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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a h t to z U d jt Sf ri 5 F ttcpublican6II 4+ Cd f J x f Mitt Fine jOb Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OP ALL THE PEOPLE or Ohio COUNTY Subscription 1 per YearN I VOL xn HARTFORD onto COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 9 1909 No38 II 4i BIhCROP MEANS 4 RUIN OF fARMERS a President Berry Urges Re duction ofAcreage- i Declares That More Tobacco Cant vas Has Been Purchased Than Ever Before f tie Tobacco Growers of the r Green River District will you need b word of wnrnin- gad let common Sense guIde gory fir are you willing to net like mad noo and destroy the work of five yeud of- organl tonT e Just what each of you win do In- dlviduany all of yOU will Ids cot oUre1y Will YOu plant a big crop of tobaco bop tbtOUr oolghbor will plant IlL small crop We all think muclr alike ao just wbak you do- a you mndepend upon your nelghbo- l S doing oleo Dora any sensible ma- fi thInk we can maintain the anaximu m price of 9 9 3 rJn the taco of an ovonwhelmldng surplus such w WIll surely lave it we only CBrry out the proposed plans that have already boon made tor the crop Lot us trot deceive ourselves and look for Providence to hetp us out of tl bed fix lit we with our egos + open get Into one for 1mvldence hope those who help tJmselves more is not any doubt tlmt there ti1san Jtort beIng mule tar C3 bIg crop 1of tobacco IS there Is just ook lilt S a the oorupty houses in Owensboro the number of wagon loQ furniturer Ian1 people moving to the country I See thu hillside and ferJcerow coy erde with white cantina Ore the lumbar Dtpeoplo coming to town i hunttng far more canvas EverY merchant will tell you that more mn vas Jms Ibecm acid than over before wm youin mpdte owl all this pre peratlon far n tobexxo crop and the certain consequences of Co big crop trvplant sUch In the Lice of sfunt OU must know well to be the result It 1s not yet too late Will you turn backand plant B madernto crop and let us siaintnla tho present prices nr Will you madly hush to certada de- struction7 You lave again bonoreel ono to lead you but I em Qllly human and all the efforts of mine und noose who lave been chosen to asedsd sne tWill be for naught If you do oat act ra tionaliy and out dOwn the contem- f plated crop J tell yet tarn fly t5nt ma organIza- tion can Uve la the tace of Wo con- temPlated crop and then ISUlplus Surplus that grout bUgnOOo of low f prices 1h04s to curry IU Pilo buy- ersy will If they can gOt the prloe i low enough Certainly our present onetjginning of w8anfaation Was an unpopular one for dt made us carry our owaa surplus or loot a part OJ ve had to sorry Uand we oouM not today get people to pledge tI9 a plan other than for to1 pay on delivery IU1e sentiment tor 10000 ib1ls 16sn r tobacco wad a proNtnb1e price ie- overwhi ming In the clreeni River dis- trdct ZSe dttle farmer bark do the adlla may Ot be ns mMt on ovary ttlDn es his brother tnrm- er u the ilch level laandsbut iia has tasted more keenly Ite oZfcot Of lOW prices pnd ys smart ugb tknow that a big crop by everybody IiU tel so mean a small price Jo everybody lYouon GOW rlehevel taims otoot have to depend ba tobnaoo but can Oonrpste with the green West inn the growdngof lW1toom grass lics and tattle rrhe moll on the- titli harm ngeta pnadest living ibutf+ other crops iie wpuld bodnbe drlven Marvatlonl erlsoot caking that the big farmer quitetttirely J tiowing iobacco butl1es begging if him more tttnate iurother to bttuIt Ilkcnbp sad ddo b4e share bt 3ce9plns down the lop fl that the prlceiwW reanMuptsble overr the prices Dt tan rct1Iii exception or tobsoo14tey 1 a i t lft h promise to romJD good because there Is no rdlnQry effort to verplant any crop bUt bobaor- rbbacvo a not the onlY crop that wltpay Isb true If eo then bet us cut down our contemplated tolzacco acreage and pay more nttet tton to other crops I wkly also to couml n word of warting1w regard to the growing of the ono sucker type ot tobacco In 1908 the demand for tobacco wee such that florae was little objection for one sucker by tae buyers nut tr we have only a moderate elzo crop ono trucker la bound to moil tar less money than the brood beat Green river In the fIrst placo 4n Stemming onesucker it laces 60 pet cent as the stem isvoryk1a1e rrhen the uses to Which onetucker ore adopted are limited on account bf tile tmuree fiber or ribs There are some soc Uons namely the upper Cumber iland dlabrlot that grow 1t to per footlon The soil of tho Green River distriotls not adopted to its growth and the rather districts win produce all that the market requires diethey plant onesucker Our soil andywe have a demand for our type of farrtheptrade does not want and that will not sell tar as much us Green liver Oc ladewishing to soave the people of Green River district In the best pea sIble way I deem It my duty to address this letter to you Very truly yours HENRY S DEThUY CLEAR RUN April 6 Sunday sohbol was organ lzod hens Sunday ryvtth Mr Luther KIng superlntena eutmid 6lre Ethel Funll Boor tjl1fo J Rev RE li1uqua filled this regular apolntment hero Saturday and Sun day with good attendance LBomstD the wise of Mr Pat hug land April let a boy Mother and child doing well Mr Pat Is till emllez- Tirbse oa the sick list are Mr and Mra Hrurdln Hoagland Mr J T Hoog land Afrs HOJrdln and furs J L Hoover and Mrs A E Stowart- Mr Luther KIng and eblldremEllis and Malgerot wont to J3ufOTd yesterday We were visited here this afternoon by u heavy rain and storm Mr Rlchvrd stewart ands family of furnetts Creek visited leis brother Mr A E stewu1t and wife ot bola place Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Ernest Patton of Bar netts Crook neighborhood Were the guests ot his sister Arm J E Funk Saturday might and Sunday fllIr and Dire FsUI1 Funk of near- TWfy ore spendtrag a few days la the WC1Slrlngton aefgliborhbodi this wrook Mrs McKo1vle rurrny and non Ev eritt and Mrs G J Stewart Md family spent Sunday with iMr Leslie Hoover and family Mr and MJrs Clevotdl Wluittabsr of Barnetts Crook und MIss Beatrice Newoom pent Saturday night with Mr R A Stewart and Itaantly Mr and Mm 31U NIckelson visited relatives in Waohtngton neighborhood Sunday and Sunday night M1B9 IMatY Smith and Beatrice Newoomb visited tMku Iva Giray Sun dayIMusa Dom Stewart spent SUnday with Airs L C Hoover of I1arDett8 Creek Me Hattie StewnTt spent Sunday withdtiaa Nannle ITohnson Mr V D D Stevens Dead Mr V D D Stevens died at hIs home just north of town last Sunday nIght about mIdnIght after a few weeks illness of dropsy of the heart He was 75 years old and had been an active pUbllcsplrlted man all his life taking an activee part on all questions pertafning to the publics welfare He- watt twice elected as a member of the Fiscal Cturt and IIn thatlbodyht9 word and opinIons were always respected Ho was for more than fifty years a leadIng member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Bedq and ln that capacIty he will be greatly missed Funeral services were con ducted Tuesday mrorningby Rev T C Wilson at the residence and the burial which was conducted by the Masonic Order of which he long been prominent member fol lowed ImmedIately afterward in the Alexandoc graveyard lIe Is survl- Vedby his wife and two irons Messrs- A L and W NIjItevn8 vhio have thersyrnpatby of eutlre aelghbo = b d A r l It r I I S25OO Gold Watch I the lady remitting totle lbenofit of his The watch Is pIece of It and Is useful tiS well It I being of standard and quality Jewel tclve nrrived and we will send to at FIVE YEARS IN THE PENITENTIARY For James H Parrish The Owensboro Bank Wrecker The jury In the Panish ctC nt- HMveavll1e after being Cut eU u1gh returned a verdict of guilty Sterday- momlng fixIng punishment at five years in he penltenttnw It Is not thought that there are any rover saiblo errors and that the verdict win 1 stick The instructions of the court to the jUry winch embmces the law of the case will no doubt be rrod with interest by bankers throughout the countrY ns the definition of a sol vent bank presents un interestin question The instructtoa areaS fol lowsFirst that It they believe from the evidence beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant James H P1rrls- hdldlnD3vle countyprevtou9 to the finding of the indictment willuily Intentionally and feloniously assent the receiving of a of the firm of H P Martin and sons of 130 or property to that value toT posit is said Owonsborol Savip g5 and company and that said sum was so deposited and that the defeudant at the time he assent ed to said bank receiving mId deposit the Ud so consent was presIdent of Bald bank and that said bank Was Insolvent at tho time of said deposIt and that said defendant had knowledge that said bola WaS Insolvent if It was so insolvent then andin that event the jury should find the deteUd ant guilty tiS charged in the Indictment and fIx life punishment to the penitentiary ot not loess than one nil not more than 10 years in theIr die cretIonsecond If you believe that the do posit was receIved Iby an omployo of the bank wrho was engaged to receIv- Ing deposits for and In bo alf of said bank in the regular course of the business with the knowledge and under the general nuthorltY or defendant then l6Ddnt assented to such receIvIng of the deposit within the matting of the foregoIng dnstruc thins lihnceA bank Is Insolvent within the meaning of these in structloDlt when its lad assets Me of UchcharalCterkill valuo that It eannot meet its demands In the ordinary of its business h4demndS ofabank wIthin the moaning of the foregoing Instructions are all sums Wolng bY It to other banks tlnn reorpothtlons or persons wwether for money borrowed or for i oney deposited wIth it either on time cretiticateo ot deposit or on tree deposit subject to chock rout the amount owing by the bank to Its stocktbldree as such for its capltadetobk and surplus if any should not be conaldered t a debt against the bank within the moaning Qif the Mxogotug ine4auc tlvnaFlftlh the jury are further instructed that the defendant Sa gresunued to be tnmooent and this premmnptiono l bile innocence etitles htmvotinaIOq lat their unless bin gut1tb1lB been iYeiNronitke v1diricebYoil a reaso lei t jCtt 7 h VtJ Tt Inwturtherance of our dotmmintltion- to j Mf id an opportunity for every young c4y woo puts foah on effort In out eatest to win u more valuable special premlumllanheretofore award = ed we will give to the Indy turning in the most votes during the period from April Ltb to Atil 22nd n beautiful 2300 gold hvatoa Durlrg this offer 100 on new subscdptlone will entitle you to 1000 voteS antlJ 100 on renewal and buck subscriptions will entitle you to SOO votes AIl romittarces reaching us Iby G oclock- p m April 22nd or mulled In letter bearing postmark of April 22ntl will entitle otffsr w beautiful make Cares winnbsg once deposIt funk Trust banks Fourt v- n HERBERT 2 April 6Rey WillIam H Druner- fI1e4 hIs regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Mr Emmet Haynes of Thruston wino has spent the winter nt Dolond FlorIda wIth hIs brother Herbert attended church here Sunday Herbert will not return home until fitly Messrs Shelby and Chndid Fordani Albert Qulsonberry of Fontsv1lle and Ed Qulrenberry of Hunter Arknn sal visited their uncle Mr Wllllam Ford Sundry Mr Charlie Ford and family will leave In n short time far Okkhoma- to nxtke theIr future home rDlirses Dora Hem and Lule Jenkins Pellville were here Sunday Mr henry MYlligun and family and mater Miss Mattie attended Mrs- Millie Harrisons funeral nt tltt Aetna Sunday 1MlDudaey Haynes and wife were ofi Mr hank Colemun of jAetpuvllle Sunday Mr Coleman Is seriously nil IMr John L Graham and wlteIncoo visited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Misses Corn Storms of Craalbors and Mabel Drown Weber SPEnt Sat urd1y night with Miss lfary Oiambers AIr George Obenctaln Is visiting at Mr Obe Durdetts t0s Mary Fiowers of PnteSvllle was tile guest of Mrs Mhg Skinner Szturdny ends Sunday Mr furl lUte Eneor spent Sunday atlfr John DrunerS Virgil Miller went to Bl2Ver Dam Sunday pi llt to be the guest of hIs sister Mrs Floyd Baize ltliss Ltllle Rico or Pelh1lle was hire Sunday III Arthur Burdett returned home from Bowling Green college last night He will remain at home during the summer l1r George Barnett and daughter will spend Easter SUnday In Fords vHl- eMcGaryLewis y Mr JI H Lewis cashier of the Bank Of Oentertown and Mist LeIla AlbGory of Hardlnsbutg Ky twill be united la marriageeVodnesdW April 14th Mr Lewis has been ism otarge of the Dank Bt Oootertown sInce Its organization some tour years ago and M llt up a splendid banking usI- noobp 1ItISS MfGary Is one of Har- dlns burgs scclety boils and is quite populob The Hnrdlnsburg Democrat In announcing the nupUab says The wedding will be a quIet home affair anti the bride and groom will leave immediately after the cere many for o short bridal trip Tae bride Is one of Harolnsburgs- chnrming young woanew and is very popular Wherever known fire Om is II native of Owen county but the for u number of yners been veT suecssful as a banker ot- Centertown Ohio county r Woodmen Grove at McHenry A Grove of the Woodmel1lCirclo wus organized at McHenry Monday night March 26th with 40 charter members Major R E Russell DIstrIct iUannger of the Woodmen of the World n stalled the officers and InstItuted tine now Grove The CIrcle Is the auxilar of the W o W After the cormerlea Wero over a dplectnble lunch Was served Following were the officers elected and installed Mrs ElIzalbebh NnveGundl Mrs Mbguolia por tel AdvjAMra Ludl1a France Glop- lainMxiNellie Nave Danker Miw- MyrtleHernddn Clerk Mrs Lllile- pj i- vr jIf Craddock Escort Jtftll Ollio Watojmut Mrs Kntio fDPI08 try Mrs Jersie RUlehcart Mrs Mar ReynOlds Mlrs Ida Wakeland Mtana gems A bIg illstrlct degree meeting o- te Woodmen of the World ot Iwhlch 100 candidates will be Introduced tJ te Protection and Warning legrees will be held nt MUieenry onl April 10 to whIch all romps in Ue district ur- invitod 0 to attend Public services 1111 be reid tlt to churh In the after noon at 2 oclock and the degreeS wIn be conferred ut tie huhl at rig t utter whirl an elaborate banquet will be served by te Woodmen Circle Maj Russol4 and Sugar Mill warmt have worked hard and laid conk o thIs one ofte biggaittratemul events seen In OHo county lbr yore- YeiserMaxey dir A C Yelser and Miss Pearl Maxey were nlnrvied Wednesday even- Ing ut 8 oclock p m at tfle homo of the brides parents near Beaver Dom Rev F D D1Ughn beIng the officiating clergyman Mr Yelser Is a resi dent ot Hartford and a prominent In sumnoe man The brIde ta nil attrac tive and popular lady They bo have arost of friends who wllfn then much happiness and success hey will be at home on Frodrlca Street i Hartford in a few days The Storm at FordsviileF- ordsvlllo Ky April 7A wInd- storm struck here late yesterdauy after noon which resulted In a great deal or damage to property and considerable scare to the cItizens of the town Pease who sustained loss as laT lIS can be ascertained are as tollow J BWestestiolds tobacco factory un roofed und some other damage Time A S of E tobacco factory thronged considerably Wilson Cos store unroofed C E Ford Companys store buildIng partially unroofed Cobb Lan uma Store damaged some J A Bennett Companys storo front crushed In The dwelling or A R Miles occupIed by J K MIles blown oft of foundation and wrecked badly Considerable damage to th household furnishIngs Both livery barns partially unroofed Time dwell Ing of Mrs Walker is dumgcd to some extent J A Creeks sill shed blown down Considerable damage done to U S Cheeks m11lJ A Roy nolds dwelling sustalnoo 18OO1e1 dam age June Litseys barn blown don Dr Damh1I1s dwelling damaged Christian church unroofed rind belfry blown down Trees and fetJfclng allover town blown down Pred storm struck too quIet little cIty about 630 oclock p m and lasted for some 20 or 30 minutes Death of Mrs C C Bennett Mrs Mattie Denncttwidow C C ennottfonuorlya cItizen of Hart ford died at lIolJkl1l9vllle yesterday after a lingering illness Mrs Den nett will be renuembored by the