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UUP1IIIU1UIPIIh1IIPhIhh1hPhh1Ii r nI J i t r 1r Iy 4 y + a rI f I 1 orA t f 1 f t1er litp I teII 4j f I ikpublican JilI o Job Work DEVOTED TO TIlE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription i per Year IiiXXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTYCYM FRIDAY APRIL 2 1909 No 37 Ivit1b LEOALVELEClIONVAHLD In East Beaver Dam Voting Precinct 4 On Question of Stock Running at Large Says Judge If f FBirkheadN t1 I t 11t t A suit of vast interest to the peo pie of the East Beaver Dam voting 4eclnct foes boon decided by Judge F Blrkhead lit amtll ie probably nit anticipated by eitheri side of the controversy At tie r regular election in 1908 the question as to whether or nOtdtor try I species thereof should run at large i WIIS submitted to the voters of mast D ver Dam Precinct for their deter F minationTaeiyote4 as counted by the officers of election resulted in a tie But there were three votes about which question was raised A contest isomes was filed end at the recent term df t court the matter Was submitted to Judge Birkhead for determination r On Monday of tMsf week Circuit OtrcEGDarrass received from I the court the following written opin ion in which it is hold that no election was held on the question r Tfato is a contest over the result of an election that was held in East Beaver Doan precinct on the question BS to whether or not cattle or any species thereof may run at large tymho election seems to have been held last November The vote was counted by the officers of election W seems to have been a tie There are three ballots returned ns questiOned c and rejected that on the face appear I tohavevoted No on the lmopoe tion Ttoeee three ballots ware new er counted bV the officers of election NEVER PLACED IN THE BALLOT BOX nor was the stub ever detached from them by the officers of election and a determination of what shall be done with these three ballots turnsp the election if they foe counted l The only question in the case is as to whether or not these three bal lots should be counted AS before suggested they Were never placed in the ballot box the stub was never detached from them that to same 1 had been kept by the officers of elec tion until they counted the other i ballot then sealed in an envelop and kept out of the ballot box and retur ned by the officers of election to the 1County Clerk The law requires that all Ballots re ceived by the offices of election shall have the stub detached by the of ficers oc elections after they were J stamped and then the ballots depoeit ed in the ballot box and substantl 7allyprovldEe that when the officers of ejection proceed to count ballots that it there be ballots that the officers of election be unable to determine I inspectionPof the ballot they may then refuse to count them keep them out of the bal Jotbox put them in a linen envelope seal them write their names across theel put sealing wax on the seal and the seal of the officers of election impressed in the sealing wax The was not done in this case The primary purpoaeof the present aye tom of voting is to preserve the secrecy of the voter That is that r the voter may cost his ballot with out laving it known how it waa cast The secrecy of the ballots Inthia case Vos not preserved as the name of the voter Is still attached to the till Ay lot and con1 be readily ascertained who cast the ballot and Icbw It wars tb1 an inspection of Abe ballot itself The voteriHd all to fcla power i to Have his vote deposited tIltballot box and to ihaye It coated but A theofteleetlon felted tode rl 9 ballot and to put it in the ballot bolt thus leav- Ing the ballot exposed to the vIeW of the officers 6f electtbsrilth the stub thereto atteoaed that anroftbe of ttitynot believe that the voter can be v depilved pf bis right to vote to ythe i failure orthe bfttcers of ejotlpa tot do their duty ia pointed ou Wd r tte low brit I am Ino finedlto td talf i + tteatttwOoart would oe eatabjiflllHg bslt d it I H ii t ballot box ndnever had the stub detached from front could be oohntwd- by the Court although not counted by the officers of election I am inclined to the opinion that by son of the failure of the offi cers of election to receive fnefcallots In question detach the stubs and place them In the ballot box that there his been no legal election hold in the precinct qn the question wheth er or not mule or any pecles there OfshaUtimQ large Being of that opinion the Judgment and order of Court will recite that no election was held on that question that the at tempted election was void It will then gIve to the good people Who live in that precinct the right lo have another election on that question whenever they may elect to do so ID4n further of the opinion that each party to this lawsuit play pay his own coal and a Judgment to that effect may be entered T F BIRKIffiAD Judge rri Birthday Dinner Sheriff n B Martin recently returned from a visit to his old home at CromwelL While there he was giv ena dollghttul birthday dinner by his mother Mrs W N Martin The occasion was very much enjoyed as a family reunion and was participated In ny they fpllowing members of the family besides the hostess Esq O W Martin and family R B Mar tin and family J J Jarnagin and family T C Stratton and family Mrs Mary T Embry and umlly and Howard JarnagA MAP POLICES OF ROOSEVELT CHANGED c PcesideaftJJ l1Yaysof His Owq When it Comes to Af fairs of Government Although President Taft has been In office less than a month find ex President Roosevelt has Just depart ed for his African hunt the new pres ident has placed the seal of disappro val on many of the methods of his predecessor in doing business Same of the changes which bevq beensaid- to have been placed In operation but are not fully agreed upon may be described iis revolutionary Tho fol lowing is n partial list of the changes madeDisuse of simplified spelling through no longer spelled thru Abandonment of evidence obtain ed by the Bureau of Corporations in criminal prosecutions Abandonment of the plan of re commending details of legislation to CongressRejection of the plan creating commission and expending money with out the authority of Congress Reversal of the policy instituted iby the Roosevelt administration in clos- Ing the Pensacola and New Orleans Navy Yards Departure from the policy of appointing negroes to office In the South over the protest of a majority of the white citizens Long messages to Congress dis carded Senators given anew the tight to recommend Presidential appointments Tennis court deserted tennis cabi net dispersed Nov policy in process of formation for enforcing the interstate commerce lows Members f the Cabinet given the privilege of choosing their assistants Orders Issued to officeholder at a distance to stay on thlr Job and keep away from Washington Luncheon policy dlsoaSrded the President only eats an1 apple for lunch In edition to the things stated above there is another very impor taut matter which lies been favor ably considered by President Taft pad will undoubtedly have great effect in making for the success arid jtraaqulF utyof111s admtafetraMon Tnld is his treatment of mombers of the two branches of Congress Democrats as well as RepubUcaii are welcoine to the White House The Mno tsllot drawn against any man Senator Bai boy ills cftlied and been well received and no one would be surprised if Senator TilmNlloilowed There is a ttlstinct feeline of friend Uneie Between the White douse and tie 8e iionietnlng Jjf t neverDre- valled during the Bevens4da halt ineumboncyoite rJ I iI 1ri Iy KrITlIJliL MEN ORGANIZE For the Purpose of Preserv ing Life and Property Though Some People Look Upon It With Curiosity And Suspicion air Editor Kindly allow space in tIle columns of your valuable paper for the Insertion Of the folkmringiar ticleIIt iswell known by nil interested and engaged in the idustry of coal mining in Kentucky that in 1908 and amendment totiio mining laws went tn to effect compelling foremen having charge of n coal mine in which oe many as ten persona are employed at one time to secure a certificate of qualification to the effect that he has been examined by a Bound of Examiners and has been found fit and competent by possessing a thorough knowledge at the different systems of working MId ventilating coal mines and of the nature and properties of mine gases dust and Care damp and shell have a thorouga and practical knowledge of mining gained by at least five years experience in and at mines except and provided that any person who for four years pri or to the passage of this not hba seri vod as mine foreman or assistant mine foreman In coalmines may up on application therefor and uponSIs factory evidence presented to said Board of Examiners as to his term of service be granted a certificate of qua Ifioatlon without such examination Shortly otter the act referred to became effective a number of Abo mine foremen of Western Kentucky hold a meeting at the Bandusky House Cen trap City Ky and it was mutually agreed by all present to form tho Mine Foremans Association of Kentucky the qualification to memberahlpl 4o which all agreed is the possession of a certificate as required by the mining taw of Kentucky Tho follow ing members were enrolled W C Webb Wm Russell Ebhols Ky T M Gaddis S A Griffith Mer cer Ky Tames Ambercrumibor Dra- keboro Ky J W True W J Arnold Powdorly Ky John Jones Simmons Ky Chas Hendrie Central City Ky J F Yeller Taylor JMlnes Ky T L Sorts Mercer Ky W P Collyr Bone Creek Ky George Sears Central City T E Davis Central flty Ky W W Tyldtesy Hillside Ky George Smith MnHenry Ky Andrew iTtarp Mc Henry Ky Herbert Myers Powdery Ky TL Gaddls Island Ky Since the first enrollment It Crossmnn Be vler Ky and Mr Davis Drakesboro Ky have been added to the membership fTMa association like all otner may pooplofromcion may have found a place in the minds of some others curloohity is their dominant aspect relative toitthe enquiring mind may deslro to know what it is and what am tltsakns One 6hlef factor should give relief to all xVo have no secrets We should have no opposing threes to contend with if we are praperlyi understood- Is it really necessity to have such an association or wherein lies its use fulness v The oldest miner the most careful operator is alwayaaready to admit that cool mining and disasters tare in eparable ever sud anon there aria damonstratlonB in the columns of newspapers of accidents arf various descrip tions creating great uiavoc to allooa Corned On the one hand the mine operator Having thousands of doQans nveeted in the material composing theiequlpment of bis mine in a sin gle moment have it swept and utterly destroyed The miner his every visible means of support lOUt off and too often a dependent wife and children abruptly robbed tfabuabamda protoc tion and a fathers care Can a Mine Foremenls Association prevent Accident tasp No can a mine Foremens j aaqoiatkm dp any tiling relative to safety and success l We answer yes The ohiet lmiof th s As9oclaUon is io acquire Buca imfniBe knowjjdgo ss tie JD1tdhgw a ar require from time to time arid foy inkelllgentappli i 4 ll- 1I V cation of the knowledge gained re I duce to minimum the loses referred toEducation is our watch word and edue tion always pas saving power Wo tsk for enquiring minds Wo are developing our abilities In mutual aid mtisfactorySerieo ployed to be efficient in our calling and progressive in mind to meet the difficulties incidental every day We desIre the corporate interest of nil mine Foremen and extend n cordial Invitation to those In the Control 1VHallevenLig at 730April 17 1909 f Respectfully Y JQHNJONESR GEO T SEARB Sec- Conmitttee T J Keown Dead fr J Keown was found dead in htsooat ills home at Slogan Monday morning His brother Samuel Keown had slept with him during the night and arose at the usual time leaving T J Keown in bed thinking discoverywastSe family went to call him to break fast He had been dead several hours Hte death resulted from a disease of the kidneys Mr Koown was seventyseven years CarmerNtnceal years ago he nod made his home wjthi his daughter tXm Russell Tfce body was interred nt Magan Tuesday FOR THE BUSY READER TTwo mall pouohos were stolen and near Georgetown One contained a check of the Burley Tobac co Society for 38000 S I Sevlmen including two members ort1f City Council of Cincinnati were indlijtodby the Hamilton couty 0 grand jury on the charge of main taining gambling house 5 Senator Bradley at a meeting of the Republican League in Washington paid a warm tribute to President Taft predicting that ho would make ono of the greatest of American Presidents Commercial movements in the Unit ed States indicate increased indus j trial activity according to a bulletin ComI during the month of March shows a decided Increase over the proceeding month 5 After ti hardfougat battle of ballots in which the largest vote ever record ed was cast Clark county 0 went dry by eleven votes The city of Springfield gave a wet majority of something over 1800 but this was overbalanced by the heavy dry majorities out in the county There was ho serious disorder 5 fflho tariff debate Will bo continued In tile oHuse of Representatives this week and the speecbesa half hundred at least will be made Evening ses sions will toe held and there appears to be a general disposition to expo lto the discussion BO far as poSsi- ble without injustice to any of the manifold interest involved 5 The United States Senate will at tempt no regukubu1ILnet this week beyond the introduction of ibllts The edict of the Steering Committee that no legislation beyond the taritf and the bill providing tar thothirteenth census shall Abe undertaken tugs gone forth If reported to the Senate the census bill might be considered during the week ibut the Census Committee has given na attention to It It ia expected thi measure will receive early attention however RocktMirt Hotel Burned Rockport KyTj March l8Fire early Monday morning destroyed the River hotel on the river front In this city The origin of the conflagatlon is a mystery but it Is thought to have originated from an oldfashioned fire place the coals from which must have rolled out on a carpet The fire will discovered by tho Ill nols Central bridge watchman who gave thcA alarm Several of tho in mates had narrow escapes but all were rescued Several other build- Ings meneat being destroyed but the herplcVwfark of the local firemen destructionIThe Airs MO OBannon 7w + N eF6Y 1t I VOTE ON NEW TAR IFF BILL APRIL 15 Cabinet Officers Responsi ble For their Departments Ever Asked and Never Answered Question is Will New Bill Pro duce Sufficient Revenue From Our Itavnlnr CorrenponrJetit Washington D C March 30The leaders In the House Lave formulated tenatlvo plans for the passage of the Payne tariff bill and unless these plans miscarry the measure will be voted on about April 15th Mr Paynes hopes are that the general debate will be allowed to run until Wednesday when a rule will be pres ented providing for ten days debate under the fiveminute rule then three days to be consumed In the consideration of and votes upon amendments Itopubllcan leaders realize of course that the rule must contain some restrictions upon amendments If the bill is to be disposed of before the late summer The present Indications are that there will be no united op position to the bill as a whole President Taft has told the members of his cabinet that he expects each to assume all responsibility for and exercise supreme control over his department and that each bend of a department will be held responsi ble for the conduct of that department He has emphasized the fact that be wants results and has assur ed the members of his official fami ly that they are free to select their own assistants without personal or political assistance from the White House Mr Taft thinks Jt would be unjust for him to hold his cabinet of ficers responsible for results should he for political reasons dictate the men on whose assistance they must rely for the success of their respective departments While assistant secre tary and similar officers are Presi dential officers the President has indicated his intention of exercising this prerogative only in appointing men desired by the department heads As a result of this policy members of Congress and that portion of the public which has to deal with federal appointments will eoon find that they must deal directly with the department heads It they wish things accom pUshed Instead of carrying every request and every complaint to the White House In this way the Presi dent hopes to find more time for the important affairs of the government The ono question constantly asked at the Capitol In every informal dis cussion of the tariff is will the Payne bill raise a sufficient amount of revenue and the question of addi tional revenue is causing the leaders in both Houses of Congress no little uneasiness The Inheritance tax a possible Income tax and the duty on tea are all criticised and objected to There seems to ibo a strong senti ment In the House for the removal of the duty on tea and its replacement by an additional fifty cents a barrel on beer A number of jepresenta tlves are endeavoring to organize a movement to demand a vote on this question and doubtless all represen tatives from prohibition districts will join in such a tnovemnet The suggestion is frequently made and meets with favor that the best way to In crease the Traesury balance iq to out down the annual expenditures Senator Gore of Oklahoma has In troduced three measures in tho Senate which are considered typical of poll tical and economic thought In that State One Is a bill to authorize national banks to conform to the laws of any state where deposits instate banks are guaranteed another 14 a Joint resolution to provide toy constitutional amendments for the popular election of United States Senators while the third provides for an toIauthorlzean At the request of tho Maritime 1ea Sue of New York Senator Depow has Introduced an Interesting resolution It calls for the Secretary of State to end to the Sonata all oorroapandenco bettteen jtho State Departmentan- dthe1t 1tuba relating to the question of recognlzingccffeo roasted in the United States Again resident Taft has expressed 4 to Cot Goetaals his earnest desire to see tho Panama canal completed by 1913 and while the Chief Engineer cannot promise this accomplishment before 1915 he told the President that every force would be put to work to hustle tilings Some of the Presi denls friends think that this desIre to see tte canal completed in January 1913 means that Judge Taft expects to serve ills country as President only four years New Coal Company The Rockport Coal Co capital 50 00000 has been incorporated and or ganized by the election of the follow ing officers H L Tucker president and general manager Charles F Drolsh vice president P O McKinney secretary and treasurer The coal lands of this company are in and about Rockport and are among the most valuable in this part of the state Heretofore it has been Impossible to secure enough of ttese coal lands In blocks sufficient to make their devel opment profitable This new company is officered by energetic practical men and ample means are at their command to matte Rockport a great mining cen ter The development of the mines will be commenced at once machine ry laving been ordered some weeks ago This company has tho advan tage over most mines In this section because it can avail itself of water as well as railway transportation facili ties The upper veins of coal in this field are extra well adapted for cok ing purposes To induce this company to open at Rockport the town gave them tho privilege of mining the coal underly ing tile streets alleys and other public property without consideration It Is also reported that the citizens do nated the mineral underlying their property While this is a neat little donation tho benefits to the town de rived from the establishment of the mine will more than offset Ito shaft which will ho sunk at once will be near the river where the chemical plant stands This will en able the operators to avail themselves of the river trade without any con- sIderable expense In reaching the river Ito expense incurred In railroad track incident to the proper operation of the mines will be materially lessen ed by the utilization of the track now In operation from the main line to the river Death of Mrs W J Bean airs W J Bean died at her homo In this city at 11 oclock p m last Wednesday of kidney trouble She had been afflicted more than a year but grew suddenly worse about two weeks ego and her death has been expected at any time since Mrs Beans maldea name was Ferguson her parents living near Sunnydalc his county She leaves a husband two children father and mother and nu merous relatives and friends to mourn her departure Funeral services were conducted at the home yesterday by Rev Virgil Elgin and tile remains taken at her own request to Sunny dale for interment Mrs Bean was converted and joined the Methodist church about fifteen years ago and was a member at Marvins Chapel at the time of her dent She was 34 years old Sallie Ann Tabor Dead Cousin Sallie Ann Tabor who has been sick for the past three weeks of ttomack trouble died nt the home of her daughter Mrs Emma Kuykcndall Friday morning at 230 oclock at tho age of 78 years The funeral services were conducted by Rev Duncan of Fordsvlllo Friday afternoon after whloh she was laid to rest by the side of her husband In the family bury- Ing ground- Her Bufferings