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I 11 l lif artfed i tpublfcau t j il i d f w Fine Job Work d DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS Of ALL TJIE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 0 1909 No S AT ISSUE WITH GOVERMOR Prof Henry Lloyd Begins Controversy with Willson V Says His Attitude Has Caused Dissappointment Amoung f Honnest Grower j I Lexington Ky Sept iProt Hen ry Lloyd a member of the faculty of thg State University who is now in Chicago nntl who is a Brother of Miss Alice Lloyd the Joan pf Arc of the tobacco growers has written nnI open letter to Oov Augustus E WIlII sonr in which lie takes tho Chief Executive of the State totask fpr seeing only one side of the tobacco question and that not the side of the people of his own State Prof Lloyd declares that the De trolt speech of the Governor will produce a feeling of dlsapolntment In those Kentucklans who aijocon corntd In tho good name and wellbe ing of our native State Prof Lloyds letter follows In part Your Detroit speech of August 24 as It wns reported in the dally press will produce a feeling of dis appointment In those Kentucklans who are concerned In the good name undI well being of our native State All such will I think commend you for the stand that you have taken against lawlessness in Kentucky Their dts npointjnent comes not from your act of commission but from your acts of omissionThe of a writer upon this subject addressed to a different per son are quite pertinent in this connection Thousands or growers In the Burley Society smart with the sense of Injustice because ofVthOifact that J almost universally thevcltyVuuIplt and the city press have only adiled to the burden of those in the society who s are making the real fight in that they lay almost exclusive emphasis on the deeds of the violent and misguided element of the society You are increasing their burden while you lend them ncf aid Condemn the violent You should do it But direct the sympathetic attention of the public to the load they carry Suggest ways out of the difficult lf none have been suggested of which you approve otherwise encourage the plans that have been adopted There is a close parallel between the Fanners Association arid the Wbqr unions Both are organized efforts to secure Justice from organized greed Surely you would not unqualifiedly con demn labor unionism because of the violence of the strikers and walking delegates Nor would you leave un mentioned the beneficent features of the union while you berated its violent members Unionism has done more good than harm on the whole then a union Is a good thing for a labor to belong to wlUOU permit ma to rtail to you certain facts concerning agriculture in general and Kentucky agriculture Tn particular that were brought out In the last census in the Gaited States In round numbers the capital Inves ted in agriculture is 2Q000000 000 ln manufacturing 1000000000- 0la agriculturethe nunioer bf labor era employed IB ioCji0DQO in ihanufnc turing 5250000 In agriculture the horsepower used in s In man TacturingV 110000 But the returns bear no such ratio if the value in dollars of the total product of manu factures in the United States after de ducting for the cost of raw materials be divided by the number otlkbojera that produce it the quotient sll07S The pool has been demonstrated a 6uweesjrhe farmers have received for two CrOp of tchaccoas much or moro than they wpuld hayflv recefye three pHiinothey wouldhavo r ceived under the pW tvlerp- t Ccustdom nation Isay this advisedly Jxjlng the son of a growerand having close touch with sty fathers business affairs TJifctcaee of which one sometime hears tbafcBeera to discredit this statement I believe will tie found to be exceeding yraret know of not a single OOl t- In the whole county of Mason who win call tit question the statement that 1 have trade The feasdn for pushing the I l I 1 1 pooliJsHjthe tobacco trust is at a fd weajcRr strategic point that It has over been before It IB known that ita supply of raw material is not large hd must be replaced at date Jience the feasibility of succese1 fulpoqilng movement has never eeD comparable to that welch exists atj present t I hive never discredited or doubted the einctrlty oi honcstyof your motives but as a citizen of Kentucky I earndstlVrequest that you consider fairly und squarely the facts that I hereby allege and that you make an secto tko questions that I have ralised f Located in Owensboro Dr A C Foster formerly of Mor ganfleld Ky has removed to Ow ensbdro wlicro ho has located Dr Foster line secured offices In the Savings Bank building on taln street and will practice asa physician and surgeon intheclty Dr Foster comes to Owonsboro well recommended Ho was roared at Hartford Ohio county Ky for the past twelve years he has been prac ticing in Morgnnflold Ho was a phy sician fOr ode t Vincent academy in Unlfn county Besides several Jsttl graduaiq CQU SIS Dr Foster tool n special coutjfp In Europe a few iarsI r ago Ho Is a brother of Dr William Foster IIt Princeton university whoI Is a prii 4tso n Oklahoma v City Owohiboro Mtjssojjj ger CENTRAL GROVE Sept SMr E J Bratcher near Cemlvo bliss Dora Bishop Mr Rufus Ross aQd 1lltis PenrlRowsCentretownl attended Sunday ciiool hero T J a apiplif at Mr Alney Tlch enora Saturday night was largely attended and when the hour of depart ure came alt felt that the evening had been pleasantly as well us profitably spent Mr M G Such was present wjth his Crap lQpone and furnished mUsfc i Mr Ezra Bated and wifeof Bode visited their daughter Mrs Ernest Stewart Saturday and Suric1ttyI Mrs PM Park andson plrtle went to Centertown Sunday to seeMr LlQ1 Masonwho Is quite Illof typhofa fev er a Miss Mattle Tlchenor and mother Mrs Mag Tlchenor visited Mr and Mrs John Dell West Point Saturday and Sunday Miss Dona Cooper has returned fror Rochester where she spent a few days with her brother Mr James Cooper Mr and Mrs W I Igleheart were the guests of Mr and Mrs win Wil Hams near Beaver Dam Sunday Mrs JA Curtis and daughter Miss Fern Visited at Mr J T Rockers Wednesday of last week Mr JB Tappan wife and chlldrep Hartford spent Sunday afternoon it Isis DlI Parka Miss Eliza Berryman IH attending school at Hartford Mr Thomas Williams Is erecting anew residence Mrs J W Boeder is sick I Several from here expect to attend the Ohio county Fair The many friends and relatives 6f Mr B P Borryman were shocked this morning to icarn that he breathed his last on last night titter an Illness of only a week Funeral services were conducted by Rev Elgin niter whch I his remains were laid to rest In Oak Wood cemetery this afte hoon Holt uncertain Ts life v n CODERS SCjHOQLHOUSE r Sept 7Mr Lawrence Geary who has been Very ill at typhoid fever Is hnprovlngslowly i Mr Eskes Coleman and wife contemplate j moving to Beaver Dam In the near future Several people from this place at tended the ShuHztown picnic last Sat urday Vv Mpnday morning while Mr Silas Stevens was grass his mule therlycleecutting both hind feet very badly r pr Dater of Hartford was called to dress the Wounds MrrAtan Roach and family visited Mr CJtorons last Sunday ME E W Jackson and mothorvlslt edat Mr S L Stevona Sunday 41tainging at the school housq Sunday night was largely attended Mr Lawrence Allen and family visit edRCTG yf Gordon Saturday night and Sunday A III TO THE PUBLICO- n account of serious illness In my family which has required my dally care and attention 1 have teen delayed In beginning a canvas In my race for County Attorney anti will thus bo unable to see all tho votes as I desired and Intended to do I wish however to assure my fritnils that my Inaction Is not In any respect duo to lack of Interest In the success of our party at the coming election but occasioned entirely by the Illness mnotfoned I earnestly request that my friends In all parts of the count Inturoiit their friends In my bohalj and assure them that I will sincerely appreciate anything they mil do for me and that so soon nsI earn be away Irom my family T will begin an active vigorous campaign ncorc1Y yours C E SMITH OLD SOLDIERS SPEND HAPPY DAY Comrades and Foes of Other Years Together Once More i Avrcy Dyers Post No 195 G A R otHolso Branch Ky met Saturday 4th nt tho home of Rev M Farris at Olaton Rev and Mrs FanIs are aged powplo and know well tho old soldiers there lalburlong to be remembered In addition to having as his guest ose aged soldiers many of whom has come from a distance many of the neighbors had been Invlud Many of these soldiers men with handy silvered gray wllb the frusta of 70 years met to spend another uu tumn day perhaps the halt when another day BO pleasant will bo spout it talking over tho events of tile war of 6Lt When tho buggies came up the soldiers were not nlol no11o they were accompanied by their wirer yes God bless these faithful women who enjoyed the day so pleasantly When onold confederate soldltr M drove up accompanied by his wife tle commander who had a warrant for rills arrest steped forward as the for mer had been charged with shooting In the war of 18615 with Intent to kill So tine good wife gave him up and he was jerked from the buggy right easy whirled around a few times and marched Into the yard where the trial began Hero the soldier plead Im as Innocent as a lamb and t as full of run Sorty afraid to titan and scared too bad to run1 i After van Introduction to several n the visitors old friends and Severn I children he was given a right and title tothe tree of life or rather the shade of a large spreading toI In the yards where the visitors were seated and engaged In eating water melons dud drinking ice lemonade At 1130 oclock the visitors fell l line In march to the large dining room where a dalntlful dinner awaited their reception Having spoilt muck- of the time speaking on the subject of war snit commenting on various local subjects the day soon wound to a close iiI the hour of 4 was an noun cod Jtiien all bid goodbye anti the hostssaid Amen God grant I I It ofttd departed on their home I ward journey wishing R vmd Mrs Farris good health and pleasure as wishing to be given the wleasuro t spemTHnftny more pleasant days at their titrnTe Ii TAFFY Septet ate needing rain In thlsjocayty very badly Little Edna Shown whojfjjll from tree las Friday and brokeher lows limb JB getting along nicely I MrReet VVesterfleld lef there this mtornlng for Beaver Dam The pound supper glVeplh honor or br Davis last Saturday ever lug Jwas enjoyed very U BA11 reT porta pleasant time t- I I i Some oije said that he wpuld put the Fourth of July over the- i ones eye I ang1lldpbt ast L W11 bl elo eIAmbr Scott Ambrose and MlBSfNlmi Kirk Iva Ambrose took dinner wlthMr JO Park last Sunday The school war cloMd at tHi Morlah lastweekon the account of the ottho teacher Thence cream8upper4ryenby the K Lof H Monday evening was high ly enjoyodoy thopubllc Two very Jn cresting talks were made by J H Ambrose and Profi Arthur Kirk May oil happiness be their r- L r EQUITY DAY AT STATE FAIR Management Has Arraingcd A Tent For Headquarters We desire to call attention to tho fact tint tho StnUt FulrMaimgement have vury kindly prepared a nice tent placed same In iKHrftlon on till giuto Fair Grounds and given us an InvHn ton to hold snme ail IlrrdqunrterH of tilt SUito Unln A S of E during- fair Weekvbefilnnlng on Sfiiiembur lath to 18th und the Ex culvp Board of the Static A S of E stave gWdly- ftcCfjiiod tho offer and wo now urge tha we nil bear In mhid that Friday Sept 17 will be Equity clay President Can trill will make a speech mid oilier very Interesting feauirc will be ar laueeil anti we kindly invite all of our Equity friends also nil Tobacco Growers to bo present also those who lire interested In Wool or Lambs and In tact all who are Interested In hgrlcultur eahould avail themselves ot this opportunity to meet and have atisame rt ig benefits learning more of the grand principles of Equity when you get on the Fair grounds come direct to Equity Headquarters which will be In a pumilntMit place and we urge that you make same your home while at the fair The State Executive Board will also hold a session nt the Equity tent on Friday now again we urge that every Equity man und woman In Kentuckyavail yourselves of this grand opportunity to hear your State todhave an to see the est Fair of the season we ask that all noticefand especially we ask the Associated Press to take notice S B ROBERTSON Sec Kentucky State Union A S of E ROSINE Sept SThe health of this commu goodnFarmers are about done cutting thai tobacco 1111I8S Sue Pierce who has been sick for the past two weeks Is able to bo out again Valarla and Schofleld Wilson IIUtle had typhoid fever are much Improved Mr Harry Cummins died at his homo at this place August 26 and was burl ed at t e Roslne burying grounds Alford is quite sick II1ltUeOoebel visited Mr George Wilson and family last Sunday even ing r u Mr Robert Myers wife and children visited JAr George Wilson and family at Fairvlew last Sunday auntI1ire oftentthaSunday at this place Sunday evening Estrayed or Stolen From my premises at William Mines one bay mere good size Hats white saddle mark one white hind foot Liberal reward for Information lead Ingto her whereabouts J C STEVENS McHenry Ky TON 1 Sept FRev J C Chappje Owe enBbproi at Olaton BaptUt church Sunday and Sunday night His sermons Were excellent and do slivered t6 a large and appreciative au dience tThe deaths of several children of dypthofla two weeks ago has caused much exclftmnnt In this section Olaton school wasclosed on alt and tvfil be closed until tbe71 lnst Weregret to have our school S f r 1 q closed when so much Interest has been shown In the school work this yearMr and Mrs Joe T Daniel spent Sunday at Mr George Wilsons near Frlednland Mr and Mrs John F Allen were the I guests of friends in the country and attended church at Cane Run Sunday Tile Post meets at Rev F M FarrIs next Saturday A large crowd is expected to be in attendance Mr J B Cannon Sulphur Springs was in this city lait wck visiting friendsMr J Hall Jingo spdwt Sunday with his family near town Mosdnnies John and Jesse Payton townIshnpping Hubert Stlnson returned from Phie Knob GRiyBan county Tuesday whore they spent u month the guait of friends Mr and Mrs W H Stevens spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs jam O Stlnsan at this placeIMister Dulmor Stewart sever I al large flrti hOHdftItMr nnd have returned homo attar spending 10 UrnI days tile guests of Mr and Mrs Jno F Allen a- Miss Magglf May lIIcht1llriJ sitendlng several tluy s the guer of h Scud near Olutcu nnd liundew Mr James W Hall was in K sine Thursday on liuvinemt- Mr Alva Fauplt ling