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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 ii l btltCttu f 9f4ff 61 I Fine Job Work fli i l DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription I per Year rY IIPOZ XXI L HAliTEORI I OHIO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY MAY 28 1909 No 45 CROWES HAD OUT tI SIDE ASSISTANCE So Says Jim Johnson a Fel low Prisoner To be Outlaws in Kentucky Moun tains TheirPlans Accor t ding to Same Authority t turn Johnston the colored man who If has been in tine Ohio county Jail for the post several weeks for breaking intotlieigei6ecg fcardetrofMr F JW 41 Pistieand Sow ipic OplaeduJ 0uilv rtr of taJd cbacgiecCirTueediay of tbJ8 weok tells a remarhaSfe story oflhe asap of Llge and Roy Crowe i- u ron they Ohio county Jail on itay 13th 1Ho cays that they were from tietime he was placed la aid until they made i Jthnir eonpe suspicious of him and re ifiscd to talk In his prerumexoapt when they thought he was alieep A few days after he was placed in the Jan he heard thom inuuire of Dill 1i Duke Who ds also in U1i the ne ligrowas asleep and BUI to assure him caJj1u1II I did not answer WhEreUpon tar Craws otlhatackl subsequent limes dW u- Jsooat length the canner of their es cape from jan He says they herd two steel saws whey he was placed la Jail r and the hole cut int the cage was all I cut at that time except two fun jThe ho says wore cut tie best day two that the crowed reoraieadJ in i33d1 He says that tomb party from I the outsMa who ihte describes flrom 1oooing him la the dark eaveitul yards from itbo jail as betag man In Blza between Roy and LUge Crowe He J says he anlyedtatthaailla short + a te a1Ver m9da6BbtZC 7r1 th an l gore notice of hlspresence by wept Crowntf Roy at once busied himself in flaal oamptwstiono cuttles fbe Jiote through the cage bars which he dlowlfiolritlnlrJ ty or forty mlnutta otter the atvas of the party After thia was dosu Ltge and Roy made their laait through the cage and Instructed too outside party how to force the cap oft tbe t itloo hole In the corridor JOhnson mrs f iwaa effected by pooig a pate wpIer a I iend of the uprigit piece ASter tibs l r cap was gcAtoa off a rope reaambtiJnig r a prow line waa banded up to ttoa IbhieyI both oaks ieaoti4uwtarrlhe Moor be low flberfIrstdreW up te eada of 1the rope and let down their ifcoea 1 then Llge alM down thie rope then Roy followed They then drew the rope out of tag cge bars and took itt away with them mating that they did not wish to leave it as Jiilar 1 Ftksaer would be usdcgrltiln a few day outtl t s tho pike all throw walking But it is- tr I the ballet of Joinson that same moan Jd x of conveyance was nearby as foe baud Roy remark to Lige Jha It wouMl be good tor him df their outside aasis I tuijoo arrived aa ho Age could not I 1walk meM nor very tnT 1JOOtlJSOl1s says that their plans were Irtoremain a hew days In Rough c- r cask 1bottoms arxr them jo to the mounr r satxim Kentucky where ohoy i 1 raid they Intended to betoncje out lafflti r or be out 3awa during ih rcintticrler 1 of their lives John6orivbas1noid ea aa to who thepacty whaesei dI bii tho outside te or as to wberentinima i from but he ls poajtiye ot the file that he rata aIapscwlt PCKH jVJoua arcs emerts between nlnBo t t and tb Care PtsoQ1 Lbei e- bw not know how the arrpm ge onti were pflfected tirrtfrt k cxepWBiVJattiiaey e ediIi eDd eta 9 At az other tie Jokneoesrliedr- si y1iat Jtlbe dt old+ thy Yttfllde- dr rolDg ibwK09 potty Ky I AB to Zsow much if any of Jbma JIr rJ lie trngq wp ilt3t 1lOt abe to- Mato bUt ioytt a raet thet t 4te knoww 0ngabout te snann 4n wthloh gJaaf D1 them e japenaid Sgre they were going iuk aa tq W ir yitit ibe 6ayo to in ftru4 y iitr 8swepe not prepareSjto say r Str lI r f i badsPougttI- i l1f i i t stntnlahW vjhv ever rom It sdetii 1tIt 11et wuaunyfl rot W L oJh t ono eIU cgo by hImrltewart a soulnIaiw or Mr Strt t fhOY11Ce3 1sarhy aDd rwas incased o evsbtwo logs da am old barn ialle tiadproBaiMy boon stoad ing for Pmttnlnf like ono hundred yearaAnnttlft tAt maytavu bees 1nd- for seTentyVjfixe cc one hundred years It Is atofcil OB light as a feather and yet I3vwtett 1n every detail in- oludint tthndcrtraIt was evl doenty t d hcitc iing P 1tal1lOOn death grtgpk ar Which makes i very lip kIr iVa peayance en the pores iji tiiE1 klnfltanddng out prominent tbie0 eye Cbseaof petrtri catlon gr t oot inlrequent la ttto locautyAlt this 13 tbvs first mummy representq aitmat which has ever oocrieO to 1Zbdledged m Ohio county This y1ilasity will bo on ezhib lion in our toWqe Got a weipk or ten days Ttij Httrtiord1 phlysiciajisl pro huuyee3 IDngwdnderful Jnj ar very mth oVer the cause which p Ufajt ANOTHER BRILLIANT VICTORY FOR EQUITY Pool Wool to the Amount of 9203 Ibsri Ilir red at Beaver Dam Satisfaction Expressed Despite the rolo and the rush ot form work wagons loaded with woo began to roll Into Beaver Dam lost TCrureday momtcg by 7 oclcok and i two hours it began to remind one of a rust In tobacco delvery Isat winter Wagons wore aiDiUngnrounJdl Uie rotor X C rrs Jout 9 ooi- 111rt t Hng and gmd tog f JmTOera7l esw to crowd around tlf 1 coytgqea t fen ova Boajayiiijg ytQtben la a Kttle he tSja grpder ot to stand eat h Farhetanlbhework pro ceeded tely + Settletcensawere not motfe utfttl tee avealngleameso lgbut out side of ihtettere wea very llftlo kiok Wool came from all parts ot the oouaty except theox tramS northern part 1loat every ode fieecned to be pleated with the war y things went off Oeneral prtteAujtloa wow expreesal Mr Elliott seemed to try to deal fairly and hoaasily with every one Tte exact amount of wool and money radii out fa 03 followu No1 Clear greaee 6180 Ito 2 03400 No 2 2395 los I56880J No 3 30 Lbs J540 Staking a total P920G pour 2GOd20 Tola was ome morn hoar iwea ex Doted owing to the sKoifiacrf o time for pledging raid delivery Next Year we tihould1 begin sooner oed pool all the ol1n the cocoty Bggln at onto to pledge your lambs to stock oommtMee and report ttumioa lust orf P Jged These tafs alreudy been aome eTpresaed their desire to your stock committee to bill on our pooTed Iambi Report in time to give tie committee atfhambe to communicate with tUoaa parties1 AJto report ell otlser stock We have miyb 3 a uccesB cttluo Wopl why bttriiota lift g Oleo ItevBrytar lf rWp 9- only J 6ilie told and cV Ihift part ft watfA only be 8 dhtint flawtilll tlte eooid xcoatrol every tieingtga iaafce andE juIty would be la she eod Youriepac 75 It w 0 i ft Moqnment Unveiledatfeasant 1r 11 Grovel M filto wom Wtle 1 aP e OoonpN 134 Creels nmoi5edbtgy23 ttie3fantti cocoa lly ertrtJad to Mrs labs Mo9aEanacke- grave at Peasant Probably 2i60b png feaft n- trnveing t The ra1Sea 3thp i Vo7d nnaot 1rol th amt P Wt to tpchhei petlotued 1n I 1 8QIAmri WWCoveredhof Short Creak Cdmp and vlittagiaibere pUutfffig a flower oartofe grime t lie Wootfmpa are doing cob J work Their uavfU bg ejcert sw ads moist bEeyutthime m mtfl erected bY ttuirniIn ajiempry of their rtcrLoFried to tLe loapr I In Woodgr i e inow II1Rn Iti 10 S tNTr a 1 j J V v i CHARGE AGAINST SHARP DISMISSED Enmity Between Members of F S of E and A S of E Caused His Arrest arsetagainst M P aiarp Sato organizer for the American Society of Equity who was arrested here a few days ago on a charge of opining money under foBflq pretense was tried here yesterday and after hearing the evl dence of the prosecutlonthe case was dismissed Mr Sharp was arrested here a few days ago on ftftldarita sworn to bye Mkwers lion iPayne and Lute Smith twoothe lending fannera of the Temple lUll section The anreat of Mr Sharp on such a nerious abarge baa caW9J mum com ment However those who were conversant with conditions did not give the matter any serious oonsixtoutloa Air SharP gave head for his appoar ance and nstninod attorneys to look after hiS case At the trial here yoatredtvy the at torneys for lir Sharp ibrcvght out tia toot tttthe warrant was caused by a feaUng of enmity existing batweon the American soctety of Equity and the FnrmoS Socloty of Equity It fs claimed by Mr Sharps friends that 1the warrant mss secured for two rea aana Fret to make the American Society of Equity recognize the Fawn nets Society of Equity as a oaoipetl tor and for the publoity this aiatiiK1 would bring the Farmers Society Mr J A Everest of Indianapolis Ind the fatier of the Pairmers Sor cety of Equity and whom Sharps friends claim is the leading indttgator the warrant was here and took an active interest la the trio tiWith reference to my arrest aiG3a3 gas Ky on stein A2th 1909 upon a charge of getting money under Wsi5 pretenses with to say that the Loa Union where t e eitl111g was heldaui of which grew tile charge agalnat tn Isaid local was organized some three or tour years agoofcounseasalocal of the A S of E but in 1903tEirbuga readlflg UptoDate Faranlng rise oth er HtercAun aeat to thorn from the Headqunrtera of tie F S of E they were induced to pay dues to itha F S of E an organization at that ttma that was ua I uciloratund neither chartered nor into porat l Same p f tie members of said local were not satisfied with said acttonheree there was a mooting calll for Saturday April 24th I think it ass for thte Purp- oSe of detormlnlng what they wcnM do Id 1909 la te imatter W paying duos II was Invited bY the President of the local to to praaeat and driver a4 addr a3vhlcfli 1 dSl At tine k i- cluatono my address tie Prei Bert called iflhe local to order and a mo tion waa made and carted that they pay their dues to the J B of E which a number of the nnambera did Drat evening paying their dUes to the kxxkl decretory who receipted tot swipe Ldld xrot + even handle tie money aa th otfteera stated la tOO trio fThfa uawaraantad and tsf fetched cttirge aid the rompt iaaatseal of the taso will be the meana of giy tagVe work of the A Sof E a Bar tat i otusfa alt that 1IOOtk I ft1M thIs oiml Ltf n teauafronnneXo our people 4 Yours Rospy M F SHARP 1Raray 26 1909 lkheipa peawillplgasolopirrP 2- L tEuneraLofJames A FaridT Ediuucaubservfoea otEsqJame hr Parke were conliucted at Bajilalj elevendickc tto 1eYW eaibted stxltiat- toi t pa ixnpae e9 1n11 a iar Qciaed departed ct eoo mo1 duct Ji JW teat ell aatrj Ra YPli iilllial1ledhYRey ttJ 9f No ttjte srtivdvti am1iY- of 1BIo rksawerept egit1 togBiheri wtKr beef oth je lathes iii tf Rev Cantrell Is very plum t sogtioq off the oountyj having eanf1IQt9r at No- Ccek 1 r ofie sart Ikea fR + t rRtesareaMp4Qd fox Let ldid1I i 44a h ronto9nyocro + r ti4Ttrl- I t OHIO GOUNTIAN jlNOKLAHOMA Ljoks to the Coming of JThe Republican Satisfied With Grand Country e RepubllranFlanl1used glTo ire credit aa ae cancot get along without The Republican as it has been Si lsitor to my home for almost a quarter oratury I am gad you have teomay bright cotteerei dents to it JKua wspocially from ray old nelghbor IsoW It Is just tyke a letter from 1overt week If you will give me space wiJ lgive your many readers a tkmt his ory of this beautiful land It lies la the part known as no intJis land I am located taClniar ron taeea Texas Kansan and Coo rado + poccjiariytlvoly specking at the Jbot psi tag Rooky japuntalas We caa isrotoaietiily JfoasCala from here that they are 1tlUxuita3atiliylCieland P03tleoS fik the mile I am located near the ceater of the county and one Die Wet erd y imie Saudi oJ the Coun thesoftLtd feaiic A pereci can lack in any di tetoa and can rot ew oJ hill closkr tHan 50 cafes Tile soil 11 a rl4coooatebuwn tram two to r foot deep nod with Just enougi ean4 in it to work well We have an obupiiance of as fire dater here aa over wet down a maas nook No Indians no Negroes here Just DeoVo fram almost aril over tiie world We have a number of K vm iuoiclans out here an+ l as to the cli time it is almost Ideal The sun ahlnes iceaiCy aU the time as it nev es lulae in the winter we have no ddu41JAn it sins In the Prim= mer tesul Just cotnisa out and dries every SUfeg oft It usually begins to rainabout the Pert of April and fliilu in September or Octobof It has Ikli1noo tit a very leautiiUl country and it seen3 an almost sure cure for nay oe suffering with Lung kiJaey stomach and asthma or cutatrh trouble Dome City cur County seat is a flourishing litto town not a year od yet it tea two dryscoxJa stores two grooorlea thiS hotels two teed stabxo panting office tin shop book saiitli shop M E Church aohool house and a number of other public build bgs We ce expectirg a railroad In tie near future and with a gooJ crop our town will sooa be a city I am thoroughly conAlnced this is going to bda fare fainilnB country eppuctaUy for wt t and staiill grain and alfafa antes well here and it la the home or the cow pea and I have the prettiest patJcfa of Irlahi potatoes I oversaw I will Just say to my many fiends ttat lend Is nail cheap here but as siOOn as the railroad gets here it wlU gb skyward end If arty one thinks of coming West now is a good time to XXB I will eCasw by laying It fcla ene ue bbe waste basket I wlll write mto Biln Jie future I will say1 to my loved onee+ I would love to rare tbeetts We IoN all well and weilJsatiaSadi a sad doing the beat WKcaa uo4attoe clrcumstanooB OTrtrgto Wee nrrero dronttti pnwlmd last anacel pretty tightforu a I olode wibfto all A SANDEO U- RDoieecif OWi Ttoy 16th 1909 GAL Mett at Central CiW Slay 24th 1909 tI V snl11 bean Fronld05 m official source mhat tit Kentucky Dept O AvRirwllt be held at Oeaf tral City Realizing the= factttdttne Westefhr part oC the tit tad long beet 08 ietuoddhttlle lectlonofth meeb jogs I fwe ttbithe EAdampmeat at Oavingtod iand letemilsed to have oae eJoettrlitiat all events among Out tome foWca whdreHSe uryi Ving meal bees oL the many regiments Monrited la that eqtlon could attend without the incoovenieiKle end cost ctfie Jouraeyaito E stern6isinidileBeo 1tron frdhe hate VihO iUtEth were laid before tile ffieoaagtatHoifier1 plates aomldatedward l wfttuttiarfe OntralJltfttrtetib b scalatriatidn OOuredItM9tIt r p 1 forthItothat has ever yet Iton ted ria ted State To accomplish tils is t every I Post la the suwounCng counti iget busy and bring iato tie ranks all vot j crs who are eligible to Join A Cew more years and the Eacanvpmeat will adjourn sine die to meet can at tho call of tho Great Grand Oanunandw on Fames eternal cauvplag ground where eo many of our camrad are already bivouacking awaitiag the General Assembly call that wilt moot al for geaeiwJ iaspootioa Lots have one more aueefeg in the Grooa River section one more luihake pllgelunew hove la immortalityYourelaFCL Z O KING Birthday Dinner rr ao fclecidM of Mrs H B Mabrey gave her n surprise dinner text Sua day at dyer Juano at Mel anzas it bs tag her tortlatii anniversary Bte re ceived many urful pruar3 Aii present ihad a dellglitfut time Those pnoeent were M W Boll abirfamlly L E Every ted witte W F Condit and family Rev L W Tlclieaor acfl iunily L D Jaokson ajdi wife J H leleftewrt end family Slivceiter IgJSieurtCtarlle Iglefaeart siCfl wifa Mrs Willie IgVUioart and arc George and Misuse Roxy and Oma Neil ASSESSMOOWSRAIS ED JUST 100000 Owensboro and Calhoun Railroad Thought to be Dead for Eight Years Gets It The Oweasboro Inquirer says A special from Frankfort staling that the Owensboro and dahoun Railway company had bpen O5341 on a cacltclization of J 100000 tailed to suggest anything to the office hlstorlaa and the suBplcioa arose tnt a rev compooy tad sired ia articles at corporation However a search of the archievw of te croupy cyrk unr veaoJ firth tills corporation fiVhl ur tloles August 23 1399 The arttee of inropcTatioa of the Owensboro and Calhoun Interurban 11PCltontructtg Und oreratltg a railway be tween GiChouo acd Owensbo s Tie oapital ttock Is flxedi at 250000 wtoh a debt limit of 623000 The stock is divided as folovs John D Fred of Daaver 21 shun Jota W Cartcr 21 J T Griffith 5 J H Hlckmau GW S MoreL o u 5 J Q Hayaes 6 J Q Haynes 3 Thei men coastltuloi the first bocd of directors When naked tar regard to whether or not the 100000 assoasmerjt ass a raise the members of the original booN who could be locatedsajil that it certainly was 03 they thought the company out of existence at mist eight years ago and hull been paylag nothing nt all to tie state to their knowledge After one survey the company met reverses in its uttemixt to finance tto scheme and ttia etowk way all turned over tQ J Wt Carter That was the lust tie pthe s heard of the mattert t FOR THE BUSY READER Free lunbeimin fianilcd a knock out la the State Mr rOC1ifubors amendment to the tariff bill nVvclpig lumbettaa a camniaiityon the tree list belny detb 1 ftfi aTOio of 23 to 56 x Secretary of Will Dlcklnlsca said all Indec61id1aawe+rd be lieL ally aorkeb nut by fiifenfccoaTimtjarOl Mr Dick mess SW thoVwaaitever doubts ho nsitave had as toJbpa lpck system hypevieTmt