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I Ar tjt atf4 qnbliuFine Job Workr f DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year I VOL xxi HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 14 1909 r Nov43 BOARD IPCATIflN MEETS Many Consolidations and Transfers Made Several New School Houses Ordered Dundee Gets 800 Building The Ohio County Board of Educatlo met In the office of the Superintend d oat May 10th with every member present The following business Was transactedDavid es and Frank Carter were changed from subdistrict No 9 to eubdlstrtot No4 rnhe amount ot ecbol tax paid by the Centertown graded eohol recent ly established Is to be turned over to the trustees of said graded school James Gray was transferred from sub ddstxict No 17 to sub dfstrIet No 18 educational division No 4 David Cooper iwaa tranaferredfrom BuJHdtetrlct No 15 to subdistrict No 10 Bducatlonal division No3 rrhe contract to build the echoed house in eub ddsbrict No 6 education al division No4 was given to H O James and C Hosier and G C Klsslcger for the sum of 450 The site Tepomaneaded by the rom mlttee for wbdletrict No6 educa tione1 dlvdeion No4 known as the O SI Davis fJgbt was accepted for which 10 is to be paid W C AsihOey was authorized to purcbato shingles for the dIng the house in sub divt ct No 15 ed catlopal division No 1 provided the dlstrlct would beer tie expense of putting on the roof J A BeWimy was directed to vls s It consolidate subdistrict No 5 JH1 ler and Sourwood educational divis I ion 3to 2 and locate a huse anl mate w hat changes thought necessary la the boundary of paid dlatrlct F D Baughn mag directed to dd venttee tor sale the old Riclcett school hOUSeand lot andt o contiuotfor and superintend the ibuilding of a new bouse on the sight Seected by the beard- J A Bellamy Is directed to sell the old school tousie and Hot In the Jones district subdistrict No lled ucatlonal division No2 and to lo- a t contract for another house on the eight at Jones Station IW C Ashley was directed to re ceive bids and contract for and supa- vise the contract of n school bous Sir rls Hill sub 1b1iot No9 edu cantonal division No1- J W Taylor was directed to set the tot in the old Vine Grove distrlc- andoid bouse and lot in Hockory dls trict and receive bids and contract for and supervise the conitsruotiant a house in sub d1strlct No 17 educa tionaH division No4 on sight select ed by the bawd F D Baughni was direotedto spa 800 in the construction of il h at Dundee and supervise the OQ13ttuo tioa of some J L Brown was directed to receive i bids and let the contract for and sup ervtoe the construotlon ota Dohool building at Broadway Mines on the sight selecteedby tUe boa d Ante Hayherae was transferred front sub istrlot Np 7 to sub distr ct No 8 educational division No2 Archie Rhoads was transferred tram sub dietrict No2 to sub dlstriot No8 educational dlllsbn No 2 iLorenzo Milkmaiid dolor CtirterWre tn u forced rrom4 UbiaiMlct No12I to subdletriot No ISf ucailloaail dt vision No2rPleaaant Want sibddtst let No educattesaal dlvidbWNov 2 fa cdbeal Idited with Shi ve ttbdlBfrioENo 15 educattq Ulvlsltni Nq 2 Of the total uhher ofPtl11a ha cbusolldafad dletriot Qhwre Itreo FloamatWaIkSonaaildebed No 8 Was dWW bSIW4tatotmspbi2lgtloZtNo bfaieyapt fatr1i ic40du conal division 915 n Vj rrThe treasurer sup directed to pay =160 to J W Hall for spa jfurnigh ed Fbndevtfla oolorajtc adl 4It Jhetrstasurer ma dlreqted to have deeds t6 6Choollh recorded as they are presented 8olditQpay tor tDlthisr gbpotYtns dub dts i1 t ItI y 4 t 1 + MtA 1y Irlct Ntf tils divided into two s ib disriCtNos dept and15 Small hous educational division No 0 Ooffiucin eu6dltsrlct No 11 and Low sauceeore ed and cale4 Lower Point sub dEs frict No 12 in division No GISupt pefWieeaa was autihcrlz d eod directed to alga notes on axiobuat of the Board of Eduoitlon for the coq etructdon dl eahool tenures ihwetotore ordered by the baiTd W T TayJoi James M TajiIorfSu Eon 1L Tiytor F Lc Taylor E P ainderfur ondi J W Taylor wet I transferred torn sub tstrict No J7 to eubdlstf Igt No 14 edut itlona dI- vision Np 4 Supt DoWjfiere card tlhe ohulTtaun of educatlcaal division No 4 to elect ed are directed to visit sub dSataict No 17 laiutotlonol dlvtoioni No 4 and make a chansa in school hoUSe- s rtht as tboughit pructlcab The foOJowicg iwill be the offiJctal designations ci iflina colored wboois In the oounty Hartford No A- IMcHenry and Broadway No B Taylor Mjhes No C Beaver Damn No D Rockport No E OonsoHdated Horton BmulKious Fordsvltteja nd OromveUNoF The Board adjourned to ueel on Monday 14th day of June 1909 JAMES il DoVDDSEO1mn J L BROWN Seoy POPULAR YOUNG MAN COMMITS SUICIDE Carbolic Acid Used With Deadly Effect Forrest atBennett1 JJh tForest BenttttIh eldest Bon of 1Mr and Mrs Jo S BBa living in the Beda nelghhoa laoderas found uocoactoua at the stable early litMIonday morning and died before ho could receive medlcJbl atUentlon As tie young man read been In the very beBtpfhealtnand hod received no In Juries ihls death wee a mystery for sometime Later hOWever a bottle containing carbolic acid was Cound In a trunk in the room from which the had goae to the ibarn presumably to feed the stock It thus also been atoned that he purchased tie carbolic acid from one of the drug stores la H Sirt ford late Saturday evening It de velopes that ihe Heft u letter Intlmait ing his Intentions but we are uaaible asalgaadreany reason for his rush deed Ha was about 21 years old sad a young man of good chaiuteter Industrious and kind to hid parents and aasoclatas His greatlytwhich he lived and ass a sad blwI to his pareals and family Funeral services Were t fid Tuesday morning In the C P Oburch at Beda conduct ed by Rev T C WlteonoOSor Which eaterment took plies la the cemetery bye y Died of ConsumptionI Mrs Cicero MoxleydCed at bee hama near Fairview three miles west qt- I Olutoa Saturday night at 1 oclgok aSter a lingering illneas of caaisitaw Mon She was formerly MlarMiude Aden beinga duwghiwr of fir tfSo W Allen who rostOOe on Route No 1 iMra irox33y yras burled at Mt Vernon lilomluy at 10 oclock Do mIHer 4 rather Frank Allen of Ren der was at tier bedside when shy died Mtea Daisy Ain ot MassKkja Ohio was not here having returned home only a taw weeks ago Oirs Mpxley leaves a husband a eart ra unity tb mourn 1h0 doss ThbJd Suit Izibkte sniffOt br A B B1i a pat phto county pending ntl1e iFe d1District Court for Wa4ern Kantwky- a rullug Qr Jpalge vaaui on Am c Itoma to strike out certttkxjx rar c of daealtota aasaerida beoaligg = 1y1a1Ithanfile ruling of the court on tie ass Ripe does oot affiot Ahe status xrf ease on Its meribeo whatever The ruling U more favorable tJo CDre fttt fendant than R the plalntWf as the court ovarniled tihe demurrer to the hird psltagtephnttl e ssYaweArphs + ew iie1f bet IledBt bh9JlQY ialtterftrlril0 s sbdra I 1 M i1ji tJttLbT w J h r r 4 w v I BRILLIANT CLOS ING EXERCISES Hartford College Pupils Be fore Foot Lights Entertainments at an End This Evening When Diplomas Will be Awarded Hartford College has never shown oft to better advantage In the enter= talnments given at the clbse of the session than during the present week Beginning Monday night the cltlze of Hartford aril the surrounding pu try have been delightfully entertain at Court Hall by the pupils of this celebrated institution of learning Upon the advice of Prof L N Gray a small charge for admission has been made with the understanding that tl Q amount above actual expenses should go to a fund to be expended for llr biary books At first there Was some objection to this arrangement as these entertainments had always been given free but when the matter was thoroughly understood all objection was removed and the people have patronized the entertainments liberally and loyally On Monday evening the pupils In the primary room and those of the third and fourth grades under Miss Mattie Moseley and Mrs Julia Wed ding teachers gave a splendid evenings performance to the delight of all who were present The little folks dll marvelous stunts In their various roles and showed that they had been welt trained In the short time allot those who have had them i- njMc Tuesday evening was given over to the pupils of the fifth sixth seventh and eighth trades who were under the direct supervision of Prof A E Ellis and Miss Mamie Shown These pupils furnished another evening of delight to the large audience and gave evidence of the highest training on the part of their teachers On Wednesday evening the declam story contest was given and was par tlcipated In by the following young ladles and gentlemen Miss Bertha M Leach Mr Elmer Allen Miss USa Dunn Miss Ruth Riley Mr Levi Col wan Miss Hattie Glenn Miss Myrtle VlllIams Miss Ethel Raines hnd Mr Otis Wallace Every piece was given In a masterly Vay and presented a very difficult problem for the judges ot solve The judges were Prof Run yon of the Beaver Dam Seminary Mrs Ractitl Shultz of Pleant Rlage and Mrs Finnic Berry of Hartford The decision ns tendered In favor of Mr Levi Colemah and the handsome gold meoljjras presented to him In an appropriate address by Prof Runyon on to fot the Hart ford School Board Theysefcond hon orE went to Miss Ruth Rllfefcjrae hav ing received one vote tor li4 place t On Thursday evening theWpllsof the Collegiate department gave rdirfc ma entitled Mr Bob vjC- HORUSMlsses Mary and AIM Keown Erne Render Margaret Marks Messrs Isaac Foster R W King H A Field and EG Schroeter DRAMATIC rPERSQNE Philip Royson Ivo Howard Robert Brown clerk for Benson 3ea sonRoy Bennett Jenkins illsa lie beccas ButlerMcHenry HolbroA Rebecca Luke a maiden lady sIMary Marks Kathertee Rogereiiar niece Miss Jennie Taylor Marion Bryant Katherlneeitriendr MiqtftfAJt nle E Keown Patty XMz Rebftcb B maid Mlsa Nora W Wja r tInstrumental due r jJ 3tiegea iMsry and AhceJCeown belyf acts V lonlghtthepUhllig exejctSe3 wt lr close shy we4ka m 1iPiVrpgp1 tn fe as follows t lIQD Ydr Flla Jnatrjamantal oloSIleeMaJ- ral T Italian rCaaruarrMl88es cMargatet Marks ri4P Mary and Ali e fteownsMeagra Isaac Foster EG3- chrpetFr lbl1w King andE 4 Field tMuslcaJ Flte sand MlsfitaHon plllman Riggs f Male QuartetteMessrsZ Wayne Griffin R P Walker E F Jilrjdeal and Dr Jv R Plrtle vi v Awarding of Mayor JljHwfVlHUma prjzc dctloAary bYrC k J u8tblisaee t I iargaret 0 rs Nal and Mary Keown 1t sentatlon of DlplomasSpillm- Rtgrs GRADUATES Nora Leona Wedding Anna Eliza Keown Mary Elizabeth Marks Lawrence Mitchel Gary Roy Coleman Bennett Frank Griffin Foreman Class MottoDeeds Not Words Class ColorsAlice Blue and Gray The lecture by Mr Splllm n Rigs tonight will be the crowning feature of the weeks entertainments Mr Rlfcgs is a humorist of note and comes to us with splendid Indorse ments Hs lecTure will please all classes of people and will be replete with run and at the same time deale with the serious side of life No should tall to hear him Roosevelt Lands Rhinocerou- ss Ai bulky bull rhinoceros Is tile la Junglefcdents camp near lao QkOd wool has been brought that thu luck of the Roosevelt petty continues und that 15 varieties of gAme including toe big rhino have been Ragged on the last expedition Tie rhinoceros was ctargtag Me Roosevelt when the hunter ftrel TO dfetance wa 14 pates and the noire fell jded Tile naturalists of rte party aTe kept bUy preparing the trophic VoW l Mr Roosevelt and his saKe mlt are bringing in dilly FortyJive skins Already have been prepared for the Smithsonian linlute ut Waai lojftoi TO CONCENTRATE FORCE ON HARTFORD SECTION Is Plan of Construction on the M H and EWill not Tap Main Line at Clover ort 1 The Mdatsaavllle Hustler publishes tho ifolowing Interesting story about the M H and E R The promote a of M H railroad have ordered a suspension of work on the line north of Madison vllle a telegram having been recelv ed here notifying the foreman 1 thleJ would be effective after Wedoiftiuy Work was accordingly Buspendeid Wlesday and when It Is resumed on this end of the trial is u matter Of mu3h ddubt The men who have ibeaa employed north Of Madisonljle have been paid rift and dlsehsrged until their services Sure required again FOr tain Kunnely will leave In a few toys for Hartlbriiand will aasist the force rf mea at Work on that section of tteJbad It is CnJlerEtocd bhtet the reason nxxk wtia rSTMpendedi on Shis etd of the rbzdlCat iebaisetihe Jpfertaot r intended to Jajr tba reinalnxSer bf tae truck Iwlta thettuCkliylBc toicaiae wbl h I STS more fceeV Jturltos the tllar thaiitH force ot rr1w oit work this drvJsTidn Ofwe road THe fefcMoa 4bi 5 hob Reid about Vw and ord bad nV11bs br gel bID o the ih llroad cceSthia L rni rord ito asrt time woul hate r thor CoasldetabeN biIbOOn made In laying iiut of Halt fad and wlth ytt6a 1ve3itb t Vitcaadltianti 1p- y during the paat ifBV sH beset layednafl a d a I tag to Qeportsvserkwt11 eB JulY but Milk l3Dt 6eertltia- nd is onlyguo work ort bagql tofthcse whoe iIIedt1elrUttim An ohI1ci ht a lto3dcdt1S at Lou yille JnBa ntldM1ewp ve out a positive went that tbe M jfev Eij5jllroad wlH not tip the azni line of Use Henderson Route at OlOT erport br vmn use the track of the Fordavlltei lairanch avid wilt conncet vltb the mala dine at Irvington AIM number ot men are at work on the butobTnoyv and amral taint r forces wiH ba sent out In the near future The J Brooch wilt practically be rebuilt and+ some ohangea will beI made In theroute making the rood Btraightwr aaipassiblr leeBenlng the mileage in Breckenrdidge V tf3ldetaibyi Theguetttmu InterviawedcLCtated that thsere u14Jpro Mrio- changetaach4nbeccthe BranOhtralj t lfIJI f 5 PRISONERS ES CAPE FROM JAIL t Lige and Roy Crowe Cut Steel Bars Bill Duke and Jim Johnson Too Large to Pull Through Sometime between midnight and daylight yesterday morning two act ed prisoners made their escape tram the Hartford Jail They were Elijah Crowe under sentence of seventeen years in the penitentiary and his nephew Roy Crows under indictment for the murder of Emllis Wade mile former wtb convicted at the Thfercn term of tie Oalo Circuit Court partlclpatloa la the crime and at the honingpikIldalof Reform at Lexington The mur den was one of the most brutal ever committed In Oho county the three Craves laving gone to the tobacco Held were Mr Wade andphis wI were at work the shots being fire by Roy Crowe without any Immediate provocation on the part of Wade who was unw tel It Is piic4cay cer tame that Roy Crowe would hive r served a life sentecwe If his erse hjd gone to a Jury and but foe his youth may have been sentenced to death No one knows Just bow the escape wis made but the ones must have hcd soma cutslde assistance In getting tens as toe work on the strong stgbars show that It was done a regular E 1cooock taw and la a very workman ilke manner Two prisoners viz Bill Duke white and Jim John son colored remained ja the jilt afl though they couM have escaped tw1 unless tie opening which was wry ynuil In the steel cage Brae too co for itie e men to pull tarough Du aEhas a penitentiary sentence staring him In the face for breaking Into glnsang patch en ihe farm of Mr hae made their escape had they so havd6 made by the Crowes as they are h considerably larger Duke oktlms t most of the cutting on the steel w done by Jim Hewley about two yes stoago and for some reason was nev completed and had been ever since Upon gaining entrace to thy out= l e corridor the men had paratlvely easy sailing as the roc below are unicoup e 4 tare the Jailer liveS in the new cobtige near Jail built by the County art yea They drew some nails from a tool cap nailed on a hole In the floor which had been us for a Kue years ago wiilfc the all was heated by sMv03 Thy then swung down through tea tooTe and droped to tkai floor idlitance ot twelve feet IesSI the lBoth btthblt bodies Duke eaya tit flop ba kro ah h3rd tail x lI Zefudo Mb be76w I st dnbs pro Ceerled Ap e aimc ftki t- daq et49 old TdrH alnd t 84 j IriteBOJLy ti vyIvlii ke trvlb7 t tdito raeDtbfi e Ji Vi tert tapii billerYita Rm a bgs j1ef 3 t ts le e aeLovttl tiit 1 1Nto weeB f 10 n Q to 1 h II ki vP It Ii of idc 1 sIItJM hnI record atisXbeing pane dfe the county tiewusual thegIf not the onry meta of the kind tn Ohio county DHFlgen t pfaiiedtoreveriier ut wolchV roUt Jm beea left behind Whclh nod been used by the prisoners The old steel cage has suffered the some tae nrany times In the past twenty years and has been paohed K many times tat dt Is Very fllttle hindrance to resourceful vrlsoqera whea tha proper Implements have V f rlrj t It Y Gsverc r Wilaon to oatec a rdwatd for their capture CaughtFor ono hel been stealing glnwug from biter Columbia Glnserg Cos garden out on the F W Plrtle farm The thief had entered several timed taking only a few pounds of the snot each time Aa the evidence WIS wanted togeOur with the thle the ownerfl of the garden deoWed they would catch hire In the act Plains were arranged and last Fri day morning about one oclock a bur ly nogro armed wlht shovel and SlOt waa discovered iby Mr Henry Plrtte who after watching hIm a few mo ments covered him with a gun arM ordered hands up The thief mud surprised and exoteJ prompsly obeyed saying they are up boss 1rPlr tie took him to his residence and after communicating