been 111 of malarial tuvrr the IMSL week Mr Jno F Allen reurnecl trout CwiInU City Friday where sho had a boon taking OHeojiatby ireutmint She has lieui unite 111 slues her re turn home mid Is unable to leave her room Mrs D B Young Yeaman was tho guests of her daughter Mrs Alva Faught several days last week s Mr Isham Farris has returned from Arkansas Mr Noili Burden Rockportr was the guest of his brotherinlaw James W Hall payton Schoolhouse from Frl day until Monday Mrs Ira Daniel and little daughter Felosla New Baymus were the guests of Mr nnd Mrsg T N Daniel near Rosins Thursday until Saturday- Mr Tom Whltworth Sunnydale was In Olaton Monday Homer the little son of Mr and Mrs Crlt Hall IB ill this week Rev Frey is conducting a meeting at Cedar Grove An Esteemed Citizen Gone Died on last Tuesday evening at his home on Point Pleasant road three miles from Hartford Mr Burr T Bor ryman 73 years of age He had been sick onl a few days and his death was unexpected Mr Berryman was born and reared in this county and spent his entire life here He lived in Hart ford the greater portion of his early life and about 27 year sgo went to the farm on which ho died He was three times married His first wife was Miss Lizzie Johnson whom ho married May 9 18C3 the second Miss Mary J Dempsy September 30 1873 the third Miss Annie E Tracy who survives him and to whom ho was married January 1 1877 He was the father of 13 children nine rf whom are still living Tho deceased made a profession of religion In early life and Joined the Methodist church In Hartford For many years he was an active member being a regular attendant at all of the services and usually being secretary of tho quar terly conference In his latter yetr s he seldom attended church but rea his church papers and took Intelligent Interest in the work of tho church His funeral was conducted at his rest dence Wednesday by his pastor Rev Virgil Elgin after which his remains were Interred at Oakwood CERALVO Sept SMr Thomas Mullen and family paducah are visiting the famU ly of Mr P Jones The Store and dwelling of Mr Sam Smith hero was destroyed by fire Sep tember 2 origin of the fire unknown Miss Mattlo Wood has been visiting frineds and relative In Censtral City and Utica for the last two weeks Mrs Madle Brunton McHonry spent last week with her aunt Mrs Clemmle Everly MM James Klttlnger Matanzas visit cd her daughter Mrs Late Myers last week Mr P Jones lost every fine milch cow last Saturday GREAT FAIR INPROSPECT Fine Array of Stock and Other Products Pretty Girls and Enchanting Mu sic Combine to Draw Big Crowds The Ohio county Fair began Its ten ty fourth annual meillug Wednesday under unusual height prospects More people attended on tho first day than home ever been on tho grounds at any first day of the meeting heretofore Everything to attract the visitors and to entertain has been procured und iL variety of clean amusoniunts have been provided Some of the finest rave which have ever been In at tondance are hprp and nil the sa leiJ are filled Every train into Hnr furd since Wednesday Lila been will tilled w h vtitcrs and the ludlct iuua re that toduy und Saturday will wi record breaking crowds Sjnclal trains will he run ran the now riil read fruni IrvlttRtim Ucdny and Si urduy Music is Urng furn inl by the cetfbratd Tblrd Heflnsoni Bind lit twenty pieces from Owei ur This band is the per tf any in 1 A and their mu c alone 1 wisi trip to the rim The floral hall is wll filled with Agricultural pro ducat and splendid snniples of needle work and of the culinary art furnished by the ladles All the pretty girls tar and incur ire on hand to grace the occasion anti even those who are trot so pretty furnish largo quantiO of grace Boys wilt have abundant oportuhltles to play tho gallant dur ing the week Tonight the annual fair hop will tuko place at tilt opera houseThe following awards have beet made up to the time of going to press FIRST DAY Mules 3 years old and over R P Coleman 1st R P Coleman 2nd Best Jack any age Thompson Bros 1st W H Burton 2nd Saddle Horses Stallion any age C M Smith 1st J L Cooper 2nd Mare any age Alvin Rowe 1st W E Stone son 2nd Gelding any age J L Cooper I1t Dink Westerfleld 2nd Best Colt under 1 ypor old J F Ralph 1st S T Williams 2nd Best Mule colt under 1 year old Henry Stum 1st Pres Barnard 2nd SPEED RING 3 minute pace or trot for Ohio county horse that have never started for money C G Baxter Outlaw 1m Ar chie Moseley Grey B 332nd 12 mile dash running K Vttcto Kilo 1st J Patterson Cincinnati Enquirer 2nd Joe Roberts Little Joe 3rdMule Race 12 mile and repeat J H Meadows Jack 1st Herbert King Ben 2nd Erten King Beck 3rd f SECOND DAY Harness Horses Stallion whh 3 or more of his colts W E Stone Sc Son 1st J F Ralph 2nd ISt11110n any ago W E Stone Son 1st C M Smith 2nd Gelding any age T A Hewlett In 2nddSPEED RINGS 2MO class trot W Cecil Lilac Maid 1st C Claypool Signal Bay 2nd Al bert Bellam Prince 3rd 12 mile dash for 2 year olds W E Sublett Silk Sox 1st J 11 Meadows Rosecue 2ud Ollle Bellem Jim EllU 3rd 12 mile dash running J H Meadow Louis Granllng 1st Joe Roberts Lit tie Joe 2nd E Vtteto Kilo 3rd Dissolution Notice Notice Is hereby given that the firm of Collins Griffin meat and grocery business on Main Street Hart ford Ky hoe been dissolved Mr Collins becoming the purchaser of Mr Griffins interest and will con tlnue the business at the same place and alt outtaandlng accounts arc dUll and payable to him R T COLLINS 8t2 Z W GRIFFIN f + P 4 Yt1- r irC r r PEARl REPORTS HAS fb ND POLE First News From Noted Arctic Explorer NO DOUBT AS TO THE FACT Fourth Trip of the Great Ex plorer Whose Success Follows Dr Cook Indian lIaror Sept 6To A- II Prue New York N YIStaral and Stripes nailed to the North Iole signed PERRY Indian Harbor Sept GTo Her bert 1 Rrldgman Brooklyn N Y Pole reached Roosevelt safe signed lEARr Indian Harbor Sopt GTo The New Yur t Times New York N Y J havu the joie April G Elpect m rise Chateau Bay September 7 Ar range expedlate transmission big atnry signed I PEAKY sucI New York Sept 6Penr has ceeded State and Strlpeet nailed toI North 1ole From out the Arctic darkness was flushed Wday this m sI sage which slti ned the scientific world and thrilled the heart ot ever laman From tile black cast or lab rudor Peary gave the news that he hud attshttd his goal while It the DrlCookby royalty fur the same achievement Undoubtedly Yankee grit hKs conlUel1- d the frozen Northland quad there has aliithotheir uonutry In the land or Ice which lall hats sought to ponetride fur four centuries and each Ignorant or the others uonquoit has Nabbed within ltve days tlllr laconic messages or success to a wailing world With hut k word from Iuary the world awaits details breathlessly hut until tomor row when Peary hould arrive at Cha teuu DM Iabllldor waltlllg must suf licu ifARYS TRIP The kst heard front Commander Pear wss Oil July 17 IOS lit a wireless message front Commander lenry hemn Sidney Cape Bruton on July Ii he stated he was proceeding tu Smiths Sutnid and expected to- mnko his winter quarters at Grant land Ilu had special sounding ullli- allttS and proposed to secure sound- Ings ruin Grllltlan1 to the Pole lie alto btted that he expected to he gent two years and that he would rNaeh the Pule The preseait oXledltion of Corn raander Pear Is Ida fourth and he has spent practically all of his later years la trying to roach the North Pole tie Is known as one ot the greatest authorities on arctic IJcplora thin Prior to Ih Cooks discovery of the Pole Peaiy had been further north than any other man having nfllhd latitude of 87 degrees or nJout 310 mils rout the Pole New Catalogue tree The now catalogue giving full information concerning the educational work of the Western Normal malleti on application Address II II Cherry President Western Normal Bowling Green Kentucky 113 She Was Divorced Found Mem ory Ring Divorces like marriagell Ire suh Jtels sacred to the twain concerned writes the Matinee Gird In The Dra matic Mirror Common rinse and heart culture are dlspluyed by aoldilug dlscuosion or those of by looking exclusively after our own PcnlllonIlIlT though the olrcum Btnnl1 LC our neighbor marital gu fags and coming are unique and break hnptsiug sliuace A divorce u i two American stars was niarkeil by- a coincidence unparalleled In oil the heart lore I have conned the match seemed to be an ideal one The pals were Cupids favor Ites Never It seenud was nwrrlage more auspicious In every sense more complete After two years ot undisturbed hlltplnlJR the Thespian destinies caused a brief separation The I wife was to go abroad The husband Inuit finish his tour In the Stabs At this Juncture ho seat horn ring a slmple narrow band with a quaint stone It wiis thq InscrlllUon that made It precious to the wife In 1Ildo the hoop of grid was traced M1zjalh and tho mearlng God pntcltbeiwenn tbfe and mP while We nioi trted one from the eaer- Cfti the years that rollIYoId es trangwgent Ibrew a first faint shad uw then a deep rr Ouu and iu tunIe- tI became subance The wife stied for divorce Dy telepla lie she 1ld- mu the cc had berg take tleclllTeoe1t1d1 stY to the pub lk the raUl bows teir erly to friends Hanging lip the receiver tttWest back with n lldle sighand thptle trembling ota brave Up to her pack- Ing for fllghtlight from the lame and its memories thattormeutfligh c from herself flight from the past- A cry startled her meld The wlte lift d from a drawer a rlogwllh quaint tone In an oldfashioned elting She stared at an within the loop She was pale Her lip quivered II Where did you find this rIng Tile maId stared at IL 1 oever saw It before madame But Iwhere could It have been I havent seen It for ten yearswh could have placed It here No one answered No one knew It will remain a house hold mystery ti1hy should It be found now1 seems as though It came to mea though he- There was no answer to her half formed questions Out ot the silent cane no message none dut the InscrJp tlon deeply cut Into the old ring God I watch between tlllc and me while w I are parted ono front the other To another woman principal In a divorce drama came with the frost espy Ot hr hourold decree memor- ot y her fathers words on hr eddlng day 31y por girl You have marrIed i genlua but not a ma- nChhiaran Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAG- RIaT MEN DISGDSS j COOKS DISCOVERY English Scientist Explains what North Pole Is and What Discovery Means SirRolert Ball former astronomer of the Koyal Observatory now Pro lessor or Astronomy at Cambrldgo University and one or the most dl tJnglhbe1 British IIClenUllts has writ t ten the following statement on what the discovery of the North pole exact I means Two questions being asked all orer I the civilized world today arciFlrstb does any one go to the North pole I SecondHow does he know whe n his thereIfirst the mariner who finds his latitude In the Northern hemisphere to bog 0 I degrees knows he cnn be nowhere else than at the North pule The tlKtron oilier will toll you that to any one standing at the North pole the sun rises and sets only once a earslx months daylight and six months nigh mitigated only by a little twilight at the beginning and end or II period otI awful gloom broken by occnllionall sunlight or aurora Th bole Iii truly a unique o on the globe Cook standing therel faced due south Whichever way hei looked he was snore than miles nearer the center ot the eart than It he stood at the equator Ills weight was greater than any whor else on the surface or the globe A erItlcallens around which all stars revolve i Half or the stars he could never seethe other laIC nr went below his liorizoir and would have been vlsi orIIonhis horizon Tile pole star stood d- 1redly over his head The gain to knowledge from Dr I Cooks discovery Is inestimable There Is much to learn ot tides currents and the ocean Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward Itr any rae ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last Iii yearsand believe him perfectly bonorable InaUI business transactions and financially i able to carry out any obligations made by his tlrlll- Wahllng Klnnan MarvlnWbole sale Druggists Toledo 0IHalls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system restimonlals sent free Price 75c per bottle nil druggists Take Halls hamlly Pills for Constipation m Y- ME9tlDEH HALLE CHILL TONIC Best for IIlalaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed l a v r u JL4 WbAT WHATANI qYllrotated and lUigent QUI Regarding tile Jariff Law Just sassed by Congresst nNow that hides are on the tree list how each less glances Foots brand will be used In the manuCac- ture ot leather How much will hide bound free traders be able to save In the pur chase of leather medals now that hides era on the tree list How much will the decrease In the Tariff on umber erect or decrease the cost or toothpicks How rduch w111 the increase In duty on hops enhance tile cost oia glass fOf ConeyIsland beer much will the reduction In ITatllf rate on print paper decrease the cost or advertising all the com forts or II home apartments In our cites How arch will the Increase In duty on lemons erhante the cost oCa glass ot circus lemonade Flow much less smuggling will he done on account or the decrease In duty ou ladles sox How is It possible for foreigners to sell grcds In this country at less th the cost of production and make a reasonable profit What effect will low foreign transportation I rates have lu nulllfllIg many of the Tariff schedules under- the rew Tariff law How many Democratic votes In Iowa will Senators Cummins and Del liver require to prevent their retire otherWISe1texpect to get oCC t 1Vby has William J Bryan changed his mind about locating In Texas Why will some ot the Northern RightsrWhy do peqlle In large elites pay bUllhellIGO cents per bushel ott the farm What do Professors Francis Green DurIICIISoC the maximum provisions In new Tariff law I Wlat effect would nn adequat na vy and anAmcrlcanJierchant Marino have on Insuring tho peace oftheworld WhAt effect has the enforcement of the Pure Food Law had on reducing the ad valorem rates ot Import tulles on rood prpducts Imported Into this country I Why should not ode sister repub Iles to the South contrlbutE to the Doctrinet I IWhat effect has the payment ship subsidies subventions and bOun1 ties the granting or ocean governtcompetitive price on torelgn merchnnI disc sll1 In thlll country achedhdustrles In all new countries IDo high or low Tarlts produce greater revenue Would low Tariff schedules force foreign gold once American back to this country Is n high or low Tariff the Moth er of Trusts What would happen It the Tariff was removed from all commodities