Notice This is to certify that 1 examined Forrest Dennetts body a few nninutea after his death and found no evidence of his death being caused by carbolic acid or other poisonous substances r KDWARD WFORD MVD Hartford Ky May 25 1909 l J1 frr i e s GEN JOHNSTONQUITS Head of State Guard Hands In Resignation i Considers Governors Action ifliI Asking About Military Ex penses Reflecting on Him A Fnkfort special to the Courier Jousal says- Reseating I wtat ho ttoought was an insinuation ngahist htei AdJt Gen IS P Jofcnstoa has rosigredIhis po sition and written a scorching letter to Gov WUlson giving hid reasoni for taking tau step Following this GenJohnston left for Florida to spend several weeks on his plantation these It is reported here that Gen Johm ston thougit Cow Wllinja had reflect ed on him by te nwtihod be otlopted in tcakiog an cvesldgation Into the moue wry affairs of the State Gov WlKwa hers asked the State Auditor for many Items of exp redttuix3 la I1n- 1e fort to discover same way to cut down expeases and it is EtiSJ that tie Governor wanted to know tow tho money of the military d partawnt had bees spent It U said that Coat Johnston thought tia wsus a r teutioa 01 him and tint the Governor Daunt to lasinuate that the affairs or the imlM tury departtceat have co tbeea prop ely moaigeJ It iu raid that tie Governor wanted to know wihothior or not the expend ture fcr the military bcuna bus been exeeiei Gav Wi1 ron was surprlit when 5e was aslcdl If Gen Johnston hail riilgne iv and he said te wuoUi ssot tenredGovernor however ivscelved Gen JoifflBtcas reslgcatlotit din CI tifrcoon Rjganiing Gea Johretcn Gov Will son eahh I ave the highest personal regard tor Gen Joha ca acd caantdcr him an able nnn la every way I turo never doe anytJilrg to offend bdai acd I know of noihicg that could have caused him to ralga GeaJohu stoa and I iave Ixaa iatfcnate friends oufcyidu of odWil life ard I know cf nothing that has bean done to hurt his flfeeiing = eves thbugh he Is a soa filtive mm Gen Jijrctoa has always bees a Decant until Ube lust ew yeir3vnlim he be suRe infloperjiact In politics He was chairman of the Democratic Slate C atral Coawnittetj for several yvurs anti presided over te p ltotaitry work of tie MusIc Hal CDiveaMmi at iwidnh William Gob l woa inainl nated ftx Governor Gen JrtioBton has an ample ad ooaiortnble lacamw fromaiprlvat3 source and it is ftbougut thut he win remove to his Airni in Fayetto county- It te probab that on off rot will bc made to tave trim j ODa idar his ru slgrii lo3 cs Gen Johnston la rigit In tbe mJde of an hnportant work He has raised the stanCjUHl of the mliltarj in Kentucky to a high sock la keeping with the TequireaientH of fiejyJck bll Goo Johnston was ono Iheihigbest artillery oDfloers la the Confederate army and has tod onW Itary exreriesce both b Ore aoUsiaco tie war He was la command at the artillery with Lee 3 army and fouffht with distinction being twice wouovlwl BALD KNOB QILiy 25Scublath Bohoolla progoa sing nicely At tiia pooel r C W Frye amid famtly on vLtFng frtend ks ti htivdtgaahohood at tciri wriing 4 M i Mr A ESafad ruptfnd family V1S itteliif parents Iat i5ttnday J Sir tttk SaauiKtfur and wJA vLttexI Mr sell lii J Penance uatur- dstnEehltaaeitSuadmyar 2 + 6fi Mlar mlle Frye of Beaver Dam lataktog music canons of J Hat uttS urcWipabUeSandefur visited bis grand F lest Saturday night Acli Suii dayroed 5r Everybody is setting out1EXiuity to bacco Misfit Bessie Torraecewhb has bectt qtaylujg at W Loaoha returncU homo FIlIUlY MrJ t Loadh WThohas beOTrta Oklahoma tor sometdmenetutaedfbrimro S delay r wu M t i wtaia t C FlabaoxI i1rly- r q J T v ny I 1 STACKS UP WITH TAfT In Weight l Does Commis sioner of Agriculture IS Biggest Man in Frankfort i Size and Is Doing Val iant Service r I okndy tu ores wrktea a Who Who d Why for Faak1o t 1- Ittnoe tee uat thft he- hlwt OX done for the a la eo much gcod- z 4riIILS aivuagtire fc jntrack A book or usdea d ortaka U kind Ttere ere ei4 the S bMcWt who titwuld tie wrhtea WD tiles ure ta m Q the exs that ire still U CUg their tomes b- Frtlakfort tad tberroud cafIC1d Ls Fools materkt r the ones dos are In 6r tte exs WOlO la k111 a- trtado d more happy la wi1erg 11bw e Who snd WTy for Ftlaak ort ore nUzey woud be- rIa wkb M C Ruldu Oornmiss6o- dt ASTfcttl1ure rare k tte bklEes- woo lot Nltnltkrt b tit oM pmbtk o- prfvat life lie a Wger than Wtn- gate fsatmpeon ecumauty kn iwa- lfg II 1Vting wbo rand to M P Raley fodyluard oral Pti7r Is hlif large 1I presents breadth Ieid tad gale but i1 every ore of tlw- wteIIt b fit tap1y l by Mr Rauk- K c n Mr Itentdn would stud is from g 1sfig Wmg Uw letter aeuvmto Mao welgta E g JIM 100 pound- would tl bit shut out fn tiew tta ogee pIC4j a utuugh e lad gone is the bowo snd oat taw YIt and nil tho rriadbWH 90 It It tW to J the- I t 14s nIn II a lorle in at It is ai- at a111 1ult aro whet they t1M en +y OOaalerillon TL4a raw y be t- Comprt d to owe or the A1eett 11- JRf5 M aroraz4e AtIMIC4uLn stem Putt tx Jt tlr HaDku etoud- E W sulotMldo en Jphwt if to aI- A big u3Gttat fr llacktu m- uema gruel U11 pitskoty ltwou take an oeGh zt totrever and flout tag inns to dwai Mr Hcck1- lr Manila Rrd Prctttiutt Tnt ae i1t ibe same cats They ice tioth t11i Wren bet owe tot auUItfJDlU twt to tttk vuM any zits krk au both the lYcthCOt txd- Oaotnded ort a Agei allure brat 2kid tewer 1a 1f f t brtlfd The sr i may rot meow tt tats a rnAIDt attaa birt ttrte 111 u7t- at0 10 rwt 44terocoe tn t CAC1 wotgbLI3 n 21 kcm- eturvy of CIrI11 ajtl 1lf Pusdtin r Z1I O1e- oC a fill a t+ zxlty oI tyt sad tr re tocht aay n of r toot wtrt- sbst k a anst lob1UtU sad Ut tIt re x11- 5tb t1ter fax it Mto Rackitt Jbrorb ell fts tcQltut v ty ta ti acd be- I + reYtt Wt ssa of the truS x t 11 watbc s tal and when t0 r i W vioA dice e lid I I ill ijs rLy chair u thil t alt bttdinenQ tlke i1te dUg but nwL Gay II wrat to wOrkocuulat4 = il whctt 1 a preeoto 11 V Fraud Lad let 4yr tuu c i0 ilp ae Sccuon U JIct Lo j ale Iuer th- I Adteed fiat Vil1 ar U11I ycgh 1IS JI t r lIU ie- I try n bulWIJt zoo lie t V rttly Ike 414- Iw duce dc 1 Itd uoV tr41yd J r tf short pa ea I wore toat7 j 4e- I AW for I wus aro c a b aA1- 1u4 I iced fro woe afnrs Wi ter I coif nib not tattca uly tbo tIlrt f71- ID1 wccg alha QJ Ow a cousin liCe lio rrrd In Ornttot ILJ rre4 a try du I I th tl lz cae alt to ttftrm t0 u ukrt ra rt va4t III rr1 about nay I but I dud not muJlCrd- nMItt fur bum s e wry t1lg k- liaata lie ca1dttvtisearttad I hough be WM a patit Adis OIW stunk up SJ I IMycd for him II wca lg n J1IQ obout MId atsoutft ito 1Jorn er1 I pltred to gaiteven wul elm nd- hlltf1hlf1 tie pike J kujtt ths2 tlhe l wu a blglatm- W Lets T11t 11 V tit Loan o3 I got a long adck card till th ditbi rrrre rlt 1W1111oJ1lrtkM up tflr uU of J0cirJ9 llmow thAt ceuaht xotid M cii b Inck tluwgt the Irtrn lIdn tsnd I tiguro that ire true would got kiln JI1E1- M pet Uut lie wts vicloufy ntJlOk- Jol I by tiro bwn3 whiiJb IJWI rcdrLQov r uttlllttfYthe boy on hts lack titcd to run but ltld to Nick to the oIJILIoJ for fear or- hO tg kri Ftray fI1O wry3 tf afoot a Too boy way 10 lnrd1y Uurg Illy too boot hat trey laud to MO n phyrolcia anal work otcM than tor 9val JUilfI to cop Mat fran rlytng I thtnlyft- he t try gtJi11g rho Io IWd I wit DDd was abrtiid to gtJ tr the innttu f- rtoursI fiver add tell t itpt I snd I r f rIS stilted up tlo tees with unLkv- afoeffiau8ht until nftcr W trace trowu mew for I WS not rondo being timbcetE Sts Rook malty is mfcg Q great work icr the fttnner of Koouaky and tho b1sincrel the Intelelt tn farm Ing whlchwsr first awakened Iby Ir- rcecOO ur Rniktn detieed the pa to bare tie ohool dtiidrett of the Sate setae c u ud the plan bas crItl tr1 well thot tietya B are bong Orded to living o11e fm and I- tnts bopedln UlLe ca seek the rum to b0uutry11be time14tI Ralktct tcs atuotter tateme in Ids- head wbch tie Laa stet uzotufed as ya but he slays k lr Q corkerI Kills Her Foes For 20 Years The most metotess enemy I fled- far YO years deelaae3 Mrs James DucaI of Iirysestt3le Me tuts iDrPepa I tuferod IntnEe1y nro teatttr or drillking BOO could scarcely sleep Attar maay remedies bad tall ed and eevetl doctors gave me up- i I triad Fredric BItters hioh cured me oorapeely Now I can wt a- aYIt am iO years old end aIl overJoyed to g Ot m tleath and sttbnd1t back agslc For Indlges Uoa Inns of Appetite Kld1r Trouble lAme Back Fonle Complaints its ilaevuaiii Only rc at cll drug- islets m A SNAKE INTEREST IN GRAYSONI Uncle Steve Pearl Rising Them For Automobile I I Tires jA now and novel fadustry has sprctu up h ate o ghbo1l1ood of rng olttty nUxttch lots reacted tJ1 offm Or the IContlee It Is reported that ODe S T I Purl faudlarl known n fiat stc tlon ItS Ihttce Steve le the 0rlgt lterrdnsdI to aututsts from the bursting of t4ro3 I a tnLe fJui on the pro tt to te manuacAnrer he ooscefved the ides at ustg tile saake3 wllt4oh about 1a tb t cciay m Il4u of rubber thve wad llDU eataly set the tanall boys to work oDkCtg tusked lCC wtfich by fdd MIa to yae and Itt i yseel oopateox ilD 9bg aancy pre fla crA ones were put Ito r yttxdsxd tai a chdty diet la or It0 nc3ke t tent s tfccsbta rd at t ilGie tme ttlnLa t eat to colt about tae r1t whrcc4 eta id 111Ctrol ul bertlre bWp3y The sake is tug t to INo9P std w ow Jis icil UtI- te utI1e tI trrP rOtftton ti t i iod cut rtu of the tr eal T ce Is treatto taro roarr r ptj DClted b the beta trtere tey e- Jta te VOt saac4 tz7tpavs l I teI aa ttpteaok g tfe reG 1t tlt l eatetutislu5 cAtitca k teedig srke In a tneriioatd coo tt Uu I then lIP O u trr an eXeatu c 11 time wtsta ttQL r Ie as tt ey aa aer the hnrlr whirb be Ukn tiara A a weeks sin eSte9t a th4 ctoiwst Ii clmae Eicwpeu frcen tta en uu a ail prttft It Vca coo Op t e r tJi 3 srreltee thY a CI t lt arusi the btuaw of to galas r 11t3 biSeL4rr the crr atd Cu a rusway frat Itfuhtna d Ky xn oatttrat sour the w ptparr or tif St todcoo ttlt eakeu tiaa Etaou eeoatugy oGuniua anllurlq w 1i1 thheir tau careaCry oa Munt Charier Young Girls Vlctm- sr leadech fS well as older women prompttthe worlds bit mOO for sick and nenOUi QlJdu1lles They make pureb- lOOd and trong starves and buildup your health Try them 2Sc ct all druggittsmIn Memory of Mrs Cynthia 11110 Boswell deprtrd thm lIe ylsy 18th 1909 age eight six ytats five aeIm itte- efent J grntro the is skcptg in the beautiful days or Spring wbile tle laaCJtCit 6oters are hoomtng and I over her the little birds stag How tad aro the lrorts of uo loved one many are the tears they moo lIB Itfey think of tile one dcratrtod and Is numbered with the deed Srayaal bialy the dear cht6en And dry beery tear from Cell eyes Car they will aotno day meet their melbas in teb- oautlrut ton o In the slues Bo pre pared to meet ter when doae itthi would ot six when the beautiful gates shall be olxned and ter bads will lwalot yawn io We knot that you will md4y outs oor and long to hoar hot The Republican Piano Contest t CLOSES NEXT 1 I SATURDAY MAY 29 1 At e Oclock P MI THE GREATEST VOTING CONTEST EVER HELD IN OHIO COUNTY- i What GetsVotes i No votes are sold The on ly way to get votes is by se curing New or Renewal Sub- scriptionsI to she Hartford Republican The following I table shows the votes given I for various amounts deposited atone time in envelope 5100 on New Subscription gets 1600 votes 100 on Renewals or Old Sub scriptions gets 1100 votes In addition to the foregoing 30000 extra free votes will be given for every 20 turned in on new subscription Help the Girls to Win See the Beautiful 400 Piano on DIsplay at The Repub bean office Vote for the girl of your choice They are all- werkers and deserve your support A dollar will notnlake your poor and may be the tnean3 of enabling some girl to win a valuable prize Give the money to the girlor get a secret voting blank and put the money in the ballot boxDeposit Your Votes Who Will WinIt this the A the do so we s to the the of kld voce but to thk tht o shall scoa neet tar should cake ur adt- wrtAi rjooo EVA DAIEL The Boy and the Burn down your towrs nod oa4d- randtltey alit eprlag up agsn asif- bY Wade but dertcoy bur CtM tnd the gl1L3 wfl grow In t3 toeo Of every city la the N1d JEN1aS BRYAN If thcC b O1e loeson taught byRtis tory it Is that tie Perms ent greotae3- or aay Slte must derttd tr oro upon 1t3 country lapulati0n than upon anything else 1o growth co titles rro growth of wet th can up for a lost k1 ol1hertiIJ numb or chQ aster o tio Thuss tlotwu oZng exponents or public me in Amorica plead agarmt- the mIgratory movtct t of thrfboys and glnle of tie farm to the fctorlta and tho citos How to prevent ism- ovomcrt has boon a subject of 1illdy by Lute encn scclocgftt3 and poltti- cti for yoirs but as a factor or catlonttl lmportarco tl1S flavor OOtoN assumed the proportions It roache3 today lvcry erort in being made to hld ooOOldents of large citIes 10 oe unable to get work to seek aat7ployneat on rams la the west and the south- wart as It may em- of cases are redured to Do state of dir6 1 a povty and dittrrs refuse to lezvs- t a c pwd and G hy terecnons tehlh braditsso wIth Ever fucc bg day fJI a pace they oar tatlery their wact I and breath the pure air d tffildom The situatha fe a paradoxical OIe and k wet worth of tJc great amours t of attntairra lx g given It I may be sa+ d however tat efforts Lol y be expected to intet with fr years to sawn Roisons or tbl are many SooloO gluts nuy 4dlle whet action to take to nmke fhb farm by sU ltd ID t the calling they would force upon him S tOClOOJ tray oouct ICglttatiro me3 ures which would snake tat ca111g moro t nears but what cm they or for cornuutry boy wbchanako b- llro co prcmring tnctiaily cs a bw- h3iS careor In he city TM ruff taken Ian is prevll00t that the farm toy leaves his home beause- drrLEI ooOtcnted with ht3 eco1rl an- rhonorWt and that his country me does not rrlc enough Qf amuseaent- to fIkcr word that he is d atinled- ttith hs home life lUlls Is rant true The trn hay loves his hmo its r Laves this pcsemts and 11- ooUSC Om heart ache ttJ IUJe tom but hedoes leave bdatuto h- stet e In the clay more opportunities 0q- oommottdal and fdadcblal seclul advantages more bppor fImncloUyIt urno opportunlWes for niaktig roarI I It a of we the R t I Un men iof as is a a In of at of i ti tn teI desire of the farm loyy to crte- I r a led by P1out 11Yth a natur- Si pride trey o his oapabl rord ad to cud u for 1mI19 a that will bo ae fl wto hlc Preco ted hint 3u1 t enroll db kship ccn whtalt he qmt no or JO above Of OOUI1fO tlris In nil cages Iea who have frees most suxe spout telr day on the arm But n great h m broil 005 wrarid fats boon hefts Of and ofgr 1ror In me had theY coen to ooA bg trod In a I tmaf pond e ttnti a suuj toad in a big pond tune Is the ot farms 96 nOie3 o lhoSouth tuffsi es only 4S4 worth of pmduce oa f I r 7 How to Vote the names and ad to which the paper is to be sent on the blanks the amount and the name of the girl you want tu vote for Enclose blank and in envelope pro vided for purpose and mark the enclosed and the name of the on the Envelope Seal the en velope and in ballot box The boxes are locked and the judges have the keys so that no one but yourself can know f what is voted until the of the contest Juthes of the Contests is with feeling pride that announca the follow ing Judges of Contest B Martin Sheriff Ohio county ZTayne Griffin druggist John B Wilson prominent attorney These gentlemen will count the and nounce the winners They are rank among the best citizens Ohio county and the fact that they are to act judges guarantee that every contestant will receive absolutely square deal the Ballot Boxes at the Bank Hartford or the office Republican for secret are at each place t1Contestantsproperty yet will be won week No contestant has a commanding lead and best worker will win SQUARE DEAL TO We insist that each contestant must have a square deal This office plays no favorite Each girl must and will have same chance We not know how the contestant stand please do not ask for information We could not give it however much might want Ii you dont understand how to vote ask contestants or callat office Republicanr Farm W1LLAJI snake ty1D1g ropuauraT- HI7ODORE ROOSEVELT oooaomitts Contrarlly Strange where an- ymekcdsursre su- rounirge Cabprates- batter word- The isIrorimlte beZAeve eatablith- ttnsit tIThe oaahodoaariLo isnet true rut ooocS boyfal many orrocll tutsied rats AScu foundatioa U1rdthatfarmbredboy 13merTaveraging Atlantic Statcafarrw tavn orIIQn1m1I ok Vrite dresses plainly also money that amount girl put after close ballots who positive The Blanks voting ALL The each Three figures are of the last Itelsus year TYorefore It is onsdly teen that tiro farmer must 1Ncn intensive culUm Jlion or the sail and turn from tu0 extravagant xetti0as a