epm Hol03dpeJ 3pm No181 dn 82m 1 Drugs That Are Guaranteed you want pure fresh Drugs 1When under U S Pure Food 7 Law come to us Weve not only got the Drugs but we tiave a manan e- xltd harmaclstwho kncjws ex k nctly how to put them together according to the doctors prescription And besides this we carry everything I drug store and ot 801dt a clretcteBe often what others havent got Low pctcepolite attentionthe most roil Uble goods Give us a cal- lEARTEORD y DRUG CO tt i Incorporated r fStornard C6a opening Saturday t Fairs Millinery opening Saturday You are InvIted Ii WANTED A COOK Apply to slid R A NofInger Hartford 34t2 SaturdayjsI I if Dieter r Butts Nockwear Hats thefW I Jdndlyqung roen need at Falri V Prettiest dlughttths W88 fladg andteffibrolderie t etc and fFdirs S 11 ira Oxford for X adleexandGentY- are the nicest yet Call and see 4thealj ar Large assortment of JAdlea Skirts and iDhlle 1Valets2 at FSaira cla11ri1bgJJf tu yr y fji c 9nt fail Q sttehdj t1ebiI1J opeptngat Cos VIiext Saturday M b 27tv ifes rsJas TwDayfa Sunnydale Jingo were Jerome 4uenandj8S1lyqn aiBong our Pallets at J blaa JLE nuke r r Ira ni alwgeke to herpartsf I bk M14 Mrs B W stewart at Select A 7f oft 1- le ttt f S u 5Y Fresh NorthernSeed Oats and Field Seed for sale at J W FordsIOur Millinery display Saturday will the biggest In our history Re member the day Saturday at Fairs Annual spring opening of Millinery Dress Goods Wash Goods and Stlksj Fairs Saturday Come and your friends Mr G A Ralph has moved wit his family from Hartford where theyI have lived for the past two years to his farm near Magan Ky Leave your LaundrYatmy Grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery tf Cleve Her Agt Richmond Steam Laundry Remmbor we sell 18pounds itM granulated Sugar for 100 Everything else in tho Grocery line at Rock bottom prices SOHROODDR CO Formal spring opening at Barnar Cos next Saturday Youll see the latest in all linesof seasonable goods and yoult find the prices ovenmatch ed by the worth IUd qualities Mr Henry Whalln died at the horn his daughter Mrs M R Jfiiddo of the West Providence nelghlborhoo last Sunday after being confined to his bed for several weeks His re maths wore taken to his former hom near Roohesten for interment The local tent Knights of the Mac cabees witl lave a call meeting next Monday nightyMarch 29 for the purpose ot taking through n class of can dldates Every member la urged to be present There will be something to eat and a good time awaits you Messrs J C Wtllouj hby and C L Stork of Louisville were in Hartford- a few days ago Jnthe interest or the new M H E railroad left Monday in company with Mr G Feagan chief engineer for a trii over the road to Madsonvllle Before leaving they gave out the Information that track laying on the dew mad wquld begin about April 1st and that the work train would reach Hartford tho first part of July Mrs Adam Wrightbled very lenly at her residence near seliron schoolhouse last Friday lIght at 10 clock of heart failure Her Were buried in the Bethel clometery Sunday at 2 oclock p in her funeral services conducted 1Iy lev Daily The deceased complained if being sick and lay down across he bed and in 10 minutes got indtarted to the bucket to get a rink but before she reached theiytaP ter treUanddled almost insljiwtly She 7esa and chlidren f V t I Mrs W JV Oeaa 1 very illy suffer- Ing His from a complication of troubles and wiO AVoFe 1 Olatoifwas tbe ties guest of MB brother editor Fv LCD wl1 ellx Tuesday Dry Capt George Forman and M ayne Griffin went to Oweneboro oum business yesterday Attorneys Y L Moseley and Jt I Wedding were In Horse Branch onAt legal business yesterday Mr Hooker Williams was in Fouls the vllle on business the first of the v week horn to tho iwlfo of Fred Patton Roar Horton n fItje boy Sunday night ther and taby doing well Fred happytOiA series of meetings WIS begun at the Beaver Dam Christian Church iDSt evening conducted by tfreRev AE been iVrentmoreYoulo the latest and most attractive styled la Millinery at Bar nard SCoa opening next Saturday will be worth your time to attend MtfIi J Miller and Mr Genie AmOS and daughter of the Mauda neighborhood were the guests of MT J F Wes Dock and family the first of the week Every pew subscriber to the Hart ford Republican the next few monfibs- wl11 receive free a years subscription the MteeoAiri and Kansas Farmer one of the greatest agricultural papen the United Sfatoe Eld H C Ford of Nebo Ky has been chosen as pastor of the Chris was flan church here and will preach the first sermon on his new charge at the Is P Church next Sunday Morning nd night All are Invited In Rev Mrs rM Woosley who has been conducting a revival at the C Churoh closed the mooting last Sunday night There were several conversions and considerable Interest manifested during the revival Mr Sam T Barnett lost a very valuable mule one day last week It was running and playing In the lot when It suddenly fell dead It was of one of a very valuable pals which Mr In Barnett had recently purchased see Rev Dan B Rlckanl closed a rev val at Bennetts school house last Bun day There were about twenty conversions and seventeen additions to the church Rev Rlckard will begin series of meetings at the Hartford Baptist church next Monday evening We Want your butter and eggs W pay the highest market price and 1last sell you bacon lard and fresh meats also family groceries at us lows price as they can bq sold for anywhere We are also In the market to buy some small beef cattle W H MOORE SON- Hartford Ky Mr Oswald Hocker son of Mr J A Hocker of the east Hartford neighborhood who recently graduated from the PaducahCentml Business College has accepted a position at Dyersburg Tenn Mr Hocker IB a bright young man audi will no doubt serve his employer with marked ability Mr Lon Eubank who had charge of the stone quarry for the Hartford Stone and Construction Company last year has returned to Hartford laving entered Into a contract with the H It E Railroad Company remove the rock and earth from the cuts between Hartford and Dundee whlclf was caused by the recent heavy rains Mr Eubank will be engaged In this work for probably two months fThe Committee recently appointed by the Fiscal Court to locate a site tor a now bridge on Rough river after having investigated several points selected what Is known ad the Combs site about eight miles above Hart= ford by river A Station is to be built on tho new railroad at the farm ZB M Combs and this bridge wlU be of vest benefit to a largo numlber Df people oh both sides of the In getting their products and lreigirt to and from the road Tie bridge may not be constructed this year nhe committee was made lip pt the j Following well known citizens iwhohad DO Interest In the location ft D Car ter Andrew Addington and W Knott Hartford Cu ilN 604 A S of E held an Interesting session eylast Saturday afternoon tad the following officers for the preseni ear BldenttF W Pintle Vice resident D Fold Secrotarydlreas- irpr 0 E Smith At the same time he following delegates mere to the County Union C M D Ford Tom Anderson and Jv obereon This local la In better onror Idditlon that it haa been for month arhavhlS 27 paid up menubf9rs and It is bought the membership will be Lbn Insled within the next tfew weeks JRie chext meeting will bebeldothonnettse- hool house east of town at W Ime a good program iwlU foe oUt with epeeohoa etcyLot everybody attend this H g OLATONuPMarch s4 praJ1S Beau lititf Ton ed his propertyheead patted oat youth Carrollton muhlenier county yiere ho Has purchaseda drugstore I I It f V41VV- V 1- Property consisted bf a dwelll store house the former of jrhlc rented by Mrv John Stone Dria W Felix