wJth Sheriff R B Martin Drought hire to town and placed him in Jill The negro gave his name as Jim Johnson dHas Wm Mliler and had boon shut iHartJorU and vicinity for the past year claim oneorever stracge as it may seam both his lieuIng and speech quickly recovered wdiea he looked Into the muzzle of HYJ1Yo gun Johnson waved examtttlDs trial and was ted over to await the action of the grind Jury Thesis is a spwtri Viw on raiding bydthe Met will find the wayn o the trans esr had He has ImpJoatod Others as belrs uxxeseory this Is dtag l avestgred NEW PASSENGER TRAIN ON ILLINOIS CENTRAL Will be Operated From Cantral City to Paducah and Re turn Every Day I new passenger frjJn which will be fciowni as No 33 Is to bo divisionke tween Central City and Paducnh 1This trata la to be put on for Mw coa violence of thy people llvlog atone IliaateFmen tral City Greenvlle Danaon havedn an aooom modation of this kind operattl oa till division and their efforts have beoa oftQ sfIl3nerw time cast which goes hi eject Sundry giver tl1tj departing O4tyd r n- Itm wdl naive la Paducah about aboutmsor StnttJ- wm be mwxla at all slirloas sad the willrdivision to go to Paduoih and retinas hxue6e some day Birthday Celebration A surprise dinner was given IrS Laura Carter Monday 1m boner of her ttiirty ixfthi blnthday A delightful time was ported by aH who attead ed Tbe dining hill was deoomWi vary beauMJuiiy The evening was Spent in playHlKKgimiea and singing ThOse present were Mr and Mrs T H Browo and grand children iPr nd Wrs W I Brown and family airJip A Aatqn 3leeiamses tI WLlterRena Gar Featr J I Fnln M- CteU air afe Onaxf hult aatt Sffn fawn IBHo Raafrow ifesa ajfurpJiyi6i Ie Power runt c ct o IUd e Kliiit SiMB of Llreinmdre W bdthtf eung women with a dodr 714 Wed lay evening J t out near Livia nd oa ilitefticv refreshmenta weird aerved atT3iBfcwfectioaary All v sported a gobQ9tse In tie patty L Ware Mrnnd Mrs George Rico Misses Verda Aahby Marttia BlmJ mane Marlnda Ella neat May Atihorw ton Kdtherlne Qul g Myrtle Bonnef Pearl Tate Maasra Harold Newton Quay Qufgg Aithur end Hlteha lAh ertnn Otha Ashby Fred Mutton Hilr oa Bennett and Nester eefIiOwenDbomo Inqutoer r I i hr Y ia r HANfiHER SCREAMED MO I wkr OEWomen When Helen Boyle Left Court Both Convicted of Kidnapping After Willie Whitla Told His Story r SVhlle bo1ng taken from the Merce County Courthouso back to Jail during the trial of the kidnaper Iloya b Deputy SherUts Mrs Helen Bo- was e attacked by Q mob of pert 1000 pen3ons mo8Uy women and 4l waS nuly by grant errors on the Par t of Deputy Shorlffs business men and several minISters that the women were prevented from doing g tat bed t11 iniuty to the woman wbo hI chaTg- cd wIth having kldnapoo WJIB- Whltia e and who writ pkoaJ ontrtal later and convicted James H Iloye her alleged husband had been convicted or kidnap Ing earlier In the day and he wets be- Ing taken from the courthouse to jail with hIs site mtren the deco onstrotlon oocurredIrile mob had been gathered frI sumo hours In front of tJlw old schoolhouse wboh is doing duty as a court Iroure and whon the woman appeared In tim custody of Deputy Sheri fY Stuart a rush was made for herprdn- ciiatly by the women There sh- s e Lets lang her We oont rany jury screened a big womMl teomed to be a leador Look cut DJnt come near me or Ill make you climb a tree sal d Mrs Boyle quleUy Wby dont OU go dome and wnA your face sh added as a final lloot The mob swer mod round the omsn with loud angry ones end it wuonly wIttr tt grtaateet durtcuy tIbrt Stuart rlded by eevral men Iaciad- lRr g J S Dunwn of the Plm Press bytoru Oboroh or cMercercouM Ork ids 181 through end start on Ste nix squaro walk to Ole Jail Tie woneen were moat bitter and- Pone or Lbem hClutadGet s Tope cad lets fix the ktdteier at w4rloh Mar Itoyle thing back daflaiwe only and aattod to tone of thoie hoar llor that if she were only turned to se- by the orfioeN ahe would chose you ail two nt 1 tkne 9healf WIlH1Il1 Oho vttto h sd obsrge of Boyle did not tarry La tite mob He seemed or the ophdou that thoro might be in Ue mobs noise Q plat ooacw 1ed tQ liberate Boyce- he 5D hurled him editing handcuffed land with hsllamd aIRttya on the butt Of Ids gun Tlloe attrxk on Mrs Boyle ws the mlrh of a nowt excitlag day Junes I oylo was oonvlctwl of kiduappirg by tie Court In JUrd time It took but one hour or the tastintony of little Will4e W1ftJ1 tll kldnapped boy toblneo 1leartrs Arderzon Mille- rk StTawlen doe rureeJ thAt he toed not a obftlK9 In roia wcdr- Jbty took htm ouj of Court and I cried tIiit hfl triood gulisy Jut to would not TJey fra cC1Iwlne- edbtItt1IAt1t 1m unsafe to go on tos- taail or taaee any defense oDd fI- Ib wee wan paaaed to Cite Jury Wltth out aey darer+ e and a rerdct bf- rlutity wets quky raaoael lie wtH tfitltel1Ced uthe trial or 1I1i le Is ended lrt UoyJe wan alrcody 2n court for firer tries ten te Jwy mot in WWI the vordifht cl1lt hilr 1uband Ye6 = ttwo Went cit gtd I musele4 vutdt 94 recd but Imvll1l1 iheth- ae6tgt loktr ove the Jury 11st tAft it a pnolwwe being ekrstd 1 r- tbo ttis1 of the rrxnan i1fa 11J4 teak lively part in pbklag tic owu jury Sire seemed to hate s 16ln1nog OOAsrl y UIlJ tend unaMr1e41ceuTkp of little Willie Whltl- alatdast Boyle today was one ot the ldstdrae tI the trlyl III1i toad ad trit- efrets In detaJW acd of en l e tt- htrugIi JloJas OIItOiliIfN tiin w tlli their hands 1dnut the kfdday4e bf Wm1t Wliitla- WW pllUllw oed put into exeutlon- by a rdriaUve f the WbUlIJ ftroUt fa the tJllltum blob James 110jle wZIIlte to tako Dt Mil triad end which ho averts hetIi not perniltted tmake by tA atloraey foimew Jui1goS It I tinmor JaJlltd II Day I wau serlte7crl to I JUt hUtlNtolll tout In the Wllitn- l nlteJUuIY at Pitabuzgigrhidn- Aping of Billy Wtdtbi M4Jloe indicted Ih1 Mary Ili qtr iilvpd Ii Mn- teDo of twentyrive years with u fine of 5000 acid We costs of the pioEdrfdrt4pu Dental Society to Meet rbederrUMs In the SlEite arc show hug more tluu Uc usual unourit of luteniSt In rho oomlDg anoutl meet lug or the Kentucky StJJo Dental Asb- OOlfttlOD to be hold at Cray Orchard H J f e y u f4nr tor Lu dt iJAiIa7 L0 f SprtntS May Ii 18h anti 9th Ar- raargemonta te being Crude to make this mooing tho argent aril diet Int the history of tM Aasodatlon- 1eotistry unlike mane other pro fesous lies made such rcmtd tildes In resent yam 42at the numerous text bricks on its different branebes o iy no row years old are almost wort Lars making It IIiI1Jncet obligatory for the progNShe dn1llst to attend theft meetings U be conceded a hick num ber A folturo ot this met1hg will both Pa+ t taken In Uto progrvm by thu- Iccal sooIOUes that bwve been TCootly- ort1nUzed throughout the ttate Fzcb- txinty los oootM an eseryIt md a- 4umber of clinicians athtclr nil annk- erthls a unique and tnderestitng tag awr3Jl c the local exiohlas wIll attend la a body A Scanded Boyhorrlfted rills grantymotuer 3Ir Mara Takr of Nebo Ky c113 writes tIlm- tti1en nil uboughtLo would rile Duck lens Arsdm 9atva wholly cured hIm lnfahltble for Burns Scalw Cute flora Wounds Bruises Cures FeverSr Bulls SkIn Eruptions CI1J1atns Chap iced hands Soon routs PIlM 250 at ill druggists m GARFIELD PRAYED IN TIME OF WAR Veteran Tells Interesting Story of Middle Creek Battle Tbtls s the spot The grizzled vetetstt of the CMl War ge his foot a sweephlg swing to pert the briers and we IMtEtd up under Ute ledge of rooks Early of a mornling before sun rise late or ILIl afternoon slier sunset I Mare sees him here abne praylagl Arad so lie had The tin fink eta in tile hud of Hap blow near Pt Ietst1Be Ky and b ri ultred by all ovdrrbaagtng rook The winter ol lSGI was oft open one Gea bieSffwith t1s regiment the Fortysecond Ohio WA eaoarnped near Pmtsille The town xas only a- very smell tillage then and Garf1leld- woa ouly a oovonel Jut bo lid beeh- ats7gned an tmpatatt duty Gilleml- Duell was irrei Yng to nova sga lnet- Naauville by way or BowUng Green Western KO1tutky however wars lu the hanlla of the Ooutederates sn try tthe uWtern part of tie State and It was therefore xaalderel flatly for UUeU tJ attempt to march through the enter with a powerful ammy on each flank Accords gly Grllctl was sent to drlve b e Csfrom the mIUDt- oJlllIl lils OCe3 wee augmented by the Fortoth OMo loan y the Fourteennth and the Twentyseoand Kentucky Infaniry and eght con Il1nc3 of the Wild HOIS Cwaky In all about three thousand men Ge erIfurn Trey Mussa6tw1Ur a force of five th1U911TcJ Confedenes was eataanohed lol ILger Hill three nles south of PbtYIUe 7olUcof fer with anther IfWeul acmy oC Con derates tab rrtaarrg through the CumJoud Gap to cpolilte w th Mraho4 On the Sift ol JomuUI- SG2 Gar leld rcLIed to attaok the lotTOrrclUODt at IlIgtr Hill Jut MarszUfe rZg that his grcutl wti- suntenublequietly wkbdaow uadercov- r of Ibrknetl and tack a stronger patitton ou Jiiddlo creek eiit mllel authOd Ue mrnlng of the Jth Gar- fieti eecounteo1 Msrehaiia c tre rte in the Middle Creek ay StJtll 1Ig11t6ag follaxeiard katod the lrhoa- lr The lots can heevy on boht- saesI Notwlthstanctrg the fxtttnt1- 1larstalsacmy fO iht r i the cover J rock and troeeii Gpfdeds anen- atlmu ateii by the oxaxtte of hhe r- axnniondar wee dual UWir lIknvYni6 etidyanddOttIettveead4 wham dark Ii6i6 I tIM own over the bntUofieW- tbnt iilgM the vktaryfcc tie Upton- fonial was declslve Tie night tIirt 1dtu3 dark and togs It ls rated4Y acv eeWlw s that lnii4 c rtkdA tirea iupiow ora pine As hQ knit theIMtrUngrrut h 3cuto- fnrelraht d v1Il MAfsttuliscSinps muml udlCdtleriark fbttL56 If utas Ma- vQhtillLurtdtgvCieytiJlrtthat oouJJ mpelto his tetrest through Ure maces taUgJfq Ue Ponud Gup end s ro 06 bxffsninte t wl1lght the next rnorndng wwcd the iteld abandoned and the enemy gone When the new that Go ei l wt been ordered up the Big Sandy agiartJ- larshall trrr a nouneod to President Lincoln It toS SIItl that the sudfacod President ought SJlcJ3ry Snoton and asked who the nnn wa they were willllf anbo such dangurously close qunrter- rGarfleds oomrnttdeoa en n brfga the1btt1ljon C t4- h1zv WONDERS OF p HUMAN BRAIN 1V Human Efficiency Depends Upon its HarmonyAJ L Is a Wireless Station and Plain- is the C Q D says Scientist It lire rocen5ly been asked Is h human brain no wireless sutAonjnnd Is not pain the C Q D7- Tue tmaglnatlon s an apt onec1 l- Ing up tlc question of the fotr0va- whtch fill the universe and harm bebn much considered by the Eastern wise men and adepts The brain i a wireless stat4I1 whIch sounds n warning when these i discord in the relation between the forces of the individual and those oath which ohe is reatal Human health and the rnaxlmum o human efficiency depend upon the rythmtc harmony of the functions toM therefore unity or all these dl verse batteries under the perfect control of ttlt centralizing Power mhloit has its fingers upon the key connect- Ing not only with the great central dytthmo of life but also vvltli Its fin- divldual central What is that f4nger7 Yaws conscious thought and his will power when to wills touse It rho Tattwtc law as the Eastern Philosophers call it explains the ntat ter from one point of view rI3ttwc- sgnUIe3 a mode of emotion and the Ilttwlc lax defines the sooalled elh- erdc forces or tattwas dltferentlated by their form of motion that tis their ribretion and two others still mxo- subte and vatlymare powerdulwhIolh for cleuet Impre1e lon we will name primary forces or bttter still one creative force In two phasosae tire and pawlve or pelthe and negative They are the Live and Wisdom which created the wxlo universe and wMeh make ita contlllued exlstencr- poselbe Out of the Interaclton of these come the five othos forces ore after the other modlfloatilons of the prtmewal lifevave- Thlere forces aTe 1 other 2 nl 3 fire end light the sane vibration In different states 4 earth Tree first tins ohe dlstinotion or being Ue- 11Ipelldlng subntanoesound spine granulescut of and In which d it the others Me evolved in over tnervssllrg complexity differentiated In color as wen ss fom of vibtnton and there fore In qualities and effects These are the uiysterifcus eUOIC forces which carry the w lrolersmCrigo and they not only surround us Jut flow through and feed our bodies wth ever lIreSl1g breath- In their subtle forms these farces play throughout anrns body rurntsl1 leg the power for Mil btterls l1in1 being the Nnel g ageJts cf the whole physical economy Every force his its special ffod cd setlvilty were all tough tine other Pokes are present It is 1lMmunt- llans marveus nerve system fur nlEhes the conductors rm these life forcac and puts hint in contact wUt ill external frcees Jbsro dntra to tar than the most oomI1ox switchboard that man bu over invented oi his own rrhate Inlera1teluS1allb tystecn enrich tarswEts to every cell molecule wd l1t4ll the drce neC06tuy for Its ncrwa1wtlysty Its Ue Affinity Is to guiding influence directing tho activity ot tnere electric tbouitsfrcniia1 saoeuratey as tte tlegllh wire ttWIflmkos the tdgwtis that spell words Ad elate Is filled wth thlo vbrz+ ofatomsty of form andcoar are fleetieg aitn- eryital pahntuys lrcmtit to sta- rl ptlt to planet mlldnb sun and moon to eU thepallets Ttcso cuc rents el cage from moment to moment and ht4rto1rour IUS the vcrlous ceii woveliiocurrenltJims poWer to cm1fTand tfrese fSJjs1tmwandfrst d all the choice or the purer end tigher tones to rent v U1 hisIlitOJ4lutlOisIMs thoughts and holding them toy givenamNew York Wold- Sleeping striaListtie1earonole John C Chair berlin co called by his many fdonds Ills b dY tYts grave hut we fully believe iris soul 4s here with Goth Tho the 7ous h MeCUty- 4 It c tt J lug it to feat mtnb1eaY back to old mother earth yet the splrkt no doubt tiara aaqa twelddng so lil1lb1oIaway to tnuab N xv or again can 0 looknorotatlo way nd see him goIng to and lroglv attention to bpaae sunaundinga and stnttg Iwteiet in Whet nCsxis were dolsg abouttho farm No snore we hoar lids oteorful ewvnds l1hcot once td ndor and touching voice Is stilled forever Loc onewe knoW full mall the cup you are row drink lug js all bdttternesa We bId you look to the Heavpnly FGhes as Jesus did tn the Garden or Gethsemane and pray Father all things ere pos slble utto Twee take away thds cup from mb nevetlctess not wLnt I will but what TIlou w Ult The moot bitter of this cup can surely pass when you think of tJOOo words U you want to toe a ehshstfarv die Just watch tae which he uttered on the last night of its pllgrlmagv bere A good ml1J gone a noble 11IfeHved- a clean reocedleft on site page ottdm and atoad memory of trim lingers with us still IOh that wa also hy sleepTg Beneath the cl1urohwd sod With our bodies at rest On the quiet dxlrthg breast And our souls nt home with God B L fir FILIPINO LEADER TOi VISIT UNITED STATES Aguinaldo Coming Over this Summer to See Seattle Exposition uAcorditg to reports rom the province of Cavlte AgulnaMo once Pres Ident or the Phnipplines Repu151ic 1W1II1 pay a ongcontempbted visit to United Statesdurtng thetoomlng summer SInce emergtng from Compulso ry proteeblon of the Fedreal Government on July 4 1901 Agulnykio bas been a close resident IOn his taolenda- about fifteen miles from the naval station of Cavito His interest in OOl politics hasnot been especially markedlLl1d bs me has been one ot quietness and rural re tlroment For severalyears back Agulualdo has devoted considerable study to Amtlloon pOllllcs sad oonI dltJlons and hU expressed IblIt1S of- as desirous of making un extended vlr It to the Estados Unldns It Is now stated that the trans paelflic voyage will be undertaken about the beginnIng of the heated season which lndlmtai that a start will- be made early In July Dho Atask1- YukonPclJIc ExposHon is given liS the principal dbject of the visit and Seattle will be the city nt winch hIs landing on American soil i3 made Whlle In the United Staters the Journey will led the exPresldentand- hs party over the greeter part of the country and when In the city of Weshlngton President Taft and Admiral Dewey will be given cn ornT tunlty for nenewul of nequaintaace- shtpmade In 1898 and 1900I Kentucky Fair Dates diartfordSeptember 84 days Standford July 313 days Ileiiderson July 275 days Georgetown July 275 days1- 11udlsrn lVe Augusts5 Cby- sWtncleiter Ati lju11t 34 days Diuegrcss Fair Lexingtoa August 9 6 data Teylorsvflle August 1GI days Uniontown August days IiorrodaburgAugut 123 days LeItcUeld August 174 days nTbounI August 183 days BrodhefdAugust 183 days ShenhoRlsvilhte August 18 3 days Eulpg August 193 days l Gltelbyville August 245 d8E- llz11ctbtown August 243 days Spt4rglold August 254 days London August 254 days Florence AugUst 254 days Frankfort August 313 days Hnd1u8burg August 313 days NloholllSll1e August 314 days lT mpklllSUlIo September 15 days Fern Creek September 15 days udttown September 14 days lloogenvHe September 73 days Ofonticello Septesbep 74 days Glasgow September 8t days Sanders September 8t hays Kentucky State Fh4r Loulyvllle Sep ternber 136 days Seottsviile Sevtomhe1 1G3 days Bedford October 12 days McLean County Court House to CompletedWork Lean county court house Is JYOrrednltsplendtdly The bUck work has bOOn piautdcnllj- completde and the Umbers tor hhe toot are ncnv being put III