were great but she bore them with out a murmur She was a devoted Christian from the age of 13 until her death She leaves 7 children and 20 grand children besides a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss Her children are Airs Annie Hartford Mrs Molllo Dean Mrs Emma Iuykendoll10- 1C6SjB Frank Ulyssus and Pard Tabor atod Mr David Hooker Weep not dear children for your mother for she has goo to a bet ter homo and will stand at Heavens gate beckoning for you to come 4 Card of Thanks iWe desire to return our sincere thanks to our neighbors and friends for their kindness to us durngtho last illness Of our dear motherc r R C Kuykendoll and wife P Wand H F Tajjror Mrs Arrnlo Hartford Mrs 11Jj Bean 1 c rs r hROVER CLEVELAND ANn WMMCKINLE How Former Received News Of the Assassination He Was Horrlfid by the Report And Unable to Say Anytning On the attermoort that President M- IUnley c was shot at Buffalo Air Olev- elanc was fishing with n friend n a small iakoln the Borehlres At about sunset a man wns seem rowing rapidly out toward tte exPresident S boat Mr Cleveland l11e shouted os he drew within call President McKlnle Y Las bens assassinated rrJ11 ex1 resident did not Start He simply looked at the stronger too much amazed by this bolt out ot the blue to aiy anything The wan came nearer I toll you he zupeated panting from his rapid rowing President McKinley has lbee- nehotkUlodl Mr Cleveland sorutfnlzed the st or a moment In grove silence betray Ing nothing of what ho thought or felt Then making sign to show tiult- be had hoard and appreciated What the the man wished to say hia gaze dropped to hlsUne again though of course he was not thinking ot tlahing now The bauer ad bad tidIngs looked at the apparently btolid figure ot the st loot fisherman You dont seem to be mUlCh excitedI about it ho muttered and lJUtting about rowed slowly to shore Mr Cleveland waited a little while still In profound sionce then thought fully reeling In hia dine he merely said to his friend Wen I guess We may- as Well go On the way to hare he disjointed lils rods to h1I careful ddfberate manner put It In the case saying nothing At the landing be was met by the nearest local cone pondent for a cer tain New York mewapoper also quite excited and not a little embarrassed by ibis unwelcome nsslgnment Im sorry to troublo you sir he said but my paper wants me to get 200 words from you on the assassination ot the President Mr Cleveland at first shook his head Say this he ItlnUy answered that In common with all docent pat riotic American citizens I ant SO hor- r1flcdby this report that I am unable to say anything rtIhen turning bast- ly away he drove off WltJh his friend and for some time mid nothing even to him as the carri go jolted over the hilly roads and the sunset faded Then suddenly os it they too teen talking aU the time Jle said aloud Well k may not be true Iiorent ly he added Well It may be true that ho has boon shot It may not be true that ho tlM been killed After that there was still n longer silence until finally just before the end ot th- driveit was now quite dukhe be gan to talk and note to extrobrdf- nnry prescience of the conclussom he rooohed os n result ot his slow spent brooding upon the momentous tid- Ings First ot Ill ho said It tile report wreo true tre thing could hard ly have been done 1Y u disappointed office seolwr as In te case ot poor Gnrtlold for tho oircumstances at the time Were iiot such as to make that very probable Nor lie explalned was It very likely that labor troubles ocui have boon the immediate cause the wore no strikes of ImporUiDce on at the time Other poSlilble agencies wore la8IIed to review and cast aside as lwesible but hardly probable So he added quietly but with the divina tion ot n seer ot old If MleKln Joy bas been shot there Is mo other ex planation than that it has been by the band of some foreign Mmrci1Ist informed and wttbln a few hours ho was reliably teat this yiredsoly 1yas the case Later wton Mr McKinley died the whole world including mo doubt the stranger in the rowboat was sur- prlsod and touched at the depth ot fooling shown by this rugged old statesman In hls public utterance con cerning the nations great calamity How Hunters Dress in Africa We both wore klakl for daytime and warm clothes for night whon sitting around too omp cs after the s goes down a great chill Immediately settles down that makes winter clothing and a good big tlremostessentlal During the daytlmo we always wore pith helmets olhough srrmotlmos oar ly In the morning and late In the afternoon vrNm t o sun Is not at Its maximum a double terol felt hat maybe substltutad It Is tar moro corn fortable than tile ohelmetnnd some men wear them altogothoraut the hohnei Is generally consideredyreterablo- 4sadditlonalprotectfonwowore8Un pads which covered lDhese I J 11 r r I area ierey bea4y quilted strips that reacb drop the oeldar to below the 1f WereadVd Iatthfl deaalrYeterwlOuld reach to the sun os I was afraid to 1eve it exposed when It got hlher than a 11tt1o above i50 degrees as beyond that point there vas great danger of breaking It In the shade the temperature mrouh be usually troi roWD1aas soon as one got sun seas always cold in he morning when we started opt at the first peep ot light and we were usually shverJng for a few minutes prior to the suns appearance Day does not dawn in equatorial Africa but It bursts Is dark one minute and dull sunllg Lt the next for the sun goes down asd the night comes on as 1t s curtain had suddenly been pulled down over the weSt and the chill ot might begins In Memory of Mrs E B Tichenor SJO Bleep peacetul dreamless sleep She rests from labors passed Beneath the mound where myrtles creep In sunshine and In blast O let her sleep for oft her brow mas premed- S With thorns or care 0 let lies sleep forever blessed On 17dens shore so fair Twaa Jesus called her to come home In bUs she laid life down A wanderer no more to room She fought and won the crown She left her treASured ones behind fro mourn ta bitter tsars Ijut Jesus can each torn heart bind And drive aWay all tears She was constant true and noble A faithful VUe and mother too But sleeps beneath the roses And leavens vaulted blue Yes shes gone to join the loved on Parents and friends gone Who N waiting to receive tier On that bright celestial shore Whore the righteous only enter And the weary soul can rest There among the pure and holy She forever will be blessed There among the blessed angels She Is robed In spotless white Where the sun forever shineth And day Is never dimmed by night ROWENA TICHENOR Pleas Dont Knock Why anyone will persist In talking down the town In which he lives moves and has his being Is strange And It turfs the town too As tor instance the other day a good ctU zen came to our town to quietly lookI Und and buy n home hero but before leaving lie had heard so much croaking and frocking against tile town by its own citizens that he went away In disgust Ho didnt know that was just n habit with some ot our cltI- zens and doesntt mean anything Sto- t Pasmen stop It It you want to buildup your town talk it up Somewhat Mixed A young lady visited a cooldng schoo recently and her attention was divldtd between u dress worn by a friend and directions for making cake Sa when she undertook to write tile recipe fcr tier mother tile old lady was paralyzed to rend the following Take two pounds or flour three rows of plaiting down the front the w41te ot two eggs cut bias a pint ot milk ruffled round the nock halt oref trimming grated lemon peel wits1 Lace fichu stir Well and add a semi fitting paletot with vlslte sleeves gar nish with icing and passementerle Bake In nmodemtely not oven until the skltrt Is tucked from the waist o down In either side and finish with large satin rosettes What Becomes of Corn People often wonder particularly those Who have traveled for hundreds ot miles through the corn belt What becomes ot the corn that Is grown every year says the Corn dbeporter- In the year 1908 when the total crop was 2666000000 bushels 24100000- bushels were consumed In flour an grist mill products 8000000 bushol- to the manufacture pt starch 900I 000 bushels for malt liquors 170000000 bushel In the production ot distilled liquors 40000 bushels for glucose i90 000000 bushels for export and 13Q00J 000 bushels for seed making a total ot 618000000 bushels or 1103 Per centI ot the entire crop TIle 807 per cent or 2148000000 bushels- seem to have been used almost entirely for feeding purposes Nother One Goes It It Is President 1afts policy to appoint Southern Democrats to the best offices Mr Bryant can truthfully say that another plank Is his platform has been ruthlessly seized uponI Chicago News 4 wi 4 j pIw L 1 rtj t WORtD PROD W t ION or hOtD F nw Large Increase Throug1 proved Method of Mg JIUnited States Produces 3 ifent Of the Entire t Output tgj best year sold productlonJJ feast ed while In the previous yealttilere was a decrease In aU soutesutsu p ply except the Trnassrsl ferous region mh4oi has cess ot development for continues to turn out a annual and to hold unprecedI the greatest producer to The marvelous flUUtuln rogian Is Indicated by Its ed yield Is 1888 tho coverry which was due totlfustum bl1ng ot a Pony over a bowider jn the Rand which lbowlder revealed to the riders a deposit ot gold tide output cams but l1tt1o more than 4 percent lOt the total gold production or- aU countries now the output is 40 per cent Then Australia yielded 35 per cent of such production nOw the percentage is 17 The United State lncrOO8ed its output la he la8tdeoade to 31 per cent ot the wildJI ld now the percentage Is 22 Otherca tries show more or lees au meribtl anon In the early years of the due tol lowed iby later decreases TieYu1ro field In Canada after producln g Qnnu any 1000000 ounces for dive years to 1902 now yields barely one thlid that average Mexican Russian and 1aa Jean min show lnClOOBOS in 1908 Cdi pared with 1907 and the 1lUirkatl seems to give promise ot large augme tallow whop alluvial ijeposiJJ of th esmetal shall be dredged and goldex Exeplorora ot gildtieldsprofiUng bY their own experience or that of otherS may be possessed lOt more or doss accurate knowledge are peering Ia tcaevery cmvtoe or sock every shallo stream and every place where go may reasonably be expected to b found Sorhe after weary iptdddn g become discouraged and abandon the search but the quest will Continue by some one and some Ume tt will be rewarded with success Statlstler how that from 1884 to 1907 inclusive the value ot theloloJda output ot gold has been 1000900000 Adding the estimated stock It end ot 1893 the visible product valued It 6000000000 Measured by troy ounces Australia produced 33 000000 Afrim 93000 the Unlted 9ta 24000000 Canada 6000000 Rus 9000000 Mexico 3600000 ondotilier producers 6000000 a total or 137000 0000 ounces In a little more than 27 yenta Judging by that the development will be us great in the future nthe past Ln the early periOd of gold discoveries alluvial deposits w re- ohletly worked through the employ = mentotslulcesolother forms of hydraulic mining and In California 87 percent of the gold produced for sunny years alter the discovery of tae metal was obtained through those nrocoeees and hut 12 per cent was the result or miming or the procurement or quartz Its crushing and tJq extmctlon- ot gold Iby reduction jn the Aros veal quartz wining was tile process from the beginning Now an veins are apparently exhausted drllUng In scare ot now veins Is grrosecutGd with more or less success and us the drill die closes the locality ot the vela dlg gingnnd blasting uncover the treasure In Alaska as above noted el luYlal deposits were rorked noo theSe have thus far been almost whollrTe- I lied upon The cook wlrloli Is bCllev edto be the source of such deposits will now bo attacked In the YUkon the method ot working the frozen earth dust below the surface has ibeep attended wIth only comparatively mea gar results Now pew p oseearavo been employed Shniis have been stink Iand the presence ot the metal has been dlactased Examine Coins Thenscopper that quite valuable and worth from double to us muck as 1000 for a single dollar rIuny181 f dollars and quarters are worit as much as 26 according to their clatei and preservation A few days nga- Cinclnnatf a Tam when pay fog for M1 exchnggtti silver whiob sold nths- ame f day for 800 and could Duet weal have gotten 1000 Mir Jofii lGrimes has a coin book and Is wthIng out for prize coinslfarmdebur f k Democrat frThe Job Has Soft Finish the careers of Cortelyeu and full of encouragement forprla Secretary CarpenterOhlcago rrrt1iUe j t f loo i TII 1 ji I i i 1 t IJh t Piano Subscripti Dayr J t Contest is 1 t a fI CreatingMucb lnter st J Y S 4DOOO PIANO 1 GIVEN AWAY per r IOO jnPrizAlready Awarded MANYOtHER HANDSOME PRIZES TO FOLLOW TheBiggest Contest EiverInaugurated in OhioCo9nty- e r A first class Piano will be given to some young lady itOhio County on GASH subscriptions only to The Hartford Republican hoThe circulation departmehtlol the Hartford Republican fs conducting the Btgge tConte thet Qh4o county r ba ever had Arrangements ravc been made to give sway absolutely tree to a popular girl 1s thlb county magnificent 900 Plano tIhe yours lady who secures the greatest number of yotes during too nextelght6r wtea weeks will got the piano tHow many votes shee may get depends upon her efforts and the number or friends she hen who stands by her Jesthe Plano ea first prize we x111 give sway haadsome Qrizer to deell youngiadles who work Many special premiums will be offered during the contest 4 Every Girl in Ohio County IWIU have an opportunity to win some prize during the contest Sixteen young ladies were awarded prizes Saturday March 20th These same girls as well as all others Who desire to enter the Detest will have an oP portunlty to win a prize another prize during the contest Watch our columns for announcement of other special prizes We mgt Insist that partiess desiring to vote must not ask out advice as to Whom toi vote for as the contest must rise conducted entirely fair to one and aU and no one will be favored more tba another whowsone you know ot persons who have not yet renewed their subscriptions gett them to pay upend get their votes getti paperr r No one Closely R EditorsFamily H II I c j S srlCIi II j asS Jtl Hc tll T a 0 be C5 sII asa 1111 oo c Lo atm0- o i sa04s 13 0 0 AIswj o a 1rn BOgn t bO s casb- O S 0 IIr I o s Q be II tJM t- nc11Cc m1- E 0sbO II isi4 t NoMinatoll Blank I Every new subscriber and every oldsubscriber who pays j 1 one year in advance from date of payment will receive the R Missouri and Kansas Firmer free n I Until April 3 all money turned il will entitle contestant to- the Nllowiing vote 1 iF tion 1000 Vores for achD9JlartBack or Renewal Subscriptens800 otesf r Each Dollar rin ALL BALLOTS MUST BE VOTED WHEN ISSUED J However they may be deposited in tfiaballot boxx at stay time before riteJclose o1 the Contestt vy J tt rS if 9sc t it 1- I 15Jri r P f Sr- v t t r 7K 5iL 7 7 i fiROVER CLEVELAND AND WMMGKINtEY How Former Received News Of the Assassination He Was Horrlfid by the Report And Unable to Say Anytning On the atteli1ool that President Ire Klnley was slot nt BuUalo Mr Clove land was dishing with n lend lm 0 small lake In the Borshlres At about sunset n UIoan wns seem rowing rapidly out toward the exPrcsidentB boot Mr Cleveland ho shouted os he drew vlthln call President McKinley has bone assaSSlnated- mie exIiresldent did not Start He simply looked at the stranger too much amazed by this bolt out of the blue to wry anything Zlho man came nearer I toll you he repeated panting from ibis rapid rowing President McKinley has been hotkUledl Mr Cleveland ecrutrnized the strand or a moment In grave silence betray Ing nothing of What he thought or felt Then making sign to show At- be had hoard and appreciated what the tho man wished to say his gaze dropped to his Une again though of ooursc- be was not thinking of fishing now The bearer at bad tidings looked flt the apparently stolid figure of the st lent fisherman You dont seem to be much excited about ft he muttered and putting about rowed slowly to shore Mir Cleveland waited a lIttle while still In profound slonce then thought fully reeling In his line she merely said to his friend Well I guMS we may- as Well go On the way to shore ho disjointed his rod In his careful deliberate manner put It In the case saying nothing At the lauding he was met by the nearest local correspondent or a cer tain New York newspaper also quite excited and not a little embarrassed- by ibis unwelcome nsslgnment Im sorry to trouble you ell he said but tiny paper wants me to get 200 words from you on the assasetna- tion of the President Mr Cleveland at first shook his head SaY this he flnaLly answered that In common with ull docent pat riotic morloan citizens I am co hoorI rifled by this report that I am unable to say anything mhos turning hanti ly away he drove off wltlr Iris friend and for some time mid nothing even to him as the carriage jolted over the hilly roads and the sunset faded Then suddenly ns l they too teen talking aU the time he said aloud Well It may not be true Rerent ly he added Well It may be true that ho has boon slot It may not be true that ho ties been killed After that there WM still a longer silence until finally just before the end of th driveIt was now quite darkhe be gan to talk and note ttc extrabrdl- nnry prescience or the conoluslon he reached as a result of his slow silent brooding upon He momentous tid Ings P1rst of fill lte said l the rolort wree true te thing could hard ly have been dOe py u dlsIPIolnted office seolwr IWI In the case of poor Garfield for the circumstances at the time were mot such ns to make that very probable Nor to explained W39 It very tlkoly thot labor troubles ooul have been the Immediate cause there wore JIO strikes of Importance on at the time Othor posyiblo agencies were pawed In luvlow and cast aside as poselhlo but hardly probable So he added quietly but with the divina tion of a seer of old If I1cKln lay Gas been shot there Is mo other ex illanation than that U tea been by the band ofsomo foreign Naarcalst Informed and within a few boors he was reliably teat this iiredsely ayas the rose Later wton Mr McKinley died the whole world Including em doubt the stranger In the rowboat was surprised and touohed at the depth of feeling shown by this rugged Old statosman in his public utterance concerning the natioqa great calamity How Hunters Dress in Africa We both wore kthkl for daytime and warm clothes for night whon sitting around too c mp os after the su r goes down a groat ohlll immediately set tles down that makes winter clothing and It good big flremostossentlal during thf daytime we always wore pIth lelmots wtrout sometimes oar ly In the morning end late In the afternoon wren he sun Is nOt at Its maximum n double terel felt bat may be tiubftJtuted Jt Is far more com tortabl than the elmct and some men wear them altogot1or but the behnet Is generally considered proforabl- o45additlonalprotectlon wowore sun pads wblcbJcovored t IlTose- t awl f are sserel9 heavy quilted sttpe toot resoh trosithe ooliar to below the ehouldres sere vfere add e144 the effect of tie eua was jUst as deadlyat- thia point se on the Cfldfdo net know 1atmexlmum the thcrmout- eter would reac1ln the sun nil IwaS afraid to leave It exposed when It got higher than a little above 150 degrees as bend that point there was great danger ofbrcak4ng it ItlJ the shnde the temperature would be usually from 85 to 100 degrees but there wasi alma a breeze blowing and the dryness of the lr cooled one off quite rapldty as soon as ono got out of the sun It was always writ In the morning when we started out at the first peep of light and we were USUAlly shivering for a few minutes prior to the suns appearance Day does not dawn in equatorial Africa but Itbul1Stsl It Is dark one minute and full sunlight the next for the sun goes down and the night comes all as It a curtain had suddenly been pulled down over the west and the chill of might beoglns In Memory of Mrs E BITichenor- She Bleeps II proceful dreamless sleep She rests from labors passed Beneath the mOund where myrtles creep In sunshine and In blast O let her sleep for oft ter brow ova- pressed With thorns of care 0 let her sleep forever blessed On F7dena shore so fair Twas Jesus called her to come home In bUss she laid Nfe down A wanderer no more to roam She fought and won the crown She left her trrnsured ones behind fro mourn In bitter tears ut Jesus onn each torn heart bind And drive away all feaTS She was constant true and noble A wlte and mother too But she sleeps beneath the roses And Hoaen vaulted blue Yes ehee gone to join the loved ones parenta and friends gone before Who are waiting to receive her- On that bright celestial shore Whore the righteous only enter And the weary soul can rest There among the pure Bind holy She forever will be blessed There among the blessed angels She Is robed In spotless white Where the sun forever hlneth And day Is never dimmed by night ROWENA TICHENOR Pleas Dont Knock Why anyone Will persist In talking down the town In which he lives moves and has his being Is strange And It hurts the town too As for Instance the other day a good citizen came to our town to quietly look axpund and buy a home here but before leaving he had heard so much croaking and knocklng against the town by Us IOwn citizens trot he went away In disgust He didnt know that sna just a habit with some of Our clU tens and dOO9I1ft mean