has rented the o ch was used as a drug store by Bean The former Willi probutd to Olatoh this fall BMss Daisy Allen of Masslllon Ohio returned home Friday after a two weeks visit with her father Mr G W n Mr Jim Daniel of Central City was guest of his brother Mr T W aeand family Tuesday and Wed nesday Mr and Mrs J S Farris and little daughters Bethel and Stella and Mt Sylvester aught left Monday night Waxahachle Texas where they A Few More Nominees The following young ladles havi nominated In our piano sub- scrIption contest by frends silnce the publication of the large list twoweeks aoIAmbros ivu Taffy Ky Greer Jessie Ralph Ky Monroe Lillian Beaver Dam Ky Stewart Pearl Horse Branch Ky erfleld Oma Mugan Ky Whitaker Llllle Whltesvllle Ky Sandefur Harriot Blpaver Dam R R No 3 Enter Business- J F Vickers of Hartford Ky has purchased an interest In the Wester field Furniture company and will ac- Re bookkeeper and clerk Mr Vickers la the tobacco business at Hartford before moving to this city and well known In Ohio county He formerly conducted a grocery star this city and has a host of friend whowill be glad of his return to thli rtyOwensboro Inquirer Ladies Fabrics- I have accepted the agency for the Direct Cloth Company of St Louis Missouri Importers and distributers ot Novelty shirt waists ladles suiting fabrics Tacos etc and have the largest newest and most beautiful line samples which have ever been seen Hartford Call at my home Bud the o samples before purchasing or ordering elsewhere Respectfully MRS J B FOSTER- SUNNYDALE March 24Sul1duy school will be or anlzcd at Marvin Chapel tho firs Sunday In April Mr Obe Powers and Miss Ethe Smith were married at Marvin Chape Sunday evening Rov F D aughn officiating They left yesterday far Oklahoma where they will make their future home They leave man I friends behind who wish them mud iapilne9B through life Mr Joseph Ferguson and family ire In Hartford at the bedside of their laughter and sister Mrs Willie Bean Mr A L Smith Is very ill of pneU monla Mr C X Bean and daughter Miss Uphi were the guests of relatives lit Sulphur Springs last Saturday Mr and Mrs Elvis Reufrow amt baby Ruth visited Mrs Renfrowa par ruts Mr and Mrs A J Hluea al Palo last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs C P Brown and laughter Miss Edna Mr and Mrs VC Baughn and son Alfred and Miss Voola Westerfteld of Magun were the- o uests of Mir F D Baughu and faml Iy Saturday and Sunday 3Mrs A D Powers was the guest of Mrs Willie Hinton last Tuesday Mr R F Jones wits In Hartfort last Thursday on bUBlnesB Notice All persons having claims agaInst the estate of Rebecca WllUams dc ceased are hereby notified ito present samp to me properly proven on or before Aprtl 1st 1909 or same will be forever barred This March 1 1909 T H BENTON Admr- Centortown Ky Malcolm Hoover in Trouble Malcolm Hoover of Route 3 arrested last Thursday on a charge or orgcry and brought to town by Dep ity Sheriff W C Ashley It seems that Hoover recently bought a horsed from Mr Buck Cclllns and Mr Collins a note signed by htnisel as principal and DrJ C Hoover wensboro as security From som adcause Mr Collins became suspicious or the genuineness of the J C Hoar er signature and called Dr floor er up and explained the transaction to him and he disclaimed any knowl elledge of the affair and said positively ttthat he did not sign too note nor did he authorize any one else to sign It him 1Hoover was placed In jailwhere he until Frldaywhen ho waived examining trial and in default ot ball was remanded to Jail to await the action of the grand jury This Is not the first timelloover has edbeenhttrouble K few years ago ie which there was a mortgage without first satisfying the mortgage Home of his friends came to his relief and the affair was prop erly M and ho was released Youngjioover cornea of a good ram ly belng Bon of Prof IC Hoover nd the afteirla very much regretted I t F 4 Irat IIMrIJNERfl ltr BARNARD COS I Saturday UN March 271 We open for your inspection the choicest of the seasons offerings Everything that is new choice and interesting will be shown in this display Your presence is desired Correct Embellishment The seasons styles require sever al changes in clothes among which is the Hipless Corset This we have in Warners RustProofand Redfern all whalebone makes Prices 100 150and 3e These Corsets are selling beyond our ex pectation and our customers are delightedwith them being a style both beautiful and comfortable jBARNARDCOi I HJRTF0RD1 00 an=IJrj ill SPRINGNEWNESS U U Is proverbial in every department of our Big Store Our buyers are all back from the buying centers of the country The best things the market affords are daily ar riving NEWn Millinery asDress Goods- Trimmings lOxfords Shirts- Neckwear Suits Skirts Waists EVERYTHING NEW May we LI have the pleasure of a look by you EP41 BARNES BROS IIL Beaver Dam II Ib un 18 J I d I PUlARSON6A EIIIIIT- 1N TNE WINDOW andt Tathetic Story of a Wayward to Man Who Composed This and Other Popular Songs Ing la the pauper graveyard at Coffey rtlle Kan lies the dust of the mean B who wrote the song Theres aLight In the Window tor Thee + Rev Edmund Dunbar wrote other to popular songs but the one mention ed above la pathetically connected with his erratic career In life Dunbar spent three years In the Minnesota penitentiary for bigamy the and then became a wanderer of the face at the earth a vagabond He turned at Coffeyvllle and applied nt the city Jail for food and lodging on He died the same night He was burl ed In the potters field and his body was recently taken back to the homeI Is of lilt childhood i Fotory boy sailor student mints ter convict trampthat was the croshcendo and dlmidneo In the theme ol Edmund Dunbar a theme constituted mostly of minor chordat1When he was a lad working In a W factory late at night his mother al ways kept u light In the window for him When be went away to seat on aong cruise his mother Btlll kept the light burning and when she died before he came track her last words by were tell my boy I will keep alight burning In heaven for him Therefore the song On the stormy night of his death in a common calaboose did his spirit as It beat Its wings upon the battered cage of a worn and weary body on see a light In the window Maybe so At any rate his story Illustrates again Stevensons Immortal tale of Dr Jeykll and Mr Hyde Dunbar was at one time a brilliant minister an evangelist of unusualpow or who always struck a sure note 0 of pathos But there wee a bad streak to In him somewhere He was sent totI prison for promiscuous marrying and In afterwards went to pieces degenerat ofing into a common tramp There are those who believe genius he Is aberration Anyway this Is true of us all genius or otherwise VetJ are all double We are both Dr Jeykll and Mr HydetIn man are both brute and angel It Is only the angel that sees the light In the window A Hurry up call Quick Mr Druggist Quick A box of Bucklens Arnica SalveHeres a quarter For the love of Moses hurry Babys burned himself terribly John nio cut his foot with the axp Inml- escaldodPa cant walk for piles BU lie has bolls and my corns ache She got It and soon cured all tho family Its the greatest healer on earth Sold by all druggist m Notice of Election Orders Ohio County Court Regular term 1st day 1st day of March 1909 Won W B Taylor J 0 C C presidingW et al For Petition Order c Graded Common School It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that at the last regular February 1909 term of this Court W ATlchenor 26 other legal white voters of Centertown white common school subdistrict No 17 education al Division No6 of Ohio county Ky did file or cause to be filed with the