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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c r r r J d J Ib JrItItxrtftn1 llqublican I I Fine Job Work c DEVOTED TQ TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year II vat 1L HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY APRIL i6 1909 No39I DONIsHoOTAfiAIN HARLIE Wailed WeS Smith as He Fell From Buggy Dead I Had Been Paying His Respects tQ Charlie Fulkersons Wife Fulkerson Exonerated Ohl Charlie dont shoot otne again you lave already lUedme These aoo thehst words uttered by Wes Smith of RoclGport this countyWed nes lay afternoon and lndieate his mon tat and pLyeial agony during the 1tmoments of Jde earthly existence Ho had twice received the contents ot Do 1noglebaNel shot gu in the- Bands of Clio191e Faulkerson and as l ulkerson eras uugaIr loading 2ls gun for him he gave out this lamentable wail it was all the result of Smiths attentlonto FulkersCns wite It te ports are corieec- tFulkerson aid Sarlth Were colabor laborors having worked together at the RockPOrt stave factory for the past few months Fulkereon had art Idea and a eanrecL one too according to current reports that Smith had been paying too mu attention to his Fulkereons wife He pretended ne was t91nghuntlng MId leaving home Wednesday morning went to the home of Warren Igleherat about halt nyay between Rockport ana Cernlvo There ii procured tI single barrel tot gun and returned home On iris wry bQ emptied the snot from the hails he A had and loaded them with bicycle Itnl1a On reaChing tome he found Smith sitting Irt n bUggy in front ot Me Fulkersons home and Immediately open tire lIe shot twioeeach time pausing long ezuougb to edoab and was la the act of tiring again when Smith uttered this pitifulwatt This did not prevent a third shot Mhi h was fired Into Smllhs body mJ he roll from the buggy lIo expired af most instantly On his body were found numerous letters from Fulker sons wife whlch counm Fulkerson in his bQHef Fulkerson fJed the spot going to his mothers two miles from Rockport 1ilereQe still romaine YesterdaY morning Iq J H Miles was notified ununoaaed a jury and held an lnque t Adler hearing the evidence the jury returned tt verdict exonerating Pul1tersolt from blame iFu1k6IEOOl was torn and reared near Rloclort and unfortunately rnsnl ways been of weak mentality Smtth came to RoeJEport a row moire ago from Spring LIck He was Q married man his wile nt the time of the tragedy having gone to her dormer home near Spring Lick Fulkerson has not been taken into custody and probably win not be ns he bns been exonerated from any- bktme for his acts HooverPirtle Mr Leslie D Hooyer of this place and Miss Mary Pirtle living just west t of town were married nt the home of tlibrido lust Sunday evening Rev Vlrgl Elgin saying the words that made them man and wife Mr Hoover Is a rising young business man of this place being a member of the firm of Hoover Bros restaurant and bottling woks people on Main street Hefs a young man of excellent qual- ltleshonest and deserving His bride is the handsome daughter of Mrs Della Plrlle and has a large CIrcle of friends and acquaintances who wish her and her husband a long and happy Ute Promotion for Hartford Boy Yesterdays CourlerJoumn1g1ve An ext lveaccount otthe annual met lug of the Board qfD1rMt pOf ilhe Columbia Trust Company Ja whWrh this following refef moo is made to t M Render a former Hartford rr It was announced yesterday that A Yr FOrd Who commenced with thoCompany about three years ago astreeiaurer will be made active Vice President while the office ottre nu- JIr will be conferred upon L M Render r r R6rider who has beeoo secretary of he corn reayfor many Years will aeeume charge Of I1tIT Fords office sin connection with his duties as se c- re4 cy the two f cershnvln Veen l combined snakhg Jr Renders offIell position that of secretnry and rytceaeurerrjMrRend6r WhO wiii as- x n sumr charge Of the office to be vacated by dir Ford Is a native Ken tucklan He mIle hero from Hartford about ten years ago to fill n clerical poSition with the Columbia Trust Co In a minor capacity he served tine company for two yeal6wwllenie wa- advanced to the office of secretary This wAS eight years ago and Mr Render haS bold tie office ever eence The handanhe Increase In salary which toes rnith the office lust com bined with the office tie has Mold so long is well deserved Stock Pledges Issued iIn accordance with the dlrecUOnJ ot the recent county union or the A S of E Live Stock pledges havo been formulated and malled to reC1 local secretory with whose name the county eecretary has been eupplled Tire live stock commIttee held adeeting Monday and zeodmmended toot the varIous locale bewled in extra see mOO Ito tonsldor the pledge unless theyOuld moot soon in regular see mono Each decal secretary was requested to onward the pledges to Onnlorrmnt s 14 Stevens Doover Dar as soon as they were signed with a statement as to the protxtble date whoa the pooletl9 would be ready for ship mont The pledge is as followa We the undersigned persons whos signatures appear below for and In- conelderntiou of thee benefits derived from cooperation in selling farm products hereby agree Md plods to the Ohio county Committee selected at n regular meeting or the County Union of the tsnorkun Sode ty of Equity for the purpose of handling the live stock of the unty all the live stock that We maY have for sale during the yeah 1909 and we hereby agree and blniW ourselves to deity or came to the person or persons and at tie plllOO said ffiHmlttee may name tand aJeeliing committee IstQMY6 CPmPlcte control of the solldng and ohnnk111ng of same FOR THE BUSY READER Kentucky tobacco growers are relying on Senator Bradley to see that Representative Stanleys amendment taking oft the Gcent tax on tobacco 1s not knocked cut or the lilll In the Senate r J Who AttorneY General has lnfortned ChIcago beet packers that the practice of overvaluing shipments of dTOffied meats for the purpose of claiming dN ages whom meat are Injured In trans port must Abe stopped President Qompers of the American Federation of Labor has armngod tot an important labor conference nt the White House when matters affecting the interests of organized labor will be discussed between President Tat and the members of Ahe executive council Of the American Federation or Labor For the sccond time In history the Nlag1I falls on mute L big Ice jam has clogged In the river and strong soutbdwest wind ban frozen it from bank to bank Phe jam has also cans ed damage to the extent of 1000000- to manufoitorles along its books on nccoUnt of the sudden rise of the vmter above the stoppage A definite settlement between the anthracite coal minors and theropora tom may ibe expected t1r1 lWeek Through the men have tailed to tocure the chief concessions SOUght there Is d disposition to maintain friendly rolattone WIth the mine owners and It Is believed that a adefInlte working agreement Is In sight ArtIcles of inoorporatlon wero flied at Frankfort Tuesday for a complete tractionsystem to connect Cinolnnati Louisville Lexington and Maynvitle- Tas road fs iaoorporatedat a1Q000 000 and tile prorrpters who are chief IT Oront county men say they Ave backlog of Easteta capital tobull4 the rand The proposed lIne will tap the rich white I3unloy tobccoistrJct of the State Il sevomI placeswhose there Is no railrOad of any 16crlp Lion Some 260 milsof track Is proposed to b built by the promoters Thanks for Jewel Case IDear RepublicanPleaoo allow me to express my tbinks to you for my nice jowei box which I received the bill I apreolate it Very much It Is beyondmy expsGtaUon and of that I mm proud to knOW the RoPubll can go beyond ones expecfatlon With- may thanks and wishes L- dm MY Trl Y Narrow Kyl 4- iiil 1 i PIANO IS HEREI F PHIOur popular Girl Contest Is growing In interest and the voting Is be coming lively Many of the contestants who seemed to be behind u few weeks are forging to the front and the piano is within the reach of anyone Of them It was received this week and Is now on exhibition In our office It Is one of tine most beautiful and substantial Instruments ev er brought to Hartford We Invite everyone to examine it Tietollowlng guarantee furnished by the Company Is also on exhibition muTH BARNES PNNO ooo ANY Factory and Office 971485 ihybourn Ave Chicago m rANUFAQFUREItS CERTlIFJOArrE AND WARRANTY rIhls Is to certify that Piano Forte No 95861 bearing our name was manufactured by us and Is fully warranted tor tre term of TEN YEARS FROM DATE For any defect In workmnnsh11matel1al or verformmace un der tall urnge during the nbove specified time we hold ourselves respon sible SMITH BARNES PlANO CO April 2 1909 F 41he following testimonials have been received from two of Hartords most prominent lady music teachers who furnisiued thOUI to us after Raving given the piano l sovoretest In nIl the movements I1arttoid Ky April 14 1909 Messrs Barnett Smith Proprietors of Hartford Republican GentlemenI gave examined We Pl1no which you lave received from Smith Barnes to be glvenr away In the Popular Girls Contest and can say that Its tone Is sweet and mellow and It has splendid action I rc- gan It a good Instrument MRS D ELLIS rFHO1IAS Hartford Ky Aprll 13 1909 Messrs Barnett Smith Proprietors or The Hartford Republican IGentlcmenI have examined the Smiths Barnes Plano which Is to Le given awaY In your Popular Girl Contest ucd find It to be a splendid Instrument with unusual sort mellow tone Respectfully MARY KEOWN We have heretofore tailed to publish a rule the omission of which was purely an oversight to tie effect that no contestant who has heretofore won a special prtez will be eligible for D second special prize The fairness of this rule will he understood by all we are Sure However tlll the votes turned In during tho special prize contest will be counted to the contest for the piano u OAK GROVE April 13Sunday school at this place Is progressing nicely Mrs Jim Galloway visited her par ents Mr and Mrs C F Doswell from Friday until Sunday Several at this place attended too quarterlY meetleg at Dundee Sunday Miss Lizzie Forman Is visiting her uncle Mr N 0 Doawcll at Frleda land this weekIMr Othn DAniel was the guest of his cousin MT John Mitchell Satur day and Sunday Mr and lIra Aloe Doswell and lit tle son Arnold were the guests of his parents Mr and tMga C F- Bosweil Sunday I1lr and 101Js T iL Loyd were the guests of Mr andMrs DobSlwkz Sundayflihe farmers have been verybusy with their arope titho rataaastn- tght stopped thorn for alWhile Miss Annie Mitchell ot Olatonwis lied her cOusins Misses Nllliewad- Estey Danlol Saturday night amLaa day i133 E P Foreman was the lOt of pier sister Mrs J W Daniolt3un diy aS Fitzhugh Dead ExJustice of the Peace Gr SFlu hugh of Dundee this county wentto Louisville last week accompanied by his nephew Dr J8 Fitzhugh of Island to be operated on for some liver trouble He was taken to the Ieaconess Hospital where ho was op erated on by a specialists but being unnble to withstand the shock he dIed Saturday His remains were brought home Sunday and buried in tIle J1ltz ugh burying ground Ioi= day 1frltzhugh was one of Ohio- countyrs best citizens and will be greatlymtssedIn his community ha HICKORY CHURCH April 14Mr Martin Porter visited his cousin dlr Charlie Porter Satur day night and Sunday Mrs Clara Miller visited Mrs J H Davis Tuesday afternoon Qirs U T Porter Is the guest of her mother Mrs Leonard Leach tills Bessie Jamngin was tile guost of Miss Josie Sorrels Tuesday afternoon Messrs AD Leach ando U T Por ter wore at Hartford Monday Messrs Bert Davis Leslie SmdefuT J H tiley Jim Sanoofur Blame and Alfred VeslerUeld attended the pro tracted otbeetlng ut Cromwell Sunday nIghtIBusses Annie Jnrnlgin and Mary Taylor visited Mrs J H ntv1SMrin day afternoon I iMrs Daubs Ranney and daughter Miss OHIO MtEliza Halley and Mlis fSophia RalleyflftJ U Railoy and MIss L were the guests lof Mr and Me J II Davis sun- day fMr Emmett Taylor was tile guest or his aunt Mm Dee Miller Satur day and Sunday- err end Mrs Leonard Leaoi were the guests of their daughter Mrs H SundayrIHIGHLAND zApril 14 Farmers are very busy In this community I The recent wInds blow down u great Ideal of fence Mr R VWefs who line been quite sick Is improving Mr and 31ns WUlDCllamyof near Narrows visited here Saturday and Sunday I 1 Mrs Cdlia Eii1uidlo Woo sustained I severe injuries by n fall Is still con fine Select school taught by Mts BO Keown to progressing nicely fined to her bed airs Fannie Royal of FordsvlUe visited relatives in this community Saturday and Sunday The Sunday school at Newton springs churdh Is progressing nicely Mr Dan Keown and wife of Hawes vlUe who have been visiting rrr J C Keown for the past week have returned home Rev Duncan of Fordsvme did not fill his appointment at Wesley Chapel Sunday Afr Bob Wells of Easton died Sat urday and was burled nt the Wells graveyard Sunday Several from here attended the burial or Mrs Frank Mutgahy last Sunday near Oaks Mlr and Mrs W T Keown and lira S O deown spent hats Sunday with Mrs G H Roberts Mr Chester Wade Deanrteld visit ed Mrs Jim Wells last week lVrs Fnnnie Moore and Mrs Bottle Wells of Owensboro are at the bed side of their sister 31rs Ida Eskridge who has bone very low of pneumonia Death of Richard M Walker RiChard M Walker an old undhlSh ly respected cltlezn of Hartford died yesterday morning about six oclock at his residence on Griffin street of pneumonia fever In his eightyfourth year Short funeral sonlces will be conducted at the residence this morn Ing at ten oclock by Rev Virgil El gin after which the enterJlent will take place In Oakwood cemetery Mr Walker Is survived by three children Mr WIllie Walker and Misa Luria Walker ot Lexington and Mrs Mat tie Carter of Hartford Mr Walker was prteeded across the river of death by his wife only a little over a year ago The family have the sympathy of the entire town Judge Evans Remands Cases Metsrs Heavrln Woodward attorneys for plaintiffs In the actions of Dr W p Westerfield and others against the steamboat Samuel received a lengthy opinion yesterday from Hon Walter Evans Judge U S Circuit Court remanding these case for trial by the State court Judge Evans olds that the U S Court Is without Jurisdiction As no appeal lies from ills decision the cases will be tried here and the clerk has sot them for the taird day of the May term Judge Evans opinion a leugthG one Is ordered to reported In teFed- eral Law Reporter Merediths odyFound The body or Wllllaan wredlth who was drowned at a point on Green river near Millers landing about two miles above Cromwell this county was found near that paint floating In the rIver by Mr Joe P Mlller last Sunday Meredith was drowned on March 4 while to company with hIs IbrotbJor and three or four other rottsmenJwho witnessed the accident Ho and tWo of his companions were attempting to secure some rafts of logs tn their charge and In going tram one raft to another their boot capsized In an eddy HIs companions esooPOd one of them swimming to the shove the other grasping sonic overhanging limbs was rescued but Meredith al though Q good swimmer was swamp ed by the high waves and drowned INANDA April 15Revs Brooks filled Ills regular appointment at M P church Saturday and Sunday Mr Ems Sandefur who has been attendIng school at Bowling Green has returned home Alr Leonard Lauds and family have moved to their new homes near San- defurs Crossing rrhe Atis Ir E met at11t Pleas ant school house Saturday night with a large attendance Mr lCourtklnd rraylor who Is attending Hartford College visited his parents Mr and The W T Taylor from Friday until Sunday Mr Herry Leach accompanied by friends left ltonday for Colorado The death Angel visited the home of Mr and Dirs F Parka Friday and took from them their darling lx be- 0tfissee Ethel and WlDnle Rains of Hartford College visited their home rom Fridayi until Sunday MhJ J F Deck and daughter MISs Damle of Hartford Acconitanied by Mise Matron Simpson or WyedvisI- ted relatives at this place rom F1ij day until Sunday 1 4 R BOARD OF EUU- GATIONMEETS Transacts Business of In terest Many People Hartford College Chosen County High School Prof H E Brown Added to Faculty The OhIo County Board of Educa tion met Jn the office of Superintend ents of Schools Monday April 12th 1909 with every member present The following business was transacted V D Dratchor was transferred from Subdlstrlct Xo 15 Schroeder educational division No 3 to subdls- trlct No 10 educational division No 3 Robert Cook was transferred from Flint Springs to Cave RIdge provided the number reported from Flint Springs Justifies the change Subdistrict No 4 fMiller and sub district No Ii Sourwood education al divisIon No2 were consolidated and J A Dellamy was directed to visit this consolidated district and arrange for one or two schools which ever In his JUdgment the Interests of the district demanded He WaS further directed to make any changes in the district boundaries thought necessary Subdistrlct No 2 educational divi sion No G Stony Point was abolish ed and J L Drown was directed to visit the district and dispose of the patrons in the adjoining districts Richard Plunamor was directed to enter Into a contract jointly with the representatives of the United Mine Workers of Taylor