anything Stop It men stop ill If you want to build up your town talk It up Somewhat Mixed A young lady visited a coolcing shhoo recently and tel attention tans dlvidcd between u dreasx rn by a friend and directions for nuking cake Sa when she undertook to write tile recipe for nor mother the old lady was paraly zed to read the following Take taro pounds of flour three roWS of plaiting down the front the white of two eggs cut bias a pint of milk ruffled round the nock half pound currijftls with seven yards of bead trimming grated lemon peel wit 11 ILlCe fichu stir well and add It semi tilting paletot with visits sleeves gar nlsh with Icing and passementerle Sake In nmoderotely hot oven until the skirt Is tucked train the waist on down In either side and finish with large satin rosettes What Becomes of Corn People often wonder particularly those who have trovelcd for hundreds of miles through the corn belt what booomes of the corn that Is grown every year says the Corn Reporter In the year 1908 when the total crop was 2666000000 bushels 241000000 bushels were consumed In flour and grist mill products 8000000 bushels In the manufacture pf starch 900 000 bushels for malt liquors 17000000- ushel In the production ot distilled liquors 40000 bushels for glucose 190 100000 bushels for export and 13000 000 bushels for seed making a of 5180000000 bushel8 or q03 per cent of the entire crop The remaIning 807 per cent tr 2148000OOObushe18 seem to have been used almost entirely for feeding purposes Nother One Goes It It Is Prosidentafta policy to appoint Southern Democrats to the best offices Mr Bryant can truthfully say that another plank Is his platform has been ruthlessly seized upon Chicago News tt Jl tttf J I cve LJ WORlm PRODUG tON of fiDEl s Large Increase ThrouklUm proved Method of Miring J y 1 United States Produces 31 perCeI Of the Entire r f Output itj Last year gold productionr ns ed while in the previous year tJ1ere all routcesbt supply ova a decrease In except the Transveul this aml femur region mhtoi has been inpro- ce of development for two decode continues to turn out It greater sum annual and to hold the record as greatest producer in the VOTld Ire marvelous fruIUuln1F9 of the region 16 Indicated by Its unprecedented yield In 1888 the years of Ito dlsc- ove11Y which ova due to stun bUng of a pony over a bowler In the Rand which loowlder reveled to the riders a deposit or gold tire out put mus but little more than 4per cent of the total gold production call countries now the output Is 40 per cent Tben Australia yielded 35 per cent of600b production now the percentage is 17 The United State Increased Its output In he Lastdecad to 31 per cent of the WD ldaleld now the percentage Is 22 Othei COM tries show ogre or less augtnsututlm in the early years of the dece4e fool lowed by later decreases Ti e Yukon field in Canada after produCing 11 any 1000000 ounces forfve years t 1902 now yields barely onethird tha average Mexican Russian and Alas ham mines show increases 1n1908 Cdt paved with 1907 and the Alaska seers to give promise of large augmentation when alluvial ldepositJ of the metal shall be dredged and VOld extraction tram quartz prosecUted Explorers of gU4 fields proflUng by their own experience or that of othhrswlu may be possessed of more Or less ac curate knowledge nro peering Jnto every crevice of rock every shnllow stream and every plaCe where cold may reasonably be expected to be found Some lllfte weary plodding become dloceuraed and abandon the search but the quest will continue bY some one and some time tt will be rewarded with success Stnt1sttcr how that from 1884 to 1907 inclusive the value of the world + output of gold has been 4000900000 Adding the estimated stock it the end of 1893 the visible product oval valued nt 6000000600 feaSUred bY troy ounces Austrolla vroductclJ 33 000000 Attica t3Qoo the Untted9tato 24000000 Canada 0400000 RU88lal 9000000 hfextoo 3500000 and other producers 6000000 a total of 137000 0000 ounces In n little more than 27 years Judging by that the develop ment will be as great in the future os Inthe past In the early periOd of gold dl1OOveries alluvial deposits were chiefly worked through the employ mentof lulces 01 other forms of try droullc mining and is California 87 per cent of the gold produced for anal years after the discovery of tae rnoa was obtained through these Vroces and but 12 per teat Vas the result of miming or the procurement of quartz Its crushing and thq extructlor of gold by reduction In the Trana- vaal quartz mining was the procoe from the beginning Now Is veins are apparently exhausted drl1Ung in searo of new veins Is Prosocutgdwlthmon or lees success and OS the drill die closes the locality of Ue vein Ug gang and blasting uncover the treasure In Alaska us above noted el luvlal deposits were worked and the o have thus far been almost wholly 10 lied upon The sack which Is bellev edto be the wurce of such depoeitz will mow be nttackCd In the YUkon the method of working the frozen earth just below the surface bas rbeel attended with only oomparativelydnea gel results Now mew processes nVO been emplOyed shafts rave been wnk and the presence of the metal habeer disclosedExamine Coins t Examine your coin money Therc are many pieces of gold silver and copper that are quite valuable find worth from double to as much as 1000 for It single dollar i1any ball dollars and quarters are worth as much as 25 according to their dates 1and preservation A few days ho a Cincinnati mM when paling far an eyeopeer received In exchnxge n silver dollar which he sold the same day for 800 and could just as weal have gotten 1000 1Lr John H Grimes lass a coin book and ls watch lag out for prize comaliarrodeburg Democrat The Job Has Soft Finish rJ10 careers of Cortelyon and are full of encouragement for private Secretary Carpenterohicagorrr1btUWi J Y J tv o I rtfI REPUBtIIAN f UA Pyiaro SubscriptijJ wr J j t E Contest is- r r Creating Much Interest i1PIANO J GIVENr- 4w AWAY per IOOjn Prizes Already Awarded MANY OTHER HANDSOME PRIZES TO FOLLOW Tie Biggest contest Ever Inaugurated in Ohio Cony I A first class Piano will be given to some young lady in Ohio County on- t CASH subscriptIons only to The Hartford Republican The clrculatlondepeitmehto the Hartford Republican Is conducting the Biggest Contest that Ohio county has ever had Arrangements have been made to giveaway absolutely free to a popular girl lc thia county a magnificent 400 Plano tThe young lady who secures the greatest number of votes during the next eight or ton weeks will get the piano lHow many votes she may get depends upon her efforts end the number of friends she has who stands by her IdeethePiano 8S first prize we will give away handsome tprlzeJto all young ladles Who work Many special emlurna will be offered during the contest Every Girl in Ohio County 1 j IWUl have an oppOrtunity to win some prize during the contest Sixteen young ladles wore awarded prizes Ie Saturday March 2th Those same girls as well os all others Who desire to enter thecohtest will have an oP portuntty to win a prize or another prize during the contest Watch our columns for nnouncettlent of other special prizes We must insist that parties desiring to vote must not ask cud advice as to whom vote for as the contest must be conducted entirely fall to one end all and no one will be favored more tha another rhe girl who stays busy will be the One who stands the best chants of wInning If you have friends who are not taking the 1 epublican see them at once and get their subscription before some one else does It you know of persona who have not yet renewed their subscriptions get them tQ pay up and get their votes 1- It you knoW of persons who are 1nurcars on subscription we can tell you these get them to pay up and get their votes Ballot box will be In our oftfcc until the JaB WCSk Watch the announcements In the paper No one Closely Related to Employed by or in any way Connected with any Member of the Editors Family Qt Office Help will be Eligible toEnter this Contest 0D05 n a- H I s s 4 11= Sr- C C i zcu 7 I 7- 1f cs gs U u fJ y cu WWc S o Io Iis is dO Kl 5yrocoUC gj g f 4II S I CC r 0 as engcu om S dEt0 ss gj p jINoMinationu j rl Every new subscriber and every old subscriber who pays one year jn advance from date of payment will receive the It Missouri and Kansas Farmer freeII 1 Until April 3 all money turned in will entitle contestant to the following voter New Subscriptions 1000 Votes for Each Dollar Back rR newatSubscriptio s800Votesfor Each Dollar 1 I ALL BALLOTS MUST BE VOTED NlSSUED l ver they may be depositejlin tit baIIot box atany time before tllt close of the ContestSi JiJ Yrt r cod C I lf PNXSCANA + USED iF 4 BEE STING L To CtireRhetunatlsntand obtained1iood Results 1 Two or Three fees Are Used atI First Thelias Many as ten t Sttilgthe Patient iJdfIo prtSwami rcpfries from Stocldbrldge Itoosevelt p1 for the lest twoI V weekstas been experimenting with muoh success on rheumatic patients la the Hospital Phe treatment con lsrte simply pt a sting or stings from a gOOdoldJi9JIeytbeeonthatpart of ttote auatasup effected with toe painful complaint Dr Swan comes from Stockbrldgo Maas and when a boy te learned all 8obutthe supetrstltions and BO dear to the Iwart of New Engtandel1lI especially the farmers Among them was one that a IbeestJngW a sure cure ora preventive of tmeumatlEtrn PwPYeJl1go he waa graduated from he lege ot Physicians and- Surgeons sad since that time has attached to Roosevelt Hospital The eutferlng1fromthe story of the bee After thinking it aver for some time be determined 1motlherbridge and asked leI to send him 100 choice honey bees each Week Hha f 1twol c Howithe treatment is given was ex planned to a Times reporter last night by Dr Swank He pointed out that dbaJ W 1 Iew fenglaod superstition men tioned f I base eo tab tried the treatment on four obstinate cues said Dx t Swann and at least it has resulted In temporary Improvement In each case I had nothing to back my be lief However I think this is based on the fact that the sting causes a counter irritation or that the peculiar poteoa of the bee sting acU tts an an f tldote to the uric acid Xrtilch causes rheumatism II u1 picked out fAUdbf the woretauf tarera tram rfieUtaaUsm those who e Joints and Ikobft Were stiffened 6y tho disease After washing the afflicted ports with atchohol so os to In sure pwfetfc cleonJlness I put twoor three late into a glass and tiien in VLl ted We glass over the limb which I rcoVer with1 a piece of thin gauzec After a while the bees got butYt and when the pattest was stung once or twice they were removed The patient la watohed very closely and the treatment renewed dally the number of bees being increased until I have seen as many as ten bees under the glass at a time Aa I feato the results have been moat satisfactory but it is too early yet to say anything about the ultimate result of my experiments I hope to try It out on BOOKS 6Q or 70 patients before I oometo any definite conclu sion but so tar aa it has gone I am well satisfied with the ext1erlmcmtE It isa wellknown fact thatpeople keeping bees and those who come hi contact with thom are seldom afflict ed iwitK rheumatism although there are those who prefre the latter to a good sting from a yellow jacket or bumble beefNotice All jpersens having claims against the estate of 10 Taylor deceased are notified tt present stare to Bar net d Anderson AUys Hartford Ky on or bdtore April 1 1909 or they will be forever barred This Fblt 180- 0UB6 ARb DXVSNI llIN Admr 32S ftofcheater Ky W 1w Safeguards fM YOnng Men Jfow hiftV 1ii the Bafeguards ofI SwiftB seer ltaC that Bafcguard of loveowMebihoffehere aw those wino barer n i4lA of Use pleasures that con Cnmtearound the word home erhapa your early abode was shadowed with ylco Olpoverty Iamb fronds 8lldetukacoandBC- IOwltngmay iave destroyed all f the aaacUty of that spot Lave kindness and selfsacrifice which leave built their aitewr in so many abodes were strangers fin your ers feouee God pity your y maL You never had a home But 09kf1 iforget it may have been a lowly roof but you cannot think of U now without a dealt of emotion You have sego nothingi oo earth t law sytira+ year setf A dtrsager t lGSdag etoa8thatT1ave IJsee f no1lWDC remrJNI 1t but 9hl hcm ok k nseatis to y w tJ A i I I rWBep 9 pn patece Y dose i ime 00 much lo you as tLQsetbtigtt Itnrafters Parks sad powers and tacoSfrp t or theP1aIiiarp ftpuea ant wtiuwedporter in full dress does anea so much to you as that swteigFlDgi gate your teron one sldeofitamdyo on the other She gone fifteen yeii ago into glory Tha scene coming baqfc to you as you adopt sward end forward on the sate slngfngiihe songs xVf your childhood But there are thoeo wloMve their second dwelling place It is your adopted 1at also la scared forever Ttoere you eatabltehi the first family alter There your childrenwen born Jnthat room fiappei the wfej of the death angel that root when your workl s ittne1U erped tfi lie down and die trhreia oqlj one w11nallithe language that Cain convey your idea of that plate and that word 1s home Iwo never knew a man a4uo Was faithful toila early and adopted home who twos over at the same time to aby S form of wickedness ID you find more enjoyment In the clubroom- In the literary society in the nit saloon than you do in these unpretending boons pleasures you lire on mayboeue sso andalthough you may be separated m8oll your kindred young man there not a room somewhere that you can UOurownT Though it be the fourth story of a third clam boarding house Into that room books pictures aunt a hanp Hang your moUierfl portrait over thee mantle Bid unholy mirth stand from that threshold tense some spot in that room WIth the knee of prayer By memory of other days a fathers counsel a mothers love and a sisters confi call it home IINDIUN OR DYSPEPSIA Misery from an Upset Stom ach Goes in five Minutes Take Some Diapepsin Now And Forever end All Distress Fro- mA Disordered Stomach hereEvery family ought to keep some Dlapopsin In the house as any ne of may have am aUuck of tdooor Stomach trouble at any time day or night v This haimeB iweportcMom will di gait un lhing you vast held overcome a hour ftomaoh live minutes aftenwarda- It your meal dont tempt you or nttit lithe you do eat teems to till you or JOJB use slump of dead in your stomach or If you hate heaanUjurn that is k sign of Indigestion t- Ask your PfhannBciBt for a 50cent case of Pupas Dtopdpto and take one triangle after supper lonJght There win be no sour risings no belching of undigested food mixed with add co stomach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy looHng in the stomach Nausea DetoHltatlng ieadacbes busters or InteEtlcal grijilnfe This will oil go and besides where will be no sour food loft over in the stomach topoi son your broth ytth nauseous odors PapeS Dlapepsln is a certain cure or all stomach misery becauso it will take God of your food and digest It just tote eame as it your stomach wasnt there Abtual prompt relief for all your Bbomach mleery ia at your Hhannacist waiting for you Itoesa herbs 60oent oases cdalala more than sufficient to cure a case of Dyspepsia or IhdigasOOO Which Foot Walks Faster You may think this Ur a Very ellly question to ask but It isnt a lint that nfter you will find before you fcaye gone 60 yards that you Isave Veered very much to one ride You must not make any effort of course toi keep In the center but 4f you will think of somethng end endeavor to walk naturally you will not be able to keep a correct lee M you lob yonsedt os alt iercpaaee oG bleak moon laRd and waito on you will describe ylroleo f The aplanatlon of tis lies in the of one foot to walk dos aongerrstride than the obits r you to w k to one eide Totaakq assurance doubly lure try pkclBg two sticks about eiafhi feet apart then stand oft about 60 feet bMndCold yourself and endeavor to w lCbetween theol It is almost tm eepopelbie I I 1 M t cic1I 1 i ANDERSON TO NAVE ANOTHER TRIAL With Change of Venue to Another County Court of Appeals Holds That Evl dence Was Sufflcent to Justify Conviction T S Anderson convicted nt the last criminal term of the Dayles circuit court and sentenced to three years In the penitentiary on the charge of swearing to a false state ment in connection with the affairs ofhe DarvlesB County Bank and Trust company will have a new trial The Court of Appeals on Thursday of last week reversed the Davies Circuit Court and remanded the case for a new trial iwlttt Instructions that the venue be changed to some other county and that it be tried by a judge than the regular judge of this dis trict T F Blrkhead- Tihe opinion which was written by Judge Beaker Is concurred in by the entire court It Iholds that the only errors In the record are the refuasl of Judge Blrkhead to vacate the bench after the defense tad filed an affidavit stating grounds achy be should do BO and iis refusal to transfer the ease to another county For trial after the defense had moved for change of venue and supported hIs motion by testimony With these exceptions there are no errors In the record according to the find- Ing of the Court of Apeals It is held that the evidence was sufficient to justify a conviclton that the puniuhment fixed woos not excos slvethatthe indictment was sound mid that the notary public who swore Anderson to the statement was quail tied to administer such an oath The latter point Is one of muohi Interest 8S led It remained Undecided it would have been loaded as a loop hole by the Parrlshcs in the false wearing and subornation cases against them which is being tried at tfawMvllle this week There is some speculation as to where the venue will go when the fflBo against Anderson is again caned It is practically certain that the moo will not be transferred to Han cock county as all of tie Parrish cases are now in that court Its aTop Notch Door Great deeds compel regard The world crowns Ita doers Thats why the American people have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the King of Throat and Lung remedies Every atom Is a health force It kjllri germs and colds and la grippe Vanish It heals coughrocked membranes and coughing tops Sore inflamed bron chial tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages cease Dr Geo More Black Jack N C Writes it cured me- of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors 60c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggist tn Can Americans Talk IAn obstacle to good conversation Is the American passion for ideas Al though in all conversation there should be Ideas yet I am certain that these ought not to be made the ruling topic A philOsopher as philosopher can not be made personally interesting Conversation exists to amuse and to amuse by making special appeal to the imagination and sense1 of wit Philosophers and mathematicians are here to instruct us and to instruct the world1 but I do not enter a room full of pleasant people to gather wisdom I enter such a clr eke as I go to see a picture or listen to II song or as I I1ancethl1tlmY muse myself and invigorate myself nd raise my natural spirits and learn to understand and love my felkwcre turea and that I may laugh dull care sway True there must be ideas aa In all amusements worthy of the name thare isa certain seriousness Impos Ible to define only they must be kept in the background and must tire lerye a wellbred behavior aottarasfc ng themselves In our faces aa C hy- do8 much when AtoBriciitfB talk Rather they should be ilVe elderly chaperons in apatty t young people who gossip together and keep th proprieties but take no part in the dancing Ideas are ttladeMght of the Imma ure and toe young Tie youth who her spent life Mfe Under the Btimv fnsof emulation ban not conceive ol talk as aaytbing different from angu mean fox that reason ie likes ideas and aftxrveall IdeaS that appeal to tin moral sense iace hei dull of the moral sense as dlttle corrected by ex perience as whoa die mother ticst planted itlnkt lntaatmind In conversation the teteUect musl be humble and remembertht It Is to Beryentyand natthe maeter am t f t t r o science must veil her Jiaugbty pretensions What is wanted Is the something which is behind both Intel lectand conscience affection both Intellect and consciece affecI sympathy hope joT pity sor row alto but In its social dress and on its good behavior On the ensue terms all tae malignant passions may enter even hatred anger and con tempt Everything human la welcome but must abide the rules Talken 8uldnot be too old either old people losing their interest tn life become egotists interacted only In themselves Young mldde age Is best while youthful ardor is still pres activecuriositylese daring and bold surmises Youth la all Intellect and the moral sense It touches life at few points Some day a great writer dramatist on story teUer will arise and capturing the American ear write about It with tenderness with love and re spect yet with irony with Ironyeince not otherwise could the true litera ry man preserve that oomposture and dignity which Is traditional with ibis race Yet at the eame time he must not smile it all away only restrain It BO that it may take its due place as one of the attributes of the American personality and not like Aarons rod swallowing all the rest Harpers Weekly Money Comes In Bunchos to A A Chisholm of Treadwell N Y now His reason is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver consti- patiOn nervousness and general debility he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker every day in spite of all medi cal treatment Then