Clerk of this Court as provided by law a petition wherein they prayed for the establishment of a Graded white common school district and that an election be ordered to take the sense of the legal white voters within said district as to whether or not they were in favor of levying and col lecting annually a tax of 60 cents on each 10000 worth of taxable property awithin said district together with a poll tax of J1GO on each legal white voter residing therein for the purpose of purchasing or erecting suitable btenancemon school Said petition was in words and figures as follows towlt Centertown Ohio Co Ky Jan 18 1909 rTo W D Taylor Judge of the County Court of Ohio county Ky Sir We the undersigned petitioners being legal white voters and taxpayers In the bonds hereinafter set forth respectfully petition that you order an election to take the sense of the legal white voters as to Whether a Graded Common School shall be established and maintained by the levy and collection for that purpose of a tax of fifty cents du each one hundred I dollars worth of property lu said district owned by white persons and corporations and a poll tax of LBO on each white Inhabitant therein over twentyone years old under Sec or tion 100 and following of the commol 1q 41 school tows tflhe said district to be bounded as follows viz- Beginning at R O Tichenors tarn Including him thence to O H AshyB and to exclude him thenc and Including Edwina Rowe and- by thence to and Including the her Dexter farm thence to and Includlnj France Heflln thence to and includ Wm Matlocke farm thence to and Including T H Benton Vlrgl Bishop and John 1 Ashby thence to Willis Itowe farm and Including It and F Calvert farm thence to T M Hatchree Including him thence to Doc Vincents Including him thence W I Iglehearts Including him thence to R C Tichenors the begin sing We further represent that this hour dary embraces common school dls trlot No 17 and this petition hat approval of the trustee of said district and also the County Superln tendent of schools We designate the hill Immediate the east and adjoining tho present site as the proper place for the proposed graded common schoo building and certify that said site not more than two and onehall miles from any portion of the boundary of said district We respectfully subscribe ourselves your Petitioners as set out above 18th day of Jan 1909 Signed A Tichenor and 26 other legal voters It further appearing to the satis faction of the Court that said petition was regularly filed docketed al the February 1909 term of thlsiCouti order waa laid over for one month for exceptions and none having peen noted or filed herein and that said petition and proposition meets with bJe approval of James Ml DeWeese County Superintendent of schools of Ohi county as per his indorsement there Therefore the Court being suffl ciently advised It Is ordered and ad judged that said graded common school district be established as fully set out Barney Rowe thnece to the Melton farm including it thence to H B Ashbys excluding him thence to H Bennetts and Including hlmjthena W B McLeans and excluding him nce to and including W P Ash the petition herein filed and ai above recorded and that the sherif Ohio county R B Martin be and is hereby ordered and directed to open a poll at the school house In said Centertown school dlstrlc on Saturday April the 17th 1909 Poi purpose of taking the sense of the white voters of said district which district does not embrace any portion of any other white school district as to whether a majority of said legal white voters are In favo of the levying and collection annu ally of a tax of fifty cents on earl 10000 worth of taxable property with- In said district owned by white per sons and corporations and ulso a poll tax of 160 on each legal white vote residing within said district for the purpose of repairing erecting or pur chasing suitable building cnnd the maintenance of said graded whit common school as aforesaid- It is further adjudged by the Cour that each and nil of the allegation and statements as set forth In the petition herein filed are true The said Sheriff of Ohio county when furnished with a copy of th orders ctc herein by the clerk of this court will have same publishes as required by law will at the same time and place as above directed cause the two officers by him appointed to bold said election to propound the following question to each of the legal white voter offering to vote Are you for or agalnt the levylni and collection annually of a Tnxo CO cent on each 10000 worth of tux able property within said district own ed by white persons and corporation and a poll tax of U0 on each legal white voter resident therein tote used for the purposes herein set forth and they shall record the vote there onas the voter may direct i And they shall at the same time and place holdan election at which Board of five trustees shall be elected by the duly qualified voters of said district for said proposo graded com mon school district and this causes continued for report as prescribed laY A copy Attest W S TINSLEY C 0 C C Pursuant to the foregoing order I win cause to be opened a poll at the time and place and for the purpose therein stated RB MARTIN S 0 C March 23 1909 A Erectness of Carriage To hold herself well has now bccom ndlspensable to the woman or girl who wishes to make a creditable figure ln the world of smartness iLbunj ng Is completely out ofl date The dlreotorie 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1NGBook on 1roetbt PatentlW1ltecI f 030thtP 7 i D O t t 1eKILLotECOUCp c ANO CURE THE LUNC8 1 WITH Dr Kings fOiesfBtAA il a OAT TIIOUalU 1 OIIJZi1LTaD oTos i aa XOJrZY I d- y OCCUR DtaoDDrNND DeOdw9M4Iaaa frM CTn dTlo how to oOuUa putnu tmtt = I yBwluiaouqasdJ7esihrjrfmr i 0- taht J W attorosstooas- au sod PraatJoe Exrdaeinlr rrsw StnA en V 1U4 MOM hIM OlM t- va aNIIIi IIEL HELP- EVERYBODY r HELP I Fashion Invents a Ores That Contains Soo Buttons They Will Not be Diffcult to Fasten However as Gowns are TaBe Loose The bachelor who looks forward tan pIMer wedding should provide hl self with a buttonhook Not one Of the masterful kind that seizes a but ton and yanks It Into a far distant t hole acmes rolls of protesting flesh while tho victim holds In her breat- and to the words of boss Etlzabat A C White President of the National Dressmakers Association 1fltshe form for while woman In her most tanta1ling mood w111 number on her frock 600 bouttons for hUbby to to with there wlllbe nothing tight thi season but the underneath ngQln- M1s White who told the dressmakers convention about It ysoterdny nt 1Ia- sonIb Temple Sixth avenue and Tw- etythird street It the strings In underneath elacken the Whole Of you ettxJ every time you put your foot down and the flesh harden IA tnWhite exp1 lne when there wan day annoying sIn the front elevation or the feminine figure ta- tstupid mof other d9y i1et kept taking gatherstlUehe mude a little POCket to put It In 7lrts Is nO longer eoessalif for when Mtss White gets through with her demanst- mtlonon living models of roW you should 1f1t on your corset your gown will take the entire respOnsHrll1ty on will take the entire pona1blnty 01- 1lt8eif It on eual invesugatlozy th onlooker can discern the outlines o- a Bhape he must be a mind reader The 500 buttons are one of the ac- cosaorice to the eocleeiaeticaf gown To be strictly applied and run up and down the straight expanse Of w0 man like ao many lacers making for IJ goal But from the neck to the bom Of the skirt there are battalions th require the hook The ecoleslastlea- fn many of Its plmses keepa close t the priglnaI TVte robes of Archblsh- Wtarley Q In some church