peoPle of Hartford for her many IOdo qualf tieS The funeral services Iwl11 be conducted by Rev Elgin nt 1tt Her mon at 1 P m today and the inter mont will take plane nt the old Mill grave yard FORDSYILLE April GUss Evelyn Fords tns returned trom an extended visit to friends and relatives In Owunsooro- Wblle the she strengthened her course in ChIna paInting Maus Chester IDeDIett ondl children have returned rom a visit to her mother Mrs Mitchell P ket MisS Nancy Smith ie in OwenrJbolO- vtstttng her aunt Mrs Cicero Sutton Mrs Leo Montgomery Md daughter Katherine aTe spending n few days nt Dawson Springs Mrs DUford who has hail la grippe Is able to be out again They are now laying the steel for the new ra1lrood They have about seventyfive laborers employed and are progressing rapidly Mr Ed Wallace lns moved hIs Cum 11y to Canoyvtlle- rrihe terrains of 1r Tom Smithson- of Mr Dick Smith was broUghtt home for burial Mr Smith hud been In the Asylum nt Hopkinsvtllo for about throe Years Eplleyey was the muse of his death Mr Ed Quisenberry hunter Ark Is hero visiting friends lIIe1ssrs Shelby and Charles Ford Albert Quisenborry anti Edward Quis enberry visited theIr uncle Mr Will Ford Herbert Sunday flue Woosfey Is conducting n re- vlval at the M E Ohurch- hir Walter Duncan from the sem- Inary Louisville lJroochddnt the Baptist church Saturday andSanday- Y 4 ENTHUSIASTIC GO UNIONMEETINGS- Only Members by July 1 Can Pool Timber Department Authorized Stock Wool and Timber Pledg es Directed to be Issued IThe Ohio County Union of the A S of E met at the Court House In Hartford In regular sessIon Friday April 2 1909 apd was called to order by PresIdent S L Stevens who In IU1 able address declared the body open for business A roll call showed 24 locals present One new local Hose wood formed since our last meet- Ing was reporetd Time mInutes of the Previous meeting were read and ap proved thunPresIdent appoInted f W Bennett Melvin Stewart Yammer Taylor A andnJ H Ambrose whereupon the com mittee retired to prepare resolutions S J ShIelds offered the followIng resolutionGraham Local No 2375 We the commIttee on resolutions beg to sub mIt the following Whereas Great lose has been sus- taIned throughout the State by our present method of marketing our rail road crossties and where as the tie companies claIm that the presonb dullness In the tie business Is the result of an over supply of ties Therefore wo recommend and urge the State UnIon to organIze a depart ment to be known as the timber de partment of the A S of E and Yo further recommend that the price for ties at present shall be fixed at 30 cents for soft timber 40 cents for oakeAnd we further recommend that the Locals pool their timber and make nor sell any more now ties until wo obtaIn the prices stipulated In the above resolution S J SHIELDS C C lJRlIN C C THOMAS Endorsed by Cromwell MagIsterIal DIstrict UnIon No2 which was read by the Secretary and Its adoption moved and seconded After thor ough dIscussIon the motion was adopted Moved by H APorter and second ed by J T Myers that the delegates to State Convention at Ellzabethtown April 16th be Instructed to take up the matter of organizing 1 State Lumber department of the A S of E and vote In favor of such organIzation Motion carrIed On motion the body adjourned to meet nt 1 oclock pm The body reconvened at 1 oclock- p m Moved by S J ShIelds and seconded by D Ford that local 1632 of Breck Inrldge county be admitted to member shIp In the OhIo County Union The vote resulted unanimously In favor of the motion Moved by EPSandrfur and seconil ed by E E DurbIn that we have an Equity Question bureau to be con ducted through the county papers Mo tion carrIed On motion It was ordered that the body proceed to the election of del egates one from each magIsterIal dIs trict to the called sleeting of tho State UnIon at Ellzabethtown April 16 Vote resulted agaInst the motion On motion It was ordered that we proceed to the election of delegates to the called meeting of the State UnIon as dIrected by the State Constitution DavId Moreland D Ford Coo Barr S L Stevens J L Miller and William Lake were nomInated Moved and seconded that those nom Inated bo declared the delegates Mo tion carrIed On motion It was ordered that the Stock and Produce Committee report J lit Shultz responded stating that the produce people lit hIs neIghbor hood had been doIng busIness through the pool L Stevens responded that no shipment of stock had yet been made because enough had not been pooled at ono time to load a car- Moved and seconded that the report be receIved and the commIttee con tinned Motion carried Moved by T F Tanner and seconded QimUnuedOn Eighth Page R f arn I I 1 c A PJL8TSOF JHE GREAT lAKES Perplexities for Inoxperience d Men and Deviations of StheCompass J The finest pllota to tha world are In thOve cl servico ot the Great r Lakes said t Ifydegbaphic Office otficlal but In spite ot the rmagn- itude ot these Jakes and the volume otehlplng there nro the fewest doe slots navigators In the seerlautd sense of the term Give the ovemge vesselrndn on the- lathe a clear sky crud good roaU1Cl generally and ho can be depended upon to steer a course to a hair but give btm the thick fog rain snow end tlle elements cnd he may know so little of hIs compass S to place In dnnger Iris vessel cargo and crow simply through Zits Ignorance of navigation According to the reports of the Urdrogmphlc Office 217 vessels of nH kinds stmnded In the Great Lakes in 1908 Causes for this lave been IS- certalned In lri8 lOOSeS and ot hose 93 strondlngs nro reported ne being avoidable had the navigators done full duty II such n would be surprising to the average landsman on the rims ot the Great Lukas to know how many young men just oft the aims of the coun try ore whoolsmen and uavlgatore of lake vessels Same ot them in win ter schooling may have gained some knowledge ot the rprlnclples of navlsn tlon many ot them know little more than to feel their WUY across the lake depending upon the senses of sight and hearing to lead them Into port In dense tog or blinding minor snow those pilots might be the bet ter off it the aweelhouse were not provided with a OOIDXlSS In this Great Lakes region bEtween the eastern and western extremes ot the lakes there Is a total compass deviation ot 18 degrees from the true pole At the port of Chicago for ex ample tJ compass needlopolnts three degrees to the right ot the north though nt other points on the lakes the devotion Is as much as 10 degre What the slgniflmneo ot such deviation Is may be seen when left uncorrected the navigator attempts to sail by such a compass In one compass point na ronslderldJ by the navigator there pre dlh degrees lhua at certain lIOrts on tae lakes the mngneUc compass uncorrected may be almost one point out as to the true north One point out ot this true north on the part ot 1Ie wheehnan steering for Q harbor 100 miles oWQ1 will leave him 20 miles out of his destination Or It he shall he trying to snake the mouth ot a river only dive miles away In fog this Incorrect OOInpQSS by only one point will cause hIm to run astray by one mile This mile or 10 or 20 miles out ot his reckoning in thick weather Is parmnistng ot almost any kind of disaster In addition to this deviation ot the compass needle however the efect- ot cargoes of magnetic Iron ore of which so much Is carried on the Groat lAkes may rut the compass- needle ever footter ottoWltb the needle several degrees out of ho true north duo to the influences ot the vessollwither complications to the SailorINot Infrequently he navlgator iVO recognizes the necessity of JH1vlng his compass corrected does so with n cargo ot this ore In his hoW He accepts the correction mado with due rocwgnitlon to le cargo and Its In fluences after which be may shift to a cargo ot nonroaagaetlc matter which In turn puts his compass out again peraalrs leaving him with no thougtit- of another corrrootion ns necesairy Comparatively few of the wrocks of last year resulted In total ions of- the voasels but In to doley und dry docking ot vessels for repairs the non ey loss to owners was enormously heavy Tinkering With the Tariff The debate upon the tariff measuresI will to some degree disclose the luck ot unity in each of the two great IJO- rtlc1 upon the main question involved and that Is low sLn1 the reVenues ot to Government ho best provided The majority In each party will with out doubt favor the raising ot the money through the collection or the custom duties mile great majority In each party recognizes that source ot Income to be tile least oppressive It fairly adjusted of ull methods of taxation and Ilt the tame time they are aware that direct Internal taxation by the Federal Government through any ot the methods wihfeh Impose burdens up h on our business life or tax the com mercl and financial activities of the s country and their results are Injur 04 leas ta IDeIar tied are sure to- be reaeatedbythe people at large Theootidttiems tthta country Ilur1- me the aO ftpr 1908 demanded such a yoleme and Value of Isvorta that our come from cue toms r to the ordinary internal revenue recelpta were morethaw BUr flcJent to cover the oxpensee oft e Governmontr111ia a practical object lessOn to our lawmakers It was bo theory Its results are shown In the receipts of the lIre3Sury Department for the yers of the speCified period The Inequalities ot the exltslng tar 1ff many ot them arising from the business changes ot twelve years since the Passage of the law could be eas 1Iy and speedily corrected with probably an lncrehse or revenue es to result The depression brought upon the country cannot be laid to those In equalities nor to any other fault ot the existing tariff t- It seems then that this tariff dlst- urbance Mllich Is today almost the sole preventative ot general prosper Ity could have well been postponed and all the wisdom energy and obll Ity ot our lawmakers could have them profitably employed In the work ot restoring the business conditions ot the ten years proceeding 190S Those conditions gave tile needed Income even with existing tariff Pile same conditions prevailing to day would produce equal revenues and obviate the necessity of the tlnuncl1l commercial and Industrial dlstrullban ces paused Inevitably by any tariff revision lIf this revision had not been press ed nt this time just as the country is recovering Its healthy and vigor one business tone It Is moro than probable the Treasury receipts would now have been sufficient to cover the current expenditures TInkering with the tariff was long Q charge against the Democrat- Ic Party that WM hurtful to that partyTinkering with the tariff by the Republicans will make thorn no votes and lies been most hurtful to the business ot the countryClnclnnatl Enquirer Frightful FatnAverted I would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my knee caP writes Frank Desberry Kelllber Mlnn without Ducldens Arnica Salve which soon cured me In fallible for wounds cuts end bruises It soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Dolls Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Piles 25c nt all druggist m A Bride Sprains Her Ankle While ohanglng from one train to another a few days ago n bride wrenched her ankle very badly She was afraid she would bo lame for some time for tile ankle pained her and was swelling rapidly One ot her fellow irasssengers brought her a bottle ot Sloons Llntmont The Ltni mont stopped the pain at once and took down the swelling and next day I hr ankle was almost ns strong as ever Mr L Roland Bishop ot Scran ton Pa ysOn the 7th of this present month os I was leaving the building at noon for lunoh I slipped and fell spraining my wrist I re turned in the afternoon and at four oolook 1 could not sold a pencil In my hand I returned homo nt fIve oclock and purchased a bottle pf- Sloons Ltntment and used It lIve or six times before I wnet to bed and the next day I was able to go to work and use my hand tiJ usual I thought sure I would be lain up and II we are busy I was very much worried I cheerfully recommend Sloons Liniment to all persons who may Injure themselves In any way What is The Matter With Us rroh6re Ih St Paul within a ten mile freight haul ot the Minneapolis flour mill wtirich send 7000000 barrels of flour to Eurppe every yearand no a barrel ot It goes down the grand old avenue to New Orleans and away by the gulf And there is Minneapolis horselfcwitdr yearly a larger store of wheat to draw upon and English milling competition growing keener every yearonly 10 miles away from nn un broken slyer channel But never a coat Is spent to bridge toot 10 miles and lncrese the citys prosperity by putting Its flour more cheaply Into the Liverpool sheds There lies tOO red Savnnnh drawing its coloring from the rich cotton fields of Georgia and South Carolina running from this land of bolls and fnctol1es to the mtest ot our cotton ports and oahying scarcely Q halo of goods or n bale ot cotton down to export And there Is the O io bragging ot Its wonderful coral Cwls which might be run Cor halt their cost and with greater sate tythe Ohio bearing a few creaking dirty packets so old that In Matsu they would be called old ho ones messing along the tank picking up freight out Of the mud of the shore and dumping more Into It days toff I1l1titn1ble I u INVITATIONS P1JURIN ON PRESIDENT TAF Undeclde4 as to His Plans FOG Ii TraveliDuring they 1 1i Summer Months fgal f Weshiagton April 7 President Taft is being fairly smotheredbyra vitattOD8 for visits and I every part ot the country durlotth coming wmmer r1e Presldontb Usable to eayfat this time just what big plMB fostile summer will be ills first thoug11t upon enterIng otttce was to spend the summer months In travel n1akJng along tour ot the Western and Pacific StAtes with a tilde trip by steaine- to Alaska one Portion of theiIItf- of StateS territory upon which P i8s not yet set foot But the Western triP Is held In abeyance for numerous resons a paramount one being the matter ot expense n the President Is to have a surn mor home and thus create a suecosbr to Oyster Bay as a center or govern mont control during the torrid season the task of selectlon undoubted ly will fall on 11hs Tat fluting the Presidents recent trip to New York and New Haven bars Taft accompanied by Miss noordDam monde a flying trip to Boston and to Manchester by the Sea Tire latter place has been greatly fUnded by foreign dlplo I mats stationed In Washington and It Is so far the only summer resOrt toot seems to have been seriously consideredMr Is making no speakdng engagements at this time because ot the doubt as to the length ot time Con gress will remain In session Ie does not propose to snake any extend ed trip away from Washington owhU- etho tariff bill Is under consideration The Presidents only definite engage mont In the near future Is at Char lotte N C where be Is to moJcd an address at the lcch1enburg celobrn- tlon on May 20- Lodge r Resolutions Wigwam ot Warsaw Tribe No 73 Improved Order ot REd Men Hunting Grounds of Echols Ky Whereas With profound sorrow we learn that the Great Spirit has en tered the wigwam of our brother Willie Vernon and laId the hand of affliction on him by removing his beloved daughter Dorthy May to dwell forevermore In the Great Wigwam ot Eternity now therefore bo It Resolved That we the members ot Warsaw Tribe No 73 Improved Or der ot Red ten extend to our be reared brother and ills family the hand ot paternal friendship and with It the whispering of our hearts In feeble efforts to bring some little consolation to their stricken nouls Alas how weak are our endeavors Iook then beloved chief to the Great Spirit who glvelh and talheth away for that consolation which our tongues are too weak to utter The Speaking Book contalneth words of hope and comfort to those to whom all else Is darkness and desolation Learn from this great receptacle ot truth that though she whom your hearts cherished lies passed from your earthly vision she Is not dead but sleereth And be It further Resohed That the essence or all true Red Men In this Tribe goes out to you In sympathy and love and your wigwam breathe this benediction May the Great Spirit bless you cause