Mines for the con struction Of a school house and lodge ban nt Taylor Mines FDBaughn and W C Ashley were directed to go to subdistrict No 17 educational division Xo 4and adjust all differences The chairman of each educational division was directed to sell all prop erty not used for school purposes be longing to the board to the high est bidder at public auction The report submitted by J M De- Weose and W C Ashley the committee appointed to enter Into an agree ment with the Iartford Graded SChool relative to the estaablishrnent of a County HIgh school Jointly with the graded school was adopted Supt DoVicero was directed to employ H I Drown to teach In the high school at a sal ry not to exceed 7500 per month provided lie be acceptable to the board or trustees of tho Hartford Graded school The Board then adjourned to meet Dlray the 10th 1909 M H E to be Extended to Cloverport A Cloverportdispatch to the Owens boro Messenger snyst Is now un almost assured tact that the new Madl eonvlUe Hartford and Eastern railroad will come direct to Cloverport In the near future The ouglneers of the main lino have been getting the grades near tile old short line road where It would come Into Clover port Tire tightofway has been secured all along the proposed line even the old roadbed or ten miles out to Victoria has been secured leav Ing only about twelve miles of new road to be built froua Victoria to the branch road where It comes Into the FordsvUle branch The new Toad runs through the best coal field In the state and Cloverport Is the nearest river point and has a deep water harbor and Is well situated for the barging of the coal for the south whlcbi Is to be ton chief market lily the Madisonvllle Hartford and Eastern railroad coming direct It stnikes the main line here making direct connection for all points giving the public a shorter route Instead Of a round about way up the branch 10 Irvington then down the maim line to Cloverport Question Bureau of A S of E I Vny Is It that rice soils us hIgh ns It does here after selling nt 2cts alb in Texas 2 Isnt there some plan If adopted to prevent rUppen and his followers from controlling the wheat question this season or nextyeart EP SANDEFUR Beaver Dam Ky R 3 Box 17 rt a Yh l CLEVER TRICKS OF FAKIRS Schemes Used by India- Snake Charmers While Handling Deadly Cobras Which Generally Have Fangs Removed flheman contention of the snake charmer whetfter ho be East Ind- soa Yankee la boat le Is absolutely immune from the bites of tho mOi poisonous snake and the manner f cowhichby a cobra or adder never tails to im press tot only too native but moo the white man unacpualntcd witi tho j tricks of ttose humbugs For mum thO really or although it must tibointeresting and fascinating eatertaln tiwentAs a matter of taut snake C almost without exception play with snakes whoso fangs and poison ous glands fcovo been removed or nonvonomoua reptiles which they usej oft as dangerous varieties And when ttey have attempted to charm snakes without removing tee poison their exhibition has invariably come to a tragic end in spite of their skill and dexterity In handling na the supposed magical antidotes whicais they carry with them Often this is simply a piece of tree root for which great medical Qualities are claimed whoa nplled to the wound Some astonishing and inexplicable brought about by what is known as the snake atone This la about the size of a toncent piece dark in col or and is said to be taken from the palate of a snakes mouth alhtough only one snake in a thousand bas it J When wetted and npplledtoawoun it appears to have sumo suctlonal pro porty by whlchi it takes a firm holdIof the skin and its removal some force it is said to draw the poison out of tho Wound almost in stantaneously inhere ore really two kinds of East Indian snake charmers viz the jug filers who profess to hypnotize snakes by the musical pipe and other means and make them perform all sorts of tricks while in that condition and the processional snake finder who guarantees to rid a ihouse of arty iop tlles with which It may 1 e Infested Tie snake finder works by smell as well as by music or at least educated sense of smell wfclcli enwblte him to discover the proximity of ocmccalod snakes which Is simply another piece of bluff for the arrangement made by the snake finder easily permit of trickery Vtoen a native In India thinks there are snakes in ils bouse he sends for s too charmer to remove thorn He arrives with cnasslstant a crowd of natives and the show begins Tfoo audience is ranged in a semicircle round the entrance to the dwelling and within the ring too two perfor mere move slowly about playing their primitive pipes WIt the object of luring the snake from its concealment TAen one of the two men will enter tho house cautiously veer this way and that wells the onlookers watch carefull for tho capture Darting in to a dark corner he will make a grab and amid the cries of the delighted audience omerge with a fine cobra held tightly by tire neck A clove examination cf the snakes mouth however would reveal the fact that It was quite harmless The anal is in fact a pet animal carefully con coaled In the first Instance In the loose folds of the clothing of the cha ba mor and is smartly produced at the psychological moment Tie house owner Is however thorII ougMy satisfied that Lls house Is rid of the scourge pays tile enako charmer his feesnnd the latter then makes at off In search of fresh fields and pas turo3 new Tho BodRock of Success lies In a keen clear brain backed by indomitable will and resistless energy Such1 power comes from the splendid health that Dr Kings New Life P1llsfl inpart They vitalize every organ and it build up brain nnd body J A Harfmon Llzemore W Va writes They are tho best pills I over used 25o at all druggist mt The flOurt receding further and further everym day from leadership upon which his fructiferous newspaper and his Chautauqua lecture tours depend for their opulence Ttla tariff discussion j In Congress Is playing Pro very duce with lila control cf even Mio timid 11 hinds who for EO long have been bel Jewing Bryan In obenlence to the pre vailing superstition at home and to it the counsels of their own Ignorance and Irresponrlbility but the preclpl for j i IoJiJW titlJt4 r T 4I uIffi fatten of the tariff controversy faae changed may things There watt not reason u the o1dtarIU Vhjr they not play the fool to t6 hearts icontent jjJTheir Actual i tereats were a MMU though t bagatc9tn j system is to be treconstnicted and t schedules readjusted some of tie Interests snag bo imperiled iwfco knows Away then with the ummea lug raptures qver Bryan and let get to business I So the home folks here and there sent out a frugal and bard fisted admonition send leave and there we see ofd time Bryan fugle men returning to their COVers and definitely Ignoring the Peerless 1Itwas very will In 1907 to dally wi the Nebraska prophet and to ptnclal this oavecfly commission Tae long woodnuld be thrilled and tamed by no other message His name extorted a shriek from every audience and v quence rose early to that tune ho ored bait Now there is no time to these thrice told tales Tho lt l thGeorgiaght wad in Peansyivanlaso business anewa d common cause The ferment has just begun to work and is is unlikely now to be arrestedi Tie final result may be tho o1lminaI lion Houston and Galveston mountebanks from the equation ofI the peoples reestabllsaed sanity Tho soothing spray of Elys Liquid deam Balm used in an atomizer an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them dos tribe it as a Godsend and no won der Tho thick foul discharge la rids lodged and tho patient breathes troetyI perhaps for the first time in weekb Liquid Cream Balm contains mil tJleI healing purifying elements of the solid form and it never falls to arils fy Sold by all druggists for 7Sc Including spraying tube ormalted b Bros street Newl budDANGER IN FOREST FIRES I Loss of Timber Increases the Possibility of Floods and Was tes the Supply of Water When we destroy or allow fires destroy the forest on land which ISo sultedonly to grow forest ire do mro damage than destroying trees lain forests and most great to are in tire mountains conserve th streams As the mountain are destroyed we have worse floodsl1 and more of them and there is less water in the streams during the foWhen tJcstsoaks into the layer of rotten as and wood with which ground in forest is covered it gradually na steadily passes through this layer that great etorago reservoir mostly of rock far below the surface from which all living streams a fed 1lutsun and the wind dry up and scatter thy layer formed of leaves and and fallen trees and it disappears I tlmorefalls on the bare ground which Is le slIssurface very much as It does oft the Is asp a1t pavement It fills the streams so full that that tlsuItmoney But tile misuse of the forest its effect upon the stream farther still- Irrigation is an expensive buslnellSk Ube start because tho water often requires great and costly reservoirs and dams Foil this reason allthe Government Is spending more than ten million dollars a year in the cong structlon of great irrigation works When they are completed the water they store will Irrigate enough land to ed many millions of people Its will teed them only so lang nd thon are preserved at the head waters of the streams on wltlohj thed reservoirs depend and no longer Qf forest oa the headwaters of the6ec streams were gone not holy would the water overflow the reservoirs In ood and be wasted but it would toflof the dry sensor whom it is DeededSI Frightful Fate Averted I would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Dosberry Kelllheo hia inn without jBucklenu Arnica ly Salve which soon cured me In fallible for wounds cuts and bruises soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Bolls Skin Eruptions Worlds best Piles X25o at all druggist mr uA Ii y N- g iI FtiiJHt 1 PARRISH APPAER DIr Than Immediately Aft heSentence Was Passed 1 GentsU errHasa Jail Cell tlHawesvllle Ky April 10J 1 mblledaomesvnrfrom the despondoncyi following Ids conviction and has maintained an npearance ttparativo cheerfulness the dayJI still looks saenew dnfnrrleast resignation J bisncell is clfomopn by his Hanveavlll Cflensth t conforenco is unknown but il isprobablyappeal to the Court of Appeals 1 f- HawesvlKe after two weeks unusual activity lias settled do the even tenor of its way c and there is little to indicate todajyv fiat the president of what Wits one the largest banks in Kentucky b so recenitlx been omvicted in t Hancock county court house and is now confined in the Hancock county JalL v latter Phillips has made tils Tris Doer as thoroughly comfortable as man can be In jail His cell is In a room It is large iwelMighited has little apearance ofa jail cell except that there are bare across the windows There are other prisoners in the Jallanid Pa 2reYe floor of the ilding The presence of the jail Is on the second floor a p But Some Girls Dont get Marriedasmicro la one thug that really doos vex poor little Cupid He fcotes to see BO many ginls in the world unmarried It isnt right be grunts Every woman ought to alt at thelread of her husbands table and it he had his own way the woman who mllght marts and wont would be exported to an island in the fan Pacific wtare women mr8re sympa trestslie never c1r11dsten are vat and mothers is appalling Cupid and d rYWinquiries te has mused to be Itt teensa ereatudeve at0nd Adman comes rouse rakws up oarsroy Rae alser was expelled from school or Browns sister msssShe rets for men the fact if it were you qg ftthShe will Just at the time when hen feeling very sentimentally saryou er e day you got late such an awful IIsigeesreally know she could over be tempted to a cat or get naughty temper- A meddlesome mother does more to prevent a girls getting married than the other foes of Cupid put to Plague on her says Cupid The Inspiration of Purpose Purpose gives new meaning to life OtIs living tar something It is the assertion of our kingship overcon our mastery over self our glory in fighting for the right nt range and fighting to the end Purpose makes man a crusader glory- Ing in his effort to attain the cross some high ideal where the in and glow of tile struggle are greater than them ere crown ot vie toy Purpose makes mart his own seC and creator nnd by it he can make n himself what he will He chef own realm ho can Jive oont in tho mud of low desires JUte a llazrd or sweep boldly lilgn latlepure bracing air of noble Ideate dike h- an eagle rightfully claiming the mountl tarn tops as Its own Purpose tress forms tho commonplaces of lifeliit tI of rBtren9th M tfeemiBd to sliest obstacle and to gibe mounted by them as a herdy Bwimnwr gtorlM In the battle ourrnoDe poheeorMion hying at our lest m 1 roeserors thftn salt All true purpose snuet- the In ultimate analysis be unselfish It can never find its finality in mere omdPurpose at its best must too above and beyond us like the polar stai Us guides and Inspires the compass thee mariner The world needs ma than talent genius wealth or power ecrateBn snakeEYreal Who taco each pays sunset with Jarthosoarouad9fs era torlta groat work looming up large before us ouratthnnh0ne havehnot belong to us anyway It ia our andTostwvc alone Circle Magazine for April socLoyalty aeLoyalty is the blessed thing that lifts rah above the petty concern of personal interest sari keep t him Btancb end true to every cause that makes for a nobler and higher pur poseIt was loyalty to high ideals that made the ancient Romans tuitymell for doos not Macaulay say nhen none was for the party naTheo all were for the state rThen the great man helped the poor And the poor man loved too great Then lands were fairly portioned erQhe spoils wore fairly sold The Romans were like brothers da the brave days of old Loyalty is the secret of unity With loyalty the A Sof E will die elf the other organizations of far more died None of them were built on as solid a foundation as Is the A S of E but they iwould have survived longer but for disloyalty Disloyalty follows discontent Dts content follows double dvaling Rations of socalled loaders in industrial movements The ancient had a story of a man ho stood twisting a rope of hay and fie twisted on suffering an ass to eat up all that was1 finished We of thb A B of E wilt be likeIthat man It iwe allow those us to expropriate the results of our efforts for their dwtm aggrandlzomont rrhe A S of E is made up of farm ers who for decades allowed others to filch the first fruits of their labor ill it Ibe any wander If they became discontented andiddsjoyaj If the A S of E allows others to filch the first frullta of its labor IaJl71JMngbut to a and we should not expect men to be loyal to any Institution that Is not wisely and courageously jnoonedd Men In the guise of A S of E alders have done what line been very Injurious to the A S of E They have benefited themselves at the ex pense of the A S of E Succos in dal this bath made taem maid to theextent that they think theyre big ger thaw tie A S of E The A SoGE will merit and have e loyalty of Its rank and tfila when It takes aotloa that will stop schemers sIJfublllXO flFactsThomas Jay fins been arrested in for theft In other words Jay has been pulled in for arobbhu marryuIngevery woman possesses her power to os fasten lgct men A western paper reporting a railway accident says that there were twenty persons snare or less fatally injured To We hope they were fleas fotallyr Injured than more Among the passengers WhO arrived n a recent steamer was a Air Hontz lsterskit He Is said to be a Pole bu from the jagged appearance of ramie we should take him to be as tlTranscript tlMratorial conflict with one lowing cup nut it is forecast that too will even up mblslemon Plttsburg Dispatch iDJustGetting Back at Him on exPresideaItuosevelC halegramsWhite House What are the fools writing about Rhlladelphia Record ti i 5 0 1 SETH RILEYIiBfNISV BLAIR sHARTFOQP t S 1tlb f RILEY BLAIR Proprietor Y fj C B Bldg HSRTFORD KY and Cleaning done in latest ellverie Wall Paper q Artistic Wall Paper selected with a view to its harmonious effect will contribute more to the cheerfulness and beauty of your home than all elseI q ALFRED PEATS PRIZE perfectionofthe widest range of choice in pattern andprice q Samples submittedand estimates furnished upon request W D 3LTJOE3 PAINTING AND DECORATING Ito Main Street Hartford Ky INDIGESTION IS ENDEDFOREVERI AH Stomach Misery Five Minutes Later Your Favorite Foods 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bAbsoluteMisery Ja waiting tor you as soon as you deride to begin taking Dlapopsln ll your druggist lint you want Pa pea Dlapopsln because you want to bo thoroughly rural of Indigestion Ttre perroshe may not suggest it her tIOlVerUme hexSTo give her real opinion of some the little says of her boat yours Love Is not blind so much as it ears bllndera knowingly i To throw a ball with wager against a crooked line to her bank balance being O K domesisppy homes are dependent oni worse pacity to endure the daily ferlndand j monotony tt To confess she to mot wild about q F r babies If she hasnt them the world cries Sour grapes If she fias Un natural heartless wretch To openly defy fashion Mpet women could more qultdy scare up none I ago to face a mouse