manufactured by the trusts What would Hamilton Jefferson Clay Lincoln Blaine Jiorrell lIc Kinky Dingley have recommended as a solution ot the trust problem JWould who raise cattle rallronl employees et nil he jusl- Uled In buying their footwear and other artlclcs from other manutac- tUfers advocating the admission ot duty tree hides Into thIs country To what extent would our forests be cnslrvcd should newspnpersmag azlnes periodicals dime nove etc limit their space to only news thats fit to prink Should a foreign or n domestic 1itf expert commls8l0n be aplolnt- ed t H Kills Wouldbe Slayer A merciless murderer Is Apiittndi cltls with many victims But Dr Kin 1 New Life Pills kill It by pro veriflon They Gently stittulate atom- ach liver nd rovltdlltigttt clogging that iiivlLealpenlcltiscur Ing ustipntlbn Dlliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigeltioii- 5c fit nil drusglsta IRALPHAug 3oFarmers Ira needlnsrnhi ad t f Jlenryjnrevisiting Ishaman Bartlett Tarry Roy Hartferd preached Mrs Dubro Ralphs fuaer ttiae 1 Eebttreh Iaade4We YT had some fiefs ercelle- aveal Its Ike town or e M undesthesupervtslon- the lRev Jeff H Ralph M W A Taut Magan Ras the guest of bs little friend Mtse Addie Edge Sunday Ira Vlctora Martin and children Miss winnie and Cloras vlsit- eatMr R F Taylora Sunday Mies Nonie Taylor Is endplng the week with friend and relatives at Tarty this week May the sweetest smiles be cast at our friend near Adaburg who has arralnged to attend the fair In an auto drawn by h pair of fine oxen Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIAw Ladies Take Notice A nice line of Picture Frames completed at low prices 3tr HARTFORD MILL CO HOOKING ALLIGATORS It Florida Sport With an Element o- Ueieertainty In It Hunting alligators nt night with a bullseye hinters und shotgun Is tam a spurt compared wlh what la called gator bunt lu Fluridia said IIC old foorhlllln who Is visiting Ncw York I mean tht tent ut capturing an nlll gator alive end then towing the fpllow to high ground through mud und wale from what Is called lu Ioiorldli II gu tor hole The gator tlshernen tint find thl- j bile which lc Indicated by nn opening In the surrounding grass lu the UlldM- tot II deue growth ot vegetation where the ground lit worn smooth by the III ll nltlr In hb pulls In and out Som- times w these gator holes are IJ the on furs tit a 1Il III the bank of It stream and may hI nfttIO or twenty dllll cud It 10 It Is not no easy matte- to tgt the animal mat the fisher I + supplied with a Ion poll with n metal book on the endrilIe takes n strong rope and throws about the enlranre ot the hole the tither nun with the hooked down the tJlU nod wnitn and IIl1tenl- lIt he tints u JJtor lu the bole he teases till least hy poking him until the gator In n rage tlmnlly grabs the hooked poll und la pullld from the dearIt Is with uncertainty that he to- drnrged forth for It is not known whether the catch lot large ur small lrhE fisher does out know whether tn Into shape to run or to tight Out the gator COWL bellowing nod roar lag mall After the gator is dragged to the surface he In his rage turns and rolls and tinnily twists himself up In the previouslyiprepared others in the party the Iltors legs and mouth lire tied and the gator is a prisoner The gator Is for the most part caught In mtlllhet where the ground Is soft sad sisals and too wet for either horse or walton to enter The fishers are compelled to carry their catch to higher ground there to be loaded Into the waiting wagon and tte hunt 1- sendedNew York Sun- UNCONSCIOUS WORRY Born of the Habit of Taking Things Too Seriously I A great many people worry UDCOD SuccessIthey lire so tired In the morning why their sleep was so disturbed and trou bled I This mental disturbance Is often caused by the habit of taking things too seriously carrying too great a weight of responsibility Ererywhrre we see people who tithe lire too serlIously tORt or us arc like the motor man who not only starts and stops the car and tries to keep from running over people but also tllls tremendous anxiety and responsibility about the motive power Ono ot the most helpful lessons life can Impart is that which shows ut bow to do our work as well as It ran be done and then let principle hake care ot the reanit now ttenhnE we been amazed to find things come out much better than we anticipated to find that the great unseen ioower that governs our lives through u wilderness of trial and trlbu Rtlonlnlo the upon has guided our life ship through the fogs ot dlttlrultllfl und or sorrow through sturm ot hardships and losses safely Into port rho pilot dues not lose heart when he cannot see his WilY He turns to that mysterious compass wblch sees as plainly In the tog and guides ns faithfully In the tempesta as when the sea Is like glass We are In touch with a power greater than any compass greater than any pilot a pQer that can extricate us from the moat desperate situation k7 h Y IOl j- y elltra City AnctionlHouse N Auction SJes Ever Saturday and night Consignments of Menchlin II dise solicited You can pay raIlroad faire and save big money IBIG SALE OF CLOTHING NOW ON Z O KING AuctioneerJ Certtral City Ky SSSS GOOD POSITIONS Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 30000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positrons under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition aCCEptingr i Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con wince you 1 1 75 per cent of the United States Court Report SHORTHAND ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches beCause they know it is THE BEST FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON PresIdent DRRUGHONS PRRCTICRL BUSINESS COLLEGE scoaroluTtal EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHI- St++ 1 MFf +tf4t F4 WF +F3M ff4 +I THE KENTUCKY 1 s ight anoverINCORPORATED o j IWIbb WIRR YOUR NOUSK AT GOST I ELECrRId LIGHTS ARE CLEAN i110 HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOMEiOR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD + 4 iBE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN i IREACH I iE G BARRASS ManageL rj 4l++trN++ + St 4 OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135iTuE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 15Q THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 + rUE REPUBLICAN and rwicenWeek Owpnsboro Inquirer 175 TIrE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE ZEPUBLICAN anti Laity uwensooro lnqulrer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messengerl ii TILE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 13D Tim REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 15O A Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN I It May Be PneumoniaCIA hard chill pain through the chest difficult breathing shouldbe j oncegive tNoo owe ter ausean It t I LEI e THT EDUCATION lS MOST PROFI which puta knowledge in the head ekill in tie hat 1 and doUars in the pooket Our oourse in bOk eopingbusinesa c iJtoms shorthand and typewriting is endorsed Uy business men bcctlle it enables our graduates to meet the requiriementa of the buaiiiia office It puts young men and women to work whereadvancement fellows satisfaotory service Over 500 pupils attend annualY fifty typewriters for instruotion purposes Worthy pupils aaaited to posi tionsnFa1JIterm begins Monday Sept t6th Write for oat cff i + r 4 LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLGE I s Evansville Indr Ij y Indiana IS greatest school of buaines- t j p 3IL I J V W 0r- i tI OLD FASHIONED MOTH= J 1 ERS GETTING SCARC f Modern Mothers Think More of Beauty and Fashion than ofHouseh ld Duties There arent as many oldtashlone mothers nowadays just as there arent lis many middleaged women Our moth ers are very dear no douLtand vjr- yfI pretty and lovable And of course the T Ate tremendously fond of their children and their children are tremeri ionsly fond of them But somehow or other many of them arent IIko thOSe gentle mothers of yesterday And it Is only once In awhile that we meet one of thin real oldfashlone kind C InwhatIsmother and she has R serene disregard for what peoplo say She seems just to be living her gentle strong wholesome 1lte for her family and not to care at nil whether clothes and persona and Ideas arc fashionable or not She never mae f sages her face to keep the wrtukle away or has her hair marcelled or chooses corsets that will give her youthful lines and yet Jf she over chances to be among any ot thee ultramodern women who refuse to be middleaged It Is the oldfuhlon ed mother who Is Indeed the most distingulshedlooking ot them all Although she has never won n Irlze fit n midge tournament or driving a- tourInhand nt the horse shQW or entertained In her box during the open Benson her me has been by no glean dull nor eventful The children have always required a great deal of caret J 6 and there have been some storms seasons through which she has had to steer the family boat herself Whet times were hard and things had gone to pieces in the panic and her husbands health had given way she took charge ot affairs as a matter of course The business fell Into her hands for awhile and she set It nil on Its feet again a trouoblesome business It was too although she never talked about It nor seemed to regard her management ot Jt as nt- an extraordinary It was simply the only tiring there was to do And of l course she had to shoulder all her own family cares at the same time 1 and John never liked to have any one else near him when he was sick 4Her sons and daughtersgrowtng up have always come to her with their joys and sorrows their victories and defeats And though there be those who say that her devotion has made her life a constant sacrifice to her children those boys and girls are etronger men and women because she has started their lives aright and c4has given them almost without their It the wonderful power of her example to live by She has never btaltated to do anything however hard or disagreeable or even menial Jt may have been for those whom she loved She has never been afraid of growing old She has never clamored for recognition or credit or gratitudeIShe never talks about herselfthe oldfashioned mother She never In siSto upon herself She has the ra servo of other days Her ute has been one long act of giving And- to all those who come near herher presence brings the cool beauty of an evenings benediction Near Death in Big Pond It was a thrilling experience tMrIda Soper to face death For years J a severe lung trouble gave me In f tense suffering she Writes and sev era limes nearly caused my death All remedies tailed and doctors said I waslncurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a eurq so permanent that I have not been troubled In twelve years Mrs Soper lives In Big Pond Pa It works wonders In Coughs and Colds Sono Lungs HemorrhagBLaGrippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and all Drpnchlal affections 60c and 1 j Trial bottles free Guaranteed byall mJThe Big Tliillg L one sunny morning eight or nine years ago I was sitting In the front r office of the Brooklyn Stiu daJd Un x loo talking with H rbertL Iiridgmaa- f says Leigh Mitchell Hodges In Phll- oli dolphin North American e J While we chatted iquietfaced man came In His beardmade hIm look olderthnn ho ins Hiseyes were sort of dreamy An artistI said to my a self uShake hands with DF C ofkld- Yr Drldgman I ehook u y Wbd Is he1Faslt djnf ef this modest fellow bad Oh one Ofour Arctic enthuslasts ansWered Drldgmttp H Wo went on hlkingabout some now i t I books If Fate or Deetlny or whoever It Is knows the future had whispered that Jtm1ghtho well tor- m to make a note ofthat hndslWt- eId have sald Go chase yourself That was the ta11lon In slang thou If anyone had told me thin same doctor who looked like na Ust was then on Ills way fo the Nortl Poland undylng ta etbut none did He was however Of course be wasnt sure hed get there but ho knew where he was go- Ing Which Is the first requisite for arriving lfo began the journey on a milk wagon before ho was twenty He started mwhlch got him used to workingjn the darn At 7 be would finish his round hurry back to his home In Brooklyn to wash up and change his clothes and at 9 he answered present In the medical school at Columbia College Which shows that hitching your wagon to a star may mean hook- Ing on behind the Milky Way Local Steering that simple unassuming man who stopped In the Standar UnIon office that morning on his way to the North Pole was tho rudder o- fsefr lIance and the engine of enthusiasm was working for him as it has worked for every human being who ever got further possibilIties As It will work for you when you know where youre going The medical student who Isnt afraid of a milk route can learn how to face four centuries ot failure What Frederick A Cook American has done Isnt of any special value to you or nte The fact that the flag of the free floats at the top pf the world doesnt add one jot or one title to our ler- sonal store Its the way he did It that counts ts the momentous fact that a mildvoiced man who lived In Bush wick avenue Brooklyn gained the prize of the centuries through be lIef In his ability to do so that should make each ot us stronger and richerIts the milkwagon start rather than the worldpraised finish that thrills Do you know where you are going nUll have yens got faith In your ubil Ity to get there Thats the big thing my friend Secure a Certificatie Under the law the Western Normal has the power to lssup the ELEMENTARY CERTIFICATE the INTERME- DJATE CERTIFICATE and the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitle the bob ers to teach any where In Kentucky for two years four years and for lire respectively without further examination Information as to the amount of work requited for each certificate will be furnished when desired Ad dress H H Cherry President West ern Normal Bowling Green Ky 7t2 QUICKS PillS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills As Others Sei Us The man who can pick out the beEt picture o himself Is a rare bird said a photographer Even nn au thor who Is repeatedly a good judge or his own work exercises vast wis dom In selectng his best book com pared with the person who tried to choose his best photograph Every famous man or woman who has been photographe repeatedly has his or her favorite picture Usually It Is the worst In the collection It shows him or her with an unnatural expres lion sitting or standing In an un natural attitude The Inability to judge of his best picture mpst be due to the average nouns Ignorance of how he really looks or perhaps It can he partly at tributed to a desire to