His face to shine on you and give you peace forevermore De It further Resolved That a pare In our min ute book beset apart for this me morial also that It be published In the county papers and a copy sent to our brother Willie Vernon H E JACKSON A D PARK L HBRiSTOW Committee Looks Bad For the Animals Preslden Roosoveltt sails for Africa March 23 Anything significant In the dateYDetrolt Free Press May Music Festival One of the outstanding features Of the May Music Festival which Win beheld at the First Regiment Armory In Louisville May G 7 and 8 Is to be the chlldrens chorus ot riOO This great body of youthful Singres drawn from the public schools ot Louisville line taken the hardest task ever set for Southern boys andglrls and ol ready a tremendous success for them Is assured Tile principal Part of the program for the chlldrens chorus Is the great cantata of Benolt Into the World while Momengres ot Peace from Rlonza Is to follow A specially liar monlzcd nrrangement ot Amorigri Is to conclude the chlldrens work and the great audience In the armory will rise and join with them losing lag the final stanza Miss Oarollle Bourgard teacher pf i i J i 4 V + a I muek ta thelorisv4liepubko eoboola- hes been niag the oilMrert iXJ months Wbha alike Duneech- o ductorof 6e New York pnihonyO- roheetsag w fe to be ponduatorln- cMef for the MKtvalljmrdot her work he gp eefully resigned Ih4s ilia ton In her fVQl theitoduetion of Into the W riJMl Dourg M will theerore have thO distinction shared by few Ometr of directing the wprk bf Asnedeas greatest orchestra andth th of tbe laTg estchUdretilCliorus even orgnpJzed In the South The ohorus Is tolbethe special ot the Saturday matinee May 8th A Little Natural History Rabbits cs e the greatest vest that the Auetrntiaml JXtorolliftaa to tano tend against If three rodents are ot all numonaus oo a station pr0 perty they Q ceiomnousu damage to tl1 grass In summer nthen any water toot might have beeulying has been drIed up by evaporation and the gross has become dry rcAbbits swarm tewas tile tanks dams brothel miter boles that have been sunk Every evening after the cnUlq have taken their last drink n strip of wire netting is run round tile tank or dam Outside tnJils netting fence holes are dug In the ground and of i11ed with poisoned water end there in turn are metered by an other strond of netting pegged down to within Q few Inches of the ground being sheep pnood fort aUowfng plen ty of room for rabbits to get under Pile rabbits make tor the dam but us their any Is basted they drink ot the poisoned holes with to them dls- I18trous effect In the morning are to be seen hundreds and thousands of dead rabbits scattered IIIbout the surrounding country rIhe intrepid navigator OaptalnJA Smith In the course of isle journey- Ing in the Bermudas bad some exper- fencewithe the rate as n destructive force But the great God of heaven he Wrd tee caused SUch an Inorease of silly rats In the space of two years so to abound before they tegarded them that they filled not only those places where they wore that landed but swImming from ylaoo to place spread themselves into all parts of the coun try insomuoh that there was no land but it was pestered with them and and some fishes have been taken with rots In their bellies which they caught In swimmIng from lie to tie their nests they had In almost every tree and In most places their burrows 1Ip3I11ednor the very plants themselves but ate them up All efforts to exter minate these vermin proved U1UlU- Ccosstul and the unfortunate colonists were destitute of bread for n year or twos tAt MGeta German tMrlooJ n native Woo like all those belonging to the trIbe of the Wn1ugur regarded snake flesh as especial deUoocy round a huge boo COnstrictor lying 1a the snid dIe ot a field He confided the discovery tQ one or two others and arranged with them to kill it during the hOurs ot darkness so that they might enjOY the tlefecy togethor rrto ward nightfall tile man armed with a stick attacked the icuge serpent The boa constrictor aroused from Its apparent torpor Suddenly selzgl the unhappy negro and slowly crushed him to pulp and then gradually swat lowed him r In the Days of the Cave Men Long ago so long that even arolen- Ust would hardly dare venture a guess as to the date a msm clad with only a wild beasts skin about Ws loins was sitting at the mouth of a cave In one of thorocky high lands In what Is now soutilern France soorpfUnttuskporcaps picturing for some youthful admirers adventures through frohaded away os a treasureto be lost and forgotten attar the cave mans death youngTheed out of view Other raves apeared New men now animals now things beingRomananother Dark days hung over Eu rope But the Star of Detlllohom mss hbpetookStirring times were these awl the ti1roughIthiding the relic In bts bosom until LartetdlggrlngIn It was scratched a eIepnntpro1oobly the oldest human eeanl In existence we know tho cave man ens a filth Icefieldsfoot specimen of this entinjct IIIUUntttal and the tJOlaootlthic picture Is a trite copy Notonlyhas this auolents0up- torglven up a sampleof the avn1Ie tart but he has loft updngs s Yb- 1Itmble than allcr hlstorleal record 7 j Jttffi Iii rfPx J i y Ii ct his time for uhia rude picture 18 iIImplYa page dram the cave sasss- bletory which tzunslated Into tWen- tioth century English myshMen ththk1lagmtm were oontQl11poranOOO8 with the bafry antNb reocpit that any of humma kind have ever left Is hall so ancient oS this hue oldest gYptlap plIJUsls a thing of yesterdaY compated to this paJaollt sculpture While the rove man was living In Europe the valley oil the Nile was yet only n Wild Mnste Egypt was sot yet Egypt and civil nzUon as we knOw it Lad sxsnee1Y made n loafs lg What l9t uo or this picture ot tics mammoth is true of the rest od these pnlnooHtbic etchings most of nlhich have boon found in the Ln MadehrinO caves on the Dordogne Some mo scratched on fragments of slatesome- on ivory and rome on the wtulls ot the caverns One picture sows Q ranked man Lurling a spoor ot on animal which any obaolboy would judge to be a horse In plllooUtblc times we know that the horse although much smeller than now still retained the features of the paeserst for the bones of the primitive horse have been found in the refuse heaps ot the rove mans tomea fact which indlcrtes that the animal wns perhaps urod for toodlIrurvo1 B Iksl- ore In Atpil Llpplncotts UPSET STOMACH OR INOlfiSETION Ends Five Minutes After Taking Some Diapepsin Stops Food Fermentation and Cures Stomach Trouble Before You Realize it Take pour sour stomaohor maybe you call U Indigestion Dyspepsip Gastritis or O1fulUh of Stomach Itdoas- nmattertnke your stomach troubl- right with you to your Pharmacist and ask him to open a 50cent case ot Papos Diapepsln and lot YU eat one 22grain Triangule and BOO it- witJhJll1J live minutes there Is left DY trace ot your stomeeh misery rho correct mane for your trouble Is Food Fermenihationfoed souring the Digestive organs become weak there Is lack of gastric juice your food is only halt digested and you become afteotod with loss of appetite pressure nd fullness attler eating vomiting nausoo htuntburn griping In bowels tenderness do the pit of stomach bad taste In mouth constpa- Uon pain do limbs sleeplosneSe belching of gas biliousness sick and many other similar symptoms It your nppet1o Is tickle and noth- Ing tempts YOU or you belch gas or It you fool blooted after eating or your food dies like a lump of lend in your stomach you can make up your mind that at the bottom of aU this here Is but one oausofermentation ot undigested load Prove to yourself afteryour melt meal that your stomach Js Ills good as any that there Is nothing really wrong Stop this fermentation and begin eating what you want without fear ot discomfort or misery Almost instant relief Is waiting for you It is merely a matter ot how soon you take a little DlaP6vsln- r Notice of Election Orders Ohio County Court Regu lar term let day let day of March 1909 Hon W B Taylor J O C C presidingW et al For Petition Order c Graded Common School It appearing to tire satisfaction ot the Court that at the last regular February 1909 term ot this Court W ATlchenor 26 other legal white voters of Centertown white common school subodlstrlct No 17 educational Division NOG ot Ohio county Ky did file or cause to be filed with the Clerk ot 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 ot levying and collecting nnnually a tax ot 60 cents on each 10000 worth of taxable property within saId district together wIth a poll tax of XL60 on each legal white voter residing therein for the Purpose ot purchasing or erecting suitable building or buildings and tor the maintenance of said proposed graded com mon school Said petition was In words and figures as follows towit Centertown Ohio co Xy Jan 18 1909To W B Taylor Judge of the County Court of Ohio countY Ky Sir We the undersignedpetitionere being legal white voters end taxpay erg In the bonds hereinarter set- a I f x rt I w rVir SL X i + M R i L S t rn 1 i jftiJI wv I forttlre tul l UUor tbit iou orciera1 eleotfen 1t the sense of the legal wltftetotearr stonrheth aoraded Oopirnort lokooi shall be- eatabliSbedandseiilatalaedbytheleyy and collection for that pUrpose of a tax of tlfty cemtsa esehonehunt- ired dollars worth property in- said district owed bywhite persons and ooriwratlone and e poUtax of 160 on each wyhite InbMbltant therein over twentyone y rs old under Sec tlon 100 and allowingofthe commor school laws rrhe said district to be bounded as follows viz- Beginning 0 at R 0 Tlcheners farm and including him thence to G H Ashbys and to exchrdee him thence to and Including Edwina Rout and by thence to and including the lien Dexter farm thence to and including France Hetlln thence to and Including Wm Mattocks farm thence to and Including T H Benton Virgil Bishop and John I shbt thence to Willis Rowe farm and Including It and D F Calvert farm thence toT I1- fHaichres Including him thence to Doc Vincents Including him thence to W I Iglehearts Including him thence to R O Tichenors the beginning We further represent that this bona dary embraces common school die tract No 17 and this petition has the approval of the trustee ot said district and also the County Superintendent ot schools We designate the hm immediately on the east and adjoining the present site as the proper place for the proposed graded common school building and certify toot said site Is not more than two and onehalt mile from any portion ot the boun dary ot said district We respectfully subscribe ourselves your Petitioners as set out above this 18th day ot Jan 1909 Signed W A Tichenor and 26 other legal rotors It further appearing to the satisfaction ot the Court that satd peti tion was regularly flied docketed at ti the February 1909 term of thisCourt by order was laid over for one month for exceptions and none having been noted or tiled herein and that said theety Superintendent ot schools of Ohio county os per his indorsement there on Therefore the Court being suttc- lently advised It Is ordered and ad judged that said graded oommon scbo district be established as fully setout Barney Rowe thnnce to the Melton farm Including It thence to H BaAshbys excluding him thence to O Bennettaandineluding hlmthence to W n rcLeans and excludhighlmi thence to and Including W P Ash In the petition herein tiled and as above recorded and that the sheriff ot Ohio county 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 ot taking the sense of the legal white yoters of said district which district does not embrace any portion of any other white school die trlct as to whether a majority ot said legal white voters are In favor ot the levying and collection annu ally of a tax ot 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 or fiO on each legal white voter residing within said district for the purpose of repairing erecting or par fmaJntenancecommon school as aforesaid It Is further adjudged by the Court that each and all of 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 ot the orders c herein by the clerk of this court will have same published as required by law will at the paneo 1JcaUSepropoundthelegal white voter offering to vote Are you for or agalnl the levying and colleotibn annually of a Tax of GO cent on each 10000 worth of taxable property within said dlstrJctaWn ed by white persona and corporations and a poll tax of 160 on each Iegab white voter resident therein to be used for the purposes herein set forth and they shall record the vote there ona8the voter may direct l- And they shal ut the same time and place hOld an election at which a BOard of five trustees shall be elect saiddistrictmon school district aid this Cause prescribedby w A copy Attest W S TJNSLEYC 0 C 0 + tr- Tursuarit to the foregoing orderI stIketime 11 therein stated L 6hR Bb2AI TIM CklaASrch 231909 j 1 l i k IC tn- f o t I f1Ii lfif c ljfj r t JjiJit er j fO DESTROY AERIr AL WARSHIPS r Shell Frorr Deadly Nixon Will Explode Gas in Any Balloon v A gun with a shell that wjli destroy war airships lias been invented by to Lewla Nlxon financier shipbuilder and international authority on wars engines Ho has worked on the shell for a your ocd hits It sufflclentlynear perfection to prbmlse a public domon etration at within six weeksbWhile fce claims nothing nov for his gun carriage Mr Nixon assarts the composition of the shell is ab solutely now and it will posltlley detsstroy and gas balloon as well as aero planes The sdel is made In such a way it can bo used with any kind of gun known In modern1 warfare This 1 is a feature that the Genmam invea tors Krupp and Erfcardt have not yet compassed In aerial shooting In Germany It Is necessary to use guns especially con structed for the purpose In firing at airships and aeroplanes it Is ob viously necessary to tilt the weapon upward until It la nearly vertical rro accomplish that the German gunmak ersbavo invented a system of swivel bearings which permit the operators to turn their guns around itapldly while in an upright position Nixon will have a carriage almost similar but he thinks his invention 1iiI 4 Is superior because the shell whdda is the most Important part ron befitted with good effect from any kind of gun now in use He declines to reveal the composition of hte shell because he Is getting foreign patents upon it and is egotlatlng with foreign Governments as well as with the United States But ho admits Use shell is composed of well known fee tors he has combined them In anew way that is all M1Invention does not depend so muoh on the carriage or the gun OS upon tfce shell Itself euld Mr NIx- on yesterday It iwlll destrop any particulara loons Tte difficulty with ordinary l guns in using them against this type of aerial vessel lies In the fact that oven It you perforate tiio bag and make an opening sufficient to let the gas escape the ship ran still sail on and come safely to the ground in its own territory Nina the sbell I have devised the gas is exploded to the envelope through Ignition which Is mused by the 601uI1 tion in trie shell This of course destroys the beg aimoet Instantly But besides being useful in this way against balloons the shell will be ef fective In warfare against the aeroplane which is not supported by a gas bag It will muse quick Ignition and rapid destruction I have aimed at tie perfection ef suoh a shell ever since I began tot experiment I am convinced the dirt if gible and the aeroplane will play high ly Important ports in future wars I lloonbeen demonstrated that It ran carry many men on comparatively long jour neys It Is obvious such a vessel 4s an extreme source of danger to an on my and nit absolutely necossnrythat some weapon of destruction which ran reach It be devised If there were no I shell which could bring it to earth the enemy could send comparatively tlarge forces over toe fortifications I over the armies and easily destroy them Zeppelin and others have shown r it IB almost childs play for a small body of moo to rise and drop death doaling hells upon the places below t My shell with tho ordinary gun can easily travel 6000 feet upwortl at second In my public demon tatrat1onX hope to prove my assertions