under the bed than to wear a fiveyard plaited skirt drSTo tell the year she come outbe fore condescending debutantes To impart to a doting mother what poIledtWhen her dearest man friend expects to rave over his fiancee to give her real views to the ultra orthodoxy f To be frank to guests In her own rear l1 ivt tr1lntat times Optimism An optimist has been likened unto a tea kettto which whistles loudest when it ia In hot water up to rite neck The country will be a little better prepared to be optimistic whenever andrway People will 1 k have a chamco to follow in peace oooupatlons fort of politicians and privileged in terests to legislate prosperity into ex- Istence if Another Kind of Pool There is a movement on foot fos un1onotYou rgigantic beensln the different counties1 in which htbytake it at the schedule rate toutIn the agToement These r tea arelmade scaling with reference to lanes and are slid to toe a illsItlal reduction from the rates effect by the Bowling Green andjBvansvllle Transportationl Qom pumy j he prime movers in the 1 jwellall prominent Equity men The plan 11 shippersAaligation to ship freight at thepubhailed rates and then submit tl1eito such transportation corn forglJ each side T- It Is not the purpose particularly to Y tobask iport iIlto eater Into contract80lfar as the members might be 11111Ji9II d pogeibleadon i shiparstoe a eentontTabacoorTldiugs I Jf fORTUNE INM N EY ANDJEW LRY Found Under Hearth of Kent ckyHouse Recalls Guerailla Times When the Farmers in Their ter rot Hid Their Money irzi dtsoVe17 of money and jewelry valued at 30000 ca more tenatt I a large stone learns w a ddlapfdated old 1et denee on the farm of H S Hen y near Paint Lick lot Glrrnro County hes rovived many Mi i111n stories of the G1orrlllil period tmm- dlately subsequent to the civil Wlr Other rlch finds that have bee made from time to time etnee i uncertain days have boon brought to the minds ottho older CItizens man r of rwho6n tad personal experience- with the various ifenil1n bandswhfo- sp tom throughout Central Kn tacky rruenbtCdr 3ltller brotcCIS or lotwino t eoentlytfold their piosaessio n toeToliu iW Gatgs for a sum re tlite to have been 1000000 were TO LTO4 at Omb O hard a 1cwmllos southeast of DI1nvUle and their out set oatava roadtow was brougtt about by a 1ch made Jy their father 1ieneath an old huth in c ieeidenoe ghtoh is still staIJdlng three mites east of Crab Orchard ol the hilt Vorrilori road In those days Goorge MI1Ier fatsocr of the m1Btonairo UJer brothers was B poor liucklater In repairing tin e hrastTi in tlie old residence Which had been Inherited by iMs wIfe drown Iher father Jckoot1 Fish btiller founk- tsniatt kettle containing 8000 Thd supposition is toot Ito money had been placed there by Fish about the close of the war and ieaving died bofor- quiet had boon restored the secret was never divulged rphut was In 1876 and gave MUlel a start in the world other lMge nmollIita htive been discovered tram time Ito time burlecb In varloue pk about artlne homes While a JatJ6 percentage of those Rho burled their treasures lived to reolatni teem still many were either killed by the robber or died wlthbut making known their secrets It Is said that practically every rain l1y of wealth burled their honey and jewelry When Frank and Jessie James made their wild Wish through Kentucky spreading terrioI and boodIshcd When 1 the Bank or ColwnblnIWWJ robbed and tho Cashier killed exeitomont nm0so intense thqt most of those who had mOlDey In the banks through this section wit k1Tw it and sought out Qj secret skiing placo tor It At ono time the sail of Central Ken tuck held within Its bosom millions o dollars in gold and silver and mirth of It still remains undiscovered Preceding the mad ralcL or the James brothors and their lxtmd One m1ed Sean Derry w o had been n lIOOIdest schoolteacher at PorryvUle In this county bpcnme onraged over what ho thought wpe brutal deeds ocnnMt tOOl by Federal soidAem following tile famous battle or Peiryville quit his school and establtshekt headquartersi et- Blootnffoldt Nelson flaunty w rte le orglntzed one of tNe most dd spomto- bamisof robbing guerrlllas that ever tnwoiseJentucky sou Shortly attar entering upon lIds new vocation he made a r04don his adopted town D- lPoriyvIUe and tcnrorlzedFed ra slan- pathfzera and mien who he fancied wore his personal enemies Dashing lllto the quiet little village yelling Stm tl In line Berry and 12 of his men forced 126 sta1wartmen to stand ire Mlle wbdlo the pocketS Were rifeld Old Man Lawson aefu edl to follow wit and was shot to pieces on thetroot fIhe band was soaking Rlohatd Lester esepeclally He Was a etrongi lFedF eml symptthdzer and 11ad requentiy- denouaood the OneArmed He xhs In Wallace Greens drugStore and- forty I Suspecting his preoenoo there rode Into the store Losteli jumped I out or a hack wlndowlandinglaChnyy- Un River and swimming to the op pooho shore made his escape Wallaoe Green stud runs tli1a store In theme building nand gdchard Lester reeldee B Ifhart distance front Perryvillee being a highly mspec od subatantialfanner Froth theme Berry went to Hustonvllle where eeveml men were killed die contlnu don due Vile career through Kentucky and Indlaas into nUnMds wiere Le Was captut and plfsced it the Federal prison dt Jeldet- He was wed to a etakeand a sknalk- sbreaan bt cad water wtls ddduetddl to tall oonstantly oat h1ehed it41 death rune His trunlt is still in the seeekaof Jobn J Vandeipe of Pei t tVIM witlyqwhf dither the famOus guerrilla boarded While ln obarge qt the village school- le was loaded it Sltalpertowrifa 4 Rry rcer county and Ltd hiH aim gr0- off t hi ackWr mill Iiorttendedfcr j in xkton Ky end was a class mate ott1ie tito W CP Brecltinrfd and Jusigtl R J J3reckidrtol o o- IJOW lives to Danville During the rnldliJmado iby Berry tol lDWedby Talds oveih more desperate by oontetnpoariee Sue lOOd y and Quuutrell to people of Cent Kentucky mot only seCTetsdl bee wenlbh but themsel es lIB well- These frequent aide are rospondb1 for the numerous dlBOOvecleSot anon eyhIld jaweky under did buiidln- occupied by wealthy people d1urlngal times The dlsooverY made larl by HS Hensley on to farm owl by Nathan Boss during and lmnan 1cbtelYffollowing the war Is ono on record Ross tIS very nob man and like many otherS had doubtless drown his money r the bank upon learning or the raid placed itbencatir Uho hearth In the gravegbo I never divulged the secret hldingp1ace of his fortune to his children wo 1we e quite young at the time AH S Hensley woo now myna the term Is a nctdvo or Jiarlaa wunty near the TenztosseeKtmtucky bard dogshI 2250Q tn United Statogaolrr nods hh ahe hlxurth de the Ilona home tfLe house had not been occupied for 10 years Its amp Notch Doer Great deeds compel regaM flhe WhytheDr Kings New DlscovEiry the King of Throat and Lung remedies Every atom Is a heal force It kAlls germs and colds and 1e grippe vanish II heals coughracked membranes an coughing stops Sore inflamed bran chinl tubes and lungs are cured an hemorrhages cease Dr Geo More mae of lung trouble pronounoxd hopoless by all doctors 60e 100 Trial hot tIe free Guaranteed by all drug meA Great Wrong is Being Done IAnother thing rae ought to dosto this scheme of making Tariti sehedu Reycent treaties of a commercial nature twve proved utterly Indefensible Take that agreement with Germany In Its administrative factures at least Im menses harm has been done to Amerla interests Made In Gennany is n Placard that Is must with everylaere It would not be so oommoIII wero It loot for Vito tact that German goods rInoIudOO In the treaty are coming InI at a small Tariff valuation AnnuallYI the Govermnent Is cheated many millions of dollars becaustf of undervaluations The German man ufacturor practically decides the duty on his goods Tilt are handdediIn- this country tlarough Gorman ageLIGeNl12111Y is pulsed to It to herf surplus She line gone manufacturing mad She swamps 1 igland because there is no duty there upon her goods She has 6C1lt her waresher paying small wages In comparison to those paid here and Ibecat a she Is permitted to ba very dew valuation for export purposos Not only Is theIIUnited States treasury made to suffer through the low duties collected but the Al1l1erfcan employee sufferers through the lnvaskxn or the American market I very great wrong Is being done and the neW OODgTe will be expected to night tPcthuielphia In qulror An Overall Shower A surprise party for Howard Long fireman on the Scicuton Flyer Ivast given last evening at his donne onI Gmtid bovenue South Allonthwin Atr tor returning tram Us days works his friends took him cOIIUpletely by surprise and greeted him Lthan over aU shower L1r Long received 27 i pair of ovemttsCa Bounced Without Honor Columbus Ohio Aprlol8Adjutant General Charles C Weybro today Issued an order dlschargtng without honor Prlvtite Frank E DuvnN- of Battery If Toledo This Js the eon kence passed upon billion by a Court martial upon mvlctfonotaor larceny INot a Railroad A troop or surveyors with jack stidts find oompas have been pared big around over bur county andsev era of our watchful ielUzens Rico are- salways looking far a stgl mistook thQDi for a rtlfltondtnltweyl cig party and thought the Sw ntttntctlon fine was right ore us but hve are wry to have to dlslllusimi ahem m party ie some kind ofS gQermnenteur Vey party and are working for Uncle Sam What they really do facto than take levels we cannot tell rrhe par y fe composed u1 tJ B KendaU- Waahuagt4h D CS R Amber dado R d Gaylord Conn J W- Mathewson ohio G LfmJthOonn GreelIUerltepuU n J I f WANTS TRIM r Pi OF ANDERSON S Livermore Makes Bid Irfor It If Change Could be Made The re It Would be Incovenient Officersed ofIt the prosecution against T Anderson its taken to McLean county on a change or venue Llvernl insteadsCalhoun the county scat The f lowing Item with rtefernece to top appears In the Livermore rem Wo believe that the seloctba McJean county would be a wise ono for wo have explicit confidence In our people and believe that a jury select red from our county would reDder fair verdict to both the nCCUscd ax the commonwealth 3If Judge IIirkhoad tranaferre- n case to McLean county we male bid for the trial to be held tt Live more knowing It would be the most convenient place for It will Uo recalled that Calhoun has nq courthouse SMh J D IWhltaker offers the free Use of his building for the trial Should the case cools to our cltyand is iCer theIcourt oticiala and witnesses ICrom Ow dayItgclnstInt3gestwould be tor all parties If Judge Dirk head should see fit to transfer Icase to Livermore for trial An Judge Dirkhcad will vacate t bench In the case and a special jut appointed to try Itthe special jud will grant tile oImngo of venue a chatgo of venue has been ord doubtfp1 which Is not the county seat oven It could legally be done as It woul be Inconvenient for the county office Howovoroo JUoro wnvenlcnt place toI Owensboro than Livermore could selected Calhoun has no courthouse but the county officers rcslde then and If the case goes to MoLean itwi go to Calhoun EDlTOLIAL NQTEOhio county not In the race for the case but If It should be transferred here he will get justice and be tried In courtI houseMoney It c Comes In Bunches to A A Ohlsholm of Treadwell N Y now Hfa reason Is woll worthI reading For B long time I sufferIfrom Indigestion torpid lIver patlon nervousness and general d- bllity he writes I couldnt slee had no appetite nor nmbltlon gro weaker every day In spite of all coed- cal treatment Then I used ElectricI BItters Pwelvo bottles a oldtlmo health and vigor NoW Lan attend to business every do Its nrondorfulJ medicine Infallible for Stomach Liver Kidney Dloo and Nerves GOo at all druggist m Kindness but Firmness The hand said kindly on the non Assoefatlon growers shoulder tit look oC true interestUhese shah the spirit of the wise A S of E worker Even the nonAssociation gtvwe man dull enough to not see who s best for himself and nelghlbors11 be std very dun as not rte see In which you U Your A S of E work Your spirit stouid show In your cyc- n 1 your voice In your smile dq your oheerfulntrslr In your every movoment DoIllt Shout at the man you 1W1attto convert Iont bald Invectives nt him or YGuU only increase his stubborn noes But it attar being kind and pa fleet with him If after booting pa I fleetly tile Injustice tits actions Uo you let your wends be actions that will bring the wlooom of the A S o- Es 1 plums tome to him that w111tm- prsr s him in a wny that heD fool Jt enough or he burley growers will not piny your game with you It bbls year we cant get as many as 60 per cent of the growers to sign a pooliDlg agreement join thorn m playing the a- loslmog game theyre bent on- J3ecome a bumpoMrop moat your elves and alma them that While you can be sad wtah to be lriatp that you can bee firm the thing to do ti thlngthut must bo done If all impotratlom and orgu wont lall As to show thamtonl aft blindedd by selflshaees shah 1th0 er simply wont lbo allmved to snake youI scapegoats longer It you let them do 1ttlhi41 year T theylll dolt on B large scale next year andever yeas We told flint It would be 1rIJICJ8tW1Eo w tai the A SOfE tph coo g wom iy t xa t the burley belt to cut out tM 1003 pool as they cut out the 13- 0Acropit more than onehcl ot thE burley growers sefuso to sign up The cutting outeof the 1908 crop Wal a wise courageous thing and cons very beneficial DB wise cn CO1rc1go ous things always ore but It was irk so beneficial D6 the cuttIng out of the 1909 pool under the clrcdmstaneesand for the purpose mentioned above You were rewarded In so doing by a splendid victory over your enemy the Tobacco Tnlst and your reward would be greater in winning a victory over those enemies those enemies meaner than the Trust make this matter up and diacuss U In your xail Union Weigh tO ques thatSn the dull the Indifferent boo selfish lIxmeorro 1sull to great benefits for them If sadfigofFor Sale Several hundred acres of good farm lug loads known as the J F CoDIns tondI pike Harttheandaa now M H E depot site For prices and term apply to W H or B B ColllnsHart ord Ky 22U n BERRY SIMPSON GIVES HIMSELF UNTO CUSTODY Charged With Murder as Result of Riot last Christmas Comes ittoHelp His Sons theNewlrart Ky April GDerlY Simp aehad1esurrenBreto day KonaIextcormost feared of nIl men In Southern eaalyewalking 11streets alone novel tearing arrest came tic give myself up to arva- 1s my two sons under arrest In Coving ton said Slmpson- Simpsons lots Me charged will violating a Federal restraining airier a entering on the grounds of ice tetras Mining Company ot Stearns Thoywere arrested CirltmM eve People would sty Well wuY- doesnt DeITY Simpson come In tutnl and give up Until too does Its i 110 to go lanai with ills sons Tat Is why I have come mid Simpson threepbktckllooks tils rellowman In tke eye and noter flinches suyrey adnrn shove bands Simpson Is wanted on bho curgc of awing entered into a mnspimcy to kill Deputy United States bitutsIfal- o George Mullin In the s aotirg which occurred nt Steams Ctrrltnms day I was in Oneida Tenn seventeen miles from Steams wyen trat 11Dl- Jlencel said Simpson No fair minded jury or twelve men in thee Unites States would convict No IOn flit CLargeOndy once wos I lit danger he paid I had tied my bout tO file shore Dn the bank of the fork of Now River Suddenly I heard a twig snap Look leg up I could see the forms of Co crowd of men In outline against the sky not fifty feet away I slipped tOugh the bushes and into my boot watched them light matches along the bank to we whore I hut gone The next day I read of42e txlaoh In the papers Mrs Edith Willis Dead bits Edith WIllis widow of the lateI James Wlllls died of diseases Incident to old ago Friday night Ilt theI home of far son Mr Felix Willis Haynesvllle Ohio county following short Illness She was ono of tie best known women of Ohio county fife was ninetyfour yehrs of age last January She cons a daughter of Jack Haynes of Fordsvllle one ot the pioneer merchants of that section Sho was the mother of the late Dr- Ilaloof Owenboro and grandmoth of airs Js A Dean of the same city Besides her son Felix W1ll13 the following daughters survive Mrs SJott Irs Will Lyon and Mrs JordonFaynes or Ohio county services her remains ere interred fu Haynes burying grounds Sunday f e i29YEARS I Of Honest Business Reputation is Back of Every bIo MONt1MENT E SOLD BY US- liEO bit MISCIIEL SONS E PROPRIETORS = Owesnboro Monumental Works E 4fi 412414 U Mein St Yards 14216218 Clay St bIo = OWENSBORO KENTUCKY 4i 4l Got Our Price and WoGuarantoe to Save You Mono on All Good Honest Work +++++10+++++ 111 4 ++++++ f+ + iTHE KENTUCKY i Light and Power Co INCORPORATEDY t WILL WIRE YOUR J1OUSE RT GOSTa i CLEANi+ ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD t BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN i REACH i- EI G BARRASS Manager I t i+4I4+ U ++ + 4 + ++++01 ++ 1+++14++114 t+++++ II fl 110 + WANTEDA RIDER AGENTand districtexhibit t a ueIWeahptoallow TI DAYS IrIiEE TRIAL duringwhich time you may ride the bicycle and IIkeepWe urnah the higheat mile bitYclea Ills possible to make 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Messenger 1751 THE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 176 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 