I used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my oldtime health and vigor Now I can attend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for Stomach Liver Kidney Blood and Nerves 50o at all druggist m Neighbors iA good neighbor Is always the most desirable of possessions although In some cases their social value Is under estimated What constitutes a good neighbor is also frequently miscon strued although the sensible accop tlon of true term is the neighbor who is friendly without being officious helpful without being superfluously so and finally one who respects the privacy of others household affairs by a certain degree of formality of manner tin- The social neighbor is not always the useful neighbor yet each In her place has special Influences to exert of equally beneficial consequences Tine sympathetic neighbor is also a popular one but she has to exercise continuous tact lest her solacing in fluence may occasionally be overdone or utilized at untimely periods The Inquisitive neighbor is always a dread to everybody within the reach of her inquisitive curiosity as she does not seem to have any intuitive respect for others feelings as rgeards their divul gence of personal affairs to an out sider The truest and most respected of all neighbors however is the one who devotes the largest snare of her sym patnles to her own affairs is chary of administering unsolicited advice and who always waits until her social and useful capacities are requested and never renders herself officious even In her most sanguine efforts at proving to be a good raelghibor State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County SB Prank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in tbo City ofToledo county and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sun of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of Decem ber A D 1886 A W QLBASON Seal NOTARY PUBLIC Malls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally Mid acts directly on the blood and mupouB surfaces ot the system Send for testimonials free P J CHENEY O Toledo 0 G9old toy all Druggists 7Sc rake Halls Family Pills for con stipation The Eternal Masculine A study of the trouser legs as seen note ed men brings the smile of contempt from even thomost disinterested and one wonders If anything could jbe uglier than the concertina folds of the clumsy elephantine outlines that are there to be seen Breeches knlckerd and kilts are all far more artistic and healthy =Tailor and Cutter I Dog Dentist Makes Fortune Tie man with an Idea is the one who prospers those days An idea has been the making of a young man who starved for a few years waiting for patients to come to his dental I office uptown Satisfied that he was 1 lcjV f d I 29YEARSOf bf E is Back of Eve- ryMONUMENT bit b SOLD BY US GEC MISGHEL SONS i = RRORRIKTORa = Owesnboro Monumental Works 1it IfI 412414 B Main St Yards 2142162I8 Clay St b LIfI OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Jl Ci Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You y = Money on All Good Honest WorK b 54 + 10M U fTTf THE KENTUCKY H Light and Power Co INCORPORATED t- WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT COST + CLEANiELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH iE G BARRASS Manager IU + loUt oJ For LameBack An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloans Liniment 1 This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters It penetrates without rubbingthrough the skin muscu lar tissue right to the bone quickens the blood relieves congestion and gives permanent as well as temporary relief y s2i Sloans 1 1 Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles t or joints Price 25c Me and 100 Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass U S A SloMttbook OB hone oattlshesp and poultry seat tree Ina field that was overcrowded he decided to strive out along a new line He became a dog dentist Now he rolls money or has rolls of it His office luxuriantly fitted up Isln Fifth avenue He la kept busy and exacts big fees A dog with an un sound tooth Is an abomination Tie pets of society women get far too much candy and that means a tar vest for the lucky oproator There are women who take their dogs around at regular intervals for the 1I l I and I Inspection of their teeth One Boston bull of society has a gold crown Bos ton bulls are poor representatives of their kind when it comes to teeth and they are most often in the den tal chair But the terrier of all va rieties gets there too and the col lie and the Pomeranian and the pug Gold silver and nUatlnum are used for fillings in fact the dogs are treated to the some dental pro ceases as human beiags New York Press I 4Iu- s HHfSIL1ANUSE i- r r BEE Silor t 1 To Cure Rheumatism and tObt fn aGoodResults JrlTwo or Three Bees Are Used at S First TheBWJifany as ten Stiag thelPatient J Dr Swann comes from StocUbrldge Roosevelt Hospital for the tIt two weep has been experimenting with muoh success da rheumatic patients ia the hospital The treatment eon IstaBiraply of a sting or stings from a good old honey bee on that part of the aMt aUliofedwith toe painful complaint Dr Swan comes from Stoctabrldge Mass arid when a boy he learaeft ail kboutthe superstitions and legend eb deer to the heart of New Bnglandere i clallytho farmers Among them was one that a tbee etlng wna a sure cure or a preventive of leumatism Two years ago he was graduated from the College of Physicians and Surgeons sad since that time has been attached to Roosevelt Hospital Tne number of inmates there suffering from rheumatism jedbim to remomber the story of the bee After thinking it over for some time be determined to try an experiment He wrote to tote mother Sirs John flwann of Stock bridge andasked Bier to send him 100 Lchoiee honey bees each week The fecconi consignment arrived a day or- T two ago How the treatment is given WaS exp alnedto a Times reporter last night by Dr Swann He pointed out that it waa merely an experiment and wasI based on nothing more solid than the old New knfcland superstition mentioned f J1V4 BO Jar tried the treatment on four obstinate cases t said Dr Swannk and afc least it hen resulted in temporary improvement In oath ogee I had nothing to back my belles However I think this is based on the tact that the sting causes a counter irritation or that the peculiar poteoa of the bee sting act tta an ant Odote to the uric acid Which causes rheumatism III picked out tit bf the worst ftuf terero from retttoatlsm those iwhose Joints and limb were stiffened 6y the disease After washing the afflic ted parts with atehohol so as to insure perfett cleanliness I put two or three bffes into a glass and then In vu tell We glass over the limb which I recover with a piece of thin gauze After a while the bees got busy and when the patlest was stung once or twice they wore removed The pa tient ia watched very closely and the treatment renewed dajly the number of boos being increased until I have seen as many as ten bees under the glass at a time As I said the results shave beenI most satisfactory but it is too early yet to say anything about the ultimate result of my experiments I hope toI try it out on some 60 or 70 patients before I cometto any definite conclusion but eo tar as It has gone I am well satisfied with the eXIierimenti It ie a wellknown tact that people keeping bees had those who come fa contact with them are seldom afflict ed with rheumatism although there are those who prefre the latter toa good sting from a yellow jacket or bumble bee IP Notice All persons having claims against the estate of L 0TaylcTj deceased am notified to present tern to Darn ft Anderson Attys Hartford Ky on or before April 1 1909 or they will to ferovw tarred this FOb 16 1809 LWNAilli 0XVBNPGnT Admr 321 eeerlKy W 57 Safeguards fit Young Men NoWLIh iM the safeguards of Jfodng enema TOie first safeguard of whWl w4 Want to speak la a love of- bonf9There are those alto have P no iAfea of the pleasures that con tenlrute around the word homeM erhapa your early abode was shadowed with vice or poverty Harsh wolfs and petulance and scrawling may have destroyed all the aaactity of that spot Love kindness and elfaerdUce which have built their altars In so many abodes were strangers in your fath ers house God pity you young man You never had a bane But a multi ude of young men can look Jack to the spot that they can never t forget It may hove been a lowl root but you cannot think of It now without a dash of emotion You have seen nothing aLearth that faas so sMrred your soul A BVanger resting along that place might see nothing remarkable about H but oil how much 1s meage to you 1 reeo jati palace walte does io m ati w Jaeh lo you M these iM1gh hewn rafters Parks and bowers sit mudSyou as fro4tor the plafa arlu douse and ringlag under the weeping wllI0fW Tile Jarred featewayi swung open by porter ia full Ureas doom not n- eo much to you ea thatewleginge atyou tlronone Bide of itsaid on the other She gone fifteen eug ago Into glary That scene back to you today as you swept backward and forward on tits singing the songs of root childhood- But there are those + who hove beir second dweUIrig place It isj your adopted homejrthat also le scared for ever There you establish the fIrst family alter There your children wens born that roon topped the wfag of the death angel Under that roof when your work Is done you expect tr lie down and die There la oat one worn kln all the language tha cun convex your Idea of that place arid that word to tome We never knew a man v1awas faithful toite earJy and adopted home who Iwaq given over at the same time to airy gross form of wfckednerea ifi yon find more enymO1tD the clubroom In the literary society In the ait swoon than you do in these unpretending home pleasures are on the road to ruin rIIhoushyou maybe cut off from your earlyaseoclatet and although you may toe separated from all your kindred young man Is there not a room somewhere that you can ecU your own Thougn it be the fourth story of a third class boardinghouse into that room gather books pictures and a fconp Hang your mothers portrait over the mantle Bid unholy mirth stand back from that threshold Conse crate some spot in that room with the knee of prayer By the memory of other days a fathers counsel a mothers love and a sisters confidence call it home Ie NOINDI6ESTION OR DYSPEPSIA Misery from an Upset Stomach Goes in five Minutes Take Some Diapepsin Now And j Forever end All Distress From A Disordered Stomach Every family here ought io keep some Dlapepsm In the bouse as anyone of you may nave am attack of InddgastJl nor SOomnch trouble at any time day or niight This hann B prtl0r6ion will di gait imjithdng yoU cot and overcome a sours omaoh five minutes after warda If yOUr meals dont tempt you or watt Ut le you do eat teems to fin you or JBJB like clump ot dead in your stomach or if you have heun burn that Is k sign of Indilgcetion t- Ask your Fmr moist for a 60cent case of Papes DIapoi mi and take ono triangle after supper tonight There wlM be no sour risings no belching of undigested food mixed with add no stomach gas or heartbumi fullness or heavy feclfngtln the stomach Nausea DebMltaitinB yeadaches iJlzilnesa or InteEilcal grliilnfe This will all go and besides there will beno eour food left over in the stomach topoi son your brcaili wttih nauseous odors Papeff Dlapepsln ia a certain cure for all stomaoh misery because It will take lhold of your food and digeet It just the same us it your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt relief for all you stomach misery is at your Pharmacist waiting for you Those lares BOccni eaM cdzMl- more than sufficient to tUna a case of Dyspepsia or Indlgestionu Which Foot Walks Fasttr You may think this Is arerq trllly question to ask but it isnt If you will take a paveirient that Is clear and walk briskly in thacen- ter you will find before you ba gone 60 yards that you leave veere very much to one side You m not make any effort of course keep in the center but 4f you will think of Bomethng and endeavor to walk naturally you will not be able to keep a correct HooIf you lose I youraetf on atrexpease ot blealk moor land and walk on you will describe complete circle Ttob JJplQi1a 1not the lies in the ipropenelty of one lottowalk1taa ter thanthe other or take a longer yoyu 46 wMk to one side TomakQ assurance doubly sure try placing two sticks about eight feet apart then stand oft about 60 feet blindfold yourself and endeavor to walk between them It is almost im i possible I r ANDERSON WE p ANOTHER TRIAL JWth Change of Venue toI Countye Court of Appeals Holds That Evi toiJustify Conviction T S Anderson convicted at the last criminal term of the Daviess circuit court and sentenced to three years in the penitentiary an the charge of swearing to a false state ment In connection with the affairs andtgibe Court of Appeals on Thursday of last week reversed the Davless Circuit Court and remanded the case for a new trial iwlthi Instructions that the venue he changed to some other county and that It be tried by a judge than the regular Judge of this district T F Blrkhead The opinion which was written by Judge Barker is concurred in by the entire court It holds that the only errors In the record are the refuaal of Judge Blrfchead to vacate the bench after the defense had flied an affidavit stating grounds why he should do so MIld his refusal to transfer the case to another county for trial utter the defense had moved for change of venue and supported Ills motion by testimony With these exceptions there are no errors In the record according to the find ing of the Court of Aipeals It is held that the evidence was sufficient to Justify a convlcltpn that the punishment fixed was not execs sive thatthe indictment was BOund and that the notary public who swore Anderson to the statement was quail fled to administer such an oath The latter point Is one of much Interest as had It remained Undecided It would have been pleaded as a loop hole by the Parrlahes in the false swearing and subornation cases against them which Is toeing tried at Howosvllle this week There Is some speculation as toI where the venue will go when the easy against Anderson is again callI ed It Is practically certain that the case will mot be transferred to Hancock county as all of tee Parrish cases ore now In that court Its a pNotch Doer Great deeds compel regard The world crowns 1U doers Thats why the American people have crowned Dr Kings New DIetthe King of Throat and Lung remedies Every atom is a health force It kills germs and colds and la grippe Vanish It heals obughracked membranes and coughing tops Sore inflamed bron chial tubes and lungs are cured WIdI hemorrhages cease Dr Geo More Black Jack N C writes it cured me of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors 60c 100 Trial hot tie free Guaranteed by all druggist In- Can Americans Talk IAn obstacle to good conversation is the American passion for ideas Although In all conversation there should be Ideas yet I am certain that these ought not to be made the ruling topic A philosopher es philosopher can not be made personally interest- Ing Conversation exists to amuse and to amuse by making special ap peal to the Imagination and sense of wit Philosophers and mathematicians are Ijere to Instruct us and to In struct the world but I do not enter torgather wisdom I enter such a clr cte as I go to see apicture or listen to mayaInleltIand raise my spirits and to understand and love my ifellowore otures and that I may laugh dull care away True there must toe Jdeas as In all amusements worthy of the name there is a certain seriousness impos stole to define only they roust be kept In the background and anust pro atotthrNdtour aa Y talktoy pooIpIe o proprieties but take no part in the dancing Ideas are tu Delight of the imma ture and the young Tine youth who has spent his life under the stlmu Ins of emulation can not conceive of talk as anything different from argu ments for that reason lie likes ideas and above all ideas that appeal to the moral reuse glace he la full of the moral sense as little corrected by ex perlence as whim his mother first pleated It In his Infant min In conversation the tateliect be humble and remember that itss the servant and not the m trand r conscience must yell her hautty pretensions What is wanted is the something which is behind both Intel lectand conscience affection both Intellect and consciece affcc sympathy hope joy ptY60r row alto but in Its social dress and on Its good behavior On the same terms till tie malignant passions may enter even hatred anger and contempt Everything human la welcome but must abide the rules Talkers should not be too old either old people losing their Interest in life become egotists interseted only in themselves Young mldde age is beset while youthful ardor Is still present and curiosity has become active curiosity so Intoxicating In Its awe- less daring and bold surmises Youth is Ail Intellect and the moral souse it touches life at few points Some day a great writer dramatist or story teller will arise and captur- Ing the American ear write about it with tenderness with love and aspect yet with Irony with ironyeince not otherwise could the true litera ry man preserve that oamposture and dignity which Is traditional with hIs race Yet at the mme time he must J not smile It all away only restrain it so that it may take Its due place as one of the attributes of the American I personality and not like Aarons rod Swallowing all the rest Harpers Weekly Money Comes In Bunchos to A A Chisholm of Treadwell N Y now His reason Is wallworth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver consti pation nervousness and general de bility he writes I couldnt sleep j had no appetite nor ambition weaker every day In spite of all oat treatment Then I used medljBitters Tlwelve bottles restor my oldtime health and vigor I can attend to business every Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for Stomach liver Kidney Blood and Nerves 50o at all druggist m Neighbors A good neighbor is always the most desirable of possessions although In some cases their social value Is under estimated What constitutes a good neighbor is also frequently strued although the sensible tlon of tae term is the mlsconj is friendly without being helpful without being and finally one who respects the pri vacy of others household affairs by certain degree of formality of man ner tit- The social neighbor Is not always the useful neighbor yet each In her place has special influences to exert of equally beneficial consequences The sympathetic neighbor Is also a popular one but she has to exercise continuous tact lest her solacing in fluence may occasionally toe overdone or utilized at untimely periods The inquisitive neighbor Is always a dread to everybody within the reach of her inquisitive curiosity as she does not seem to bave any Intuitive respect for others feelings as rgeards their dlvul gence of personal affairs to an out sider The truest and most respected of all neighbors however Is the one who devotes the largest share other sym patnles to her own affairs Is chary of administering unsolicited advice and who always waits until her social and useful capacities are requested and never tenders herself officious even later most sanguine efforts at proving to be a good neighbor State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County fa Frank J Cheney maloes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business In the City of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of Decem ber A D 1886 A W XJLBASON Seal NOTAllY PUBLIC Hall Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucouB surfaces of the syste- mS nd for testimonials free F J CHENEY 0 Toledo 0 gold by all Druggists 75c fake Halls Family Pills for con stipation The Eternal Masculine A study of the trouser legs as seen In the photographs of our most not ed men brings the smile of contempt from even the most disinterested and one wonders if anything could Jbe uglier than the concertina folds of the clumsy elephantine outlines that are there to be seen Breeches knickers and kilts are all far more artistic and healthy Tailor and Cutter Dentist Makes Fortune Due men with an Idea is the one who prospers these days An idea been of a and waintfor patients to come to his dental office uptown Satisfied that he was y Y 29YEARSIba Of Honest Business Reputation is Back of Eve- ryMONUMEZTT bit SOlD BY US tbit GEO MISCHEL SONS E Ei5PROPRIKTOR8 = iOwesnboro Monumental Works E ific2cL Male St Yards 214216218 Clay St bit LOWED BOR0 KENTUCKY jj 49 bit 4Ii Get Our Price and We Guarantee to Save You bit 5 Money on All Good Honest WorK = I THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co INCORPORATED WIhh WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT COST + CLEANiELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH IE G BARRASS Manager f ++ + 1 Go loJ Fori Lame Back An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloans Liniment This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters It penetrates I without rubbingthrough the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone quickens the blood f relieves congestion and gives permanent as well as temporary relief J 1Sloans S LinimentI has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles I orJoints Price 2CcCOCnad 100 Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass U S A Sloanbook oahorN catU sheep and poultry seat free in a field that was overcrowded he decided to strive out