the past Thar should bo A fuller tnhemo orpubllc elvcaIImprove eoudlttres that may t ITo the1e ge body of Aniorinara everyIt tent smut be improved and XII tendedstates tucvrxl n OPtDo mote Ubernl policy for mall ije beIwhich accrue toO as tnombgis of the 1bouehold and in Sdet to trJl lurk at- I farmer hdmw by tCeInstallation atDo telbphvre I In this latter ropCot Uti not nIIss to montlonthoa Shot that the WwroroI Eoctrc ComXUI1Y the nrgest irarmtt 2akprrabIInstroctiwltcratutIn educating the fotttuer up to the InstntmettIthe thJr m1andtho cameIt t P3 rorna years Dotore a soutiaty to he pro fMi fII CADETS HALL LAR GER THAN CAPITOL t e Immense structue Named I Honor of the HistorianIi William E Curtis Tells How The Nations Future Sea Fighters are Trained r Bancroft Han the prlndpcl buildg In the group of monumented strucI hires rocentSy erected for the cavol obademy at ADEGTOB Wlard tian tho capitol at WaAinton It is 733I by 458rfeet while the capital ds 751 by 350 fciet Thus the capitol Is eigh teen feet longer and 108 feet DI3011OI than Baocraft Hall The capiboloov ore 262850 square fct wlhlile BanaroCt Hall covens 301074 square tent of ground Bancroft Hall contains the offsof Commander Cove and his staff a memorial hall for the use of thex alumni a recreation hell her tie Lire of the mldftihtpmen a races hclE where they lire mustered lor mealst and sleeping acoommodaMccs for a tbio and cadets It was ncaned to honor of George Bancroft the eminent historian under whcse adcniinilstraJtion ta Secretory of the Navy the naval and ny ems founded It in 1UKOOc on the northeast by the gtCIlrdumI and sctunanttdp buMdfeg and on southwest by the acmcay eng caninected with them by colonnades It is five stories in height and built around three courts the ceter of which is open to the campus This court Js 300 feet wide and 180 feet deep This other cuorts are etch 100 feet square d welt furniiih Sight and vnetiSation Par the living rooms that look upon them At the center of the water tide of the building looking out upon Ohes apeake Bay is a pavilion 167 feet wid by 200 feet deep projecting from the general mass It corditfors the recre ation hail and tte memorial hall Tike building Is entirely of garotte the basement had ail the araMtecturai detoiis are of cut work tie main entrance doors ore bronzeand the four handscnTe Freutih bronze tcccon of seventeenth century wjrktmaiwWp trophies of the early dnys of the navy are mounted on peieetlals at etorr e destde The arms of tto acad my so are carved over tho central doorway u and tropies In granite surmount tlleb rant ng ptors The corner piers of the angel pavilions ore o uucne ted above the cornice by unite bocks in tho ham of capstans rtchty carved A fountain occupies the comer of a terrace upon the sJde that faces tded bay That terrace Is 1140 feet long lj 75 feet deep wad rurcdsihee a beau tiful pedeetial for the monumental buUdiag The facade of the central pavilion ils tiichly carved and the rooftI winch is copper coil slate rising from behind a granite balustrade with thetapproach stairway suggests tho Grand Opera House ot Paris Tihe effect is of imposing and the ornamentation is artistic Three doorways lead Onto a lofty vestibule or roturda tnio wtrlls ofta which inoludicg Ito concice are of polld Jimeftcffie end the vaultIng is an covered with parter for future de If coration In frerco The floor fa of marble A ttatey flight of etalra leads up to the momoiial hnCl and ho two idde lIghts to the recreation haC beow From the center of the rotunda the main conidors tixtwn feEt wide t1uJverse the entice huUdtag ark whenA the doors awe opened upon the porticos whiclh ooEnoctB the building on o e side with the armory and on the othwer with the armoryefiid on tihe othaer with the gymniaeduim they fonm a vista 1257 feet in length seat ly a for quarter of a nule equal to then In tooIgreet poJooe of the French kings at Yersallep Tie main conridorB on oatfc of the five floors are itKersetted at righit angles by others whdh give aooees to the parts of tho buKdlng t whlcti Inclote the two emaEer courts Openirg upcoi theee corridors are the thing rooms c f the inldahtpirnem rltiich IIIandodating two toys who have bedroomslu 8 iby 16 fet aud a common WklgC11 wean tlttlng feet squaren atForPure Barred Plymouth Reck Eggs 15 tor 100 MIL John W Sander ur Hartford R F D No3 Telephone through Hartford exchange 111AOnce a fanner had 1800 burfceta of wheeut Rich he ecM sot to a eteiglo grala merchant but to 1800 different dealera a bueiel eachACow of totem paid In caelj hut Car the greater nucn bar aoAl it oils not ooaventont then they would pay later A few mODlt1 In pawed and ttemaas bank Bocountrunf v low How tet his be eaid My lSOO bushels at grkin nhuoM have kept me in iiSluoace until wootber crop is nitsttt but I hve iwctedi Irhthe grain andhayeinEtcadicnCyi numbs of aooountB eo MR 11 and cottorod that I molest get around oxpeanand Bukea til those who owed him to pay quickly But few came Tile rest cctd iMtoe ja only a aaull muter and I will go end pay some ol then dftyis flOTgetttag that tough tech ac coumt WBS vary eknall ndien BM area put together they rneaat n large sum to the man Thtegs went oo thus The moo gut to feeling BO badly that lie tell out of bed and awoke and run ning to his gramwy found his 10 bushels of wheat still safe there He had caJy beon dreaming MJoiaJ The next day the moat wont to the pub Maher of Ms paper and mid Here sir Is the pay for your paper and you can depend on me tp pay promptly I stood in tho position d- an editor lct night and I know how it reels to have ones honestly earned money scattered all over the country in swell amountsEx- Catarrh Cannot be Cured with Local Applications as they can reach the teat of the disease Catarrh is a Mood or constitutional dis and ia order to cure it you must internal remedies Halls Catarr Cure Is taken internally end acts directly on the blood and mucous sue faces HaWs Catania Cuter is not a quack remedy It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of hung down and iwas as revs as if 1tI the best blood purifiers acting directly on tie mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingre Bleats is what produces such won derful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J Cheney d Co Props Tole OSoJd by Druggists price loc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation n- ONE THING WORSETHAN WAR Sea Sickness a Terror To the Men of the Navy I have never engaged In a battle 1 dont know wiat it Is to be fired but theres one expedccco that to a naval harass that never mlttx me said Lieutenant I F Lands of the naval recruiting station You know the avenge landJuber thinks n sailors mot trying time Is when te Is standing on the quarter of a menofwar playing one r1 eat with the enemys twolvetacfo shells Nobody era tlbiimket tiliat the od tar Eon 1mea ohM no attack oi sea sickness which Is the worst thing can happen to anybody nto feet fa Bcmio sailors get sick TI1e after time until finally their systems got so hardened to tho process upbaaval that even a ships biscuit wont stay down I have periccally tried an the clasaMed forms of sEa eickmees and rone not yet uenned and ke me as en uutterity when J toJ you that a lutttie Itat In it witj such att ct For testoEce I know that the crew ofc tctUo tihip were cM BMI tfck one mon with a popgun could capture It and run up any strange flag piEttFeJ Tlktag about Lea eickces nl woys reminds mo cf the trip I took on the 3fontoeyfrom Sort Fanrolsco to at the close of the Spanish wzr- Tte Monterey is a doubeturreted monitor of too 1S93 model Its tacks ere awash beciuse they were within few inches of still water level It was created by the War Department ocoit defense purposes den our call navy rat moetly to 31B compleA itg the lift of tie Monndactek Jlian toaomaih MarrJetta Moohdaa Jrontgon ery and iicihicen The orders were to take tfie Mlsn Tey at once to MaavKa to bo heM there Indsinitoly and EO we started vAih a orow we oould use Set sloknesa We had It in copious nIl the way over Btom of ttensi kept the old style tub bounc g about in the water Tropical hod that of the eng n6i ahaedi the ercury over the hundred mark in our 1teroo=ns here we had to stay of the tinea because of the un oertalnty of hle docks AH tote way to Honolulu the 3fpo terey ibounwd and rolled and ninny of the cttticors and mom took turns ap e the fence of cidRSfe oases e Wefton ihe efAe where the turret heW1 off the wind Thore un ntlihorul of tfco watyC Tvlilch llcked over their tlhoeso paile + iaced men turned over to Neiituno witat ilUtle of govora mtot rarticas they Ibm boon able to stocnach on the tJp When we arrive Manllto I foucd tlAtIhad lout 34 pounds v 4 AERIAL TRESPASS LAWS NOVEL THING California May be the First to Have Them in City Or dinance Form The City Attorneys oKloe Is ongag ed in a neardi for aortal Jurfsprudecce because the captive bc loon ct Fiesta Park after the manner Of all bafilaoas veers with tte wind over divers and suny lands and lots owned by park neighbors They object to Lund bal last on the ground ttut it is a nul fsvnce They also protest against It on tier roods The manager of the Aero Clyb of California tellevts tto time Ins come for guottng tuciK between ccrth and heaven To doHnette rights cl balloons nnd airships and to protect aerial navi gation property owners and citizens from possible dangers is the purpose of a pnopoeed ordinance witch the dub is preparing for presentation to the City Counlil It will probably be the first in the world The subject was brought to the at ton ion of the City Altcraey yesterday afternoon and referred by him to Assistant WillEOn A conference was field between wilera and the Aero Club management and it was agreed that it Is rot unfmey to have such an ordinance framed and presented lor passage WlIEOn suggested that mem hers of the club formulate articles and thea hold anctier canCorence with himThe Aero Club membens contend thct the time is teat when aerial craft wOM be common in Southern California and that tome provided must he made for heir legal opemttoa Already Kinnbcjshue leis frown ail over the city in his dirigible otter wl ships are about to bo constructed a num ber of KJgiiits have loai maudo with the baHoccs American and United States several flying machines of tehoarier than air variety have beat completed and await suecee to teethe local use many rnodc e of other ma tfilnes have boon suede and several are uaJor process of construction With all this gcdag on tto ftLelO poo po betfove toot aerial navigation in Southern C Mforna will be evteaJve very soon I boMeve that tfce Court ruling giv ing property iJgiits far In fee Er above their land con be ktiocked out the first time a determined effort In made and that vAll come sigLt soon K r ltIal navgaiikra is ktc Cored with sold Prof H La V Twining Scretary of tie Aero Cub wad instructor at Polytechnic High Sdhool If such a tow holds it would create chaos in a few I years and all art of actions could to brought Even now our instruments atIPolytechnic aro taterfctxdullth by wireless waves but TVO do not intend to interfere with the march of progres and I do not beIere an effort wiJlbe made to interfere wIth ballooning for ueitol navigation Is tie science of the future und we have to make pXIy fen fa it I believe litigation would de termlro that the air is a public Ugh way for the use of the property owner t eo far as to needs it but no further The Aero Club wants to make pro virfMjs requirJEB all bailconists to have pe snits either from the Aciti Club or the city officials as a piotec tioa cpcdnbt unskilled ncrtcaut that sand taken up in a tultaoa be of a ceiiiata quality wad sited that cer tain limitations be iraco regarding capfitive battcocs that alrsiiips and flying machines be required to keep 1 away from building and wires except whore larding places are provdElClI C A Scanded Boy Shrieksthorrified Ills graoidmother Mrsaiarla Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that allies all thought te would die Duck lens Arnica Salve wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Com Wounds Bruises Cures FeverSores Boils Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped hands Soon routs Piles 25c at tj aill druggists m w The President on his Judicial Experience I believe It Is true that I em the only uocerahtl candidate for tfe Pretideacy who ever tad extended Judicial experience Mr Yen Buren bad been a negate or probate JuJge early In his career and Andrew Jack ton I bellc a did serve as a judge of the Supreme Coutxof North Carolina but it was a vary unimportant pent of his life and his service slid not bring tdto too isfuce of his earn palgnis cny dhcu Clll of Us work as a judge Judge Parker to far as 1 know is the only otter ccpdldaW wha had been for coy number of yeas co the Bench and whiCo tflwie west sense oference in the campaign tp his judicialapiniaas tteydld aot 4nvgivo anyfasaaimatto- In the nktftormacd weretn9t given special prominence ton MtL Btump or- s a a y in poitical editorials In 189C the judgment of the preme Court in tlhe Income tax rat wrus made a subject of heated dlcus sloe and suggestions that the cos might be itcrrasiitd if one partyL rucoKBful to as to bring about a re voTBi 1 of the dwJelcn were tot want ing Still I think it may be truly said that in no campaign since the begrlncdcg of tho government has there loon directly invoived as an 19 sue a question axseldered and decided exmdll11tl5l 9In Loving Remembrance of Litj tie Sylvia Daniel I The deathnne1 has visited thehome of Mr and Mrs Wlilio Daniel and took from them their loving baby that the pride cl their hetrts WOOl WtoSI dear parents Gad knowa boot be jut I sent tlo little one here to sLow howI swot a framer in ParudlH blcom Though tliy darling form lies eioqSug in the rod and tfilent crewIalthough we know we can mot that bright home above Weep not bu mjTbus has gone a voice wo lived Is stilled Iu h uo is vacant in our home aOOllwecome her body slumbers Lere her tcmd is saie in Heaven 1EVA HOW TO ACQUIREI A SLIM WAIST Reduce it by Exercise and Men tal and the Famous Fletch er Methods TM woman who waste to keep h r waist long and slim can take los oa s dcuItt necessary to reduce my toil line rant- wo e iaacs and tight lacing Is bJi Injurious and unconifoitoble I tic the lottor pluu of reducing my weluit I did it by exercUto ltd dieting by F eizl11g and by the IXTinitJiueJ i tJlOOtu ntI1 know you will think I nm peko lifttly vfv 1 toll you that I remdmy weight many poUeds by Cttt1n- n rJ meOhodK but I con nesure yen that tho wonitin who tbtaks she in growing slits Jtrd makes lplbey Mayo the is NgMer UILTI tw fret wll giruduully bocosno lightw accord ng to her mental state About tool tcl 71 ego I can to QtlIraid Flctctor to roe ten dont eat uivees you feel as though you were I really hurpry K you have tto right koltg you w did ro1f tlo air cA theI mentioa at tool td your mouta will watfor Inragriiy That Is the anc1 with wbdcti to airimwdi the ei c I wlhicih ynu tan going to eat fcygtaij ily to retfuoe Well by witittjs until mJly hun gry I ETiocwd In1 reuiioir tny rtcn lId this be7s ini thc oDg welted effect but there we ie of course other wad wry tnIMtoot tilTvet The length of tho wrist dopde oo tuolly shear its eth In front Xo fIlter tow bag or law sbp rt the back ctf to wiilK may be tho roil VVvt to obtaliiei by 8 roig + ttT9lre l fitKit mid by n 1n4 of stoitor hips A gosidaatuixxl ad raoOoJ one who i giuidvatKsl frotu the marks Minu 5b oresrB the youcgor wOl TI h writ ihouse gave the nwwrjnscTO I o sits of advice rogn yig tie low wfeg and lawulre of the waist lico- Pixe both hl11h apart your hips ixd push dcrAti vnci Co CLta ut ktitt ore eves ttKoen Trdnutos wlllle your wrJ ranuiinH to itort for u1 Touch Tour obKM together in took or an neariy together RB you theII row took your shirr and deKSply Ttfa expands + o cheat and make the wcht teem long Keep town your weight one wlded pound will snake e gcwit d sd of 2if fareacc In tjc app ncanoe tut your belt Dent vcw bIg bet buckles dotput on a belt ttiut amtewoj iwtth your wcdBt keep itwr belt miuiilns your walet In color and do oIJj clous can to make the belt flue lr eonspI Walkteg Is fo 1nvor lOt that all tmIjxai that she has pmotftnBy ilollelQ cltj divided of roeciMly Into milesI recd that slw knows just Grew Quo she has wcdlwtl without ocajputirg the diEttYdca Itoaucteg ttu belt orate by walkLg has ceiMuin doatn Dont stop to Orink sodas unless yo want to build up your welgtt- DuaH maitk eo full fie duy that you cum not wok rt net tfco next day nrd dontv lit your inxmosos gut tJred NouVTor3t u J I 29 YEARS b bit Of Honest Business Reputation i is Back of Every MO1TUME1TTIbSOLD BY US b bbt p GEO MISCHEL SONSbb 4i=PROPRIETORBr