look other than ho does A stout man will swear that the photograph most nearly like him Is the one that makes him look thin a thin man the one that makes him look stout the soh- smn man selects the jolliest picture the jovial man the most cadaverous President Roosevelt Is about the only nan whose favorite picture Is the one most photographers would pro nounce the best but then exception aJ judgment on his part Is expected all along the line The Glow of Doom vas seen In the red face hands and may ot the Jlttlo sOn of H M Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied ali remedies and baffled the Best doctors who said tM poisoned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writer his mother seven bottles of Elea- trf Bitters completely cured him For eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Scorea and aU DloodDlsorders and 3heumatlm Electric Bittero Is su t p ems Only 5Oe Guaranteed bn11 druggists JI ylt 1 LANGUAGES INTHE JUTURE Child Will Speak Native Tongue at Home and Esperanto Traveling Chautauqua N YThe child ot the future will be brought up to know two languages one for the use at home and another for the use abroad At home he will speak the language or his country whether It be English Russian JapaneSSI Chinese French italian Spanish or any other and when he travels abroad whero tho sound of his native tongue Is unknown ho will speak Esperanto which will be the universal language of the world according to Prof A Chrlslen- ot Stockholm The time has como when tire abso lute necessity of an International auxiliary language Is recognized generally he said U will never conic to pass that one language will be sioken ball the people In the world to the exclusion of all other lanbunges becuu no two or three nations can ever agree on a universal language ro two or three countries will ever accept the language of another because of the enormous advantage the country pus sessing that language would enjoy over the countries In which the lang tinge Is being introducol That all musicII sclence religion politics anti In fact every branch of human affairs All living languags are too diffi cult to learn and will never furnish us with an International language Not one person In a thousand ever In a hundred thousand ever musters a living language even after the mos arduous study When one has aqulrec some knowledge of a foreign langunge that knowledge Is lo unless much time and money Is devoted to preserving It The objection that no artificial language like Esperanto will ever be accepted he met hy saying that the numerals the Marne alphabet and the slgnes used In algebra as well as mud are generally known throughout the world and can be rend by persons who speak various kinds of languages Buffalo News S Teachers Wanted The demand for teachers who have been trained In the Western Normal Is greater than the supply The Fall Session Qpens September 7th Write H H Cbrery Pros Western Normal relative to tree tuition 7t2 Bowling Green Ky for Information relative to free tuition 7tJ Returned from Mammoth Cave The Mammoth Caveparty returned from the Mammoth Cave to Livermon Saturday evening Aug 28 after hav lug spent a delightful outing of sev ermil days They were delayed several hours each trip but the time was quickly whiled away by tlro jolly crowd with gUllies music and refreshments They report a jolly time Those composing thf party were Mr and DAs John Llndle Mr and Mrs Gus Johnson Mr and Mrs Walter Atherton Mr and Mrs C C Atirer ton Mesdames Walter Dole Jennie Johnson Pearl rave Geneva Johnson Sue Tlchla Lee Mary Atherton Leno ma LlndleyRuth Lindley Eva Lindley Mary Taylor Elenor Atherton Flora Cullin Pearl Cullin Eula Snider Messrs T W Snider Herschel Howard Charley Tanner Ernest Bennett Delly Bennett Emmit Nave QUICKS a ooo PilLS Will cleanse your liver and purl fy your blood and make you feel like a new man Notice Tobacco Growers All parties desiring to pool In 1909- are hertby notified that the time for pooling pledge In Ohio county has been extended to September 30th 1909 after which time no tobacco can be pooled through this committee This action has been taken because of an agreement between the three district association Green Rlverliome Ware house and A S of E Fin Corn for Ohio Co Fatal Fracas at Uardlnsbarg Fair Personll who returned fron the Bar dlnsburg Fair on Saturday tell of the- tatal fight that occurred near the fall grounds all Friday The qualre started In n grove near the fnlr grounds among horse traders and there were both whites and negroe9- oncernrd In It A white man named William Dunn from Stephensport was hot rind badly wounded byn negro As soon us the shot vds fired and the white mUll was seen to fall the negro started to run Other white men or tiered him tostop ad uunrenacr but he only kept going the tIUJtlr Ticy lienbegan i to eboot at him but ho itR was soon out of reach In the Ubnbe which was UIPsed to protect him and the pursult was ubandoneed It was supposed that lie mado good his escape but his body was found Ute next morning In the woods a short distance from where he was last seen by the men who shot at him Another white man was stabbed severely In the buck In the samofra cad and others are saiclrto have beet wounded but they were not badly Injured and were taken to their home and nothing Js being said about their wounds Judge Weddings Reunion The teunlon ot Judge R R Wed dings pupils at Sulphur Springs last Saturday was a most pleasant attain There was U large crowlIvel GOO people present and the occasion WIIS highly enjoyed by all Irof G G Christian with his class of singers was there and they rendered sllcDllI11 musIc Judge Weddings speech wall u most interesting past of the pro gram Ito rehearsed with much feel- Ing the past days of his school me and his talk brought forth both teary md laughter from the audience assembled I In his honor Although tho- I Judge Is a candidate there was noth big peliueal In iris remarks lhCle- WIIS a general commingling of old friends and a base ball gums In lIw- IItlelllOiln A fine dinner was served which brought the enjoyment of tM occasion to Its height The ntztul who wore prereut will never forget the time nor the genial personality Judge Wllldlns whose lire and ofI gave occasion for the mel tlug aIt Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my legwrltcs J A Swenson Watertown WisTen years of eczema that lb doctors could not cure had at last lalll mo up- I Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured It sound and well Infallible for Skin Erupltlons Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns ScaldsCuts and Piles EGc at all druggists nn Notice to Teachers Dr John C Willis has asked me to secure another Institute instructor liS lit will not be possible for him to till engagement In Ohio county I I om compelled therefore to post irene the institute for II short dine It will he held the last part of Sep tember ltespectfully JAMES M DeWEESI S C S Deserved Promotion Concerning a funnier Ohio county boy who tins gone out and succeeded splendidly the Franklin La Wlltch man says lIt C rorge W Bennett who has occupied the position of nmtinger of tire Cumberland Tuluphollti Co with great credit to himself and to the satisfaction of nil tiro people Its resigned to accept n position at the Sterlbnk Refinery Mr Bennett has inane ninny friends In Franklin who regret to see him go but they wish him success In Ids new field of use- fulnessI lIe has proved htmaeif a worthy gentleman and a faithful em I plot and will carry with lobo the good wishes of lire public Dog Chmmits Suicide The drowning of John Marvins dog Gyp Thursday In Deattles fond near Montclair Heights according to the story told by Marvin was all clear a case of suicide as ever took place Marvin who Is a farmer owned the dog for nearly two years Tire ani mal made itself useful on the farm and had always been well treated Wednesday Marvin clllled on Gyp to chase the cattle out of a latch of woods and the dog hasten il to do his masters bidding Gyp got them all out Into the open except one youn heifer which gave him a great deal of trouble The dog finally got It clear Qf the woods and Gyp followed It lilting ut Its llCelll Marvin called the dog several times but Gyp was evidently determined to hunt the heifer until It suited the other stock When Marvin reached Gyp tie gave tll slog a heavy kick In the ribs Gyp did not run away but looked pleadingly into his masters face This look was answered by another kick from tile farmers heavy tihoewhlch knocked the dog off Its feet Then the farmer walked toward the barn yardAs he neared his ironic Marvin looked around to see It Gyp was following him but he saw the dogtrot ting away In the direction of the pond Two hours later the children I found the animate dead In about G inches of water on the shore of the pond Marvin Is Inconsolable ail lie feels sure that his treatment of the snlcldeIYork o CASTORIAFor Infants and Children the Kind You Have AlWays Bought I Boars the- Siiynatnro or J HERBERT j Aug 31A large crowd attended the Sunday school convention at thlll place Sunday Among thu visitors were Rev Ira Rice of ChambersRev Cicero Corley of Webber Rev Bal main of Deaufleld IUlll WI1 II Bru ner of Ekron It M Miller has gone to Owens horo today to attend the funeral son vices of ids slsterInlnw Mrs Reu ben A Miller School opened here yesterday with Miss Mary Lambert teacher Miss Annie Belle Miller of Ocvens- horo who has Iwpn visiting here re turned home totiny- Jir anti Mrs Isomer Mllllgan and chlhlllll lIeflln visited Mrs Amanda Stewart tits wk- Mrs John Graham of Thrn ton visited her fatlllr D A Millar Saturday and Sunday Mr Arthur Ford Is building a large tobacco barn Misses Katie C mind Amy Holland WhltlslIle llischel 1libber Randolph Owensboro Messrs Robert I Miller and Roy Holland were here Sunday Enter School See your County Superintendant and write n II Cherry President Western Normal Bowling Green Ky concerning free scholarship Fall session opens September 7th 7t2- Better Advertising Confronted with so many concrete exannrples of vast success achieved di- meetly through advertising no person In this enlightened generation would be so rash nl to declare that ndveltls lug dues not pav Jt is equally true that the great success nttribuluble to commercial publicity would not have been possible In any given caw but for time fact that rhea have been dll lgently studying the subject and that time present exlenastve and varied products of the advertisers art are due to a rClllld but logical development The advertlllng of twentyfive years ago teas trade In comparison with that of today Out of this enrbryonic state through a somewhat chaotic period of contentious reasoning the art of profitable publicity has advanced to a point at which It Is governed by several more or less wellestnh- llshed and wellrecognized principles Clrtain fixed standards are now quite closely observed by the men who have made ndvertisng what It is and by their pupils M the art But It Is out evident flint the end Is not yet Down In Joulsvllh the last few days the National Associated Advertising Clubs of America have been In session Papers have been rend on various subjects relating to the subject and these have been open to full and tree discussion Since the purpose of this convention was to es- tahlllJh higher Ideals In the aderl- lslngI Held and since Its affiliations reach throughout the country it ISI natural to suppose that sonic good results wllllIe fortltaauing Admitting that nclvertising In its presentday cxpmlllUlrnt len inns reacted an advanced stale bath as regards tnog1np1 and resultIng It ls yet possible tp sue wharu improvement tiny he marls IIIri rnay bo some few advultlsrs I CASTORIA For Infants ancfChildren The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof C In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sDASTORIA TMC OINIIYa CONMN9 htW oaa crn on still disregrd the fact that It Is un- llrotltable to exaggerate There inlay also be a few who cat be Induced to practice slllall misrepresentations which In the lnst analysis always prove hurtful to till advertiser There are very probably Fall1OSeak Ing now In a more practical sense who have not tome to a full appracln tlon of the fact that advertising Is ar ought to he snlsnransldp In1n- qnlarged sense that every advertlne- ntent should have fr Its purposo io sell wllllhver Is nrlvertired rather tiara merely to direct attention to It tine latter being an outgrowll ballet Profitable publicity which Is but another name for ndvertlsing Is still amenable to innrllmnvnrrvnt arid the Ideal of those who would improve It Is not In the least unworthyIitts burg Post MEND EN HALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Death of Old Citizen Thomas Yeser died at his homo tat Red 11111 la the soutlhera part of Davless county en Saturday might about 12 oeloel lie had been ailing for only three scores tool had been in robust health nearly mill his life be fore lie was Iglatfhe years of age and his dental wall duo to the ills Incident to ulll age llls wife died nanny years ago Ono tiaughtur Mess Katie Yulser murd ammo son James Yelser Imave beams living with their father and caring fur him fie Is also survived by one brvtlll Rev Dan Ychler who Is now elshtUuco years of age lie wts also all uncle of MUs Sine YeIser and Messrs A C Hull and Claude reiser of Hartford The deceased wns known to everyone liS Uncle Tom and lw had many friends nllo ver Davlcs and ad joining counties Ho was born and lived all his life In Dnvlem county Sunday School at Baptist Church Sundry was a good tiny with nil the Sunday Schools In Hartford but especially with the Baptist Tire Interest grew from the beginning of the taJ lng contest which was IL week ago and hy Sunday It had reached n highn tide Early In till mornlnr the ehllthcnand older ones as wellbegan coming to the church With great eagerness they waited anti watched to see which side would get to eat the cretin first at the ice cream Enpper When the time came tp open the service nearly two hundred had conic the count was taken and tune announcement was nmde that the Greens had won the victory The house was filled to hear the program rendered which wUlIcarrlcd out flS printed last week It was n good day and everyone seemed to enjoy It A title supper was prepared and enjoyed lust eveulug at the church ground role MENDENHALLS Chill and Fever I Tonic as- it general tonic for tiredIItl feeling and malaria 111 i aa Hartford Republican r attend according to Uw at th FMtoflle BarMordKyi aimaU matter ol tbt Mcond du C M BARNETT EDITOR Tx PaOrllChuzab 1ancMMO I oUCh a12aFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative V a Dean For Circuit ClerkE G Barross For County JudgeR R Wedding For County ClerkW a Tlnsley For County AttorneyC B Smith For Sheriff T 1L Black For Assessor Bernard Felix For School SuptHenry Leach For Jailer W P Mldklff For Sunfeyor C a Moxley For Coroner Dan W King FOR MAGISTRATE 1 Hartford DistrictB S Chamber lln 2 Beaver Dam District O E Scott B Rockport District John H Miles 4 Centertown DIstrlctJ C Jack eon G Rosine District M C Cook 6 Sulphur Springs District J 11 Graham 7 Fordsvllle District C V Mlles 8 Bartlett District Xo nominee Now that the North Pole has been discovered we may expect announcement that Mr Bryan will lecture there at an earlY date It will not do for Dr Cook and Mr Roosevelt to return to thE United States at the same time T R would turn green with jealousy over the attentions which arc likely to be paid the Pole discoverer The Louisville CourierJournal winds up a lengthy article on the race problem with a declaration that the ques tion will never be settled until all the negroes refrain from voting or vote the Democratic ticket The Republicans of our neighbor ing city Owcnsboro have nominated he thlSIfal1citizen than A J Williams and he will give a good account of himself as Mayor of that thriving city The Louisville Times has manifest ed considerable solicitude for fear the Burley Tobacco growers will be divided Into factions The Times Is evidently getting ready for the next State campaign However the tobacco gro ers will remember the fight which it made against them last year together with all the other papers in Louisville Senator nradlt is content with the great service which he ren dered the tobacco growers of Kentucky In the United States Senate this spring in the effort to repeal the tobacco tax but he Is now making speeches in favor of the pool through out the Burley district Senator Bradley has won a warm place In the hearts of the fanners of Kentucky by his efforts in their behalf The people who attend the Ohio County Fair this week will no doubt notice the general Improvements whie have been going on in the city of Hartford during the past year The I own has improved its general appear slice and many new buildings have been erected To use an expression of one of our cities the oldest pioneer would nut know the place should ha return to Hartford some fine morning Louisville Democracy must be in desperate straights when in order to enhance their chances to win in the city election they must resurect the race question and on the stump and through the press scream nlg jer The people have been worn thread bare with this sort ot claptrap and we very much mistake the temper of the people of Louisville J t they will suffer this sort ofcam palgn argument to Influence them to place In power once more a set of eleotlon thieves and grafters We ore rather iproud of old Hartford this week Most of our citizens have obeyed the orders of the Council und the request of the Commercial Club cut their weeds Nand cleaned up1 their property so that the old town with Its new railroad splendid electric lights and water works presents a- very attractive and uptodate appear ance While Centra City is being Joshed by some of her citizens fpr Tier uncleanly appenrancq and dlilpldn ted condition the streets of Hart ford are free from hogs cattle and other pests nnd we expect our jvlsltj ore who are with us this week by thousands will return to their homes 3 fi with a good report of tfigood oldI NEW town of Hartford r ADABURG jSept 7Health is very good at this Waiting The farmer are about through cut ting tobacco Mr Lonnie Owen who has been con fined to his bed with Typhoid fever for the past three weeks U nobet ter f Mr Tom Hamilton began his school at Bartlett Monday Mr Hamilton Is an accomplished young teacher and we hope him many brilliant successes for such a worthy cause Miss Eva Martin began her school at Tanglewood Monday Miss Mar tin Is an excellent young teacher and we feel quite sure that she will endeavor to do all she can In promoting educational affairs It has been the report for quite awhile that Prof Scott Ambrose M D Ph DL 1 D of the City of Taffy Ky is aiming to get wedded to Miss Sallie Wrinkle face a dusky little maiden from the CMklll Mts But now the Prof has changed his mine ana doe no intend to marry her The reason the Prof says is that the sweet little Miss told hint If she married him that she wantedto make their permanent home from whence the came but Prof Ambrose told her that he was afraid to makchis home in such a cruel place Catskill Mountains they might kill him also Most of our young folks attended the ice cream supper at Mr Harve Smiths Monday night I Little Edna Shown daughter of Mr and Mrs Hosea Shown while climbing small tree the other day fell and brok her thigh in four places The last re port toe little girl was resting easy Miss Ella Green of Owensboro has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Sanford Green returned home Sunday Mr Scott Ambrose whose stomach has been troubleing him for sometime is better Ordinance- An ordinance for the reconstruction of portions of Clay Street in the city of Hartford Kentucky The City Council of the City of Hartford do ordain as follows Section 1 That the pavement on the east side of Clay street bo recon structed so as to conform with liu grade of the street as It now exists so that the said pavement when re constructed shall tv on a level with the center of said street Said re construction to begin with the proper ty of the Hartford Warehouse company and extending thence along Clay street as the pavement is now laid on same In an easterly direction to the property of C M Taylor and frou thence to the property of tile Madl sonvllle Hartford S Eastern Railway Company to the property of G W Bunger on said street and from I thence as said pavement Is now laid to the property of J E Davidson Said pavement to be of the same width and dimensions and construc ted in the same manner as the pavement Is now constructed and the same as ordained to be constructed by ordinance of date 5 day of October 1909 and to be constructed in the same manner and of the same material the same foundation as provided In said ordinance Approved September 3 1909 JAMES H WILLIAMS Mayor of the City of Hartford Attest GEO LEWIS Clerk r FAIRVIEW Sept 7Scll001 at this place Is progressing nicely and with a fair at tendance I A large crowd attended Sunday school Sunday There Is some talk of closing out our Sunday school at the end of this quarter Bro FrYb Is holding a protract ed meeting at Cedar Grove near here Mr and Mrs C V Christian cane Run visited Mr and Mrs J D Myers andfamlly Sunday Mies Myrtle Brownd Roslne visited Miss Eunice Wilson Sunday IrWalter Myers Is on the sick list Little Mitres Lorena and Beulah Wilson visited Uttle Miss Lorena White Sunday Mrs Amanda Crowe Louisville re tumcxl home frlday after a few days visit with heir parents Mr aid Mrs W H Acton Bchroader Mrs EWe Myers and little son Byron and Miss Annie Myers spent the lay Monday with Miss Bessie K Acton Miss Bessie F Acton Schroader visited Mrs R B Wilson Monday evening Miss Oma Camp and Morbra White Salem attended Sunday school Sunday come again girls Mr Robert Myers and family visited Mr George Wilson and family Sun Lay Rev T J Acton visited MrRufus Boyd Oundee Sunday Bro Lawrence of Beaver Dam will Mold a protracted meeting at this lace In about three wekes Every body come THELMA ATTRACTS IN TEREST AT OPERA HOUSE JiS r Wonderful Feats With Handcufjf i and Other Feature lg Acts r J 4od LeiatThelma is baffling large wlthlier wonderful feats of tlae manipulating of the handcuffs and oth r feature acts The GrlfflthThelma Co made Us initial appearance at the OieraHoucb and gave a performance The house was packed to Its capacity and there was not a person present that snot mystified with the acts that were pulled off Tine net with the handcuffs on the arm and the Llnch muff placed over this and then strap ped around her waist was one ofthe features The mall bag trick was alt so slick and quick In this net Thelma together with a little toy is locked in a large mall bag four locks being used Thelma leaves the bag and the boy is left In the bag which from nil appearances Is In the same condition as it was when the curtain teas drawn over It with the boy and Thelma on the inside The boy was asked after he was released from the bag to explain how Thel ma escaped and his explanation was that I do net know but she got out The act that was executed In such quick order was the platform act in this Thelma Is placed on a platform and a largo bag placed over her and locked on two sides of the platform A committee examines it and tries to raise the bag It isfast and hard one of the committee Is Instructed by Prof Griffith to grab his hand when he gives the word and to do It quick The platform on whichThclma is stll resting is pushed into the cabinet the word Us given to the young man to grasp his hand and before that cad be done a change has been mnde so quick that the youngman grasps the hand of Thelma and the curtain is pushed back and Prof Griffith is in the bag on the table which is still THELMA1 locked to the platform The spirit cabinet Is another great feat and one that causes much laughte Thelma Is tied to a chair one of the men Is placedinthecajilnet with her and when the curtain is drawn bock after bedlam has broken loose the young man has a sack effct thing tied over his head Thelma Is still tied to the chair Prof Griffith gives some clever de monstrations of the slight of hand art The dancing handkerchief the drinking from the bottle from which is drawn a guinea prig and the manij pin of the cards and the little balls ore all clever I Tonight Thelraa will escape from tie straight Jacket In plain view of thft entire Audience and tomorrow night she will escape from the packing boxProf Griffith invites the police and county officials and any one to bring their handduffs along and will give hnndcuffherIn addition to Griffith Thelma pal mer and Drew In their Comedy sketch caused much laughter Also Ametn Jansen In her singing act pleasedy RENDER CentralW M Likens was in Central city Friday Jas jHardln was in Owensboro Sats urdayMr arid Mrs Mack Dow l1 of Mer beer Station and Gee Woods ossla Cant Chief of Police of Central City were hereSunday Mrs liubort Clark visited in Dean field Sunday W BB Alexander of Central City and Sidney Williams of Hartford were here yesterday 1 JM Reynolds was In Hartford on r f r- rr 1 J1 L l t I 1lI1 v r 1 1 Iit1 tA liii u to1 1I 1I t f r I 1 ftfAI61l 7 lieviing tliat the People ofentucky t1r1 r 11r will lie interested in the organization of thev r J f f J 1 rt p fi 1 Citizensj i i Ii j NationalrA j tdi I 1 I fIfI Life C L 0 h I as4 l r7 1 4 o InsuranceCompany 01 I r Believing that they WANT such a company belieVIngt that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for dt its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the i 1 amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting I subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each weekix or First week August 2c I 1O6960OOt1r z S V 7 r Total Second week August 9y 1 20024000 V rt Ii 01- r p h i i1 3 Total Third week August 16 f 34500000 tt t err c Total Fourth week August 23 yk ti I 46946000 j 1 ri 1 Total Fifth week August 30 j it 60170000 yj J Total Sixth week September 6 E 73822000rIf you are interested fill out and mail this coupon W H GREGORY REPUBLICAN OFFICE HARTFORD KY Louisville ICySPlease send me full information as to the CITIZENS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY t t Name Address business yesterday Wm Cargal and Hubert Clark spent Labor day In Central City Mr and Mrs John Schwandner who moved from here to Germany 11 years ago has returned back here to make their future home Mr and Mrs Schwnndner are good citizensIMcDowell Fair arid moved rrombereto Soddy Tennessee where Mr Fair has accepted a position with the Soddy Coal Co Joe James has a severe case of tonsllitls at this writing Mrs Jno Haskins is on the sick list at this writing- D W Williams of Soddy Tenn Is Visiting in this community at this writing Mips Verge Cob of Sacramento is the guest of her cousjn Miss Nelly Harris at this writing r Simon 8tephneshas returned home from the east where he had been sojourning for the past 3 months In the following cities Is Philadelphia JYUllamsport and Anthracite region of Pa also In Atlantic City he re improvedMrs Owen Hart has returned to her homo In Evansvllle Ind after visiting her sister Mrs Frank Hooker for several weeks Old Render ctlll looks dead but there Is hopes that It will soon tome to lire again ourJ shoulders to the wheel only 2 months from today the election Notice I shall postpone the county teachers Institute until the last of September as Dr Willis baa urged to too excused from the date a greed upon and previously announced Ample notice willI bit glvea every f teacher of the date I fixed JAMES M DEWEESE through Line to Madlsonvllle The announcement that through trains will be run from Loulflyllle to Madlsonvllle over tpe new Madison vllle Hartford and Eisfern railroad Is of Importance alike tp the citizens of Louisville and to the residents of Western Kentucky who are situated along tide line of the Toad Madison ville and several other good towns in that region heretofore have been lack Ing In a direct railway saUleto LOu isville The now Uric therefore will be a time saver and a money saver for those who have occasion to visit the States metropolis od business or pleasure There should boa similar avjng in then tranapora =ion of freight That Louisville will bp profited by the new railroad goes without saying The line penetrates a large section of country which has been without rail road facilities Us completion will mark the building of new towns and isses1throuband already there pf 4 opening of a number of new mines Those already in operation are prepar lag for Increased output There Is tlm ber to be cut and It will require mills and mento cuUt Railroads attract t various enterprises in tho devleop ment of the territory and in the conduct of these enterprises there will be a demand for supplies with a direct line to Louisville there is every rea- Son to believe that Louisville houses will secure the lions share of the bus ness wetpomothisconnections Thcoperatlba of tfiroliglii trains to and from a4nvme prom ises to be an arrangement that to the pleasure and profit of Koptuckf lans at both ends of the line =Courier i Jourjial Edlorial fNoUThe Ar Si of E stock cnitSute will make another shfpmen SeptenK- ber 7 Any member In good standing notify Idi k L BTICHENOR i t SILAS STEVENS i