plate IU now expected that tim bultding will be completed By September 1It bdxotnos prtrgressescomoillous structure A movement is on toot to buy a popularstlbscriptioq the necessary 1mount will be rvJsed r 11 f t 41Mj M fifJy f lllf F WILL BE80LU IN TOSERVITUDE- Fatfof the Loafers and Wife Deserters MayopHas Instructed the Polic- to Turn is Names of All Loungers The Oweneboro Inquirer diusertnt as follows on the con lUons in Uw ensboro With thb return of warm weathe- the r usual spring end summer nut snneeg are beginnIng to make thOm selv manifest and the authorUh- avee begun a movement to rid the courthouse curb of its loungers Ith- oleee Jf Its WtArt rots the depot of Its hoboes and the city generally of loafers vugrnnts wife deserters- bunco men and takJrs of all d SOI1- pUoas 11ct1vttlcs against these sootl parasites have already teen begun An attorney ot the local bar sug Bested to Mayor OBryan a law d1yt1 ago that he tavb the many loot I with whom OwensOOro Is Infested sol Into EOitude Mayor OBrymj tok the suggestion DS eo Joke until he w shown the Kentucky statute provIding jtrt such n remedy to wipe out vagrancy It was also related to the that several years ago this custom was general and he nos hown a now prominent fsrninr who wras sol 1 Into servitude 20 years ago and woh- oUS aroused Into IlCOmpilshillg something by tM dagruce of the sale After further investigation Into the matter Mayor ODran decided tih the public mleo vagrants ova the best remedy possible He 2CCol1dtzgly decided to appeal to ComUO1wrolths 9 Attorney Ringo Uor astIslaace tlnd- lJans are now oa loot for the stamp- Ing out or vagrancy and wlteo chHd desertion In OwOlIsbo1o anti Daviess county lfayor OBryan ms 1ifUuctC- 1i his police to report to 4ljlm the anises of all shiftless dissolute lounging ports without vslb1e willIbeattorney and aU Or toooa whose eases are aggravated onuogh to demand Im meQloete attention ill be arrested and thrown in jail or eompello1 to execute bowl do the sum ot 100 or theIr up- pearanoe at the next term or circuit curt when they will be Indicted Sections 47584765 of the Kentucky statutes provide that any abe bodied person whO Is found loteriag or ram bing about with no visible moons of support or without some hondst 0011 lag or who has deserted hS habitation and lott a wife or ohlhl WIthout moans of subWtlce or who is idle or dissolute in habit may Ibe arrrcsm for committing a rnlsdemeanor The arrest may be made by authority bra justice of the peecb on Is own Information or on the oath a lIIo1er and the vugrantlf found guilty is to be hod to the grand jury on a bond of 100 In default of whilch he goes to jail On itdictment by the grund Jury the vngnat 1oi1 to be tti iby a jury and If found guilty the jury Sixes the time that he shall ho bound out to labor or VOId Into fentUd the terms being iron one to twelve months The vagrants while or black are to be sold at public auction wd the purchnor exerts the same authority over them as a master dines over apprentices The prccecds or the rile go to lay the OObtsf1t tile trial and are thou prorated among thwcredtors ot the vugrant if tie awes debts Should there tic1b e balance it goes to the 1arn11 of the rigant If he has one and otherwise back to tco- purehuer who Is to It to the va- grmdt at the ezplraso4 Of his servi ForLameness horses fade unt theo wattattt in turn is to be haj AOOount1Jble fee Us use liayor Oprylin tbfnkN that the Chat haul makde lq Awonatto wiA gtIt about rtynlOn Tirare QtIe nano orl the dry ionsfon list some gam whIch Cl4eto be cbsely invtstigadpd SOme of the toooooo fiiactoriee and other industries to Owensboro are nOw looking rx moo so that there can not bu offered the exxuE of beI- ng unable to Und Work The ortlc1WJ neitherea nor D earnest t For Sale Pure Barred Slymoutb RWk Eggs 15 for 100 Tics John W Sanderfur Hartford n F DNo 3 Teloplone through Hartford exchange Weekly Courier Journal HENRY ATlERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper DemooI8ttlo- In politics It prInts aU the news wIthout tear or favor The rc rular price s = 100 a year but you can got dthe WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and the- IiARTFORD RRPUBhIGAN 1Year 50 It you will glue or send your order to slide plpernot to the Courier Journal Daily CourierJournal a Year 6 Sunday CourierJournal a Year 2 We can give you n combluaUoncut rate on Daily or Sunday It you will write this 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horses cattie beep asd poultry seest free kN I II tIi i i r r i rl- A u d OPINION STANDS IFIRST WRiTTEN Court of Appeals Denies An dersons Petition For Modification and Extension 1 of Ruliqg on Question Aris ing in Former Trial P e The court of eippecls has refused to extend or modify its opinion ID th caSe of the comonwealth of tucky ogandtJt T S Anderson artJer iin the defendant WES convicted false swearing in making oath to nI etatement of tine condition of the vleis County Bank and Trust Company pad apeal tkea to the Court of Apeeta end the Dviess Circul- Court Ttivresed on tits grcunds of eltro in the refusal of Judge Btrhhecd to vacate the bench emd in overruling the motion for change of venue to a county other than Davies Application for modification and ex tflnflon was made by Andersonevery point upon which ix rolled for his de fense roving been ellmlnattd by th opinlion of the appellate court in wulrh It was held that the notary public who Swore Anderson to the statement WKS qualified to administer the oath that the evidence was tuffii dent to supporta cocvlction and that confinement in the penitentiary for a term of three years would not be ex cessivePetition for modification and exten Pia having been disposed orAn e son is entitled to boil anti his attor neys tay that he swill be cut of jail within the next three or four days lie can be admitted to bail when the mandate wives but there is some question as to whether the order can be made during a recess of court Attorneys for Atderson affirm ithwt th clerk of the rtelss Circuit Court l the proper person to take the bond cnd that he may take it at any totter me the mandate cf reversal anives Anderson has teen in jail tlrce Jim trary wttn he was convicted But for Ms petition for modlrtication and extenilon of opinion the might have been released Immedtetely folh iiag the Judsainet of revecmal In the court of appeals six or eight weeks ago Anderson wee released freest jai Ehortly before noon Saturday hav ing executed bond in tho turn of 1 000 The mandate of thee our of ap peals reversing the verdict cf the Daviess circuit court rand giving him a new trial was received by the Circuit Clerk during the morning and arrangements were immediately made for executing bock The sureties are John Reinhcjtit Dr J H Hlckmcn S W Tcmpklns and Fred- A VarlRenseeeauT01e bonds was fixed in the mandate end though it cppears rather email it does not represent the bond under which Andenson really stands He was already under bond in the sum of flO000 on one Indictment and 5000 on eau other these being indictments that have not been called for trial Anderson left tie Jail end went to his home without being teen ex= dept by those at the jail After Jhe bond had beep executed kilts An dttebn Rent to the jell and visited the Cell of her husband ns her CUS- tom has been Shortly aftrrnards n clcccd1 cartage drove up They entered the ccsriage end were driven to their home on Fredwlca dttteet Before leartng the Jail Anderson said goodby to J A Harris recent Y Incoicerted after being OOnvlot ell of attemptted anon Han4s and Anderson were foraneriy associated In buednees and have occupStid adjoin ing cells since Heals has been in jail Anderson when saying fare well to Hcnrls expresed the hope that hfl would shorty be released Anderton shook hands with ses arta 1 other prisoners before leaving the jail Young Girls Victims of headache u well CB older women but alt get quick reIiti cads prompt t cureIDr Kites Now Tale the worldta best remedy for sick an OMTTOUB IhcadiideB piey make nipe blood ecd strong reeves stud build up your Junlth Try them 25c at alj anagglt1Bemr 1 The Armyr Wotm kFrof Harrison Garman Irigara i o gMaf the KeMUI u1Wral Ex petlment Station Iirs lain u tdp on th ab o4 wojSh and themethodswhich xhpiM b i adapted by ftanners for imbp ion agadnet this pct Pntf OwiiaatII 1The bated of the adty wiynm place the insect largely et our mercy If we will but make usto ct oUr knowl i edeein ecasto The feet t the eaes are laid in uuuaed grew land Inme QtrarCd Ii8tttbb t p k 1 fields grown up with weeds and about t old straw stacks k nil we require to enaWc va to circumvent the worms It hts diem proved more dean onto that plowing It some tinfe JnHxdvance oi eeedlcg mill prevent outbreaks on the tend fo treated except worms come In from neighboring premises If such preccutllou clan be made gen real in a locality teiloua injury from the army worm thbuld not ocur there lie JTondcees of the dint army worm sloth for bweets de such that I poisoned habits conelitlng of mohtB ses and cobalt or areenons add can be used on ttitem fvith good effect No other moth known to ins is extract to baits In sue i large nunnbere arid Leeds upon them so eagerly It hog been found that they can ebe confined completely to fields by plowfor a e Inclined toward the Irfeited field EO as to tender It difficult for them to ascends Whey accumulate in lots numbers In such trenches and ca byror straw with coal oil and scattering it in the trenches and Igniting it Shako off the gjip of your old enemy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Teen will all ttu awed ling Holt foteness bo driven out of thee tender inflamed membranes The fits of sneezing wild cease nnd the IHs charge as offensive to others as to yourself will be sloped Cleanliness comfort nnd rtrewtd JieaKCi by the I use of Cream Balm Sad by all doug gifts for GO cents or mailed by Ely Bros CO Warren Stateet New York DANGER LURKS IN- OPPORTUNITIES Too Many Alluring Chances to to Make Fortune May 3Wreck a Mans Careers A very ancient story says A farm er had a drove of hogs rvtfblcU tie as sembled for their meals by knock Ing on a fence with fctlclrs or stonws One day the waling herd detected the famlllcr tout and started off peH mell in te direction whence it cams Before they reached the place however to their vast astonishment they- I also heard it trod the othvr old e and turned land ran pellroe toward that And EO they ran first in one direction and then In another util when the ifarmer fclmsolf came lawn atd rapped upon the fence they were so completely tuckered out byi chas ing the illusive signals of tedfteaded woodpeckers drilling trees for lesions that they Trod no ttrenEtih to go and get their food In this great American republic op portunities are paracticeJly insxhaustl ble It is this feet that constitutes the gravest peril that we have to meet While we ere rushing after or else are actually employed in try Ing to utilize some golden opportun ity we hear a dozen others omeell ver others brazen knocking on the fence around our little field I There ties your danger friend Can you turn a deaf ear to them Can you settle down to till your fawn while the calls of the city streets ere sounding In your ear Can you grit your teeth and hang on to your jab at the forge or the loom In the dnygoods stare or the millinery stoop while the goldfields of the KJon ke are beckomlng ytU thtfr way Can You leave your money on deposit in the savings bank Atdle promoters lire flaunting dazzling investments in stocks before your eyea How many people I myself have known who Aave Twted from one business to another until too exhtue tell in body mind or pocketbook to roach the fence eaten vi tat heavenly oportunity knocked up on the rail OharMa Fred rlQ GOES In tie New Idea Wpine Magazine for Junes II 1 Catarrh Canrtot iTe Cured with Local Ajppiicatlpne eus fe0y can not roadn the eeatjot tieyiF qse Ca fossil la aiblood or conBUtuUonhl dis ypunnustdCUre Is takersntelaal1 dd Ac ftl reotly on lumuooffip f2Lxallb- a Oaitarit oibt a rqnieidir It wasKUjed by one of toobMftoj5ai3 In lhto cRtmt34P ycruendleVial reYukra pTEScrtption It is cop6d of hulG j4own en4 Sa 8B as 4flt actlygdlreotZltJnton of the two ingre dlentaj to tiat produced such won results in curiag Oatorato Beck for tetttopnlafe ttoo v P JChtoey k Co Props ToJe do 0 v Sold by Druflgtefe price 75c t flake Halls Family PlUaforconetl Y t IlA THE EXPECTED HAS HAPPENED Rival Candidates for Con gress Comes Together Had Realized that Strained Relations Would Make a Meet ing Dangerous It has been an open secret says the Henderson Journal that C C Givens and A O Stanley ate notns warm friends us they were at bee time Relations have been strained ever ednce Mr Givens began to cst longing eyes ct the shoes worn bjr CongreBonn Stanley The strained thennow famous letters that pasted between Mr Givens end Mr Stanley In tact fttfing lies become K bitter that mutual friends of both patties knew It was nbiolutely dangerous to fcave them meet Mr Stanley was In the city Tues day and Wednesday and It was freely predicted that If the two txandh plates met something would happen Friends of Mr Stanley plead with him not to go on the streets espe daily in tire vicinity of tfco court house but te was determined toI venture out declaring that ihe Sad a rigtt to walk the streets of Hender ton Friends of Mr Givens Uegde him to have business In Qlndiconvitte for a few days orat lecbtto confine himself to the editorial cop ern- ie tie and floor But ho ws equally in Iitent on We night to walk th4 strEets of Hendorton legarxBefs of the pretence of Congrefesman Stan Icy The expected happened Stanley started fir Ills office on First street VoJnedy raornnlg Mr Givens was jut fctantlus for tihe pot tofike- Friends In the cointboufe saw them fipproawh sash tuber IIIDd know that the meet lug was inevitable but they were powerless to prevent dt They mcL Just in Irccjt of Levy Fuinlturo Companys store Mr Stanley made a quid move towards Mis hip pocket Mr Glveiie made a similar move only a second later Stanley drew horn his i ooket a handkerchief and wiped the bald spot on ins classic dome Givens drew from his pooket a plug of tobacco coraiiloSely sups pressing his temptation to exalt Stanley for a chew Which indicates the deep feeling between the two rivals They nodded nodded onlyand passed on L Kills Her Foes For 2O Years The most onercfiess enemy I dad for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Me was Dyspepsia I differed Intensely often eating or drinking end could wcarcely sleep Alter many remedies food failed and several doctors gave me up I tried Electric Bitters wjhioli cured me completely Now I can tat anything 1 cm 70 years old and ant overjoyed to got my health and strength back again For Indigo UpiDLoos of Appetite Kidney Trou ble Lame Bock Female Complaints its unequaled Only BOc at ail druggists m Campaigning for Wives- A man and a woman purporting to represent a syndicate of Oklahoma men and claiming to have the indorse ment of Gov Haskell ere estaibMish ing agencies in1 the Atlantic States the object of which is to obtain wives for Oklahoma bachelor Thet cam paign which tics begun is to be continue until 10000 young Acumen have been taken to the Western state The agencies offer good names good husbands and e future of promise as indu cements They pay ell expenses and guarantee the girls petitions until they decide to manry Asked where the profit came in John Glbeonwtio is the principal agent of tie syndi cate said We make our money simply through the development of the state This campaign for wives is not the firut one of tire Wed that has been waged but eo tor as Is known It is the flret one dn the hltitory of the coun try to be Inaugurated iby load promoters Here we have matrimony put upon a purely business baste LUnd sales drag The owners of the land realizing that they con not better con 4lttons mule there ere BO many bach elors In tbe pew country arrange to reduce the number of bachelors TOo ratter youn women through the state Young men see theee young w- emend the rebt la left to Cupild end Fate Tte young men their Jhoughte turning to matrimony bo kin to diesta bi homes of their sewn And here Is wcere the janaagentB comeB In iDouMlecir the Imparted X jp t t girls will be watched end when they utontohnve won1 young mens Mills the young men will be approached with the suggestion that ti town home or a term over in the next county would be just the thing for thorn Simple isnt It And practical too Incident al y it is a tribute to women The foresight ttt these men have shown is not better evidence by any feature of the plan however than by the one that takes date consideration the time for beginCng the campaign The finsjccleis ass Icoklng for tarly re turns Spring 13 heretn is not spring nesting time Boston Courier President Finley Advocates Wise Fortune Management That the wise lDQtlgEll1 nt of the fmiits is regarded by Pmdltnt W j W Finley of the Soutliern Railway i cs c necessity in the development of tie South is strongly brought cut in his recent address to the student body of tie university of 0001 gila In my opinion said President FCn ley the economic