by actually destroying a balloon In air t My Invention Is open to purchase by any nation in the world If the United States wants It it cart feavo wIL It is a common experience of tit American inventors however fchat they find bettor encouragement abroai than in troar owa country It to stale Ito cite the vnlgWa CB ani Instance Iwe have ta our untritho foremore l JalrsMp builder of the world yet out t ti7 aide our Iboundorlea i hardly think many persons kayo heard1 jJlbout Vim I refer to Captain Tthomea B Bald win io rcialConventione in wMcfc Dss bens called to meet In j Louisville April 23 tpbqrvaiielltitt be held lit ttieJ room of the J8efiK 4ah Hotel and jrllt last that af en4-i Ing by a nierptel Club Tlie d legaefl will A e given tw f e dom pt thtSouthern YDlsotttoiii aaklyludt a4rlei Llxpbsttlon t YIl f wtlrltiwillbo opgajat ruse tinJei Aclll ntout by the Commercla Club Of LoulBfville whloiul3 hitting ing the effakr has gone to ry commercial body and county judge in the State It is asked that delegate be appointed toy theru to repro enl each county Tie convectdcp is ex pected to have ropro entationi Xon at least 100 counties Ins Kentucky so that It will bo the most inclusive gathering of the sort since the last State Devexpment Convention The object of the meeting fls make te men of all sections ol Kentucky known to those of other The MteCrockca counlty man and tho Corapll county men ere to get together and the Bullltt county man and the Bell county mnn are to exchange ideas red dclegatea w111I Information of the resources and of their respective counties anti this information wilt be filed ItI will be the first time fiat systema effort has been made to compile information II Its a Top Notch Poor Great deeds compel regard rrneI world crowns Its 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 kills germs and colds and la grippe vanish It heals coughracked membranes and coughing stops Sore inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages cease Dr Geo More Black Jack N p writes it cured me of lung trouble pronouncedi hopeless by all doctors 6Oc 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all drug gist m AN UNUSAL FIND AT MORGANF1ELD Body of Woman Unearthed at Mor ganfield Who Died of Chol era in 1855 Morganfleld Ky April 7An unusual find was msido In thls city when some men who were grading for a new residence unearthed a cof fin which took severttl men to lift from Its resting place being a me tallc casket ot a design long ex tinct The casket was In perfect preser vation the handles so secure that they were used In carrying It with perfect safety The name plate was rubbed with coal oil and Immediately was easily read Mrs Lucy Blackiwell 1855 Many persons recalled Mrs Dlackwell had died of cholera She was the mother of C Dlackwell formerly ot Union town then of St Louis but wiho now Is Hvlng at the Confederate Home In Pewee Valley Tco casket was of a shape to fit the body the foot being quite point ed the body ot the casket remaining slender until the shoulders were reached when there was sufficient breadth for them then the casket shaped Into the neck and the head rest seemed almost as a cap on the body of the box over which the glass was oral with a metalcurved lid the lid glass was broken by the grading machine ToIle skeleton was Intact The body was laid In the old cemetery here later In the af ternoonOn same spot of ground there was once a graveyard and It Was hero that General Morgan was bur- Ied although his body was moved many years ago The land originally belonged to Gen Morgan and from his the town derived Its name Money Comes In Bunchest- o A A Chlsholm of Treadwell N ST now His reason la well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver constipation nervousness and general de te writes I couldnt sleep had mo appetite nor ambition grow weaker everyday In spite of all medical treatment Then I used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my oldtime health and vigor Now can attend to business every day Its a iwonderfulj medicine1 Infallible for Stomach Liver Kidney Blood sad Nerves BOc at all druggist m Danger of a Flareback Prophet Thomas C Platt hat Roosevelt Is out of predictsI So But ye wJio prophesy ber Prophet Willie Moore BalUmore 3un For Sale Several hundred acres ot good farm- Ing lards known aa the J F Collins ITOV dietaacc about two miles from ttf riol tad Hartford and Beaver Darn pike Alan residence property In Hart tprdv twofltory dwelling Canda- ha acre Iotfrontnlg the new Dry ILl t ipi tfepot site For prices andterm apply tp W ItorB B CoillMHarj- tori Kjr jf Z2tt r n- at PINE GROVE I1F 4 ll ON HOTEL ROOF Woldorf Astoria Has Unique Playground fort Children The pine grove on tie roof oft itho WaldorfAstoria twill be thixwnl open to the public tills afternoon More than 75 children under the oarebi the Childrens Parks and Playground Association ore Invited and nretoC give a program consisting of dances and songs Tickets have been sold for the even a which is for the benefit oftfco associa tion and there promises to be many society women In attend41nceNiJaBf Eleanor Robson will pour tea Mrs George RIggs will assist Isadore Luckustono lies composed soon songs in honor of the opening They will be sung by Mrs Leonard W ElyQ Mr H C bolt of the WaldorfAstoria has provided the refreshments for the children and those mho attend It is a marvelous thing this pine grove and promises to mark a decided departure in the matter of playground for the children and breathing places for all the residents of Manhattan You go up to toe roof of the great hotel Below you ore liveried servants busy patrons and throbbing machi nery keeping the breath in the large ho telry It Is civilization at 41s highest fever hoot lAs you step out of the elevator you are dazzled Surely this Is not New York You think you are dreaming You might as well be as fan from the maddening crowds as In a Maine forest That PIne odor up there on the fresh nlr yesterday afternoon was worth going miles for The treesnearly 400 ore real pine trees Ttfiey are growing In rockcon cealed tubs Just like they do on some hillside up North Beneath them and in cozy little nooks bowers and resting places are erected Everything Is quietThe hotel has provided steamer rugs and capes and the guests spend much time up there They looked around lazily yesterday and from sam fragrant bower viewed the harbor and the boats I Children were playing In and around Maids were walking In the sweet air with infants In the center of too roof the magnificent sun parlor is erected It might be a room modeled from the description of a castle in some fairytale Everything is green and fresh The sun parlor Is encased In glass and the roof is also of glassJ Vines and shrubbery alone break the suns Iti1bmaking te most of the Sabbath rest IIbareimmense possibility presents itself of the good that could bo done if ell those buildings had gardens Many guests of tie Waldorf lave forsaken the streets as e place to take their exercise Instead they proml node up and down and around the pine grove It is like walking tlvroug some fine old woods up In tlc real pine country Tie air is bracing and I a tenmlnutea wnlk there Is better than an hours promenade on the dirty streetsIpine on R boon It would be to tired clerks and workingmen of every description They would not have to go out on the hot streets on a sweltering day roe thei meals Ttey could dine in n pretty little corner shcded by real trees growing They couldt loU In the bracing air for tr oar lunch hour Each building could nocommodate many hundreds of children Tide watch tul women of the Playgrounds Assoda tlon would be glad to give their ser vicesMr Bolt of the aldorf hod had his pine grove In mind for a long wlidlo Ho believes it to be tie best tMnglthat can be lone onto tealta of his guests He Tulsa thinks that it will be a great boon for the children and others who Hve in crowded quarters The Spauldlng Sporting Goods Jam pony have donated all the apparatus that it used on the playgrounds for the children There will also be a huge pile of Bind Stanleys Bright Retort In the course ora tariff speech made by Francis Cushman JtepubU canct WaslhlEigtpn an Interesting colloquy occurred with Congressman A 0 Stanley tlf Kentucky os follows Mr CusJunenr 1 am fond of the gentleman from Kentucky which State Is feuded for tine liquors fast Horse id fiftir wom in jib tell ate sir- Lhettheyproduceglrt4ky In entuoky ib fine hfaa men B to tit fJls jy M vixen he takes e Bbeouse y 0 Ir he looked at 1tIt would s foil te Great laughter Mr Stanley While the gentle man Is talking about the protection of Kentucky Industries I want to remind him that the same whisky cheer fully stands a tax of 110 P gallon tnt race horses have been put out of business by the operation of tow ant- I am not complaining of that and that Kentucky women will never nsk for any protection until the angels ii Heaven enter a beauty contest again them Great laughter and op plause The pure food law Is designed b the Government to protect the public Injurious Ingredients In ib6tl and drugs It is beneficial both to the public and to the conscientious manufacturer Elys Cream Balm successful remedy for cold In the head nasal catarrh lay lover etc containing no Injurious drugs meets the requirements of the new law and tifcat fact is prominently stated on every package It conaints none of the injurious drugs which are re by the law to be mentioned the label Hence you can use 11 safelyThe Late Senator Carmack On Kentucky People that recall that fine twinkle of his eyes that inimitable aside that sometimes was oil and again colt will recognize the late Ned Carmack in the following mingled clew and velvet Unless we except the poet Poe and he must be excepted fromali like comparison no American has ye been gifted with o richness ot expres sion surpassing that bestowed on CarmackThe now in progress ln Tennessee makes the following timely and It has in every word stamped that Individuality for which Carmack was so marked The State of Kentucky finis had a strange eventful history It has veer ed between the early colonial Iliad and the nineteenth century Jag It Is the home of the soaring metaphor and sour mash It has known war and it has been acquainted with peace It Is responsible for Uncle Toms Cabin and tab long procession of Little Evas It Is the teeming mother of beautiful women and the nurse of warlike men Its history has been decorated with the mountain vendetta the lively and deadly infair tie tollgnte rebellion and others too nu morons to mention It Is the State where preachers who do not believe In hell are razed into better frame rt mind and another country Jt Is the Commonwealth that gave Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson DaviS to the nation and It Is responsible for Mary Andorson Henry Watterson Ho Lung Wat Haidln Pottsey 11 Grubs and many others trot have sent visiting cards Into the temple of- fame It has seen life In all Its phases and though It has fcad some pretty iard knocks It has taken Its liquor straight and without batting an eye Kentucky has been a pet of the In lon fun more term u century and tho foregoing Is not an inaccurate picture of the pld OwiTiuonwealtii In iviioso Ixmlwrs individuality of por sjmal character passes for wore than 11 the millions of Wall street cad more tea ot tre plloecpVy of C cord Carmack was born and reared with li stones throw of Kentucky solland doubtless It Is true his mot entml vstlc admirers lived In the older State His death shocked humanity and tllo- 111lti of It is that ho was Just on theI of his Intellectual mind was Just mellowing and It would not have attained its zenith till threescore years and ten Ho lied at 50 years and 3 days State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County ra Frank J Cheney nukes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of P- J Cheney Co doing business in to City of Toledo county and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each find every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before mo and subscribed La my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886A W GLEASON Seal NOTARY PUBLIC Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and acts directly on the blood nndmucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free P J CHENEY O Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Trails Family Pills for constipation Notice All persons having claims against lithe estate of L O Taylor deceased aro notified to present same to Bar see Anderson AttySj Hartford Ky on or before PT1l1 190901 they win be forever barred Thto Fob 16 1909 nQDAVEN RT Admr 1 32S 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atabout half the ulual bicycleDofTen we arc making It only costs a postal to learn everything Write It NOW J L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPTULICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farms 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Owpnsboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and wally uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 175 TIE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 f TILE REPUBLICAN and New Idea WomansMagazine 135 TILE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150- v r I Address all orders toI 10 j I THE REPUBLICAN tdtr Hartford Republican Eitend ncconHag to taw oi the Totom IIarIord Icytte men matter ol the aeoot stun c C M BARNETT EDITOR saxxnPSotrsca Ouznb21nH40aouCh Rlyr2ZFlU DAY APRIL 9 at was well tbat the Rep nn loaders In Congress decided to strtk the duty from tea A tariff DnCJho things which cannot be produced In this country Is Democratic Ooctrdm but It baa always been opposed iby the Republican party rrhe sooner the tanIt question is soured the quicker the business Interests of the country will settle dow to normal conditions and prosperity turn to the country to the sumo et tent to which tit was enjoyed far t1le i ton years under the Dingley Tarlf law I The maiden speech of Hon J Comp I bell CantrlH in Congress last tweel was well reoelvediand stamped Air Contrlll as one of the Htrongest oner in the Kentucky delegation He spoke upon the tariff bill paying partlculai thenIwMr Bryan seems to Rte HtlH very a live Issue In the Democratic pat- tyI Rcently in the Commoner lie took a fall out of the Insurgent Democrats In Congress paying ipartlcutar atten Uon to Mr Fitzgerald of New York who comes back nt him in n venemou manner All of which goes to dhow t that the Democracy Is no nearer the j election of a President of the United States than It has been for the past sixteen years We have seen no reason to revise our opinion concerning the matter of the use of money In elections or pri maries In fact we do not believe there will be anyone to ojiose a rule let this kind in our elections in the future The American people wm no longer submit to the control of money in oho tlons Whenever that licppen 4t Will be Just as well to put the office up to the lilghett bidder and let the coun ty State or nation get the benefit of the purchase price Instead of the Heaters We lave been very much compli flouted on the editorial which npearexl In these columns two weeks ngahtxid ed In defense of Hartford and also what we had to fay In our hat Issue concerning the ladles lint In church Many ladles iavo adopted the custom of attending church wlbh out hats and if they could BH realize what arelief It Is to thosewho ara cot veiled to sit bebtad them they would all fall Into tine and either wear no hats to church or quietly remove thou wren the services begin Bhe enactment of the Pure Fpdd Iaw was one of the triumphs of the last Republican National administra tion The strict enforcement of It will be the duty of tie present adminis tration It is said that much criti clsm has been directed against toe manner In which It Is being carried out and It has bone suggested itlmt a comUwlon be extabllBbed to reg ulate the sale of drugs liquors and foods Tuila might be a very good idea but for the fact that we rare gutting too dangerously soar tbo just criticism of government by comIs Mon The Hartford Herald etlll seems to think there Is deep disaffection