JOHN M 8HULTZ flNew7 The new catalogue givingfull infer Poration concerning the educational rnalledjonNormalBolIagGreenKeJ J a- tr t ti r A f I r I 1 I YOUR f hJ jt FALtP E t of i rYSUI i tl r ik 1 s ttartford Republican to i IDA Y SEPTEMBER 10 I IIInolsCentraIRatlroadTime Table At Beaver Dam Ky i iNorth lrnund Sunlit Honud- f Noln due 403 am Nol21due1155am- Nol9dueltaop m No 101 duo 248 pm- 11oleldne48pm No 131 dur845 m School Days Are Now At Hand And this Iatc remind you that w- eIt t 4 have a fresh and complete stock of all kInds of school supplies Tablets Pens Pencils Ink Rulers Erasers In tact everything needful ln the school room And you cant beat the prices anywhere for economy ltdWe1e Here With the Goods Also When It comes to anything In l the drug lneAll kinds ot Patent 1 i Medlcineafor every dlseaso flesh Is heir toand our prescription departs meat was never snore comp eteandI ready to serve you A full Sundries such as Combs Brushes Syringes Soaps Dentlrrlces Etc also auppllea for the baby Give us- a call Well treat you right and save you money t Hartford Drug Company Inoorpornf d Skirts nt FaIrs t New Fall Clothing at Fairs IJ New Fan Millinery at Fairs Fine Fresh Fish at City Restaurant Bsy your Boys Bch09llsultatFalrs i 1kf fee Our dies Suits A CQ I rtBuy your new ta11Suit from B- arfj rdW D and Fish Sandwiches at City f 5- l ve my wife but lob you City i lltAuranU Stht ol Books and School Supplies f at New Drug store flIrJ BTapP t harmoved to bin new residence on Madison street tclitXL I Jj f What about it Our new Fall Clothing is now ready for your inspection We want to show you the most uptodate line that will be in Hartford this seas on We mean our celebrated Sterling BENCH TAILOR ED SUITS Calland see them 1P Lnl ReadyMade i Genuine CocaCola at City Restau rant Now Silk and Woolen Dress Goods at Fairs I The PatricIan Shoes for Ladles arc at Fairs I Cheese Sausage Crackers and Cakes at City Restaurant Burro Jlp Shoes for Men at Fairs Every pair guaranteed See those Shirt at Barnard COs They are findl Fix for the Fair Your needs sup plied at Barnard Cos Oval Top Buttons made ot your scraps at Danard Cos IlIrs C E Smith who has typhoid Is getting along nicely I Fresh Oysters at CityRestaurant I and served In most uptodate style i IWe have new Shoes and new Hats for men and boys CARSON CO I love my Hatnand Eggs but Oh you Steak Mealsat City Retthurantl- We have a nice lotot pound prints 40 yards piece IGARA tine assortment of Ln4Ies Tailor ICosLadies see Fairs new Belts Neck- wear Gloves DeUs and Collar pins AU now I 0Fairs arq s oVlngf thg Fall Mlllln cry In readytowear1Jat Call and I See themJboro Is the guest ot her cousin MIss Zella Nail I Mr Y Jones and i6ti Owen ot Co ralvo are risrtlrigMI Joaea slater In St Louis Mr R P iIer ylslUd his daughter Mrs P Jons at CeraNo last week returning Sunday Mrs ollMuJln of Frincetop mad Is the guest nhJtertrlster MrsBlanche Tones atjCeraWt Mrs Flaylus and daughter Miss Marie the gueds ot Mr sirs Z W tgrifin andI Miss Mary Hell Kln811leYI of mote hasaccepted a politioa as clerk In Barnard Cosstore l Miss Euva KIththeofCeralvo has accepted a position in the Rough t RIver Telephone o fce here- Mr n W Sodyx TennI s vlsltlnK his p nen d Mrs + J Wuiam oftw city t Mr W D t1rk Tatty call 0 See us wtillC lit town yesterday WindowBhadeaa any size Halts horn Rollers DARNARD CP Miss Katheclne Evans Gcorgtow Ky lathe guestot Mr and Mrs wal- lace Riley NIce School Bag with each 100 purchase at Hartford Drug Co Incorporated CROSSTIES WANTEDFor prices ccall onor address O T OBannon Hartford Ky 7t14 Best place todoyourshOpping while at the Fair Is at Falrsthe Dry Goods people New Millinery arriving Want a- readytawear Hat for the Fair Bar nard Co have them Mrs P HUnit Whltesvllle is the guest of Dr S JWeddlng and Mrs Julia wedding city It you want somethingtomake you feel good clear to your toes try an- bYiitr meow at City Restaurant City Restaurant le better prepared than ever to teed ttjo people Re member that when you are hungry Mr O M Sethert and family of llrsSelbGrigsby Miss Carrie Coppnge Huntbolt Mo Is the guest of the family of ller uncle and aunt Judge and Mrs RR WeddIng Mr thin Wallace and family of Central City are the guests of Mr Wnllacs parents Mr and Mrs San T Bartlett Ofr and Mrs Geo Bridges Charles ton Mu and Mr J F Vickers and wire of Owensboro are the guests of the family of Mr J W Ford Born to the wife ot Mr John W Taylor Wednesday morning 1211 a fine girl Mother and child doing we and John wearing broadsmile Mr tad Mrs A C Yelser attended the burial of Mr Yelsers uncle Mr Tom Yelser at Utica last Monday Mrs R M Thornsbery and MPs- Mary Barnett Owensboro are the guests or Mr V G Barnett near town Our Fall Clothing for men and bars has arrived and we are able to fit you up In firstclass style CARSON CO Mr PD Tweddell has resigned his Position as clerk In Darnard Cos store and tins accepted the positim of mall carrier on Rural Route Xo 7- Mr T IL Marks who has been absent from home and stationed nt various several months has returnee for several months has returnee home Mrs John E Pendleton and daughters Miss Ouldn and Lucile Talala Lc dean Territory are visiting the fame lies of Dr E D Pendleton and Hon II P Taylor IMr md Mrs Elmer Little and Mr Gunther Petrll of Owonsboro vis- Ited their relatives Mr Louis Gun ther and daughters USES Henrict- to and Margaret Saturday They camp over In their automobile Mrs W P Render and little daughters Mabyn and tabel have returnee to their home ut tatnnzas after spending a few days at the bedside of Mrs Renders daughter Mrs C E Smith vho Is quite sick It you want something new foe the great Ohio County Fair visit us We are just opening up a nice lot ot Ginghams Sultlngs and Wool ens CARSON CO Mr Roscoe Render former Deputy County Court Clerk here but now holding a position In the Internal Revenue office at Oweasboro Is spending his vacation With his old friends here and ut MlltnnzullI IMr e E Morrison returned last from a prospecting trip out In the Oklahoma country He met sev eral former Ohio county people out there and says they ate doing well and sent regards tp old tAds Chas W Bennett luu 4as been via lUng his pareuts Rev and Mrs R D Bennett left Wednesday for Nashville to take a class In chemistry until tile opening ot Ournell University where he has accepted a position as assistant In chemistry Illessrs William A Miller lIlI woodland P Miller Louisville paid pleasant call while In town last MondRy They were former roI- sdents Of Ohio County eons of the late Robert A Miller Horse Branch e- RhymerYesar Tlnsley Roy Hea- Vin and Douglas D Felix have gone to Lexln ton to attend the State Unl- YCrslty Mr Heavrin went to Lex ngton Sundays and Messrs Tinaley tad Felix went Tuesday Mrs Otto Martin will leave later on this week 1r N Darnett CaneyvlJle R J Barnett union City Tenn prot U q Barnett Demott Arkl1nd MrS 10 D Rogers Quincy Ilalaois Are at the bedside otitear mother Mrs lmanda Barnett just north ot town vlro Is In a critical condjtion from- 1eaSt tflUure r s Mts Polly Crowe Owensboro hI- vl1Ung friends In Hartford this week Mr M HGall vay Irvington Ky- 4e vis tang friends end relatives In Hartford this week Mr and Mrs George H Griffith Charleston Mo are the guests at FordI 1ms rented the Etore house ot Mr J E Fogle and will open a general store October 1st Miss EmiH Whitesville Is among the many outottown visitors whb are attending the Fair She Is the guest ot Mr and MreAlex Bar nett on Frederica street Monroe Ashleywhohalls tram HopI kins county was tried before Judge W- D Taylor Tuesday for seduction and held to await the action of tho grand Jury It you wantsomething w for the great Ohio County Fair visit us We are just opening up a nice lot of Glnghums Suitinga And Woolens CARSON Co Mr G W Martin and Miss 1lzzle- May Vlach were married yesterday afternoon at the residence of Mr Steven Mayon lover Union strHt May Virgil Elvin officiating The con tracting parties are popular young pee Pie living at Utica Dr A D Riley has leased from- MraM uggle Griffin a smill section of ground near her residence on Cen ter strait on ttihieh hu Is having erected for himself n nice office The strvctule will contain two rooms and a hallway and will be well arranged for his professional work Mr G B WillIams who has been I In Chlc1go several weeks under treatment for stomach trouble returned home last Saturday Whlll quito weak from the operation to whIch he sub mllttd while In Chicago ho Is steadily Improving and his many friends hope to see hint out on the streets In a short time A series of meetings will he held at Taylor Mines beginning Monday night September 13 The use of the i large new school lJUlllllng has been kindly granted us in which to hold I the meeting Christians of nil de nominations are cordially Invited to cooperate In the meeting and feel free and at home ltev W T Gor- dont district evangelist will assist I VIRGIL ELGIN I Owing to the threateningweather conditions last Tuesday tlio Baptist Sunday school postpsnel their ICli cream social until next Tuesday night Sept lath All who were at school last Sundaywtll be expected also thus j who may come nxet Sunday will be turnlshed a green lag being the sideI i i which won the contest on tine white tags by 111 to 75 Regular preaching morning and nightIThe store house and burnedI Mr Sam Smith at Ceralvo last Thursday night file cause of the fire Is unknown although there- was thought to have been heard an- Ilplosion I ot sonic hind In the store just previous to It The loss was about 00 partly covered by In I surance Tile Mock consisted or dry I goods acid groceries Doth buildings were good structures and the loss ou Mr Smith Is quite severe- The little son of Mr Elder DOeselh which developed a severe case of- diptlneria last week nt the home of Mr and Mrs John TKlng Is now con IIldered out ot danger Dr E D Pen ileton performed n very delicate sur- gIcal operation lnerting a tUbe In the throat of the little fellow which gave It almost Immediate relief and saved Its life Dr Pndllton has made a wonderful reputation tall over Ohio county for his success In dlptherln Out ot nine severe cares he has only loss and his success Is considered a marked achievement I1otiee to Stock Men All persons having steers weighing Over 800 pounds for shipment will please notify the undersigned at once S L STEVENS Chwu A S ot E Stock Comm- itteePHOTOGRAPHS i Get your photos made while attending the Fair Schroeters Floating Studio will be at the landing just above the bridge and Schroe ers new Studio is still on the nap at Hartford above the Hartford Republican Having the two Galleries here we are better fixed than ever before to serve the crowds which we usually have during the Fair Dont wait until the last day to I come if yot can help it We will le glad to see you at either one or both Galleries Yours truly TEE SCHROETERS jl n 4 e I II TIMElYAHRIVAU I Our now Fall Suits Nave Arrived Came in just the right time Cooler weather now makes them look good They are good too I They are snappy and stylish beautiful fitting qualitieslike- no others We can fit you in one of these new suits at a price which you are willing to pay Come in try them on You willnot be importuned to buy But we want you to depend on Barnard Company II Hartford Ky rWHE IN NEED OF IANYTHING IN THE Furnit re and BonseI I FurnIshIngs CALL ON US Prices the Lowest Goods the Best Terms to Suit i Scliroader Co The only Exclusive Furniture I LIHouse in Hartford 0 JH LOW EXCURSION FARES TO- Louisville and Return Via THE HENDERSON ROUTE On Account of the KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Tickets on September 11 to 18 Return limit September sate 20th 1909 further information ASK TUE AGENT Call on the RepubHcan foy Fine Job Work iIT r Ii r- i V e v a i t THE BUFFALO J Good Surveyor and One of Our First ft RoadmaVer The beffalo was a good surveyor It did not reason out why It should go into certajo direction but Its sure instinct took It by the easiest und most direct paths over high lands and low to the 8I1lt licks and water courses wblcb were Ita goal The authors of The Story of the Great 4nkl s Edward Channing and M F Lansing ay that the buffalo observed something like the principles which today govern the civil engineer An roan as the explorer landed on the southern shores of Lakes Erie Michigan and Superior he came upon buffalo roads or truces Somethuer these were narrow ditches n tout wide and from six Inches to two feet Hefp trodden down by the Impact of thousands of hoots us herd after herd of buffaloes had stumped along In single file behind their lenders When the first path became too deep for comfort because of repeated travel the buffaloes would abandon It and begin n second path alongside the first and thus the frequented traces would be gradually widened Again nn Immense herd of these henry animals would crash through the forest breaking In their rapid progress a broad deep road from one feeding ground to another As this route would be followed again and again by this and other herds It would become level and hard tin a rock so that there was great rejoicing In plo neer settlements when the weary road makers struggling with log causeways and swampy hollows came upon a firm solid buffalo trace Nor was this OS jiDcpmmon experience The line of many of these roads is followed today by our railroads and canals ns It was followed by our lop roads and turnpikes The buffalo followed the level of the valley He swerved round high points whenever It was possible crossing tbe ridged and watersheds at the best nat ural divides and gorges and he crossed from one side of a stream of water to the other repeatedly In order to avoid climbing up from the level after the fashion of our modern loop railways ONE OYSTER ENOUGH He Swallowed It Alive and Had to Kill It After It Was Down A farm laborer from the Interior on his first visit to London dropped Into n small oyster shop where a number of men were Rating raw oysters The extreme satisfaction displayed on the laces of those about him created longings of a gustatory nature In the new arrival who edged his way up to the counter In anticipation of eating a real live Juicy oyster It was the first time he had seen an oyster and he became at once Inter ested and when the shellfish had been finally uncased he proceeded to bul ante it on the end of his fork then with n look of extrcmu satisfaction gulped It down Great Scott shouted a man stand fag near him You havent swallowed tbe oyster alive have your There was a horrible pause That critter will eat right through yon shouted another By this time the poor countryman was shaking with fear and horror