ceremonial could hardly be distinguishedd f those of the feminine members Of a r congregation Simpler forms Imitate the pneat sOOk which1bethg- nolutely gulWe of fuUness at Bny stage giving the unpleasant sugges tics tbft the lady has dropped b s1e1rt somewhere by the wayside nnd- Sa escaping In some phase of that mysterious underneath to which Mi- WJite refers Whiteras trong in praise o- the ook for the Suffragette b lievtng It tO be Just the watume to run away with For the Antiaai wpltepolnted to the gown of the mi d ages as a symbol of being behind thetbnes 1The Mayan Age pr Middle age Is an oldnow garment Of wonderful pas slb1Uttes It la the only one of tL- LaUIB XVj dddets whIch makes any apology for the vanished waist The Louts XV concedes It only with ahi less outline that makes It more of IMIddleAgeAwaydoWn gt phicai location of the girdle j gettJtire It le really a Sara Dernbard somewhererneaT theJ11ps end ales almot any place Florentine gowns of the less Bov- e9yee r0 tf cuirasses heavy with embroidery where the upper portlorJ the female form divine used tQ be Draped skirts tied In a little bunch In tho frost Un back are a graceful k mewhat tartllng innovation N1e tunic which may ho absolutely gtrafg- andr 1 Malt longth or a shorter end eau tier garment bas the effect of the Greekatage soldier They put gulmpe and aleeves beneath ftNeW YQrk World NuteGatIiered by Machine The principle Involved in the design Of the pneumatic sweeper has been made use of in the Inyentlanot a plece of appamtus which Isundaubted ly to be the manna ot bringing down i1e price ot English walnuts no- laigely w grown In CaUfornlarrh- efnC of raising these flute has grown to gigantic proporUona afrec- entyesr and the greatest dlfficuitY encountered by the growers hUb en the labor problem The dlfticultyand- erp n of securing labor for gathet orCrlppUagyery potent factor In the regulation- ct the price of the flute trle work o- hand t gathering Is slow at the beef athe gathering of the crop of even A terateisized plantation has been a genfoue matter J TSeapparatue referred to baa been If + I f invented by a callfornla grower and its valuQ has been demQnatroted by actual experIence It has been shown effectedIto 25 per cent aceordfng to the condi ton Vile mfichlne Is inouuted on a- truck which fs guided In and out among the trees In the sagas manner as an automobile Is controlled A gasoline engine drives the fnetalin- tion j over the ground tidl also operates the fan bY Whlch the necessary suction is created The exhaust ducts are supplied with several ron ehaped nozzles which are held just over the surface of the ground and these being arranged In one roW cover a space Of 8 Or 10 feet When the machine Is lIIl operation It moves Aver the ground themsurface without regard to Its character dId nuts and new Ones clods twigs and any thin of moderate velghit which happens to be In Its path are gathered and drawn Into the hopper there hby an ingenious arrageniant the sound elsered to fall bags arranged to receive them operatesed In gulling the ser vices of the other are required to look after the bags removing the tilted toewOrk Of about sixteen It Is sold THE LADY OF THE I WHITE HOUSE Mrs Taft Will Manage Her Home The White louse in Her Own Way interestfcupants of the White House The publication of details Of the changes made In the domestic arrangements of the Presidential nannies by Its new mistress therefore s not Only Justifiable but actually commendable The changes however are nor radi femaleIformidable a personageas a male steward Colored footmen In itvery lend as greet an air of distinction 1to the doorway of a house as frock cOated doorkeepers of Caueaslaa do scent The seclusion of the uniform bed police guards dooo not matter so long as the people know they are always on band and the home Of their guardledIMrs Taft Is clearly going to mans age her home In her own way and thattwell qunUflelJ for the leadership of Washington official society She such OnEljustly popular mistresses the White House has ever had but nobody doubts that her own regime will be In no oordance with tM best traditions Of the capitol Republican slmvllclt to be sure has pevaUed In the White House since its earliest days Our beenapdqueUe essential to official dour on stale oooaslaas there has rarely been much show of formality The bright light prtoftslon Is Open to the sightseeing multi tude one hour evety day The lot ot the Presidents wife Is enviable to be sure but It Is beset with difficulties The recent structural changes In 1the White House which have separated the executive offices from the Tesldenol affords some relief from the Old rouI tine The white House le more life a home than It used to be but the personal freedom of Its inmates Is comparable with that of therwage earners family In their comfortable Ina Do the right thing If you have NaI sal Catarrh Get EIre Cream BtnL s1 once Dont touch the OIltarrh powder and Snuffs for thyeoontaln cocaineiElys Cream Balm secretions that Inflame the na Isla passage und the threat whereas medicines made WIthe mercury merely dry up the secretions and leave you no better thanyauI were In a word Elys Cream naJmfs areal rem y nata delusion All drug glft 50 cents Or mailed by Ely urns 56 Warren Street New York t Sad But True Svhatthis country needs is not mOre protection Or more tree trade ibut more macllincu7 There are avid to betwentyeovonhall factories run ning nigh andday In this country an- they cantmake hairpins fat enough I r out of thebr1tJtheh terIo Np I J1 SNUB IIIVEN TAFTS IN VIENNA CarlnotBe Forgottonby th Presidents Wife Although Her Husband Might Overlook ItAmbassador White Must Go Washington D C Marcb2tAIi1 bassdor White Is tQ step down and out diplomatically and another Is to have his place at the French cap tel There Is a moral In this pee slug of Mr White and the story thereof a story which extends In its chapters over more than 20 years should teach the reader to be careful of the stranger within his gates lest is that stranger he entertain all un aware an angel or one who sprout Ing subsequent wings is to become an angelIt was In 1S86 Mr and dirs Taft had just been married and were traveling through Europewmp ped In those rainbow tolds of senti ment folk call honeymoon The Teats In the course of their enraptured rambles came to Vienna There they found Mr White The latter gentletnan was Secretary of Legation for the United States at the big city on the Danube There was some function whereof royalty would be the center coming oft upon a near afternoon Mr Taft thought hed take Mrs Taft to see It He asked Mr White Secretary of Legatlonto see about an Invitation To procure such invitations was not among things impossible Mr White could have had them at a merest hintUpon the morning of the royal function Mr White sent a note to Mr Tart It ran In practically these wordsI sorry to inform you that I was unable to accomplish what you asked The affair Is very exclusive The number of invitations Is limited and they have been ordered sent on ly to persons of ImpOrtance and distinction I lactose however tickets to the museum and trust that Mrs Taft and yourself will spend apleasa ant afternoon Mr Taft still has that White letter It has become although not med the big document In what might be called the case of Ambassador White tlrr White has forwarded the usual formal resignation That was done the moment Mr TaU was Inaugura ted and It arrived the other day It will be at once aocepted4lthough such acceptance will come perilously near breaking the ambassadorial heart of- Mr White who likes his job rrihat White Vienna letter of 1886 will be the reason the real reason of the diplomatic