1361- yIIE REIUBL CAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 100 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Y Hartford Republican Eotr d according to law at the Pottptfl partton Kj M mall matter of the second eta C M BARNETT EDITOR f I rl =p3otrEe dwrssbrlaraQ O- RouCh 17r 12 FRIDAY APRIL 16 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative W S Dean Fo Circuit ClerkE O Barross For County JudgeR R Wedding For County ClerkW S Tlnsloy For County AttorneyC E Smith j For Sheriff T H Black For AssessorBernard Felix For School SuptHenry Leach For Jailer W P Mldklff For Surveyor C S Moxley For CoronerDan W King FOR MAGISTRATE 1 Hartford DistrictD S Chamber lln 2 Beaver Dam District 0 E Scott 3 Rockport District John H Miles 4 Centertown District J C Jack conG Roslne District M C Cook C Sulphur Springs District J M Graham 7 Fordsvllle DistrictC V Miles 8 Bartlett District Xo nominee The ideal Republic will be achiev ed when everybody can govern and nobody will be governed failWhen the mighty they some times fall very low Witness exPresl dent Castro of Venezuela When tte Republican lumber pile was torn down It was found to con tain a large number of Democrats It is almost time for the ice man to explain that last winters crop was very short and in fact a failure Be careful of the man woo compliments you extravagantly lIe may be puffing you up with a view of cutting you open A great many Tariff speeches have been made In te House of Represen tatives lately which attracted very little attention Crazy Snake the Indian chief who has given the Oklahoma authorities s much trouble recently will likely go on the stage as a theatrical star President Dlnz of Mexico like Pres Ident Roosevelt said ho wouldnt but unlike President Roosevelt he has weakened and now announces that he will The Democratic minority In Congreg Is much puzzlod to know In what man nor tie tall may be enabled to wag the dog occasionally It Is an old problem Whoa the roll was called up ponder a large crop of protection Demo orals emerged from the South and had their votes recorded along with the Republicans 1 It looks as tougi Missouri had cone Into te Republican column to stay I cet week St Louis gave a majority of about 10000 for tic Republican city ticket If Jildes go on Ube free list tte farmer will get from 3 to f8 less fan the head for cattle and mny possibly be able to buy his sioes at two cents Jess on the pair The sugar trust seems to have been able to hold out Its sweetness to members of Congress In the same old way and Its sweetness Wits not wasted on the desert air either Chicago sent a petition to Congress containing 250000 names protesting against the Increase of duty on hos iery Chicago not only wears stock Ings but It Is told they ore of unu sual size The empty treasury Is an InherI- tance from the late Democratic State administration aided iby the late Democratic Legislature which was the most extravagant In all the history of Kentucky Governor HugLes seems to have lost his hold on the Republican par ty In NeV York to some extent He met with his first defeat recently when the Legislature turned down his primary election law A bill has been Introduced to place Congressmens salary back to 5000 instead of 7500 This bill will hard ly over reach a vote but will be al lowed to sleep the sleep that knows no awakening In a committee room pjgoon hole tIs said tot AttorneyCeeneral k0 I t rUioJ J IT Oj J 1Yf ysb Wlckertfcam once received a fee of 200090 We presume hiss senvlcee were pecured by the United States as- a Cabinet officer by reason of the foot that the sally had been increa s odto 12bOQ per yew Tho American Society of Equity Is on a boom all over the cc mtry and Ohio county is not going to be behind Goad reports continue to come In from live locals every week rro maintain the organlaztlon Is the oniy salvation for the farmer We Jsav gone too tar tb go back Do not suffer politics to get into the fanners organlaztlon Init Eeai It that tho man you vote for bin friend to the farmer and will not betray your Interest when In office You are excusable for permitting this to occur one time but no excuse will suffice for suffering It to occur twice Senator Steven B Elkins of West Virginia Is not afraid to stand up for the South and her Interest as was evidenced a few days ego when to told some plain truths la connection WIth the treatment which the South was receiving In the tariff bill The Bout needs protection now more ttan any otter section of the country The Tariff debates continue to drag In Congress but the speaker will soon address empty seats Ted coun try Is tired of this Tariff tinkering and will manifest Its tired feeling the first opportunity It lias to deal directly with the members of Congres who are most responsible for its continuance to the great deteriment of the business Interests of the country a The editor Is indebted to HonBei Johnson for a copy of Rooseveltlua Facts and Fables a book Just out from the pen of Mrs Annie Riley Hale The little volume deals In plait facts concerning many of the acts of the late President The dedication In the following words indicates some what the character of the book TO TJIB GALLERIES To whom my em has played so long and so successfully this little volume Is affection ately dedicated Senator Bradley will snake a great name for himself among tee tobacco growers If he wdil see teat tie provision In too Payne Tariff bill removing the 6 cent Internal Revenue tax from tobacco Is retained in tat measure then It passes too Senate We heard Senator Drdley when ho delivered his address to too legisla ture at Frankfort after his election to the Senate and he made the specif ic statement that it would be his pleas uro to vote and aid in the repeal of the six cent tax on tobacco levied against the fanner We rno no doubt that he will keep 115 pledge Tie Hartford Herald is still deluding Itself with the idea that the woods are full of disgruntled Republicans in Ohio county who me Just Itcdng to vote for a Democratic ticket Jt says that It Is an open secret that there are many lifelong Reimbllcan in tills county who will nob support their partys ticket In the coming election The Herald tas suede this statement about one doezni times since the Republican piimary eleclon and It Is now time for It to furnish tLe public with some names of disgruntle Republicans wfco will not support their ticket To make It easy on the Her aId we call on It to mention the name of ONE Republican who has declared that he will not support tto ticket Xot TWO ONE A tax payer writing for the Hart ford Herald goes Into frantic hysterl because the delinquent tux list fr the year 1908 published lu last weeks Republican numbers something like a thousand By quoting from a dispatch from MadlsonvlJle referring to the action of the County Attorney ot that county fan coiling the attention of tho Fiscal Court to section 4321p the Kentucky Statutes which provides tout delinquent tax payers may be required to work out their tux on pub Ic road3an inference may too draw that tax layer thinks ttie Ooun ty Attorney and the Fiscal Court of Ohio County hove been derelict li their duty The law referred to was passed by tee Kentucky Legislature on Match 10th 1894 Referring to the files of time Hartford Hemld we find in its issues of July 7th and 13tP 1904 ten years after the law referred to become effective It published n list of 1180 delinquents toeing for the year 19Q3 and too voluminous to pub llsH In one issue At that time the FiicrJ Court aril County Attorney ot ado curt were Democratic Ag11fe are reminded that those who Jive li houses of glass should curse to east stones QUITS DEMOCRACY The Horse Cave Gazette Jot liar county which i as been a life Gong Democrat newspaper hrs deserted the party of Bryanlsm for good ln tak ing leaves of Its former party osso ckrtos time Gaeztte has the following t IIn otmilng before the people ol Hart county os the editor pt a Re1 albHcaD ncamllnzper we toIi tt l 1 rJ a few words to our tilefitnl patties To our Date politic elates wo1 Would soy tfiatn J Y- ethat Party Ol1lue Rs it tlV resent conttiUltid its Sj of ours As long tiM we toW c4t4lti that p rty wo ahave always edee s to be a faltMul wtrtker in the iteach ea but we have at last reiicljie3th parting of the ways To oun tte Democratic party ropreEcnjUj no groat principle st1ndsforIIJDg that appeals to We people andson ly the attenuated shadow of airi W J Bryan tile perpetual candidates THE BIG HAT AGAIN Recently this paper has tilmdtjo are thing to say in a mill suannenfeon cenoing the big hat at church Wf say tliat we utteuiptedr to sake our protest in a mlld way for Itgagvltu- garf mat trembling that we ventured to offer the critlclani at nllIiHow evertho editor of tile Western ThrlS tlan Advocate published at Cinclnna tiOoio does rot scorn to frithe wrath of the ladien and In last weeks issue of that Influential and widelj read paper We rind tte following under the head THE NUISANCE OF THE BIG HAT I We have a number of times pre viously referred in a semihumorous vein to the enormous Merry AYldow hats worn by tie Wan1111l in church But this time we are in no mood for Jocularity and are almost rollglouslj mad It quite frequently falls Jto ou lot to sit In the pews with tie con gregation and it is not at all conducive to a pious and peaceful frame of mind suck as one ought to have when trying to worship Godtp tilt behind rows of hats toot spreads selves like grcem trees or big circus tents and which are covered TVit enough plumes to stock an ostric farm enough birds and feathers to EUPlllfn taxIderimiBtB shop cnoug flowers to illustrate Eeedl catalogue or make a prosperous back garden They tower up and reach out and weary the eye and induce nervous ness and distract the thoughts and obstruct the view of tie preacher ab solutely They are positively aggravating not to say matddeulng One feels like taking a ttot at them wit1 a hymnbook and humbling their iof ty pretentiousness and pride In tu dustWhat are our Christian women thinking on Are they such devotees of fashion that they must needs haul these unseemly hideous outlandish constructions to church with them to make the devout groan and tie undercut almost swear If they feel that they must walk under such a pre posterous thatch when on the street cant they In mercy to their ibrbfiior mortals have a more modest Sunday gotomeetlng bonneta cadger a llttto less gorgeous omnlpiescnt pb structlve Impudent assertive loudan dominating Its hard enough to get people especially mento attend church regularly and in sufficient numbers In these days anil we doot want anything that will discourage their coming and make things more difficult for the minister- It is our solemn conviction that this which looks lilt such a etrlvlal matter amounts almost to on abSo- lute moral offense and sin Ought not Christian women to Low iripre consideration for their fellowworsidp 0161 Is there not something Sike a proper courtesy and a decent regard for the opinions of others and their convenience and comfort which ought to influence our sisters in relation to this matter of complaint Is not the ivresent practice a genuine imposition not only upon goad nature but upon the Jigits and privileges of those who gather In the house of God If tile women must don these Korean Slapdoodles let them remove them as soon as they are seated In church and if they ex cuse themselves by saying that there is no place to put the objects let the trustees build a big addition to the churcha shack for a hatroom with enormous pegs and stacks to accom niodato those latest absurdities and atrocities of the milliners art that are so effectively aiding and abetting the work of the devilI b There weve said it and now we feel better We dont advocate n now DownwHhtheBlgHat Society In our church with a General Confer ence secretory for wo have hope that the women will soon have grace and common sense enough to take tho rats out Of their topJoftlcal buncHes of hair and to sholithose Merry Wid ow and chopping Jbowl1 lids and give them a long rest particularly on Sun day r PRENTIS April UT1o farmers of Prentls neighborhood are progressing slowly on account of eo much rain and cool weatherrBro Bennett filled Us ap pointment at this place last Sunday with a very large attendance f t We have a most Interesting Sunday school every Sunday morning at teBaptist church Several of our young people pbut- Sunday afternoon oh the Highs w1 All report a pleasant time r I 1 f w r It LfrLL a j iniector6eneral Union Veteran Legion A Sdaya 1 n Eecemmend Pemna as a Safe and Retzab MtcJrc J v AtIIIJIW e High40fcalsand Prdminen fCttlzertsI IIo ii GiveYnq4 fiedEpdnrsement- to Pefuna r No lyiedicirie inthe World Can Produce a More Impressive Array ofTestimonials H Cvery estimonial Given the- E aGijordsoftheTestifier Tcrrtbic pasc of Indigestion WrlghtsAvcjproirtp Cbe Ranger Independent Order ot Porrecteja virltea on a to Boston I inusi larva eaton something that did not agree with my stomach as a terrible case of Indigestion followed t Peruna was rccominended to me and after using three bottles I was entirely cured I therefore Yecommend Peruna to anyone EUUeriigwlth o tom ach trouble Every Traces of Catarrh Gone Mr JtirhoB P Bracken 010 Tenth Ave Now York City NY has occupied th ofllco of Water Inspector of Now York Oily prthe pASt fifteen years 11 carries Oman extensive plumbing bus negsat 010 Tenth Ave lie IB Post Deputy of Grand Knights of Relgna iNYFor nearly a dozen years catarrh has bothered mo in one form or another I was troubled with nasal catarrh that troubled tlto was poor and I did not seem to rollsh my food Indigestion bothered me at times also I was advlsedto take Pernna and I took it as prescribed for a month when my cure was almost complete Today thoro Is not a trace of catarrh in my system and I can saVlthout hesitation that Peruna cured me Agreeable and Effective Tonic Corporal John Finn Washington D 0 veteran soldier of tho Civil War a prominent Grand Army man and com mander of tho oldost post in the United States John A Rawlins Post No1 do partiuent of the Potomac Grand Army of tho Republic writes Peruna was recommended to me by many of my associates and I have given It a fair trial Have found it a moat agreeable and effective tonic pleasant soothing and leaves one free from the deleterious effects produced by the many nostrums now on the market I have suffered from catarrhal affliction the SMALLHOUSIApril HMiss Emma Boyd Center town Is the guest of Miss Maude Calloway Mrs Alva Galloway nnd daugttor attended a surprise birthday dlncor at Centertown Saturday air Clinton Igeheatt and daughter Miss Roe Iglehcart went to Evans vlllo Saturday night Mr and Mrs Joe Bullock have another boy at tiolr home Ho arrived April 4- tBosm April 1st to Mr and Mrs W K Addlngton a two pound girl Mrs Sam Morton is quite sick at this writing e Ufos Jennie Ball Messrs J C Drake C D Ross and G W Barnard who have been quite sick are bettor Mr S T Hunter rold a horse to Mr Sam Allen recently Consideration 12- 5MrNind Mrs Oppie Klttlnger and sons Oscar and Albert and little daughter Gladys were the guests of Mrs Kittingers parents at Island from Friday until Monday Miss Crumbecker Is tte1 guest of her grandparents Mr and Mis G W Barnard and Aunt Mrs J C Bennett Quite a rice little crowd attended Sunday school at SraaHhous church Sunday evening ffho young folks en Joyed the egg hunt exceedingly it being Easter Sunday CUES Maggie Hunter Is the guest of her sister Mrs P L Wood Oeralvo this week Mr John BuIklllron of Mr and Sirs Richard Buskijl formerly oi Central City tiled of brights disease and was burled at Equality April 5 Ho leaves a wife and children his aged fattier and mother nsfuNj two brothers and a host of friends to mourn his departure t atlas Mary Blackburn and brother ppect Sunday at Central City Mr C 0 Hunter spent Saturday night with his parents Mir and Mrs a T HuntarI V Master Walter Wlttrpw W Cenfel City who Is the guest of iris grandparents Mr and Mrs Nf D Fulkersoc vIOvcrwith Mors O W Qverhute CROMWELL April 14 Tiw protracted meeting at this place is progressing ndce y ftUsis Alta Millervflf Select Js rIs1t1 ing Mr 11 Shleldsat writinghMr I Stevens of the Vine 4sf tII i Jf 1 c RIGGSe Coinemander of the Union Veteran Legion writes from the Pension Bureau i Washington D 0 as follows I thank you very much for calling my atttentlon to Pernna It la a pleasant and effective tonic cures and prevents cords and catarrhs alee lions and also acts upon the liver I can recommerfd it as a safe and roll r able medicine V past winter and have found Fernnal most beneficial and commend itfor what it baa done for me- Relieves Mind and Body Mr GW Woodbury Rogers Ohio formerly Captain and Center of the Hiram College Basket Ball Team writesWhen body and mind alike were weary and refused to work a tow doses of Peruna restored lost strength and In vigorated quicker and more permanent ly than anything I know Unhesitatingly Recommends Peruna J Edwin Browne National Com mander Army and Navy Union of U8 A 40 11th St N E Washington DO I writes I have no hesitation in endorsing your Peruna as a most efficient cure fo catarrh My own experience and that of many friends who have been bene filed by its use recommend it to all persons suffering from that