end revolt la the Republican ranks la Ohio County and takes to itself great ron solatlon nndhoiC tar a ticket wtilch it sty Is to be named iby trie Dome cratic party This deep dissatisfaction Herald claims to woe in the itRepublican party 4s a dream of the editor and lies no existence In fact the Republicans of Ohio county were 1never more united on their ticket than at present and no anomtber of thetlok Is In danger of defeat at tae hands 4ofany nominee who may be placed In the field against them The News dispatches say tfliat Pres ident Taft and Senator Btedley have gotten together upon a plan to swing Kentucky into ike Republican column in tro next election and In fact for all time to come The first thing needful to tarry out to the best ad vantage this program wlN be to fiend some reliable executioner down to the city of Louisville to exterminate about fifteen hundred more or Leos would bobossea gratters aril half breeds who Infest fco Republican party In that city cucii net as a anlll stone around ate neokmaklnsfcUCceFe at the palls in the coming election1 or in i any otto olectdoa In tie future abso lutely Impossible ExSenator WJ Deboe la being mWtlona for a position abroad the ieloUto Peru now field by Hot LeeHb Combo It to thought IWUllbe tendered to lte Senator Dace Is nn of the ablest men la the ReputoHcai party io Kentucky but lowing totre dander WldI kntewpreeentoUon of ke tats rewgpapero tale splendid thorax ter intellect and tbneety Imven9t been appreciated Pre ident Tatwoul honor the State tomdi give reooigaitloi to one at iber bravest oodl truest flani by the apojntment of fcer exSena tor although he elide got roped Cito for the nomination However wb5 certainly would not be dread agalns him by the President when It Jsre membcred that he iaoa npolnted this Cabinet a moo who did not oven trot for him In the final election WHO EMPTIED THE STATE TREASURY rrte Hartford Herald publishes a dispatch from Frankfort culling at tentlon to the fact tent the State 18 without funds with which to meet Its obllgatiansand tenattempts to charge the deficit up to the newt RepuMtaM administration We knew that tint was to be the attempt when itte tat legislature which was Demociutlc In both branches voted nproprlatlciiH in excess of any Mat had ever been made iby coy legislature in the hol to- ry of the State and In excess of the revenues which could be expected trot the tax levies Won the Rfcpubllcaai took charge of the State there row about 600000 In the treasury with outstanding warrants for over 1000 000 which cad to be met wlthinl three months of the new administration The Legislature aproprlutedl 500000 to the two State normal schools and Governor Wlkon for n tong time con sidered the question of vetoing tMs measure owing to the fact that funds were not available with which to taeel this heavy draftbut tiwughfeur Il lathe would be criticised for turning down anaproprlatlon for educational purposes and wiMch wtis claimed to be of vast benefit to toe school Interests of the State he finally signed the moos ure The Republican party Is not re sponsible fur the present condition of the State Treasury cad to edi tors of the Hartford HeraJdi fonaw this to be true Any cttorapt to fool the people wilt this sort of clap trap will meet with failure The Intimation also that tee udmlrrlstra tlon haul dleorlminated ngainct the Trustee of the Jury fund nckl 4re favx r of the Circuit Court Clerk the farmer being Democrat ond the latter a Republican ia else Very small ouilnoiB We presume that the officials ct Frankfort arc not oven aware that the one Is a Democrat and the other a Republic an Tie expenses of the present ad ministration have been very much en larged because of the lawletm condi tions In the Stute wfclch made It nec essary to send tee State militia lute certain sections ccd to keep ttieni there for a long period It Is well to remember as we go along Jiowev cthat this condition begun under Governor Beckhums administration anti that it was he who ordered out the flret de tachment of soldiers to put down the dlstrubance Old Citizen Gone Mr John C Chamberlain died at his residence In the Nocreek neighbor hood last Friday after several weeks Illness of pneumonia Mr Chamberlain was born Novem ber 13 1834 In Newark N J He came to Kentucky Nov 5 1849 On Nov 8 1857 he was united In marriage to Hannah M Stevens They lived happily together until Nov 17 1896 when God saw fit to call hero her home On November 17 38C2 be was mustered Into the service of the United States Army and for 3 years and one month served as a faithful soldier in defense of his country He proCess- ed faith in Christ while a young man and was a true faithful and obedient Christian upholding the good and right He leaves to mourn his loss one son a daugliterlnlaw six grandchildren and a host of friends His remains were laid to rest in the Nocreek cemetery Saturday in the presence of a large concourse of sor rowing relatives and friends Funeral services were conducted by Rev W H Crane Mr Chamberlain was one of the countys very best citizens and will be greatly missed CERALVO April G11rs Tom Allen who ihas been In bad nenilth for same tlmela no better fThe CerpJvo Sundry soiicol opened last Sunday Airs Emma B Fulkerson returned Saturday from Point Pleasant EV1nn8vIHeJlevt John M Burden Burlington filled his regular opotatmemt tore Friday night I Mr William Robertson mid family Pond Run visited relatives near here Saturday and Sunday Qrs Sam Morton went to Haflforti Sunday I The Sunday school at Hickory Hill opened April 4th I te HICKORY CHURCH M i120n9MSs J N Rottey lest Satar ayfE SundayttfM Mr Charlie Porter CmntaMi jw the guest of Mr MarUa Porter 1ii8t Sunday llMf J N Loch and daughter iMe9 Annie Mhubra Leach Mr anti Mrs Dee Miller ondair J lit DavkWeTQ the guests of Mr Will Leach mnyJiSn ily last SundaytaQaMiss Ivy Taylor attenfledi Swida SundayMrsguest of her daughter Mrs Aaigl Smith test Sunday Y Miss Ollle Ragland attended o1i roh Mount Zion last Sunday Mr dls Rook visited Sunday eiioc here last Sunday W Riles Ollle Ragland was the guest of Miss Floy Taylor last Sunday Messrs Dlrch 3Inrtln Deexooch and George Davis were the guests of Mr S T Leachs family last Sunday aiossrs Harry Leach and Dett Davis dined at MrT C Taylors Sun dayMr A B Leach went to Qiarfton- Afonday Mr and Mrs S T AVtlliams visit nfternoonlMrLeach were nt Hartford dost Sunday 1JhewllIusterMr Tburman Ragland visited Ifrfends at Pichico Sunday ftllSBOs Mary Agnes and Annie WH lams and Messrs Clifford London Clifton Stevens Jimmie Sand ur8nd J H Ralley called at Mir H T Porters Sunday afternoon Mr Leonard Leach and family have returned from Louisiana after a few months absence Ttls community was visited byu severe rain and hall tsorm accompan led by severe wInd late Tuesday siren leg Messrs Ellis Sandefur and Sherman Taylor love returned homo rom Bowling Green Mr and Mrs Luther Leach visited at Beaver Dam last tJanday Mr end MSS Charlie Leach are the guests of Mr and Mrs Leonard Leaoh at this writing cInight Mlss Maubra Austin MbHenryVas the guest of liter cousin Miss Sopiila Ralley last Saturday CENTERTOVN April 7Mrs EM Morton Is jirb itlng her parents Mr and frlrS F OI lyn of utica Dr Lo ton of Rockport was here this week on business Mr Carl Park Hartford visited the family of Lee Mason here last Sue dayJ D Myers wife and son Olaton StIW I Igleheart and wife spent Sun day night with Jake Igleheart Ma tanzas who Is very sick W C Smith and wife have moved to Rockport and taken olmrge of tile hotelC L Render has accepted n clerkship with the Brown Meercantlle Co MoHenry J C Boiling Lewlspott Is In our town on Important business Rev R D Bennett Hartford gave us two good sermons dust Sunday Robinson ASshby and Eden Bishop with their families have moved to their Rough river homes Robert Renfrow and family have moved to our towns from Hartford W A Tlchenor and JUits Holm were quietly married here Sunday evening Rev R D Bennett performing the ceremony Owen Brown is erecting a flwelllng house on West Main utreot- SUNNYDALE T T April 7Rev Bailey filled his ap pointment Acre Sunday Mr Arnett Miller and Miss Dee Toms were married at MiirvlnChiapol last Sunday evening Rev B aileypd iclatlng The remains of Mrs Willie Bean were brought here from Hertford1 fast Thursday for burial The stork VIsited the home of Mr and Mrs Daise Powers March 30 and left in their care a baby boy Mr Marvin Dean of Hartford Mrs Josle Duke Dundee sad Miss Alpha Baughn were the guests of Mr Root Mark and family Sunday Mr Willie Bean of Hartford return ed to his home last Sunday after a few days visit to Mr Joseph Furger son and family Mr and Mrs tA F Jones and IIgIi ter Hazel of Concord were the guests of Mr and Mrs W M Hinton Wed nesday and Thursday Mr and Mrs A J Hines MId laugh gueStsIoLay Mr A R Renfrpw and family of Narrows visited his father Mr Mask Renfrew Thursday aniL3frshnnlie yMrwho haa Been j building addltJotti to Mr l4 nit Murphya busesbee eesip dltahd returned id Lila lame wt FordWttl e lest yR- evRDUAu8htiII t to4ay Lathe EaBterHi asacket to purchaee ail spring o i Mr Ernest Duke who to att ndtoi school at Hartford yislted his ioni last Saturday end Sunday and attend ed church mt Marvto Chapel Sutudayi Rev E V Phlppj Deed Rev Vinson Phlppa residing tiear Centertown died last weekotaU ments Incidental to old age and wai burled the following day in the lea ily burying grounds He was 88 yean old and had been a local minister In the Methodist church for more than half a century The burial service were brief as it was his dying request that his friends meet in a grqv on his farm some time next summer and have Rev R D Benatet preach his funeral which request wll be complied with after tho weather gets warm He leaves a large circle n relatives and friends to mourn his death His earnestness of purpose was never doubted SELECT April 7The hardest mind storm In years passed through here Tuesda evening doing great damage to cue and orohoTdB and buildings Mr Guy Ranney wtio ban beer in Rapid Olty S D for the past eight months returned homo Sunday IDelmer Stewart mho is attending school at Haicflordt was at tome Sat urday and Sunday Mrs SlIM Hoheimer of near Hart ford Is visiting her parents Mir oat Mrs J W Keown this week CVfrs R S James has the hi grippe this week Eld J P MjcKinley went to Dig Cllfty Thursday returning home Mon dayDrs Willis and Allen of Cromwell were in town Tuesday Miss Claudie Render who has been at Render for some time has returned home Mr S M James has the lagrippe this week H K James and T C Hosey will commence the 15th of April build Ing the Baptist church at Warren Mills Butler county ROSINE April 8Roslne Is Mill on the boom Farmers are busy Make hay while the sun shines Is the slogan Considerable sickness about Hud son Swift son of SH Swift of this ilace Is III of pneumonia John B Irowder Is on the sick list too Mrs ergo Stewart near Salem is also sick of pneumonia Mrs U C Allen is able to be out again titter her long illness Mr Harrison Cummings Is till suffering with 11 severe spell at la grippe We learn that Mrs T- T Allens mother Is very ill at her home In Dexter Mo her death Is sourly expected The body of the late Boss Watson a victim of the late storm will be brought hero for burial tomorrow Mrs Leach wife of J D Leach Is Just recovering from a severe at aik of pneumonia John Campbell end wife are the proud parents of a fine girl baby born last Thursday Steve Kendall and wife are the hap ty parents of a bouncing boy baby born last Friday J T Alden tons mOved to the Jim D Johnson property Mr M S Ragland of Dundee was In twon last week The school at this place taught by use Jessie Raley Is progressing nicely Mr Henry Stewart and family have coved to the country The recent storm did ranch damage In this community in way of blowing own feces Rev Bailey ill 1pJ6atfn otthW place lunday A large crowd Is expected id to hear him Arbor Day passed QUII Roslne unobserved Not oven a single tree was planted Now that next Sunday Is Easter who will wear the biggest bonnet Look out girls The base ball season is on boys Wibot Is the matter with Roebie The Equity people ought to get busy rid make Roslne apolntfor pooling obacco Lets start the ball roll ng The cottage prayer mcetlg was well ttended It was held at Mrs J W Jrradieys Next meeting at Mr ehanzenbacherRogersLoyd Last Sunday at the brides home in eavor Dam Mr J H Loyd of Aetna isle was united in marriage to Miss fettle Rogers Rev A B Gardner officiating Mr Loyd is one of Ohio ountyfl prgressolve and wldoawake farmers and is to be congratulated on lis choice of a helpmeet The bride has for the past several years been irpmlnently identified with the school nterests of Ohio county and has ma= ny friends who join rfTw Republloacnln wishing life her andllr1o yd a happy j i t + 1 HUNTINi If TO 1II1l Teddy is off for Africa after big game 1- If he is put up tree by one of the kingsro1- the jungle nothing will be said If one is kill ithf M ed the first column on the first pagewill tell the story with large type fv We are after big game but not that kiiid We are not up tree but at our regular place of business with the right Clothing and Furnishings at killing prices Copyright 1998 dgCo Easy in q F r a f a Any Position x I S Our springsuits fair ly shine with beauty and distinctive styles Made strictly for the younger set they are in class to them selves To get within thewell dressed circle come to us To top off the suit get one of those fancy vests in our window Strictly the newestI patterns and but one pattern of each style Depend on Barnard CoHartford Kyt it fj f afa 1 fff I I n IJ iISI IIIR I KILL a I x I 1 r- R F 1 I- DI I I MILLINERI Easter Sunday is the day for Springing Hat theI Dress the New Waist the spnngl the New Oxfords the New H the New Gloves 1 enI1 you can d ling our readytowear department I f t t the spur of the moment and we opportuIIIE P1BROSIJ I Beaver Dam i I wfffrt f fliIt- Y Y ffit 11 IIj X r r 7 c- i t i- r 1 j A ursI Departmollt rTe r Acmert nd Irl x r I J 3 HAT zUl Wearif i Weare beyond qua s J tion headquarters for ladies wear If it is Silks Dress Goods Wash Goods Millin ery Slippers HosIery Gloves Belts Ready made Skirts Ready towear Waists Mus tin Underwearwhy- We have all these and many otherthings that n 4 would interest you Best to trade here Prices right ff xl Hartford Republican t 1 FIUDAfY APRIL 9 1 t Ill lols CentralRallroad = Tlme Tab to Bound Sonlh Boned INorth 405 a ID No 121duet181aW m Nolat due 248 p m- No102doe24BP m No lIt doeU2p m Next After theDoctor Comes the tlrescrlptdon which Is a- very important matter You want It filled right und with the Grotest and Purest drugs Since OOIIIllng to Hart ford we have built up agood reputation wang this Hne We flU proscrtp- tloas In a 11rut Cass manner and we do It cheaply And then we carry n fuU stock of everything trsually kept In a flrstclasa drug atoreall of It fresh dosfmble ooda We are tight on tile old JamES A Thomas corner from the Bank of Hart oi t and the Ohio County Bark you couldnt hardly antes us Give us a call We wUl surely please you HARTFORD DRUG CO Incorporated For Ooin and Toooooo Fentilizen see C Carson yc O tl111 Another shipment of W 1 Douglas Shoos Just received wt Carson Cols A neW line of belts and Collars I1or ladles Just in at Carson lab Mr W C LilES Ueda ooJled to e ee usCBterd and renewed hiS cnlth InThe Republlcnn 1Mt T W Dan1g1 Omton woe we guest oX hs sum J A Daurel city Sunday amdMonday Ask to eoo ottr Une of collars in jMxlneeoomothwcnewiJlDros oJ 35c per yard oARSON CO tl Our Qtouso Js crowdoo Ith new ctotlhklg now Hats newDre Goods new Skirts and now things tco aim eioWJtom nt dARSON 00 125Ich11Men sad ladies at woout lime 1AMoaeri I Nelghbore ofi the Qla ton neghbortood W M FQCner city tJa d Mr imd Mgt Witt Steen DunI were among oun callerte Wodneu day iVinCn IiOOrohafH MIe 1 talindar for the Monarch bra2ldthe dtipe rbi dm1ltt Xlic Ito boo 1Petaro Ooines ls blsnkrtans and llknele Jc son IILCo I I t l r- S 44 t r j We want to interest eVery young man i oUr Gents Furnishing Department On building devoted exclusively to men wearing apparel 14c Where in the count will you find a more complete line of