Irnpectance to the management of cur Southern forests so s to secuio front them the lor get present profit corelf nt with the preservation can not be over estimated In addition to their influence ripe- ntcm flow tendlrg to diminish the t1uctiveness of floods and to maintain higher water for navigation and for the generation of power In dry susvne they form the foumlttiou of Ciir woodworking Industiitp- Urll comparatively accent years tho Xocth Atlantic Ste toG i reJoinCaet ed In furniture manufacturing and oth woodworking industries Timbersup Pios in tlut section have been l lmJtI exiufctod ccd tiero Industries fop wing the rapidly receding forests liio the South tad West grcftly increasing the value of our timber jlttds If Southern woodworking indus- t cs ae to thrive in ycrcB to cr ne ttto y must bo esMued of a constant suppyof their TOW material This can be brought about only by tLc adoption of fcclenttflc methods cf forestry by tle owners of our wcxxiknds DOOM OF THEFREAK HATS i Texas Legislature Against Peach Baskets and Wash H I V BowlsI Hats that loscmble iwsoli bsskets i wash bowls or broad trays and sheath gowns end rats shtil nt be made by the young women of Texas If certaiin legislators in the StUe Asitmbly can prevent It Lone StlIState may stand for a gun flg14 in a while and a burning ct the stake now cud then but a prod bus ket lid or a dliectclre never ngiJn Recently a bill was intvoducfd ditto nnInualTIlT ntd dixsimtking Urpe augdit- Lest I the young women bow to the dictates of fashion of time effete Ebst Representative E C Gains backed by other legislators recently Intro I duced the folowllng amendment to UIQ ipproprlatlon bill I It Is herein provided that no part j of the foregoing appropriation for the State Industrial College far Girlssifail be available for the punioee stated if the authorities of said colfosd tiiaCI permit any of the students of said college to be taught Low to make any hat that shall cost more than tho sum of 20 or any dresetUat shad tho sum of 20or any dress that shrill shall cost more than 15 cents Or to make any hat that hill be more than elgLt inches in diameter through the crown at the base thereof or whose said diameter shall be greater at the top or apex thereof than at the base of sane or which shall bare a diameter greater than 12 inches dn the clear hat is to ray from the tip to tip of the brim or any hat which stall have a crown which elopes less than one WOW fa two or has a brim which turns down ward or any hat wtdcli ffcall t e shaped in the form of en eMlpse or in the form of a peach basket or In the form of a breed troy or in the form of a wash bowl or In tihe form tlUly other than a true d7 clc or which shall eve a crown lus than three inches or more than six inches in depth Any tint which shall have upon it any IJlrbor pacts of came or any artificial flowers nh1ah haa been made by the isweatsuop labor of Florence Milan or Naples nor hall MIl pert of this appropriation be used for the purpose of teaching said students how to make sheath gowns and no person shnllbe entitled to receive instruction at etiftl college nor to teacih thcifeta ehaHwcer any hat rat or dress winch is dntecdlcted by the fipedficetdon heretnkoontainedAustin Cor Chd cage Inter Ocean ae l1 29 YEARS I IJo Lvr Of Honest Business Reputation lAisMO UITME1TT I SOLD BY US btlJ EIOwesnboro Monumental Works Iifi 412414 B MolD St Yards 214216218 Cloy St lJ OWENSBORO KENTUCKY U ifi i 4i Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You b= Money on All Good Honest WorK W W W WWWWWW W W WWWWW fit 1010101 of 1++++ +401 JoJ + I + + of II r r U+ ++ ITHE KENTUOKYI Light and Power Co 1 I1INCORPORATED WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT nOSY It t ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN iii BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN t+ + REACH i iE G BARRASS Manager i ta+ ++ ++ +++11 r Ii + + 111 + 1+4 +++++ 1 WANTEDA RIDER AGENTSSample Latest Model Hanger hicrcle famished by ni Our aJenu everywhere axe making money last time tifMRartunlarsalJsp twff al lflNO MONEF until you of Our bicycle Weihlp to anyone anywhere lalheUSwitkoataOil deftiit in jdvjnce frffwrtiftt and TKN DAYS FUKU TJlUXLduiinc which time youmayndethebicycleaed- I put It ID any ten wish II you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wiih to keep the bicycle ship it tuck to us at our expense te cut out ctnt FACTORY PRICES atonesmallprofit above icualllacltory roll li You save to mike lio to Gal middlemen by bung direct of us and have the manufictureri cuar antee behind our bicycle 111 V a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone at any pile until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard oi wforjr fricn and rtmarkatU ifftill tsffert to rlilor URrnt whn OU rrtive our beauliful cauloJUe sod wondnfatlyLnufurrweaomakeyouthisthan any other factory are ftm above niCVCL DEALERS can sell our bicycles under your owe nameplate at double our prices Orders Shed the day received HKCONU 11ANU 111CICLK8 do not recularly handle second hand bicycles but have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago retail stores These we clear out treeIn and 0 HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF JI a o 15SELFHEALING TIRES USSBIS aThe regular retail rt of there lira u tSJ0 Per Pair dot la introduce we will tlllDU IIJm lt iJiror SI6IJras wt O1tUrSIJJ NO MORETROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES siNout8cy thousand or GU pair will notist year Over two thousand pairs now in use DEBDRPTIDNMadclaalillfCJI1lsllvetlId 1I ftVftr htwor hl aevsrtmomeea roui and which l WehavehunaredsoflelterafromeatlaAa the thick robber tread i6eticustomerulatia puncture Itrlp II sod D also rim ItrlIp II aaordlaarytlrrthepuneturcreIIUngqualllleSbelngglnnto prevent rim outline This will outlait any otherby ELASTIC audtread Theregufarpdceolthesetires ia ioperpairbutformakeSOFT advertllappurpolts weare a lpedal priceto the rider of only pair AU orderashippedumedayletter Isreceived We ship QODon approval You do not bay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly represented We allow a cub discount of cent thereby making the price S405 per pair If you send NULL OASIS V1TH OUDEft and enc Ole this advertisement You run no risk sending us an order u the urea may be returned at Hilt expense if for reason they are not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us iaas sale as in a bank If you order a pair of these tires you find that they ride easier run faster V wear better last longer and look finer than tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you wilL be w well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer NOD dont buy an kind at any price until you send for a pair of If YOU TIRES Hedgethorn PunctureProof rial at the I introductory price quoted above orwrileforourbigTire andSundryCatalogue which describes andquotes all makes and kinds of Urea at about half the usual prices but write us a postal today D i NUT OF UUYINO a bicycle- orDO NOT WAiT a parr or tires anyone until ou know the new and wonderful offers we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything write it NOW J L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville HeraId135TH- EREPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPTBLICAN anal St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TWR REPUBLICAN and Homu and Farm 125 Tmi REPUBLICAN andTwice aWeek0wensboroInquirer 175 THBREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE WEPUBUCAW and JJaiiy uwensooro inquirer 325 THEJ REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 f Address all orders toe t T IEREPUBLlCAN I I ri MtT iru 4 I a ii c t I iIr 4 rHtJiiA t1 u i r l3artfordjR pulilican areordisa iat tbs rotorl aj ttKy wm a Matter of tII woos a I C M BARNETT Eorr- oz R aotrsr7 Ulabezla 40 a17ezztFRIrlAY3UJY 1- 4llenatol Aldridge eUe9 in a tar JJtfor Ue boon tats d only rrbe r1etS1 g the tarlf- wm p tot create eny cydnne but Je the d ath like tItlllDt whiCh i hurting bug4ner- sIt m well ttnt t1e Mar Iusic thai recently toeM In Loutsvlje did not begin with the tune kited of mock aithwQElch It ended It is prttty tough aten a man with four hundred wives Is oomDelled to bunt n new job but the exSultan of Turkey will 7isve to get busy The ted mJJOrtnt10n of lion skIAs wia probably be sufficient to Accommodate the aues who would utrmlrnte him tor president in 1912 It Js about this way tn poIlUcsI It wc in the btglnn1tJg is tow and ever shan be it 15 r Light beta4ee- mtje doomandouts and the upand JnttSenator WtliiLm i S1Uwnrt Who died In Washington rettmtly will be Longest tt11lemb6red btocme of inventing the purEe rte crime of 13 A Rhode Jiaand man hits Invented- a money counting muohlne It Is disI t Eng to think how runny people tbks a are in the world who o sot need such a machine It is ttouJtt that Porto Rico will leave to be deprived of iocnl Fed gov- ortxnknt to a large extent because of the abuses of power xleady oonferr Ed This ougtt to receive partfcu entice horn Uo a to have been- foctfttrou61y crykg for tea govern tuent for the FLiplaos- Trhe oloing extcc1Ets of Hat ord College tll1J week tare beenweil UIII to the high MnndAd heretoce Set- by thfs noted InECtutlon of tLIIlmg Tie dtEplay mcie by ail the grade luus ttown tltt the teicheTS have been frzittful and have worked with dlllgtce in training their tJu lsIPrtsidezit Tuft 18 right In Eettlng Ji foot down on the scheme to ea- franchire the citizens of Washing ton City and give them representation in Ccngfts The guest majority tit ttose who live In Washington City have no pdlJUcs The thousands who- cork a In the various departments un dote the shtm civil tJIe tdjunct to the ogovetlmlDt ale ns Eo many dun m5 in bO fn t8 pol1tirol opinion gofay oversight three tiho1 UditorIal4 Ime reru1OO In our papa lafltW ekeWe have been Installing a near preL- easdhave ud wmetroubleIngettingitt under way and to wnEequence haenot bad nB much time to give to the proofreading ma usual and owing to tlfe- fact ttst two operators through er fOr Let the matter twlcelt crept fnto the column and Went tbrcugh the- entire edition without beIng observed Howerer these errors often hapen IDs the best neguated newspaper offices As Ue Repubikan tlgit In Louis vll6e Or tte nomln lon for Mayr- wnxes T1tD with the Hccald supporting one candidate ttd the Pest amotLer the chances for Republican rue in the fina9 election grow f- broutlfully less M the days go by We pruume the RiPub1u1nll rafter the short reign power wtdch they rave enjoyed nee tow ready to TEttm1 todt a old Democratic regime of disfrrn- ehhaanezt t stuffing ilc1i1ot boxes amid tricked skin a 1orRepub11cI1 wont ers on election day te- t wns II wise move b n Republic l1La of the New EnglnL Stnwtr tcight- entd tlli partY into a piece to aeaEre thee tariff W utlU did this the tej were wmdy organizx4 for n tariff vWlonwhldb wcw7d be to We intttut of New Ecgland tit the- expense of the rest td the eountJy It looks ear though 1t would be necessary fur the other Prates to oomIblrie In order to get dxtent trttto vent lilt the bands of Oangrtu on tu tariff bill Senator Aldrich bas tLe upper hand and is using it for all it Is woin the interest of il4s own rticubr section of the Union tioy1e the kidnapper who us sen Uto Ue lmDrlsonment Chia week sI19do the plm Enough his attorney tn order to obtaia leniency ham IJhe 9 Judge tmat she had taken good care at rtlbe Child But this Alta It op- penms did not weigh very strong with IIr4s hOnor and the Jron4caly mtd In- Itnlrc dng the sentence that It iwas to p- ICoyees lnreet to dp fo urt 4b o b9Y nI8Plo Prlzemet It4s Pusfi- gtaopedrat ar severe sentence mAY 4 IIaTeawllOkgpfl tupon thane Ih f I L 11l1it 1- tkr t it Jl i i t J 1Ptlna tRUald o tit a5 rnlcu r e tor it to one ol the most a yvo1il Q the bug list of crtmea f Q time tbe citizens Hntdtordwei organizing for the par- Ades of Jndudcg some mmntaoturtn tI l mentB to Lute in our mid- when the wraUrood1s domple- Iiowevct twe tune written so much OIl tttis queEtfon we feel thtehave ebout e lmUtW our rntiente Our people oUGht to know that these titrprfsees bemg sought Iby ese y town of buslntEa fpltU ilQ tot nom e to thesis ratio merely watt Some inducements mtwt be Meld cut and Egane effort mum be anode We need n spolrRe t1se factory and n laundry We could cooozmodate many other fadustrItt4 but we mty weation a few pf those which It eppen s to us wud do well here andn fact might be obnJntd with little Xertlon President Tnft has PWIrttdl Henry Grove Cannes a lKtnOClEit tom be United Stntes Judge for the Eistrr- Dimfict of North CIlfoaI1 AmcDg- EH of the apointments witch Presidents Roosevtt end Tsit have made from the Demeentfc ranks we Ilre- ItcliDed to take the matter of appoint month to the 1ud1cay1 most ex cusnbe IUe judiciary should be above partisan roliticsand we endorse the apoplntment by s Republican President d quslitied petsons from the oppasita rolidcal be4fef to paces on the bench nctwths tanding the fact that no DemGcrfot President iws ever been guilty d tippoInt1rg n Republican to such n position However there Is tlO excuse for a Rtpubllcsn President to JOlnt a Demcerrnt to any otterr position under his admin lsitatSan wtae a conptfI Itepub- llwn can be found Paralyzing Great Britian Great Britain is maklllg history fad and furIous at this time The British Isles bald In their citks and their industrial dutricts a mass- e of people dependent upon active Itltn- UrtcturlDg end ttmmtacfa conditions or even existence DePtfffolon In ttnde renders them dhPErate The agrfcultutal laborers the ten farmers fed keenly also the de dine cf purchaslag power of the con Fumes In the cities when dullness xists in trade and the number of tI1oEe untmiployed is lncreastl The unnett then becomes general political ngltatiovs fled the voters of the KIngdom In condition to accept their radical views and JdcCl1- TlJis was the rose when the present theradlcai and sccfallstic budgEt in- tritduced last week by the Chancel lo of the Exchequer Lloyd George Is play far the votes of the dlroonten- toopo u e and at the same time compliance with the demctlda of the sodnllsttc propagn adetlrous la- nAi kingNdamp The Arierknn rkople have not Tals bed lub6t the Lodallstic demand for income tax in the United States In the way Uf future actors In he same direction It s pressed here bya few wren who ere gat heath So- daiists though cfCUng tlheIJ1W1Vb- 8IXm1ocrots or Republksns and It is dOted by many men who despise- todalism And are unaw ere that they are doing the work of undetemllIlg political institutions rand social t by their coopetCllon In this design Tl1f1e exist some reasons for Income tell 1a Grrotlfrltnl l that do not obtain In he United States There are ancient grunts and feud- su1 privileges tLrt relieve Sromequtt taxation of property and thereFis the operation of the law of wbkhfasurts to II degree the maintenance of n class distnguished from thane who acquire InCome through he J individual Kona The IpcnJ tax Great BTILln covers i11 sasses ticee Iwbo 1Glddrftiiroj tty pIG dUfng ncataes anti who gain thz uugltbban work Zrhe levying ofthe me tax lssupryoEed ftoavenue nd that la staled iobe the ofilect- Eriufficyuehytlia lm1WiIQFot the r faEagland amid byprsny of te far snore tax sdvocsiteo In the United Sates But the real p e of income taxwhlrevealed onTpesday night qhFn Mn nowden n aooalfstic member of larlIwmentstate i thatthe- proposdls of the bldet did not gofer enough UQ soft his foUwer fie mid Ifwe Bare any Innu nice on future budgibllilil is not bbe ex tent of the taxatiOn fLmtw11l be laid Qn unearned incomes It la rot the lest tribute the d1o class will be oaljCd upon toy pay toT QlIng with the problem of poverty Our objttt as to make the ch poorer and the poorer richer Tfrate 1sro vtty under bMen tit- mnl ng the per rluher other riGn by flooredA spede tits 11 yrpeof eParJ A 4thle In the Par l l8nlIBJjt lnCrladnnatf X Uh j d tJiP j h 41J FOR THE8USYfREAIER r tThe Mi ourl Senate CasntNteebn CnstiutioMJ Amendmmta kiWed the to 7tA dlspafch tram Tengser tsyt is mpotted from Negation that ti party of American tourists lave haken prltoIJU8 by natives cneu Algadlr whtdl is the most southern t of Morocco I The explosion of n Stick cit tlyna mite tleslq or mnUclotWtIp16ced In ashore caused tile dttth nf two men and serious injury to tmrc oth ers tt the 1e8eman coal mriAe near Fred ieJuburgO The Senate by a vGtd of 3Sto 44 declined to reduce by one qucvtez td- a cent a pound tie duty ern pig kae- By a viva voce vote the Senate zipt adopted rte rate ot 2fe cents a1Y11uiI as recommtinded by the oommittee Killed by Team The Owensboro Messenger says Ed Stevens a well known young farmer died at his home three faller I northeast of Livermore Thursday afternoon as the result of Injuries sustained while driving a fractious horse to a disc barrow Just hour the accident occurred le not known as there was no one with dlr Stevens rot the time One of the horses attached to the harrow was fractious and about 10 oclock Thursday morning 1fr Stev I 9 row led the horses to the barn some row led the hones to the barn some distance array and put them hi their stalls He then went to the