He commenced to have terrible pains In Ills abdomen and was soon doubled up Jn hU agony He begged some one to- go for n doctor to get the thing out lie continued to grow worse when some one suggested that he take a dose of tabasco sauce which It was claimed would kill the object that was creating such terrible commotion In his internal arrangement Ho grasped the bottle with avidity and took a draft Ills condition which before had been alarming to the viI tim now assumed a serious phase to the perpetrators of tbe hoax The man gasped and choked He became black In the face and tears were running down his face when some one thrust a bottle of oil into Ills mouth and be was forced to drink copious drafts The effect was magical The oyster was evidently dead He became more composed and when he finally recovered his breath he said We killed It Hut when that darn ed stuff got into my stomach that oys ter rushed around as It a shark was after ItLondon Scraps Spoiling the Show Showman I dont know as we can give any kind of a show this after noon Assistant Whats the matter Showman Thnt fresh kids been In the cage of the man eating lion having romp and the critter is as playful as a kitten tbe farmer wo rented tbe sa cred cow from India from says tbe money aint payln him for the Toss of his milk route and tbe wild man of Borneo says hes got to have a day oft to register and see tbe police pa fade Baltimore American Convincing His Chum Johnny In the gardemFatber father look out of the window Father putting out his head What a nuisance you children oral What do you want now Johnny with a triumphant glance at his playfellow Tommy Brooks wouldnt believe youd got no hair on the top of your headLondon TitBits Only Lunch Have luncheon today Nope Thought I saw you going out You did but I bad lunch not luncheon I only had 15 cents to jpend Exchange LetuR pot talk 111 of our enemies They only never deceive usHous 1U1e t tf f Pl Srr Vulture earl RtUr An odd battle between a California Vulture anda rattlesnake was WI- tnessed In the Cocopah mountains of Lower California It vas In the early The bs bird bad seized the snake behind tho head and was Btrufc Kilng upward with Its writhing deadly burden The makes cuptor appeared aware that Its victim was dangerous The burden was heavy as the reptile was nearly five feet long The grip of the bird on the snakes body was not of the Wet The snake scorned to be squirming from Its cap tons talons at least sufficiently to cn able It to strike Its triangular fiend was seen to recoil and dart at the mass of feathers It did this once or twice and then with a shriek the vulture dropped Its prey The bird was probably 500 feet or so above the observers The astonished men were then treated to a spectacle seldom seen Few birds but a vulture could accomplish such a feat The Instant the snake escaped from the birds clutches It dropped earth ward like n shot and like a shot the bird dropped after It catching It In midair with a grip that caused death At any rate the snake ceased to wrig gle and the vulture soared away to a mountain peak to devour Its hard earned meal The Distinguished Guest Captain Ilnabe was a man whose name had weight In the French caval ry He was a tall man belonging to the middle aged trooper type With military qualities of the highest klud lie had a singular bearing a savage sort of misanthropy and n cynical tongue which stood In the way of pro motion When he was In the Sixth lancers on garrison duty at Com mercy one of his comrades brought his father to dine with him at the officers uie s n man of humble posl tlon and unpretentiously dressed Cap tain Ilaabe considering that this guest had not been Oily received gave expression to his opinion saying that If the executioner of Commercy had come In evening dress he would have bad n better reception The officers demurring he made no rejoinder but shortly afterward came to mess with a guest whose dress was Irreproach able Every one lavished attention on the unknown When dinner was over Captain Ilaabe raising his glass proposed the health of the execution er of Com mercy A Clever Acrobat- A diverting anecdote Is told In An nnls of the Liverpool Stage of an unrehearsed episode that occurred at the Hop a cheap but popular place of entertainment A troupe of airolwts were engaged and one of their num ber gave a single turn In which he displayed his skill as a champion weight lifter Somebody however on mischief bent changed one of the fif tysix pound weights for one made of cardboard The strong mans vision was Impaired by the loss of one eye but iu this instance not unfortunately so He took tho first and second weights and after having manipulat ed them he tool the third the one mado of cardboard Realizing In an Instant what had been done he as quickly decided to turn It to his owp advantage by throwing three flip flaps while holding the dummy weight Ho was greeted with a perfect round of applause and the audi ence declared It to he the greatest tent they had ever witnessed Not Built That Way For the first time the old lady was about to moke n railway Journey and when she arrived at the station she did not know what to do Young man she said to a porter who looked about as old as Methuse lah can you tell me where I can get myticketWhy he replied yon get It at the boklng office through the pl geonholeBeing very stout she looked at the bole In amazement and then she burst out In a rare Go away with you you old Idiot How can I get through there I aint no blessed pigeon London Answers An Arrangement Approved- So they have reduced the number of trains that stop at your station Yes answered Mr Crosslots There are only two a day at pros entone to take us to town in the morning and one to bring us back at night It must be a great disappointment Not at all When we get a servant now shes obliged to stay at least one day KicHnge Hard to Choose Why cant she make a choice between her suitors Well one of them Is n press agept Ills language Is very attractive Out the other Is a traveling salesman and he treats her as If she were a bi- gbuyerKansas City Journal Badly Expressed MabelJ dont believe you really meant It when you said you were anx ious to hear me slug Sam Ob I assure you 1 did You see I had never heard you sing beforeLondon Pick MeUp A Good Example Father In a lecturing mooil You never heard of a man getting Into trouble by following a good example Son Incorrigible the counterfeiter 08torAnllcrIPtI I should think Mr ncctcmf would keep rim walking the floor They down But they keep n debtsI hill collectors walking the stre Washington Star M F A Human HI Cwed lh Urn t At Gape erwa a leg through pfolnlahee itt fci with a tullit19Vu lion atelYcatrtlt it Wes seen that the brute was putting the trainer through his paces rather than being put through creeplagthe thoroughly unnerved man aid the door of the den fixing Its victim with two rolling yellow orbs of flaming ferocity and sawing the empty alrVlth Its tufted tall us It crouched pro ata tory to springing Many Then among the audience used to the ways otWlld beasts saw and comprehended but only one man possessed the knowledge and the presence of mind to avert the apparently inevitable Pursing Up his lips as though be were going to whistle bo emitted n hoarse low rasp- Ing hiss The beast heard and under stood for the sound was an exact im itation of the noise made by the giant constrictor when its huge body is coiled for the throw that never misses that never relaxes and that no benstIof the field Is strong enough to stand Again and yet again therau cons sound rasped the stillness the angry brute drew back its bead great eyes grew small and dull ItsI hackles rose and stiffened on Its and It cowered whining on the floor of the case She Was the Champion A colored woman of generous pro portions was on the witness stand and she mode such a good witness for the plaintiff that the attorney for the defense planned to throw cold water on what she said by finding fault with her chnrncterIed havent you the attorney asked in cross examination Now look aheah eald the wit ness getting angry do you think Im goln to tell you all my private busi ness I guess not I have the right to know and you must tell me the lawyer persisted end the judge Instructed tho witness that she would have to answer ls rested for llckln my husban she said her eyes flashing That sox said the attorney with great satisfaction What Is your hus bands name She told him What is his business Hes a prlzefigbtab she said and the cross examination abruptly ended amid general merriment Indianapolis News Going Some Yes sir said old man Braggard as soon as I see them birds I went Into the houFe and took down the old blunderbuss und pegged at eu and by gorry 1 brought down tbutty birds to one shut Can ye beat that Yaas drawled Uncle SI Peavey You know Bill Wiggins frog pond Yes said old man Braggart What of It Waal I went down there the other night after sundown to shoot a couple of bullfrogs with my old shotgun said Uncle SI There was 0000 of em settled on them there Illy pads and I just lifted that there gun to my shoulder and let her go Spose you did said old man Brag gard How does that affect my bird storyBeats It all holler retorted Uncle SI The minute my gun went oR them hull darned fi000 bullfrogs croak EIlItarpers Weekly Take Life Like a Man It Is n pitiable thing to see a young man whining over his lot In life arid excusing Indifference and faction because of hard luck or some cruel fate which has put stumbling blocks In hiss wayNo matter what your environment or what you may be called upon to go through face life like a man without whining Turn your face to the sun your back to the shadows and look the world In the face without wincing Make the most of your situation Set the beauties In It and not the ugly features This Is the way to Improve an unfortunate environment Success Magazine Old Time Salutations It was the custom In France In the seventeenth century to kiss a lady when saluting her and continued in common usage In England for a hun dred years later Royal salutations In France required extreme formality One saluted the bed on entering the royal bedchamber and In approaching the apartments of the king nil head covering the skullcap of priests 11n cluded had to be removed In salut ing queens and princesses one kissed the hem of the robe One Trouble Less I have had Indigestion all day complained the man with the bay window totbe poet Do you ever ant for from Indigestion Indigestion Is largely due to eating isnt it asked the poet wistfully Yes said the bay windowed man No said the poet r never have 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make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY t r Diieotorche cewiffiey Circuit CoBrtT F Wrkliwid Judge JilenerJKftllx Master Com I OI e T1 Move lWtlriSheriffBnitchtev we Ashky Jw Martin fhelMonday mondayInCounty Court W B Taylor Judge W ff Tlniley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes Urea Monday In each month Quarterly CourtBoclna on the third OctoberTUeadayoay In Uctober Other Officers N Moxley Surveyor Khreve s IV Leach Assessor Ri noyJame DeWeeseBohool Superintend coronaJingoJUSTICES COURTS IiJuneW P Miller Horse BranchMarch 26 rGWM September 2S December 27 SJunZISJuneHerbert Render CcntertownMarc 30 June 29 September 29 December 30 31JuneHARTFORD POLICE COURT OlemtCltyAttorneyCourt convenes second Monday In each month MayorGeorge urer R EL Slmmerman C M Bar GrtftlnHOOker MCroweBanwtt and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES thirdSunday7 p m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray eveningRevUaptlit Church Services held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and 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sIde of Male street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation Jaffecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S X ANDERSON JOHN n WILSON CHAS M CRows WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining cou ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to coJoctians Office on Main 9 opposite Court House laalleountrletioraotee j THAT PAY adnrusnumsrand modal pbote or ikrtch tar rRCCrrri a0OeldeBook 1 StrtWASHINOTON I KILLTttCOUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew i eweANDOt1ABAKTUn UTI8J1AOZOj OK MOSSY BEBTTHDED d4d- awimngorpDArDDpCeICNDDdaeeem t narkwTtittorfawnryahdofim r 1Ic1lnfrlnpmlllt PracUes txeisdretl writ or come uu513 Xlatk line yf UnlUi tUtnTaUit S 0I00 of WASHINGTON D C 4- F r 4 A PRECOCIOUS DOE- r The Wonclul Futa Na Perfermid- s orJoaephJffmon- Ii Xhere Iaa story that le told ot Jti- seph Jeftersoa and thsboys that bad ItappeardNew Iberia who owned a very Intelll gent animal and be was most anxious for Tfr Jefferson to see an example or- 1r his prowess Accordingly he brought him to tbe and put him through btevarlous tricks which were remarkably clever When tho performance was over Mr- Jeffersonr expressed his appreciation and wonder at what the dog had done but added that he had un aulmnlthat was even more remarkable As the gentleman seemed to be In sums doubt I1S to the truth of this statement the dog a dejected stupid looking beast was produced and Mr Jeffersou ordered him to go Into hits room and bring hldn a shoe Obedltntly thedog trotted Into the house to presently rlupppor with the shoe In his mouth Taking It from him Mr Ierrpraon putted him upon the bend and told bin to return to bloC room and bring him the slllllIr fur its left foot And mind you bring the lert one he cnulonid us the animal trotted awayWhen he returned In a moment with 1tbeleft slipper the gentleman could express his ollonlIIIIUIIII but Mr Jeters1n waved the muller Indlr- ferently IIslllo It Is nothing sold he However we Will nOw try something II Iltih more difficult Then hrning to the dog he spoke to hlau very slowly ottd carefully Now go Into the library said he look upon the JutlulII SbloJr one the right hAnd side of the room IUIII you will see a Bet or Dickens Urlll me the setnnd volume Itlmlmlwl now the second volume not the tlrst or the third but the second When the dog returned In R few moments with the second volume In Ihlt1 comparison with such II prodigy hl4 own much vaunted uninutl Wild little better than an Imbecile And I may add that Mr letrersnn enjoyed the joke tully as touch as did the boys wino nccordlllg to u prear ranged plan had placed palh llllrlI- sle article In the jwodlgya mouth A9 to the prodigy his one IIclUmpllllhmpnt consisted of trotting into the hUlISP and trotting out of It ngainNevi U Renshaw In Bohemian Table Mountain At Capetown in South Africa where the traveler usually has the Ii tilt 41glimpse