letting out of Mir White Mr Taft whose good nature is as big of belt and I1S rotund as his body might forgive and forget but the resentments Of Mrs Taft are of a bitter temper and retain their edge It Is she who Insists on the dismissal Of Mk White The o aleOne of the many amusing features Of the Cooper trial at Nahsv11le was Attorney Washingtons exposition of the Outrage Carnack put upon the elder Cooper by reducing his titular rank Now said Mr Washington Carmack refers to Cal Cooper Rs Maj When he Wrote to Cal Cooper as a friend he called him ColonelI When he wrote the valedictory editorial In the Amrelcan ho called him Colonel but when he wants to Insult and degrade him he called him Major ItnB a gratulttons Insult course In Tennemee us In Ken IOf It may bo inflicting n grievous humiliation to call a mar major who has beOn accustomed to be called cola net OUtsiders who ntay not judge such conditions with undue levity or disrespect In Tennessee s man wbo has not annexed some sort Of title real or honorary bas been sadly left the shuffle Take the attorneys n this parttCularcase for Instance The uninitiated In reading the proceedings Of the CIIIIe night be JustlClI In inferring that the high Officers of the whole army were participating It It Is Gen this and Gen that Jnla t the great majority OfI the Innumerable attorneys on both Ides seem to be generals according o the printed reports DfYWashing ton himself Is always referred to s- Oon Washington by the reporters and not one lit n thousand under atanda that hiss only claim to that tt tIe de that long ago he was attorney general and a verT good one of the criminal gout district of Davidson end Ruth rtord counties I ere We call BuchotflC1 tBproscuting lat torneyal 1r Tennee eetheycall them or used to calk them I sttoimeyigonprti s J i I al As there are many criminal nou- dietrlcts t In the state it Is easy to sew ata plentiful production Of genor als there must be If every common rrheIassociated with knWashington In the Cooper case n 0e UIeWe have something CIt the sam sot of absurdity in Kentucky thous not us much of It for Kentucky has only one attorneygeneral WhO Is sometimes given the ridiculous title of Gen white Tennessee has scores I of UlemCourlerJournal t Do RoundFaced Girls Make Best Wives That cruel person the scientist has boon saying horrid things about the 18mareto deceit that she ISr false and fickle He avers that when the round tace- Is surrounded by a frame or curUng hair Its owner Is more than ever Im possible because to aU her other Saul she adds capriciousness He warns all young men against making round faced girls their wIves For intellect for loyality for stead fasitnoss of character he recommends that tbItchetCaced woman Studeuts of human nature than scientists who are qualified t express their opinions have also been discussing the merits and dement- of the roundfaced woman A famous lady phrenologist state that the round faced woman with the vital tempera m- eant und the bright smile Is the tPe that attacts men The reason i Is loVing and docile In a great do gree they are right rrlwt sort ot woman has a nose a Uttlesunken at the middle of the brldd- wide at the nostrils and inclined to turn up That Is the gentle yieldin nose It Is the nose that always mar rlos nut it there were more equality or gifts the marriage would Ibe more likely to be happy For Instance take theI marriage of Carlyle Mrs CarlyleI married him expecting to help his work She was not permitted and the result wns unhappiness tAn artist of repute whose specialit- is the drawing ofwomens faces fa vars the squarefaced woman Not squarebutthan a circle pr oval- The Greeks had such laces and their character had strength tIS well ns beauty Strong lines Indicate stron characterBesides the roundfaced woman 1 more apt to be decolt l than Is the squarifaced One Her ttindency Is to move along the line or least resistant and If that line happens to ibe a liejoweU she lies This latter view falls to the ground when eve consider the opinion o0 II medical man whose Professional experience would give him a deeper In sight Into human nature He avers tlfat mepally roundfaced girls are optimists loving In disposition Ught hearted very rarely depressedand often creatures of Impulse They are also unselfish and make good jovialj companions Ono writer says them They usually have more elas diligencethandepth The answer to the query 18 a fa mous sculptor Is found In the races of the Mtdonnas They are aU round or at east oval Study the Madonnas especially Leonardo da Vlncis in the group called Tire Holy Family and you will see the supreme type of the good wile A keen student of human nature and One who thoroughly understands wOmen expresses her views In the following manner The roundfaced woman Is bettor ruttured No one will deny that nut her tace must have planes Or she w 111 be insipid A matt wants an antfablet wife but he doesnt WAnt to To be a true companion a wromnn must have intelligence and character Both lire Indicated by lines not by curves The rounded contour Is good AcIompanled by features with a slant toindicate decision and Grain such a face is an Index of Q well molded character The owner should make an Ideal wife A Entire Wheat Bread Dissolve Ono tablespoon Of butter In One cup warm water and add one cup milk Let It booome lukewarm hd add Onohalf yeast cakedlsolved to- onedourth cup lukewarm water scant teaspoon of salt and twO teaspoons of augur To this add three pints of etlre wheat hour mix well and let rise Overnight II morning knead form Into loaves oud raise In pan o Advice of a Novelist A girl who was fond of scribbling stories once asked a wellknown novelist hoW she could succeed and the novelist answered just Imagine somebody else did itsome one yOU hate lnd go for It without mercy When set to and Write It over indeed wnte Itngain and again always re pealingheruthlosA criticism part Of the Jas tJ a THE BURGLAR AND INVENTOR Have Always Made Close Race But The SafeMaker Has Kept a Lit le Ahead Of Him clvlltzatlonIthe habits and customs of cuextoms Or mankind leads tones offenses while some good old standbye have become unpopular First some cautious proptdeclared awa of wits between the snremaker and the safe breaker The door to the original safe fItted In straight like my ts0 open by means of a Jimmy that the rdid not furnish the burglar with cony unsportos The wedgeshaped door was crackssman found a way to manage 1t Then Mr Inventor devised a combination look and thought he had utterly out InIansmercilessly studied out Its weakness At first he did not attempt to brea- th6 lock but devoted himself to blow playrowayIaghe set a small shelf of very fine gun powder fro the top hole he attached- a vacuum pump By exhausting the air from the sale he created astron g curyent at the lower hole which suck ed In the powder Then he fired th That was all toThe tsafemaker met this tyo so as to make It airtight The cracks artropen the safe As safe doors were made harder and harder so did Mr Cracksman make his Bugt were accompan tilesdislikes notoriety So he began to experiment with the combs nImoans open crneksma took the ltttle finger on his left hand and kept It bandaged for weeks so as to make It highly sensitive to the touch Then he pared his nail down Into the very quick laying the nerve waters bare Thus without drills Or powder lie was able tO open a sale by placing the sensitive end of hisI finger against the lock while he slowly turned the combination So keen and delicate had his sense or touch become that he could feel when each tumbler dropped Into position The safe would be opened rUled and closed again leaving no sign to show bow the trick was