house aral although he made no complaint members of the family noticed that he appeared to be dazed Itwaadntcr iscerned that the harrow had been overturned before the team was taken out Dr Ford of Livermore was called and made an examination ot 1Ir Stev ns He ascertained that he had been truck evidently a severe bow above 4 and In front of the right ear He was probably struck by some portion of 14tbathorse His condition was regarded all 1IV14lashortly after noon and both he and Dr Ford did everything possib1 to 4 relieve him but without success ile fell Into a stupor early In the after 4 noon and about 330 oclock died Mr Stevens was twentyseven years ole and unmarried Arrangements 4 for the funeral have not been made PRENTIS May 11Farmers In general aTe busy planting corn and preparing tobacco ground 4 Owing to so much cool westhe2 we fear that the fruit crop wm be cut 4 Severa9 of our folks attended the 4 REd Mens super et Oromaell Saturday night 4 Messrs Rod Swa4A and BD Pat 4 tenon took thc1 beltg1rls illhises 4 Maude Jn1D6g1n and Tina Burgess 4 Cromwetd Saturday nIght rIley say the supper was all 0 K dissea Wa Whnin oQ Rookpbrt returned home Situtd1yafter a weeks visit among friends and meatlves- Misses lbggie Taylor and Iowwel 4 Muir spent last week with Miss Ruth Hunley Mr and liar L N Worley went to Daizeton visiting Sunday Miss Mary Baize Js the guest of her ister Mrs Dells Warley Hisses Lura ud Mlit Les liaiestr- iday n9ght at 3tr J n Coopers Adrfel Arbuckle and Orlce JaTntJin w- spent SundaY right n lth Arge lira LiideSwarnOs the giuest Mrs Doha BrackedTvetday it OLATON May 13Aidm1rtl1 p DoCkerys sdroiv exhibited at Thllcn RockWtnedQr night E fir Sam Fauglit Livermore Ares here Wednerday x 551 IMr Hume Payton who hns balsa In AqtU OklaSardw + o mioaths sirived ttilome Thutvday r Ms Rebecca Duke wnd daughter Mrs I sOmnde of Frled1aQd weft In Olson Tuesday a tktr Noah Sknggstturxed tram v- Boover Dam Tucrdayt alas LP Lnmbort i1d latterMf Hilda who had bEpji fsitfft friends sad ielcttetI in Fordsvi tel rfturned to their borne tiVedneadry Miss Lillie ilsa etta Ferry was hereshopin8lVltiesdey Tomti8hrader and wIie ofDlrT Ferry were 1n baton ne1dnjIllBeirrq RkedtgLHoia6 Braardr t jI- lvred PlctirfbLta e 1Vednesdayz lrhlch- he had taken Saturday Pdr Sam Fughtlttt to Oyensbomo FridayrlapeMTuesday 7 1qheres Ct hops d tat lit IcWnAlolrrt wtaj 1e befldsftlar fglm aq t I ds jf t rc f d ill i J I Uo b1 diIhI iea aaytrleede here 9110 pe albeit a ylets tltomalM JawsWi9lsies ft tor IDalfUk lad FrldYIIJglt sn extCIlde- dv1 wtkJh dEtup ti Mrs w E- HendonDr Wedd4sgof HeriCordWMi caned to see MEe Dr C W Felix Monday wtblsga rGG tFeXx Is otio ill of 1ihCopirgcoug- hM John F Alitsn rLd wife lift 1fon0Eryaftnga lorHt dir burg to attend the trlsiof Manfn Dow ch- aihidi rome uti Tteeray Wi kiUlng his son ntow JU Hall last Au gust Mrs Melrlt Herd wo hu been il1the pat few mon rs IUS- uIlabf to attend the trial- CofninonWealth Docket May Term 1909 rJRT DAY 4340 Comth vs James Espy 14343 QIlth vs Jrxni fey4344 Oombhve JemesEspy 4345 Conith vp Jam s ESpy 4499 nith vs RLK Lagla gd 4454 Oomth ve F D McNally 4499 cmth vs Herman Bryant 4500 ComtlrisOtis Ltwghcrty- 4502 eomths Ebb Hours 4529 Conitb vs will Eva B 4536 Cmth va Flora Burden 4549 Ccmir vsRnm1e Butelte 4562 Comth vs s M Phillips 9503 Comth vs SM Tailips 4564 Comth vs S M Ihfliipas4505 Comth VB S M PhJWt 4566 O6mth vs S M Phillips 4576 Ocmth vs Louts Davis 4577 Comtal vs Smith ltfdies y0 Comib vs D Powers Et nil 9521 Comth vs W V lIdldr et ab 4594 Comth vs John knOB 4597 moth vs sHe Themes 4600 Comth vs Louis WfinbET1U 4605 Comth vs Roy Eider 4li06 Comth vs Joe d 4607 Omtb vs John tcIklnleL- 41i8 Oemth vs John McDanitl 4li10 Comth w Ernest Webter 4611 Con th Vi Stan Iretoa 4612 Comth vs Tom OrOtan 4614 Com ih vs Jb t Hayes 4615 Uomtn vs Jere D Gnat 616 Comth vs John lcDtltdcl 1fcDantt9Ivs 624 Comv6 S E Alem tit aL Comth Vs C Dockery 4626 Comth vs Cheater Tilford Qcmth SoCh1oter Tilford TilfordIVS e PttKoa 4630 CcmtJh vs C Dccktry 632 Comth vs JeEte D Grant 9633 Ccmth vs Jobe Wiuori 634 Jmt vs Tip Bean 4572 Ccmtih vs Chas Brown 4573 Comth w Chas I3roa a 602 Com th vs Roy eroe 9636 Comth vs E A Dockery 4639 Nmth vs E A Dockft 4690 Comth vs E A pockery 4641 Jmth s E A Iioclrtny 642 ComtOr VS E A Dockery 4693 Comth vs Alonzo Weis 4644 Comtb vs Ben Burgess 645 Comthda Ira Leach 6465Combh vs Jobn Goodancn 9697 CamUh vs Harrison Ptnt4et si 648 Comth vs Anthony Walker 649 Comrh vs John Tucker 650 lbmth VS from WilsoIt 651 Ctmith vs Tom WUton 4652 Oomth Vs SUm Ooi46b4 Conliro VS Wayne RuckeT SECOND DAY + 4636 Corhth vv Wade Leary THIRD nAY 637 Oombh Vs Richard Raymond 4653Comtlr vs Wayne Ruckb H rtfordMkes Two Trips a Week Thr3 beauUfnl tttltl hoot Hartford poveii1 f to befirot- c1ss Inevery pnrtioular and eVen fpla than the old boat itch r byrred lJilit Februcry O- wIgto tfie increased business between Hartjctd aRd EvaasyilleMcaptain For meat Lag dc4dded to make two trips e- werps + Jeavlpg Hartford SundRy morn lag aid aradving1Ytdiaezlay Leav- Ing eauly Thursday morndng dud ar- zlyJng Saturday This boat Wi l Cuc- nialreA qui Jr Att aneof transpaatadRU- betreett Iiarttard 4nd Evsnsvdl4e and wayrpotnte wbOCh will hero vast ben1- 1lttoiC urJQVD s r rFdQhRi1 Gs dr 1 rs are Yet7 busy- plsai ing orn bfy George 10eartoii t ad Dtavm Dam 1 td hda c tter is WtH Bte= en 4Fannie Neal and 2tae F q iO irnday1ir or M Tute wife and boa and jtJooMthis CMrtmoe Dm1nlsw1dtwo yeaa tauten last week for = 21Q + 4I4A 4VlaatedVllaonfa tttrnd ng fhe- commenramts t oat Hartford tb1aifeek MrnSDunn want to torgan town 8rturday aqbtrbinrss Mr Ckmencp permfs life llW stal- ldrenna8 am Agues Ta4e 7foftedAf m tilogday4rt 4wo1 MAndY evening JO1 1eJy1 tit tiatl little rltsne acct rI1Whm rDeAAiB rI ed- I propertil I r w 1Itfirr 9 r r t S1 It it tlJloesy to fie Roy4Billang Potrifr- IttRVet 4batrlrNelthatsd moM J f rzAHrEUJIII JJ1yveror T ua t Q 4t JJ1 r ietW 4 R OJrJ1r tamtF 1 7I f Agate rrete Sunday F Mr C c DenAi9 i Saturday niGht with his onQate ae- y FAIRVIEW t May 10owtng to tpeicvy rain there awns no Sundry sobc A or liltIng at this place yesderiay Wehave a lively 6uncafci1o l and a lice Superfntendext adth n huge attend SundayiMise iUIss Bessie F ACton Fridaynight Rev r1rJ Acton and iaughters- Misses Bessie K cud Ruby spent Sutdny With Mr sad Mrs Billie Au tryBro Acton had premised to 1ch at Salem in the efterncon but owing to the heavy rain l1e CaLk to fill his appointment LI aidDfrs C C White and oMI- d1en spent Monday night with Mrs Whites son 11r Roscoe Acton and funnily of Horton Mlf5 Bes1e F Acton returnEd MOD daqafter a weeks visit with her moth er Mrs C C White She was nc- oorripanted home by her little sister Miss Lorena White Mr GrNvllle Christian Jd wife and Jlttte son were the guests of Mr and Mrs R B Wilson Saturday night Rev T J Acton attended the cur price birthday dinner given by tidsfi Myrtle Ortu In honor of her mother t at Narrows dOnda3- Messrs Farris Jamison npd Wnl 1I i t pk J tLestetL fpe ROYAL its activ and Prwcipd pR ter Myers wentto CentertoWl Saturday bliss Bessie K Acton visited iier OOUsfDjlflAlBese Ft ton Monday Mr Sam Basham was the gt t of Mr C C White Frldayl Little MISS Helen Antoa visitedlit- tle tffss Mary White Monday Mrs Cicero Morley who has been WY In with consumPtion for sometime died Saturday night at dyer home- near here tiler remains were laid to rest Monday morntng lathe Mid klft cemetery to await the resurrection of the saints Funeral seMccn were conducted by Rev Bailey She leaves a devottd husband and ono sweet little girl Alma an aged father and several brothers and sisters to mourn the loss of onla wrho was so kind and loving to nil Shewasabout twenty yeas of age and was coved by all who knew her Tothe bereaved ones we would say weep not for her but try to meet her in that bright htinu stave Attention Preston Morton Post There will be a call meeting of the Preston Morton Post at the Court House In Hartford on Saturday May 15 1909 for the purpose of mak- Ing further and final arrangements for Memorial services Comrades come to this meeting os this Ja a matter In which we should all feel 4 1 a deep Interest A W MILLS Corn f- Dy R A ANDERSON Adjt e T T iir t House Furn1Shings iWe are the only complete ihouse furnishers in this part o- fF the country We can furnish ar 11 complete outfit for a beginner We can supply any needed acces tsories to your present outfit The KITCHEN THE DINING ft THE BED ROOM THE SITTINGt III betfullys tCurtains Stoves Kitchen Cabin rietS Tables Bed Room Suits 44 olditg 1i iJ Chairs Rockers tMatteessesSjir ngstBed Dress- err 4 and EiarorCoveringsiieither Mattjugs Ji rPett Oil Cloths Liui olemJlsOLRugs Come to this store aindx seethe best ssort ft 111elt 1fJlQyse Funtismigs th f Oin your reach 1f TM t 1- t 1 4 4 ttrt t IraagAVER AI EY TIt 1 1Jt+ llY1t 61 74 t 1r lUI I Iso 1 fitJt l rr l o j y K 3 K v Y fi1 1J v 4 pairs 1 j I CIO 4 IIiIRg 9 Too much cannot be said regarding the merits of OUR BIG CLOTHING DEPARTMENT To say that we are headquarters for uptodate Mens Boys and Childrens Suits is putting it mildly The great rush in our Mens Department proves to us that those who care to look well dressed recognize us as LEADERS in Style None so well made none so uptodate none so low in price as our Sterling BenchTallored Suits Call and seeus k x2zHartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 14 tl 7 I11rrolaCentralRallroadTimeTable At Beaver Dam Ky H rlh6Mgd Ronlh Boned lfot 405 ni Nom JD li lsm NolKdotljsjp m NolOldn 248 p iDe oft2dle 343 p in Nol31dtp86hpm Get a Transfer 1 Jf you are on the gloomy line Get a transfer It yiun inclined to fret and pine Get a transfer Get off the track of doubt and gloom Geton the sunshine train there s room r Get a transfer It you are on the worry train Get lI transfer t Yotrtoust not stay there and complair Get a transferr I The cheerful carfare passing ugh AnSl there is LjOTS of room for YOU Get a transfer i i If you are on the grouchy track r Get a transfer Just take the Happy Special back vJL Get a transfer- Jump on the trash and pull the rope That land you at the Bfallni HOPZ M Get a transfer Ylt flptji It your drugs have been topfalgh ffyT Get a transfer1 Hartford Drog e MlM li JlalJ tebigrj II r aetu tr o fen t J r Aii expWenfced dTAniBt tried n- t lf truel 1 T0dOODtORT1r r a NI1Nb nif q Htfo7 Drtfg tdinpanyi Uncorpo teo Get your Screen Wire fram JanHes L 4 fji e are pa dorP Bs i1Ie J t t k ffJw 0 11Jdbrya f pileI i nj l 4- wl t I 1464f City Rest uTant6 Steak BOO Coffee cant be beattNice fresh Fteh conitantly on bead at City Restaurant For ipfedal bargalne In Sewing Nil chlnes call on Grove Williams It you want Flour see U e Carson who can save you money 38tt We awe paytog 15 cejta per dozen tor Eggs SCHROADER OO ICity Restaurant feeda rtbepeople as usual Oncaatcustomer ailwBye a cus tomieriElectricT Open tonfght wIth new films and songs Admiselon 10 nests I New ftbowp B d songs every night at the bps x Blouse Admission 10 cents Fpj ell klnd SY whjgilooh1n Supplies Oil fic call on Gross Wll ms lF a Mrs F G Jj nes tDr6JtubtrOJ8v- liiithig her duugit r M0s Florence thisr14t4r r- rb iseB ittontrAt Baam1 1my adze ou got 81rYmnk hire E Vfi Cooper N hviH- ill1i1lt1ni 4iz poirej5ts TSirtai Mils C M BarneCnt Barnard 1a luo aavo dieepe43price dig ys out this weekonty Dont misstjhemt 1 EDrJeflIikWUll1t For Sile or ExchangeGreen flyer bottomvlBxdi doesnot overflow A tTt J SSAN n- gt2LI T IFardfordaICyac Aot y oodJpy L Barnett Caneyt tJ1e visited ts ads llaaubtb seenvl days this weel W x I Hake Eggs Chickens Butter andrai1 hind rtf goodCouBlry P q duce to Schrpeder Qo and get the IDghget fnark t pjlces Nrt t fair Mr andMre Hewet Young Owen born aVe tWlKweeta otlais Youine paetenie Mr efctd Mds Milton Park of theCeiit60 Vf Ve1r t i b3 rhood We ere offering to oil regular cue prnrtghgrocery some jpecial prices oar freeh I rise 7KiJl mob ooslven 1etd11 tsht in by tee ne y ur order It will tiny fR 1 Ro1AIRa CJQ 1 litpayrgA use HandmadeShed s Barnard Co onalkee any color orrizc IMJciEfirsrijrB andJnmes Bartlett ToMy were among our callere yt to day Slaver Idrosfi will make thg rest of the season et SD Myernurr Beaver Dam F M ALLEN Centertown Ky1 Mr J NeyFosterAs ociMe Editor oftbp Catlettebuirg Tribune Is visiting hts jnptKer this week ntUt iklngin the oommoncemat pxtrcttss Fior superior TypewnSttr Ltn a fur copy work es well os ell good grcCes of Typewiiteir Paper ruled und un ruled call ton TtoC Hartford publimn tti- Dr Horace BOA wto completed n course in dentistry at4Lsa1sv111elast week ar turned Rome a days ago and will cjpen up dental parlors here la the star lutuferMr Charlie Peters of Beaver Jnm and Miss Annie Arbuckle of Select were married at the Court House last Friday morning Judge W B Taylor performing the ceremony You could not pick a better time of the year to get your pictures made and you cannot get bettor pictures any where than you can get at Schfoeten Studio Better come at once Up stairs over The Republican Office I em prepares to furnish dairy supplies to a good many patrons I have OB good stock as the country affords Your patronage coddled NmrrIPhone 154 3 F D No 3 Hartford Ky Regular services at the Methodist church in Hartford next Sunday at 11 a m and 8 p ni Morning sub Ject Why Christ our Saviour was Baptized Evening subject Why We Are Baptized All are cordially invited Mrs John Church loi19tI sister to Mr RotErt Foireitcr of iMs Aare- dial at her homo In Glasgow Ky last Saturday Jlr Forrester and ton Guy Who belongs to The Republican tone loft Sunday for Glasgow to be Ares eat at the funeral jeturnlng Tues day Metsre J T Henry Ralph C Y Amen nrd Faq G W Jlartin Crom wieCil Walter Hendrick and Rscoe I Dawns Livormote J E Miitobell Dundee Ertest Stewact end Dveivtt Tittenor Cectwtcwn M B Barren Wrt Hart ctd and J W TUylorRot Roy were amorg our callers Tuesday Mr Frank Foreman who was recently appointed by Congressman Ben Johnson to a cadetship in the Na vul Academy at Annapolis Md has successfully passed the mental ex- amInation and is being congratulated by his friends on his prospects to become an Admiral in the United States Navy A fishing party composed of Messrs J W FordD Foe dRowad Holbrok W H Moor W S Tlnisley and C M Barnett retuTned from a trip to the leeks om RouGh Rive last Saturday They report a splendid outing plen ty ctf Wthi and game with wihich to tiet a europitiouB table at every mjool while ithey were in camp Mr Owen Robertson of Kansas City Mai IB spending a few days Visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J W Robertson on the Beaver Dam pike Mr Robertson is one of Ohio countys many young men whoare making good in the West having worked hlms Jup in the railroad business until he now holds the re st onsible position of car Inspector for the Great Western at a handsome salary This is his first Visit home in eight years V WPe1onDeadI News has been received Here of the death of Mr West Ieyton which occurred In Deuver Colo onday last week He was born antI reared at this place being a eon of the late Dr S 0 Peyton who was a promi nent man in his day having twice rep resented thus dlstrlctln Congress Jlr Peyton went tb Denver about 13 years ago where he has tinea1 rtsld ediHe wasa man 6fJtMblgbell or derof Intelllgence and Iiad mhnyno ble traits of character Generoiisiiklnd and symplth tlc fioftff Jn need was el lurnedawahfdoor emir no man ever hrt a trur friend was about fid4 years old but ne er EqarrietlLChopslhg gather to asslstlit the fearing of uia rotherA family who were devotedly attared to bhil He 1we1l r m K bcfcd beret where le had many friends and acquaintances who were madesae y the news bf his deatli1 which wa ljui1 result of a street car accident t t n Fopalar Young PeopleWed 4 ThuHtoV btoy Si Mr Staf iLewto arii br a 1 la i li hihfstin rerecaber lin- l srtavdlle Tenn Mr Lewis Is ihte- ekUuijtAs CiaHler of the Deslk 6f- Btertawtj iaiid iduring hte eoty of ebouts year to Centeridyfn haatnade 917 careads riD lat + esnd cant Unity SHta Jotobbn fathe wind some tnd chfermJtig mince t Mri W C nttt1rot ft Xjwrti ndW+ bens h falende byttiLd Isobces i k SPECIAL PRIZE NO 3 AWARD ED i t r Miss Mae Borah of Cromwell r Lucky GirlThis IiTimeS numberSSaturday evening resulting in the awarding of the 26 piece set of silverware to Mlvs Mae Bomb of Cromwell It was an eye lash Wnhh between Miss Borah and Mss Eeek King at Hart ford Mka Borah havicg only 200 mare votes than Miis Kink Tie voting wKl to doubt be llvtfiy the next two wteks jis the eon t1t cloves on the 29th hifct At the present tine there Is but very little dlfeience In the stacd Ing of eight or ten of the contestants and u little hard work night place anyone of them in the lead and place them vitMn the reach of the splendid piano wLitb will be awarded on that day Te piano has been to use at the court hull tLte week whwe it hts beeS thoroughly tested by talented muslcivrs who are unanimous In pro nouncing It one of the finest instiru meats ever brought to Hartford Every contestant tfcould be busy during the next two wicks remembering ttnt the biot box will pass out of our Juitds the lost week of the contest and will be plated In a local bank as per kttucUons