Shoes Clothing Shirts U derwear Ties Hats Hosiery Our styleS are late our price reasonable SHOE t Editor C M Barnett IWQB in Lou lavllle on business the first of the ofweekDr and arts A D Riley are the proud paxeptsrf ten pound baby boy born Tuesday morningcMr Jaoob Jgle1enr Maxanzaa 111110 was reported seriously ill last Vtcek Is thought to be some hotterr foMeeand Larkin Williams Dtnyer Drun wore among our caBers Tuesday blUtBneighbornood a oontestant in our Piooo contest was n pleasant call randon aybCirru Millie A Bennett near Bed t who has been visiting relatives In town for several days returned ion yesterdayaLeave your Laundryntmy Grocery It Work guaranteed Prompt deliver Y be U Clove her Mt Richmond Steam Laundry Mesdames Rachel Shultz Pleasant Ridge and Lizzie MoCfnney Tay1p Mines were the ghosts of t r ants Mr mud Mrs J P SandrBu a few days this week Mr Otto Martin who II attending at the Kentucky State Lnlverslty cpe Sunday with his pareuts Sheriff an Mrs R D Martin returning to Iex Ington Monday afternoon Mr Noah White hbs purchased an Interest In the grocery businese- Sebroadon IOf co instead ytt simply ILCCtptlng a position with the firm us announced lost week Pro LK Mithurn of the Da atsireHartford ncighborhood deft CIbnd for ChlcagXJ where lie goes With view of ncccpUng a pOsltlolJ to a iea day evening We ope not tatn1lym Dir T S Marks t18 the guest of his mUy hero EbdurdLy nndl Sunr day lIe returned to Yelvtngtorr Bfon of day where lo byilde cn hrportaM- sitfon Oin lIhe revenue service Cl00r Collector E T Franks ant virrhoU tdllUooh whtoh Is being r by Rev Rlclmrd fa stlll in ptog with lncreaslng Interest It wIM co throe Indefnltdly Rev RlcknrtI is a- ai 1 aneat preecl1er anti Is making antlextreme ofmrt to arouse better gluus feeling tn the tot and brhrg about the convorston of sinnersn Air Pink 1Yoetet ieldrwyb tB eon noted WIth too PenteooetalHemld at Louisville Ia Vlsltlng the dbrllY of his tinclo Judge j 31 Porter nt ofltceIploasant r- Pink a got fits start wkbL like ReW d1 2 aving ibeem afJW in ehlq oUt00 when a mere boy Je itoR lads obarg of two 1yriiY11e IJDIIiQ1 e8antl iae tIIJi ter expert lyztotyPemttecM 1tL7 a C- tt l h Mr n D Faught auL littet- Attres eon B Williams Mines Ito L- Ttehenor Matanzas were among callers yesterday T1te0 thirdQuarterly meeting t Hartford Circuit M E thuniJI Salt tti will be hold at Oo6he tomor oonCereneenTjte Cromwell l6terinCDlstrlct mooteday In May All schools are request ed to send delegates S1Ir G O Wedding representing the Burglarproof Window Guard and IndlanapolrYweek the guest of his parents Judge and Mrs R n Wedding Aiatnnnzas n day for Winchester irk where will go Into the poll business with Salleso Mr J n HaYlworth of Ricketts school house neigltborhbod WliI sell his personnl efects April l7Ut Bnd will leave in a tOW days thereatt for some POInt in the West a he oontemPlates making LiB futu home iMr Owlsslam d itif8ss6inb Ttohennr were united in marriage the some ot Rev L W Tlcllenr- Matnmzas ofI Saturday evening April S Rev Tlohenor otrlcfating Tfieae nt popular young people of the rnttlnzas neighborhood and have many rrlends who join in extending hearty good wishes illr tMl1 rnd Mss EvnLiles Toms Were mnlted In marriage II- tfurns Ohappel last Sunday even IllS In the presence Of a large numb m of relatives and friends ash MUler- la a prosperous bung farmer ot th- Jingoo e nelgllboJhood The bride Is a popular daughter of Mr J J Toms vf Dundee Their moray lrlcuds Join to extending oongnatulatios County Attorney E M WoodwarU was in Loulsvlbe Last Saturday for the purpose of aTgUlng the case of Dr W P Westerfield UJgU1nst Jobro son and others oCore Judge Walter Evans on the defendants motion to transfer the case to Federal Court This is n suit growing out of the drowning of four men on Green river by a tugboat during the past WInter Miss Hettyo Gray and Mr En- oseleyM were married at the o of the bride last Sunday Rev Voyl- ficiating The bride Is the very attractive daughter of Mr Robert Gray of Maxwell Mr Moseley Is the so pf Mr sad Mrs Curtis lioseley de II brother of Attorney Y L Moseley of Hartford and hOB lately been attending Hartford College The married couple left Tuesdr1Y r Globe Ariz where they will G their future home Hartford Loam NO G01 A S of E to an interesting meeting nt Den sctornouso last Saturday miglit Speeches were made by C 3Jf fBnrnett It R Woddipgand flue now mem wore added to the sail blfessts6uuday James Cecil Torn AnderEOn ands De- rBean were ppolntod l committee to torange for a ptx gram nmd meettrg the same JIIIce tOdnatarw night Is expected that II large crowd WfJI In attonlfunce and that many members wl11 be ddoo to the list Everybody Is invited eslreoial the ladles rFuneral Notice The funeral of the late Esq James A Park u111 take place at obi sisals It church ReMthe SouMh Sutsday in3iny 11 oclock n m Rev J W Oln ill chutedh assisted by Rev Crane pastor rt eso Creek circuit 11i E church Friends of WI ltrtnmlly are InviOOll Hartford Ky Aprt161909 JINGOatApril 7Farmers are hustling thes fine weather Margaret Bright is on the s1aIllI1Et this week pldro at MarvlnsCholpel last Sunday night in the pretence of a Iarge- congregntfon Rev Daily was master ceremonies I ton salsa Fifties Allen has returned tom actor several weeks vIsiting ryt Neas his Ridge and dlfcrent poltlts in- ose a county vin Howard of Pleasant Ridge mad tlatybhnfs mn eye he by tEPKjallEt 2fisa Minnie LWmterwnstnet and la Eutone of Victory alclghibor look dinner at Joe T St l1S- loIbnday bls we This section eras visited by a sever was weed and rain storm TuesdaY event ng Di Vitas Cool Murphy runyt WUbur Vance were at Dundee Snttdia- ylftr Davis 1sarJ tslcli at tlils to writing Slinday echoo1 was Org8Jl1zdnit ICon at cord SuadnY vnlsig mdtli 4 A Car superintendent said blwiss Rrud1- 1liftcl1a11 e sOcrrY nmiy3netire- t 0 l FAIR YiEw plaeeuraRemeut Superinbendetrt J G1- sou ThJv T J Acton filled his rcguw aftereedelivered a very interesting fmprce sive and instructive talk on tire day school and its affairs Mrs Cicero Moxley of shrove f many bliss Maud Allen le very law of Consumption but is thought to be some better at the some of her lath erer1otr George AllenMMr Fmnit Omit has boon contin to hls room for scats time but slowly improving llr nd Mrs John l1yer Sr a Centertownhaaft and sire Jim Duks and little dauter Snrnh and afa and Mn HCt1ry Nellrots Ml little daughters Florence and Stalin CU1Ji baby George spent Sunday with1Mr and ZVrs R n Wilson anti nttoolded church et tbl place Lt the afternoon erfair and Mrs C C White visited Dr and Mrs Felix ot Olltnn eaturda reMiss Bcrat FA ctoq attended chureh hero this olterfloon Eunice Wilson is visiting her ntcousin bitse Bessie Daniel of Oluton tills week MIss Jessie York of the Ooncord enelghboroodfa visiting her sister Mrss Eifio W160n frJendsiUssesdny Silo WIllS tUCOIDpan1ed borne byed Ruby Sirs Edna lJrmlsoIII Md tiff daughter otta and baby Marvin vi kisitedanti family Sunday rlm Annie J divers has sprained her ankle Mrs Eale Myers and little sotsDce am Byron were the guests of Mrs C C1ledte Flrlltay afternoontTit I1adln slsterlf1ESt Nancy attended sateen this tertroon afire Lorene White and little slstorIEva visited Mrs Florence Wilson Saturday Master Felix White visited ills 11t friends Sholby and Dee Myers slts urtLygSunday Sawal Teaches bleotlng will meet at JIr J It Wilsons Satur osnight April 10 Everybody dully invited to be present Spec esinvltaftors extended to tWOSe Interest nt ed to Sunday School walk gonAprif yRev J x Acton his regular appointment nt iltlrvl Sund ypfr ed the bfrtllday dinner given at a J Christians Tuesday Mr Fads Jamison went to Cente- wn Wednesday tm business airs biartlin Stewart Is one the Hick list lira Tim Martin visited blSs 0 Wilson Monday school at Falrvlow is prott grossing nicely Mrs Edna Jamison visited lir CJnJdn tears J n WlIlat1 Sundoy Miss Oro Wilson vIsited iMts 01a- WIS9n Mondnynlg1ltnS HOPEWELL AlnU 5Rev Ol rum filled Hs regular GiIlntment at Pond Runt SiWurd0y and SundaVIairs Is low at pttMslhl J J llusseNl IJlODt no tow do4 list week wIltltl her tuoter w11o is ye with rheumatism tliiss Lovell Muir of flennne ent at Mr W P esClrn IIpans Mimes spent Sunday with ilis- matiter airs D L tillerldaIngnl1111SMr Neville Hunloy deft Sunday inois to Join tis tJurlYtts who ha cdClrvlsltlng Mr Jim Balk Brown Cen at lugasrsonHenderoonnnd daughter sera La Williams spent last Wedinesday with air A J Davenport It being blrthykry they surprised tarn with nice mss of fish- CENTRAL the r GROVE April t tr James Cooper wont to Loulsv11Ie lionday whore mo mild un dergo an opemtton 101 njurles wily dog sustained lit the mines by slate the 16th of last September iDu- g r on the time since ins Len confined to this hod TrulY he ht borne affliction With great patteaco nd hOlle to ills speedy recovery- act He assisted to iris train by 6ipss- rney re Hockey J N Rowe MFFought Melvin Shoulders anti his brother ElIJ3Jh Cooper io went on Louisville MLsB nella Berrymoo began a b- eths hoot phus MoJlby IWowtsh bet lat success ti day alHolvltt Young Oweneborois VisltlJlg rpaellts Mr and 61trseer w D M Park Mm Wright of Evansville wan the guest of Mrs Jooo Shoulder last IIweek lifdsaos Rosa and Myrtle Loney via itedlnGreenbrJOlI neighborhood raGently Ute guests ot their uncle 1ofr Jas Drown Biro G L EvOTley and claldren of DnSunday and Monday SiturICSunday nt Mr Parks airs L D lane visited 411 11r Y C 3icintfrelVddti- nes tre Tuesday JsltedIsrt last week famllyProetlnnight and Sunday Zfr I P Dtntv4 WHe and litHe daUghter Olive MeHenry spent Saturday night ot Mr W L Jglehenrts bliss Augusta Cooper Prnetie visiting the family of Mr EMJ1Ih Cooper Tab stotmt on yesterday tied some damage by blowing dh fences Mrs M G Snell wfio itasi Well Eu feting from rheumatism a ts bettCt when actheard from titre T G Hunter ISlJ1h cent Everett Mclntlre Williams spout Tuesday night at M F Dr C Goo Crowder and wife of Ier cars Station spent Sunday night aft S T Drowns flirt H n Faugrtt and tatnily via relatives In Williams Mints Sa- urday night leeta Noah Rowe attended the bu vded of his brother1ntaw Mr Jommr nusJ ll at Equality bionda todiATONApril 7Suday school has been or gamed at the Baptist church end aj singing rohool is also being un1g large crowd was In attendance att school Sunday Trey took titan tile day Thls glues the tyoung folks as wen lS ttc old sort e to go this erring and summe us hOle that theta will be IL larger attendance every Sunday Q11Il byethere will have been muoh nccomlJ1is1ed Mr and Mm George Sputelor ofof WWtes1l1e were the guests of reI Fridaylal 1e I Louisville Saturday nccooull1lnled by Mr G W Daniel woo will be ne two weeks A eingtng was given ftt tie catto ntg01treport a plrosnnt time Ottrrugs nightr hero Tuesday afternoon C SCHROADER laApril 5Fanners are very busy ntbecat 0Ilrbarn Brother Bailey will preaoh for us tomorrow night AU sae lQlllng f good sermon orbrtlSaturday 0Thes1vMr Jim Cooper mal wife visit ed StirryT1e A S of g mot at fills plat intoe of meeting They wUl meet Saturday niS3tIMr Sam J D Saturday and Sun daywBlnightBattyd Jack si by a jack Imported direct frothwill make the present season my stable at V300 to insure Lis colt F M ALLEN- Ceatertowm Kyen RALPH April 6Flre lao boon raging i1 on paSt two days In the Wade ti rood s IIUch damage is being dqne at Mr Stove Tnlors brn came Itcar burntra Sunday afternoon Sunday slolool at the Drrrtist star H- Is progressing nicely 4fe Robt Taylor went to Fordsvll business yesterday Dro lJashbrook ge us an teHeotual a treat Saturday nigh IWe hope ho will come again stir A Former and family Maveml ov from MOo hero to stay a wiriie of Lonnietent to Mn Del Udklffs Sunday attraotlons Liles fuUssle- Robret Taylor Is still edge ng lori- heal tholaair Lbnnto Owen Jr visited his herInlaw Mr Frank Taylo Sun C MIss AddleEdIN mod burs Dav who arc attending school at Ira R IAN EDISON PHONOGRAPH Has no COmpetltlon neither hag awn home that has one I Lave acoopted the agency for tads wonderful mnoMno- s and keep Ml uptodme line or IOOCOrds and suplleQ YOU can come In and hear- tth teM and 1r they nail you buy them if not dont l1 you have an old style machine I can fit It wlth nIl at tao meat to play the 4 minute Ahnberol- 1s Records wtitich If you hooT once you wlll not be without I am also adding to my jewelry stock aU the time conJ B T61IiPLN wnHart ord Ky Sugar Grove visited their frames from Friday until Saturday Miss Harrett Mldkiff lu staying with weekS PIIwere todayaton cans gotte OflS Ioseley visit tt Mr Ii C Greers Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Jeff Roach and Man r Norton visited at err Allen Saturday and Sunday Joule Less Greer made fits usual Sunday tlit Sharp of Whitosvlie attended Sunday school here Sunday erCorbel 11ndo caught n beta sat- urday night Several man removed their camaS from tacit plant beds for fear of ire CANE RUN spite 7The storm yesterday eve eating did much dnmmge to the farm ors fences In tHis neighborhood Lira Sarah Christian was the guest her brother air S L St On1r of Horse Branch Friday Mr Bill Christian who acne been In Dyeabut g rrennror the past month Is expected to return today arcIOpIIl It e t illSunday Mr Otn rYsnfoi of Nr rrowB visit ud his sister asF Arale Christian IVednesday afr J X Bradley nlll wife of Ro sine were able gursots of Mrs alagglo- hristian last wee I Mrs Pwbe Cu ia an rd granddaughter Ciommle visited ait5 ne 1VIIson Thursday lke Christian amyl wife visited SrturaBARRETTS FERRY rAgmli GWe are avin g lire woatb for llJmlng- Sunda school wl be organlze l at- is place Sundry evening at three air Roe lntTMftnn wflo ilea been for lcmo time Is better aL Walter Iktugks is very m of typhoid fever Mlsses Asna Potty and Ruth David son spent Saturday rut Olaton Hiss Comma IVcdding w us tile guest friends nt Narraw s last Taursdey and Friday Miss Valarla HnrtiFOD or Dundee was the goat of her aunt Mss Alma Petty Sunday fl1fES Ada and lnude Shroador ere the guests or their Buter lUrs anche Boling Sunday Mr Bob SQitmHil1 lrs sold hIs property hero aria has gone to Ar homerGeorge IMt I tm is very 111 at- is Stalin COOPERSCHOOLHOUSE April 5 Mm Bee linn of Ow OQ IS vlsltfag bet patients air and dire G W Gordon of rtafs place airs lJenItln1 SteVtJes who has boon the sick list Is improving Rev Gardner dined ibis appointment Situty creek tttrrlay nail Sunday attcnd1Iartford last Frldny and Saturday Rev Pen Taylorwrro was bceni quite sick Is Improving flies ELla Stevens md son Master Glendon visited at Mr Byron rraIors Sunday Mt Wick Taylor of Bald Knokvls iced Ills sister aria liamnatd Stevens lids place last Sunday 1IocelastMr Rob Jackson lost a line snare week flSSt Jamey IL1trJr and family and W Stevens CIIldfumily visited at Sundaylethe past two wee a is itnprovlnr- Y i DELiNQUENT TAXES FOR YEAR 1908 As Returned by R B Martin Sheriff of Ohio County EAST HAIrPFORD PROCINOT Austin Lena 60 Burton J H 100 th Joe 27G Drown R H n00 Duncan W A dead 100 Durbin Frank 100 lktntel J R + 100 Ensor Owen 100- Flelden E C 100 Foreman W P L00 Griffin Joe 100 Greor S W 185 Hill J L 100 Howard OLarence 100- Liles w 0 100 Likens D will 100 Lee E M 230 Lee Bird aoo Lee C C J85 Plummer G R 100 Turk S A 100 Roach Sam 100- Tfaoads Henry 100 Ralph J lL 100 Stanley Dr A P 235 Sullenger Jim old man 100 Shroader J F Joo- TIwoodell Ernest L00 Tyro R E 100 Tmvls Morrison 100 I TJUis Henry 100 COLOItED LIST Duke Ed 100 Ford Gus 100 GlllSOn Ohorlle 100 Duke Will 100 TJuntor A D 100 Hines wkln 100 Jackson Henry 100 McHenry Tbruston 100 Morton G 100 bforton Mayriah 50- Nooll 1V L 100 Noel and Pinkerton 75- Pblpps Oliver 109 Park Alvin 100I Rucker Alec 100 Taylor Lcm 100 Taylor will 100 lylor Amos 100 Taylor Dud 100I Taylor Luke 100I WEST HARTFORD PRECINCT Alexandor W old man 4 100 Arbuckle L L 100 Dunton C A 1100 Baltzell J L dead 100 Cnsky E Y 100 Craig Stevens 100 Cart1entor Dick 100 CoghJII Ira gone 100 Eskridge V C 100 Gray Claude JQO Hamlet John 100 lIenln Malon 85- HlnCl John 135 Johnson J S 4S5 King Will 100 K1ng Z 100- lowI9 J R 100 McIntire J M100 Morton Dr J S IS0- llartln J w 100I Sapp Ilwac 100I Smith II C 100I SbTOftder TIhoffiIII 100I Smith J A 100 Smith n E100 