turned The cracksman Was tickled nightly with the mystery and bewilderment lie left behind him t The satcmaker Invented now safes One after another which could not be broken In the same old way The highgrade crJcksman bought thorn One after another took them to his quiet workshop Studied every detail of their construction and found new ways to break them Neck and neck ran the armorplate of Protection and the highpowder guns of attack Queer Aids to Memory Many and varied are the methods towhich busy non hnvP recoursClln order to keep their memory peeled Very simple Is the memorial system of a well known journalist who merely a small piece of ribbon round walking stick IMnny o Benedict has a penchant for tying his hand korohlof IntO a series of otots to remind him of the numerous ltttle domestic duties he has faithfully promls- ad to perform during the day A very successtul plan Is that Of a shrewd business man who has recourse to the uso of pepper or snuff to jog his memory A Ubeml dose spread over his handkerchief greets his olfactory nerves whenever ho ex tracts It tram his pocket and as he himself says that reminds me Very affective is the method adopted by some astute people who place their finger rings on their keyrng- Dy this hreana they are not only reminded Of something by the absence of their tinge from their fingers Ibut every time they use theft keys the fac- 1s forced upon their ttentlon The re Is one Old government clerk Who Is an amusement to aU the juniors When he has any matter of urgent Importance taBtt na to In the morn- Ing he invariably ties two of his fin gelS together with a small place Of rod tape i- r 4 1 REAL ESTATE FOR SALES We have about 70 acres of good farm laadon the Harts Ford roadone and halt miles from SunnYdale direct ly on the Ill H E It n Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young Orchard and abundant supply Or freestone water A four room house in Hartford located on the Pike 4 acre lot splendid well of sot water plen ty of fruit for small family ThIs fBI n kub1e plooo of p pOO1tY 76 acres at Davidson Station on the Owensboro branch Of the I C n n60 acres fine bottom land will grow Ci4 Or 80 bushele corn to acre 16 acres of rolling land very ferUle Two fine Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek Dwelling story and half eight rooms new located South aids Clay street Hartford Ky Price and- t terms reasonable A 40 nero tract of bottom kind ono exceptlacres grow from fifty to sixty bushels or corn per acre oneyhat acre lot In FordsvlUe opposite cot legs Terms easy A awe house and lot situated In old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 1l0xH5 feet house four room cot tape n good awe barn Desirable ho- cation onomllodan Allkacres dwellings barn and other out build lags A good tour foot vein of coal which Is now In gpperatlon ofeClay end Washington streets now owned by E Crabtree This Is ono of the finest Jocatlons in Hartford and the property is In good repair House contains nine rooms and there fe s onethe lot This property can be pun figuredApply at once lIS It will not be on the market long 12 acres On the Deaver Dam and Cromwell pUblic road 112 mile from Beaver Dam In good state of cu1Uva- tlon good young orchard grapes straw hennas raapl aries good 4 room cottage with varnnda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting or meat house hen house coal house good well Located In good neighborhood 27 acres good farm hand on Prentla public road adjacent to Robert Plum mor good old and young orchard good four room dwelling and good out buildings Tvaro good wells Located In good neighborhood close to school 182 acres of upland known os the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run Store 100 acres In aplondid state of cultlwtfon 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 dot good out buildings at small mining town In Ohiocounty One mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition In bulnesse For full particulars call On us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east Of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty of water 40 acres In Umber balance to good state ot cultivation 13 acres farm land good house and barn orchard two wels of good wat er at Megan Ky A tract Of laud on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public rood one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered GO acres In cultivation splendId dwel- I1ng barn and Out building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a well kept farm A tract of land on halls Creek one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres In bottoms two barns and dwelling well kept and In good condition We dont own the property yo- are only agents for the owners Md our purpose is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service WO charge one sanoLJ oomml No charge U no mle ls 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 RemedyTARRH IIElys Cream Balm IIquickly absorbed Oncetanses protectsthe brnno resulting tram Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the FEVERstoresTaste and Smell Fall size GO eta ntDrug- jtlsts or by mall In liquid form 75 cents E11DrJt1er CiO Warren Street Now York A rr I Baking If1 AbstlutelJPareI The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar 4L re rBALD KNOB March 23 Prayer meeting Is progressing nicely at tale place Roy C W Frye filled Ills regular appointment at trls place Sunday Mr and Mrs Hob Dickenson of Onton attended church here Sunday Sunday retool will begin were tot first Sunday In April There was a surprise musical nt Mr Jesse Torreices last Friday night a large crowd was present Messrs Postal Embry Jesse Torreuce Leslie Sandefur and Misses Harriet Sandefui and Rhoda Torrance made the music Mr Perryman Embry visited Mr Coopers at Deaver Dam Sunday even ingMessrs Charlie Sanders Jim Smith- Rev J H Binbry Marlon Sandefur and Miss Mae Sandefur ure on tin sick list this wook MissesEI1mJoous Taylor and Martha Sandefur visitor Mrs Jim Taylor Sunday Mr Charlie Leach and family are visiting his parents this week Messrs Oscar Allen und Jim San defur visited Leslie SnndefjiP Sunday Mr and Mrs Fred Rnfferty mis moved near Mr Dow Taylors Mill There will be a musical aud Candy social there Sautrday night IMr and Mrs Jesse Torrencej visit ed his parents Sunday Everybody attends prayer meeting at this place every Wednesday night People are beginning to firm at this place this pretty weather Tine A S of E meets at Mt Pleas ant Friday night the Equltjl band will be erefMfr George Sanders und family of St Louis are visiting his parents at tats writing Miss Rhoda Torreuce visited Miss Harriet Sandefur Tuesdry iMessrs Blanc AVetterfleld and Wayne Leach attended church here Sunday In Loving Remembrance Of little Mitchell Ray House TL death Anc l has visited the home of Mr and Mrs Late House and took from them their loving baby which was the pride of their hearts Little MUtchell Ray was four months too weeks and two days old Weep not dear parents God knows best lie just sent our little one here to show how sweet a flower In paradise could bloom Though thy darling form lies sleeping In the cold and silent grave although we know we can meet him in that bright home above Weep not but think of the hope God has given Though jwrtedhore on earth we may meet In Heaven A precious one front us has gone a voice we loved Is still ed a place In vacant lu our tome which never cau be filled Thou shall we have a blessed meeting when the blessed Lord doethi come and thougii his body slumbers here Ma soul Is safe In heaven A V B Bees Everybody knows what bees are I suppose and therefore I need attempt to toll you