along a new line He became a dog dentist Now he rolls money or has rolls of it His office luxuriantly fitted up Is in Fifth avenue He to kept busy and exacts big fees A dog wlth on imp sound tooth Is an abomination The pets ot society women get far too much candy and that means a car vest for the lucky opreator There are women who take their dogs around at regular intervals lor the J j I Inspection of their teeth One Boston bull of society has a gold crown Bos ton bulls are poor representatives of their kind whon it comes to teeth and they are most often In the den tal chair But tae terrier of all va rieties gets there too end the col lie and the Pomeranian and the pug Gold silver and 1fatlnum aroused for fillings in fact the dogs are treated to the same dental processes aa human beJbgarNew York Press fr4 H J h rz Nw 1 I 1 I r AP J j I Iy f r J T R Haitord Republican at tb olt ltte t y secondM BARNETT EDITOR i TSIr- P + CO1 R- 5i OuznbrlancS40a n 317r2o 1FRIDAYAPRIL 2- e fREPUBLICAN TICKET t t tF RepresentativeW S Dean i t r For Circuit ClerkE G Darrass tForCounty JudgeR n Wedding IFr County ClerkW S Tlnstey 1 Ior County AttorneyC E Smith I For SherillT H Black 1 For AssessorDernard Felixj For School SuptHenry Leach For JallerW P lIdklU- t i For SurveyorC S Moxley- I For CoronerDan W King FOR MttGISTRATE L Hartford DistrictB S Chamber lin 2 heaver Dam Dlstrlct0 E Scott I 3 Rockport DlstrlotJohn H Miles 4 Centertown DlstrlctJ C Jack r son 6 Rosine DlstrlctM C Cook G Sulphur Springs DlstrictJ M 1Gtuhamj DistrictC V Mlles 8 Bartlett Dlstrlcto nominee j jDothe people rule uk uncle- I i Joseph Cannon fuSe ball umpire isbUsy wepar trrbe for the summer slaughter higLertariff proposed on cigarettes will moot with universal approval what leas become of Senator Jeff Davis or Arkansas Is ho incubating another trust busting speech The questiOn has been asked why the duty has been raised on tea and not on beer Well tastes differ some what Miter an experience with savage office seekers so many years the lions or Africa will seem tame to ex- President Roosevelt There aregreat tears In some quarters toot oratory Is n dead art In America However John Wesley Gains may yet return to congress i rrhe Democratic party haS a very oovy task before It In the next few years explaining what spilt the par ty In Congress on the thrift question It seems that Chicago tails to appreciate reM heroism She put a man in jail who had married GO times Instead or giving Mm a Carnegie medal It Is reported that Mr Harriman Is soon to go to Panama Those mho have charge or the canal had better keep an eye on Mr Harriman orho may walk off with It- i The appointment ML Dlckleon to a cabinet position Is a distinct recognition of that close or politicians who may be classed liS on the fence Mr DIckison says lie did not vote for either Tuft or Bryan This recognition may possibly Induce him to vote for President Tart fOIl reelcc- tlon It Is said that exSecretary Cortel you Is to receive a salary ot 5000 per Year l1S president or the Con tiOlIdated Gas Company of New York Only a few years ago Oortelou was- a clerk In one or the departments ut Washington Ttls only shows the posslblllties In America for the poor boy It ho halpenS to fall Into the pro pel boosting hands Is rumored that President Tort 4Itrecall Minister Clay from Swltz- r f erland and MInister Combs from Peru 1andsend other Kentucklntls to those places Tle presidents attention It t hereby directed to another emmlnent t Kentuckian who should ho called horn at the same time and the vacancy created properly tilled We refto- i the Honortiable Joseph S Blackburn governor ot Panama ppolntcdJ by the late President Reesevelt- s The Hartford Herald seems to think that the Repmbllcun organization In Ohio county has run nppainst a snag i ThIs wlU be news for most Jt not quite all ot the members ot ila rite = itubllaan party In Ohio county Noj Hotter ticket wes ever muminated for cOunty offices by any party tbnn the one whlol ws nnmed at the prima ry election last December and this i8- h notsayfhganytkingdemgatory to the unsuccessful candidates either They- were nIl good men also but tie vot- ore In1 fair and orderly primary- Against whirls no charge of tjnuhas sever been brought selected their tick- etr and Itl5 rooolvfng and will re ceive the soled support of the perty r r- J i i R9 1 MY9ialteleau atpthe apollslq November 10 one Ii Ohio county either Republl 1nor 4D Ft believes there is any doubt wnatev r conceraing the election of- eiw7 aembr otthe ticket We havereceived n recent issue bf the A S or E Tobacco News pub lisped at Winchester Ky by the Burley Tobaooo Association Mr Lucien Deckner Is the editor in chief The News Iso wldecwnke paper devoted to the Interest of the farmers ot Kentucky and specially the tOMC co growers It Is Q strong advocate ot the American Society ot Equity end should be In the bands or every mm ber ot the organization Every ef tout which Is made to hold the or I gunizatlon together should be UlJPOrt ed and Incouraged by the membership We are still In the fight and It Is g lag to acquire II long hard pull all to gether to win out In fact the trust believes that It now us tte upper band and that a little more effort will enable It to stter the farmers and place them nt its mercy as Jt fad a few years ego If the farmers suf fer this to occur through lack or pro per Interest In their organiation no one can be blamed for their condition except themselves hereafter- The sew hatsahieladles will be compelled to wear In the near fu ture are an improvement on tie cartwheel style In some respects though very rediculous in others However we did not start out to criticiso the style so much as to mention tie inconvenience to which this immense headgear places people who are so un fortunntl CB Co cupy a soot Imme diately behind one or more or them- at church or any other public gather- Ing They ere not allowed to keep those intsOT any other kind ot hat on during Q play In any theatre In the land Why should they keep them on during church and mar the en tire service for those who bappen- to be unfortunately located Immediately behind them where they cannot see the pastor cannot know whether he Is maklDg a gesture or emphaslz fog a strong point by gritting his teeth and when they return home from church for several hours see visions ot feathers ribbons and owe ornaments In motion before them caused by the continued Impression for an hour or more made upon the optic nerve In II position whlcltwas little less punishment than confIne- ment for the same length ot time in a prison cell Seriously ministers should enforce a rule lOT the remov al of hats In church as sure and rlg ld os Is enforced In the theatres Many members of the oourch pay much larger mice for each sermon they hose from their poato r than are paid for box theyhieIng the pastor during his sermon 1 HERBERT March 30The Infant of Mr Goo Dutdett Is very sick wIth doublepneur- nonla bars Harden Floyd Is staying with her ughterlnlaw Mrs Carl Floyd ot West PoInt who Is very sick Mrs Solomon Obenclialn who hes been spending the winter with her daughter Mfrs Obo Durdett will move to her home near Pellvllle this week Mr J B Oimnbers and wire are Visiting In Owensboro Mr Dudley Haynes is making some additions to his house Mrs J L GrahAm nee Mirn Hal lie Miller Is expected home tomor row for several days vIsit to her father Miss Baxter ll1Ier is sick Mrs J B Dinner twJ boon quite sick n M Miller Is In Fordsv111e today- on a busIness trip Itobert Holland Valtcs111e was here Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs Pate Taylor and daugh ter Mim Etta Muryl ut Uaynesvllle were here hoping today Our consolidated school Louse dins been vptld down Ur OUver Hoover leaves Saturday for Bowling Green College Mr Arthur Burdett Is expected home from Bawling Green Ill a few days 1llr Oscar Haynes IUd sons visit ed at Mr John n Haynes rat Wal nut Grove Sundayf JINGOsaprf Ii111I llza Coots whose Illness we mentioned last week Is slowly lnhpmovin- gLlttlo J Slhu Murphy Is on the sick list ct this writing Mr A L Smith Is improving lira Murphy iras returnX1 t0her hAliceomeat Dundee J IGeorge CX of thIs vicinity and York of the Concord neigh bonccod pave gone to Mitchell to Fwork on the MI H E n U for sat Lon Eubnnke Ilev FD Daughn filled his reg uM appointment at Concord Saturday and Sunday Rev CasebleI1 was present and gave a good Sunday scbco- ltalk which was well lvedaad LIgFIy enjoyed by thoSe pcesegt- Farnrers are getting busy thesepret ti day li r f t t F rt ROSINE- Marsait rB 1 30Iiealth t very ed fn this community fMtllersure b y prGpnr eg lord ielr- e cooiracw111 be tel ifl o new Cl1rlstian church nt hats glace- on the 30th of AprIL betwesJone- and four oolockP m of the Hartford people have 1etp llmeon our church and same a4aavor- Dam x Mr Verna labney and witennd Mrs Emma Cox visited Mrence Wilson and family fist SundAy JUsses ErIe nd Essle Coxvliltcd Misr Artie Hines last Sundays 111r Jane Vance and MissfrNrtle Kuykendoll visited MUss Artie Mines Monday evening i Roy and Ira Mince vtaltedratMr Tom Coxs last Saturday night From another Corresponden- tMATCh31Notvithsmnlng Mntoa Inaugural storm and Ohio countys late grand jury Rostne IsEdll on the map Rev 1V P Gordon dlstrlct EyaDSC list from Owensboro and our pastor- Bro Bailey have just closed a two wed it revival at this place t has been ono of the most suecessful meet lags ever held hero there being 22 Conversions and a large addition to the church llny the good rwork go OIl as It Is much needed here The corner stone or the now Mqtho dirt church was laid last Tuesday with npproprlllte ceremonies Rev Gor don and Bailey conducting store They hope to have It completed by midsummer The committee deserves much credit for their untiring efforts The people of the Cl1rlstlnd chuF also expect to build In the near futue and we wish teem Godspeed The d E Sunday school 4s pro grossing nlceiy wIth D1 SJm zenbacp- er as Supt The Union school fs do- Ing good work under the management- of Dr Rains We see In the near future with alittle hustUng a great future for Rosine J D Monroe wag hauling toga last Monday cr Thomas Alien eontemplaes n business trip to Louisville soon Mr nod Mrs Ed Lang spent Sun day with Mrs Langs parents nttuis place Mr and lfs CummingS Mr and Mrs Jim ffwed ell were alSo the guests or sirs Cummings last Sunday E G Acteblson Is building tnow house southest of town J A Ragland and family spent sun day with dr and Mrs Earls Jim D Johnson is movIng to Island this week we are sorry to lose him The barber seemed to have been doI- ng rushing business last Saturday Talton Embrey wont down the road last Sunday We womder why stirs Emma Stewart has returned from an extended vIsit to relatives atd friends near Friedaland Our Mill man Wm Combs made n flying trip to Owensboro last week Miss Dom Allen visited homeolka last Sunday Uncle Ed Pierce says the ground hog has had 40 days now We 1W3rit oursA D Otto says Le Will erect anew loure roOn- KldnalJIJlng seems to Ibe In order nuv as n certain man In our vicinity was noousod of same lately Rev Rally Is bapUslng this after noon at Raglands lond some 9or notmithstagdtngthe DUNDEE starch 29Health Is very good In this community I1t present Mr Author WIlson wire and oWe dlen were the guests of his slstter Mrs iEffio Shreve Sunday Mr Taylor Murphy and family sold their house and lot some time ago to Mr Robert Duff and will stat to New Mexico some time In the ttfture- Mira Pearl Stevens was the guest ot Miss Jessie Shreve Sundays nIght Little Mini Elly Renfrow or Narrows was the guest of her friends- Cecil and Dimple Kuykendoll from Saturday until D1onday- Mr Joo Westertleld has purchased the farm ot Mr M SRagland sad will probably move before long Mr J W Stevens was the guest dc his sister Mrs Marlldu Drown of East Hartford Saturday tRev C J Hartford ot OweusOlOi was at this place Tuesday Mr Roeco Vnntress iCe and baby- of Gmyron county who have been the guest of Mrs Vantrooa parentis- Mr and Mrs Shrevo retdroed to their home Monday J RENDERyM a March aOMrs L Francis winB- eaver Dam last Woonesday Mrs O W Harris was to Slmmoaia- last Wednealay W rH C York of Llqton Indtfai1l C A Lawton of Central CIty were here lAst Wednesday li i- w R Young ot Vlncennes Cad and J H Brown ot Central Cltywere k1tTburadnYjRobertThorpeJ buwiedhere f I 41 4 Jt T y EiOyvrnorI 4k y y 1 BfhifJotFA GlSeS 11 I y tI LIST Of PROMINENT Geri WK Parsons Confederate Army ex State Texas Cot Palley Labor and IV L Cot D C Military and Masonic Orders Eon S Ryan ofAlaska ExMember English Howe of of 9laaka well known on Paoiflo Blvpe Gen W N Parsons Gen W H Parsons Is exState Sens for and exSpDclal Judge of the Supreme Courtof Texas also Brigadier General In Confederate Army In a recent letter from 25 H St N W Washington D 0 this prominent gentleman sal Upon the recommendation of per sonal friends and many strong teU- monlllla as to the emeacy of Pernnain the treatment of the numerous symp toms of the 1 grippe wIth which I have been ffilcted for four months past I have been Induced to undergo a treatment with this justly celebrated for mula I feel a decided change for the better after using It onlyone week It Is especially good intoning up the stomach and has had a decided effect upon my appetite I therefore feel much en ouragecl that I am on the road to com plate restoration 11101y numerous friends In Texas where I have had the honor to command a brigade of her Veteran Cavalryfn afear Odd Fellows which be had been a member ot for many Mrs JohnS Spence and Mrs M V Fair Were ill Beaver Dam last Thursday I lAndrow Goad of iraham was here Friday attending the funeral of nis- brotherinlaw Robert Thorpe Mr and Mrs S T Howey were here Friday the guests of Mr and Mfrs Simon Jones Mf1m Nellie Harris was In Beave Dam Saturday C L Loney left for Louisville Saturday where ho has accepted a position nsbookeefJe for H L Balee and Co Contractors and Architects Salem Baker pt Taylor tunes was here Saturday- ileff Waterson of Horton nD I Dr J O MeeKaney of Taylor alines were here Sunday Tom Burden was in Horton Sunday Lewis Keown of IEldonido Ill Dnd- Dr J S Flthugb or Islandwere here yesterday Dan Aultmire ot Carrier Mills Ill and S S Hoover ot Now Albany Ind and H V Money or Louisville Were here today Simon Stephens wentsto Central Olty today to rbe the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs James Stephens torn few days Dr R D lanes is verY load lit this writing and leas been for the past 10 days to thIs bed 6uf- ferJng from rlIeumiiUsm papductingiii tins wHUhg I BALD KNOB March 30Fnrniers are progrestin- nfeoly s4 this place AfeJare Fred Anderson unCoiI- oa Taylor visited the lattera pdr- ontaiast Saturday ntgM and Sunday J Sunday School gnacrganfzed htMf- legsant Sunday to beglD the first everybodyMr A E Sandefur and farntly visited Mr G W Gordon last Sunday Mr end Airs Sam Rafferty and Messrs Chloe Rafferty and San defer visited Mr Isaac J avies last SundayMr Sandefurand tamtlyViek ed Mr and Mrs Jesse Torieneo Sun day trThe A ft of E met atMtI edsant last Friday night end had avery in- terestlndr meeting Tboy wUhmett d Saturday night fit that place t x- f 1a f c f I fft ticr I T oL1i1 J fj1tMI I I Jv 7 l 7IJ Pcruna I r Peruria t rt J f I s1a ii 1 have such confi defJ 1npromlnent per sonalfriends who htJy used and endorsed Perunn that I feel JustIfied in assuming that itsa valuable for catarrh and an lIe1t general tonic John ceo HoytA ot Wyoming AMERICANS Senator Washington DC Organisations Fatteno Washington fl Parfianient- Congressman yearsI confIned Hornet qalntl1qBe Grve Great remedy Fears war may accept this voluntary to the merits of Perunll as a senseof obligation on my part for its wonderful efficacy Col Wm Bailey WllUam BMley58I St N E Wasb- Ington DO Past Col fne No 60 Union Yeteran Legion and promlnenUy identified with many oUhe great labor protective associations in Chicago and New York and Secretary of one ot the- largest associations in th6former city had for nearly thirty years been afflicted with kidney troubles Wthln asbort period ho hag been per snaded to trY Pernnaand his present healthy condition Is attributed to his judIcIous use of that great remedy Washington climate Is notoriously bad fOr kidney and liver troubles yet by a jndiciousuabbf ttheamedy he Is now quite cured and ilceJtent physical condItionThis statement of facts without exaggeratIon orbyperbole appears to tell the whole story wblch the Perona Com WmBalley Washington complaints Washington Peranasss IIadI GOLD MEDAL FIELD SEEDS SUREGROWING proposition shipment he unsatisfactory can the shipper chance or expensefmake GOLD MEDAL proposition Baunes BIOsrBeaver Darn Kyf SMALLHOUS- darela 30Rev A F GordonRus- sellvlile filled his reguar appointment tit SmUhous Saturday evening but failed to preach on Sunday through courtesy Rev n is conducting J series ot meetings at Equality church Door here There has been considerable manl tested In the meeUng and there are several conversions a number on the mourneis bench seeking for salvation MISS Flora City Is tn Our midSt vlsftiagreitlvesand attending church Harry Houk ofilerrln Ill bps se cured ntftlT Mortons- Mlrs LizzieVlthrow and Mrs Joe Bullock are quite sick Mrs Matdnus Is at tile bedside at i3Cms Joe Bullock JrsJenne Balbdtaspnepmonia- Mr Bud Bulloclo fJnd80Jl near Sousih Carrollton were to our midst Sunday l gtMr MiV SIW IIilbro and sons Bernard and Henry Wlthfow and JohnleB Dllbrp Mab1l1zu ogre the guests ot Mr and Mrs Alonzo France rR9r D vtlto Is attend lag school Hartford Mha lliry Marks Hartlandwere the guests of 1orranl1lfreJ C I Cnnettfrom IrI dtyuntllSundtty evening Mee P I Wood and daughters Adel and Ama Ccialvo Fera ln our lnldat Suua- MmPreea Bro rn acid 1rs D T- Igloheart with Mrandl tlths- Alonzo FnFenceSanday Rev A F Gqrdonad Ii D nan nett the gul of Mrf1 Cordalla- Addington Runday- Rov A F0ordon was the g11o 9t- 1rr Bon Rosh mind Irs Jenne- Ross Sat nighttMr Beh ROe went to 4 1lI I panyis authorized touseIUt oeJsOOIIOtr believing as Ido thdtby eo doing itwill betor the Keneralgood Col C L Patten- Col O L Patten 509 T st N W DOa Lieutenant In the Old Guard an exclusive organ aUon composed ot soldiers of distinction who fought In the civil war and a Thirty second degree Mason writes as follows I have used Peruna and d slreto recommend your remedy sa an Invigor sting tonic one of the best a remedies thlit I ever tried for coughs colds and catarrba i Hon R S Ryan Honn Snya1 n6w residing InNome Alaska was formerly a nemberof the English Huuse of ParUamentamL Sec rotary to the late Irish patriot Charlos Stewart Parnell His ads dress Is Now WtlJard Washing ton DO He writes I have used Pe runs and can recommend your remedy as a very effective cure for colds and catarrhal complaints Thomas Calc Hon Thomas elected to Congress from Alaska Is well known on the Ps M chic slope where ho resided Hie Washington address Is 18130th St N W Washington D O ne writes I t can cheerfully recommend fY remedy for coughs s Ids THE KIND Are a safe for us because we can buy them under a guarantee that any round to 7 f he returned at That meats no our having Doesnt that for you I E P If Bennett who Interest rind Centrnl work Same Thomas Bishop and j3unday and X dfaed were mother South Cw spring also lion Cale has efficient irMrthis writingItended meeting at Equality Sunday nn4Jim Irs Arles Flaudle Davis Is the guest of- Mr and rs Milton Kimbley Mr KlmbleYGt Muhlenburg county was tile guest of Mies Junle Boone Sunday Rev R KhomeEquality Tuesday morning and returned for services at night WYSOX March 31sir and Mrs A J JQ WilliamsHopewell 1 Saturcday waretheJIr C ij Cates null family ottersp LivermoreMrUgbtcr f i 1day5 4ecnatiiipastWeekir Ollton l l9hegrenddaughrr MIsa KAddle of Broadway Visited Mrs J JISunday8hebbyNelaorlor jnightJMrs Amanda qmpileid Pel1iSa Urday with Mrs 0 ML Benton MrS Orpha Benton tisizshiCetteet t 1trs EvaCates Sat rday y tPe- to pie ln this ooannunity t grad see the fitce ii a s ri rLI l J t- t Y 1 i t w l J r 11 r- ySIi i711 D 1IYU AiIIbe cteistiora el r v A I e An uptodate Easter Suit is what every young man wants Now where r to buy is the questIon Wedo not 1 I I SpringSuitStylesand Price Our BenchTailor sedSterling Suits have no equal in Style and Workmanship We invite your inspection Come ndseethem We can then much better prove to you their superiority over other makes s- a I I GO I S Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 2 IllblsCentral RatIroadTlme Tableq JNarhituuql 9onuliuonan No 121duellalaID- Nolssduer2sop m No lilt due 248 PII- INol02ne24Spmr Nolaldue8b2 m f Drugs That feGuaranteed ljr When you want pure fresh Drugs guaranteed under U S Pure Food Law me to us Weve not only got thb DrUgs but we have Q mawan ex pettenced pharmacIstwho knows ex actly how to put them together ac cording to the doctors prescription And hesidesthis we carry everything sold at a clrst Class drug store and- oftenn what others havent got Low IKpricespoUte attentionthe most re lIable ods GIve us a caU t HARTFORD DRUG CO tIncorporatPd Nor j Freah therrSecd chits and Field Seed for weatJ W Farda8- her1f2 RP Martin Ss In Lexington tovIstthlsson Mr Otto- Martin who is attending achoolthero j Judge WD rTnylor who hoe been Iufferln8 trotA the grliiis ullie tti e Ht out againf Miss K Jones City this the guest of her stater Jf1S8 Annie Jones LuzerneKlast Saturdsyand SupdgyrT FrtadOrur wbo hnabeelr- C in the revonde servlco with head 4A quaites aSeventpsta0llntonaoun tprarTlVCdst boats ye undfXat tpyGfOCIty Work guranteed delivery u Cleve