Shown Jnntes J85- ToI1neJ 1111 100 Tucker Jim 145 Vdll tams leaton 100- ward W 100 Yelser X A 100 ADDITIONAL LIST Magao J C 350- 1larnett El1jah 100 JAaltzcll Yllllam 100 Vogle S H CGO COLORED LIST Ohlnn Wilbur 100 Kuhn Walker noo Parks J F 100 Sullongor George 100 BDDA Bartlett James Sr 100 Hines C C 1oo- Hohelmer Lonnie IQO- IJ1IJl11ett Joe 100 Long Albert gone 100 LUes L 11 100 tIUler J I 100 Oller Jessie 100 Park I J265 Sapp J IL 100 Shepherd J H 100 Stewart W H LOO Stevens Virgil 100 Tlehenor W W100 Warnlca J p 100 niurett Lonnie 001 100 SULPJTUR SPRINGS Awtry D F 100 Ik1teyC T 195 Dilhni Quinton 100 DuTdenED a aoo Colburn Qlcrlcs 100 Orumcs A L 160 COoks James 100 fickso Sllae 100 It1ng X11 100 Lsoefield Willie 100- Yee Wayne ea 100 J j I f f T 1tfu6eleyF1ronk r ioo- 1furpby E D 300 Patterson A 1 40- Pcaoh V ar 10b Stewart G W 100 Willett F lr 100- Vilkfe Ohnrles 10- Wimsett 0 0 100 COLORED LIsr Acton J 1K 100- Lockroy Robert 100 Flelden J T 100 Miller A R J 000- M111er Tony 100- RClltrow J D 100 3PAOAN Drown Thomas D 100 Clark George 100 Flelden Louts 100 Jones N E 100 Johnson TUdon 100 Leach Sam 100 Loney V M 700- Mddkiff Vlg 100 Modcalf Oliver 100 M9dklff thus Dill 1G5- 1lIdldrf Rosh 100 Mdllor Miss Lena 150- McCarty 1r V 100 Rogers J V 100 Roach J H 100 Sharp George 160- Taul J D25Wflk-le J E 100 Vard Pendleton 100 Wedding N L 150 Wedding T N 100 Westerfield Isaac dead 100 Yesterfleld J C 100 VtenfleM I C 100 CROo1lVELL Beauty Col W If u JOO Coots J K JOO Dunn Clarence 100 Douglass J C 160 Davis Bud 100 Holey Clarence 100 Jones W P 100 Miller F G 100 RnJl1er Robert iIDO Smith J D 100 Smith Mrs Deuloh 125 Stratton J P cripple 100 Shrado J L 100 Silroader E T 100 Taylor R F 100 white M D aoo white WOile-rD M aOO COL SPRINGS Drown R L 1090 Drown Evorltt 100 Doling Harry 100- Crunk E J 76 Cole A N 10c- hmpfleld WO dead 100 Doolin Z A 100 Gaston E A100Hllle-ard Gome 100 Haidisen J WJOO Hines W W 100 Johnson EUjab 100 Johnson Andrew 100 Kelley Ed 100 Shultz Ohnrlcs 300 Ynuslln Elmer 100 XORill1 ROaKPOM- Dobanan George II 100 DlIlnelt George C 100 Bishop A T 100 Dolls James 100 Dray John L 100 Board Ir C 100 Ders James 100 Dyers flame 100 Burden N C 100 Ollne Edwin 100 Collins Jim 100 Collins Luther 100 Combs A J 100 Decker Amos 100 Dunwn SUUuel C100Ez-ell J T 100 Edmonton honk 100 Gtlltter C J 100 Hodges R L100 Herrell John 100 Ilor R D 100 Legtand n L C100Mad- dox Pendleton 100 Miller 31 A 100 Oaks L 100 Kissinger E E 100 Roby II C 145 Richardson Luther 10 Shultz C T 100 Smith Everett A JOO Tilford George 100 TllCord A D 100 Ttehonor II A 100 ITichener Dander 100 L S 100 WIlIQI11B M heirs 300 vhlte Logan 100 YOIJls Lewis 100 Shull Albin aoo- COLOnIID LIST Reid Herbert 100 Tichenor Frank l30- Tunml1 William 100- Napier John 100 Hines Preston 1QO Montgomery Wm 100 Douglass Ned 100 Douglass Charlie 1100 SOUtIIH ROOKlPOntr Drown G Oscar 100 Coleman O S 00I 1DowneyPulltcmlOn Charlie K100Har- dtn Fletcher 000- lacefleld Jackson 100 Martin Dud 100 Mtlrtln James D 100 31k DeliFf 100 Janson Iva Warner IG5- Ibdtt11or w x C 1100 JIyne8 AJ c 100 76IDawny D Itf r 100 Henlle John 100 RobOIltson y D j 300 L SOo 100v8yling John J 1 4 100 Sari Oahin IT SAO Sneddon Charlie J4 100 SFJLECJr X jYfJsb 100 Baize G D 1 100 100uwEwbry J N r r 100 J OnergusonT Morris D F 101- Pbhrrla J ill ijo White E S 100 HORSE O1RA1rqlr iAllen Tom J J 100 Alfred J S 1100- Bu len Harrison 000 Burden G S 100 Uod R L IC Dod H J 100 lloyd R L 7 100 Cooper George 100 Oy Allen 100 Dehdrt C M 100 fDaniel 200 Daugherty J W S i 100 Ferry E M a JOO Kelly C J 100 Morris A H t 10o- Renirow H A r 120 Renfrow Leslie 85- Ragland R W 100 Smith Jno H h 500 Stewart G F i 100 StrlngflcJd Monroe o 150 Thomne G J 100 White A C 100 white J P 100 ROSINE Ashley E F 215 Ashford WIHlam 100 Allen E C 100 Deck F lr 100 Daize S 100 Bailey Chris 100 Clark John D 100 Carter A D 100 Dobbs John o 1100 Daugherty Ohristlan 70 DaugTilerty J F noo Ezell J W 100 Ferguson Thomas 100 Forbs Ace 0 JOO herd Isaac i 100 Haynor F V 100 Havens H W D dood 100 Hurt Riley 100 Hall J C 4 w 100 IJall Albert loo Hall W V 100 Hall G 0 t 100 Kuykendoll David 100 KuykendalL George JOO Latch J H noo Long V C 100 Long Albert 100 Leisure L D 100 lIfnttheW5 C 100 lIfulthews Wilbur 100 Morris Y G LO- OfIers C L 100 McDaniel Wllllam 100 Miller J L 175 Xnnce llliam 100 Park YoC 100 Perry Ollie 100 Raymer P T t 100 Royals C 250 Rafferty R n JOO- R1lrs LLBC 1 110 Splnka D E 100 Smder A L 110- 0Slunder M C 100 Shrader J C io0- Shrader Isaac 100- Shrnder E J 110- 0Sfxader R J 100 Stewart J T 400- Steuart 1 Jas W 100 Wallace Leonard gone 100 Wilson F T 100 EAST BRAVER DMII Allen D H 1 LOO Austin T L LOO Dean Flunk 100 Lunsrord Osmr 100 Malon John 100 Rlchnrdson Ben 100 StevnE T J 3100 Stevens W 1r lQO- WlllIlms Mrs E E 200 Tate J A 4 100 Young Allen 100 COLORED LIST DullEr Luther 1 1o0 China J D tI00 Chinn Dudley 100r Cook Herbert 1100 Cook Riley 100 Davis Charley f x00- Didson Jon ft100- Fant Ellis t 100 Porter Jo ioo Roeder Caolvln b i100f Render Addle 200 Thomas Alec 100 Vlck ilOOWESTAUStin S Ii 100 Austin H M 1170 Bennett E v 7 00- Buixlen Frank1 100 Cdrter E M rOO Dockery Monroe 10- 0IDauhertyR IL t00 Flat Harvey 100 Hoover Cyrus 100 Continuedon Sevenm 1tige Air Shipand Free Trade W1a12s Gbns oo xMntttee9 are wrtrstlingwltaltnpor taut acheduioa Mc or BadenlGwell priest the interest leg theory lt 1 liti per tion- of aerial ttntatapcrt8tIOf the protte Hon nations ofo mId milt be Laced with the nlecesslty of adopting free trade They will be mable tg- po11ce the air and tho toec ttol In tenor etfectivoly enOugh tQ prevent to wholesale tnnugUng of the lS bulky articles of commerce Anwr shIp txtn a osa International Noiindar los unseen end land cmrgoofllul table goods in a spot the custom of flola1s cannot protect Consequently In the view of thls expert all duties winii VO t b0 ab014s1led I mhinoatNaok is ong pTlifoi remotely eyeLthanthe Projectw the exhauetation- the coal upply and tlae ptblftbh1ty- thrat somo mntioDS ot years henoe n planet or two may 4I1t the eaI1tbnn4 tvlpe out toe taxtff problem and nil others Somehow these dlps into th far Muro dItVUXIb people rosa then the wooknc of the morning aoKoo- or the mtseing of a strOOt flying sfiipe IO croJthe skies that we tshalt have to ihoIve btu4- flo aquade and strict mIca of thu otr st wJU be time to lout with the carrying balloons ld- aeroplanoo upon the tnrlLfNey Yomk Press Not a Drop of Alcohol What is a tonic A medicine that increases the strength or tone of the whole system What is an alterative A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy action to healthy action Name the best tonic and alterative Ayers Sarsaparilla the only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol 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125 Fuikenson Luke 130 Hamilton M L 100 Helm B T 100 Helm B T 100 Harbourt Walter 135 Huff Walter 100 Lyons Minor 100 Reardon Israel 100 Spurrier R 100 Spurrier Owen 100 Zlnt J T 100 ARNOLD Allen Woodford 100 Dyers Harvey 100 Cotton Jerry 100 Crowe R J 100 Dautfiorty W R 100 Brans Allen 100 Evans Lawson 100 Evans G L 100 Embry Harvey 150 Howerton J C 100 Leach W W 100 Probls John 100 Parks J F 100 Pharrls C V 100 Pharis James 100 rtarris Finis 100 Patton Thomas 115 Snodgrass J C 225 Trabue John 100 Vandlver L Roy 100 Thomas J C 100 Wlllougirby D W 100 Wllloughby C R 1000 RENDER Blackburn Walter 100 Blackburn John 100 Branfc Charles 100 Davis James T 100 Durbln Frank 100 Fulkeraon John B 100 Ferguson George W 100 Flehlon J H 100 Gentry S B 100 Geary William T 100 Galther M S 100 Galther A J 100 Hill ard Harvey 100 Hunt Leslie 100 Hess Theodore 100 Hines Dock LOO Keown Lewis 100 Likens James R 100 Plummer L H 100 Robinson Charlie 100 Robinson Norman 100 Reynolds William 100 Ranson Amos R 100 Sanders Ira LOO Taylor Richard 100 Turner Wade LOO Wakeland John A 100 Wakeland Ed 100 Williams Oliver 10 COLORED LIST Doolin Isaiah LO- ODoolln William LOO Doolln Morton 100 Qlbsop Herbert 100 Long Steven LOO May Dr James j 100 Miller John lJO Shultz David LOO Walker Alec 100 Porter Carey 100 Shultz L Ii LOO Kuykendall Virgo LOO ADDITIONAL LIST Senabough James iOO Dobbs LVDV f LO- OHaromonsL Ai p 100- Miller VN 1075 Miller T0f 150 Pollard JMy 10- ll Wilson f ilttk LfiO SSS 4y t REAL ESTATE FOR SALE We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and half miles from Sunnydale directly 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 Hafltford located on tho Pita 3 acre lot splendid well of sore water plen ty of fruit for small family This is a desirable plooe of property 75 acres at Davidson Station on the Owensboro branch of the I C R R 60 acres fine bottom land will grow 64 or 80 bushele corn to acre 15 acres rolling land very fertile Two fine Springs everlasting water bounded ion the South by rough Creek 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 ono half acre lot In FtordBvltle opposite ool logo 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 lo- CAtion CO acre tract of hill land one mile from Beech Valley schoolhouse on Hartford and Hawesville rondoAlii cleared except about 20 acres two dwellings barn and other out buildings A good four foot vein of coal which Is now in opperatlon House and lot at tho corner of Clay and Washington streets now owned by E Crabtroe This Is one of tho fluent locations in Hartford and tho property is In good repair House contains nine rooms and there is o never tailIng spring 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 Deaver Dam and Cromwoll public road 112 mile from Beaver Dam in good state of cultiva tion good young orchard grapes straw berries raspberles good 4 room cot tage with varanda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting of meat Louse hen house coal house good well Located In good neighborhood 27 acres good farm land on Prentta public road adjacent to Robert Plum mer good old and young orchard good four room dwelling and good out buildings Two good wells 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 TRADE Dwelling 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 bulnosss For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord miles east of Hartford good dwellingI 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 water at Magan Ky A tract of land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public rood 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 bo5 toms two barns and dwelling well kopt and In good condition We dont own tho property We are only agents for the owners and our purpose is to bring together tho buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge If no sale is effected List your property with us or if you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY A Reliable CATARRHRemedy Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed Glvei Rellel at Ones Itckanscs soothes heals and protoota tho dlsenscd mem braneresultingfrom Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the FEVERstores0Tmteana8tne11 Full size 50 cts atDrug In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York m Ow1a5L- O u DABXITT OK SUIT BARtlETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY VvlU 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 Prac tice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw 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 aid building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pensions Etc Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Public for Ohio county Office over Williams Dreg Store il L HKAVIUN BltKKHT VOODWAHI HEAVRIN WOODWARD ocevs aLauIHARTFORD 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 flee next door to Bank of Hartford YAN CY L MOSLEY 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 No tary Public Office over First National Bank i 0 WnDARNEL S ANDERSON BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys ani Counselors at Law a HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the practice of Law In all courts State and Fed oral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate vrlll be given special attention Notary In office W II BARNES S A ANDERSON JOHN II WILSON CIUS M CHOW WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office on Main St opposite Court House an4 TRADEMARKS promptly obulntd In ill ooantrUi or no fea iYobtanPATENTS THAT PAY adrtJH UiorougWy Hour Jpenand uelp you to CUOCMI fond model photo or bleb for FREE report SURPASSINGBook on rroflubl 1aumU writ to Y BO3BOB Sovonth StreetWASHINGTON D C KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New DiscoveryF- OR CooOLDS PRICE AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES GU TEEDSATIBFAarOR OR MONEY REFUNDED v PROCURED AND DEFENDED rteare adfreereport- Free SendmodeJ ad how to obtain patento trd Burka- oopyrtghtaeta IN ALL COUNTRIES Emlruis Jlrett with Wadlnctollawl lever and forfmrsf ExclusivelyWrit IGIS math Itntt VnlUd lUUt rate era- WASHINGTdN D C j 4t t IouBaaltin Powder Sfbrolu ely Pure Rendersthe food more wholesome and su perior in lightness and flavor The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar r t ENTHUSIASTIC GO- t UNION MEETING Continued from First Page I mmendI by It T Beck that wo r that each local union designate a mem ber of such local to keep In touch with the county stock and produce committee and keep them posted as to the amount and kind of stock and produce for sale Motion carried The Committee on Cooperative Tel phone reported that good progress had been made in some sectlonsthere being 375 telephnoes now in operation through this system Moved by E P Sanderfur and seconded by D Ford that the report of the committee be received and the committee continued and that committee ibe empowered to appoint subcommitteemen lit sectlbns of the county where the people are Interested it procuring tel ephones Motion carried The committee on resolutions being ready reported as follows We reaffirm our allegiance to the A S of E of Nortlri fierica ana feel proud of the noble work done by our Finance Committee In selling our tobacco and giving us such general satisfaction In handling the same Also of all who have done anything to advance the noble cause which we es pouse and trust the ficure may even be better If possible Therefore be It Resolved 1st That the Secretary of each local be supplied with an acre age and pooling pledge and all who pledge their tobacco uiUHt be in good standing by the first day of July 1909 or they will bo debarred from pooling and said poolers shall call on the Secretary to sign Resolved 2nd That we endorse the action of the Cromwell District Union which convened March 27th in the matter of purchasing a tobac co warehouse In the town of Crom well Ohio county Ky Resolved 3rd That the Finance Committee grant the Fordsvllle and Shrew tobacco growers the right to dispose of their tobacco to the best advantage Resolved 4th That IhePresldent ap point five men to confer with a llku number of U M W of A In Ohio county to consider matters of gen eral Interest to both organizations RcBolvedGth That the CountyUnlon endorse the Parcels Post system and that we ask our representatives to work to that end and also ask the State Union to work for thu same end Resolved Cth That we endorse the Wool Growers mccetlug at Elizabeth town April 10th and r tommend that we send delegates to said meeting Resolved 7th That some step bo taken to llx a price on the present wheat crop and recommend how to proceed to get a fixed price on samo Resolved 8th That we endorse the methods of cooperation in buying and sellingResolved 9th That we encourage the Equity people to stand by the selling committee for their stock Resolved 10th That the CountyUn ion recommend that all locals meut behind closed doors and any member who may ovulge um thing nut con t I- VV siderate will be dealt with in the discretion of the localv r T W BENNETT Chmn rV r WARREN TAYLOR D L WITHERS A ROSS MELVIN STEWART J H AMBROSE 1 S ENOLER Committee- On motion It was ordered that the report of the committee be received and committee discharged- On motion it was ordered the resoluI tlons bo considered beckon at a time Section one was read and reread andI its adoption moved and secondedTho