ci b I Owensboro Monumental Works JJ 412414 B Main St Yards 214216218 Clay St OWENSBORO KENTUCKY J Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You iQMoney on All Good Honest Work b ++f+ fllillfl+4+ + + ilTHE KENTUCKY i i+ i Light and Power Co i t INCORPORATEDIt IWlhh WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT COST 1 + I i CLEANI I t+ iBE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN I ilREACH I t 11 E G BARRASS Manager 1 t lfl++ + f ++ IIIII + ++++++ +++++ WANTED A RIDER AGENT INEACHTOWSIInde 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ride easier run faster wear better last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a you will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer vkind at any price until you send for a pair of IF YOU NEED TIRESlledgetharrs Puncture 1roof lives on approval and trial at the 1 introductory price above or write for our big Tire and Catalogue which 4 priceiIICYING a bicycle 11 H Ora pair of tires from aDOne until know the new and wonderful- I offers we are making It only costs n postal to learn everything Write it NOW J L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Lmuy uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Iessenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN find Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 4 4 vr fJrtf Republican yfntered axording to law at tEe Ppstotda- tlarUordIii as mall matter of the second iiivR M BARNETT EDIT R Tyyy + OUZIiI- CI b1n 40 22=ouch T t FDAY MAY 28 REPUBLICAN TICKE- TJ J RepreuntaUveW S Dean icr Clrcult ClerkE G Barrnss FcarOounty JudgeR R Wedding i i Fbr County CI rkYS Tinsley For County AttorneyC E Smith i For Sheritt T H Black For AssessorBernard Felix For School SuptHenry Leach For JallerW P Mldkut For SurveyorC S Moxley For CoronerDan W King FOR MAGISTRATE 1 Hartford DistrictD S Chamber 11D 2 Beaver Dam DlstrlctO E Scott 3 Rockport DlstrlotJohn H Mlles 4 Centertown DlstrlctJ C Jack Rom G Rostne DlstrlctM C Cook G Sulphur Springs DlstrictJ IS Gmham 7 Ford Y11le DistrictC V M11ee 8 Bartlett DIstrlco nominee A c mon lah case recently trle in the Otto Circuit Court to our mild prevented tome very pathetic foatuves A young XJcn merely a toy In tars but afro had lMJan permitted to assum- reigranstt4ltttes of mm18ge relations was tried for murder asd given tlll oors to the state pendtenttaryt1 grout maiay mltllgntirg circumstances were contccttd with the offetco and some od those conditions made the ronnu1sslon of tie crime almost a- tare c defense cr the boy hulbandE Ciotle or home yet the jury thought the king unjuvditlcble and found the young man guilty Theevf- dente Ebowed that Jie was Ml of the mOt ignorant 1ocmtmts a1o has ever been tried by un OhIo county Jury He could nelthrr rood nor write did not know the day moath or year In cthlehhe was barnrT could tot give the date of the birth of Me babe whllI was wn scmetfm last January Z0l could he tejl wizen be was married His features bare the camp or dense lgnorrsce amount ig ndsnost to tdocy The question thetJ1- t1CIIOO in our mind nt rte time was to Whet extent the state ot Kentucky 6 responsible for the ignorance of the- 7oung s man and tlt responsible througb- tJU falure to give proper eneourage- rneat to education atod the nIfS6n y- fctlltles to bring within the ocndlQ- Dcry boy and girl in our state and to compel evecy parent to take mhllnt- C4e et the tame wa3 the conrlton- weadth not TUPou1be to same extent for the oomminon or the Tme un der the wall known theory that ignorance prod UCti crtaro Anyh way to n thoughtful porsan the t4XCtnoe of the groat ecrmomawerriih or Kentucky with nn or her powerful nucUnery for the pundebrnent of crlm1l1aa n- 10rcltg the cold lettor of the Jaw ngajnft a bey for whose ignorance itmayho rerfontibo and sthtto icy the least of tt the jury cIOOntJ- ytbougbt paatially excusable wtar to our round quc toL1be justice iTo tltose who are ib1o1rg closely thetVW batte tow on In Coagross it is evident thct the time i not far- ddstont alien there s to be a new nJSDD1ent of parties rel reltltg dlfr- ferent sectlcs oi the country More and more New Engiud is drifting InQ te free trade chCtnd cpcdaily on raw tnateaal from a coif ceded utterly tIe llJll ttaDdpolnt 5te es1S taired bei iwmese manuftctorlis ct the tJxpEte or the raw nntreal produc- Ing tldoo of the country The south- gmoratcs all of the cotton probably the largor part or tto tmter tlldell and coal Kentucky le the only pcce- in theUptted Stales where flcurapar is to be found ns this i3 used and is Aicorsary In Ue conversion cf iron ore 1t 0 steel eaEng ntl and the North is willing to have placod on the free lIst yt Is to the llfere or the Sluthto stand by the p1nctplc protection She hfl8 alroody iort much Ilro9tlge and dnUoonce by her nifsguld- jed offorta to tear dawn Q pole the benodt of which she anurg have for therext fifty ycara to oonip inlets 1116 is to become merely a servant under the mastery of the hhst It is time the Beryls of the Sout2L Imr- eIottltg their eye open to the situation suftidcmtly to day aside their pro udloo avd vole ni lstuud with ty no matter what name wiblrh propose to muintetn a policy with even banded justiceandaGkh lIlooe WI bring to light the bidK1en vcaWt = r P whiclttitl 4 e SOuth holds to surJt YCrt mJer1nJsbeter stupendous dame arises to divide partfes to pVrffrctJe South is eure to boodmof- r plqttfve tariff pony In the near future md it OOoks to us its though some ext rttonLbbburnbr 9 own orti county te j1 the II terer t a1ttIs hhtSg1 inc i esp y tihos are stt ltg to undermine tbomis not a oytizen mtere Istot1dng in n partly rue and unes a forty ron t oughdy and truly r your sent ments you bbouldnryt give it your support If the Republlcn porter steeds rprotecticm ancT ttutp oitY results In the devexpagat of the SoUth why should Democrats lritht d- Ubei support drum lt md continue to follow after n party re tetiettttg principles totnlly at varlncce mdth their inters tl simply through the preju dfcaz of the pEt CROMWELL Mhy 26Mrs Tolbert Miller return od home Sutfny nUotV t1eeral days vtdt w th ier porcnhs- r JtrorCIC s1 kry of Hartford vipltl his mother Mre Sarah Gary from Frllly until Snnday Mr std Airs Flied Rtetcrty 2Iand- csme r down to their merts Saturday Mr Rufertr came to go tithing with- sevcrnl others from around here They caught eevurl ftih ail repot Q nice time Tube sn ial at sir E W Jacksons Saturday nlgLt was quttl6 n suocess- Alfw Nlna Stevens sport Saturday with Ler sister Mrs Rom Trout The Cromwel and Rob Roy bastba11 teams mt 11ft Saturday afternoon CromweH scores 14 Rob Roy 5 W C Douglas made It very interetimg fo- rteI viltors with iis zwfit curves 1115 Fronds Aliem of the Hickory QghbGollod was the guest to her grand mother Mrs Sarah Gory Sat urdry night rhrs Joe Reid nnrl Noble Taylor 04 Sunday school have Sunday A nice supper awaited the arrival of Rev and Mrs Carton Taylor dar- tTnee day Jidtses Ara and Era Cord nCCOJnvaned them home Only- a VreiaUes had beennvttol to at teotl The evening was a plt runt oho to all Rev Taylor left for Morgartawn WUlnodny where he is- et aged In n protl1lCt6d mooting His wife and sister Mtu lr are joined him Thursday 1 ibe npolrfoo tine oCr Sunday school at No 25 is at 3 ocloc- kpm Mr and l1rs Alonzo Stn our pont Sunny night at Rev G W Cordons Ray and Ray Stevens took supper wits Glendou Stevens Charka D Taylor took super wIth Joe Coenam Airs Jewel Taylor Is the guest of L sir oast i1lrs Wayne Roooll Mr Roy Buglln of Taylor Mines was in thIs ncighhorhatd Suntlny A large crowd attended idtging at No 25Sund y night Miss Aura Taylor and her beau slont Sunday utcanton at Miss Di HookersMr Ins Byron Taylor and two- ehtdren EutI and Zacy spent Sunday at Mr Jahn Nrtespep In Memory or our diver llttte coon Pollard who Bled May 16 1909 Cecil was 8 months and Iii days oM She vns the little duughter of wlie end Nannfe Pollatd- Ste was Eo sweet cud good and UttleIgone forsottea We mlEs her oh we miss her but sore Is gone never to return to this sinful wanId WeEp not 11 Plertf for ltte Cecil death lies cakedaway our loved or in the lon 1oy gmve to le yet her soul is restltj In that homo ooound the sky An aunt MA1LIE F1REIE MAGAN Moy 5Urs E HMorgan Is with her mother sins Sranue4 Tnnner who- is gplte ll k 1tisuts Y1t1 Wetterfc ol and Mlande Baughn tack tltecorn tatlcpat Hartford Ft Lay ctl Saturday trJpltoThe Sunday ooEEhJ1 ta8begtd tow d Its evIl faauenee ovT ttie- Sunday schools egalo- Meusrs Rdtert hnncrbot Owens boro rId iVltifamTasnteroY Dlea- f i d mere tine gUOO4oi theh mdblf er Mrs Sranuc1 Tanner Sunday L1 31r V LSutton W1Q basteien cob= to his bro for ramo time kr JofIned + 4ffa C E Miller and baby Oattif dnd3trniltl Sun tiny Mrs BdIi Smith wife aoobaby1 Creed Edward ot vUie Dr end girt J L Dpuoo red little M1is Leo 014 Denton were the guests of J W wrigbt and family Sunday flt6 Edna Brown vas the guestof lrer courln Mis Alfa D1ulfhn Bun- nydao Sunday r I j r d CIRCUIT 0OURT4NEAM- IN6 CLOSE THIS TERM- Haa fit Beep Important SessQn Grand Jury Recommend New Caging for Ja1L r fo- fr a tf CIrcuit t ourLwhich hits been In session for the past two weeks will I adjourn today or lomorrow This Ihas been an important term and n- igreat deal ot buslness has beeii transacted J the grand jury adjourned laiat Sat urday having returned eighteen Iw- dietments and having Jnveatigated all matters brought before It The grand jury In Its report poi te put the ins dficiency of the phio county jail which no doubt was prominently theIlilacing of a modern steel cage In the jail apartment This ch racterlot metal defies human Ingenuity it being lruposslbl to cut It with any known contrivniuce or couuse this would be inuch better than the present common Iran cage which Is novi used but the present jail bas been sufficient except ahere prr on i era have In some way procuredsteel saws with which they have cut out and escaped The report of the grand jury Is as follows 1o the Hon r F Blrkhead Judge ot the Ohio Circuit Court your gravid Jury tmpaneled for IWe at the regular May 1909 term of this court vvould respectfully report that we have completed our In vestlgallon and attempted to perform all the duties with the performance of which we were charged by your HonorWe find from Inspection ot the pub lie buildings that they are all In countythE court approved We would further report that the Ohio county jail Is Insecure and wholly insufficient The first story o- ftis building has been abandoned ash residence and we recommend to the Ohio County FIscal Court that the old antedated Iron cells up stairs be re maved to the first floor and be used as detention of women and per3Qns accused of minor offenses and that there be Installed on the second floor of said jail a modern steel cage ot the best quality and such aswllh be a suitable place for the confinement of persons accused oPmurder and oth er heinous offenses The sanitary ar rangement at the jail ought alsoto be improved and without delay We would further report that we have Investlattd not only the con UUon of public buildings and violations of the law but the conductof those charged with enforcing the law as well We desire to express ourapproval Individually and us t1 body of the administration of the law by your Honor and the Commonwealths Attorney Hon Ben D Ringo under which administration justice Is speedy and punishment reasonably sureso that throughout the entire county we have been unahle to fInd any just cause for complaint concerning the conduct of any officer of your Honors Court AU of which la respectfully submitted WM 111 ADDINGTON Foreman Jomth vs James Johnson who was charged with breaking Into the ginseng garden of F W Pirtle and wn pcaded guilty or the tihttrge and his plniihJtlnt was fdxent fifteen months In the penitentiary He together witty Wade Gary Who was convicted of voluntary manslaughter the early part of last week were conveyed to the penitentiary hy deputy sterUfs Otto QDd J w Siarb Wednesday afternoon W P Westerleld 81 U Jobn- son etc the jury returned n Yer diet of 500Q for thq plalnttff This Is probably the largest verdlctirt n damage suit which hs been return to l In Ohio Circuit CQurt for several years and probably the largest ever awarded Orville Phelps vs Mcllenry Coal Company the jury returned a verdict or 800 In favor ot the jilatnttff- Pgn Taylor vs 1 CtR R Co the Jury returned a nrdlct f13iHn fa- tor of plaintiff i Spurgeon Foser ve I cn Rdoih- greed judgment of 250 for plaln I tiff was entered James Cooper w WllRnm CoaiCo Is now on trial During the bearing Qf the case Mr Cooper who has been confined to his bed since his ln1titI- IIBt a September has attended court beingcarriedto the covet room brtU cot During the hearing or the oaao our of the yurora Mr Carl Taylor became suddenly ill and whi walking from the airy pox towards tlterdoor- attelnliting to reach thl outside nt- mophere he taInted and fell He was revived In n few miuutts however and after n little open air exercise t f u eras iblot hunio the bc nngot t r thecodeMay rrCANEJIUN 1 11evSpc of lodooiutrfilnI ty Bni 1bur rel61g tothxc IMriEatIrim Wthttq fhd ttS been visiting her daughtett EchQ1s for the Post bbntlb ns turtted Ibcct- e2r Frank Gruff is very owof uwo- su7nptfom hit inlfsJfUJg iMr J W Ford anti innsiy r tEd Mr Jth fattier tnt1 tcm1l1y a GfoO- Sdrida + 1 Mrs Phebe Cbrlsfaln Ras the kueir of hire Ft nc WUai Sicrcayi IMrgM4a Hurt vtsitcd Nr JIii- Christiamand tmlly Sunday Nt Rosa Jio don visited Miss May SandJem Sunday N ta ie Cjrrfetian emdohIk- bavid MetI1 Arnotl oeorae B sui hS Mr OJ Hoover is sick M this Rafting ifri Jive Ford end Mtrits LId Idtior rin Clottmle Ct ristan Dot a1Jde oiiur nt Hopooll Sunday Mr H WIhi1On rind rew Stela- Daailel viritgd 3lle ClemmIe Ohrls tan Su1dttTernoan Vas lltiice Strorsnmnof Oladon- visttud her dathcc Mr C W Daniel Sunday MrJG Wlhop IWIlI11f1Oens o Monday on bus4aese Mr G JphrlBtlnnls tuohdttg n singing school Ilt Dundcle S SSDid You Profit by It Not ta1r very much In the ReP- UbUrol1 of late from the orgrcfzed farmers I concluded to Hbrpete my self of n little pentup fooUrg that has acCummul since tie organtza- tion of the Kentucky Wool Growers Asiocdatfon Now you Od katther- htaded farmers as nnny of you cs come into rcIesslon of thIs just Us ten to me n few nrlnutcu Do you know she price toot was bring offered for wool before the Wool Growers Association was orgnu- lzod Thventytwo cents wee tihe bit offered for clear stufdand what did tare daily pavers report just aster the organization They saw that the level headed thlnklDg farmers of the State of Kentucky had het Q determined resolution that the feLQV two- owns 12 od ewxs Cid Jlns on the sde or the hill and dives on corn bread row belly otd branch water and by the way they are te bctf- clvowa on Gods groen eaftfa shoudu not be cbruted out or his twl pr duet this year so they cltCuSc1ew ttla report thattl eshcep1edi off deed wittt stab I call the ropert rot Relieve I tie end be dd Now you ctid cask wads tlnt havnt heardttie truth since Abe Lincoin died unikss same friend read itto you from the Equity Farm Journal set n nave On you Sel your stuff trough tile ortgunfzn- tion end dont go trround over the enrth howling about pOUtkE anti arh er stuff that there ls nothing infree- youraf from n boood1hlrrty money powerthnt will dimtni you make avtS od your sons and prustrtutels or your More whoa I get wady- daughtias More when I gab ready WATrI rIAYLOR- Mn1nnm Ky May 271909 RALPH May 24TG tnln Iy wait set farmersback ith their work ilr nraiMrs C W furJeEY i bed SunJMlEB Davie GtOOr is o l the stck list J F Taylor went to Megan Satur day onbueitoe The base trait tea ph1d their first mntcl1lSQ1I1o at Dundee Sunday wtIlh the flridgeGarg rte gl1DoO feiuit 1 In 25 to1 In favor of Ra3Fh boys We Are going to Oroa tints wth De Sort urlay Mr and frs Robert Farmer vlift ed sir A Farmer Sunday Mr sfe IUilOr of thcae WtrlW9 ville visited his parents llr and Mrs R F Taylor Sundny- Mr Rooort Thiyktr was the guest of- 3ftia Addie lae Edge Saturday aced Sunday as usual Mr rid Mrs J A Edge visitd3 airs Ddgots pa116tq air nrt1 Bibs J SundayiUr tg 9ft- trday might but rl1ootD to the- cPeuke Wondoruhyrm Martin vis ted frden s ca trelatdwcslat M an Saturddayt er n rtiey4oiI Ifeipha ko fi sIwofi ek- dotomotime Is ber Ji I Amo t1be Lodges I Eovgb Rives Iyodge No130 c tWfailbWIrg oftloers seanlairtruet1by evonita4Sn4ersgo VICtJB l Ettrpant re ArK1I9j8s1O Gito M Baraetb Tealadige made ltnml arrangcanents for oliermuo of- decorrytlortddy tdloakloo text Suns day riftern5an Fhcay ber1s u ed tom1ira tlowers end nIl Deiuoias living 4n Harttocdcu dvkdnlty ClrJ urged to bring flowers ahethertttey- are members Iitihe OOdgeor root f = THlI l i se BSln t p tI