oa another page where balCots acts money may be de posited without the knowledge of anyone to be counted on the last day Case of SaundersBirkhead to be Tried A cpechd Judge to try the CAre of Bv F Saunders vs E 13 Drk h tie election gambling case has been triKInted Mr Bairrass the Cir cuit Ct k yesterday ftfterncon reedy ed the following telegram fiwm Gov ernor VlHson aippifclrjg Jitai of the appolntmtctPnankfort Ky May 13 1909 Mr E G Banrass Hartford Ky James P Little tipeda1 judge will be in Hr tord Tuesday 18th to try euse of Saurdeis vs BirkLtad AUGUSTUS E WILlO Gov Heirs Specials for Friday and Saturday 18 lbs best Granulated Sugar 100 1 Ekp Arbuckes Coffee ISc 4 Fkfs Curtirts 2Dc 6 lees 1Vrwh Soap any kicd25c 2 2lb cars heavy welgM Oysters 35c 1 1b mixed Tea 40c 7 Cans Lye roc 3 Cans Salmon 25c 3 Cans Table Peaches 23c 2 ilbs mixed Nuts 25c 4 Boxes lOcSbce Polish 2Sc 2 Cans White Heath Peaches 35c 3 Cans Strfngless Beaus 30c 7 Berg Ncptiha Soap 2Cc 3 Pkgs Jells 2Ec 1 Doz Lemons lc20 Ibs Brown Sugar LOP 3 Cana Sweet Potatoes i5c CROMWELL Way 12Health in this commun ity is very good at present Mr George Taylor and sister spent Saturday night wt Mi Willie Hookers MUses EMe Hacker and Ploy Tay lor were tte guests of MUs Audra Ta for Sunday Mr CteveJeud Reins raid edsterMiss Proitje of Roslne spent one day last week tt Rev J P Tuyilore Mr eGorge Leech spout Saturday night watt Mir Fred Porter lilts Vvm Gordon who irs been very i4lwWbAw throe + t is very much Improved Mlta Give Gordon spout Saturday night pith Miss Eva Taylor Mlle Gertle Stjveiis wns lbeJ guest of Mlsa TetBle Taylor Sunday MrEste41 aY1racd family of PlrenMs epett TiK cpJEtAt Mar Byron Taylors J y Arir Fred IteiffertyXind wife spent Saturday tight cod Sunday with their parents Mr C31 eDBIrte Indian that tomeAo Oromw jll lectured h e two tiilgWsi lib talks were very inter iting Tibe REd Mend this place gate a grand sapper last htturdayntghtIt was a great success just ilCld aPI the nice things to Teat AU leporttxl n Jolly good time e r Condor Sale I hay about 200 bushels of first claaa Merchantable corn for eate In hickM W BARNARD r 11Hltttord Ky Amon fthe rrie loturlluoiribEe Lodge fs inn fouritt ttg oorn itton receiving new twuca all ihe time and the lodge is arranging one of tli finet dcge teems it hxui ever head e e S iHeittcffil Lodge No U7C Pv Jl M will have work 1m the ttaHtMi l next Or eveslrg PLsIeesiIi gees iypa conferred by Senior VLW fejiElite the first Monday In the aijeaflUieMaflt r I bnstatxbui dt the tominbdceni tIt 1- 9l c r r j Quality First Note the kinds of goods Which we advertise and try to induce you to buy If you will take our advice which is backed up by years of study and experience your cannot peor 1 their confidence If he is the right sort and you will trust II him usually you will profit by letting him decide for you It is his business to know However we are surprised i ourselves at the wonderful sale we have on WARNERS 2 RUSTPROOF and RED I v 2 t FERN CORSETSThe- wearers I Iare doing the for IJ are I ere IS i Do you want cash or for your If you want top cash take it to We the cash 300 in the v 1 Oc I1 4cf rtrJ 8c 15c to 30c Do not feed just If full of 1 c per ck R exeirclses tbte was no tnfEtlttg of Rough River Lodge Knigtits of Pj thtas Tuesday evening This lodge wiijfhaVe Vocfk In the HM dnd te4 otd rink net Tuesday every member IB urged ib be frre eat 1 l J1i oJ 1 One of the big events in fraternal circles was initiation of Heflin Camp Vf jO W aJocreeJt Monday May 10th The entire camliof 26 members were initiated and installed by Hart ford Camp No 202 assisted by Sfc Henry ti number of other camps represented After the regular ceremonies there were a number of from Corn 13 S Chamberlin Past Com WWW1 Heflin Clerk Alex Porter Airo Roth anh tactril the ortlcere elect Visiting pothers who respondtd were Henry iDavis Adam Nave Tl is TWed dell Carter and maDY others advertising for always these a good USI Corsets They have merit New I Have arrived said Enoughi cares for knows that CLUETT PEABODY Shirts and PLAITED WHITECollars superior distinctive aboutj111 B dedCo IL HARTFORD KY I FARMERS ATTENTION goods Produce prices Rockport pay highest market prices days yea- rSOUR PRICES AREA Eggs fresh17cFowls Roosters Hides greenJI WoolrPoultry before selling food pbundess GibbsIlrgGoods Co- Harrrel BrothersReic1 ic1 ROOKPORT KENTUCKY ts4smtnghnd schoolhouse CentertowuRumseyand responses Every AH were then Invited to the csldence of Esq B SA Chamliprllii where they enjoyed a must sumptuous feast pre pad ln the most pleasing and tasty manger by the committee and ttielr wjyes There werc J07 guests wjjo pa took of this splendid feast In thewee sma hours of the morning V departed each one feeling better for elnglt Woodman of the World and having met thane ly inado brothers I Notice Teachers The Board cf Education for Hait ford Graded School will receive lip plications for teachers in the various grades until Thursday May 20th Ap plications should be addresstd to tho tecretary of the board accompanied 1by Tecomm endctlomsand should state 0 tvhat grads the ivpplioaht Desires to teb h and ainounfof salary desired u J1 8 GLENN Ohms W8 TINSLEY6ecy A t m ti r i 11rI 4 a t p j t F M I FRl tWhen the Sutcher Murders I Bull the BeetTravelers standard el UvlngBomewhat different front that they are accustomed to at home Mary nail to her book A Woman trrek From the Cape to Cairo throw as etrong light upon the condItion of- I1Wket and kitchen tn Drit1Ih Central AfrIca When the native butcher proposes to till an ox notice to that effect Is sent round to the whIte people on the pre Vlous day Once they were apprIsed of the tact by the followIng startling announcement A bule will be murdered tomorrow mornIng at O n m This cold blooded crime so carefully premedItated even to the exact hour WO however not commItted as the IJext mornIng a second notice was Issued os follows The bule ran away this mornIng so woe not murdered But this was an exceptional case I heard one story which Is so char acterlstlc of the native that I repeat It The man who related It told me that the IncIdent occurred when he was on a journey and was sufferIng from n bad attack ot fever One evenIng he fancied he would like some eggs and told hIs boy to get two and boll them llgbtly After a time they were brought to him as hard os bullets He told the boy he must get some more and boll them less but alas these were brought to hIm In the same condItion and the poor fellow wIshed he had never or dered them ot all Delng unwilling to gIve In he made another attempt and told hIs boy Como to me when the water bolls The boy dId so Now saId hIs master put the eggs In and when you have counted fifty take them out The native method ot reckonIng Is to count up to ten and then begin again arriving ot the total by the number ot the tens counted The sIck man heard the boy start faIr and get os tar as tour tens when a second boy inter feted Dud questioned whether It were the thIrd or fourth ten ThIs started a dIscussIon and os they could not agree It was decIded to begIn all over again Meanwhile the eggs were still boiling and getting harder and harder This was about the last straw and Ill as the man felt he was compelled to get out ot bed and put a summary end to the cookIng operations SOME SURE THINGS Do Not Bet on Your Ability to Percform These Feats Bets to be avoIded by those who are cocksure they can do nil thIngs are those relating to athletic teats It would seem that a good runner could easily gIve a start ot fitly yards In a hundred to a man who was doIng the fifty yards by bopping on one leg nutIfew runners It any can afford to gIve that amount ot start to any man who J8 at all strong on his legs For tho lust the yards or so they go at prac tJcally the same pace so that to run nlnetyfive yards while his opponent is hopping tortyfive be has to go more than twIce as fast and It Is a weak man Indeed who cannot hop fifty J1T1111 Jo ten seconds v An ordInary wooden match Is easilyI broken In the fingers but although there are many who will bet they can do Jt none succeed In accomplishing the task It the match Is laId across the nail of the mIddle finger ot eIther hand and pressed upon by the first and thIrd fingers ot that hand despIte Its seem Ing so easy at first sight No one can crush an egg placed lengthwIse between his clasped hands that Is It the egg be sound and has the ordInary shell ot a hens egg It Is sate to bet a man that ho can not get out ot a chair without bendIng J1 2JLY forward or putting hIs feet under It be Is sitting on It not at the edge of It Anoiber iually certaIn wager Is that n man cannot stand at the side of tI room with both ot his feet touchI Ing the waInscoting lengthwIse It Is sate to bet any man save one- who Is blind that be cannot stand for five mInutes without moving tr be- 1s blindfolded tf Very DifferentIIt Is never embarrassIng a for a rich man to find a lot ot poor kin There Is always a vacancy In a bank where the rich man Ondsa good position for the oldest son who soon becomes the banks presIdent An other child shows n genIus for paint- Ing and the rich man sends him to Italy to study In a month or two the child returns a great artist nut how different In real life Aft how vastly dltferentiAtcbtson Globe She Hid Often Studied It LIttle MarIe had returned from her first vlllt to Sunday schooL And what lesson are you to study for next SundayT her mother asked Noaln much said the touryearI o1d rather scornfully Her jest said to learn all about the cataktssln and ate knowed that already Llppl- nmfa Like the See 1 sir saId Mr Dustin Star am like the busy bee I have industriously stored the good ot Ute Yes And anybodywho tried to atop you was very likely to get stung Washington Star Force of Habit Captain ot SlgnalereOOG what the deuce does the fellow mean 0 Theres no word with three Gs run nICorporalBeg pardon air but- 61gnter Ulistna be stutteratLondon1- Pntic6 f 111iIII r- GIFTED LUNATICS One Faculty Strongly Developed n Many Inane Persons One ot tho most peculiar features of insanIty Is that occasIonally one far nlty either sight hearing smell tastes or touch Ii extraordinarily acute Certain Insane persons InsensIble to every other ImpressIon have a pronounced torte for musIc and can repeat with accuracy pn aIr whIch they may have heard but once Others have a recollection ot form and color and display an aptitude for drawIng while more frequently one may meet wIth an tn taste of an asylum who has a specIal memory for gores dates proper names and words generallY There Is a cue on record for In stance ot an Imbecile who at twenty seven had such an extraordinary memo oty that he could solve the most dIm cult problems In arithmetic and alga bra and repeat word for word long poems after once hearIng them In another case a boy of fourteen wftb a detective braIn who had tbo greatest difficulty In learnIng to read could It allowed two or three mInutes to run over a page printed In a foreIgn Ian gouge or treating of questions of which he was ignorant repeat the words from memory os correctly as It the book had been lying before hIm Very curious was the case of an other man Ii devout churchgoer who could remember the day when every person had been burled In the parIsh for thlrtyfve years and could repeat with unvaryIng accuracy the name and age of the Ileeeased and mourners at the funeral And yet he was a corn pllte fool and outsIde ot the line ot burIals he bid not one Idea and could not give an Intelligent reply to a single questIon or even be trusted to feed blmseltIAt Earlswood asylum England they have records ot Imbeciles who could not only repeat accurately a page or more ot any book which had been rend years before even though It was a book they dId not understand In the least but also ot an Insane person who could repeat backward what he had j just read- Anotber curious case Is that ot nn imbecile who In the first place never tailed to go to church and who on reaching home could repeat the sere mon word by word sayIng Here the mInIster coughed here he stopped to blow his nose and so on In another case an Imbecile knew the Bible so perfectly that If you asked him where such and such a verse was to be found lie could tell without lies itatlon and repent the chapter wCllauthentllcated Is one sense which Is sometimes On- l1ertully acute In persons ot weak intellect so In the case of blind people the sense ot smell or hearing Is often very One keenIrecord was that ot Julia Brace a female deaf and blind mute who coulll distinguish brothers and sIsters by smelt and who recognized anybody she had met before by the same meane- PitUadelphla InquIrer A Rhymed Task Muter In the studIo of an artist on Madl son avenue there Is a sIgn that would seem suited for almost any place where there Is work to do Of course It Is exceptionally well adapted to the needs ot dreamIng artists It reads Wheneer a task Is put to you Dont Idly lit and view It Nor be content and wish It dona Deltln at once and do tt In this studIo It was of course ortis- tlcally prInted and framed Within vIew of the motto everyone was hard nt work and the man who sat nearest saId It never gave him a moments rest He could not look at an unOn untied job without seeIng or bearing the jIngle ot the rbymeNew York Press sat q3I Why He Didnt Rise It was marrIed mens night at the revIval meeting Let all you bua- bpods who have troubles on your mInds stand upi shouted the emotional preacher at the height of his spasm Instantly every man In the church rose to his feet except one Abal exclaImed ihe preacher peer- Ing out at thIs lone sItter who oecn pled achalr near the door and apart from the others You are the one 10 a million It aint that pIped back this ont helplessly as the rest ot the congrega- tlon turned to gaze suspIcIously at hint I cant get up Im paralyzed How Eratul found a Voting Is somethIng of a hazard at tImes If we do not happen to have the plain guidance of the old qlrky jonl tor In PrInceton Erastus beIng asked how he had Toted replied Iu the mabnln sab I was Inclined to de Re publican cause for they gave me 3but in the afternoon do Democrats rave me 2 So sab t voted de Dem ocrat tIcket straight because dey was de lelll corrup sahde leas corrup sebiSuccess Magazine Th Real Resian De po child died trim entln too much watahprllllon Hub I Dar olnt no IIlcblll thing as too much watahmllllon Well den dar wOlnt enough boy Puck It Hid Seen Read That old tightwad uncle of mine Is dead Has hIs will been read yeti DId you near what I called blmT Cleveland Ltader To be proud of leerning 1 ire great est IgnuruucrTaytor r 4- W J I ii J Li Ii MR TOO CLEAN l African Natives 1Nho WsgeLavish In Their Use of Soap Mss Mary Kingsley who made many Journeys In the wl1qsofAr1 aused to relate how once necessary to cleanse a much soiled and stained blouse she carried It with a cake ot soap to a neIghboring spring where an Interested group ot native women watched her wash It They were much Impressed by the way In which the spots disappeared and It emerged as good as new The next mornIng when It came time to break camp MIss Kingsley missed her soapa precIous commodity In the wilderness SuspIcion soon poInted to a certaIn woman who on being accused confessed boldly that she had taken It and cast It Into the sprIng that Its extraordInary powers of re- newIng old garments mlgbtbe perma nently Imparted to the waters She was deeply mortlfed to learn that her effort had been In vain I The Rev Peter McQueen ot Charles town Mast tells a kindred story Ills soap however was not lost although mIsused He still had It with hIm I told onr native servants to be sure to lay In a supply ot clean water when we crossed the Tarn desert a scorched belt ot sand stretchIng some seveniysLx miles he relates Tld lags bad reached us that an explorer who bad attempted EnsllsbI that desert shortly before us Ished from thirst so we wanted to be careful You can ImagIne my surprIse when upon taking my first draft ot water J discovered that It tasted strongly ot soap All the casks were similarly taInted and we rounded up the natives and held a hasty court martial It was n tough predIcament but I couldnt refrain from smiling within when the lender ot them meekly con teased that ns the master had lnstruct ed hIm to lay In a supply ot clean wn ter be had seen to It that bars ot soap were added for soap he saId was used to clean things TheZZdid not perish of thirst but otter days of drinking soap suds which agreed with aelttter palate nor stomach no native of that partlc ular gang was agaIn likely to try to purIty water with soapYouths Companion ON THE DEAD RUSH An Experience In Getting Acquainted In New York Getting acquainted In New York Is thus descrIbed by a man from Atlanta Ho brought u letter ot introduction to the person he was to meet at the lat ters oIDce In Nassau street This Is the Atlantans report to his house Called at 2 p m Boy on the gate asked my name and business Gave him the letter ot introduction Roy returned and told me to sIt doWn Sat down twentyllve minutes Saw a man come out ot his ounce and breakthrough the gate as It lo was chased by hornets Whos the man from Atlanta who wants to see met