complaint Peruna Tablets For two years Dr Hartman and hia assistants have incessantly labored to L r v A Grove neighborhood vns the guest of Miss Gertie Stevens Sunday afternoon Miss TassJe Taylor arid Mr Goxdge Laicb spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Annie Jarnagln of Render 3fr Fred Porter was tte guest of MU8 Irene Taylor Sunday afternoon Aliaes Alta Milllcr and Irene Taylor wore the guests of Miss Gertie Stevens Monday cXtoizoon Mire Olive Gordon is visiting hoe slater Mrs Cora Sandefur of Maid Knob neighborhood aj C Stado Taylor called to eee row Rev J P Taylor was Monday afternoon He says Bro Taylor is Improving MIss Ethel Coleman and OMss Elsie Rocker spent Saturday night with Mrs Sarah Gary cl C M Stevens was a pleasant teller at Mr 0 S Taylors Sunday morning Mr Charlie Stevens and Mr Oleve Burgess attended the Baker Burgess wedding at Taylor IHnes Sunday e Black Baity The fatuous black Spanish Jock sir ed by a Jack imported direct from Spain 1 will make the present season at my atablo at 800 to insure liv- Ing colt F M ALILEN Centertown Ky SULPHUR SPRINGS April 141ne quarterly meeting at flaws Chapel was largely attended Sunday Rev Bailey being pastor of 1 tnt church Mrs tJamca Pltzhugu gave an Eas tor hunt for the young boys and girls of Sulphur Springs Ttose that were present Rene Misses CCtwi HutfMor cMea Myrtle Ctirlstlne Canton Nora andij ary tt1I1g1 Mfe rsLJnoDpk Parvln Johnston Otis Duff Homer Huff vCoarllo wad Edgar FitzhuBh All went home congratulating Mrs Fttzhushi lor ibedng sues ta royal en tertainer air dnd Mrs C L HuH visited at Mss Nelson Coles Sund riaArt and Mrs Wilber JoHnstoa spent Easter with her brother Mr N B Willie and family j Cline Hazel Schroader is visiting her sister bins s9Godscy near Shrove IMrO L Wf 1ngofpcaf Bowling Green ie viistlng friends ccd relatives in thte community He epeat Sunday nFordaVfUc t 3lf Smith FJtzlMijr led jn LouIfyiile Saturday nt 9t and wari burled at the FitzhuKbffburying ground i on Jj l t ti- A o iAv v 5 ww nAr create Peruna in tablet form and their etrenuouelaborshavejuatbeencrownedwith liquid medicines can now secure Peruna tablets These tablets represent the medicinal ingredients of Peruna and each tablet is equivalent to one average i 0 doss The Family Relies on Peruna A Howitt Nickerson Captain US Army Adjutant General on General McCooks staff writes from the Census Building Washington DO as follows It affords mo great pleasure to com mend Pernna as a most excellent tonio With many medicinal qualities thatnew alai nature in overcoming the various ills with which the human family is dangerrposed to what are known as patent medicines but Pernna has long since overcomethiafeelingItienowaeithaebeen family medicine with us upon which 4 9 we rely to Rive tired nature substantial restoration a4 Sand Rock bill Monday afternoon at 2 oclock Miss Hattie Welter who is attend- Ing school at Fordsvllle visited her parents Mr and Mrs S J WpllorSat urday and Sunday Dr Wedding and wife Hartford at torded the funeral of Mr Fitzhugh v IMonday Sunday scd aol and prays meeting Is progressing nicely at our little church Rev Balsams preaches hero every 3rd Sunday night tBarber No 2765j For the Season of 1909 knownGermanseason of 1909 at F M Allens stable in Centertown Ky nt the sum of 10 to Insure n living colt money due when the colt is foaled or mare transferred As a coach horse Barber has no equal and having been under the yKynow in better condition than over before 1 As a coachhorse Barber has no BU 1sllownup Barber lira red rsIX yeareoldj rsplendidweighs in niedlumflesit 1350 pounds and Is as sound as a silver dollar We will gladly do bustoesa hpreventshould any occur i err v Respectfully FtALUENKeeper t I t q CcntertownVTCy J r 4 4 114ya 1tY i J n i r AItE YOBRPICK tlt peweld t rNonegenuine of thin r trademark on role- rJ ri FITtKorrect for the Fo- otSTYLE c Korrect for the Ey- ePRICEi Korrect for the pocketbook p i QUALITY k Read our GUARANTEE LaklReg USPotOI he upper breaks IIf before the fast Iworn through we will replace with a new pair 4 All Burrojaps leathers come under this guarantee Lookat theSe Spring Styles Thereslifecolorswing LJeitractivenessWoDC I BUY A PAIR BURT PACKARD CO Makers BROCKTON MASS iI t SOLD ONLY BY 1 R46 Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIIL 16 v 9- IlinolsCentral RallroadTlme Table North Ilmuul 8on11 nonoo- No16Ydue405gm Sol l dUtI13ll m- Noltduela8op m Nohn sine 218 p n- No102dne48 I m Nolel dnr862pm 1 N1xtAftertheDoctorConies Very important matter You want It fllkd right and with the freshest and- pureatdruge Since coming to Hart ford tire have built up a good aeprta- tioakalong this line Wef111pr p- tlOIU na first casa manner and we do It cheaply And then we carry u full tOOk Of everything usually kept in i l1I tolass drug storell of ly afresh dosimble goods We are right on the old James A Thonms corner from the Bank of Hartford and the Ohio County Dank you couldnt hardly miss us Give us a jJ We will surely plooSo you HARTFORD DRUG GAO- p t Incorporated r Mr Robert Bennett Jr St Louts Is the guest of his parents Rev and F it1Ir R J Bennett city Corn and To x coo Ferldlizen seo Carson Col i 1 birlrr C f Barnott city Is the guest of iripnds In Loulsvllte If ypuxiJ4J t11oPr see uI OUJJOn waan cove you money 38th It AnOther hlpmont of tV WDouglas t Shoos just received at l Oarsort Ca- N 4 nJW line of belts gd Collars for ladles iuaElnatCateonOoeJ j tdrJ uis Riley city lathe guest ii of hispunclo ar IP DArnanI Louis X yme Ky VI Mr JP Sandofur city arse 1nCln slIegeY1e1tlr11 l 4i tMiBil Auliecltywas thegueit of her parent near ll1anaes the atfer part otWIt week 1 M jL U Mn H P Taylor city Is the gUest or her son dlr John Pondleton TaY for at St Jotn Kansas MlseesDuafe Dock and Marion Simp son who are attending school here wire pleasant alders yesterday Mrs J W ODannon lcJ retUrned from a few days visit to her Parents Mr and Mrs BW Stewart Select Ask to see our Une of collars In Maxlneesomethlcg now in Dross Goc f act 35c per yard CARSON CO Messrs J W Taylor of the Bald Knob neighborhood and H iL Pirtlo east Hartford were among our callers TuesdnyIMlssosAunie and Hettle Brown Luzerne Ky were tree guests of re1ntlves In Hartford the first or the week Cnpt John G Keown wIip has been quite 111 nt the home of his brother Sheriff Cat P Koown fOr the past several days Is able to be out agxlax Our trouso is crowded with now Clothl11g new Hats new Dress Goods new Skirts and now things too numerous to aurnntlon CARSON CO- We lave just packed on sale 125 pairs of slippers In broken lots for children end ladles ot nb one balfbhe usual Vo CARSON CO Meesra a H Keown and Di F Al ten Select Albert Cox Sulphur Spring and Hendoreoa Williams HoPewell- weron1l1Ong our callers yostbrdap- bfesszs WT1 Tlavls of the rWaab- ingtoay neighborhood Jam sti Davis Suntiydaloand H L Taylor ore orhDodwere1lJ1I10n8jour dr F IASandefur cltyiU1sbcen assigned ca t per In the revenue serylce to distillery No 29llee arid left stray yesterday morning to tAle charge- ahe rvlva1lt the Dapti church still continued undor the management- of Rev Rlckurd evangelist who Is doing splendid work and preaching some able sermons Wo trust the good worK will continue to increas- eItlesereJ Tf Rowe oftbe control Grove neighborod 1 F Johlastoa AXnoldISW9 amongouroellerS Monday 1 t wt 9a t t dnarll9- KeiiJuky e i When in EOOrol of Boners roll for the Monarch brandthe dependable kInd at Iii to Soc per cord Comes In black tans and fancies nt Dawson Co You could not pick a better time of tie year to got yous pictures made you oatanot get better picture any where than you can gt at Schroetertl Studio Better come at once Upstairs over The Republican Office Messrs J A Daniel cord N Aels- or have formed a partnership to doi general blaclsmlthlng and wood They htwo rented the Tweddell shop on Center street and the firm name to be known as Daniel Yeiser They are both expert workmen and will do a good business Wo have roceelved n copy of tle Green River Baptist publlslled a Owensboro and edited by Rev E O Cottrell This paper sometime ago took over tee Trlcull1y Baitlst which for a time was tussed troni this orlce The paper Is a bright well printed organ for the Baptists of the Green River Country and tar editor Rev Cottrell will bo remembered by all the people of Hartford In a eery pleasant Way Prof L K Milbutn who recently went to Chicago for the purposo o looking Into the matter of accept lag a position mention of m hicb appeared In these columns flint week hus accepted the prineIpaThiii of the Commercial Department of Grdggs school Prot Jtr1n R Gregg president of the school is tlie n thor Qf the famous Gregg Shorthand 88 OhioCounties institutionbns The Quarterly sneotiag forthe Hartford Cbjcult f E Church BoutIiwas field at Goshen last Saturday and ConferenceSaturday ports were complete aiidfJplendld reports Were tUedby the pratsar on the pondltion or the Work Presiding El der Hayes preached l1yort able sermon at Hartford night QU1rteriyImccUngEioiiicc9Ut singular4norniug iHtfOtd MethodiSt churcnext Suit o dayV i rt 6S- d e Hartford local A S of E held D- specll meeting fit Bennetts edhool house ltt SaturdnY evening siaich was addressed In aw eloquent manner bYLr David Moreland Everyone- present signed the pooling pledge and the meeting wns onthusiastic and productive of good rcoults Miss Geraldine Thompson died at her home near Horton last Friday night at 8 oclock of a complication of diseases After mineral servlcs conducted by her pastor Rev Bailey at Bethel church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock her remains were laid to rest In the Liberty graveyard to await the resurrection morn The de ceased who had been a member of the M E Church South for many years of the late Henry Thompson Miss Thompson was a good woman and leaves a large circle of trleull and relatives to mourn her demise flre Sunday tcLeol at the Jlethodlst- ehurc1 Is showing great prosperity and go attendance There were 163 In attendance lost Sunday morning Miss Anle Patton lies organized her class of little girls and they have elected a full set of officers Icon pros dent down Tlc class Is named the Daisy class JIrs Wallace Riley and ISo Sam A Anderson gave their cksses un aster egg hunt at the jme or Mrs Anderson on Washington street let Sundays afternoon Twenty chiLdren wore present and nU enjoyed the bunt for the hundred eggs which had been hidden by older hands After the egg hunt dellgUCu- lrefreslmonts wore served Messrs Formans now boat Hart ford will start on Its Initial trip next Mionday Mr James p Thomas or Loutsvliie representing the United states Government inspected the boat Wsdne dJY afternoon and found servo to meet tJo requirements or the Federal St lutes While the new boat Is not so largo ns the Wo Three which was burned two montJs ago It Is substantially built and handsomely finished and Is sufficiently large it Is tJlOugt to take care of the Dade between Hartford and Evnnsvllle As- did tie We Three Hartford will male weekly titps between these points and win do n general freight and passengo business The lloople of Hartford and Intervening points ue glad to learn that Cqlt Forman lns conrplcted Lis boat rud Is now ready for business The splendid trade which ho had built up tprevkcus to the destruction of tie We Three will no doubt be regained within a start while ARNOLD Altrtl HTho farmers uco noary- all breuking corn and tob ecu ground Mr T C Atchison bas n very se vere attack of pneumonia fever Mr S W Evans and wife i ave just returned from Iuliana undo Owon1boro- wcero they spent a few days visiting relatives Mr Evans buying ids spring goads rrie stern of last week dill consld el abie damage to fencing tovorson wens curt MT L E Ibrrls barn woo blown down and part of the roof was blown off hIs home 11 S lV Evans ice tnorcLarnt Is dIg a thriving business Suty tctol Is rogreselllg nicely tt at Liberty cauich Rev P H Prls Is teacher of Lo liable clllM BARRETTS FERRY Air it HHcaltl1ln this community Is ve Y good at present Tic boys from here who have been down the river so long havo return e1 at last 1r George Abram and family of JantWedding and family Saturday and Sunday bar Parvin N1dkkffSulphur Springs was the guest of his cousin 1Ir Ar vis Wedding Suaday MIss Jestdo McDaniel of Olntonwas the guest c4 Risks Lillie Whitworth Saturday and Sunday Misses Alma Petty and Comma Wed ding visited pt NarrowS Sunday oven big 1 sir Sabuyier Acton or Sulphur itSpringswas here Friday buying stock Several from hero attended mooting Jlt Xv Bayanus Saturday night JCOOL SPRINGS April d4Fanners are very busy building fence and repairing houses um barns since the ztorm i11rs FUnnlo Neal and cl1dreu spent Sunday nt Beaver Dmn the gUM o- Cher brother Arthur Jliller Miss lianrie Rogers and brotlen of Yuh1onbug oountyjVlslted friends anu relatives hero last week- Mr S A Davenport took dinner at Mr T Co Dennis Monday sLr and Mrs Joe Hudnal were the guests ofMre Audm Elliott Sunday Mrs pl v1a Dunn and daughterlUss- Lonnle spent Thursday with rltu Unu Dennis Mrs preck Fogle Is on the sick listI i1ir Clarence Dennis and fatally vlsIlted Mr Johnnie Cooper Sunday r For Sale Pure Barred Plytaouto Roc Eggs Y5 for L00 rants John WSanderfur- Jiurtford R F p No 3 Telpptione through Hertford exchangeI i SCHROADER April 12Heclth Is very good In this community Rev Joe Acton of Ol ton filled his regular appointment here Sunday morn tng and Rev Casebier of Hartford preached In the afternoon Prayer meeting Is progressing nice ly at this place A Sunday school will be organized at this place Sunday We aU are hoping for Its success Our A S or E local met at this place Saturday night We wore all glad tQ tavo tie report of our delegate IIr W 111 Soi1Qi1der wino attended to ocunty union hold at Hartford ploys lets all stay with equity Miss Ida Duke or Owensboro Is vis lUng CIr and Mrs John Wright tills week The heavy rein which fell list TuOS day did groat Lam Mr Muck Martin visited hits Stella York We SundnIhas b our church at this place We are von glad to Lear this for we know It needs to be completed very bad y We want wI who are Interested In thIs church to meet at this place Sun day morning at 10 a m Lost One pair of Shack blocks and Buffalo grips near Beaver Dam Planing mill Return to A L Swift Beaver Dam Ky and receive reward- DUNDEE April 13A largo crowd attended the quarterly meeting at this place Sunday Md Sunday night Mr Carson Shreve lIlsscsl Jessie Shreve Pearl Stevens and Flossio Powers were Ule guests of 1disses- Abbke and Yelarla Harrison SU11dI1Y tMr and Mrs R M Kuykendoll took dinner with Mr and Mrs Arthur Wilson Sunday Miss Pearl StevontJ w o Las been the guest of relatives or East Hartford for the lrt wcelc returned hone Saturday Mrs Fannie Brown Is on the sick list Mr Comblo Qlghbcrs Hiss Jessie Shreve Mr Guy Srreve hiss Yelarl- alIarrlon dlr Carson Steve MissA41b ble Harrison Mr Jesse Huff lfr Willie Russel Mr Arthur Stone Mr- Mr Felix Brown and MarCarl Drown spent Sunday EVenlllg with Mr Otis and Jnss PtY I Stevens Mr Smlt a Itzug wLo left fQ Tar Springs about a month ago for hag health lIed and waslbrought yesterday to BDd Rock Hilt for bur ml iFunoml serrlces Wore comlucted by Rev Bailey T MAGAN April 13wcrnJ from ts Placa attended EUster tOiVI at to OAth oNc churxb WMtesvllle Sunday C E Mailer and family attended Quarterly meeting ct Dundee Sunday Rev G H Lawrence Cold his Sun day services In tLe tobacco faotorytho Baptist church having boon dssnolillh- cal by the storm whloh pasaod through this PUt or the country last week The Modern WooduulO organized a lodge at this place WWoduesday ntgbt- Mr J H Miller came very near losing ils residence by fire Mat Wednesday night wacr CAught from a bray expotion Miss Mae Wrlgt is at her slstera Mrs WIlbur DaviI of Palo Mr Almond Duke said wife of Palo were the guests of JIn Dukes farri er Mr J Ir Miller and fknntly Saturday nigt- Messrs Ir U Millar Clarence Wes terileid and Clarence Tau Went to Owensboro last week Mr T H lledaif who and little daughter visited relatives In Owons boro Saturday antI Sunday Notice to Stock Breeders The best Horse Breeders In Ohio and adjoining counties my mho standard trotting bred Stallion Alex H Reg Xo 3Ij02 Is tto sire of somo of to best colts foaled In this see tlon of Kentucky From 80 to 100 refused for several colts at nine days old They make fine saddle harness and work horses If you desire to breed to one of the best Horses In western Kentucky you are specially invited to come I can serve you most aU day 1000 to In sure colt to stand up and suck I also have a Zino young Tennessee bred Jack Tax Potor Jr which Is show Ing some colts that meure 3 feet and 4 and G inches at foaling colors mostly Black He will be permitted to sense mares to Insure colts to stand up and suck Ie It dont stand up aard suck It dont coat you a cent It will pay you to wU and see ray mock before breeding CAll or write C EMILUERMagan Home Phone W1Ul6llIe Ex No- 61Gr xxxpxxpp xx x e e x E STRIPPED x Bare of allunneces = rsary talk the young men of the town are now realizing how foolish it is to buy g their clothing and furnishings e Is e = where The stores X of this town are car rying ashigh a grade and as new and styl= ish merchandise as tanybodyof thelarge Icity stores Certainly we can= 11e