There lire several varie ties of bees the two most common beI- ng tne black or the brown American Italian natives of Italy the Can lolans the Egyptians tee Cyprus froth the Holy land and the Albino bees The Italians combining as they do so many excellent tnlts with so few fault has deservedly the prominence over all other races avid this proem Once has been held ever since their Introduction early lu the COs Every body who has had Italians very long or iu his neighborhood probably knows what they are especially if the honey crop was suddenly cut short during a drouth In tile fall of tao year The term hybrid has been applied to bees that are a cross between the Italian und the common bees Everybody should have the pure Italians und how to tell them from hybrids every worker bee whether common or Italian has a body composed of six scales or segments one sliding Into the oth er telescope fshalon When the bee Is full of honey these segments slide out and the abdomen is elongated con siderably beyond the tip of tie wings The pure Italians will enow three yellow hands and this is the markings from Italy Wo have a borne bred golden Italian that a butles but I l that they are equal tor j tl i tYf the ininorted bees either to handle or gather honey If your bees do not show the tares yellow bands call tnem hybrids and they will sure sting with pleasure In going over the county some will say they have the Italians taey had found but after looking nt them I pronounce them hybrids often very little Italian blood In thorn The pure Italian make more honey have a longer tongue they can gather nectos from red clov er where the other bees cannot roach the honey I have looked through col onles In my apiary and did not see a mad bee They will clean out te moth In a short time Prom such bees I have taken as much as one hundred pounds In a season from one colony NOVICE JINGO March 24iMr G W Coalman aged and highly respected cltlien of this place died on the 21 tIt of pneumonia and was burled In the family burying ground near this place the 22 he loaves an afllcted wife nnd son to mourn their loss Mr Sikes Drown of near Deanfleld visited his two daughters Bfre Frank Roach and Mrs Ed Hendrix of this place Saturday and Sunday Miss GIrtle Hendrix who has been visiting near Deanfield for some days has returned home Mr A L Smith is on the sick list Miss Ethel Smith of this neighbor hood and Mr Obe Powers of Sunny dale were married at Marvin Chapel Sunday at 7 p m Rev F D Baughn officiated Miss Olevla Lee and Mr J H Coppage were the attendants the happy couple left Tuesday for Oklahoma where they will reside in the future their many friends here wish them abundant success In their new home Mrs Belle Likens of Eddyvllle is visiting relatives here at this writing Mrs Alice Murphy of Dundee Is visiting here this week Lawrence Allenwlfe aud son MUs- ter Rayborn south Beaver Dam visit ed relatives In the Concord neighbor hood Saturday and Sunday Boone Coy and family of this place visited relatives near Palo Saturday and Sunday Miss Cliffle Patton of near Horton is spending trio week with her grandparents here Notice- A very tine Spanish Jack from ilc Loan county will make the presnet season at my stable In Centertown Now ready for businessF M ALLEN CANE RUN March 24 Farmers of this neigh borhood are busy this week farming Mr Ike Christian went to Owens boro Saturday on business Miss Iva Cummings who has been visiting at Select returned home Mon day Bro Lawrence filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday and SundaynMrs Emma White visited her sister Tuesday night Miss Myrtle Miller who has been visiting her aunt returned home Sunday Mr C W Daniel and wife and son Cecil visited Mrs Phobe Christian Sun dayMrs iMaggle White and daughter Jfonln visited Mrs Sarah Christian Saturday Miss Mana Ferry visited Miss rru lar Wilson Tuesday Mr G J Christian was at Narrows Wednesday attending the Sunday school Convention Miss Sylvia White of Olaton and Mr Walter Wilson of Rockport were married Sunday tvt tie brides home Mrs lEmma White Rev O H Law rence officiating Tidy they live long and be happy is the wishes of their many friends Miss Hassle Payton of Olaton visit ed her mother Mrs Fannie Ford Sun dayMiss Clernmle Christian was the guest other cousin Miss Sylvia White Friday Dlirs Sudle Crumes and daughter Loner Lee Is In Owensboro visiting relatives this week Mrs Battle Cooper visited biro aiag gle Christian Monday evening F t I t1 f f IirL MACAU j March 23Mr C E MlMwlwade a business trip to Louisville Ja flweok Mr Brown and tartfjr irtns budAgUcstS1or poorly tot several days Is mproYlng Mrs John H Mlllpr who wagill last week Is still confined to room tfrvlng the infant child of MT I Stove Taylor died the 16thlMrs C B Baughn attended tiie j funeral and burial of tier 31Jrs Adam aright pf Jingo wnbde a Sun dya the 20th Mre Lena Acton wqohas been at her tome In chlcagoMajnce tue death of her husband retumed to her fathers the 20thzMr Hoary Greor and family left the 17ta for Mlteourl worqftSfly will make their home In the future MA W V Mldldtf and wife were the guests of Mir Noel MWeley and family Baahtun last night + ri Mr Thames Medcalf of R lpl man the guest of his father Mr II C MSdklff and family Sunday j I Mr Clarence Taut left Saturday for Livermore to deliver his logs at Evansville dire T H Medcalf who jute been confined to her room for cvmld t s with throat trouble Is better Miss Harriet MJdklff of Adaburg was here part of last week Mrs Virgel Sutton is visiting her daughter Mrs Tom Taylor Fonlsvllle this week Dr and Mrs L Denton ibabyLeobla Mary Cathrln Miller Mlsel Medcalf Ollle Wedding Mr John H Wrlgat were the guests of H C Wright and family Sunday Mr George G Brown of Supar Grov was the guest of Mss Lula Midklff Sunday evening Mr Clarence Wosterfleld makes regular trips to Mr Ham DaleS center of attraction Miss Etta Dales Miss Lizzie Muffett has a new Or ganMr James Magan and children of Dundee were the guests of relatives here Sunday WH1TESVILLE March 23Mt Mike Jackson who has been living In Drakesbord since last fall has moved back here Mr N P Kelley went to Owenaboro on business yesterday We have a photographer hole now situated on Mike Jackson property- Mr I D Ware has built an addi tion to his already extensive shop TennesseeforMr James Fuqua has been relieved of his position at I C epotbY Mr Stewart Mr Fuqua is expected to be on duty again in a short while Mr J J Midklff who has been con fined to him room for the past tow days is able to be out again Mlas Pearl Howard of Ralph Is In town today taking music Idssons Mir Quint JCelloy has had his now two tory house painted Mr C Foreman Inflicted a very painful wound In his right foot with an ax last week Dr Edge was call ed and closed the wound with six In terrupted sutures Our surrounding country is being well supplied with Whites Improved Sewing machines by Messrs Mercer and Kirby of Leltchfleld Mr Den Sam Mattlnglyl Is build Ing a new home Mr Berry Evans has material oh the ground to build a new barber and butcher shop Miss Dora Evans left last week for1 Louisville to visit her brother CLEAR RUN March 24Tne district meeting of the A S ofE will be held here tomorrow at the hall Everyone Is welcome to come and take n part Mr and Mrs C E Hoover gave their daughter Edna a birthday dinner Sunday In honor of her 15th birthday those present reported an enjoyable timeMcKelvie Murray went to Owens boro yesterday on business Mr L C Hoover and son General went to Hartford yesterday on business Mr A E Stewart went to Hartford today Miss Cassle Hoover Is on the sick listdr G Mi Hoover and sister Lou are visiting relatives and frleada tin KnottsvlHe at