r for bare fri ipgi llin all it J lness- The f oM i1ngy1 e nw sea aicwith a new ea source of unmitigat ed pleasure For fiiteen years we have sold tothe trade the famous p STAyER BUG4IESA- ND NOT ONE DISSATISFIED CUSTOMER They excell in the flexibility and quality of their springs The painting and finish is the best They ride easier and last longer than any make we have ever comefin contact with All these jitr points we claimWe are ready and willing to demonstrate It costs nothing tQ investigate You will be as enthusiastic in their praise when you know them as we area E P BARNES BROS BEAVER DAM KYIt J Educational Notes Misses MatUe Moselty and Nona Ithoads will attend the summer school or the West Kentucky Normal at Bowling Green Mr Clarence S Bennett of Nar rows will graduate from the State university at Lexington June 3 In the recent examination twelve Iutclass certificates 21 secondclass certificates and seven thIrllclass cer tlfkates were granted sixteen of the neiyslx applicants failed to pass Those who obtained Slrstclass terti- fhutes are as follows J T Hoag land WO F AndertbnrA C Baughn Albert DBnughn LucyIRock Florence Keown Gertie Raymond O D Carson C Ross Bennett N n White Ira I Plummer and RC Bennett J p Bellamy chlllrnlan of educational division Xo 2 was In town 1cednesdayand Thursday on legal lluslness The dllslQD Board or Education No 4 has been called to meet at Horse BrancltrfdarJmre4th nt 1 oclock p m to select ii chairman ot the division board to take the place of John W Taylor resigned I ihe next county examination will be held at Fordsville June18 and 13 has 11lPpinelIslands In the Civil Service as Supervising I tennb m His work extended over the island of Luton and Mhrlluquc Du- rtnghls absence in the Orient he vis Ited both China and Japan beIs lit home on a leave Hoff absence and in nprgb 111tyi will be transr rerred to the Civil Service In the S Prof and rfia L N Graywill leale hig few daysiIl1teyH been conecttdwltti lkttford tollek forth past fate yFerdnndtfielr departure will W eliNitcif b lull who knowtherm p1 U Within n short stimeoontracte will- be let for tlte conetipcliow of schoo- lbocas In thefollovltng places viz Broadway Rlcketta Rob Roy Sarvis Hill pudd7ogee r 1 BurrleUel who has spent the last year Snt Nor tnal at Bowling dreen is spending the summer with hrs parents near Herbert lie will return In the fall to complete his woik inn ufo Nbrrnn 8chootJ ct w- MF S P McKenneywill bere= 1schoolatc a Work the enllrefabult6 fthe Bea ver Dam graded school was reelected At the recent examination for common school certificates Clyde Mitch ell of Westerfield Ky received the highest grade On the evening of May 20 the Board of Education of Hartford School selected the following facultyr rfor coming year Principal George E Bailey of Toledo Ohio assIstant principal H E Brown ot Rochester Ky seventh and eighth grades LB Ellis Hartford Sixth and fifth grades W R HedrIck J1vermore Ky third and fourth grades Miss Mta May Likens Beaver Dam Ky first and second grades MIss Mettle Moseley Hartford Ky The salaries Were fix ed as follows Principal 900 asso elate principal 676 seventh and eighth grades 460 fifth and sixth grades 460 third and fourth grades U05 first and second grades 405 Harrison Wright ot Cincinnati 0 representing the American Book Come pany was In town yesterday j lit WHiTESVILLE3- 1hy 26Mr Derry Evans who bail been in Tenmese co Lor the pat dew A weeks lookkg iter his timber inter r est returned home ycterday 1wm Stituzrtt went to Owrlrsiboro lloncay1EJsrs Owen and Scott Aibrose re SaturdnYIv Iave ttie first or the year There composing the fishing crowd rflo dent from ere ffonday tie OD Oid were aOs o1M1 and jui McCth yt Gitlce Brooks RubY Pate FnHe Hew etit ntud Mre B v ooJc Me iiflfrlNixon Brooks and m ks Mr RoyIisingerand lss Efiel Tee went3o Owensboroiyesterdsynzrl fwere lmnrtiedu etiintnngkioot atga oc V1111JIrOgksand Dr D Haynes left forFordsuilloy- euterday n ibuslnu Y r i4- dnycgci oIi I t7imeraau q week looking after the leots of hts belnr our moxtreongJ l miiaiCre this distract fDtr Jones ol Jtiicaboro Ark offs here last wee MirJOnEs Woriginally of Fordsvme uN wifeandtliaug3ter addleCtOps are looking ffao 4bt1E tie cut Fbracs taus begun to maJtoa tdW r i Instome plarca r d t I l t i p rJ WtUyBURT KORREOTtUPiB quality Qf rnaterialndar value vyith absollite satisfaction tiylirca et rangO of sjcovering tfer t arRe uisere orient ir t y 1 lee 4 soOrA J + J irintety Napier ToeSlf4 If fully This patent or ShapeShoesshoe dealers allover the United States BUY A PAIR TODAY Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 28 IllnoisContral RallroadTlme Table I y At Beaver Dam Ky lrorrr Bound Month BODad- No182w due 405 m No 121due11uam- Nol22doe1282pm Nolnldoe48 ptu 0 Not02dne248pm No1R1dae8dpm Get a Transfer U you are on the gloomy line Get a transfer U youre inclined to fret and pine Get a transfer r r Get oft the track ot doubt and gloom Get on the sunshine train theres room Get a transfer If you are on the worry train Get II transfer You must not stay there and complatr Get a transfer The cheerful cars are passing through And there Is LOTS ot room for YOU transferAIt you are on the grouchy track Get a transfer the happy Special back IJusttake Get a transfer on the train and pull the ropet That lands you at thestaUon HOPE Get a transfer If your drugs have been too high Get a transfer Hartford Drug Co Is the place to buy ii Get a transfer i4 r 7 An experienced chemist tried and true The BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Get a transfer Hanford Drug CompanyIn- corporated J Get your Screen WWire fnm11 Jam Ly01llB te Cream 60 gobdat C1tyRefltnu rantC1 n M II 1 Weare pyfng45c foT Dsae Iiir aJAMES I9NS- tcf r fii4Ge lIlli1ebJfaOIty Rtmaitrrl t Bud Colors iIUf at- t Barnard Co n- Ctty1testaui f t antI s iStaxtk rind oodles cantb bOOt j Dice fresh FJM onrtaatfy Ihe kl City Re tau3 s1t taAlts Powell JoztesCUr is the L t guestoof ekatlvea near Ilat ester Em1rmadnries and LtUElI You 11ever- y t i saW5O man nm prettier pttIimIs Mrs JoknDW11ron wh lirjjCe gttite IIi tor toaeiUi days lS imrptvving- 29ew MWnq tuttrsoaived atr1 n ard o e Meet StJiosv 1t1 UPptteraL i I 1 J 62 vvi-v 4 should mperj1hd 1C I If he Burkjapspatent Jr cIulrleather + I in the uppers ofa 6lrQfIJj P orreg t sMpe shoeJl breaksI1 hthrough before the even adouhleweight sole weir 4htodgh we W W hee r replace them with a new paIr ofcharge wonderfully durable leatherBurrljaps vgctnF- laxonrWhite Ir ArMn Petty city is Ihi Emn- vllle lhad onbuslna s- If you want Flour see U S Carson who can save you money 3Stf For Evedal rorgalns in Sewing Machines wI on G s Williams Rev fd d Ued is regular cPPC nt- mats attbe Obrl5t1al1 ahurohSunday- EditorC 3L Barncbt was in Louis yUle oon usfne tae P1rst OI tile week In Lydia Oonneri east HarrtSord Is rocoeldDg from a severo attack of flux For ail inds Qt Sewing Machine Supplles OIl ccall on Gross Williams City Restaurant feeds the people as usual Once a customer ndweys aens tannerEverett the infant son of Mr cad Mrs W A Hines is quite ill of ty hlOid fever Mss Lqdia Ware tms returned Lame fram Klzgsrncp d Colllge where he taught during Lh part ear Mrs Matilda Tinsley city was the gue6t ot Mr aandMsS E Bennett north HarUore few days lnst week ChRdren Day will be observed nt tire Mebhodlst churrh text SSunday- eplA ndid program has trten arranged tMrs E EI3frklead cntQrtalaed nt bridge Tue day afternoon fin honor ot MPs E W Cooper of NasCrville Tenn J Miss Dora PParisyPuebjo Colorado Is the guetj ih r gr nIlob1fT Irs J A Park tndeetter rolaaivee in Hart tord lL a5eturnaxlSundayfrail o ttit to her tan Mr Ciarence FField Ilt TSChyTtte 1 Lou + aa1a r Rev T LAetora wlllprcach tJ- lCromel1Ik3xtSun Jyat U oclock am E rrlodJ scoronny invited to hearbim f j Lirs Wr1aui fowQnddauphterM- 3sa Gerteth ddue ttir tih6 guests of judge riDfMrS R it Vedding- city last acid Sunday 1 lh1tr OtvrollSmith wlohas Wfen- la echalol at CoylrlgtonjOMas fc- rthet 4gYeam 0j1t Aa1 Sit9an- etltq htJloP1 at uoltenryK7 Mr M F Sharp Bow8iag Greo- aKylBtataOnganlzertbrtine AmciihRh- Sbcdety1 df Equity pad 4bs oUlre a- pleua1rt ht white lnHartord Wok i1eda J J tProf J C nory Wto 1as been to- thq Phillipine tfdnd eSgatged thi vv- rnznent eduCatiocaiwadi tor the part throe years arrtv M1h0IDJe lust Satuyr hfesersi W 1C ngdtyxlie Smith McHenry HourdFnvU Williams Manes AmeaSlack3hrovef F hLA enCicsltaf wj ola Bail k- fanzns Georgeai4 4JalryBar grd DllntC4rya era smoug our thllC31rWY6dT d li+ Ii1 I a MrHoary T Fells Ontomvlsttecl Mre Dully Parks city the latii i part of last waeek P ifwttkqut a cult ira cnn tlt ozd- p14sse th1RGlesson r Tailored Bult qARsON CO Rev Rr J Basindon of the Veat- Fandsv111erinkighborbpod was a pleas antctl1er Mo=day r Air EdSnr Taylor Roctester w s time gate t of MrJC Jones acid ami lyclty Tuesday A r 1 Buy your Whdnw State or the ilary Berlin MatgriuliDcfarit btcck- qr cmcklurnard Oo autko thew- idr R A Nodf gor hart movoeU from Ue Griffin properly tJl1 Center sttebt tnt11bLV J Bnarcddsnoa- on Wolaut sstreetEd- Ii es Zona Roblzron arJ AaGentry of Narrowa vlsltedh3fiszeis Daisy Wedding add Eln4h Pity Ciiy Saturday anti Sunday ifr Jtatbert BClDett cityt tdt yt lY furEcrt st Louis tq pre ppt ert cs n wbtn4ss in n lai suitfor the outhern RFway Co MME RFBaxter New Yonk Clty arrived tn HcrtfCn yesterdgy aftpt- noon aadi will Tay nIl exterdad altt- o ter ton Dr C G Baxter Meters Rotert Decker Rockpor- tat J M Htidsbn Matlor Ind whb are tdslting relatives nt Beaver Ifum were among our cntaer s yB tertiY Mrs laura Fthr qhho hndbfeJ1 the guest cf Mr nod Mrs W C Sblemmer city for several days re turned to her home tlt CuwjtonInd- tut Saturday- We are just is receipt c1 a fine as sortment of wdles Tailor lnhdeVnlh Suits Come In WS whites und blues with prices from 350 to 750 CARSON CO Mrrss AQteta Greer and Sav n Ware rourncd iarq Vodne edty fnon- nKingswcod Ky wtere theybrd been- to attend the eoasg exercises of KinFswood College Judge W D Taylor went to Louis vie on tb3 curly train this tnIOrning to oDOY Iittle creMe Chtnn to the- childrens Home Soelety 1t6 litHe feloa Is between three oc1d four yettrs- f age and Is quite inteligenit- By an oversisyht the youtry cd of- Gibs Dry Gcca Co Harrel Brothers and Revd ReM which appears on- pcge seven wwas run in same form as last wEek wlen the price of eggs rlnuldhave been cihanged to Hie per dozen and Hens to IOe per pound The nnew Dapt1et church ct Cfnter town will be EdIClIJtld next Sunday Rev Wilkes at Louisville wal lCh the dedlcaterial sermon He wlllLe- aJinel In conducting the dedkator- tal exercises bY Rev O M Shultz- of Hartford Easket dinner wlit lie ser vd end everybody is cordicijy invited to attend Mr Frank G Foremen 1rs iooely eel omdel notice or his successful met tat WElt ot qunlLlctlat to eenter tle United States Naval Academy ClIt AA- nnapolis Md Mr ForEman now ice to undergo a phystcaI examanattan fore final rmItta nee to the academy There Is no doubt but that Fankwilp- ass this exllrmIi fl OO6ssuly The Obn1tIan church ot Hartford has puro1ae of ttoe Mlethodlst church he church bUilding which pan been mol by the MIflJhodtEl for mcuy- years CSChlJlOl house and will use same icttitly with too Methodist pee= pia until such atime as they ron OCt I new church wahich i11be done som time during the next two years The ChnsU8JI1 riEOlIoe gave 85000 for the property Dr J R PlrUe our local dentist returned Friday from the Kentucky State Dental meeting which met at Crab Orchard Springs last week He reports a most excellent leetlng While at the meeting Dr Pirtle pur chased from the mtter Dental Mfg Co an electric engine and lathe of the most Improved and UIItodte snake These added to his already wclequlllpEdptflce give all the ad vantages of the city dentist pr PIr Ue joined the association In 1514 and evcrslncliserving Is po ted on he bestrnethods gf- dental operationsa ot have a nice picture of Your Residence made ihis- sg og white house and grounds are at their 6eLD3nt you want a gQo photograph of some memberof your amily right nowt Have you a recent picture of yourselfT Visit Schroeters- Galery and get your work done ocated overteRepublican Of flceln Hartford alsoheadquar- ters for large Portritsi4Rand- Frames Good picturesGuaran I t t teed I 11 A i IERBERT Mar 24I1te edboos ot Sourwood e9i MIer fha a lCoDfj too surd the tchociolo wOfb ilullt an the farm of R M Dllvier near Herbert Vork wlJJ tCgbi loon IiS the house be this summer 1atigh1erHnesday for Mrs Duncans health Sire yria visit her broterErneat through i the furLmer Messrr Robert Stewart and Barney aarrre Mirsee Mabel Miller and iILiot tie Buett visted Miss Mabel B awn Slnay Mr and olrBOcar Rice and laugh ter went to Backford Saturday Mr and llrs Iry MSti1gnn 3fisa- lifatte MUiigan IT and Airs 1VaLar- Skinner and aaidren attended the burlri of Mr Harden Morris near I Enst Friday MTS Mug Skinner asi l visit at Etar several days o1HH Baxter Miller spent Saturday nlgtt at W M F Hoards She was ccm1anloo honio DY Miss Mary H Vadsng cnd 11r Bobcat lIIallanC- l11s DoioHelm and brother LLe- he ttended Sunday sabcol bbee Sun My air end Mrs Grant Udklfr nttrod- ed church at Pdlvlfie Sunday 3la J L Graham Macao wilted other D Ai Mier Saturday- night Mr ad Mrs Wm Ohamb4as Fords vllie Jed at Water SSkinners at- urayMr Tam FlodtPeII vkbted ot ors Sa e Floyds last wk Mr John pruner visited hs daughter sirs Orion Flowers necr Pates yUle Sunda- yfir Dreo Morey Pelal1e was here Sunday afte noon Mr and Mrs Wro Ford olr and Mrs Arthur Ford and children ofr and Dir Ylrgle dillderatd MnAsnem- da Ste t and daughter spent Sunday at J W Fords MrltJm Hate Is the sum nuInerThe farmers are very busy pkrtlrg corn r rid setting out tobacco Nat a- very large actesge of tolcoo w i beset I r aF- AIRVIEW Mey 25 Sunday school mot Sun day at the usual hour wlth n Barge crord of pupils and vstors tin rt tend ice Among the VVisitors ere Mr and Mrs Joe T DanicJ of Olator who very ktndly nEEEtEd us with their excg lent sagtng Mr and Mrs R D Wilson vkEted friends at Shreve Sunday Little litres Lorena aui euah Wilson spet Sunday wIth little Miss- Mary L White Rev T J Acton and attbe wugl1- ter iss Ruby Helen attIIW churl at Mt Vernon Sunday Mr Frank Groff of Salem whore Ilness we reported lent week s- ro better Miss Berne F Acton spent Saturda- nlght with Mrs R D Wilson Quite n crowd dram this prne at- teded church at Olaton Saturday Mr end Mrs WUte received n letter from their rephew Mr 111e- HurteJl o Columbus IDd whore IlIlmeS3 we reported lest wee elating tfilat- he was tmpavdrg rapidly L4Et week the type setter mode mme snr that Cievefnnd Acton was making fregdenf trtps tto Ir J C 1Vllson- sClevelanddcesnk go toT C Wtlsone no one laves here by that To1mW Jut he gees to J R Wllsons every Sunday Mr Eiflah DanIel OGta was in our mid= t Saturday everCtg ttie guest of his touin DRss Dcssle K Aoten- Diiss Bessle F Actdn roturn home Sunay after e few drys visit wi4th he mother Mrs IAzzteVblte and family A large crowd trttatded the ringsg at this place Sunday night A5 usual a large number CI visitors were present aamong them wcre Messrs Lorenzo ACton ot Sulphur Springs lIer bert Wen CCone Run eyvester Au- try Sdesn Rev T J AClonI f1=1rn1CS Anne Berkeley Dpry B WUsn1 R D WWilson Mr crd Mrs Farrs Jruml son and Mss ofyJ1tl UrOlJd Come nglll nil ot yeir neat Sunday night far ey will abbe out n very ssuccess- ful arm of school tnurJut by Mr G J Chrlshmi Program For Meock l rre tpccs of Raugh Rivar ode No jl K a P ntO1kwoOO iutday Muy 30th tt4 p m- Uivocat onKnight C M Barnett SongSame Sweet Day by K of P QuaFtettg Knights Z WGrtfdtn- R D Walker J R Plrtioe noo EEB- irkhcadti e MdrearKn1 ht EtM Woodwa= de- becgrxting Braves JCnight J n Viscm OdaBy he lodge Benediction Kntght Jno wraYJor ambers ot lodge are requeated t- nrert rat Cagle IJaU at 930 p mand mcroh in body to the CdIUlrtery The Publ1 invlted ufES H WILLIA31t9 TAYLORrII Committee J UJSINCERITYW U A sincere man is one who bluffs only n part of the time When sshould t lat time occur with us We know that whellour theme is CLOTHING or SHOES it sliould noL They are the foundation of out business It behooves us to be fair with yon on these Hns estecidly Our CLOTHING which is the f11nlnous FIAT lillQ made especially for young lien but good for older ones too has never in com parison with any other been excelled There are just a few that equal it price being equal 1Ve are glad to compare Give us an equal showingm W Shoes UJ Well wo ask no odds Yhen LOnSHEnr for the man 1110 cares tlllfl CHOSSETT which makes walk easy will not satisfy nor fit our foot give lUifes wear look mid feel better we send you to our who also sell Shoes No man is big enough to do it all 1Ve dont ex pect to but we