Tier if Age Rtaluiiond Steam Laundry S lira Fred Robertson who his bee i a conductsg a clbthes bleltn111ga1d pressing business In the XIA C tA l Y roomsOn Center street has soldputI- 1 to Mr seth Riley bO h f 1 thebueineas at the sameplaapir rllb6eis3a left urda l C f7 fortune fu the Vest 1i- J w- S p fif It 1 fair Den RIal of Owehsboro bas moved With his family to tcordI Messrs C b Wallace N M Taylor WYsDJ were among our callers Monday Mrs 1 E Everly Matanzas Is the guest of her parents Mr qnd Mrs- Joe C Bennett city Mr Noah White ims accepted a position as salesman with the firm of ScbJoodai 8s W grocery doalers Miss Edna Hudson city has accept ed a position as stenograPher for the Burgess Dumber ComlX1ly at Rock port Mrs Hudsouis well qualified for the posttlon and will serve her emplyerqwith marked ability The nerR Baptist Church nt Center town will be dedicatbd the fifth Sun day in May The Baptist people there have Q beautiful edifice which le a credit to thot9VoU and community The revival ot the Baptist church Is growing in interest Rev Rlcknrd Is preaching some able sermons which are appreciated by large audiences Services rare held at three oclock In the nltemooDl Mdct 730 In the even lag e In tho Jtt otreyenpe assIgnments ot Collector EFFranksott1eBec ond DIst lct q rep1easedto pate that 01fesrs D miti1L 1Lo ney L H Conc lt and Roscoe Rrm der Ohio countlans have been given desirable places uWe want your butter and eggs We pay the highest market price and will sell you baeonlur and fresh meats lso family groceries at n8 10Wi price as theY ron be sold for anyiwbere We are alSo lathe market to buy sehne small beef cattle 1 I W H MOOR SONM Hartford Ky Mr J A DUbro iris purctianeil- an Interest irithe HartfoM iIgpauy arid he bae7 hetin added w the clerical force In the afore on 3laln themanagement the effiCient druggist continues as general manager of the business Mr Dllbro has been elected Secretary the office formerly beldbyWDant The otijer arpG 13 Likens President and Dr E W Nord Vice Pre fd ntThe buslkess bas groWn until it become necessary tonddlin P1etafes nan Tit 11f11iio Is aF pop Ja qung bustnessatan and he will bblglad to have his friends ti da him when in geed of dnytli1i kept ii- q ripttodate driti sForb i I 01 4rM y r r Mr J D unyWorthot the Ricketts neighborhood u i SqulreW5 Eeen- Dit 1 d e wee pleo cbt tller r juayMeesra Albert Rlgge No Creek andl Deputy1 8h C Tre ley North Hartford lwc among our call era Tuesday The IMIeax Social Club watt deUghti fully entertaingd by Mrs W1T1ad- ley and Mrs U D Likens nt the homo or the tatter on Clay streetUasd Friday Mr W L y in Ious vllle the latter part of last weelc where he wepttomeef his sow 11 iV Tins= ley who is attending sohool at Lexington S- Wo call tko attention of our hood readers to the 1nrge number of coin munkatfon tiir the country contained In thlsffssuo of our paper There are twen y fn nIl a M the largest number evlrtublis edin a single issue of any newspaper of Ohio coon ay We are justly proud of our local corrcspondents ruedhopo to retain their valuable services to our effort to make this the best loeal newspaper In KentuckyEsq Miles wns the first sUb district trustee to make his census report He delivered his roport zrt 7 oolock on the morning of April 1st thus brooking aU previous reooads His report for sublllstict No 12 Ed ucational Division No Ii Jubilee shows 26 boys and 98 gtrls es nganst 27 boys Md 59 girls last year Esq Mlles Is looking for n fleet dassmale teacher who has sand successful experience but he says ile must be lshowI Mr and Mrs W C Ovorhuls left last week for Cedaredse Colorado where they will make their future home These are popular young peo ple the former Ins reared near Smallhous while Mrs Overlults Is a native of the Matanzad nelg borhood but for the past two years a resident of Hartford M Ovorhulta has accepted u posItion with a leading bank ot Cedaredge They have many admiring friends who wIsli them I well In their new home tlr O M ForTI11er of the A1aburg- neighboihood was tiled in the County Court 3donday on a oharge of lunacy and found to be of unsound mind rind ordered confined In the Western Kentucky Asylum at Hopklnsv1l1e Air Farmers parUcul delusion was that parties were tryIng to Injure him He would lave t1s family bar the doors at night and seemed to be Inconstant fear of personal Injury tit has boon about two months since tale first sign ot defect In his mind Susan London wife of Dnvld IMrs died at her home near Spotts Tuesday evening of lagrlppe Mrs London was born and tnised at Deda In this county Md w38 a sister of the late Rev JA Bennett and of Dir George W Bennett who still lives at Deda She leaves a husband and a large family of children to mourn her lOss The funeral and ictetment occurred yesterday near her home at Reeds Station Mr and dfrs London resided for n great many yeaTS near Roslne In this county lDr Robert Thorpe died nt his home I1t Graham Ky Wednesday of last week aged 69 yOOn Mr TJiori e was born tn County DuroMIt England Jan 6th 1831 He nit Anierirst fn- 1881qnd has since reSided In Ohio county and adjacent counties Ho w3- a member of the klplpoopalian church a member of tIle Odd Follows having been II member of MoHenry lodge since 1886 He was the father of arr Andrew Thorpe ofdWilllama Mines who tether With othgr vlve him Ills remains were thtorrod at Render Cemetery last Friday 0 WANTED An active rrespOl1 dent at Hoisenianih Ao1d lVe terfieldilsCer Beavor Dam Rock- port DedS and Buford We will fur nish toparties who would like to undertake It stamps for snail tag purposes and end the Republican free We wild riot be exacting isrthe matter of requiting strict phomptmoss In furnishing tbe news but would tike to have soniepne at each of these places to send the load lhapP61lIlgB- qt tae neighborhood flt Ieast onto In two weeks The first suitable tleappiying IfbCgiven the dace llr J A Sapp came In last Saturday and paid up his subscription the Republloaw trbtll Nov 2 1910 Mr Sapp lies bebn a lifelong Republican and has Long been one four valued subscribers He Is opposed to race suicide as1s evidenced by his remar kablef1mUyot3 boys and 8 girls Mr Sapp has nevei had a physlclanl but once fs ale life andonly two oat his children have eVer been under the care lot LvphSloleni 1 e8afai1ner- Mvlng tollowgd this calling all his Ute 11he R1ubU QJ boP8S that 1t will cheer bJa honest country home toID yeaarayettdacme Qndlt feelalratetal to M app or this lints klend6hlpt q i1 t Y S II tt y ioer FJscal Court convened at the eeutt tiyesterday Iacdj011med sesoon- gnalueruble business will oo up for thattoomega Rough Creek pear Combs will flit be passed on Good sown continues to come In concerning the early eompletiow of the M H and E R R A large force Is at work ot MQdloIlVUle lay tug rails and connecting up the tine with the Providence brach Men are at work all wong the line between Green RIver and Mitchell shaping up the roadbed removing the dirt and stone which was washed is Y the- recent heavy rains preparatory to truck laying which will begin at Mitchell next Monday The truck will be laid ot the rate ot about three miles per week provided the wroth or Is favorable Giving time for we construction of the Ddndee bridge the work trnin should get to Hartford by the first of June and- as tie track laying will also be In progress on the other and ot the line It Is not unreasonable to expect that regular team service may be installed by September 1st I The Sick Mr John Hamilton a prominent pu pil acv Instructor In Hartford College has typhoid fever Mr V D D Stevens an old and highly respected citizen living two miles north of Hartford Is very low with dtopsr ot the heart and not expected to service many hours Mr J C Chamberlain of the No Creek neighborhood has n very bad case of pneumonia and Ills death Is ChamberIlainlifent cittions ot his settles ot t e- CO tr- QaIJt Jam C Keown Is quito sick at his tome in Hartford Only a Brief Stay Little Cored Downard Taylor Infant I son ot Carl and Ollie Taylor eame forth nsa tiny tender flower on Marelt 9th but ho was too frail to with stand Uo cold breath ot this great world and Jd In his wisdom saw let to only lend him to us for three short days On the 12th he took hlm- to himself again The Lord glvetb the Lord path taken away May you he enabled by his grace to say blessed be his name and be conrfortde by those words One more Ue In Heav en We can go to him M E T Black Balty The famous black spanisia Jack sir ed by II jack Imported direct from Spain will make the present season at my stable Ilt SOO to insure living colt F M ALLEN Centertown Ky FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of Ohio County as of January I 7th 1909 I Tr the Fiscal Court ot Ohio county We your committee appointed to nscetafn and report tto financial condition of Ohio county respectfullY submit the lbilowlng 659541AmQunt Due county on subscription to pike fund 200000 Due county from Sheriff and paid on Jan 7 1909 43836 Total Assets 728379 LIABILITIES Pisca Court orders 2125789 Paid by oroer of dead and bridge Corr aA Ralph 753108- Oounty0ourt yarrants issued by order ot Fiscal Court 1816491 Borrowed money 56QO00 IndebtedneSs of county on Jon 8 1908 liS shown by report of CommissionersRow an Holbrook and C LDat nett 149455- 3qi 1 r e 4i Yd ti1499 41 172837- 9atipl 1 Loss nssetsvoilves a total lndebtgdncsg i ot 2021562 Qash Jt1taMII of Treasurer on JnJ7 l9Pfns shown his report byII Leaving a total indebtedness of the county ae we get it on Js i71909 1807905 It is fair and proper for us to report tbt a great amount ot walrnnts Issued by the County Judge ns shown by tM rePort was by order of the Fiscal Court entered of rooortJ and while this report may not ibe exact- y oonre yetft Is the very beat we can Satrap at this time- CMOIOWE I ERNEOO1 WOO1ZVARD Committee J Joad KyiMar3I 1909 iC I I 0r 0 J NOW FOR OXFORDS I You can not buy Iany better or more stylish Shoe than the kind that Makes Lifes Walk Easy Crossett or the one For the Man who Cares 3 Florsheim I April Brides Will do wen to look to us for their furnishings We I are prepared to furnish you every= thing you will need I and for daintynew and stylish little necessaries as I wellas the essential part of the Idress and Hat we certainly prepared to please you You willImake no mistake if you depend Barnard CoHARTFORD K- YSPRING Irl 181 181 Im ID NEWNESS s proverbial in every department 11 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 rWnF Millinery Dress Goods TrimmingsOxfords hiH Neckwear Suits Skirts Waists I I EVERYTHINGNEW May we Ii have the pleasure ofa look by you 1P1 BARNES BROSI mISR Y FARUsl20 6DLD PIECE Cincinnati May Take an Honor Claimed by Mormons OWletof the Coin Carried It as Pocket Piece For a Long Time J tota collectors are interested inthe recent discovery ot an entirely new twenty dollar piece or the CtncinnaU- Dtialug and Tradlg Company dated 1849 So diligent have collectors been In their eezrCh for spocImens of the gold coinage ot the West end so hl have been the premluma paid for core coins of this lerles that It was sup posed that all the varieties had beer town IA twenty dollar piece ot California bearing a date earlier than 18lil WaS not known Dhe ClnclnotI company had been accredited with gold coins of the denominations of 5 and 10 both of whIch are extremely rareone of the ten dollar pieces mot long ago bringing f3OOO at an auction but no one knew that the same company bad contemplated the lame of a twenty dollar piece until the icoinln queStion came to light a few days ago In the posselon of an Ohioan from whose panda It passed Into those of Tomas L Elder of CinclnnaU The cola Is a trial piece and Is com posed of copper The obverse shows the head of an Indian fa the center of the field wearing a headdress of feathers Around the border Is the lame of the minting firm ClndnI natl Mlnlg and Trading Company On the reverse Is a thin looking eagle In the center of the field while around the border Is Inscribed California OwentY noUars Below the eagle Is the date 1849 The diameter of th- eoln Is about the same ns that of a United States twentydollar plece Its weight Js 171 rule grainsIzed ot coin Is interesting In a number of ways It may upset the clalmsof the 1 Mormons that their Salt Lake City t mint was the first to issue twenty dollar pieces Qhe latter mint It has long been maintained QJy the Mormons Issued n twentydollar piece that preceded the- cola made bY the United States Gov min nt T1 e Avernment authoriz od the Issue ot the doule omgib by aftof March 3 184 but no picct tdenomlnllUon iswk 1SI1til tttlnula lion until isM f11he IMovmons Issued II their double eagles within two months utter the authority to ntrlke United t- Statoa ploees or the denomination at the mint bad beon given by Congress There Is rooord that early In May 1849 a California trader Cary Peebles who had just disposed of II large quantity of OOds to the lQadsrs ot the Mormon ihuroniMonti 1i the zlewly olluntIi1 Mormon mint on South Temple street Salt Lake City and watched the primitive coining press m strike 4000 Murth of gold pieceS bear Ing the odd designs of all eyeing eyes and Bishops mitre Now this Carr cola trbtloxl Ui1 toadd a question roftrk to the Mormon claim for It Is pOentbla that gold coins were truck try th3 Dnclnnatl Company from the g20 fife The coins of the Cincinnati company were among the Very contest struck hr circulation in California and must have been made early In the summer of 1849 tPhe Olncinmatl coin also ron be regarded as the first piece to circulate In the United StateD bearing an In dian hood as the chief design as the first regular Government coin to bear UtI device did not appear until 1854 The owner of the cola apparently carded It tor n long time as a pocket piece as It Is worn smooth In parts No falsepretense bas marked the career of Elys Cream Balm Being entirely hannlC89 It Is not responsible like the catarrh snuife and powders for minds sliattered bY cocaine The grmt virtue of Elya Cream Dalm Is that It speedily and completely over comes natal catarrh nd bay lever Back of this statement Is the testi mony of thousands and a reputation or many yutrs success AU druggists 60a or mailed by Ely Dros 6s War iron street New York Notice Sheep Growers State Head Quarters Kentucky Stato Union A S of E To all members of the above nanitd Society In Kentucky who are Inter ted in the production of wool jPleue take notice that lu accord with a reloution adopted at the Into State Convention held In Madtsonville on Jan 1416 Jt has become our duty to call a convention for the purpose of organizingaWoolGrowerADapart- ment ttho American Socloty of qul ty in Kentucky said convention to be composed of delegates selected from the several County UBloB oft State ud Is BoUt1e having no County oraaisauos locals flay send del gates somber of delegate bowever- be on esme bests as n provlded fer- state Conventon A S ot E Ivy authority ted In us as out lined abov We bereby call said convention 3o meet in EHaabethtown Hardin county on Thursday Aprtl 1 at ten ocloclc LID for the Qu of crganlzing suobi wool Grow rs DeI- prtment and for the transacting such Ibuelne as pertains to l4e fun purpoeea as are set 4orW J1 thetore going Reepectlullfp J c QANTJx11 Tresa P RoBNt Sect At the above named Umban place the State ExecgtIO Board of Ken tuck State Union A S of E are called to meet for the transaction o- importantbustneee f ptalning to the organisatlon work and other matters that may come before the Board at that time signed C WNrr iPres lJ Sec The BodRooc of Success lies In A keen clear brain backed by Indomitable will and resistless energy Such POWer comes from the splendid health that Dr Kings New LIfe Pills Inpnrl rIhey vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Har mon Llwmore W Va writes They are the best pills I ever used 25c at all druggist m For Sale SeTOral hundred acres of good form tag lands known as the J F Bins farm distance aoout two mUes from Hartford on we Hartford and Deaver Dam pike Also residence propertY In Hartford twostory dwelling k and a- halfacre lottrontnlg the new W lL E depot site For prices and term apply to W H or D B ColllnsHArt ford Ky 22tf HOMEMADE MIXTURE TO END RHEUMATISM Simple Advice and pirections to Prepare Effective Medicine To roIevo the worst forms of Itlbet- lmatism take I teaspoonful of the Col- owing mixture after weh meal and at bedtime Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalt IIQompotmdOutifAI iitidt0 inlese ingredients can be obtained from our homo druggists and- re easily mlxcdby shaking them wollI In a bolus Relief Is Eetlttly feltc rom the first few doses TMe prescription frrcco the clogged up inactive kidneys m filter and strain tram the blood the poisonous waste matter and uric add which causes Rheumatism AS Rheumatlsm is not only the most painful and tortUQus i18a but dangerous to lite tIlls Sululrl t fJll will no itoubt be greatly nll1ed by y tuterure here nt homer 11fi- bahourd nl case re are the u1liU1No 10- tm obis relief It is said that I person would take this pre scrlptioa fflaTya dose or two flatly or evaaa rose times nI viPk wduid never UAoserdaus KIdI riy or Urinary d49Biddre or Rheumu tlsmCutthfs tiatatihpreserve It Good Rhiumatla n IptecrlplJons v1l1chr ly ielhioa stn scarce indeed and wilu u rifted it you want It bad It Wbinans Home Companies For April The Womans Home ComI Mien for April Is tuU of Eastor utleationB spring fashions Easter eafeHtonmente and Easter d4shes Gnli Margaret Gould describes amdiilistratea the new styles In gowns shirt waists hats and In dree4 j sorios Fan nlo Merritt Farther the greatest cook la America glvosttbo recipes or many delightful spring dishes It ts a big magazine cram fuU of InterestinG articles stories lUuetratlona and vain able informdtion Maxine Eltlott tells how she hunt ftcrthc ter In NoW York Dr Woods Hutchinson glyee expert advice on what to eat In spring There 4a an fAtsting Iirt1ce on the Emmanuel 3fost rent entitled How Peychotber apy Wprl Prof Frank A Waugh explains The Foundation of Good Gardening We are told how to made window and poroh boxes for plants A milk expert tells how to make sure that milk le clam Cyrus Tolvnaend Dradra new novel Hearts and the d118hwPy Is begun this Issue of the Companion and there are stories by Nellie 1 M ung Laura Spencer Porter ota Forrester and Florence Morse Klnsiey ffhe illustrations l1s usual WIth Womans Home CompanIon are by wellknown artists and are of the very best Ii L V u Ti = J41 r tAN UNUSUAL TNOUGH v toPLEASANT MYSTelt Money Being Mysteriously- ceived Through tthThe Mall Something out of the ordinary tetag pred in town last Nonday at whet a number of our cIUieneieeei ed la their mall envelopes coattaiaj lag money and nothing more It is most unexplainable little affair thate ever put our wise beads to gusssl- aItcoud A9t bavo been intended alut no tool would ever cast slurs t 8t oust barn one dollar a piece it sou td not bane been intended as OharUy for the men to whom the money iv- sentare some of the best cLre cod citizens In our town It tcounterfeit money but genuine money mho fortunate ones were Ceo Dobbs T W Sweatt nndA T Dock ery rrhe two first named recelvi a dollar each and Mr Dockery recef In1elag 60 cents The money was purr the envelopes and sealed and addr IJoIn ed without a word or ecratoh ofa pen The hand writing of 0000h7Was somewhat Mmliar and Lad thea pearance of some one attempting disguise 1lle hand rrhey were all drop letters and postmarked MO r gantown Tide only plausible theory 4s that it Is conscience money and some one who en time past has wroDgtu en the amount from each of the pn tlemen now desires 11 clea1lcon3 l sad Is doing restitution 4t to alive ryt iingular and the crowd atth office Tuesday at noon was very la and expactaptbut that was allaeen- RI w1fupubllcan Resolutions of Respect Whereas the great omnipotent an- alwise spirit of the universe has see cause In his just ruling to call fro n our midst the wife of our friend and brother 0 S White who died On March let 1909 Whereas the husband bus lost a devoted wife the children a prel us mother and the community n beang friend her death has brought us seaIym age on earth De It therefore Resolved That we tender our Gin core sympathy to the bereaved faniil and bid them take hope and tib- nlaton Ill the heavenly assurance that they shall meet again where there Is sorrow but e round of 1oYrFurth6rri w14td thatwe copy this rokolution in 61t minute book send n cote lit substance to our county lrIM- rs Ella White was 34 years old and was a faithful We1lIDer oft e Baptist church for eighteen years and at her death was a member ot the I New Zion church at Balzetown- M A EMBRY Secty- L L Embry Tress a To Be At Bluff enhal City and swreunUbg country Is to tlavo n place of recreation and amusement Jt will be located ht the Bluff on Green river a OO1ll11e of mile trem Central Cltyr toad will be reached by a line or biesenger- goaettes Ak or motor busses until th street rxrr lInt t9 built and Iby boot The place h1 n ldooJ one far pIcnics boatingirtes lbathUng fishing et- Ruese11 tia tnd L G Pattel1 are the iprojectos and managers and toor 1Iiect to Brave tte place ready for uIrrt3 by May 15th SYork will beCDm- menOCllat once on the rkatlng Ion dancing pavilion mQvlngplcture shd hall dining ball bathing oo boathouse etc The place Is tb It1e modeled after sOme of the most ftcmdbsre sorts Door many cities f this chi 11 try There will be music aid rn ootl ltldrinlcants Tale place lit to hooonduc- on wmoral and temperate iUies So nice boats will be