asked the hurrIed IndIvIdual I am the man I replied tryIng to act as It I was also hurried Come along with me saId the man os he grabbed me by the arm He dragged me through the maIn door Into the hallway lIe caught sight ot a de scendIng elevator and shrieked to the an In the car to stop The door ot the car slid ajar and he man who had me by the arm saId Come along lets get acquaInted I1S we go down By that time the ear had reached the landIng on the maIn floor As the door ot the car was pushed back the man who had my letter In his hand saId I havent had time to read this let ter but we know each other Come In day otter tomorrow Ive got to make a traIn Ill know you when we meet agaIn Gopdby Before I could say goodby he had turned the corner and was out ot sight Thats busIness In New YorkSun cess MagazIne 4 Had Two Fault Uncle Remus besIdes beIng an In veterate horse trader was somethIng ot a wag One day after swappIng a rather disreputable looking nag be saIdNow stranger Ill tell yer falrc1at boss hab got two faults And more too J guess assented the other out what are theyr Waal of ho glts out In de field hes de habiIcs hosster ketch ye ever seed an when yer ketch 1w he aint wuth a cussJudge A Versatile Fellow A young man wants situation as odd man or paIr of 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Mayor George Lewis Clerk S K Cox Treasurer t r R E L Simmerman C M Barnett E E lllrkhead wayne Griffin fJHooker WillIams and trneat Ellis School Trustees HartfordC MfCrowe J S Glenn W R rtnsteyc Barnett and Dr E D Pendleton c rMSunday In each month at 11 a m andr7 P m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray t er meeting every Wednesday evenIng l Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices held Satur day nIght before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth SundaLand Sunday night Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening C PChurchServlcee first Sunday p tin each month at 11 a m and 7 p mo Rev T O Wilson PastorI I Christian ChurebSerylcee every fourth Sunday at 11 a m and l k P 7n Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET tiOCIETIES S t c Hartford Lodge No 675 F k A Ma I MondaynightWI E P Moore Secretary I Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every 4 third Saturday tight In each month RoscooRenderHartford Chapter No S4 O E Smeets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HolfieRileyRough RIver Lodge No 110 Knight of 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Taylor Qdlaes 6 7 1 Brown Rockpol1tt ii i BITt a11 DEIIa rsstY1MNs li 1 r HsOvI ise 4i s 4rt p 7 r r at t a 1 Are You a Sinner Judge You It f By John F Porter icAny Sabat broafcer who gistiussiou tan wiJi and lioly I ift tars dar himself ifrom tte death l peifelty of Goda law iby decnoHshlttg the o law pillars win confer a fa vor to mc 1n conJssU aneyo t it w h 4rlghteou nc 5 the POODle In wLo se rlj r heart Is any law Isa 517 GodsI do thy will O my God yea thy Jaw I la wiUiin my heart I have preached righteousneEs to the great congregation PB 40 Heb 10 Pa 119 It any1 man will do his will hw he shall know of the doctrine Wh th 1tbe of God or I speak of my e Kd not Moses give you the law of lyet none of you keepeth t flaw John 71720 Howtoolt in vain do you worship me beaoblng for doc trines the commandments of men 1 Mark 17- 3iWhatdo we mean when we pi thai Gods will may be done on ear as it is done In Heaven We pray that Gods law may be obeyed by all of earths inhabitants as the angels in Heaven do his commandment 3 t It hearkening unto the voice of his words Ps 10320 4 What is sin Sin Is trazsgr Mon of the law The strength of s ia ia the law Where no law is tho is no transgression Sin is not Imp ted where there is no law 1 John 341 1 Cor 1656 Rom 415513 5 How do we know we aro sin OWB By looking at Gods law Judging ourfelves by it for by t law Is the knowledge ofl sin Whoso ever abideth in him slneih not Wh soever slneth hath riot seen him net or known him Rom 320 1 John 3 6 What is the penalty of sin TI- t41 ie kwages of sin is death Situ whit is finished brlngeth fort h I The soul that sinneti It nhall di l etblm know that he that soave tea m sinner from the enror of his wn shall save a soul from death and sty t bJamere are to be cast Into the lake of fir the second death ReV 218 7 How do we know If we aN chi dren of God or children of the devil He that comimltteth sin is of the de whofoevr is tocrn of God Ciofth ofJof the devil 1 John 3811 I ij8 What is the proof that we kno Christ He that sayeVh I know hIm 4 dad keepeth not hils commandments Is a liar and tie truth is not tn fclai 1 John 24 9 What are his commandments The word I speak is not mine b the fathers wl o sent me I come not to do my own wllllaiw but the will of him that seat me John 434 1424178 rI 0 10 How do we prove our love to God For this is the love cf God that we keep his commandments and pJo11 What code of law polite out all sin I Lad not known sin but by the law for I had not known lust except the law had said thou shall not covet Rom 77 Paul says that this codeiiI holy just good spiritual ord tIed un L to life and ttct he dell lted in it rafter the Inward man Dear me have you learned a new way of recognizing ein unknown to Paul 12 Ices the gospel annul the lnwt The law Is not Grade void through faith bilt estoblhfced Roma 331 172 come not to destroy the law but to fulfill Matt 51720 see Rem 227pn l fulfill f 13 How many low makers does th lawgititJameia 412 14 Was not the mlss ton of Jew that of a new lawgiver fs0 Jew preached no new gMpeiLorganized no It now ohuroh and gave no new precep outside of the gospel ordinances the world Even tfe new commandi ments love Is only new In the senoil f r stsr I andtuTt that It is an 019 oommand ment that we had from the beginnin- r 8ngiven ln tie daya of Cain and Able Deut 647 Lev 19T 4tfom 27r31112 The ten pQiIan ndnenta land I Ijimprehenided In an4usp9nded tot Chese twp love commands dience no one can keep the two without keeping the ten Matt 323641 Ram 13Jall Even BapUan is baeed on the washing ol the prleEtat the layer and the s ttordB Supper on the paseover Gen U hV Keb 42 Acts 247738 Rom r 1117 Eph 14 Heb 110 J 15 What then was the miesloa of IfJews When the fullnets of time i was come God sent for sIlls sOn b It TtorJJuDk1 r the laws redeem ttteon a t were underthe jawthcit wemilghi GalI I w 4454 1iepce no new Jaw wale needed jthe world had more JawJfeSin needed1tR5 t ry t I j I + j penalty oy toe gcspel ct grace or Caver and aprdoa oid Jesus has only redeemed us from under the one law that he was bceni under iiente zi atonement has been made for any of er law There was nothing in the Ark save the two tables of stone TJie high priest made atonement over these only Jesus is tOW In the most flol making atonement for the same 1as 1 Klngs89 Lev 16 Heb 9 Jesus mission then ors that of a 4eUeemer r and teacier of the deeper eptriltual intent of Gods law 16 How many are under the dyes not tho decalogue only for Jesus and Gentllea are all under sl beltgressed the law Jesus Is the mart- ha seat for the sins ot the whole world Rom 3 1 John 22 17 What then Ismnt by the ex presslon tovv of Christ Gal 62 It means that Jesus was the iHrtit person exempUJhtent ess he learned it tram the old bock und he claimed no originality for hte tea h1ngsnor made no claims to be Ing a lawmaker Jo hn 141024 18 How many commanda do we have ito break to bring us under the tene person guiltur or em w e death penalty and was convinced of the liw as a transgressor For he thert said Do not commit Adustery bhochano thou are become a transgressor of asih6code tans been nailed to Khe croia A D 33 how could It In A D 60 con iien0p16ej those who broke Its precepts This isnTe no more who need a Sabbath or a moral aw What is the first Cubing thee world should know The first thing alltIJeyda ayor ttta gospel of Ohrlat Acts 2024 helvesan the old covenant trod Use new osven bhwduration nor in the things promised to Abiaham to Israel nor In bar new covenant In ill there wzs eSer nal possession ot the land and pro palestse utsings to all the earth through Abra tarns seed Ex 1949 1 Kings 420 266llS24 Jas 214445 Jer 1724 26 Ex 224668 Deut 781010 1114 The od covenant strictly area king Is the old contract made between God and the Israelite at Slnla which was In substance alto keep the law and olive forever or lk the tow and dto and it con tained no mercy nor pardon forth3 who broke It nor no promise of a change of heart Jesus was tie first man of the seed ol Abraham to earn life by this covenant now the new coven at for rast sins on conditions oC filth In him and obedience to tlu gospel and also a new heart and a now spirit eo that those we have the law written on their hearts may be able keep it In aew ness dw tpiiCt and not in the oldness of the letter Rrocn Cor 3 Heb 8 Jer 31 Ezek 3626 to 30 tills covenant Is now 00 eg mane with Gentile and in the next age will be completed with lira JudaeCoreHeb 869158 1735 The law 13t6wdtten on the heart in place of ou stone under the new covenant I am not a member of cny cAiurch organization I ibelieve the Bible KB reds The opinions of the popu nJtMngIi the Lord domevof man I will in teat your attention to the Presbyter confession of tfdlth page 119 Art In Gods word by a positive moral a porpetual commanumeatblniiUng on all men in all ages he hath partl cujarily appolcteU one day In seven for a Sabbath to be kept holy unto him which from the beginning ot the world to the resurrection of chrlst was the last of tie week and from 1theresurreotJl1on of Christ alas clang day of the week which In Ecrlpture is called the LordS day and is to be continued to the ezd of the VrorM as rile Ohtltfitaa Sib ath Ndw here in all the bible la this fable to be found Answer Npwtere Listen to the tegthnouy of Cbrist ontls eubject rtil knot that r come to destroy the law ar hetprophotsr I cbaie tfnardestroy but tofulfllir for verily I say Iw t unto you Till Heaven and earth pus away one jot or tattle shall In no wIre pass any from tha law till nil tfctags be accompiteted R V Matt fi17 Has all things been IlCCY11pll1shC 1 I not tuuCGodte holy day reseed away the seventh day that he blest and- o sancttfileU Acd II it teu not incased 1aw1ymd become a working day Is this Presbyterian otement true The bibCe nowhere tees you one day In seven but the seventh day Andy that is an identical day and no day Ibut the seventh can fulfill the scriptural comacd the testimony oC our eocalled dlvtete to tio contrary The Methodist dUclpllne tells us Whatever is net found In the scriptures nod not be taught for dcctrlne The scripnness as Ge 23 Col 21617 Mark 227 John RevyHeb 1024 25411 Let us ask what would the world think of a mon wta would tetrodiuye such evidence Into our court to prove his case Not one positive statement to trustaln his position and many of the foregoing scriptures ate exactly against the doctrine they are trying to prove My next letter I whit allow from Bible and history Who made the change of the Sabath Yours for truth To be continued next week Honeymoons are Out of Fashion Tie honeymoon Is gating out of lash IonFor years women cf advanced thought have spoken and written ag lnst It Only the woman who has gone through the process of getting atrous eeau toady no matter tow simple it- te in detail of looking alter the wed dllng arrangements of witting the rev essary aorta of gratitude for goad wishes expressed an almost herculean task la Itself and of dc ng the thous Iutd and ore tHnigo wthlch rush in up on her at the lISt moment knows how tired the average brlldo finds her self when I will has been said nit the excitement of the wedding is pest My one aim in life ad a Wttle bJde a few days aster her marrfrge visittta I suet on our boneymwa oaryracy convince them of the fleet She was one of the army of brides who have settled forth ta Eb bread new goingaway drerta for one of those Joy beeneworn a ready ptaturally she was sweet tempered without cri ounce of the Tartar la her makeup and iihe spent tte test of her dlys trying to hide from memoryttbas first days when she had expected to soar to the heights of happiness As a matter fo faotttey were sim ply a memory nightmare A woman who has had occasion to see many newly married couples on their travels says the bitdo1 trip te more or less elf a fraud In many re speots Brides and bridegceems are not cA ways the ectationlly hapy persons they are supposed to be aad tears oa a ltoney mon are tot by aay means unknown The wedding day is an awful strain and often upsets tempers for day- S nowadays It bas opme to b3 the custom to 53 direct from the church to a home 1My1mnIsta Boston Courier I The Saddest of the Year The nie acoboty days have came the sadestcteys of t e year the carpet oa I the clothesline and InVessant whacks we hear The be dings In the kltca en and the beds are In the hall the pictures are upon thb floar while some one dusts the wall The me lanoholy days are here the nays of soap and brushi shave polish daubs the dIver ware theres pie on Sh Ue speares butt the loath tub lined with books tho women folkoroh who could tell who they ware by their looks Sing hey T4e glad houJe- cleanlag time of dust and eoip It is gladtome tight to seethrough a big telescopeSomerset Journal Forced Into Exile VimUuchuroh ot Glieo Oak Okla WM an exile from home Mountain air ha thought would cure a Cnigit ful luugnaoHing cough that had de fled alt remedies door two years After six months he returned death dog sing his steps Tttea I begant to use Dr Kings New Discovery he writes and after taking six bottles I am BIS tlos ever It stvea thousands yea ly from desperate lung diseases In fdliKblef orCougts omd Jslt dlspol Haaraemoss and Sore Thircot Cures Gkp JQHonchttis H mDinh iges Asthma Group Whooping Cough 50c anid JLW trial bottle troegx ttrteed- bya11 druggfeh tin1c e tI d j LEMONADE CONTAIN ED CROTON OIL And Punch Ipecac So Dan gers Hurried Home Kentucky University Students Halt Negro Carriers and Doc thr the Beverage Lexlngt in Ky May 9Ipecac in the punt and croton oil Ia the tem onadeb vken up the annual pone ncde due of the junior clUES of State XJKverfclty students tong before the pfogrim time for the Home Sweet H ne number In Metrlck Dxg loll this morning More than half a hundred mighty sick boys and girls were whlriedi to their be xes In cringes at about 1 oclock a m but to far hus been reported nIj of them needed the her vlceaof a doctor The utktad tricks laid at the dw of the sophomore and fretihmua Clea The beverages were prepared at th Womans Exohinge andsw ere convey ed in two large sans to the dance hall by a couple of husky black boys shortly before midnight The mixolo gist at tire exchange told the Investi gating committee of the Junior class this morning that the putcn and tWi lemonade were 0 K wfcen tbey left her puce I fctrv they were all right she sold f r I tasted them when I mixed them and these is nathhS the mutter with me- N luJetdy white folks we nevafu put no n water call Utc iim cans for 2e Lawd n vah chorused the black boys when they were eii ed upon the carpet I wouaat be surprised ief twiirat yo own fiehment committee dat did It vestucVJ one of tae ciireu When we war Jaa bout tall way fncoi ieU to de Ctrl fo young wren moet us an sill dey wssr the ftreahmeat commlttt Jiom doa dance and dat dray dor forgot to girt any cakes Dey ivrled ne haK a dollar an tole me to git de cakes aa Oiy gib Jim i dolar an tole Wm for to git some oranges rt to keep de ciiiuj wtlch wr a qujtah apiece Dey said they would watch de cons twel we come btxk an dey taw us to hurry Wecerit gene a minute hones we waath 4rdwhenwe fat back de- nTv toiadng Jeas Ifek we let eaivaa we didnt notice nutMeg wrong wf de ocs We tuck dens to dte hail an- de young geniJonxcs ief us at de d h Tie iaveivtilgatlDg ccTOmitite found that the ipecac and croton oil had been purchaifctl at Casuals drugttore and further tTcat members of the Fire Departmeat tad seen four students stop tie negroes serd them away and alt ioaiething into the cans New Millinery Establisement Mrs I A Lee has recently open ed a splendid line of Millinery at Cromwell where she will be pleased to serve all customers with the very latest patterns in hats and every thing pertaining to her line at the most reasonable prices Call and examine her line before purchasing else where No trouble to show or try on hats REAL ESTATE FOR SALE We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and half miles from Sunnydale direct ly on the M H E R R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply ol freestone water A four room house In Hartford io cated on the Pike acre lot splendid well of soft water pAn ty of fruit for small family This Is a desirable piece of property A nwe house and lot situated In old Fair ground addition to Hartford j lot 110x145 feet house four room cottage a good nwe barn Desirable lo cationHouse and lot at the corner of Clay and Washington streets now j owned by E Crabtree This is one of the finest locations In Hartford and the property is in good repair House contains nine rooms and there is a never failing spring of soft water on the lot This property Dan be pur chased at a very reasonable figure Apply