will give you a square deal and try to sell you the best Merchandise and will not mis represent Dpend ou the dp1Jlon Store of Barnard Com Hartford Imo ym AETNAVILLE May 25 MMss Alnnc Davircn or Tar Springs Is vtLng hcs sister DGr- sClaarle3 Dlvnes Mf and Mrs I1ronkICKln1C sad sons Arnod and Don 1 vlsitoo at- Mr Lawrence PhI lps Sunday Mr and Mrs E H Morgn anal son Jewell Adlllr were tLri guQsts ffatlyatyOwenstoro Item Vednesday unU1IFrk day Jr ud Mrs Henry LOD anal daughter of Reynolds vistkd Mr and Ms Jesse Lore Sunday o Mss Ruth Doyd who hni be4n ts mcg reataces flit Beaver Dam rG r erl home Snturday J I hiss LoIs Llsrica vha bile been visiting to Oweasbaro rettrned home Saturday 1 irs E H folln was railed Saturday to tLe Leke of htf inet lr Mrs S Hrnaar who Is III lit httr home ct Mogan The Ae4tavllie ttntl Possum Rdge b1lU ball tcwrrs plyed Ln rbee Saturday afternoon The score wv- 2C to 5 In favor of eSaaviue sirs Jamoa Haynes and tlr and Mrs 1VrWr HIlll1oon ddlzxd lit otr- Cerble HedilOus Sunday 3rt and Dlxs S L PhUlIlt9 c1All Mrs J C A9vey vIsatod at nRev ies- motnty near Hatn1ItoTl Ford siir 4ts- everal from this place attwsiio1 Sunday zchocii at 1a nut Grovo Sw day t nfr E H Morgea butt to Maas Sungay Mrs Yta Lons and diughtertooI- CiC visited Mr Frank Lyons ari- fai y Su=day CENTRAL GROVE ofay 2eMr D 3L Ikuk wad daughter Hies fyrte ntttJnlCOOr We lu- rou1 serakes afthie late JJames A Park ot BooI Sunday lfJtII1 MMrs F3 R Dtshop and ahildtVn EaclandtiMynl Sot wllallusl- M fJ6 Icca Sunday la thIs cOJu umky Little 3V Annie EM robetb Shultz- of Prontots is vlsltng tsar graadyni- e tu Mr and Mrs J T Rocker Mr cnd Mrs Leslie Rowe mu thO proud Teleats of 13 baby boy MLesos Mbrtle anal Hattie Re1OOdIa Ida Tilie and Mabel lInton Wil- UCmB Mines fl1fnt Sunray at MF4 FcughttiloUro Doaa Cooper visited In Mc Hon Sunday Dtita Asroticn Hacker vasltedt necr- Prctat1a recently the guest of JC ssin tarIIra Joo ShultzT- The Party nt WiIr J L Porters SSat urday night was urgoy atteiIlI1 Mr rid Mrs Hura Fnut1t anal EOn Dlcster Ferretaans Mania visited relatives In tthin ooaiiisunlty Saturday aDd Sunday Mrs L n Lone Is oonvnlee coat- buss tiyrl Vaughn has returned to her tome at Orlllham after esverttl grandgrarentsMraid Mater Spurgeon Park Vlfiltdt t- hstter Mrs Goo Ouuton 1Vlanal- 3ftne Tu day nigh Mr James Cooler went to Iiwtforl- f e day sir Guy Shtler Dud foraaly of- MoHenr y were In this oll1lJ1unltj SurdnyMessrs CL Loner and J T Drown went to laHuJEO Sunday Notice The Chrsttcn Suruy ScJoex1 mill met nt tie Chrlstlaa curcih or merly tIe M E Church South at 230 pnnext Suncy Everyboy t3r vt d JS II wlLLIU1tS Supt W9YSOXMay cl7nllrtod Is Very iIll with pnunv l- tlrf Cynt a Cear1ffeld waa t o guest of Mrs W P Ben stt Saturday Mr Sheiby NNeon iciI Mr J F nigast wore the uents or tltr Lee- Noeon Sunday MisA PUr1 Davreport spent Monday night with aria Qne halt- Mr Henry Prtlo vls4ted arts pat ontsat McHenry SLturdsy rrtg t- aPeiurs E R Iona Raad Palace Davenport werette gUoSf Ilr E A Davonllort Sunday Mr ThtntstSt1lktrJ1d wHo WeN tho guars enE 1fl 1a Slturtftey night MftresLfzztenutJJenny Irnn Moore- apeat 1cadyir1Ehtwith iic Dldlie- Loo t and MMrs Hirnrlirfle isliM- Ir Jim Shull Hopewell Siiraday Mr urA Mrs H E mtoat w- Pu3d4te Saturday Mrld1r Taylor nrid w1f vrltol- Mr H01de Etllott Sandny t Mlda Gc tie Mare rot tlrol hbnte Saturday iIrons llCUtfod Misses 3Zito and Lau 1Jerrunan- wcw the guests of their ccusln Mlss- Kitty DonrnI1n Sunday night Mr and Mrs Tom IWIdJck viulted- 3Lr Fox Oln Iluus1day night MrR Y Iklvenport caste guest or Mr A J Davoapoot Sundiy lIt A J ThLVenfOt i hav5 tWo ohilbMre rargarette Tay1 r ho I1M booni1to1nghcr daughter 15a4 w P Bennett returnodtwnlnSUnday 4 REALGHILDOF MYSTERY J Uncanny Mediumistic Antics Credited To a Mich igan Boy rime little village of Mr Horeb Wis of which few persons outside of the state probably had heard until recentl Ins attained a distinct position on the map through the uncanny attributes accredited to an elevenyearol boy He is James Henry Brophyth e grandson of Mr apt Mrs Knot Lu2d of Mt Horeb planner Norwegian set tiers in toe town of Springdale where they had lived for 50 years until they moved to iMr Horob a year ago The boy is known variously as the wonderful dhdld medium and the JK Horeb child of mystery according as the narrator Is a believer In or is fckop ticnl of the cult of SpiritualUrn The first uncanny happening occurei on March 9 ttinen as the boy entered the kitchen of his home a snowball cause fling out of span struck him In tie middle of the back and knocked him flat oa the floor Thoro Is n wide open lot on that side of the house An there was not a soul in sight outside Precisely tee tome thing fcappneed the following day wujen the boy c i no- ttrtn tcfcool The text evening a teriea of evcsts put the ihoutehoCd In a panic Cups flow from the table and broke a lamp chimney wan shuttered end the send of thrcnd oa the sewing machine began to unreel rapidly of its own voJtskm The toys grand father became Cistmcttd with terror nail news of the etmnge evaatB prrea4 ropidly The next day tte e has a funeral in the village whidt the boys mother ntttmded ufterwaml tiKBicTig the nigit nt the hone of hor parents Tint night thines woro iiaitJcuterly ntonbe and ttxaue of Le neighbors were Bert for to oosrpcoe grandfather Lund who was on the vorge of ootopuw The Rev Mr Montreal with 9am Ttomp son anotlior oepooted eltizcc rtcpond od to tte call but em Boon as Mr Mo trom ontt od the sitting room a ECble which was on tiio tcbie fopea1 over twice iutd fell to the CJr at his feet Tore ovcahnt t the ohl couple yon Elk how It te The maaifuncyon O rox r apjienr when the lay te asleep Oe wt 2 ItaonR clafcrosTnt tags ttet when tw raw the boy ie wan cetifrtiious htmEeG- fof throe Bphitit nx wccten and a IIVMI hwtvirg nJxnit the boy Such ftories have xollcd all saner of eu IienXttioos lacong tie oid Nomvugkm KittJevB wxl brought cut te iJiogcJ lafct that n grt1dfatlod of ere cf Mt Hoiobe otdea cJtlzecB retIt 1 he bad wc n tta cf BtiiVvor of the 1111 folk before that kneret ng people oMsap l carB Irorn Norway sitting on a I0n61rd piiyiig oar nits tri y obc 3 Memories of Wife Knut When Knut the hero of BJOITHCQS teary of that title are doo recalled The cue iti iitwuotiig the iVtorfon of iclentlsts and societies cf psychic rewArch fmn fur aJ rear but te boy iti beconnlng riiy ol vsittnij cad frequently cries when they come Osteopathy Telepathy and Mag netic Healing Made Plain Man has power to stop Ills aches and pains If he knew how to use It I Love been able to stop every ache and pain for twelve years without u single faliine I concluded that what wes eo eay for me to do that I could teach others to do 1 ilnd that mist puojile ere able to letrn to do the same thing easily It has been a great help to me as 1 urn btoltWer and stouter than when I land I teal better then I have felt since 1 was eighteen yetrs old Have thad a degree of fewer since I have learned lt To melt people tills will npjKsvr n grot mlstery but after they Lave learned how to atop their aches and pains the misery then will be why the human ruse Und to tong und did not learn what is eo easy to learn and tltough there have been lots of men who were able to doj this but were unable to teach oihers wiccossfully and most people would think them cranks or crazy on that one thing but I have studied it till I know it to be a law of nature that is as true ts any law In nature and If you can do what I tell you to do the ache or pain will asap Instant ly 1 have found same where they had a severe headache that they were un able to stop But take my hands and Ktop it Ten them Just what to do and they could stop their aches and pal I B after that If this cat be taught It win be the groatiBt b raslne to Buf fering humanity of anything that has ever been discovered I am of tW opinion that man or woman has no note or psia that they can not stop peter they learn Just what to do and bow to do Ttolo is so different from what people believe I expect It to be Jisrder to make them believe I they bave dint power tl can to teach I tlinthgwvto use it I think we should look within for the power to tore our 1KB and not without I tm hone Son 500 bow to uo this power I guarantee to learn fits or her or refund their money I do not think any one would regret giving that for thb knowledge as I would not take one hundred times that for it for my own ufe I obligate one not to teach or try to teach anyone thaw to use this power to stop aches and pains win be at Beaver Dam Friday Satur day and Sunday beginning iMay 2f C Y ALLEN TESTIMONIES May 10 1909 This is to certify that I took a lesson from C Y Al len on stopping notes End pains and have been able to stop them over since S J DUNN May 10 1909 This is to certify that I took a lesson from C Y Allen on stopping aches and pains and have been able to stop them ever since T C STRATTON Ties Is to certify that I took a lesson from C Y Allen on stopping ache and pains and have been able to stop them ever since SIRS CORDIA SHIELDS May 10 1909 This Is to certify that I took a lesson from C Y Al len on how to frtop aches and pains I could stop them for a while but for got how took another lesson and have been able to stop them ever since H T SHIELDS- To whom It may concernI know C Y Allen of Cromwell Ky and I take pleasure in recommending him as a man of honor and integrityand his word is his bond wherever he Is known and his responsibility finan dally is unquestioned 13t4 J P MILLER TO CLOTHE THE WORLD It Would Require 42000000 of Cotton of 500 IBailesPoundsEachA- twood Violet one eat tee load teg cotton mesa of New York New Or lecc Drerxwl sad Egypt tasks cot tsc In a way to make you sit up andtaki rat oa He toys Government ettis t6e know thnt oC the worlds 1500000 000 population about roe third regu larly wear clothes ntCIut 750000 tire lirorttnUy ctothed and 250000 habitu ally go ataost nftkettl To clothe t e- niro i pulattoa of the OrAl MowM require 42000000 lolr3 ol cattora of 500 pounds each India Riirslft BrazJl and Egypt add only a mite to the worlds supply of rotten which Is dopaiident upon our South From those former wurces there has rot bo i a largo laorerre In 79000b1901 909000 In 1907S Indias yteld wen up front 3798000 bole 400 pounds each In 1901 to 4445000 legit roc Russia growing In Asiatic provliwos gaited from 350000 ol 600 pounds ooc1- to 600000 Brazils exports tell from 244000 bales In 1001 to 60000 last Yaw Irrigetlca worl B oa tte lower Nile PJ e oexfJCtOO to roetalna a mitt bra cerca at Inzul for tnttcm lncj i ing the crop thorns to clJUt 2000000 bastes From Use wide avciluble totter area In up lier rend lower Egypt tea crop there might be kerecud to 4000000 baVjs Bxi rlmou 6 are nuking with ootton prcrviag by agtsh GoTi m Mod Much in the widorn tm off Africa lint no yiold oZ any amount b cxp ct W fw gei1elAtats With tLo present areas of cultlveASon In the South this Unitcd States Is grad for ten to thirteen or fourteen raiaioa heir of 500 poutCe cacfi If tko world should all go to wears g ottai MM watt the 35000000 to 10000000 bats wtlsh the GoAccntncat Aatle cleas ectlictvte woUd be necd ud tho SSoutfi woud have to supply the demand The Southern States fcnve n woleibJe SUM err crops ot 30000000 lals i Texas ate could nupply 000 nut It woud take yearB 10000I the reeuite Gas Explosion in the Senate the Insignificant item of gas retorts was made a text for a general attack on the principle of Protection to American anunaifactuiics indurtrlcs by alleged RepubHcon Senators from tile States west cf be MlsalBslppl Mihilch have not yet developed manufacturing Sccntora DcuMror of Iowa acid Xe cm of Minnesota biirg the principal as sailata of Republican jooti4cta The Demooraltc Senators tat by and tJI lently enjoyed toe llgShl ctrong Re publlcaca with the exception of Son itw Dalley who took the occasion to emit a treraendbus gorifkattoa of Texas Kbldh ahould do much v4ico luclkicualy dlBtaibutied among his coot stltutent to check the ixUflfcir jirb Qouroed ebb of the Senators popu larity In his State Alter a eufflolort time tie safety vlea worked hgaiki and the Senate returned to tto bum drum consideration of too schedule by items nf4 agreed on eeverol pages tor PROPER TREATMENT OF MILK COWS Should Be Bred Right Handle with Care and Fed Well If the cow 19tobe used in th dairy and make her owner much profit tcie should be a dairy cow How boat tIle cult and handle the heifer said cow Is one of the things that many young men make a foiJure of EOiys Pmt Stock sad Home A roll thnt to to be raised for a dairy cow should eitfce r be raised on skim milk of ft llnaito quantity of whose milk Many eIcs are being fed a fattening ration whoa young and taken en the tendency c laying on tat rather than lean come quentjy they develop Into tfat bee5 acJmals rather than wen Ehapcd tairj cows We usually let the young tr take the milk from the mother ccrt In the natural way two or three tins a day for four days then put Iher by herself and let her learn to drink and when used to skin milk feed it email metses two or three times a dry about two to two and onohftJf quads of warm sweet skim milk u day Supplement this Sect with a little w3ioe oats and oilcake meal as the calf grows older giving her all the nice olover hay aLe will eat but feed this to her at least twice a day feeing a small amount each feed If the cr comes In the fall which is the but time she will bo In good shape to put on to pasture In the spring Tine g5S- or the summer will give tHe young heifer a good start and by fall she wi be in prime condition to winter with but llttto grain feed It Is always Ie sIr blo to handle heifers from the tlm they are calves until they are cowS so as to keep them tame and goe- The more the eons and heifers rre handled the more gerCo cows tcy will make Cows should come fresh L the fall If possible and a liberal sup ply of nitrogenous food procured i iftoed away tar the winters fend Nothing Is more detrimental to the on tlnual milk flow than to get out of lead sevorol traces during the winters milking period and the dairyman is obliged to substitute a few nubbins cf tarn for n good liberal feed of the rght kind This with always shrink a tew Plenty of good tedding is also n ttccs diy If to farmer is lcck nnd does not bed Ws cows as they should be they are obliged to lie an tbo hard plank floor arc old hard cement this alto tends to reduce the Cow of JniJk Regularity In milklrg is another Lhfrng that tcads to keep up the milk flow also if the frame person can milk io stwo cows each time they will do better than whoa milkers are chani ed from Feeding should be regular as wtll as watoidng and if water can be warmed the cow will not do better than whoa obliged to drink ice cord water Wo alwajs put our cows In winter ccaditin early and tie not turn to posture until tIe gross has a good start and wo turn cut to the pasture with care letting the cows lave alight feed etch May umtill ttcy are used to the grass Grass on land tat has been manured Is of much better quality than wars on land that tied net been fertilized A supply of silage or green oom to cut rind forow to the TOWS is deslratoe when the pastures begin to get short in the fall Our rowS are tatted twice each day In tlw vtoter aid n the summer silt is provided co they can lick it at will To mere for the details pays letter in tho dairy Ibuslntess then to let things go rs Coy may If the practice of turning rows out during the cold went or could be topped the Isereaso per day over the itoto wxmld bo at least 60 pounds of butter Why will farmer turn out their cows in the cod and thorrcedIa pet of every coW on tire farm Feed them all liberal of the right kind of food Food regularly and milk regu larly Keep your cows comfortable at all times and you will receive maxJ dIn urn reeuJts ForcedfoExile Wm Uuchuroh of Glen Oak tiklsu wGs nn exile from home Mountain air he thought would cure a tniglbt ful Itiugracklng cough that tad defied all remedies for two years After six months lye returned death dogging his WpsTIhiei1 I began touse Dr Kings New Discovery he writes and after taking six bottles I am ea veil as over It saves thousand yea ly from desperate lung llsoososln ulliblef orCoufits and Colds it dispel loarsenoss arid 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vivor of tho little army of Texans wtc commanded by General Sam Houston mot and gushed completely the over jvheJtnJng force of iMexican soldiers upoa tint tattle hold Mr Stecle is 94 yoara od but Is stll full of strength aid vigor A large pointing of Mr Steele waa also purchased by act of tho Legtelc tune and will to Lung in the TVJXOG Hall of Fame in the State Cfcpltnl One other maa Captain Zuber of Austin who was