kept kind the pre will be on the Uvo nerd h it llv- bcentsMuhllenhurg pf Atgare s His Most StrenKS UaiehaJdng T n the man whb airedo terDay famous 18 now ttYh1gto lIvew to the reputation of the bivalve ofn1i IPlttWas the Chance of a Lifetime iPubUsherDryan l h Commont missed a groat chauOOto get Q competent editor mJIe1 1ie let the O look capture Mr RooseveltPSttbufj Press I A Tribute to Art Tae west gallery 1n the Chlokash Opera House Jcd eight Inches r- Ia mln3trelperlormance but the shew was so good that somebody muo and got a few fence rails propPed up the gallerY and the pertorma- noonunuedKansas co CityTlmes o n r ir J r t a rL bdtbfZndrelMile y to doctor hOW Otteri pCL6CrllK Ill alcoholic veryxehow often he prescribes i tonic for them himaboutyoun xFofloW hisadyke Heknows f yrr tl1IIeofhelllth IyJllevtertastofth AtkJ8ll eonliW ti3 et eeTIM4 ask iMia tAy e Pl SeMIkr 1 r j HENFORD OATTLE I BUR SALiratliftiJ I IJ IltchfldKY1 Weekly JoornIHHENRY WA71ERSOA Editorr- ig a NtIIonl Neuepaper roonatdH poUtJcIt prints all wltitout fear or inept The 1dg18t price Js 100 syear hilt you oa9rg CAiTRIERJOURNAto L HARTfORD RRPUB1tICAK I IBoth for One f50 ouwUl give or send your order OouidBeDaily tourierJouroala Year 6 Sunday CourierJournal a Year 2 oombinaUimcutnyou write rata paper r I 8tay t j 7 Limlted1Tlm YOU CLN oaT The L nisvilleJfimes Regular Price 5 a Year 1 AND THE EkanD BBPUD 4I Both One Year for l3 5The 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Lakanawa1laa ConnriuwinChutUforthe nk1 forOneYaratJS OO priceonlthoseWtofef1naotge of IItbeiHF EVENING POST kWlevIHi KyI U TO I Aupahle L4AAeoe II SPECIAL PRICE An NOP WITH THIS PAPER The Republican 1 yearPast 6 monthsincluding Atlas26C The Republican 1 yGar Post 1 year including Atlas 360 Address all orders fat both papers to THE UPUBLICAN Hartford Ky yswOUR CLUBBING RATES UHE REPUBLICAN and 1 135 TiQ REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 tsm REPTBLIC6x and St Louis Ghabepemocrat 176 TuE REPUBLICANI1nd Home and Farm 126 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekQwPns6eroInquirer 176 REITJBLIaAN and Louisville Daily Herald 326 THE tLEPUBL1CA1t ti fid Lally uwensDOm JnquUor H26- THE REPt1BL1CANtind Twce lkWeek Oboro Messenger 175 lrHE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky farmerrrrrrrr 175 Rl UoLIqAN and New Idea Woman8MagaZine 135 THE REPUBL CAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 104 totI IQAN SURE CUREd EKAH DiI111 STOMAcn 1AvuIIDlltrs fI For LOU1SVILLE Louisville d w lED111Co fj h h dteM oaohidiaMI I i1ft oJi JJL y D1 1qrFlCJWi or tW5irJs Fellio liaa4er tl uirJY LiXojley Trouts Jury Ifc H xarUA Deputle8Jeer A tJieDdajI moa4aYhl1fa7nd9v p County Court=ly Tsylor Judy k tAtsorneysash th Quarterly CourtBestaa oa ih rIl adbae1 flratday Taula ucteber Other Offtoer N Mozley surveyor IftJreve g W Leach e ti I I RoyJastes DWeeeSchuol S d CeresJlnaoJUSTICES COURTSy ilt WIIUam JI er aekisJune JI September J4 Dee bvtW P Miller Horse M June f6 September 261 December le i W S Dean Dundee1Tarrh 37 Jun 14 September ember fl IJllr1W1JD S ChamberlalnDed Karch M 20Hetbe30 Juno 20 September S eRlberID IIJuneHARTFORD POLICE COuRr zAttmaeyCourt convene d MondayIn each month City CouncilJ JL William Mayer George Lewis Clerk S K Cox Tres rnettHooker William and lStnet EJDi School Yluteee HarfdrdC oILI IIIfaKBamdt fELIgIOUSSERVICSL1M t Sunday tetC month tt n a as eaA 7 P m andad 7 p mRay gHey + fJdayand Sunday night and fourth Sunday IYHJW 1 SundirIn t- Ilrv T O Willow Pastor everyfouctltiP m Rev Henry Clay 1br4 Pastor 1 jIUtCRHT1UCll lssltaetfpnltodge No cru E A a Iita I scab NiOete drat earl third Monday 4 BarnettweverythirdRosooeRenderHatUon1 Chapter No S4 O E s meets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HouleRileyHough flyer Lodge No no KnJIi fEK afR and S Hartford Tent No lit JC 0 T K f moots every Thurbihaay night E B- Plandlehn Oomtnaht1ezo L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine hive No 4 L O T xMeet tlttit Friday evening and third lirafJ V JLholds I 1 the first Sunday In each stoat self ford Mlle Commander J M Sogeti AdJt tr Ohio Tribe No12 Imp 0ra E to i cent meets second towrtf Massa iiMonioOf Records fAcme Lodge liD 839 100 Fttmeets every second and ourtit Mon day night atN WIO 1 NGr7iN D DD Sokroatsc 8e5retaryt A- Carpenttn IJt tand Joisbra Inca lya 1881 meets 1st Saturday night in each month Noah SkBPPre W IiLime 8ec1ItulS OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity oi National Officers C0 PRiAYTON PrseGroenvUeIII BQWdingGreena D KUMD Sec TreasIndHwa t polls State OtflceYtlt Jt CCAhlllt tlileg aorptoYnJC OUlounXiObit1t tlT VENs PhI Beaver Data fOAt p ikBOW Cieae Hartford lily KyCCUNT1t r J M DeWeeeo Obattpan Hartor No l Wc Awhley HartlordRF D lt I- iIJ 1 A BeIehiyy 4teafll r 1D BauIltIi4rtlard Th FD1 p- Ne 4- 4Jno W yior Beaver DMn A i DNo3 4 G Riohand Pkitnmeg mo gbi s Ut L f DrOwn Rockor q T u Iffihit4 wak fe- MN H QsI Isa4f- i r i k 5 TY iiiiiii 4 j SPIRITUALISM SATANIC DELU5ION I i BY JOHN F PORTER i I FoY the 11 vfcg know that they hall die tint the dead know not anything neither Lave they any more a re ward tor tire memory of them te for gotton End 96 While I accept the Bible as being true and contain ing very Important historic facts and divine revelations for the use and comfort as well as being art Infallible wide to man we are well aware of the feet there are thousands of men within the sloe of civilization who are enjoying Ita benign influeocea who openly discard the Bible declaring It to be a fiction and a fraud To those wile thus respect the holy BCfipturea I can not fa this place take space to reason But we here urge upon all such persons that the conee queapes Involved nod In which each Individual must ehare his part are of such magnitude and nature that the subject demands of each national mind a very careful consideration of the whole subject before rejecting the Bible as being of divine authority cod as I believe it to be a true and In fallible guldeto man Spiritualist and all forms of spiritualism stands opposed to the Bible SAnd it Is therefore true that the Bible and spiritualism cannot ibpth be true And no bran can believe them to be true at the sametime for theyt are exactly in opposition to each other on this subject For the Bible eaya that God said to Adams in the day thou eateet thereof thou shall surely die Gen 2 17 and that the serpent said to Eve in order to de eelve her Ye Clod doth knOW Altars In the day ye eat thereof ye stall not ifurely die but that ye shall become RS gods knowing good and evil Gen 3J 4 Here Is given very plainly the origin of the controversy over what Is now called spiritualism and If we jdefllre to understand the full Import and the true nature of either the gos- ipel of Christ or of ita opposition e seen In spiritualism we must start atithte point and properly understand that controversy and its results for here was the beginning of this great contention v God said that man should die if 4ie ttanagreesedhla lawbut the devil by and throughhia medium the ser Pont contradicted God and mldVen God fcnoweth ye shell soot surely die but ye shall become as gods We should pause here and undertake to satisfy our minds wldcbot these state mente was then true it Is yet true and df what the devlf then said was then fajae it la nqwtal6eJLet me follow thjs case up a little Mao listening to these enticing words of spiritualism Just aa thousands of men pow do transgressed Gods law and fell under sin and God sen tenced him Dust thou are and un tajdust shalt thou return Gen 3 19 TO returnto dust is mans nature and Is Gods sentence upon him I here sail especial attention to the fact that excepting this statement as here made by the devil to mother Eve that man Is not to die and does not die there is no other such state ment made in all the fooly scriptures The whole of the Immortal soul theory of ell forma of spiritualism rests right here for its foundation In the authenticity of the old serpent called the devil While such Is the case It ia true that Bible abounds with posi tive statements that man is natively mortal And that fee dies that he returns to ails native1 dust and that his thoughts perish at death Let me here refer to a tea of these statements I The soul that staneta is shall die Ezek 18 4 CO 2431 Shall mortal man be more Just than God Job 4 17 God only haUi Immor taltty 1 Tim 117 616 bias if required to seek for humor tallty Rom 2 7 Life and lqmortnUtyare brought to light the OSpol2 Tim 2 10 In addition to these positive testa I call the attention of those n luored tar the very significant tact that no such termeas never dying sou I ruoateI soul or mrtU1I1g of Jimiar lon ia once found In all the hojy Bcripturea which roakpq any web Btatement which reads Thou shalt lnot surely dleieij S 4 fTnte Is perhaps equlvelent fa Its feenae but authority alto tnuthds very bad jprjta author tan impeached Jeetweald io the unbelieving Jew of lmfYe are otyour father the devil sad the Juats of your tethers ye iwlU do the woe a murderer ifrom the he gtalngf and abode not Lathe truth because there la no truth In him When he speaker a Ie ihe speaketih of his own Iii be Is a liar and the father onvJObo 844 This topeactaneflt bas reference All rooted to what tie devil said to moth eritvetq the garden of Bdaa i and UecMect upon te hum tamlly- Uid 4b00 M already quoted 1TJ1e dleWtedthektetedsodttire are low pe 1 ri hew ta9eta t rclit1faaCItylelt be- r Y J of x fofti falleta the sona oi men iiefalleth the beasts as the one dleth so dieththe other yea they hare alt one breath so that a gnarl bath no proeminence above a beast for ait Ia vanity All go unto one place all arc of the dust ankh all turn to duet again Bccl0 1920 Much more could be here quoted upon this point but this is sufficient 19 all who believe the Bible to be true I am not in tttia that oUsm is false by an examination of Its claims In a detailed manner but by showing that what it protends to rest upon as Its foundation is false And that it follows therefore that what they call spiritualism Is a delu sion of Mud Spiritualism 1s claimed to be carried on by communltatlon received from spirits of dead or de parted people and we are here showing that the Bible proves a clear case of alibi for man in this matter No clearer case of alibi could be established In any case in any court For when man fcos died when he has returned to dust when ho knows not anything and when he has no more love hatred or envy and when he Las no more a portion in any thing done under the sun it Is cbr talnly clear that he is not taken in these spiritwrapping seances No the spirits of the dead men have noth- Ing to do tn this matter for the Bi ble says when man has died he is deadThe Bible teaches that from mans death until hte resurrection he sleeps In total jinconsclousnesfl anti that he is In fact dead in all literal sense And so says reason and all moral and physiclal philosophy Life depends up on and is the result of organization- of mattor and is manifest in every living creature Just In accordance with its organism When such organism is broken up the life la destroyed and such life cannot be restored with out the reorganization of that body Man Is no exception to this law or condition of existence for the word say that man hath no pre mlnene above a beast in death but that at death he returns to his mother dust When man dies he posses into the same unconscious state In which he waa before he had an existence here in hia ibody and nothing but the same almighty power that created him can again restore him to life by and thorough a resurrection of tils body It waa in this that life and Immortali ty were brought to light through the gospel of Obrtst Through the gospel fact that is the death burial and res urrection of Jesus Christ It has been demonstrated to all who will be hove on him that the dead will be raised up right hear Is the point of contest between the goapeel of Christ and the teachings ot spiritualism The gospel of Christ teaches that moan dies and in order to live again he must be raised from the dead Spiritu alism teaches that man is naturally la possession of an Immortal nature and that he does not die and therefore does not need to be raised from the dead The same difference exists today be tween the gospel of Christ and spiritualism so tar as the fundamental Principles of truth and falsehood are concerned that exists in the first controversy Jn the garden of Eden God there said man should die but the devil said Yea sMl not surely die ye shall become as gods The klovil stands firmly by that first of nil falsehood and notwithsatndlng the fact that the whole human race have ever since that time been dying and re tunning to their dust he Is yet incul cating successfully teat same old tale Ye stall not die but ye become as lade This native Immortal spirit within him that goes oft into life at the death of his body ron feel any need of the gospel of Christ ADd if he ate out his faith he will never obey the gospel Eternal life tor man depends upoh his obedience to the gos pel of Christ and keeping the rom mandments of God But spiritualism ignores these No two things can be more In opposition to each other than the gospel of Christ and the teach lag of spiritualism One is the tefoh Ing of God and the other la teach log of the devil The one will secure io Its followers eternal life the other will end in eternal ruin to those who die In Its faith Tio one 13 the truth the other is a lie and ia of Satanic origin Spiritualism of today is com pletely filling up the measure of Pauls language concerning ft cs It Would be permitted to do before the end of the gospel ago Whoso coming Is after the working of satin with al power and rig s and lying wanders and with all decelvablenesa and uorl liteousiiesa In them that perish because they reedy ed mutt the love pf the truW that they might be saved lAnd for this jJfJeGod shall seodj theraj BtroiB de liwioBV that they iBfepitd believe alle T4 t they ail might be damnekl yhgq believed not the truth put lad pleas ra IIJ warl tebueoeBB 2dfieee 2 a- A r l r 9 to 12 T1risws a plain prediction of what we noW see fulfilling In the saying and d9 ngof Spiritualism 1oeawho Will not receive the truth as declared in the gospel ot Christ which teaches that man dies and need a resurrection in order to Hve again are now haying ell the sign and ly big wonders found In connection with spiritual senses which are necessary to cause them to believe the lie of the devil This spiritualism Is ripening up the world in its unrighteousness making it reedy for the havestlng that awaits it Atad there is nothing that will arest the progress ofsjilrltu alum this of that harvest day Splritu ahem in some form or in some degree Is the deadly came wiloh now per mites and Is poisoning the tneollgl cal teachings of the catliollcti church and of nil her protestants daughters Purgatory Is built upon It Toe heath era dogma of endless misery is built upon It And the belleef la goats hob BOdllnes and the doctrine of table wrappings and spirit seances drive their support and had their introduc tion Into the religious sphere by be ing so elevated by such doctrines be- Ing taught by the church No man can believe and teach that moan bas natively within him an Immortal spirit and whlcii at death leaves the body and goes off to heaven or to hell or to purgatory or any other place without berg himself a spiritualist and being also guilty of its deception for it the spirit of man does not die but only leaves the body at death there is no reasoning logic known to man by which to prove that those spiritualists claim they do if the and mingle with the living Just as spiritual claim they do if the one is one Is true the other Is The whole fabric of spiritualism rests upon toe doctrine of mansna tive immortality Seat upon the lie of the devil But the testsays the dead know not anything The bible Is very plain on this subject and all should give earnest heed to what it says upon it examine these test of scripture I have laid down for yourselves do not dispute this truth until you examine for yourself This Is pre sented In lov- eFrighttul Fate Averted I would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank DeSberry KelHuer Minn without iBuoklena Arnica Salvo which soon cured me In fallible for wounds cuts and bruises It soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Dons Skin Eruptions Worlds best tor Piles 25o at all druggist m Interesting War Relic ttlr Wm MteBougall who has been for some time engaged at government work on Cumberland river brought home with him an interesting war rel ic same being a battlescarred back ing bell from the engine room of the Str Noble Mice which was burn ed bythe confederates in the battle of Mill Springs on the Cumberland river The vessel drifted to Cans Island a distance of 15 miles after It was fired where it sank The bell Is a queer model made of steel and sonic lar ger than a pint tin cup and bears six or eight Indentures made by the bullets of the enemy Mr McDougall offered the owner of the boll 500 for Itbut he would not sell It GreenTlllvor Republican Notice of Election Orders Ohio County Court Regu lar term 1st day 1st day of March 1909 Hon 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 ot this Court W ATlchonor 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 tiled with the CIerkpt 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 lectlng annually a tax of 60 cents on each f10000 worth off taxable proper ty within said district together with I a poll tax of 160 on each legal white voter residing therein for the purpose of purchasing or erecting suitable I building or buildings and for the main tenanco of said proposed graded corn man school Said petition was In words and figures as follows towltt- Centertown j Ohio Co Ky Jan J8 1909 Toy W fy Taylor Judge of the KyAirbeing legal white Voters and taxpay ererha the bond Hereinafter set r- f 04 j forth respectfully petition that you j order an election to take the sense of the legal white voters as to wneth der a Graded Common School shall be established and maintained by the levy and collection for that purpose of a tax of fifty cents on each one hundred dollars worth or property In said district owned by white persons and corporations and a poll tax of 1DO on each white Inhabitant therein over twentyone years old under Sec tion 100 and following of the comma school laws The said district to be bounded as follows viz- Beginning at R C Tichenors farm and including him thence to G H Ashbya and to exclude him thence to and Including Edwina Rowe and by thence to and including the Bon Dexter farm thence to and Including France Heflin thence to and Includ- Ing Wm Mattocks farm thence to and Including T H Benton Virgil Bishop and John I Ashby thence to Willis Rowe farm and Including It and B F Calvert farm thence to T M Hatcures Including him thence to Doc Vincents including him thence to W I Iglehearts Including him thence to R C Tichenors the begin ningWe further represent that this boun dary embraces common school district No 17 and this petition has the approval of the trustee of said district and also the County Superin tendent of schools We designate the hill Immediately on the east and adjoining the present site as the proper place for the proposed graded common school building and certify that said site is not more than two and onehalf miles from any portion of the boun dary of said district We respectfully subscribe ourselves your Petitioners as set out above this 18th day of Jan 1909 Signed W A Tichenor and 26 other legal voters It further appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that said peti tion was regularly tiled docketed at the February 1909 term of this Court by order was laid over for one month for exceptions and none having been noted or filed herein and that said petition and proposition meets with the approval of James M1 DeWeese Coun ty8uporlntendent of schools of Ohio county as per his indorsement there on Therefore the Court being suffi ciently advised it Is ordered and ad judged that said graded common schoo district be established as fully set out Barney Rowe thnece to the Melton fart Including It thence to H B Ashbys excluding him thence to H i 0 Bennett and Including himthence to W B McLeans and excluding him thence to and including W P ASh in the petition herein filed and as above recorded and that the sheriff of Ohio cqunty R B Martin be and he is hereby ordered and directed to open a poll at the school house in the said Centertown school district on Saturday April the 17th 1909 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal 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 favor of the levying and collection annu ally of a tax of fifty cents on each 10000 worth of taxable property with In said district owned by white per sons and corporations and also a poll tax of 160 on each legal white voter residing within said district for the purpose of repairing erecting or pur chasing suitable building cand the maintenance of said graded white common school as aforesaid- It is further adjudged by the Court that each and allot the allegations and statements as set forth In the petition herein filed are true The said Sheriff of Ohio county when furnished with a copy of the orders c herein by the clerk of this court will have same published as required by law will at the same time and placo as above directed cause the two officers by him appointed to hold said election to propound the following question to each of the legal