not carry the amount of stock they do we havnt the outlet Moral Spend your money at fJI 1 home For ourselves we try to II keep right with the newest C- rand best known merchandise I We recently counted 22 different 1 articles of merchandise which fJ- III we carry in stock which was ad= vertised in one issue of the Lao 1 dies Home Journal one of the Igreatest advertising mediums in this country C p Depend on BARNARD CO Hartforc1 i aaleel f rI t t r 1 r ao JI j I t aM ffM eMtA Jm 14 1 iA t iEDUGATHTHE FARE t MER SAYS POE Some Great Fallacies and What i They Have Cost Us The tanner tho common laborer of any sort reeds training Educate hlm and you WOIl him Tile poorer you keep him the richer will be the upper class These have teen oW great pet fallacies And a dong done Lave they been preached Hugging this vampire delusion the Southern plantation owner has seen vast areas abandoned to broamsage and gullies In spite ot the fact that Intelligent handling would have kept them productite a thousand years Preaching thIs fatal doctrine the merchAnt has sold Western meat and scooters and tobcoowheDi rwlth prosperous patrons ho might bare quadrupled and hancstcrs and ear rlagoo and pIAnos Deluded by this tal1cyth states man has struggled against tate only lo die and be forgotten by poople too poorly educated to read his tblogra phyand too poor In property to build n monument to his memory while smaller and moonlr men Jn sections unshackled by these ancient errors are famed In song and story Wrdting editorials In support ot the aristocratic Instead of the democratic theory Qf Industry the editor Las seen his patent outside Wookly taU o1 support when a properlY trained and educated people would have brought his wealth as the head of a prosperous dally Fighting tJulJllc taxation for better schools and other methods of train lag and enrichIng the averag man your manufacturer hu struggled along with a small business when n prosperous average man would hove given us great industries like those In the North and West Still arguing that education and training would spoil the Workingman and that cheap labor Is what wC need your banker has complained that the South otters no opportunities for the great financier forget ting cheap unprosperout labor means small unprosperous banks Opposing taxation for better schools the railroad hauling cotton In the fall and Jowprude fretl1lems In the spring have fought passenger rate reduction as a life and death matter ten a welltro1noo people would supply the various traffic and the heavy dlvldens or tre other sec tlans Your lawyer doctor preacher teachereach lolling In lIno with the ancient heresyhas paId the penalty In diminished fees dlmlnlahet sala Ties diminished Intluncce Victims ot the vicious teaching I artist sculptors poet oratorhave too often ned to other sections or else have died with vlsioa uafulfllled among a people untrained to appreciate their gunluswten but for there things you might see slntues of Southam leaderos In ovory Southern cltyt1e work ot the Southern artist In the worlds groatobt gilreles tile thought ot the Southern poet tte common heritage of mankind 1N Is not that we have had no mighty dreamers It Is that they sleep In neglecters graves trampled under foot by wnrand waste and error Now war and waste thank God are behind us Let us also put error behind uSFrom no address by Clarence II Poe editor ot the progressive Farnier and the Southern Farm Gazette before the Southern Commercial Congress Washington D C p In Memory Of Mr Quinton Dullard who depart o this life lrarh 10 1909 ot pneumo nia He was born Jain 30 1848 In Dnvless county Ky and was married to Mary J Guy Jan 2Ci 1872 To this union Iwere born eight children of whom seven are still living Mr James Ballard Sulphur Springs Ky Richard Ballard Livermore Ky Mtg Delia Coppago Hartford Ky Mrs Ida Mill11hG Sulphur Springs Ky Mrs WHile Russ levier Ky Mrs 318- ttie Slmpeom Benton Ky and Mh Everett Ballard Hartford Ky Mr Dallotd had lived a oonelstnnt member ot Vie llethodist church for a number of years he was blessed with a very quiet dlslJOEitlon always having a kind word for every one Evon hi ills religious services he went Quietly on doing tis duties us he saw Jt Oh that more Of us could live as quiet and ns clear a me us he The waiter wi had tare pleasure of being very closely associated with him for the last three years talking upon many different subjects wad can truthfully say thct Le was tte clmres mon In the use of unclean or prcfune language never using any Iby words cc itteever being extjemely modest In- allthlggs Oa what a blessing It istOlonethcug jmeek and humble toj possers such Qu1Utles ns this We should oU ro 1II 4 A LII4liIC 111 Jj L irvr I member that we must some timo give an account tor every vain and Idle thought and every word we etw lIb the Iborooved family and friends we would say weep not for lathes but fiver strive to live na Quiet and as clear a life ns hIS that when dootli1 shall call ow you to Quit the walks of this ute you ron be prepared tx surrender nil and fall asleep in the arms of our Savior as peaceful au to did A friend A A C Ohio CountyCentenarian Roslno Ky April 3Mr William Holloway supposed to be the oldest man In Ohio county lives at this place He Is now 101 years old He was born In DIount county Tenn one day In Februatry1808 Was mar rued to Miss Jane Lee a distant relative of Gen Robt E Lee about the year 1831 Voted for Andrew Jackson for President of the United states In the year 1832 Has always voted the Democratic ticket from President down to school trustee and has been n member ot the Baptist church tar about sixty years Ills wife died abuu the year 1889 Ever since the death of his wife he hns lived with his son 1 M Holloway and daughterInlaw Mrs Jennie Holloway and has al ways been well cared for He has been a man of good reputation was never known to be Intoxicated He moved from Blount county Tenn to Butler county Ky about the year 1068 From there he removed to Ohio county near Roslne In 1869 and has lived there ever since He Is able now to go around to see his near neighbors and nttendd prayer meeting and takes an active part In the ser vice Ho Is very able In prayer can quote scrllture as good as a man 30 years old and car converse on any tmbjccL that you wish to talk upon running 80 years back He has had no sickness for 40 years can read his Bible or newspaper chop stove wood make fires and feed the stock almost like a young rnafr Jt any one doubts this he can lIe seen at his home near Roslne Ky and can tell you this Is true himself Wm Henry French Dead We take the following meport of the death ot n prominent Ohio county citizen from Mondays Owcnsboro In quirer William Henry French died nt rts homo In Ohio county near Pleasant RIdge Monday morning nt 6 oolock- D2o funeral took piece ut 4 p ru from the residence The4ntermeatwas In the French family burying ground He Is survived by hisiferelghtouUl dron one brother and one sister HI surviving children are Uessrs David S and Davis French of O io county Joe and John French lit CoLorado Henry rench or Terre Haute Ind William and Richard Frendt ot Du vless county Mm Lon Stevens OJo county Ills brother Is D A French of LaG ronge Ky and Pais sister Is Mrs Salllo Lee of Utica Dnvloss county He was a highly rapeetc fanner- a man of lovable trolls If character and IJ Chrlstlaru gentleman lie was a member or the lrothcdlst church at Pleasant Ridge for 35 yeas or more Jle wan a enontber of the Masonic order and the funeral Iwes conducted by the Masons He sass SG years or age Ills death was duo to a U1I1Jlgnont cancer growth on illS nce It developed rapidly since lust December and his physicians could not afford him the usual relief with the surgeon knife owing to his ndvnnced uge HIs daughter Mrs Lon Stevens was nt his bedside Sunday l1nd received a mesmge from her Stusbarul stating that her fat erin lawMr V D D Stevnos wusdying She hurried to her omonear 1Iftonl believing that her father would survive tltrougl today Q11oow Her father inlow who made hIs home with his daugh- ter1n4aw died Sunday night A Singing Mouse Judge John S Adair Is the possessor ot one of the most romarkulrlo lit tle animals In existence In the way ot a singing moure This Is no Joke but reality Mr C T Duncan living a mile below town caught tree mouse after It hAd serenaded ifs tmrso for months Jt was tnpttrred iD ti trap A companion and also a good sin ger was taken In by a mt and lId not Ua to be Included in this write up Mat Duncan gave the survivng mouse to Judge Akk11r and he now haS It In a saudi tinge dud exhibits It freely taking splendfdlmre ot n rra little animal sontettmetdgrowa moody and will not slag but USua11r1t sings all the time sending forth clear ando sweet notes muoh after the fuos Mon of a mocker ot a canary bard The tone lis harpy so loud thougii it Is plenty clear to te heart aU pvcr lroom In day time At night It dices Its best work am often annoys the ooouplnts of DI row with its notes which vary ronslcJornbly it 1s a Vo- ry remarkable litho animal anti is Co wonder to all who see lt Frequently n hinging mouse Is mentioned through the Iirers but tpis is tile dust- weve hoard of In this country Hancock Claron I1rU ftf 11 i FITZ6ERALD COMES INDAGK AT r Says His Democrycy Is ofa Dif ferent Brand From tliel Commoners Washington April 3Ropnsontn tire John J Fitzgarnl 0If I ew York- w7ro gained considerable proindneace by the adoption of h4s omondenents to the House rules and astont the same time brought down upon hlm self nnd tWlOOtytwo followers tte wrath of the ecanlled regular Dotno- crutsissuedl IDday the following tate ment In reply to Wllll T Drroos criticism for its action whlek recently Wdth apeared in the Commoner Ills usual mshmra Mr Dry an rushes 4n lCle ongo1l9 might welt fear tq tread HIs statements that I um not a representative ofmy par ty would have oome With better grace If made when my r peooheswere being selected lIS omocroUo mImJa4cru Uo- ouments do the Jmt two netUonaJl CM- Upalgns It Duld ibe more convincing It he load marshaled incidents in my ten ears service in the Oiouse of Representatives to Justify this user lion If Mr nrynJn means that iI nttn not n representative of tlto Democratic party cs Democracy there beers under stood and professed by bEanttelf I stall not challenge hia stntom My political convictions and beliefs are more fa sword IWUh the Democracy of those moms mfao twice nmdd possible Mir veltlnlls e100tla1l aS President than with the latterdays mdllxlism- of the West I Mm to the personal eeferences In Mr iDruns statement w mYl sense of twoprioty and respect Cor my for ty I have only to cryitht If the Democratic party fend given me ttreo opportunities to become Iredent and I had tilled M dismally MIMI Bryan lins even U I did not have the sense to do so yet the obligation ot gratitude to my party would compell me to remain silent about smatters ot which I was grosSlY ignorant Yes Times Have Changed Dimes have ecanged in many ways as some of us well know In to good old times When a man got 0 bad pain In the neighborhood of hibeak fast his ie lnld a hot 1itoveup po him and to very soon found timseif getting busy again Nowadayci lCpe gets un unoomfolttble feeling about his waistband tho elector calls it op- lIentllclUs lays him out on tte operating tabJee cuts a hole In hlsanaloUlY 1nd ho dies maybe A0aln tn the happy long ago you could tke your jackknife or an old razor and Whit tle away your corns put IOn hoots and plow all day NoW it you gently serape the top ot your horny too blood POIson sets In and oft comes your leg This Is IJ strenuous age and dont you get It rIno prooont degenerate taco Is a misfit In tao hurrying now State ot Ohio City ot Toledo Lucas County rrs Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Is snlar partner lOt the firm of F J Olleney Co doing business In th City of Toledo COIDty and State aforesaid and that aId firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each und every case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use ot Halls Oitarrh cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my presence thjs 6lh day of Decem her A D 188G A W GLEASON Seal NOTARY PUBLIC ilIalls Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces ot the eystem Send for testimonials free F J OIIENEY O Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c- rrllke Malls Family Pills for constipation A Giant Lobster rr1Icrc Is on exhibition in n window In Saoo the largest lobster that kris beenlanded In these parts for years It over The lobster measures 30Inirhes In total length and his body proper- s 20 Inches lang Deore boiling be weighed 9 14 pounds and hoilod weighed 7 pounds The tobster was caught by John E Lewis Jr ol Stmtoxt9is hlBItmJsand none of the lobsters lno the other traps near by Were of grwtOl than average size He is the biggest tohof the kind that Mr Lewis has ever landed CtaWB and parts ot lobsters have been exhibited before w ich would weigh more tlmn this one but the exhibit Is tho largest of Ittt kind exhibited wlOle that local peopl ron seem to remembon IIboutKCIneooc Journal The ConSumers Tariff It Is evident from the U10nIn many newspapers that soma4reo 1 r IWj L r pIe waac 1 t 1aa ger importeL1ore and choaper Goode Egery paitegtnphl cc the proposed Teriftr lenv R4tIO J dross not ellCouroge tmpc Cations and whto does act mlseIOWtrlc Is de- nouaced Iltey any they ivs it a consumers Tariht A oonEume11l rrmeans that eveiyttng ds bo rime otmo WoO iad a oonlgiemsew iriU Q nuauber- of years egoEvortcing vee OOe Even lalxSrwas cheap But therewa- rothdngtn do TlUIm4lle and factor 103 ware ldde Tie oo susner didd must rive any money 9th which to purchase the tow priced goods If We are to return to the Dargn4n Counter days we will bare do Old conditions over again lYe repeat brrwever that the Atnerlcan people must tuna th6Lr fin I gems with FrveJrmde every dbzonyaat All i I or else fj n i11 srotbellevethaf dtt- ern j 4 txwaesr n1Ve irpi M o- n1i pUsstaeteadoflntinutactrrrng thlln- Bvtry tnpu In Des Motn Js Q P- teotton4et 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Wednesday evening C p ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at n a m and 7 p m Rev T C Wilson Pastor everyfourthP m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastori dmCRET lUCJJTIE Hartford Lodge No Bic F A Ma sons meets first and third Monday night In each monW C 31 Barnett W M E P Moore Secretary eve17thirdRosoooRenderHartford Chapter No 84 O E S meets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HOWeRileyRough RIver LOdge No no Knlghll of Pythta meets every Tuesday night E D Pendleton C C Roscoe Render K of R and S Hartford Tent No P9 K O T 1meets every Thursday night E B- Pendleton Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine HIve No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third MrEkeeperPreston Morton Poet No4 G A nholds regular meetings Saturday beO the first Sunday in each month Ash RogersAdjtOhIo Tribe No 188 Imp Order Red Men meet second and fourth Wednea day nIghts In each month C E Morrison Saol1Pm A E Pate Chief ot Records Acme Lodge No 339 r 00 F meets every second and fourth Monday night at 730 1NGrar N D D Shcmater Secretary Carpenters and JoinerS local No1881 meets 1st Ehturday night 4n each month Noah Skaggs Pre W D Luoo SecTrewsOFWIAL ROSTER AmerIcan Society of EqUity of National Officers CO DTAY110N Pros Greenville Ills BowlingGreenS D KUMP Soc Trens Indiana polis State OUicerai J CCANTRILL Pres GeorgetownK- S B ROBERTSON See Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers SL STEVENS Pres DeaverDam xOAL P KEOwN Treas Harttordx 0 E SMITH Sec Hartford xCOUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION J M DeWeese Qlmfnmlan Hartford IfY b DNo2 JA nelamy Whttesvllle DNO1RFD6NruOoh3G J Lt lIrowm Rockpol1i l II M- rDIUEISiTh heat toaIccai ilJgN lclfer the dl p 1 its 50c Gusranti t I r L SCIENCEMADE r r MARRIAGES T Which Existed 6000 Years a Before Christ They Are Best and Result in True Domestic Happi ness Say Experts r tPIio statement recnotlymnide in Chicago iby the dlstinguUftcd Bgypto loglst Jamea H Breasted that too mar rlagos made in 6500 DC bring sclon tifically prearranged resulted in true stlteInrentscientist that the l moan nice to decay and dlseaSo to OOgaJnI seU only whoa communities permit illassorted couples to marry Sdenco says tim German has attempted to1 guide and control every condition of life save tho most important namely that which provides for the eontinulty of tiro hate of men Men of the intellectual attainmentsI of Staiil Powell Wcstermarck have long since pointed out the fatuity of allowing romance to too the pivotal point upon which the institution of marriage should rest TVhatj societies wave allowed this to be so for the past 26000 years has boon the cause of the advent of the affinity or the Idea of affinities bringing In their train a whole series of unhealthy bod lea and unwholesome minds society both political and economic necessa rily Buffering therefrom Under the paternalistic regimes of flourishing anchient communities it la shown the master of chief of each family woe chosen for his general wisdom Every member of the family owed him blind obedience under pain of forfeiting property or of being ex- Qommunlcated He it was who In family