In General Houstons army Is still alive but he was not an actual participant In the battle of San Jaciato It was this Mottle that won for Toxaa her ittdepondcco firoai Mex ice said marked the overthrow of General Santa Aca as tv military despot Mr Sfeele bns In his po3St ion the origlcal muster roll of General Hous toae army He las used this roMon eevorol ooccfilona to disprove oltilms tit ponaoco tint they were In the fcmoua little When only 17 yaws od Steele kit Hiwdin carroty Kentucky where no was bore end went down tho Ohio art Mlfflwlafeirpi Rlvern la a boot to Lake Provlderce In wham lie worked until November 1835 wheat te Jolted H company of volunteers ooinne2 oo by Captain Daggett and tunshed to Old Wa shingtan this state It was found on recchlng teat place that Taxoa bad Let yen declecal her lodepoadenoo ad the oompany of cd derv tiitiboaded Stole remained In Wafihircfitoa until tbo deolmtHtion of Independent wse sigoeA whereupon he Inunediatoly staled for Si n Ain tonio to join Tmvls and laid In dofcm l Icg the Alamo WAe cu his way he learned that the Mono tail CUVIo- aIn comrtuny with other wtrlots he ian proceodod down the Colorado Rlv er and Joined the aimy whkh General Houston was gatuttiEg about him As Goneml Hou ton and tls gtrtherlng force of patiioOa oooU aiveatureri mov ed orvward toward too Bu ao J3 you iiud too San Jiwinto follovfcg cloie ly hoptTig to get the Texans la a oiose potJtJcEi rand mako en ctttick Tie T xsi3 army ound Itwif In a cornered roeltlau oa Apil 21 IKJC in order tint it auigtt be a liglt to tlo lwfUi the only brlfigo twining carofB tie water coanao over Mblch retreat might bo rccre was dcttrojed by orooc of General Hountoo Mr Steele gin an Interorelng lecrliytlon of tho battle of Sntit Jacinto whioh took pROO on that Coy Ho t yw- AJttT flfcrwr cti Aril 21 Santa Axu who WKS clue utcn ue received about 500 additional trooie under rom maid of G iorul Cz311re rareired odow to prfp x for b tthj We advanced tipcn tAe Mioxlcncs In to following order Houston with the nr tlllwj la the oecter tto cnMairj oa tio right sad colonel Sfcoiraan with MB troops on our tot The 1b soars hcd thrown up tartworU4 oral o- rtter brgwgo nbcut 100 yards south of a toil of timber whore ttey had eetIUCftb berr i tWCCy Santa AnaB right wing wtw pkaced In1 a thick grove of timber when wo got up pretty oloo Gonoral Houston pant word to Colocol Sharman to at tad this posdtloi We were ordced to imone ftorword Baud hold our tire un bU ardeps wore given Whoa we got withto 60 cr 70 yard wo were ordered to tJroiThen rvJl dlfidpline EO for as Sbcr tnaas tcoorw were concerned was at aa end Wo wpro c41 firing ns wo fIT od ovary scan roioadod cs quickly as possible and the onau wto first got hla gun rgoadetl moved on not waiting tor ordon I rushed Into the tLmI bor cud fired again When the second yoUey was poured into thorn in that timber tfeoy Inpke WOO em- I MTBB running oa a little in trout sof our men when I was Shot down- Dave Rink tvta eflccdtag by me wlion I WAD slot He toM seine of tie men to otai with nus but I told Jim No toke them on i One of our men In passing raked mo U be oould take my pletol but by this time I was bleeding at the nose andg mouth so I couldnt epoak DO bo Just Btooxedtiown and got It nod wont on flitter lying theta a ilttlo wh e I tuna = 1GIdb1ariao to a sitting posturd and drink eomo water obis l I had iad gourd Ih4S stopped tho 4 oat rexxi earning into my isow and mouUi i c p While I TOB Eltittag there one of GUI men wlo had beecv lying down behind mo canio up and asked sue if I Mari woundol I told him 1W1 tol ba o21efed to stay with sue wMdh offer UlkoptodWonderful Work of NeW Method of Fire Fighting Stationary fire engine suckles ver itable rivers of nicer sax liurMus those with tho impact of a cattnract clear to the root oil a fort tOr skytcropcc tow turning a deluge Cram sixty to a hundred and elghity Btreame agolclIt a gurnios city block now satf flog out a oonOlagratlou which on the wings of a flftynii eawu tour gale threatens tm entire town with des tmoUoa arid now oonquerlr two four or six fires Ifcat may havo broke out at fee same time la widely separate districtsjlUch a device Is the high Treasure lire service tio won ac ful wen fire flgttog machine which Is going to ier lutStmzo our fire fight Ing motticds so that wttlriu five y ftn5 not a fire engine will be aew within tho heart cf any of our first claw cities AJthougJi at present the nw sju tem Is in oporatiom in only a single dletelct in the Borough or Manhattan not In a generrUcQ has an invention aroused greater worldwide imttrest among Uiono entrusted with the conduct of municipal affairs From al most every big city In the Untied States I from every country in Europe even from faroff Japan engineers have gone to Manhattan to view for themselves the almot Incredible per orm= coo of the now dovica For aside from economic ifoatures a vital that before log they will be folt by ever hcuzeholiiar In the country the new system noan3 no lets than that hereafter cur cities any of tai lch are today nt the mercy of a Baltimore or a San FraroUco fire well be von dered absolutely oontogratlon proof And eo perfect Is tie TOW dew ta even every thersietlcal irequlrement of tbo idea modarn firefighting ooatrl vawce that it Is safe to ray its prlc clplos wlM remain In ute for all time to coze at yeast as long as water re mains the chief reliance for ooaqttor conKogrations Broad although these claims may appear they tave been ofriclally mate by New York City where the sow ser vice has done splendid execution dur ing six months trial in what 1t undoil e31y tile most valuable section of Man hattan In tact the high pressure service has given such extTOordlnary satisfaction that the gradual wlthdiuw al of fire egle from the lttreed dlstTlot has begun w vile the city has approiiriated lSOOOOO to extend it throughout the Eatt Side wo congested with popukton teat Btooet uuy sort of a big fire wouM ental aa op paKing lorn cf humor MvEe riLe high prE eurp Mre letvlc difers somewhat in principle from the fore engIne yatem of firo Wgittas In the rew syecemrot a five engine is in evidence Instead of so many i fire engines clecgtas and creasuiiog and rcatterlcg F vMi ooate tirrousi rtroets on tie way to fire thee are to many lros wa 3 ponderous anais sIc aiftiip of extfraerdfcGry width welgtlng live toes todon with 2000 foot of hack atfrubcr tot a testedI to witihUatd tte wnoionous pixwwire of 4SO pound to th r quare liroli drawn by ivjma of threoabrcait borxw and each flt te l wkly a turret nozzle re omWlig a aounted rai d the gun In stM1 of so maiay grimy ocSTDeeis roe guatiog rgTUI a clnglw electric Ian In ohorf or a pumplng stat oJ wlv may be mlees away giutpi a steel and turas his writte end nIn In taint gigantic oioetrlcatty driven pumps revoive hurling Niagara In to a special system of underground fir mains find hydrants at such terrific piwsure that firemen nc C only to coup ehooo trtreot to tine fIdrMtIJ bwnbaod = e Homes with deluges of water the like of which never have been teen at a fire Theo torrents which tho Ugh pressure can divest and the oaonnous force wit which it can project thtw sire oom paTed with tie fIre eaglce almost Incredible At the maimum pressure of eighty jroumlu the average lire engine throws a stream of five bucdrcd gil lons a minute to a height of 100 or 11 not of a solid column of water but of a brurd of spray Thirtysix thus and gallons a minute bhehlga pressur service con project in a solid column to the height of 300 feet Tougtljy u iuwiicd lout higher then tte rOOt oJ a twelve story bulldlcs Aud if It Is net required to project the stream higher than 200 foot fiftY thousand gallons a minute 200 tons of water the equivalent at tfce combined streams of 020 hucdTed fire engines may be seat 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 Cell and ex amlhe her line befdre purchnslig elsewhere Ko trouble to show or try da BatatI tt 4 END OF WORLD AN ETERNAL PROBLEM Speculations of Scientists as to Mode of Final Talking Off Perhaps by a Comet Tho terrible catantropte in Itdly wblelh cnuvcd Ito InLabitatta of the Illfatal CUyof Jlaeslna to believe ttat the end of the world ted conic te ooJy a prot3llt on a email scale of what marry emlcoiit scStertist believe win be tito end ot the world Tte eternal proibm of tow the world will end is In the opinion of many a matter for role IfQ taveoUgaSloa and it la Curious that the majority believe that the earth will open up and fly to pieces in the most gigantic earthquake ever kndrm an earthquake that will wire all Kfe ftwn the globe before tie actual dertirucUon of the earth is complete eays CartoJTs Saturday Jour not Th late grant Alton flravly bftllev od that tie world would end by the crust of the ecuCh eventually giving way boning tto colossal weight above ttj Cad Abba Dupla one of the glel1t- Qtt tclentifltis ol Franco believes that do day will begin with a war that will envooi the greatest ncMocs in European tlste boi g followed by a pi gue tho like ci wliiJch has never boecr known culminating with are oartiqimk tacit will pTsctiknlly shake tie wold to pitxcu H G WelW where eclertiac pro phe kw are well knouti is however of a different opinion The wotfd will end be d4cw 03 by becoming catrroly frozen over It fe a wvllknown fact that every year mnvae accumulate around the I K in sort entity mil Hmm of tune of Ice Is excess of that of tho yes revious wUe about the earths extremities each ytor and in Mr 1vs ophiioii thin world is flozon eratod until tie whole world Is fro Iron over everything Is thus dos troyixLSevern1 selects are of opinion that we EibaH perish by fire and tils od stood of ours with iw Nikola Tesii the gr ut American 1s conrrucedi that the atirojptere of the world being I tO rulJy cturged with electricity t4d- w ult will be a gigtirvKc 6xpcton by spontaaocue oocnbiKtoa wlim the I world will be onWroly eccirclal with flame vhl ii In the specs of a tow Boooinls will doe troy ail life Two of tie wealds greatest ckn trste Irmly aver thvt the cad of I tho worM wlftl be brought dent by attroonrikufi ccaiiltloM Take Prof JIadonbars Jtw rstcd Aurrlvn su dont la ha orltton to earth will fly town its orbit nrd acne In ejctst wXj ore of the otbic plsrob that may ohanco to to in a filreot IVr TIt cait5i tcirig 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good state of cultivation good young orchard grapes strawberries raspberles good 4 room cot tage with varanda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting of meattouse hen house coal house goo well Located in good neighborhood 27 acres good farm land on Prentls public road adjacent to Robert Plum mer good old and young orchard good four room dwelling and good out buildings Two good wells Located In good neighborhood close to school 182 acres of upland known as the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres In spendid state pf cultivation 52 acres timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out buildings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADE Dwelling and store house one acre of lot good out buildings at small mining town In Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition In bulaesss For full particulars call on us S7 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dweillns and 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 road one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres la cuhlvaon splendid dwel ling barn and our building A good orchard and otter conveniences attending a well kept farm A tract of land on Halls Creek one milesouthwest of Sulphur Spriufs 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 buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge if no sale Is effected List your property with us or if you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY mS 88 l l1b21 F B SS B a- M m Farmers Attention artl a Do you want Cash or goods for your Produce tcJ If you want Top Cash Prices take it to Rock mIport We pay the highest cash prices 300 days in tI the year v OUR PRICES ARE m- ta Eggs fresh18cvv erg Hc Mt IIoosHides green 8c g WVool 15c to 30c K feed Poultry just before selling If full l- m of food le per pound less K l m GI BBS DRY GOODS CO 4 HARREL BROTHERS REID REID ROCKPORT KENTUCKY m EmB aE ECEiBi rt PaCJj1r I n gJ C 11 BiHNtTT C1811ITa BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY tv ill practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeal Special at tendon given to alt business entrusted to their care Collections and the Prac Lice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in Ohla and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office In the Her aid building R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecute claims for pension Etc Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Public for Ohio county Office over Williams Drug Stor- K L HKWIUN KUMCSl WODOWAKi HEAVRIN WOODWARD C t ttosftfci3 cA oLaw e HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Of fice next door to Bank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Dank W H BARNES S ANDGI180H BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys ani Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the practice of Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices couth side of Stain street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON JOIN IL WILSON eILti MCUOWB WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will tirades their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Special atention giver o criminal practice nnd to coVciions Office on Main S ojpositv Coa1 Ilan KILLTHE COUGH LUNCSIWITH r log s New Discovery FOR COUGHS 1fXL Mil Bottle Fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROU8LEL GUARANTEED SATISFACTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED PROCURED AND DEFENDED SenJmodo1- drawlnlr orpholu orerv +Kwre free report rtes W rlc box 14 01A ptntr rule nuttyc- opyNgbt4eta IN ALL COUNTRIES Hiulniti rlrclltlt WatUngton fJtti time mossy anJeftitt lit IxdudedjWrIU Hlntt Itrwt app UnlUd tUtM ratar OflMt WASHINGTON D C 1 sw t etf Royal is asafej 11 the greatest menacers to present ROYAL 9 TUE ONLY BAKING JoWnER ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR DEATH OF LITTLE Candle Ignites Dresses of Schoc1 Children and Five are Fatally Burned Central City Ky May 24 =Phi children taking part In a drill at the comment rnent exercises ot h1rs- B C Boyd s school tonight at the Ush Operallouse were so badly burn ed that It is not beollcyw they can lire The occident at i cauw by one 0of the little girls drol nn electric candle in her tanoJ wi Ignited the lIght white dras she ivas wearing and was a and serious cOn oqucncea from tAts source wore narrowly averted Tboefatty burned were Dorothy Clay ago 8 years Zelma Clay ugcd 10 years Louise Marshll aged 12 years 1cll leGeary aged 8 yeaiis teem May Miller aged 6 years- Sevodrnl othtol chldron were burned and Mrs 11oyds hatr vO burned of I liar ands WON also badly burned durlrg her frantic effozts to suve the childron Tho opera hnJse was crowded for the nnnual closing exercises or sirs IJdlI school where the little girls vi tile rndst prominent unliles In town rewle theIr eiuattion One or the foaturoi or tiro progiainme was the fancy drill The children wer- edraed In whlLa fluffy clothing After 611 latrbnto 1IlneunS bad oUl exoouted the kghs were ox- tlntttishcd and almost irnmedlutely- elettrio candles flaTed In the hand of cacti of the fifty girls 1VAle the appai e drawn by the protty Ilktu e was coal ringing little llcrothy Clay In lier excltementdrop ped her candle The audience gasped its tto fUUJIIH mught te light mu lIt As tlt ltttlo slrl attar Daobhytur as to htr aId the drain aso were 1gf- nltcd Mrs Ioyd who Lad been d- rc tins tlio drlt frost te wingsvush d to the lltto ghr a and attar pttJj to lcother the fh ntac- Mmnblme lundOiTIQIlum rolgned ti 110 bollW PLM4C lx4oats ru3itd wildly for the ItagcigrMp hoer oltldmn Others soelag- thou own wltt clotbing alcoJl1QIJuc fairy ougt tlJJI way to tt iJqg On the o5er stdo or the Yttghli the frightened children were trying j to get out Onto tho audleaoa weret- hedr IJucnts wore Lttle loube rshall her dress afire leaped over the foOtJfgl1t11lLlld into or aunts esp Sovornl ooolIOOodtli then removing their coats took oath a burning child and arndly fmotherlf tve tlymos but too late totvo the ilves of some of the chlldro1 The JIltle Clay glrsaTotit of Albert Clay ormrnd the Centrol City Fbu dry Louisa hn4l1J Uvas with her aunt rrtNoWi11l1m Hefts lay all3Tok try is thoOungQ3t ohUd- or F Cr 1IJGoorl a looallD1llooger of the SJngoi Sowing lt cldne Oomtlxwn- yRena flay MLor 4s the daughter ot W F Mnlor a morobant and blllk er- OLATON do