white voter offering to vote Are you for or agalnt the levying and collection annually of a Tax of 50 cent on each 10000 worth of tax able property within said district own ed by white persons and corporations and a poll tax of 160 on each legal white voter resident therein to be used for the purposes herein set forth and they shall record the vote there onasthe voter may direct And they shall at the same time and place hold an election at which a Board of five trustees shall be elect ed by the duly qualified voters of said district for said proposed graded oem mon school district and this cause Is continued for report as prescribed by law I A copyAttestWAa O O 0 C t I Pursuant to the foregoing order I will causepto be opened a poll at the purpototI ia MARTIN SO C lurch981909y 4 xr + u PUPHEAL We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadtma and halt miles from Sunnydale dIrect- ly on the M H E R R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water A four room house in Hartford located on the Pike 3 acre lot splendid well of soft water plen ty of fruit for mail family This is a desirable piece of property 75 acres at Davidson Station on the Owensboro branch of the I C R R 60 acres fine bottom land will grow 54 or 80 bushele corn to acre 15 acres of rolling land very fertile Two fine Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek t Dwelling story and half eight rooms new located South side Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable A 40 acre tract of bottom land one mile from Dundee All cleared except about 10 acres and under fence Will grow from fifty to sixty bushels of corn per acre Four room cottage house and one half acre lot in Fordsvllle opposite col lego Terms easy A nwe house and lot situated In old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house four room cot tage a good nwe barn Desirable location 60 acre tract of hill land one mlle from Beech Valley schoolhouse on Hartford and Hawvtue road All cleared except about 20 acres two dwellings barn and other out build- Ings A good four foot vein of coal which is now in opperaiion House and lot at the corner of Clay and Washington streets now owned by E Crabtree This la one of the finest locations in Hartford and the property Is in good repair House contains nine rooms and there is a never falling sprltg of soft water on the lot This property can be pur chased at a very reasonable figure Apply at once as it will not be on the market long 12 acres on the Beaver Dam and Cromwell public road 112 mile from Beaver Dam in good state of cultiva tion good young orchard grapes straw berries raspberies good 4 room oot tago with varanda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting of nwathouse hen house coal house good well Located in good neighborhood 27 acres good farm land on Prentis public road adjacent to Robert Plum mer good old and young orchard good tour room dwelling and good out buildings Two good ells Located in good neighborhood close to school 182 acres of upland known as the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres in splendid state of cultivation 82 acres timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and outbuildings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwellIng and store house one acre of lot good out buildings at small mining town in Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition In bulnesss 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 timber balance In good state of cultivation 13 acres farm land good house and barn orchard two wells of good wat er at Megan Ky A tract of land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public road one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres in cultivation splendid dwelling barn and out building A good orchard and other conveniences atten ding 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 tho property We are only agents for the owners and oUr purpose is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service wo charge one small commission No charge If DO sale is effected List your property with us or If you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY A Reliable Remedy FOR CATARRHElys It quleklablorbed Gives Rillct at Once It cleanses soothes jrotectsthe brane su1UuIfrom Catarrh and drives away nOold in the Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size LiquidCreamEly Brothers 60 Warren Street New York 1 lPlIJroDlgl il g CUBllNETT 0 ESIIITB BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY vtll practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals Special attention given to all business entrusted to their care Collections and the Practice ot Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Her ald building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal pensionsEtccountyOttlce M L IIKAVlllN KIINEST WOUJW All HEAVRIN WOODWARD G ctfeys at HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collections Of fice next door to Bank of Hartford YANOY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank w B BARNES 8 A ANDERSON BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the prac tice of Law In all courts State and Federal with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W II BARNES- S A ANDERSON JOHN UWILSON CHAS MCIIOWB WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in tho Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office on Main St opposite Court House cwt TRADEMARKS promptly obtained In all eountrlet or no tee e obtain PAYarrauemthoewghlyatourpen Brad model photo or sketch for FREE report on patentability to ran practlcaA SUR FortreeQuldhook StreetWASHINGTON KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery run +oucHS OLDS tfiSfe AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACT08 OR MONEY REFUNDED AND DEPENDED6endmoad PROCURED expert etenuer =coprr1ehtseto IN ALL COUNTRIES Bmiiuu turret milt Wotklngto mmt timr and flnll txclusiveliWrao Iass IllAUlIInllt app ValUi Hatai rtUat OIIoe WASHINGTON D C B4F7NGPOWDFM- akes delicious hot biscuit griddle cakes rolls and muffins The only Baking PowderIMade from Royal Grape Czeam of Tartar OLATON March 31Mr Arthur May Leitch field was In Olaton on buslnessrtu day and Wednesday Mr Al White and family and Cy- sus Sharpe and tnmlly loan moved Into tko tlieDanlol house Mrs Della Armstrong Beaver Datu is the guest or iaor brother James Stinson Mr W T Young Yeanmn washer e on business rrhursday Mr S H Payton ds down from Csneyvllle on a months stay WIth his mother Mm Jane Payton and while hero ho will help in the build ing or their now home attach Is to be erected opposite the Lyons resi dence 1l1r and Mrs William LOt alo have been do Louisiana the past few months for tholr healthth are expect ed to arrive inomo on the afternoon train tomorrow A surpdso Is in tore for them on their nrJvalWI nn oddltlon of three rooms hnsbeen added to their residence tt1e new addlUon was planned by tiielr dalgll ter Miss Zell and the mnIi buildings have also been repaired and too mouse since completed adds much beauty to our town us well Es being a great surprlse to her parents Mr Charles Grants rom burned Saturday night Tice origin of tIre fire Is unknown One mare and colt and several nheopp were cosumed In the flames Also the teed and farm ing implements One mule escaped from the building but was fearfully burned hue loss has not been learned but Is thought to be over 800 with no insurance alts Ollie Keith Inns returned to Beaver Dun after visiting her moth er who is ill With rheumatism Mesdamro riellle Hall and Annie Hall returned from Dooer Dam Monday where they visited the latter part or last week WUbert Hall returned from Leitdr field Wednesday MAT ANZAS CllIrch 30J H Iglebeart who has been very sick for the last Week Is some better lIrs L E Everly Is spending a few days In Hartford the guest or her parents Mr and Mrs J C Den nettL H Condit and wife or Owensbor ware the guests or W F Condit and family last Sunday W A Taylor who has been sick for sometime Is better The sale at the residence of C M Evorley deceased last Saturday ws largely attended Dr D F Tlchenor or PleaMntt Ridge was called to ee J II Iglehoort last Tuesday Mrs Dettle Atherton who has been very sick bas about recovered Roy TJchenor and wire of Beaver Dam2 visited the family ot SVTIoh enor last Saturday night and Sun day The Sunday school at the Baptist church hero will observe Foreign rRs- alon day the scoond Sunday In April at nlgat An extensive program has been arranged for trot occasion and nn Interesting meeting is anticipated and a big crowd Is expected Every body Is invited Services begins It seven oclock p w- CROMWELL illt1reh 31Tllc young folks laB well as old wm lnve some placo to go the coming spring and summer as Sun day scbool will begin next Sunday at No 25 Rev James P Taylor Is quite ill at this writing otherwise tie health at- tho neighborhood is good Cromwell Is on a boom there Is a Milling Company already formed to put up Q fme roller mill The people are rejoicing over the prospects m- we have been sadly In real of such nn Institution for years rrho A S oCE will on next Satur day consumato n trade with J W11l Cooper of Drover Dun for his tobac 00 warehouso located there nt Qrom ell tor tte sum or uso casts- We know a good thing when weaeo W J ZrsMarJon Bunch of Rochester r r 4y i was culled to too bedside of her father Rev J p lU1lor Saturday returning to her home Sunday wl1lle her sister Mrs Susan Grubb Is In tlt tcndance now Rev G W Gordon has lately placed In his residence a phono to connect with the American Standard Co Miss Olive Gordon has returned to tier home niter sovera days visit to her sister lit Rochester Miss Foy Keown fas returned to her home at Select after spending a few days with her cousin Tassie Eu lalla Taylor dire SlAde Taylor is visiting friends and relatives at Select this week MIss Audm Taylor entretaino a few friends at her home SatordayC- 11r and Mrs Skate Taylor entertained quite a number oftoung folks Wednesday night A nice time was reported MAGAN Idareh 29Mr Harrison Hendrix and Miss Ella Russell were inarrled at the brJdes home the 24 at four po m In the presence or a few Intimate friends and relatives by Rev William Edge niter the ceremony the bridal party enjoyed a four ocloclo dlnner given by the brIdes mother nom to Sir and tire Huge Ralph the 25 a fine Baby girl Dflss Pulliam or Patesvll Is the guest ot her aunt Mrs J U Ville and family this week Mr Thomas Keown died nt his eonS Samuel Keown at this place last night or supposed heart failure Mr Keown went to awake his father and found him dead He was In lids 78 year Mr Henry Medcait who baa been sick for some time Is not much better Mr J P Midklff who has been poorly for some time Is some better iMr G A Ralph of Hartford snowed to hIll farm near here last week COllege News There are just five weeks more of school after this and as the end draws nearer teachers and pupils will strive the harder In order to properly tour plete the years work and at the same time prepare their respective parts In- thl series or entertainments of com mencement week No time will be taken from the regular school work by any teacher In the training of pSi pUs for the parts they will take in the entertainments This does not mean that pupils will receive but lIti tIe training on the contrary they will be given thorough training each Saturday and before und after school each day A splendid series entertainments line been planned and tr wo are nut very much mistaken they will be In structive and highly entertaining when given by the pupils The following boarding students visited their home folks Saturday and Sunday Misses Ula Dunn and Mabel Easterday and Messrs Ernest DUKe James Hamilton Elmer Allen Carl Park Roy Bennett No Howard Gilbert Dell and Ira Plummer Mr John Hamilton who has been an excellent student In school since last September was taken sick of typhoid lever a week ago last Friday and Is now very sick John Is a flue young man and his many friends hope for his speedy recovery AETNA VILLE March 31The farmers nfevery busy Gardening seems to be the or der of the my Some tobacco plants are thought to be killed byCrost f I think there will Ibo plenty lofl J TL Loyd avid his intither T H Loyd went to Whltesv1lle yebterday- IS G Harrison and Harvey arorison went to Owensboro on businpas today We no very much in favor of the Payne blll in Congress especially On reducing the tariff on the necessaries ot me rhe cost lOt living about cs high as oun wages We ai11ook for gocd things from President Tuft I think ho knows hl business I guess L Reno thinks Taft is all 0- C I Would love to iwNe seen ML vrJn landed there or oonO thingDetterr r t u 1f 1 lJ t Match CENTRAL 30Mr G L Loadylilt foLou1sVllItt lturday 1W en ha a PQs1t1DsS BookkeeVet end Architectural rattsmaa for tRBiL- ILl alke CostruetlpnCo rtMrs S T DroDI hasmtursedhome augbiterI Ky r Mrr and Mrs George Emuton wll llama iltines visited the family of lIr D M Park Sundaytj Arthur Faught and family Williams Mines spent Sunday at iIF FaUghts I Barney Iloeker and sister MIss Meek visited In the Wgltgns creek neighborhood Saturday and Sunday I tnllDof throat trouble Is sQmelbe4er- Mesdame 1 q tlynter and 1f G Snail havoa severe af uiClirofhrhaAiintg tlm Myrl jnfsitt daughter of 11dh4h- ire E Rllshop mysgltlte 6 week but improving w11eni IaeiSieard- from fh IiDr L F l1tz1jugh and wlt Is land arp visttng Mm Fitzhugiigypar oats Mr and Mrs EiijnaCooper Mr and Mrs Harlan FaughlutUJd son Master Frost o1WilI1ams1M1nes visited rniaUves in thla community Saturday nndoSundl1Y M F Faught attended the burl al orllr Robt Thorpe at Renderlast Friday Mr S T Drown and daugbi MIss Mbye wont to Hartford Saturday Notice Bankruptcy In the district courtt of heIlnited States for the western diStrict or Kentucky Owensboro Dlv1sIQtl In the mutter of Gertrude Wilson Bankrupt To the Creditors of Gertrude Wil son of Rosine In the County Cf Olo and district aforesaid bankrupt Notice Is hereby given that ontie- 10th day of March A D 190JJJ the said Gertrude Wilson was uliadju dlcated bankrupt and first meeting of creditors will beheld at the law office of Dean Dean In Owensboro Kentucky on the 8tb day of April AD 1909 at 2 p m at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the Bankrupt and transact such other business se may properly come before said meeting J A DEAN Referee la Bankruptcy Owensboro Ky March 29th 1909 OAK GROVEr March 30Sunday school 1Jlbe organized nt this place the first Sun day In April Mr J W Daniel visited his daughter Mrs Isaac Chrlstlanor Cane Run neighborhood last Friday Mr Charlie Tate of Beaver Dam was the guest of Nina Uzzle FotIMn last Sunday MisseS Estoy Daniel and Ltzrlo Forman visited their friend Mra W p Allen at Narrows last Wednesday MIss Yernle Doswell was the guESt of her slstarlIlB Jim G dlouayrom Friday until Sunday Mr Commie Nabors went to ow boro Tuesday on businessJMr J W Thomas is palatingbda house Messrs Foster Thomas and 0tJti Daniel were the guests or their eau sin Mr RolUe Forman Sundayr SELECT April l1lr Luther Burden and Mies MatUe Stratton were married nt the church Saturday night Marclri27 Rev R P lroKlnler nUlc1aUng Their nhirny friends wish them a long and happy mach od life Rev McKinley filled Ws regular ap pointment here SundaY There was a large crotvd resent Farmers are verY busy sincethe pretty weather bas dome again George Sanders anti family oft St Louis have been visiting his parents- Mr and Mrs Charles Sandorgfrfor the past week Mrs Tom Orowder and little daugh ter ot SmaUhous are visiting relatives berg at this writing Mrs C S Taylor of IPlnchicovi lted relatives here this Week Mr lichen Day of near this phase Is very low whin dropsy Mr John LW1mMn f Ilogansport attended church rel3unday 1 J s James was In Deaver DMii Monday i J V James or tlCHel1tY stuff fn town Sunday and Monday COOL SPRINGS March 30Rev om filled his regular appointment here the third Saturday and Sunday iDro Casobier oflHartford prdioh ed here the third Smroaroight 1rJlm Davenport of nocbo was the guest Orltr Joe FuRonBrnr j day night Aries llffio Demmanotl1yirf town 9wr cousin 1f1rs Ahtdra Ellfott Saturday and Sunday 4J Mr Ilasco Wilson and iCofl little sonCecnand fix Ct51 Bunch Af Butler oounty v1eited- Oldrence Denni from Friday UMI1 IJ Ji jMI B rberNo2i6sFor the S LiSOnoJI909 barber ro 275 the well kno- Geryian CotchStalllon seaspijof DO ft iIAllens stin ert Will at the sum o ldto Inllure a hag Gilt money du- whg ae colt is foaied or mart- ransferrrred n J A a coachtioreg barber has n- equal andhuving been under lthe care of W Di Klrb ryr Dowling Green Ky a portionq 1tbe winter he Y now In n than ever be forejftJeco ch horse Barber ids no sup or In the State and ims already ehowuupsame of tlieblst colts eve prodHced in this locality We fee sate In Baying to the general pu lI that no better house could be foun for general breeding purposes Barber Isn red bay six years ld extra fine set ot black legs and splendid feet over 16 hands high weighs In medium flesh 1350 pounds and Is Ls sound as a silver dollar- We will gladly do business with you In a business way Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Respectfully oZ1L ALLEN Keeper Ccntertown Ky Sunday evening Mrs Matilda Fulton visited her sister Miss Minnie Wright fIO1lby Mr and Mn OE Scott and little daughter Emma Mrs Fnntlye Neal- and children visited Mr Luther Rains Sunday Mrs Annie Benson anti daughter Miss Iva spent Sunday nt Mr elM ence Dennis r Miss Via Dunn pt Hartford visited her home from FrIday until Sun day Mrs Lena Dunn and daughter Miss Lennie Mrs Agnes Tate visited Mrs Unn Dennis Thursday evehing lira Fannie Scott nna baibyEmma and Mrs Chitin Stevens were the guest of Mrs Agnes Tats Wednesday evening CANE RUNj March 31Proyer meeting is progressing nicely ot this place dir J W Daniel of 1Varrown visit ed his daughter Clara Annie Chris tian Friday Bran Sylvia Wilson of Rockiport Is visiting her mother Mrs Emma White this week Miss Myrtle Miller Is wasting trden ds at First VIew this week Mrs Dlnab Baby wbo bus been sick for the past tW10 weeks Is improv- Ing IMrsMary Christian was the guest of G J Christian turd family F1rl day night And Saturday Mrs Maggie Christian attended the singing school at Olaton Sunday Sunday School vlll lbegin nt this place Sunday MrC V Christian bas In Beaver Dam Friday on business Mr Odle fey aunt MIm Je6Ste Cummings of Olaton attended pray or mooting at this Place Tuesday night Mrs Emma White visited her sister Mrs Jada Arnold or Horse Iimnwh Monday and Monday night- HORTON April 1Fnrmers of this placc are making arrangements for another crop Ir Anthony Daniel of this place Who has been quite 111 Is able to be out again quitIllMr Jim Patton of this place Went businessIdshouse J Mrs Willie Daniel of near this pine e s slowly improving Mr and Dtrs Bilge Hoover were the guests ot Sfr and Dirs E M- Daniel Sunday 1N lMiB Madeline Barnard near this iti9s1owiylmprqvJng lMr John andiMack DanletlWenfto Rioslne to meeting Saturdaynlght Sunday school at tbdspsce is pro grseslng nicely i liss Edna Allen wLo roe been visiting her feti 1- dr1ii hITal11 tkad- wpre fioillin H rilordj iO ii Mr aadt MiliehstWereaZHa- rttordDuesday 1w irit lr Jlrm Wriglst and son George I 5 1 j f rf i The Workittg T ain s Suit D IJj j IIJ i 1 irJ 1 r a rI i J I ti 1 J x i t 1 rI t1I IIi l 1111 jttr ljiIrlr h r ptf9UI j 1 The wormngman isthe mars of wa4I w want to interestfor rve J hte t he1waists The f wrlwJthUmoney h to burn will p troniz the hlghpriced tailors The strugJ1 a ghngpoor man iw il of neces 4i madeaJr cotton warp clothes Butihe sensible thrifty workingman iT wants well made durablehon estfabrics stylishly designed costing mo4erate prices for a ordmadeZwill give perfect satisfaction e in factwe guarantee it and when we guarantee WI stand 1Jr by Jt SQMr Workingman 1youtake no clothes risk here 3c Try us iZ E +i2 Carson 6 CoI INCORPORATED HARTFORDKY i M R EMEM6 E6-b TUATNOMATTER WHAT YOU NEED IN THEWAYOF 1 and Dessl land Ruth Were In last Week t to On the of the 10th of April 1909 at the in Oo- H 3rd Intty K S G will be z1 iby lncle Tom W111 be served and paid lor out of the funds noW quired to be not will be to 1ve up aU to the State the rodent from the Adju et terthe BiboVe ttete A1Jof the men deslr ours of of tbg are to be present tI1IJl field all by the 91 titled be 1w- ed ior lid arreet JM Capt to Mr Owen wee in br Mr C A has f t t 1 r HARDWARE WE HAYEIT I Also A1 KLDds of Farm IrnpiemeitsWAGONS BUGGIES AND FIELD SEEDS Ohio County Supply Co INCORPORATEDHalrrtford 3rtdaughters Hartford Notice Guardsmen evening Armory Hartford rcrg- anized supper prepared Every nbnndIreenll1t raqulydd property belonging Under orders bewornoffstrictly enforced young becoming members company cordially dpvlted personally respgne1ble- for equipment turntbec1 ofQo1ilnpoe nronenotenthhsreh3a TtetgiectQully- e DoWEDBE WHiTESVILLEorck31Mt pnaattfewJJartlett tSWena Kelley gueeito Kbisip- r yMrJ bore OIl bulJ1nes last FridaylThe threjyaroldi baby or M4 add i lr3 Hilary weatiey Was burnet9 to death oneJast week Mr N Palley has moved back to hiss term n r SUgar Orove Weregrot very much to Give Mr Kelly up tIngunlimited display of natural wit and natural Humor offered a treat to the idle men of WhUesvlllowhlcbIIIOO wayeplentiful Miss Lydia Jamewan the alrbt attharinklastFriday fI JennloWensowenaboiio last Fridays been4uffering kitedeatetday it Ladies Fabrics T j D1rectC1 i have accepted the gtlc for the i Ii111ssourfJulttng8fbi1 i aofseen addseeorQr4k I R8 J B f 4 if J