at once as it will not be on the market long 12 acres on the Beaver Dam and Cromwell public road 112 mile from Beaver Dam in good state of cultiva tion good young orchard grapes straw berries raspberies good 4 room cot tage with varanda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting of m house hen house coal house goo well Located in good neighborhood 27 acres good farm land on Prentis public road adjacent to Robert Plum mer good old and young orchard good four room dwelling and good out buildings Two good wells Located In good neighborhood close to school 182 acres ot upland known as the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres in splendid state of cultivation 82 aCNe timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out bindings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADE Dwelling i and store house one acre of lot good lout buildings at email mining town In Ohio county one mile front R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition in bulnesss For full particulars call on us 41milesand out building orchard plenty of water 40 acres in timber balance In good sate of cultivation 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 dwel ling barn and our building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a well kept farm A trot of land on Halls Creek one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres In DO toms two barns and dwelling well kept and In good condition We dont own the property We are only agents for the owners and our purpose is to bring together the j buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge if no sale is effected List your property with us or if you want to buy a form house or lot make I your wants known t OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KYI 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 else q ALFRED PEATS PRIZE WALL PAPER is the perfection of modem wall decoration andoffers the widest range of choice in pattern and price tj Samples submitted and estimates furnished upon request W D liTJCOT PAINTING AND DECORATING 115 Main Street Hartford Ky PlDIJWtSlYn gJ CW DiBKITT C EBU1T BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAWi IHARTFORD KY In all the adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals Special at tentlon given to all business entrusted to their caro Collections and the Prao LaIFRANK 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 locttons a Specialty Office in the Her aid building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law KYIpension Federal Etc Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Public for Ohio county Office over Williams Drug Store IM L HGAVKIN EltNEST WOODWAIU HEAYRIN WOODWARD GiUote3 eIauHARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts ot Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Of Lice next door to Dank of Hartford YAN CY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National t Bank 4 W n BABNE9 SA ASDEIIH01 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 ot Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation boIIJOHN 0 WILSON CHAS MCUOWE WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY J3 Will pracioa their profession in all counjtiesSpecial attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office on Main S opposite Court House and TRADEMARKS promptly obt lneU la PATENTSTHATipento anduelpuu to racccu reporton UDuultDO38O Soventh StrootWASHINGTON D C t KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr1Kings New Discovery FOR yeaOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPA010B1 OR MONEY REFUNDED PROCURED AND DEFENDED ttlk1mode1 Fna urloe bow to obtain pawnta uad mitlu aoprr1ahm eo IN ALL COUNTRIES Stulntu Jlrtet with Wa4flalla11 tiny many anJofttn tkt ExclutlvityWritIU XUtk not en Vnltei Italu Pit Oleo WASHINGTON D C r yr t f ri A NVtM Jnb ArMM r T Jt t r y f l f r 11 f vr q fly rt t n- r r PIANOr r I t D J 1 nr IJIrttef a Lv a IL y f r i II 9y il1a r hi Ty rs 11f 1 v i r 1 J i I r i 1 1 r 1rt l lr t rI h t 71 1 i01 F 1a GEOSrrtm q p J i 1tJ lr l I At p y I papn 1 Ii J j Jtf t f I Y J P tl L ft+ I ti Ii prS Ii 1iYnf1 hi L I 4Ps i c 1 i 1 t 10 4 I I I SA va tf IJi I jt to j J 4- j On and alter Monday May 23 the ballot box will he kept at the Bank of Hartford where contestants can de= posit the money they collect instead of procuring vole ballots The grand prize is within the reach of several contestants and the one who puts forth the most strenuous effort during the closing doss will win 1J 1JViJJl1Tl1l1vn1liT iiJtTU1iwJI Vij1iJJ101fJfjJItJfuTJlTU1 JWI4 VM area BALD KNOB I 31ny 11Theruwill be preaching ut this plate next SJturuay night and SuntlY Everybfly come Sunday tchoot wlli btot 10 1 nt Sunday Tifu flOW organ Is expected tie thereby i Saturday Ilr RI LewlJ wife and llltle- tlaugtitor I ly vlwFted Mr Jee Tpr JiIlte rind wile Sunday Mrs Eliza Leach and oMldren spent Sunday atlIr J ill lrrenlesl JS3E 1 SJndeiur dined at ilr W ff- Tnylora I last Sunday Llttde 3114s Bulk Leach and HtUe brothiyr Roseoe spent Saturday nlgbt and Sunday with flilys EmuuSl Tay- lo 31s Ot1l C Torrence ani MIi3 RhOda Ttlrrence mode a flying trip to ITeare getting IIOl1ig sine No sIgn of fatigue I Born to the wife of J O Leisure May Sth an 8y pnud grl Mother and baby doing well Oro Is all smt Mr n P Leach was in ML Pleasant Wluy and Satu dray on bustnes- Me=ssrs CilMe Le and Oleve OJinn- calufl at Mr Dill SlnleCur Saturday rig tt- r I Messrs Oscar AJt and Ollrld wt don cIIIeod atL1Lr J H Torrences Sun day morning Idttde 1Is Cora Torrence 191tpd 1 hill CODeaml Mae SJ1durDues day Llttl Mlrs Connie Surdefur vlsM fdtvdfas Ilmulaus Taylcr Tuesday nlglltItev J n Embry and son POtl- lwe In tafnrgtntowa Tuesday The Farmers Saolety or Equity net nt Mt Pleasant last Saturday night The ladles program was legit over for nett fourth Situday evening Eveyi- tady Invlted toittead3- fa J W Taylor went to Hartford lon1lY on buMneas1- AttCIe Mlss Wlnorro Taylor pent Monday nlgt ut tt1 E P Smdetur3- MI I A Dwls and wIre vieted the torniors IYlro1ls Tuesday 114 + 4a Hariet Smdeur and Omo C Torrcanca vbtai Miss I body Torrenco Tuesday Aunt Ri1l1cl Glkttap who iias not walked for seven years wltt SSJliIt- anoo walked across the flloor and back to 1rec1 Sunday God grant t3at she may continue gatning unti1 uhe 01ln- Vnlk without ufvlstancel b rte wiya- of all her rientJa PALO flay 10Hellth Is reasonably tom at presentL- Mr Lavrence Dungr and wtfe o- Hcrtfotd f vre vlsitdng trllmfl8 and red atdve In this nelhloolhocd Master TommdeIMalden was the tof maude and beater Wbitel IJat Sunday p1r John Wi on5 or O3ton leas In our midst bat Thursday Mr Wilson or fulz town was 1 guest of Mrs Wm Oor lUst Friday LMr Joan Dodson and tlsml1y were pkci it visitors or W L 1Vblte lad evilly 1st Friday SlsiiIboale Berry went to umnla1- ehop e 4ng I st Saturday MrrJG roe Murhy and family rwer- eplaaaanntasllars DJt GOOrge Rrus911 s ff jtl w- YY 1 il t ftlwtiIJi 0 t f r ll c id last Sunday Mr Buck FIener Is on the sick lUstIlr Estn Ilurlen while mending lYlll1lyburnIItS Jane llakiea and Mr H 0 Duke alai family visited air James R Burden md family last Saturday Our Sunday trhoal at 3U vinsl- Cthpet is getting along nicely Unole Luther Ambrose hus been lQttlndlng the meeting It Dundee Mr Kit Bcry or Po went to Ow easboro on business last 10artJay Ihe A S of E No 607 met bat Saturday aigltt with cloyed doors with a good lJteld3ncdIbIt on tingled In a cart at Sutllyale Satur- d uy and got badly hurt jr James COPPGI3 ot Sunnnydaie- wts In our midst Sunday 3h5 Sal1d Maiden and daughter alias Otu were the guests Ot M13 Anr die Iiienn ILt Monday The tannll1I wru own lend acroarlHali- a Creek are buy building a bridge so as Tn get to their wlrkINARROWS I MllY 1211 and Mts E P Petty visited Mr Ora Petty or Dundee Sunday I t1Ir and Mrs J H Thomas and eMidren Arita and Lyn1oD viylted- Mr and Irs Noble Bean Sunday I airs Matiida Been Beaver Dlm visited her sister airs Ida Renfrow Tuesday I air and Mrs thiwrence Danlol Bent Sunday with airs Mary Daniel Olaton- AirsWooeiey and dsughter MIss D bon 11M Mips Annie Miller visited 3LrsMay Shuitz Sunday I dirs Thgmas Acton Olaton spent Saturday with his daughter Mrs E Go KirbyDr L Lnwlace Hors Branch wl c+ + his iemtly tram Saturday unI to Mondry Mr J W Petty who has wen hre- a few days on huskers raurned home Tuesday I Dzr D ReQI row who tics been here tar ttle last two weeks engaged tn dental Work returned blame Wednesday Tae tbrarers 3re somewhat behind with thetr crops ba account or the numerous rains Uncle BIYe Hiitvh and Ma rrom- Shutz are szpen41tng the sprJng tn fishing CENTRAL Yi1fUy 12Messrs J W ltIYve and H B Frrugdwt went to Padutar dilly returning Monday They visited Dir andaiza A T Row r Mid It Hewitt Young Owens bore are viEmng airs YOU g8 paP ants Mr LId Mrs D If Park iMr C R Owson formerly of Sin A1IItonl Tax visited lads sister alma J W Rowe this week Mrs L B Loney lias been quite Sick this week but to SOme improv eel attbJs writing Misses F11assbb nod un Matthews WUUlrDS Mines spent Thursday tJt M F Fhughta Mr George Carson of Centertow- nvaited4ba Samlly or Mr J w Itowe Monday Master Ewls Tlchenor Centettown- vJSI the Post or Master Alttiio- eFaughtMaayI algid t 7 wl r tWNY i J MANDA cII1Y 1lHe31th in roans cCJmmvnlt Is sane better than last week Mr J F Beck and iIinttly hive mow back tnm I1v Lord to their home at this pnce air Jim DaughErty was tit town yesterday on buslnes Rev Brooks ruled Svis regtdar fp- polntrent at Mt Pfecaret Sua dty and preached a goad aefmoa- ff zn to the wife or J O 1 eau last Saturdoy night a flue girl Jim is all mItes now Mryietor Stewart visited his Moth erlLSt Satuniuy night antiFSun day l1eios Bes51e end IhnIIIJ1ISI rZ ur or near Mt Zion ohuro Auk iI1ltlwn yesterday Mw Miss Dln1l1furM or near Me Come og1l1 girlsotfn a always in Chtlariul that It makes us almost wish we went3 young again Cttarey Leach and Guy Remy we- here yet rby Mr Gorge Leach went some w1llope Saturday evening returnImg ye ord- ay Weil It may be beat sot to any where die went From Anotber Correspondent 3iuy 12Rn Brooks filled Msreg- uar wpotntment at tile 1f P oi1urdb Saturday and Sundry ldr H C Leach whoa name thus sppenied rm the sack list for some time is much befer- blr and 3An J R Her or NeHe- nrywere he guests tY M 3 Ilers0abh e Mr H C Leach Sunday Mr Den Amos or CrUIeH visited iris brother Mil Gettle Amos Sit urday Mr and Mrs Cleveland Baize or- BJlzetown were the guests or l1f- BlIzeo fatter Mr A U S wart ast Saturday night Mrs J F Beck wbo went to Hartford sometime ego to fend her daughter to school ices returned home Ne ave glad to have them back afessrs Seth Davis sad Arthur Deck attended the RE s supper at Cromwell SltUldiiyn1ght Ttey reported a nice timid fire Annie Stewr or LlntonInd who lies been visiting relattve4 here for the pest week Is now virltinghtl- rbrotherintgwMr Victor SSewert or 1Bi3flit Victor Stgwart af Bella visited life hrot r Rev W G StewartS- urday t and Sunday J RENDER L Stay 11Mrs Niibzias Bssraa3 Sr daughter Mrs Harve Wdlllajpe landTaylor Mines and Meests 81 F Howey and W B AexanIer rrf q1 I tr BldMl a1Cltr were ber bIt WedA9J41PJa I alines were here Lsst Thursday Travis ND1rts or Beavatl pr ri- and Raymond Baker of TaIolji ea were here Fridayrfy fJ D Crobb went to Ownetrb t urd3Y tA J rt went to Horse BI I- IBiturday Dr wad Dirs H B lones and dau tfb ter Mtns Glidys era in IPatff- Saturday 1 I Megss H p Toybr and L M tWoodwatd or Uartdbd were Here y mtSan Jzmu Or Sett badayL- xaleneTy or South WaesGr ntB take- ieb i I 4 tk i i47 il Z f o f Y his native home where he WIlD vlstt- far about 4 montf1s Han Autmdre or Harrisburg Ill was here Saturday and Sunduy 1e Harvey went to Leltchfleld Sunday Rev Oasebler of Hartford preach ed here Sunday Dick Baker of Taylor Mines hnd Byron Austin or Beaver Dam were here Ye3terdlY Ike Oaer Ras in Taylor3flees yesterday Mss rs Leslie Taylor and C nude 1anklmsMpG Beaver Darn wore ihere today LMisses Lizzle and Mnude BIlker of- Rohwler ire the guests of Mr and 3ir3 John T Main at tills writing 4 Notice Promotions In the Collegiate department or Hartford College wtii M made- next monday morning ot9 oolock Instead or tomorrow moradng us tM teachers are all too busy with come mencemont ezetgtnes to make the promotions sOOner L N GRAY Itinulpal Resolatlans of Respect Whereas With profound sorrow we leurn of the death or our beloved brother Houston Randolph who was callEd from our Wigwam by the Great Spirit on the 23rd or April 1909 therefore be It Resolved By the Chiefs of Warsaw Tribe No 73 I A R Mthat we bow In submission to the will of Klshe Manitou that we cherish the memory or our departed brother for heldhimhis wise council and Integrity or purpose was a potent factor In the prop er establishment or Warsaw Tribe That we shall miss him for the Great Spirit has taken him and he Is no longer or earth Therefore be it further 4 Resolved That we extend to the bereaved widow and little daughter our tenlerest sympathy and assure them that our tears mingle with theirs In their days or grief Yet the Great Spirit will not always hide HIs face but will cause It to shine upon them do benign benedletlon And be It further 4 Resolved That these resolutions be s read upon the records or Warsaw Tribe No 93 and that they be print l inJb cgunty papers and that a coPY Bent to Mrs Mabel Bndoph- bts widow H E JAcKsON WILSONItoCammlttee UIVKOR11 fitJ1 dIlIMaT 12Mrs Charlie Bhtetda and children are the guests or teIatlvea here hire H T Porter and chfldreaHer Bert and Oorinne U8 bhe guestsof Mrs Ieoaard Leach today Miss Sophia Raney Ias retuned items after IL two weeks Arid to dyer dster Mrs La1aAnnta air smf tire R1cherd Leach and lit ite Miss vawerettie geebs Of Mr aoo1dIrI9 Jesse Torrence1Aat Bundoy- 3Sr H T Porter Twee at 3ea1e1 Dun Monday r Dir J HDkUIwa the gueSt at b r DeeMllle 9unday4avenipg SS MriLeeeBarr1resiandoWlfr I c I f tt x ITo Friends of Contestants The time to hop yOur favorite nlidldate Is now by your sub lacriptton to tire Republican For convenience use the blunk below Date1909Cont-estManager Rep bl1wn Flail encaaeil to prepay subsnr1ptton to The Repnb- Ilcan Qor years beginning 1909 Plro ored1t yotet3 in yourpriie contest to the followIng mimed wnestant Nome of Contesta Addroos or Onnteytant And seed the I I30r to thetollowing address Name of Subyr1borSPOIMrtioe NEW or OLD EubfcrlptklDs indicnte by striking out supeKfuouswomd dren and Mu J H Leach were the guests or Mr H T Porter last Sunday Mew Martin Porter and Bert Dave visited at Rob Roy Sunday Mr Jim Chick visited rein fives there Jut weak Dr George H Smith returned home last Sunday the whooping rough is raging sera air J HLeach tled friends near Sandefurs crowing Ihst Sunday btr J H D31s tcalledDqsee hid mother hiss J T IJvlsiuIar Qf- terrnoon Osteopathy Telepathy and Magnetic Healing MadePlain Dian iras pourer to stop iris atee and pains it he knew Jtow tiuae It- baye I been Able to step every ache and pain for twelve years Without a single failure I conoludedtltnt wtit- qe9 go Sy or sae to that I could teach othere to do I rind thJlt most people Ql able to learn to do the eGJ1D e tMngOOUY It Jbeena great hlelp toe eI3 I am- iaulthier andd stouter than when I 1rrwi I feel better then 1bave fek Havesota Move 1 rnedtt To lOOt pie tfhW will appear u great aulstery but attur they have learned how to 8tgp therr- aobea seed pains the misery tltenwlU ltvtdao1oagaldld ntlotaofthis but Were unable to belchh otbere- suoceaatully ad moan + pl rq d- thlnl 4hean llJOl oraa4yc pa that opt fibmg but I have tudiea tt tin I lqww tto ben w of aatirre- that 18 as true as any Jin umtuie and ttro can do what I Bellyou to do the aicbepr pala4wlll44sop trietant- ly Ihvedoundzoneewheretbay had- aseyerehead ohe bhaattbey orer8 unable to stop But talne my Iids un top it Tan t era just wilt tai dQ aoheeandlpatriaf pit wd lathe f tart Iblea g to BurS I ff r o feting humanity of anything that ciao ever been discovered I ear of the opinion that nun or woman has oo ache Qo1 ptfa that they ron not stop after they learn Just what to do and how to do I1111s is so different from what ode believe that I expect it to be harder to make them befeve twiflrthemlook within for bhe power to burn our liar and not without I tenon one br 500 how to use this power I guarantee to 4learn him or her or refund their money I do not think anyone Would regret giVing that Sot the knoW edge on I would not take one hundred times that for lit for my own ties I obllrlooo one not to testis or try to teach anyone bow to use thIs power to stop hwand P11aa- WiiUbe at Beaver Barn Friday turday and Sunday boglnntEYg3hy 21 C Y AWLEN TESTIrONIA1JS fay 10 to centiiy that 1 togiF n tram C Y Ai1 lea on Mapping oaohea auld pains and bares been able to stop them eyipr since S J DUNN ytbwtAUenon atopping aches and palla and lus 1e been able to atop them STRAMPNI a mm n on s apqing beeni9ob3t toceriityothatl ialriaIgot how took another eeon- shave dboon able to stop them tYyer since H T HIE1IJDS- ijo whiomit may concernI ViaC Y Anon of Cromwell Ky an4 I tykepJaasure in tOOOIDmendlng Cthtp dategtatyjanldhtriword known and his bMdtr nDIolallyasuaqueshesed t r 1I MITTn r