May 27tf0 moon was aie11 rep + esomt td in antondaoo at the at Plmfflnt Grove Yay 23 The Oolowlm- vgentamfn Wkro nn1ong thooo11io at- toniedl coast John A9bn WSlbert- ILt 1 Lea MJoIJllmol Lens Whito Ipa- W4rltiriy JOCoD Stotuo Robert A m11- 00x0 and Ira ltryton GOffth Wade ark David Lamberh Lea MoDaiud roturOOdt bllafzwms at Bmvor Dame Monday after piitldtcgr O ooP IJlPEII 1 IIThousandso cans of Royal Bakmg Powder have been used I l in making bread bi5Cu1t- tan cake in this country and very lutdencethatherIoodw wholesome guardagainst thecheappumpowderswhichare 1MADE FROM HORRIBLE CHILDREN Iother daughters ulVleUing 1fiU housekeeper i tba vlak v1lt trinttvos Toro ymcrt Hhll Mnt to Horne Rranc- 37atday k Loos dJ es Trupn anti Join Aoo wart to Rcslne dIr n day to hap osaCIae 8 Woodmtl- lQmp iMrs Jain Stone and lollS Join F- AIn am UI of toJ1Witbcn this week Mjttud Ms Lyon who avoline l th t a Mr ad Mrs WilHam rber ltOO1llooJale returned 110100 Tu j 1 D Orodwdbr Unle Leads Ly Awtry Iiorsc Druich were i- oatoa a M1arada- yIlro W R phwm J tls or Rough pirtor of Onton BaptM churoa fU1o his reggu4r sppainbront Saturday as- Suadny d WYat Daiel itt xded tits Teicoiera FryaidJtians Ezobet ud Pauline sillier Itornosdae are Oho guests of Mr and31o Lys fo the summer rria lan SJIIo spent Sunday a1ti i1a friend Guy M Daiio- Suydy shoOo l prag teal nlcoy Program Program o1 Sunday Schoo Ccavaa- Uph Burt ctt District Xo 8 to be ted at Cear Run meeting houee Sun day Slay 30 1909 200 p m Dovottcnm Exoro a and spans Adwla aRev R E Fw1Il 215 CU to order Rid CJcP1Jr1at1 of tie work c by dIrot Pint-S L King 225 Rerotu or Rill other dlstrtct fxpast yezr loficers r 9o g 245 RDI aril c 81Oa of district with oral report lOt mme 315 How to build up a Sunda- yseligdaJ H D Carrion 330 Ea tloo of oidairs- x45 Severn buInen dWuaS oas byCountyIt1 hoped tt maty thOOis w1- be rayFQ enotol Conoc and visit tenext irettng to you OYAIeery school In Autaavllle herbert R1p i IartAjt and DuIOrd votrng pro elaets 3 In Balytt aaagtster DI- stl PLQ7 May 24Pepe ate busy setthg ou tobdrnco lire Ja neA Coppage weN is our midst htt4SunryTle 4o IJneM at Mr Rufus Bart oats wa3 quite u auccsu- AIr J D Derry aid daughterRosi- eeattoSunmydalelaatw Sttur3y- 3I H O Dulro sad fainty WI guest u Mr W L White aOO- awUv hAt Sunjrty 1rJeff Aldridge while atv king at a PJwmll grriIs hl1d badly hurt AIr Jt OMr Berryrent i0 Narrows la roltY Mr3Fbn Poweraan4firs OviICoy were the guo ofs of him George Tmsaell laet Sunday tilir Elvis Rdrow Loa pumhasod n dot at Paso aed will butd 1n the nwr future Mr Lea Hcks west rtoTAy Inst week cnbuoine anloQtoMr H O Dukae iifkosink lmirpec- ed to a vary painful acb debt okst Sunday Wohletpayhgshe foil nod ttiaa a tGok 111 per motr2h 3dr Wllbhe r3Jdal lId af orSu MrsAnnieMr J T Lowe o5 CoLoord ivaaa- thin guest or Mr Bhl Feemster 1 t- Strday Mr Lte Lows td Pm We3ttoI Rwlte last MaMIlY Mr Johni on ofPab gent to WoolHur1Ir Jim Smtb and him9y attire lastSy e r i r j Wi1 I c I WEST KENTUCKY SEMI jI ny CUI P4ENCEN lay r n s dref Elalar attY Protat Sttccessful School Yeath ot rz w- L j Rounded Out t 1 nJt1t v ftfl a Friday evening 21st Instyclosed a Pe5 lea of six evetlings 1ho4uriuaua- lblabornte oM dle slC1cdiprogrmn out rende2ed withOut n siugiaid 1tch wHit not Ii iitltute ot disturbsnre n- Ilia big nudienees This cdnfirms Ip the minds of the general public the already prevalent OffntoiI that W IC- 3I has llld one orth host bchoo Scars of its long and successful bls to y The pnfiOlIs wlthone accord are greatlj pleased with the results The first evenIng wltrtEssUd IOll enlng short play The Old Maids Their quaint cootlltllS musts and 1m- personatl ns made nnexcenonttbegln ning for the long rerIl1i ofsurz ri es This was followadby n long heavy play Tile Night Riders It made tl profound impression in every Part of the b1 chapel blonday followIng Miss Wood ward had nn evening or satisfactory results with the Idtermedlato depart nisei Tuesday evening Miss Austin with the Pyeparulory department WldnesdlY evening the Primary de partment Miss F101den Thursday ev suing the Mmde deportment Mrs ereal Each ot these were well tvor shy the occasions and the big crowds Comntelcement evening with Mr Justus presiding with the two graduates Misses Blanche E Russell and Sophia E Wlllhms Mr RunyanVice President and Dr J C Willis on the stnge In connection with the colors and decorations constituted Sieas In and panoramic opening The addresses or the graduates were heard with Interest on the themes What rlxt and Waterloo The literary address on The Making of a Life by Dr Willis or Louisville needs no comment as Ohio county so well knows the distinguished speaker The address of the President ot Faculty Mr C C Justus In presenting diplo mas was beautiful and conventional pleasing alike to the officers Ot the Institution and to Its host ot friends Ur S D Taylor Secretary of the Board ot Trustees was heartily cheer ed when he announced the reelection ot the entire Faculty forthe ensuing year of 190910 The Alumni Banquet met Inthe music room below Immediately after the close ot the exercises ThQ menu and toasts In fact every detaliVitas Indicative of good management r Hartford College and W K S have had banner commencements In the county ot 010 ommunicated Sunday School IeetingI Rosine Magisterial District Sun day School Convention met with Mt Pleasant School May 2 1909 nt 130 pmCalled to order by DIstrict Presi dent Mr Bitch Shields Devotlbl1111 exercises by president assisted by AIr L D Taylor + Welcome address by R P Likens responded to by Dr Oscar Allen Education Its needs In the Sunday School by N J Rains Organization by Prof Henry Leach t 9rOscarAlleHow to conduct a Sunday School Rev O H Lawrence Some PresentNeeds ot the Sunday School llY M J Embry r Ten schools were represented by delegates or written report 4 P Several schools reported as ever green Some of the officers reported time slent In trying t6 find where they stand On resignation of President Vice President R Likens became Ptesloi dentIOffering 98 cents It P Ukens J W Taylor E P Sat ietur Committee appointed to- arrange llrogram Minutes of School Improvement Leaue Semimonthly meeting convened as usual at Weal NoFrd ek May H 1909 Officers present rive absent one members present seventeen absent eleven one new member enrolled Total officers and members to datethl- r4ttve After singing ot song The Old Fountain came reading of intn- tites or lust meting by Secretary Then business discussion Sunup speech Robert Davis subject iSo clcty Recitations Kathleen Stevens and Forest Hudson Reading FlU dill Foster 10 Spelling contest wasto be the leading feature or present meet- tog but owing to the lateness of Ape hour it was dispensed with tin Fri day night May Jl dote of special pill meeting ti Program for subsequent meeting as follows Song RoUcaU Reading or minutes Opening address Es4 I3- S iambertin Old business Speee laaWard1 l 474 P j J k I v livid Composition subject The Real Worth ot ti Good Girl Foster Comic declamations Pre P Foster Reclt SonG Hew bus rieea Irettlt hy It sldlnt subJect PTl1 11Jypltlto Glrnafdattla Mule an tliatFargl 11 riatJIJlgt bt 3teve4- SpoeeboAnnha s i1ndsCIIIJL cabnpronlptu Tyner 1VesterfielilrIlerldiug of Gazette BELVA A1eCPIlIpl Secy Farewell to Friendsaa rtford and i OhlClibnlyr tOJ1 11sil1t lngl d 1t Un rIr a teellngq regret that the time hils come irt len apY goodbiro- ho gvChomwo fraCC 1W to k aaixp g1 dB deep Oyoling of Joy to be tburedthat our laboral a begp siasfulllliDdlthnt tea have tro trlelds p arid 15 best WI3hSq tbJMaPle Tp the Iiirople aU eve Ofilo Iha= so citesnadijooordtarttybdjea reeely and whose generous have W 41ten siswedI egaln texpro 5 conj091d n or pltronll and their ooadkiemoe In rule by plac4ag their sons BOO daug- airunder mioiro nnilttnlatng I- gmtedul t0 memvbe s the Iroi1 Education artidto f11nebJ lW1o tried retain dry sorvlces 4n the school For trlends and cltIzentjoHartfotd 1 Me a 2oadnoseand shoji tomembe r thorn hiiJtur ootS And hat to our od Mudents tar whom we have t1 tender fediSckanal in whloso weda 1e we sill ever have Ln abiding laterc- wt Mrs Gray and I say goodbye un good luck L N GRAY Touched by nfidence Men fbnoeadng on Ohio county tamter- sojouraLg JIl its tnd t the mphls Tenn News SclmltnrsaYII A wmbtnation or chuip whisky an the sl iful manipulations of two live couldeoe men separated Jack WiI hums a young man from Narrows Oho county Kentucky rom 45 two wntches and a pistol dust night To dayWilliams Is traversing the city In com uoywith Fronk Turner attempt tug to coect his cantered alts sue tlclonltly to the seenle of Cris downfall Meanwhile hie is wiring for more funds hl1vlng been cleaned on his first night In the Trlstate me tropolis Williams was enroute tx Arkanms and had his money securely tucked away sate from gold brick salesmen and tlbe like He went Into a South Main street avoonto aample various IlndLs amd drank tlmt whioi dIs- ptayed lnbeht satisfactory tx Issas 11- 1tlJtJc eeises The llqur didnt par with the lsapd W1Iilams remembers vaguely two ncqualataaoes who nude themselves ngreoobloe and hco1ped hIm buy B new 17 pistol and an extra wutoJ in a pawn shop After othat aril da I Yank and Williams awakened this anornng InI strange surroundings with ttnt Lwk Drown tnsooand ponn1es3 JINGO May 2GHOOItl1 Jon 4hts oairmunlty- is generally gOOd The tobaooo crap set is lIght Rev F D aaughit IfU1e hls np- poiatment I1t Concord ltut1dlY nail SunyJoss Pearl Murphy of Dundee is visiting intbts cinty- Mrs Joe T Snell and Hiss IIdxa Allen were In rfrauitSodeltoplrag last Sat rher S Y Orr lost a goad yowa mare 3foralayatgat by clOJi1n8 toI datth Mr Fred Patton and famiIyo near Saturdaydadby Mtn 1r Micah sad little daughter or BhilolIU air A A rA3r or Rost Hartford- was here Iik lay hltsi Ciodl Murphy w1h0 has boon vinttlag of Dundoo Ms returned her home dal t s pace toX Memoral Services WhitdttghtRoatSaturday May the 29 1909 At Wesley oathePROs II10 n m Bong Sernces bT OIOIr nevjRobert SongbyFevtQiartlnSong 1130 Report Committees t1140 Decorate of Graves 12 Lundh 2 Pm Speaking by dLtferent Orators Bong services sOng Home Sweet Home Done by ardor of lost- w ItJONms COmIJ A COOPER AdjtILost In or near Hartford n bcOlL gold cuff button with nronogre D A a Finder will receive reward bYI DrugStoreHarttordKy k i y j MANDA shtlrthtsrqIvqd lit nuIJD and whom 1t Gs 10 ted tnlght 6efdtDyaur rif readers 1 wItliii1eb1b sveyat to dibreo iffilfiara fei3 d Ohio talhntyrdieon ial1 nnt Ro norond th Olnc1ille roill Tn11drc6 shof at charhf Rev Fittcbkli tli aItr eat + Sae i hcl lroue two drygrlaa a and iTtc WE fosaobbokamitli EdJi t treair fdutvfdri I gClauses th cD bfynnon41dtero dG F r but one thirgtteas xooP1e1 past b y boJ and unrrthclpto1 vfirj16 1fif 1W f s tri nd g1hijte11 rdmOr r Eene +Q kneoAi m1ar1 JOtswanI3 vn L reli and rnL1nYothew vttt we kt I Qdis and s ew 0htfJtg sai- odll lothers wee diralft I- JUnOlt andbOmaKeaaabcttg Ste nrt1d a f by anti t1t Is yk ce 1 is h 50d Yoiiats donated 1andv4 hoses on which tk church is tinfftSome c3rl1t v1 I named btaea 1eSyt how the Wve Of 3r Johnsaantar Hwt trt bbr d- 95esvtrt a Is 1m Wife of W Y Baize DalzeWWnwe huve ee gaol water here as A the ups of any man the fruit tikes os all bfh land arc laded with fruit and 1tJ1 boys hve all planted a autermeon boys have all plnsted a ate nneloa Wtnh o Mr Editor Il you wnl come uP this summer w will he like the withdnrry nip you on the ref of the tog n II STEIWARIP RENDER Mar 25Rhm Arstrang of Letbo- hfld wna moo twt Vo day Dr H B Innea west to FrnakItor1t last Wo81n W J6leoat won tlLouhrvi1eact Thursday otr nal Mrs obok Dowal and 8 B Flanrorohil dough or bits Fmn oes or Moyer Btiitiat ehole last Thursday Ms M L Dc eCd ddeddvtry sudden host It1umroy and Laos burled Ftdday- Spa eaves a thuEtnnd and 4 aMlLmen and a oat tfrlenlb mail lIeath1e3 to mourn tier Ito She visa wen liked by aU III hb obmmunttyt IDr J 03nRxaney or rra Jr1rbe3 was oltJIe Friday G n Roil and Wm Oangnd were in E47ver Dam 81IJurn- yWo1blEm1wenttJ +Home Dralw Saturday OIver Jones of Taylor Mines w rs hero Sutu clay lfr and Mr C O Balm or Taylor Mtrl9J weu here SUrJday hrrs Wnfue Reidy or H1rtord was hare Sunday tie tof Mss cll- V Fair Duve FTaier was in Coatrhl City SuadiyRotier and CantrJ City bai teams croSOI bats Sunday oi to Wnlums Mines 1xn11 grourii h sbiore stood 11to 11n favortra ceptrpl ivy attea- danoo 600 Soboys Y9lpust pmic- tlce or tyau wUl 1000 I Hywol Davis or WulevJe Was hero 3w4orday Mis Carrie Roilv rt4o Cent i- OltyyedeaIny I ptntrolOitrH V MoneyQr IJousvn US erer today hits J xa jtheatgl3fis Jno T Main ot tls wfl2ag Doubting Thous- M critCl t J it 1rei nlt ntCiata pains I s tail boot to UJ will toward aTm Ortlu sIhave alauys- contxded Q Wave no wlh tower over out beliefs I oJsO oQQtci1d he hlwgs- we tefeve are th1gs we dontknOw and the thlnt vd rJx ktaaw go w mako up our lgnoroiCe Htiauocrid- dses the Judeor hatatement I tealgrater l In my heart to the Judge for hks satomeart anti gad to tool atIunstaservdngWonder Thrornae oo0d jot v gogd one tram s s lhoaonlh e j antiMerituretheia tmUre he doo Otu di sad Tao tens no very lutaretcgstory about We hItbdoohrb afd4t peoppe arive i2iemtthatsecmiod little under he eurtce to paleto some treat law Innoture wo1lJOO to one 1i is been able tounderstand though l mot the opinion that the- explanation is tin reaeft but 1- m11q em1snloon Iatblitmy aharges are very modest ad naidering nity cutlass aZlIl alm0do no any mancami I leg reomns X111 come to moo wiheb he has some nclo or 3rsi4 titdtaidt snoop fever jn his ystem the only Cttiiur ca I lave made tihtco lovo Ieen wtnene tr4 d1A a j9qr tcln 1rlrrtell M dp oC lihe rv p lvents nefo Ge blue pam pI gtve I1ng to b terhf rom pnssing dfrom tiro brain to the segto tnoti blo tough Iniltaft I am6roJing t- Ednrkneeaas to wLat It wjll take pleasure in Sho1ng I bht X ttpt heewill tell me ho 9 t ooubttgpjIIS P+ lll E1J1ko hUnm+ JlI tElgp I VoUJsm be bounrlntt1ryd nR3 IcontoJlgng ltJbnt rnIY 4re3tanents one true ncd V19ylng ltpOti J g4cta datunce fN O y AlIlLFJN Ctpmpelt1C3s ti I ypt an Vi 71C0ALSPRIDiGS p t j play tf6t ltttmters are about tU ito pJq biccn tins dreg busy sttinilob 1 afit Mr Lttthtdi RMilciil held family and ilmIN t Flnltoi spent Sunday int 3Ir TeriY 111ol1oubF s r + jIbs duatrs Cooper btld Master Adrpl- Arbutltle spent Svr day at Mr Cnr- e e lyednfs air sad hire Joe Fulton visited OiwW J Orowbdrger or McHnery Saturday night aod Sunday bflsaes Bessie and Daisy Bryant WIJ jited Miss 3unCiQewrsit Stay31r and O E Scott vlaRod Mr TerrY Fiebenor and iylteSun dry 3Lr Birch Wt15on road wide of Beaver Dam was tlle guest or oM- rOlurence Dennis Sunday Mra Uva Davenport and tdtiklrtm vJsoted her mother Mrs Dbtda Elliott lDst week Mins Lenaie Duna Ylllbed 39laseb- Stolia and Emma Wilson Sattsrda- yagot and Sunida- qbtlmAudry Growbarger orIMcllen ry is the guest of ther uncle MIr James Qrowooger thIS week Mse Thelma Hines vistMI her 00115- in Mrs Mlrtie Burgess of Bawer Dam la3t weak + j Program Program or Sunday Sohoo4 Conven twn Riockport district No3 to be held nt Simmons Ky June G 1909 930 u m Devotional 950 Words or greeting from tIts trictPresidentTdnbley Introduction of County President Dr E W Ford 1000 AddressTho Chumps Greatest AmutTo Child I L Stewitct 1020 Four Five minutes tnIks1 on vital Sundny sohcol Topics d Teacher Training S n Bishop bloHeary Ky 2 The Org n4zi lAlWt Bible Chase Q D Brown 3 HousetoHouse VisitationAirs C Hugoo 4 Home DepwtmeatiHeary Gun retJtI1040 Conlerence on the above subjects led by tlw County Prktlident Dr E W Ford 1100 Appointment of Comenittvic- eananuncment or County Convention etc 1116 Sermon 100 Noon ImtermIoion I 116 Devotional 130 Address Our Opportunities anti row to Ufe thecaSuniReynolds 160 Report ot DIstrict Sooretnz- rTreaurar 200 Report or Sunday ahoofa 220 Reports ot other c ffkea2- 3Q ONWtng and Ply245 wtOI tlo young sncpt Jfla300 Some Primary Brobaain Mta- Agau SInUnon 316 AddJres Asoul SLvlng Sunday SIC ooRev Hiram Drown 335 Reports OCommlttooa In- struct1on of OUcers Eectedi 350 PlUM or the future 400 Adldrurnment CLEAR RUN May 25A large ntnnber or paopi- tra ttJ uJealool 14 urJanaa Punk nt Bedlt Sunday The Sunday Sohool Convention 4 ll be heM Lev next Suwlay Jlt the Iiap tlst lutdh- 1rrn A Stbwnrt hu a sick homo Mr3t MurTyOndi eat Flvcrett went to Hardyieutsiduy Mr aiadMrs Jesse Taylor spent sun Nay wtfasots TaylarOmother Mirs tills W1d- W Luh Doe Wte boa KUEI ocr bizs 3lea3oweipareate Mir sirs C cHoovqr Swd Y LrLsDona HooVerVllitoo Jli1ss Tees r1e Ty5orSatuaJaynIghte l CHM r IIJd1ughtor Ltatu- aald Everet Jlfurrdty abtegdeLSutilvUsy lzgrpfteacauMar Came was the guest cd RLsa Dora Stewart Sunda sflternoout PJIJtBmrdnYBud Hoover o2 Tia rate Or k pDarnett e9tetiIE