council decided whether a mar ridge wished for by a given couple was suitable or not He referred back to the teachings of that Inter esting old medico Hippocrates and considering tao mental and physical attributes of the pair let us call them Dalbus and Cornoolfawould discourse fo1LBalbus 1 note Is a young man In 4whom the sanguine temperament pre dominates I ron see this by his fair hair hIs fair skin Ms light blue eyes His flesh is firm his pulse is stronge the forehead recedes and the nose is of the courageous type mho lips are somewhat thin Oornellaon thd other hand is distinctly of the nrevous type The forfcoead Is high ahe is capable of considerable thought andi reflection and will consequently not bo over optimistic She will therefore bal ance the overoptlainlsm of the young manr her pulse Is feeble and she will neutralize the tendency to intensity in the offspring Ste is the propermate for Balbus and consequently I agree to the two getting married This was roughly the way Ire wuiloh the highly civilized ancient communi ties provided for the nerpetuation of a proper race If the chief of the family found that the physical and mental characteristics of a couple that wished to marry were not of sufficient diversity to neutralize each others tendency to produce unwhole some exaggeration of individual char acteristics in the offspring then be forbade the match Store perhaps than any other scion tlst Dr Byrd Powell an American has organized both thoughts sad rer search on the subject of Btrlplculture or race rearing Powell divided all epees of beings Into Blllloud and San gulne which he termed the vital tent peraments and encephalic and lym phatic which be tonmcdi the atom vital mhe sanguine and bilious tempera meats we all know as beings roubhly the spirited and the calm and refllc tlve Tine encephalic were the purely intellectual people and the lym phatic a Bornewhat nondescript class attached to good living without anupb power ofreflection or Indeed tiharac ter Intellect was conspicuous Ibyl its absence in these persons A combina tion of two vital perUtidl tend 1 ed to produce too much intensity A combination of two novitail temperaments tended to producea minimum of force or character both physical and mental Again a combination of bilious with bilious or sanguine or encephalic with encephalic or lym phatic with lymphatiCjOpuia only have one result aohl type canceled the other end sterility was the result The happy mean productive of the htg1eattype of offspring was found I in a judicious admixture of the san gulno With the encephalic and tbobll iduB with the lymphatic tho latter better still for a sanguine foundation According to these deduotlone M y Edison the Inverter is poeeessed of a highly and most properly JalanceB o C J I iIa rii x f Jw f personality Napoleon according to the same calculations possessed the fourfold temperraeat 0 0 I Where Women First Voted Tie renewal agitationtorequal suf tinge irecallsthe almost forgotten tact that In New Jersey 18f11rrt extend ed to women tie right of suffrage on tho same terms es to men Onto second day of July 1776 two days before the signing of tbe Declaration of Independence the first constitutional convention of New LIEn- s y in session at Burlington for the purpose of revising too old Colonial charter struck out 6f the suffrage the words male freebolders and In sorted the words Ion inhabitants It then road All Inhabitants worth 50 On tads property qualification women voted In Increasing numbers until 1807 Only those few women could vote wSso owned 250 worth of property and these were almost all Federalists ttiiat party continued to control the state until 1807 when for the first time the Democratic party obtained a majority in the Leg islature Tie Democrats at once pro ceeded to disfranchise the white Women and free negroes by an act which it is said was clearly unconstitutional but which never was contested In 1844 a now constitution removed any question on the subject by using tho words white male citizen ALL THINGS EVEN E66S CONE THIS BOYS WAY Lads Strange Power of Attact ing Inanimate Objects Some times Proves Unpleasant A recent news item from Dodge vllle Wis says A boy who attracts to himself nil kinds of inanimate phjectarwhlch take on the power of motion when he appearsIs creating a sensation In Mount Horeb a village near there The lad is Fred Brady 11 yeas old who lives with his grandparents and is of more than average Intelligence He can not account for the strange power that possesses him and Is not conscious of any deliberate exertion of it When tho lad comes into a room articles of furniture will move toward him and small articles lying about will sometimes fly through the air to him as if drawnby a powerful magnetOn occasion when he entered a roomy where a basket full of eggs was sitting on a table one of the eggs Hew from the basket half way across the room striking the boy in the taco with such force as to break the egg Another time a drawer in a sewing machine came out of its place and came flying through the room scattering the contents to every direction An old caseknifet flew through a room and stuck in the floor near the boys grandmother lAa ornament on a heating stove was jerked off and thrown across the room thIngsIlin the house have been performing queer antics These manifestations never take place except in the presence of the boy Some relatives think the child has been hypnotlozd while others Insist he is possessed by malignant spir its Thinking tin homo environment might fcave something to do wtlth the manifestations the lad was sent to the home of a relative three miles distant in the country where it Is said the same strange occurrences are taking place dally What a Man of 75 Did The visit of President Eliot to tho University of Texas and the city of Austin on February 25 is typical of his experiences during his stet of ten days in Texas To Judge fromi the newspaper accounts rail visits to Dallas Austin San Antonio College Station Houston and Galveston have bee one long ovation His program at the University of Texas and at Austin was as follows At 10 oclock in the morning there was a presentation of the faculty of the university to President Eliot in the room at 1015 oclock there was an educational conference which lasted half on hour and then the invited guests were presented to Mr and Mrs Eliot at 11 oclock the party moved to the auditorium to listen to an address by President Elliot an the conclusion of the address President Eliot inspected the university and at 130 oclock too was entertalnedbY President Mezos of the University of Texas at a luncheon at 430 ocloo he addressed both houses of the ilex as Legislature and at S oclock gave another address on municipal govern mont under the auspices of the Busi ness League at 7 oclock he was pro sent at a dinner given by the Harvard men in tho Parlous faculties of the University of Texas Early il1 the morning of the 2ith the left if r an Antonlo v i tl r- lwws7 I tt I 1 EXPERIENCES OF FIRST SKY TRIP i Some of the Sensations of a Bali login Voyage Related by J a Passenger i TLJp in the balloon lofts Where mem bers Q the Aero Club stores the bags- that are expected to carry them sky ward In tbe coming season experts cite hard at work Gigantic envelops are regarded seam by leeam Weak spots are roenforced with patches Doubtful seems are sewed over Ev cry strand and knot rind splice is Inspected Not until every thdng has boon overhauled is the balloon pack ed ready for jsfclpment to the owner for not Infrequently the most trlval overslgnt nay result In fatality In Franco 5500 balloon ascensions toold place without tie loss of a life or with as Utiieaccident as tlio break Ing of a wrist Yet to matter how much reassurance Is given as you ap pear upon tto ground to make your first ascension you cannot elp feel ing uneasy Before you heM to the ground by car loads of santags is a gigantic househigh bag of silk or cotton from 25 to 50 feet In diameter mvaydng gently to and too straining at its fet ters liko a living breathing thing Fastened to the loose ends of the net enveloping the bag is a rectangular wicker basket and in this flimsy Inadequate contrivance you are to In trust yourself for 10 or 24 or 48 hours high in air beyond sight of earth landlngxno man can say where Suddenly the earth falls away There is absolutely no sensation No upward movement Is felt If your eyes were closed you would not know you had started The earth simply drops with alarming rapfdlty and In a few sec onds the faces you gazed Into a moment before ore indistinct Before the ascent you may have had dears If for no other reason than the dizziness that overcomes you when looking down from great heights Strangely how ever no matter how sensitive you may be in this respect there Is no such distressing sensation You gaze down upon the trip of a church steeple whose height has filled you with tawo and the only feeling Is one of exhilaration as for the first time you see the earth as the eagle see sit You gaze not upon a flat surface but into a gi gantic bowl the rim of which is your horizon in which are green fields an woods villages cities hamlets choco latecolored threads that are roads nod silver bands that are rivers vanishing like dewy cob webs Ito the distance What you see Is no less than a col ored relief map of the land beneath you mountains valleys yellow with golden grain hills and dales and un dulationsAbout this time you become aware that the ground has been gliding at express train speed beneath you You turn and gaze over the edgo of the basket for a last look at the crowd below but do not find it Miles in the distance the pilot may point out to you a spot tiny as the pahn of your hand but no sign of your crowd can you make out without the aid of glasses In truth you have been traveling on tho wings of the wind without sensation Were you caught in tie heart of a hurricane you would never realize it for In a balloon you traveel as fast as the wind itself neither faster nor slower At 2000 feet the rumble of wagons and the hum of the usual city noises reach you but your own voice sounds strangely chopped off No reverotion no echo answers it Down on earth It could not be heard even from this comparatively puny height yet men in a iballoon traveling in the some strate would near you five miles away If at 2000 foot yow pilot tost found a satlefactory current that warfshlm fast enough in th proper dlrectionhe maintains this height and proceeds Otherwise ho rises seeking other slant of wind To send the balloon 200 or 300 feet upward the pilot takes a sort of gravy ladle full of sand and scatters It overboard Instantly as you gaze ibelow you can see what enormous effect this insignificant Iota of weight has on the buoyancy of the balloon and by what hairtrigger delicacy the bag over your hoad sus pends you between heaven and earth for at once the earth already so dis tant begins to recede even more Weight of a lead pencil dropped overboard will send you upward 60 feet Nothing Seems rosier than to handle a craft so readily balanced yet It is this enormous sensitiveness that is the balloons most serious weakness A slight oloud between the balloon and the emu and instantly the gas Is cooled and shrinking in volume causes the balloon to drop at alarming rate so that ballast must bo sac rificed Next minute the sunk peeps forth hot and warn and the gas is restored to Its original volume said the balloon being short of baMast dis charged a minute ibefbre darts upward to all sorts of heights unless f 1 JA t Fa s4 the pilot pulls the rope regulating the valve that omits gas from the top of the bag Sometimes a balloon chilled by cloud will fall 1000 feet a minute yet basting the recording of the Instru withwhich sensationofWille sensation of nearing clouds at 2J600 or 3000 feet is a startling one Like gigantic snow mountains clouds hang overhead as 1f ready to fan upon you and as you soar upworden velop you in mist BO dense that you cannot see the pilot along side you Sam of theeso clouds are warms others intensely damp and chill But it is not until you have darted upward through them that you feel you have asthepocot fblo haze of fleece lighted In the splendor of the golden sun On all sides are smw mountains fluffy avalarccs floating now blending in to eacU other now parting company while overhead is crystal clear auzre Bcintiiitlng tingling with golden beanms It Is when youascccd to a height like 10000 feet that you get tno full benefit and excitement of ballooning The temperature at 10000 feet on a tot summers day is frequently below ze ro so Cnt furs and ear tabs must be warn but the atmosphere is so rare tact it causes an exhilarating feeling rosembllrg mild intoxication At this height eye and atmosphere are BO clear that you inn readily see at a distance of five miles the occupant of a rival balloon and converse with tem if desired Sunset is one of the marvels to be hold from a balloon 10000 feet up Below lies a land hidden in inVy dark ness to the west is a flaming seeth ing crimson green coppery crater blazing the farewell of day to humans several hundred miles away Largest Basket in the World The traffic officials of the North western Pacific are much perplexed over a basket that they have been requested to receive for shipment from Ukiah to Brooklyn N Y at Is said to be tie largest basket in the world and this must be true for there Is some doubt tether It will pass through tre tunnels of the Sierra fThe basket is of Indian manufac ture and was designed as a stonhouse for grain It is eliaped like the usu al bushel measure is mounted on poles to make It Inaccessible to rodents and as a huge basketwork cover It is wider than time door of an ordinary box car yet It could not be shipped on a flat car as it would be liable to destruction from thespark of a locomotive Tie contrivance was purchased from the Indians by Dr J W Hudson of Ukiah and by Mm sold to the Brook lyn Institute of Arts and Sciences to be installed In its museum The doctor paid only 25 for the basket but it Is likely to be worth a fortune before it roaches the Atlantic Coast Taking it for granted that the basket can bo moved at all iby rail the tariff officials are searching the class fiction shoots to determine under what rate the shipment would move Some claim the basket Is merely a basket while others contend that it should move under the classification that includes parts of grain elevators Traffic Manager Geary is of tho opinion that the thing is a com crib end should be so billed In any event It is too large to got in any ordinary box car and must therefore take a minimum rate of 5000 pounds although it weighs only 200 pounds Under this interpretation of the tariff it would cost 175 to move the granary to Brooklyn Membership of Rob Roy Local Following are the members of Rob Roy local union No 1505 in good standing April 3 J P McCoy James McSherry H Will Taylor H L Tay lor C N Taylor J W Taylor Jim Black J N Leach S T Williams J N Malln J M Loom Elmer Dar nard R A Sandefur Steven Wester fleold H N Plummer J Jh Barrett J H Plummer Dyro Davis W P Leach Luther Leach Elisha Payton John Herald J H Davis R C HOc Sherry John H Leach R I Bar nard James H Leach Duran aiorrroe A D Leach U C Hocker H T Porter J M Taylor new member D C Leach new member J A Hudson T C Miller H T Leach Jake Loach F M Williams J RiMlc Coy Cercy Herrel J W Maim Bert Davis ItC iMbBley R P Leach J H Sorrels iv S Allen J P McCOY Sec Treas Beaver Dam Ky Taking Things Easy Robin Cooper recently convicted at Nashville of complicity In the murder of exSenator Carmack and sentenced to 20 years In prison will it is reported while out on ball of 25000 be married in a few days and take a bridal trip to Europe He evidently does not take his sentence seriously or be jhas got the girl fooled to a fins Ish Stato Journal foE 01it 31 J 4ra AJ MT + 4 ei++rfLM REAL ESTATE FOR SALE We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadom and half miles from Sunnydale directly on the II H IT E R R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water A four room MUse in Hartford located on the Pike 3 acre lot splendid well of soft water plen ty of fruit for small family This ie a desirable plooe of property 75 acres at Davidson Station on the Owensboro branch of the I C R R CO acres fine bottom land will grow 54 or 80 busbele corn to acre 15 acres of rolling land very fertile Two fine Springs everlasting water bounded on 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 one half acre lot in Fordsvllle opposite col 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 cationCO tract of hill land one mile I from Beech Valley schoolhouse on Hartford and Hawesville road All cleared except about 20 acres two dwellings barn and other out build ings A good four foot vein of coal which Is now in oppcratlon House and lot at the corner of Clay and Washington streets now owned by E Crabtree This is one of tho finest locations In Hartford and the property Is in good repair House contains nine rooms and there is a never falling 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 Beaver Dam and Cromwell public road 112 mile from Beaver Dam in good state of cultiva ton good young orchard grapes straw berries raspberles good 4 room cottage with