vote resulted in favor of its adoption Section two was read and Its f adoption moved and seconded The vote resulted in favor of Its adoption Section three was read and on mo tion arid second was adopted Section four was read and Its adop tion moved and seconded The vote A resulted in favor of the motion Whore upon President Stevens named Alney f 4Ticbenor Mclvin Stewart W H 1 Itr t w Rhoads T W Bennett and John Shultz a committee of five to confer with the U M W of A Section five was read and after discussion was adopted Section six was read and adopted Section seven was rend and Its ndop tlon moved and seconded Aa a substitute it was moved by J L Miller and seconded by J W San derfur that we stand In conjunction with the wheat growers Moved by A Ross and seconded by Albert Cox that the resolution and substitute be tabled The vote resulted in favor of the motion to table Section eight was read and adopt ed Section nine was read and adopt ed Section ten was read and its adoption moved and seconded After thorough discussion the resolution was adoptedMoved by Albert Cox and seconded by J L Miller that hereafter the county union meet behind closed doom At this juncture a motion to adjourn prevailedAt Saturday morning the meeting was called to order by President Stevens A rollcall showed twentyfive locals present An esti mate of the membership and locals showed 844 members in good standing and 37 active locals with prospect for a greatly Increased membership and live locals After rollcall Mr Cox called up the resolution providing that the County Union meet behind closed doors The vote resulted In favor of the motion Moved by D Ford and seconded by B L Withers that the resolution pro viding that the committee on cooperative Telephone System be contin ued with power to appoint subcorn mitteemen be reconsidered After thorough consideration the vote resulted In favor of the motion Moved by J F Barnes and seconded by J W Sanderfur that the chairman appoint committees In various localities where telephones are want ed After thorough consideration the motion was adopted The Secretary by tLe consent of Chairman read a communication from Mr J C Whalln of Butler county relative to regulating freight rates on Green river Moved by E E Dur bin and seconded by E W Jackson that we consider the amtter Mo lion carried On motion It was ordered that the recommendations of Butler county Un- Ion with reference to the regulation weight rates on Green river be adopted by this union Moved by Albert Cox and seconded by E E Durbin that the delegates to the State Union at Ellzabethtown April 15th be instructed to present a resolution providing that the State Union meet behind closed doors Motion carried- E W Jackson offered the following resolution which was read The Finance Committee that Is now elected or that Is to be elected for the ensuing year to be reelected by the County Union so their terms will be one two and three years Said committee to be as roar equally divided as possible and by virtue of the office of the County President he shall be chairman of this committee This committee shall at their first meeting after this County Union provide means for drawing for their re spective positions This committee shall elect ono of their number for Secretary He shall keep a complete record of all business and report at each County Union meeting and shall Itsue certificates of attendance which shall be countersigned by the President before collection Their compensation shall be 200 per day The Prebldent and three members shall constitute a quorum Said committee to be elected at the regular April meeting of County Union E W JACKSON Action on same was deferred until afteniton Moved by Albert Cox and seconded by J H Ambrose that hereafter the proceedings of th County Union hoof published Motion carried Moved by Melvin Stewart andsec onded by B 1 Withers that the stock commltteo be empowered to employ some one to ride over the county to work up shipments of stock and that stock pooling pledges be Issued and- y i placed in the hands of tlie Hmo un ions Motion carried OaffijiBgn It was ordered that WdadjO f 1 o clock V v ijjip At 1 oclock p m the jwjjon vened 3T Moved by Alney Tichenorjaai sec ended by Sam wo take up the consideration of the Vool question at this time Moye jYE C Baird nhd seconde1 by TPjfTan ner that the delegates to thelealled meeting of the State Union call a meeting of the wool growers Sfiphlo county Immediately after the= State Union meeting Motion carried Moved by E W Jackson and sec onded by George Neighbors that the resolution offered before noon provid ing for the perpetuation of the Fi nance Committee be adopted The vote on the motion resulted laetho de feat of the motion 7 Moved by T F Tanner and second ed by E W Jackson that the Finance Committee be allowed to report Mo lion curried f Whereupon D Ford reported that the committee had made asntlsfactory sale of all pooled tobacco arid that over a million pounds had already been delivered under the contract of sale and that the committee has collected approximately 73595 out of sales of tobacco of the 1908 crop out of which expenses were paid leaving a balance approximately X600 In hands of tine Finance Committee On motion it was ordered that tho chairman appoint a committee to settle with the secretary and treasurer Whereupon T f Tanner and p Ford were appointed On motion 1t was ordered that the body proceed to the election of a Treasurer It was decided that the selection should be by election Whereupon D Ford was nominated and on motion was elected by acclamation At this juncture President Stevens reported orally his success as committee to reorganize locals In this county Ho reported that he had during February and March visited locals in the southern and western part of the county with good success and had had many calls that ho was unable to fill Moved by Sam Shields and seconded by Warren Taylor that the Secretary be authorized and directed to Issue timber pooling pledges in accordance with resolution previously adopt edOn motion it was ordered that Will- Iam Flener be allowed 150 as services for cleaning the court house and rending fires for the meetings 11 of the County Union Moved by TF Tanner and seconded by J H Ambrose that the ratifi cation of the Finance Committee be made at this and subsequent April meetings of the County Union The vote resulted in the defeat of the motionMoved by Warren Taylor and seconded by William Lake that the county union recommend to the several magisterial district unions that have not already elected members of the Finance Committee to do so at their next regular meeting Motion carries On motion it was ordered that the body adjourn to meet the first Friday und Saturday in July S L STEVENS Pres- C E SMITH Secy PALO April 5People are busy preparing for a crop Mr John DodsOn Is building a line barn on his lower place Mrs Mollle Themster Is Improving The infant cbildof Mr and Mrs W L White who has bad pneumonia is some better Mrs EWe Duke who has had a severe throat trouble 18 some better Air Charlie Wlrasatt is on the Blok list Messrs Bartlett Orval Derry Cliff Berry and lEVeret Maiden made a business trip to Owennboro last Thursday Mr Buck Flenor and family were the guests of Mrs Fleners fathewMr Bob Lewis l Sunday Air Rufus Boyd and brother P L Boyd of Horfie Branch visited Mr and Mrs W L Whites family test Monday also their sister Mre jamo anion dire Derry who hAB been hi bad health for some time 1s no bettor Mrs Dooley Misses Lents Itosie ant Fawnde Berry attended the burIal of Mrs Beau at Sunnydale moat Thu K day i Mrs Wm Coy amid iMirs Mttnda Bur den were the guests of Mrs Mary WJilto last FridayLiRlcherd JDooIy and wife werevibo guests of Mr Dunk Berry and family last Saturday night rMr George Hines faaa moved back to oust community We welcome Mrx HUlos backaiMr J D Derry went to Dundee st- WOOnesdAyonbuslnMfi Our local A S of E is doing good business with 57 members Whoai boat It rrt Attie Kittle Boss Dodson d uflffor of Mr John Dodaon got badly dog bit by John DoffronB dog last Sattnv day evnelng We hope not fatal ir r uJ w v NARROWS Aptfl 7 D t Feflttart wur la OrierSro a u Mir frwent to Plor l vllle We n 4iy to view tics irtonn wreck of oat tsafortaiiit city- Aliases iiaale Foreman pas Nettie Daniel jwera In FordvUle Tueedayv Miss iBBbW OtoakM twUb laatt8J16 ing 8t Mary8 jOattoHc school at AVialteevillo was at dome to visit ber parents Saturday and fjumlay Dr W If J wince of Hone Broochi is here tar a tow JaY flablng Mr and Mrs Taylor Murphy and son Potter Murphy andMr had M- Ollie Duff started Monday for Tuoum earl New Mexico her they contem plate flndtpgtheir future thomc Mr and Airs R JK Bedn and 3 little sons Dewey nnd Horary William re turned Monday to tbcir oma at OWr cnsboro cfter a weeks vlBlt wlti rela fives here a dQtSulIturSpringS Air Alonzo White of Horso Branch visited his brother Mr JoseipljJ Weiite the first of the week Qlcesrs ftlDTtoii Kuyken all ansi J H Thomas were in OwenBboro Thursday Mks Eunice Shuttz who is utter lug school at FbrdBvUIe was wdta iber parents s here Saturday and Sunday Bliss Cool Kuykemdall of Dundee was the guest of 3Iles Ello Renfrow Tuesday Mr B P Petty la at Luke City Arktbe guest of his sister MJS Mary OMmbere whom he than notBeco fortflity years Mr Petty taa a brother in Nevada whom be Juts not Been for fifty two years and If the eteter montioned Is able to go with him they- wiU visit the Nevada brother Ibofore Mr Potty returns home While stopping with his atepeon CaptHLJWeddine of the fire department at Cairo lllUnalo Pink Waethe victim of a reporter for a Cairo paper and Interestingly detailed a visit to that city fifty years ago when that now prosperous city was a wens vil lage Narrows is rather iprmindl of one of ter merchants getting a double headed write up in a Cairo newspaper From Another CoTrespondeint April 5IDssDalsy Ely of Cat rollton Ky win lias boen to Lou isville for the post month has come to be our milliner this spring Miss Annie Miller of OaneyvllleIs here to be our dressmaker Mr Ollle Duff noel wife are selling their property and will start tor New Mtoxlco where they will anoket their future home for their health Mrs Sallie Bewley Heft 1aIst Thurs jay for Bowling Green whore she will attend scoot during one term Mrs Bessie Wedding of Barretts Ferry has been visiting her mother Mrs Annie Grafcam this week Little Miss Pearl Stevens visited her friend Mr Guy Shrove last Sunday night It Is quite queer Mir Carson Baric visits Miss Oorinne Tliomoa every Sunday Mr Mike Cralian of Horse Branch was In town Tuesday Dr Luiwlace wfao has been to Horse Branch tar the past three weeks returned home Thursdayj Mr D P Petty loft tor Arkansas last Thursday to visit iris dsterwhom he has not seen far fifty yeas Mrs John Ron row Is having the chills M ssrst Alonzo PhlUlpe Eugene Kirby John Renfrow went to Owens bono Thursday to attend the Equity noting Miss Mollle Renfrew of Dundee neighborhood visited her brother Ir- A R Renfrow moat week Mrs George AJbreun was visiting Lor mother Mrs Mary Hamilton of the Sulphur Springs nelglilwrfcood dos week Mr Gordon Young of Beaver nun was In town last Friday evening p S W Notice to Guardsmen On t e afternoon and evening of itftre 10th of April the local company of guards will be reorganized A supper will be served in tha armory at 6 oclock p m Every member of the old company i expected to be present and a cordial invitation is extended to any young men desiring to join The annual encampment will Ibe held at Earllngton beginning 2nd of August J M DoWEEBE Good News For Jim Ham Lewis The man who pulled the whiskers of the President of France bee been sentenced to five years In prison The sacredness of whiskers te now established St Louis Poet Dispatch CROMWELL Apri 6Atprll AViat a world of meaning la contained In that one word It mOans that winter with his onefromoto thrust In the cycle of agriculture and thereby reap a rtoa manvest of grain that goes to feed earths popu latlon and snake thorn alt rejoice oIl turn thankful we Should tie to our Heavenly Father for BendtogU8 this groat month of Tosurrcctiori It measna not only bringing forth1 the waving fields of grain that smake glad the tart of man but the or ij1 4t1 ft wJ i I 1 t rfhea WOrKli1safi t I mans Suit i H w 3 I I 1 i 4 The workingman is the man we want to iriterestr for we have the kindoffclothshe f r wants The few with money to burn will patronize the high priced tailors Thestrug gling poor man will of neces sity stick to cheaply made J cotton warp clothes But the 2 Ii L sensible thrifty workingman t- cr wants wellmadedurablehon est fabrics stylishly designed lcosting moderate prices for a 10 1250 15 or 18 We had this line made especially for our workingmen J patrons Any of the grades will give perfect satisfaction in fact we guarantee it and when we guarantee we stand SiLby it So Mr Workingman s2 1yo take no clothes risk here tTry us it s f Carson Co fINCORPORATED HARTFORD KY 01 VICTOR HUGO o2966 A Combination of Denmark and Chief Blood a 3 old the a dle needs the barn tio and NO 2966 and want Hugo was sired by Choctaw Chief No 1C60 he by Bourbon Chief 970 he by Harrison Chief 1606 Victors first dam No 4264 by JLynn Boyd he by Tom Boyd he by Cabbella Lexington 3224 Now you who anything the Chief and Lynn Boyds know what have Choctaw Chief 1660 was sired by Bourbon 976 He sired more sensational show than any horse Kentucky These are cheap horses They are bred just as you see here You have seen Storm Clouds breeding We just purchased this horse last week the BluegrassVictor Hugo will l e a stable com panlon Storm Cloud who is mak ing the present James Bros livery barn Centertown DEXTER BEAN Centertown Ky l chard 4s ready burst oath in fuU bloom Raising our aspirations still higher and as we gaze up to the Hear only throne our silent prayer is We thank fftaee oil devise fathorjfor thyholyiblesslng and 3usavenly core Sunday Bdhool was organized at No 25 lest Sunday Jlev G W Gar don superintendent A large crowd attendedMiss Taylor spent Sunday with Miss Olive Gordon B05B Taylor spent Saturday night with Miss Audra Taylor Rev JP Itoylor te improving We ore expecting see bran out Sun day shortly tMHaa Ira Taylor tins returned home haYing been heaver dam for some time Rrotracted mooting will begin Cromwell Tuesday night Bliss Am Gardner of D iOl Dam was the gueat of Miss Ira Taylor ll9oudayattern011 ftfr lawrence Gary of Hartford vis ited this mother Mrs Sarelx tram Friday uotll Sunday the Upbuild to Sunday Schools Evangelistic cplportage aodi SUn- day stool walk Is the feane ueed gt pople eavejd put good relfgloua- Uterattire to the banjos and to stir up the people to the tact iiiat SUBH 1- t tJ Victor Hugo is seal browni16 hands years with all style and breeding sad horse We have two best stallions our in this part of Kentucky STORM CLOUD 3451 VICTOR HUGO Now If you want to breed to real sad diebred registered horses tine Individuals come and look our horses We you to see them Victor Venus 44 90 know of horses we Clilcf horses In no in of season at to Irene to to school at at Gary to of at at day school to the thing In tho fchurch 03 to dovtop thorn An van 1lst can acoompllsh great things If he baa the cooperation of the pastors Without this ft1IVery dtooouralngg to him An elist te eupposd to bave some gospej tforeabout MmHefmay have all the Mflro God him and without ooopratlon he dan not accomplish eo much We visited t Bells Run church JJost Saturdayi and found church and pastor working to 0 harmony Dont think I ever saw a more noble people they are pro gressingaicelystaked paetor it I might take ra collection for missions Under ono conddtloo you preach and then you 1lmay have the right of way Preached from Acts 18 and after sermon took a collection wh i resulted fan 3616 from lllasons 1l11LotlIS given pot 4 suasion to announce that I bad bi T bles testaments etc tar pale With the lasslstamce of the pester I dis posed of i29 wiprtih at books I stir very grateful to Biro Lash bWIevangelist Into their ohurchee aa this gives Wm encouragement in hte jvorlf- IVe wish Bro I jbtsrookai imigH movetntotRtCdunti for we areI1n iuqingerhira 7stAr T OAWMBR t r