present iMir C T Funk moved to Spencer- county lnd yesterday Mrs James Stewart and Mrs W W Park were the guests of Mm CJM Newcom last Friday Mt Leslie Hoover and family and Mother Mre Cias Hoover visited Mr Joe Pub Sunday f Misses Ethel Flunk and Dona Hoov er visited Miss Treaio Taylor Sun I day f FdRDSVfLLE- March 23Mrs Jakeo Wilson ilntoWn visiting friends and relatives fttre Sweatt Is here visiting friend SheRwlll go to Ten see to reside Miss Annie Smith is in Loulaviile pix tit t YJ c1 tJ 11- I viaithgk alater Ire C4nae + Haber legit Roy Jfrnjenjlt I and family visited utr y aid Sunday M lM dliS Ran inrbp ins lust re vneumooillI OUrs CEFord has teen 1Q toe past few days but Is slowly recovering Mm Lee Montgomery bas la grippe Dr and dips MtCartyi of Qweneboro r wore In town Saturday Mrs lUtUe Mercer front near Whltesvllle has moved to tpwn to es tablish a mew millinery dopartmbnt Mr Arthur Mlles Is nt Vine Grove where he la planning to move with hs family soon Ho will take charge of a clohtJng store Mies May Pool has returned from Louisville wiorfr she has been purchae lug her millinery goods AB Robert Duncan toft this morn ing tor Gas Ind where she will make her future home- MlasRolla Felix had a new piano to come in this week Messrs Ed Strother CQios T Dan iel and John H Smith were Initiat ed into the Masonic fraternity last Saturday night Miss Edna Garden 1s visiting her aunt lIlts Albert Qulsenberry Misses Mary had Martha Qulsenbor ry are able to be In school again Mrs Hardin Wilson of Loulsvlllels visiting her son Mr Olla Wilson and family NARROWS March 20Miss Morcedesi Cannon was the guest of her cousin Mrs L B Daniel from Thursday until Sun dayiRev Herndon tilled his regular ta polntnfent at the Baptist church Sunday Mr A R Renfrew and his two little girls Grace and Marguerite went to Louisville last wek to buy the millinery goods Mrs HI C Acton and little daughter Isabel of Dundee visited hen ibroth er A R Renfrow Monday and went to learn themilllnery trade at Lou isville Miss Ello Renfrow visited her sister Mrs Verna Shaun Horse Branch Sautrdayand Sunday Miss Effle Wlmsatt left Monday for Louisville to learn the millinery trade and will take a position somewhere Mr and Mrs Roy Armendt and children of Fordsvllle visited his mother Mrs Ida E Renfrew Sat urday and Sunday Mr LIss Tabor Mr and MSrs Par don Tabor and Mrs Mollle Bean have been called to the bedside of their mother Mrs S A Tabot for sometime But the death angel visited her and took her to the other shore where she cant come to them but they conga to her I Mr and Mrs Oscar Petty ended the trade with Dr Pony McDowell and he will run the Doctors farm at Dundee this summer SELECT March 24Born to the wife of Clarence Keown Friday night a big boy the young fellow has been christened Bryan Miss Iva Cummins of O1atonihas- been visiting friends here for tile past two weeks Miles Myrtle McKinley has returned home from Clarkson whore she went to atend school Sunday school nt this place Isjpro grassing nicely beputy Sheriff J W Martin was In Rosine the first of the week Mrs J A Rhoada and M99 Claudio James pf Render are vlistlng friends and relatives here this week Mra Verda Duke of Hartford visited her Parents Mr and Mrs B W Stewart last week Mr Flau Drake and Mss Annie Daugherty were quietly married Sat urday March 11 mile young couple are very popular young people and we- wish them much joy and happiness through their married life Mr J J Stewart returned from xmlsvllle one day last week where he had been buying his spring stock of goods Mr Wood Douglas of Broathit county was in Sunday he Is just recovering from the effect of being shot be says they are tough people ult there Resigns as Cashier Milton Ky March 20Lon flog- S cashier of the Farmers Bank of this place has sold his stock to tlessra Dan T Voirn and R M Hudson jointly and has resigned the ashlershlp At a called meeting of tM directors Mr YoJrs was elected cashier and R M Hudson assistant cashier Mr Rogers will go to Lexington to be the manager of a now bank Notice Persons desiring Italian honey bees DunIgerled for them at the low pride olfltp p r hive Apply eariy to f BUNGER SMimH 131t K l HarltordiKir J t b i I 4- f t f f f f REMEM6EIt f THAT O MATTER T J1 You NI ID iNTHEWAY OF ITg flAR WE DWAREI ii Y Alcio An Kids oP t Farm Implemerttss 7 WACONS BUGGIES AND FIELD SEEDS Ohio County Supply Co INCOIirOBATBD Hzrtf a Icy i1ar t Wall Paper fj Artknc W B Paptf elect c with- a view to its hannonoweffect Will tothecheetfulneseandbeas q ALFRED PEATS PRIZE WALL PAPER is the perfection of modem wall decoration andyoffen the widest range of choice in pattern and price 9- fj Samples submitted and estimates furnished upon request W 3D LTJO33 PAINTING AND DECORATING i5 Main Street Hartford Ky GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS THE SUREGROWING KIND Are a we proposition for ua becnute vre can buy them under a guarantee that any shipment found to be unatit sR factory can be returned at the shippers expense That mean no chance of our having poor seeds in stock l Doesnt make COLD MEDAL SEEDS apretty good proposition for you E P Barnes S Bros Beaver Darn Jy1 will snake their home Mr Farris farm was purchased for 725 by our unit letter carrier Mr Chester Lyons Mr Bonnie Webster of Harmed Ky wad the guest of Mir and Mrs John Mien Friday and Saturday Our singing school which was taught by Mr Grand Christian of Cane Run closed Sunday with every one in favor of another school to begin at once This was a singing taught by an ex lerlonced teacher one that has given entire satisfaction In fact the teacher and pupils did all that one could wish of make the school suooesfsuL Tars Willie Hall and little daughter Jessie of Clifton M ills Ky are the gusset of hte formers motherInlaw Mrs Melvlna Hall who Is ill of la grippe Mrs Dowden Estes and two chil dren Ronald and Thelma Blanche spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs ifelvlua Hall and Mrs John Allen Miss Stella Daniel is teaching Insrtu mental music at Fair View She taught here last year and may have a Jhere this summer Mrs James Hall bas returned from M Henry after a two weeks visit with her parents I1andlollrs Hardin Smith Mr Arthur May LoltchHold was the guest of friends here last week Mr Will McMurtry traveling sales man for Rungan Bros ot iLoulavlllo waaln Olaton Thursday Jlr Mc Murtry Is known and liked by everyone hero where he has gained friends by his pleasant and sociable manner Mr Scott MteCormack Neosho Kansas Is the guest pf his parents and i friends and relatives of bUs vicinity His wee who was a daughter of Mm Flank Rebarkflr of Tlallen Rock dleilatter an operation at Kan Bas Cl on Nov 7 1908 an account of whlcdi itppearde In hte correapon htetilme den topluma of 5wte Republican at sr i 1r irT n t that Barber No 2765 For the Season of 1909 Barber No 276B the well known German Coach Stallion will make tho season of 1909 at F M Allens stable in Centertown Ky at the sumot- UO to InBUPta living colt money due when the colt is foaled or mare transferredrAs a coach horse Barber has no equal and liaving been certhe care of WMKlrby of Bowling Green Kraportlon of the winter he is now In better condition than ever be Nf fore SO As a coach horse Barber lasno su perior In the State and has already shown up some of the best colts ever produced In this locality We feel safe In saying to the general public that no better horse could be foundr t i PurposesBarber yearsold extra fine setot black legs and ndshlghVelghsand is as sound as a silver dollar I We will gladly dp business with you In a business W rCa1e taken tb fc atshouldv e R f l1r t c FMLAL BNi ertCcntertown Ky 1i r i r7t1 d1 I v4- nt