varanda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting of meat house hen house coal house good well Located in good neighborhood 27 acres good farm land on Prentls public road adjacent to Robert Plum mer good old and young orchard good four room dwelling and good outbuildings 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 out- buiLdings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwelling- and store house one acre of tot 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 butnesss For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty of water 40 acres in timber balance In good state of cultivation 13 acres farm land good house and barn orchard two wells of good wat er at Megan Ky A tract of land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public 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 attending a well kept farm A tract of land on Halls Crock one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres in bottoms two barns and dwelling woll kept and in good condition We dont own itho property W are only agents for the owners and our purpose 4s to bring together the buyer and seller For thin service wo charge one small commission Nc charge If no sale is effected List your property with us or if you wan to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY A Reliable Remedy FOR CATARRHElys It qulCklraborbed It cleanses soothes heals diseasethe mom brano resulting from Catarrh sad drives away sCold in the Head quickly Itestore the Senses of Taste and SmelL Full sIze LiquidOroomjDabl1 I JF3JIIJ1r3If mg 0 U DABNETT 0 E Sutra BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY UU practice their profession In all tha courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals Special at tentlon 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 at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office In the Her ald buildIng R EL WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal pensionsEtccountyOffice M L IIKA VUIN KIINKST WOODWAH HEAVRIN WOODWARD Uoifca c Sittva HARTFORD KY- Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collections Of fice next door to Bank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Dank W II BARNES S A ANDEIISOH BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the prac tice of Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W II BARNES S A ANDERSON JOHN D WILSON ClUB M CItown WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and in tho Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to coJectlons Office on Main St opposite Court House I IIIand TRADEMARKS mptq obtained III PATENTSTHATipMU an1f1olp you to IUCMM sad model photo or iketch tor FREE report SURPASSING Book on Proflub Patent write to B03BOB Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew FOR 101tOLDS f AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATISPACTOB OB MONEY REFUNDED PROCURED AND DEENDEDSeDdlllOdel drawtDII or eipert H report Yree advice how to obtain plelltl trWe matky coprrlahgeta IN ALL COUNTRIES Talon dlrttt will Washington Sores limr Mosey anJofitit rkepalmi rWrittllS mat Stet opp t7nlU4 IUte heat Offlee J- IWASHNGT N O C ROYAL BAKING POWDER IMIuffIJ The finest most tasteful and wholesome biscuit cake and pas try are made with Royal Baking Powder and not otherwise Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar rt RENDER April 13Judson Carter of Echols and W fl Mexander Central City woro here mst Wednesday Horschcl Shull roturned from SL Louts last wednovaday mere lie bar- been for a pow days having bls cork leg extetnded Stan James Jr returned homo from Horrln 111 and Linton Ind last Wednesday sitar n few weeks visit David Fisher waS In Centertown last Thur aJIMr and Mrs Wm Hudson of Cromwell were hero Last Tlmmday Abe Olements or Carrier 31111s III and S F Howey anti V H Franklin of Ceatnil City were hero Friday Everything beD got the lid on In Render now except the loss office ns tho C C and I Co olosodJ then store Friday so this placo Is quite on the the bunt and will Ibe for some timo to come Wm Rursolb ot Echols and iMeh1n Neighbors ot cleaver Dam were pert SaturdaY rorre co Roll was Ia CemJ Clty and Dawson Springs Saturday lIr and Mrs George Dafnkat ot Hartford were hero Strn8ay the guests of Mrs Darolrots rents air and sirs G D Roll Barney MbCabe of Leltehfleldwas Irene Sunday the guest of J W 1D- aler and Simon Jonas Mrs J L Neighbors of Denver Dun was hero Sunday the guest of her parents Mr and Mfrs L Francis James Stephens of Central City was hero Sunday the guest of his son Simon Also lIUss Anna bfayi Rice of Central City was the guest ot her uncle Simon Stephens Sunday Roy Armendt of Fotdsvllle Oscar Bond of EUabethtm1D and JnolUles of Vine Grove Were hero yesterday Sant James Sr was fn Contertown yesterday1V Thomas and Albert Ci inn of Beaver Dam and S S hoover ot New Albany Ind were bore toyL Francis soft today for t1artlns Ferry Ohio where he will visit his father John Francis for the next ten days- E Ii Gwyn Is suffering with ton smus ot this writing Isaac Oser has returned from Louisville after a weeks visit HOPEWELl April 1lr and Mrs John Cum- mins spent Sunday with Mrs Cum- mins sister Mrs Murray Crlnn air Lawrence Alien and fnmlly vls Ited at Mr Hoary Cummins Saturday and Sunday uMr and Mrs Wm Russell spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother Mirs Nancy Russell Mfrs 1lso Vliliarns 1s 111 with la grippe Sunday 1ICool vt tUs place Is pro grestlng nicely Miss Lena Ruseol was the guest of alias Ethel llunley Saturday and Sunday Hiss Pearl fuvurporl of Yysox Is spending a few days with her cou sins Misses Rhoda and MOrgglo WlI- llarns Miss Lizle Graves went to Center town Sunday burs CatTle Russell vlllltel her grandmother from Friday until Sun day Mr Fred Tlltord called nt Mr F R Williams Sunday afternoon Mrs CatherIne Williams spent Sun day with tars Nancy Russell Miles Vero and Murl Duller spent Sunday with their slater Mars Ida RobertsonrCENTRAL GROVE Alrrll 141lr and Mrs J T Rocker vISited in Eikt Hartford lasQ week the guest of Mr and Mrs J A IIoclt- or Mina Dona Cooper was the guest ot hire George Dronton Wllllams Miner Saturday nIght Misers Leo and Ruth Tlchonor vis- Ited Miss Livia MeKormnn Sunday 11 Pearl Rowe CentertOvn attended Sunday school at this place Sunday hisses lIt ttIe and Hattie Reynolds and Ida and Tulle 1111 nton Williams nFridayMrs Elijah Cooper Bas returned from Louisville I Mr and Mrs J P Miller andodAugh I ter Miss IJouva visited at H D- Thughts Friday night Miss Lisle Graves Rockport was the guest of Miss Nellie fuKernan Sunday Mrs D M Park visited her lathe lfr T MI tier Contertown recon ly dflss Myrtle Park visited In Rendor Saturday night the guest of 3hIss In belle Fair Arthur Jaught and Comll Williams Minos visited relatives In this con munity Sunday- time following chlidren engogel1t In- an egg hunt at M F Fauglts Ul9 ter rMnymee Shoulders Myrtle Part Myrtle Reynolds Hattie Dewey Re nolds Ida Minton Tulle Lee dIntoi Pirtle Park Barclay Shoulders Spur goon Park Jess DWhop Layton Imk and Aubrey Vaughn Park Mrs Will Maddox Rockport visil ed her sister Mre W L 31cKernar recently L1s Myrtle Park Is visiting her Aster Mrs Ceo Drunton Resolutions Hartford Lodge No 676 F A M Hartford Ky To the officers and members ofllart ford Lodge No G71i F A M Brethren Whereas We have learned with sor row and pain of the death of our worthy brother Virgil Dlllis Dyer tevenswhleh occurred at his homo dt 1220 a ru April Ii 1909 and it be cometh us to pay tribute to his lire tad his memory on this occasion Brother Stevens was horn In Ohio runty Kentucky Juno 2Gth 1834 and made a mason In old No 166 Ft A M about the year 1867 and on the Institution of Lodge No 6W of Hartford Kr he Was admitted by Grand Lodge card and became a member thereof and lived n consistent enthusiastic Mason from that time until death a period of more thin forty years- Brother Stevens not only Imllded Neil as a Mason but as a christian neighbor citizen and husband arid rather nud while he has been Caller ran labor In this earthly temple to refreshments In that temple on ugh that home eternal in the Heavens to enjoy the fruits of his labors here lu the great fraternity In the sappy beyond Therefore be It Resolved That we an his brother rllasons his neighbors and his friends who knew him honored and lover rim seek to emulate the virtues of his life nun profit by his dally walk among us Resolved That we tender to his ereased family and loved ones tin tenderest sympathy of the members of this lodge and point them to his lite- as an Incentive to those nobler virtues that are always pleasing In the sight of the Grand Master of the Un I verse Resolved That we attend his fu- noralln a body and accord to him the honors of a Masonic funeral service and that the members of this lodge be requested to wear the usual badge of mourning for a period o- fhirty days- Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this lodge and made a part of thr record thereof a copy be furnished to the county papers and Masonic tome Journal for publication and I COllY be furnished the family of brother Stevens JNO D WILSON ROWAij IIOLBROOK- IV H MOORS Amon the lodires Rough River lodge No 110 Knights 6f Pythlaa held rtrn Interesting but em session Tuesday eyeling It raving been nnno1U1Ced lathe Louts lIIe papers that too District Pythian ConTention would convene with Roug River Lodge May lith steps were tnk- en to lnrure the proper reception of tie dostes to the meeting TLere w111 Vrobubly bo 90 or 60 delegates here from eight or ten lodges which ompose too district me follo1ngc- omm1ttces Were nppolnted on Pro ram Knights C M Barnett Ja9- n Williams and E G Ilarjrtss On- ntertainment KnIghts W s Tin ryrH T Collins and J G her On 1lHaUon KnIghts John rrr Moore Layne Griffin and J n Plrtler jj rfncl FAIRVIEW f 1 April 12Suriday eehogl 1 hlSp- 1dCe Js progreseing alcoly ral now scholars were enrolled yeeter day tMr C C White and family wen the guests oMr J R WilsOn nnd family Saturday night Miss Demle F Acton visited her motlterMrs Lizzie White a fwdays last week Dlites Eunee WUson wile ba fee n visiting relallvdsat Olatoo line re turned home Mr Herbett Wilson went to iWhita villa Friday returning home 0unday- d1rs Florence Bean and daughter Miss Alpha were the guests lot her brother Rev T J Acton and tam ly Tuesday and Tused3Y night muss Lorena White spent Thtesday afternoon with het frIend Miss Ru- b1 Aston a111 Olooro Moxley lllld wUelShrove have moved into our mldsttiMn Moxley wbo has been m with con sumptlon for sometime Js improving 3lrs R nWUron vIsited her 61s tel Mrs AmnlO Berldey Friday Iuiss Dessle F Anton spent Taste wIth her frIends Misses Eunice and MAggie Wilson oIlss llessle K Acton spent Easter with her friend Miss Mlnufe Hughes Misses Lorooo and Deu1ahWIlson and Ruby Acton spent Easter swat Miss Lorero White Mr Billie Autry and wife were the guests Of relatives near Salem Stt urday night and Sunday tlItlss Jessie York who is vIsiting her slsterMrs ErCle Wilson attend ed Sunday school bore yesterday af- teNloon Only a few attended the teachers meeting at Mr J It WUsono Satutda night We are hoping for a Jbelter attendance next meetIng Remember everybody ie invited to be present Mr J W Wilson and wlte wan the guests of their daughter dfrs John Myers and tamlly Sunday Card ofThanks i lake this method of thanking tnl neIghbors and friends for theIr sym pathy and kindness In my recent be reavement May He wlto rules the storms and guides the stars guilt and protect you all Is the wish of your friend W J DEAN OlATON April 1tA severo rain and electrical storm which swept over this section Gast week was followed rby a vIolent wInd storm but no sortour damage bas been reported from thls Immediate vicinity although many trees and fences wore blown down Dire Charlie Landrum returned to her home at Owensboro Sunday morning after visiting her parents Roy and I1lbs F 11 Farris Wire Olnton merchants have received their spring millinery and a flange crowd of purebnsers were in town Saturday Easter and all that the good name suggeststhe passing away of the long dreary winter ants the coming of days bf SUnshine the voice of gentle spring the groot day for the Easter egg hunt all those posed away unobserved nO thought of a days pleasure Imprint ed In the child mind to hold In 0- membronce this groot anal good day that suggests so much of the Christ lire Only a low years ago Easter ct0- 1atOI1l meant the meeting again DC old ofrlendsvhdts cram those wba had so long been absent and a day of Pleasure for the children und the older ones too WYSOX April HThe big fitonn which passed through this place Tuesday did lots of damage Everybody Is busy preparing their corn ground Sunday school started nt Wysox- dsratian church April 1111th n large attendance lairs Llnz Jane Mbore and Miss Munl Lee spent from Sundayu utn TuesdaY with her daughter Mrs Dun Daven portLIttle Miss Annie Lora Bennett 1s- on the sick list Miss Pearl Davenport Is visiting her cousIn Miss Maggie Wllllams Hope weU at this wrlting Little ltflssCtfle iieo Wilson is on- hs sick list y Mr and Alts LeeNelson and Mr John Nelson visited Mr and rrs Shell by Nelson Saturday and Sunday Irnnd Mrs Tom Wldick visited 1IImR V DaVe oritSUnd1Yi Mice Prod Davoiipoit visited Mrs Tom VI dick Saturday ilghttltrS Nan Wldlek visited Mir lien Engirs Saturday Mrs Robert Payton silent Sunday rith Mrs Mary Daggell1y Mrs C Daggerly Is vislting her moth or Mrs Morton infra R Y Davenport spent M r- rly nIght and Tuesday wIth Mrs K N ltOnjnir John and Em Green were the gUests of Mr and Mrs Shelby Nelson fonday night n Mrs ate Nelson spent Saturday evening with lifra Robert Payton Mr ndlJtrs Tom Kennedy UPe rldaY night with theli dnUghterM Corn Widlek- rMrCbhrlle J1- I Denton and wlfe and Mrr k i 1 c Ji ViJ 1- H f J It r tj1 r1 FOOT IrlF- L EA 1 it I For the Sprign and Summer 11 I soI- v Jt or 4- SHOEFOR MENS I thI 00i 5H0EFOR MEN 500H SHOE FOR M- ENtAbEioWEAR U B Y ARNOLD SLOE COMPANY NORTABINGTON MASS 1fIiii is in to a to If f f and Mrs ClUlblOl anti Muh spent and Sunday with Mr E M Denton LMUss Al Fultcur oDd airs Fannie Hawse spent with Mrs Kate April school it dills placo WIth Mrs Henry 1vhl lyl r Supt and Sand frnd storm l did mach down feooe hams and Mre JAwvs tOrn don by and arks barn was blown dowut L Sdisses Crola and Golda Davis theIr grand another Last day bUss Iessle made a flying tT1p to Rob yWe arc afraid the of the fruit Is klUed in tkis 1I1rJ mn and wn11y Of Wtl llama Mines aptat rind Sunk day with hire IUIa and Mrs Willie tII1 tThe A S of E met at 1Ut P1 anit dast night AprillOth tlij 11 I i 1Ii t u J You seldom if ever have au oppor I tunityof seeing such a r arryof high class footwear as we have to show 1 you at this store No storecan i nearer meeting the demands r every class customer we cant1 man woman or child who wants the Dependable medium priced shoe p be satisfed here as well as the fastidious dresser King Quality Shoes For men at 350 400 500 as highclass footwear is unexcelled in Style workmanship or material fl J Years successful experience prove it is all that be claimed for any shoe I Queen Quality Shoes For women 250 300 350 and 400 has ben the standardof the M whole United States for years More women wear this famous make of shoe than any other shoes made in the countryW Y2 Any thing the majority Qf women of this coun try spend their money for year after year bound in the place be correct in style second place it give service third the price and quality must balance Oxfords or Shoes price suit your purse be found here Every MAt contributes to the appearance and service been closely looked after by our shoe buyer shoe excellence and shoe service buy your shoesffor the whole family here M E P Barnes Bros KYL nJIf children lenburg Saturday Friday evening Nelson BALD KNOB 13y5unday JSprogrcs eiWgpieely Harrlet secretary ofiati Tuesday damage tearing chimneys Dawiss- chimney plJrtlaUy lightning MrWillie visited Wednag Torvence Friday greatest portion neighborhood Saturday Parks Boyitq Saturday iIfIO come of Qf that The can most and of that can P that first must can that parentaIdr aubjects were ably disoossed Exercises by Duma Parks and Hanna Sanlle fur and vocal music by Rarrlet Sande fur udOOurned to meet onSatU11 night before the foUrth Sunday blrs W Taylor and Harriet Sandefur to arrange pingranl lortlte ladies Miss Olive Gordon is visiting ilIar- rlet SondeCur pt this writing April Makes everybody purchnse n tan MId Po beau It they Ul M fLtw Ragland and daugfiterAn- nh spent the lstSunday at Mr Dan Taylot largo crowd attended church at M11 Pleasant Sunday rq4 Ppb toy lio 9 Dill players met Ilt Rob Roy ball grounds and had a very interesting game against the mntrled men toe JJ1111g1eW the game Soma girls played an iatesc tiag little AprIl joke on the o8Phones are busy again as it is time for April fools Mr Don Taylor 11 S M Taylor- and daughter Emllo wereInBoaver Dam SatuntayT+ 1lrsLesesindttij nttea dod meet lag utiCromwellS DightJ- Iohe Rob Roy blip rswlU meet at the ball ground at nt pkaoe i atur- dv evening It 1 Mff1eHrSa1eI diate sale two first- class farm mules in good copdition and well broker and 3 extra fine coal bank mules that will be soldatpi bargainn next 3ldays For further i particulars callon atHartford 1 JOHN BWILSONI F fare 11