of the continent is Pestle mountain r magnificent natural rnrl tAosity which rises behind the city to height ot almost 4000 feet end hat nlbrpi top about three square 4 miles In area Its rlpmblunlt to a huge table Is so marked that the dense clouds which collect At times nround the summit lire referred to us the tablecloth A pretty little tiwer which Is found nowhere else UII earth grows on top while on the northern side of Its base Is a slnillarly nm tree popularly called the silver leaf ttreeL The Slow One Would you he said after they had been sitting In the dark for A longtime be angry with me It I were to kss you 1 She was silent for n moment then In tones the meaning of which was not to bp mistaken she repllld Why do you suppose I turned down the light nn hour and II half IIltoY Lad yet he wondered poor fool how other young men who had started fIr In the rear were able tu pass him In the race of lite A Chronic Grumbler Charles Lamb tells of a ehroul grumbler who always complained lit whit because hp had so few trump By some ertlflee his compantonn U UI- Ittg1 toox the cords so that when bl dealt bp got tbe whole thirteen oOIhll to extort some expression of satlstae- tion but be only looked more wretched than ever as he examined htt hand 4tVeJl Tom said lambharent enough this time Yea grunted low but re no i other cards Not Desired Raving ot enormous pains gother length breadth and thickness ahpilt right the woman heaved a slap of rP IIef No fourth dlmlnRhll1 IImlf If you please alb ereloldtrkL with I unmistakable feelingtSome aver that thn f q1tne tpintL Is not attracted by metapbjilcs nuy- waylPuck SiwtzV+ rr Precedent Will that young man evciJtohome demanded tine Irritated Bead f I OC the house 41yl guess so father replied the ma goneWashington GustDOeetyour yWn smoke lIttle boy asked the inqulsltivrt stranger I guess not replied the bad boy UoJocsnt lock up his clgorlDer- olt fTee Press ti A Useless Rule I1chlng her hridgeWhen In dubt Its n good rufo to play trumps SineBut thats mist It wtlen hw In uhtJ dont know what tlrtrunyt ts- Ihlladelpbhq Record I t r wheq r a womanthinks she Isi WQrtli her v inggld otttile 1 iA r hate to get tool stout ihlindelphlci- I Record i SUPERSTITIONS They Play at Times an Important ok In Human Attain When SirCharles Napier had coo quered Mebemet AlI be toand It1m- possble to force or coax the wily Egyptian tntoalgning the treaty which Only would make his victory efectivn- Re bad nineteen lnterviowa with- Mebemet l In which theEngllahman by turns argued Oottered and threatened bill antagonist who listened day after day with the same Immovable smiling countenance One day Sir Chance In sproklnt of England said casually that It was governed hy a lucky woman A strange OOllh passed over the pashas countemnnce but he made uo answer All soon as Napier had gone lIpbpmtt- l1nt fur the English consul who was an Egyptian and demanded You were to London when the Enl Ilshh queen wab crowned Were the omens bad or good fAll good You think that good luck Is writ ten on liar forehead I did not think upon the matter before but now that You ask mo I bl- lIee that It Is When she asked Allah to help her In her work her eyes ran over Allah loves the Innocent No doubt of thnt tlulll Mehemet anxiously She must be lucky Early the nest morning he sent for Sir Chnrles and signed the treaty EnJlllh power and English canton be could brave but not the luck written upon the forehead of n good waDI- nn whom he had never seen Genernl fnrdonlI rllnnrknbl Influence over the Chinese was In II large degree due It Is stated to their belief In his extraordinary luck During the Talpln rhelllun hp was followed by nn nrlllY which did not comprehend either his nhlllty or his religious zeal but which believed that he was protested by nD Invisible being who led them to victory No sword fluid wound him or bullet kill A certnln- binck ebony cone which hI rorrllll was supposed to be the mngle tnllsDlon which brought him victory and Gen oral Gordon woe shrewd enough nl ways to carry thlll cane when he led them Into but tieIThese superstitions seem absurd to us but they show tllllt time ignorant men who holll them believe In an Invisible power who cnn give good or III fortune at his wlllLondon Truth MAN EATING TIGERSI The KIlling Methods of These Terrible Brutes In India The theory that a mon eating tiger Is always nn old tiger moro or less toothless and feeble which has found the strain ot catching vigorous wld game too much for Its talllDlt strength has been upset by the baggingof notorious man eaters which were found to be young IInlmllls In the full prldo ot their powers And It Is likely that the taste for human flesh Is passed on from mother to child tbp tigress herself a man cater teaching tier cubs to hunt IIS site hunts flow terrible a thing n mean enter may he CUll be judged from the fact that R tiger generally kills pvel18Ptond night wbllhlr its Quarry bo mD or beast Having killed It makes one meal that night then drags the carcass somewhere Into coyer and more or less conceals It as- a dog may hide a bone On the next night Its habit Is to return te the same kill and It Is In that second visit that the Jnunter usually tlnds his oppllr- tunlly It is not the rule turo tiger to return again a third time not because It Is above eating carrion but seemingly It tires of the COIf IIII which It haq already twice mumbled over 1hlls l1nl tiger In India has been known to kill regulurlylts fifteen IIU- thCII II month with almost mechanical punctuality Another which seemingly did not tonOne Itself entirely to human OPlb devoured an average of eighty people men and women for sl1prnl yearn while yt another Is reported to have klllpd 12T purple and to hare stopped truttlqon a public road fur ninnypeeks Them base been both English sportsmen and lilt tine sblknrls who have accounted for their bundrld tigers and upward but many a tiger hAs klllld more bunion beluga than soy man has ever scored tigersLondon Times A Reasonable Request ArObella o iutitl old IJIllyunll ns he- flnlsbeil hits dinner I um going to aekyou to do the a favor I wont you- to give your young mnnMrMrj- Vhntshlsimmta mpKsage tram me r Arnbella blpsbed and looked down at- herptate TPI him the bluQ old millionaire lvgnt on I bat I dont object to his gasbillsslag the morging paper away with him whpn he leaves London Answers Force of Habit Jm surprhded that you should bt so Interested In watching those silly dudes Force of habit I guess Im presl dent ot a rent estate Improvement company Well Welk tbeyre a vncaat lotCatholic Standard amt XlmesIa Lost and Found Found ndolltr yesterday Lucky boy I Not so lucky In stooping to pick It up l dropped cud broke my eye glosses Innsas City Journal Transposed lrlggs 1bl doctor sldl must- Lthrnnauj tceryttiing and take t sea Toynge RriggsUnt tbl lot lJttoti thp lIolfocdldn hoeBoston Pran- sc5lpt u A Parable About Free Hides It ti estlcnated that theIPfarmers wilt lose 31667000 by free hides put the Iowa Insurgents dtdnt voto for tree hidee Oh no Once a man was walking along the road with a party of several other I men There were some lean cows In the road and they looked with hungry eyes Into some small but rich pea tures just large enough to keep In good condition the numerous trine which were pastured therein And the man said Let us cast down the fence and let In the hungry cows But a second man said No this Is my pasture and my own coWS will starve So they left the fence up And they came to a second pas turo where there were hungry cattle within And the first mentioned tuna said again Let us cast down fence and let In the hungry cows1 But a third tuna replied No this my pasture and my cows will starveIsI So It went until the first man desired to throw down the fences flOIll the pastures of all the men In tile group and finally they came to still another pasture but tile man was silent Whoso Irasture Is this the men luquiredt Is mite lie answer ed And they threw down time fence lawn City Republican Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA MANDA Aug 31Health In this community Is good Farmers are busy cutting tobacco and making molasses Several from this place attended tho lee cream supper nt hickory church Saturday night All report a nice time Mr Vlrge Trail and family of- Mcfienry visited at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr Cleveland Baize and family vis- Ited Mr A 11 Stewart last Sunday School Improvement League The nllletclIltll School Improvement Leagco convened fit Vest Nocreok Sept 3 1909 + Attendance good Officers present foUl absent two members present sixteen absent fourteen Owing to the absence ot- SergeantatAllIIs Mr L M Ward Mr D 8 Chamberlain was appointed to till his place Minutos uf last meeting read and Our Distillery is located in the heart of the worlds greatest whiskey produc ing District CountyKentucky Old fashioned whiskisniade in I j an oldfashioned wayat an old fashioned distillery Try usthats all we askI approved Opening songThe Lifeboat Opening address by Irof OtIs Car son fSReading The Leading HandMlss Rosa Dooley Stump speech Pres J P Foster subject Reflections ReceessSongOn Jorllans Stormy Banks Debate Resolved That Ignorance and Superstition have been a greater curse to the human race than Pride and AmNtlon Affirmative Tyner Westerfield Filldla Foster Sherman ChamberlAin Prof Otis Carson Negative Robert Davis I3elva McCormick Dudley Westerfield Pres J P Foster Judges Messrs Ernest Ben nott D S Chamberlain and Ira Ellis After the hearing ot a very Interest IDlY discussion decl3lon was rendered In fl1o of two for affirmative and one for negative The committee on program did their best to wards making a more interest big ono for next meeting so we are gled to extend to the public II speciAl and cordial Invitation to bo Present with us Friday nIght Sept lith- DEIVA McCORMICK Sccy Republican please copy Convention Program or the Oaptlst Sunday School Union to be held with Cool SprIngs church Tuesday Sept 14 lli0- 9IaODovotlonlllEld H D Burch 1000The True Object of S S Work Lid J W BruneI 30PtIper OrganIzation of S S- Eld O M Shultz l1The Jators Duty to the School Definer Williams 11i How to Irapare and Teach the LessonW M Fair 1200 Kor- n100Iow a Good S S helps I- ICllurchEd R E Fuqua 10Annual election of officers OoUmlctlts to Old People of a aRev John T Case Iller 21 ow to Secure Efficient Offl- crs and TeachersEld A U Gardner 300Time OutlookRev JasTCnse bier The lust halt of the time assigned to each subject to be used for gen tl1l dlselsslon Every school In tho- Assoclathn should bo represented i INO M E W FORD Committee No7 Sth Nelson Co by the OEO Memphis TnDo La n r e N In or as you I Moo Roo Rye Beat In our Stock GOO per PIRya Baltimore LOO per gal While Label Rya Straight Rye Wblskey 260 per PIJack Dean Nelson county Kentuc1q 260 per IraEarly Times Nelson County 300 per gal Jack Daniels Straight Tennessee 260 per Ira Greenbrtar Robertson Old Foz Ksntudky Bourbon Whlskn Only UO per PIApple Brandy Co 4200 to 400 per gal Peach Brandy 100 to 600 per pIRock end Ryef 200 per gal Peach and liooey 200 per Ira Itolland Gin Imported and to LOO per gel 800 per 1111fIO Alcohol 2o2C300 and 400 101 Ira j omit Franklin Thunty 400 760 1100 Fanndale JetTeraon County COO 760 1100 Red Rock Rra Jetrenon County Kelltuck7 U08O 1200 r J N eleuducss is teas than hall the battle A mID may a clean stomach clean bowels clean bloodr a clean liver and clean clear healthy Drs these di makes a mans insides clean and healthy It cleans the organs makes pure clean blood and clean healthy flesh It restores tone to the nervous ylem and cures nervous exhaustion dprostration It contains no alcohol or drugs 1 Since ltf4f the year Ko ers Uros originated bearing the trade mark UROGERS BROS has been renowned for quality and stamped on forks spoons and fancy serving pieces is a guarantee of and exquisite design assuring long and satisfying Any article of silverware marked 1 184 ROGERS be further patterns MERIDEN BRITANNIA co Meriden Conn lnternaUonal Sliver Co Sncceuor u on 0 RtdDlatlllery Olstrlct Kentucky Controlled IL OOODMAN COMPANY SuF PaducahJty Shreveport EvanevWIluL III New Orleans Dist 281 YouPaytheExpress Paokod Jugs Bottlos wish sratLIncolnperltaLJackPIRoberUon PIRedgalRedWhiakey Grefnbrlu Distillery ratGuckenhelmer PtNorthClermontDbtBBng ClermentDJsnBingCo GenevaGinIpuorted BottledkBaud Whiskies AndereonConntyrentuckls11WN71400Jack Taylor Kentucky 1sol100EarllT1mH r- Va AGeMZ1Z Outside Goodhealth ayiIIthoughts blooddisordersbloodConumptlon Pierces Gol3en Medical Discoverypr- erenta digestive habitforming PelletsSilvgr Plate that Wears 1 electrosaver- platingsilverware wearability beauty 1841 ROGERS BROSTE heaviest plating perfect workmanship service BROSmay selectedwithout investigation catalogueU Call the Republican for Fine Job Work INCORPORATED Jo To Our Customers Every drop we sell conforms fully to the of the EverydropIf you are not entirely pleased from any cause return the goods at our expense and your money will be refunded We understand the advan tage of prompt shipment and maintain a night and day force at nit our houses We spare no trouble or makg ments by firmexpress anti antee delivery of orders For the benefit of the RE HANDLER we bottle whiskey listed ten shortmeasureIpints or twenty regular gallon rate We will ship four quarts of 200 goods assorted Personal checks accepted when sender Is rated in IDun or Brad street otherwise send registeredlettersilver in the open mall BuYing whiskey by mail is- largely a matter confidence Wo want to trent you In a way to goodwiJl+ p 0 n e S 0 thIngs we are to gain and hold your patronage Geo N CO Rat Arty lank or Express Co We intend to make every transaction so satisfactory to eachcustomer that it will be a pleasure for him to give us his business Yourmoneys worth a square deal thats our idea of the way to make business ours is the largest business of its kind in the South VG ISRNNCI1 nUUSES Paducah Ky 201203205 Lower Secnd Street Cairo Evansville Ind La long Phone Sherwood Maryland Domeetla200 Kentucky requirements shipI money doponding Goodman goodand We Paythe Express Old Cable Kentucky Bourbon In Jugs only200 per gal Drookdalo Itre Straight whiskey In jugs only 235 per gal 11 r sal 3 rd Old MelIaney whiskey 100 proof Pure Straight WhlkeJ290 s75 t50Smoky Mountain Corn Whiskey 100 pro- ofPweStralahtWhtakey250 650 825 CIb Sets IhhMonogram Bourbon or Rye250 175 700 FawndaleBourbon cr Rye 600 676 860 Canadian White Rye + 660 675 1000 Crescent Club Bottled In Ilond 400 760 lLOO Red Rock SpeciaL Straight Kentucky llourbon 450 860 1200 MOIl Rose Rye Deet In Our Stock 660 1060 1600 Apple Drandy Clermont DIUllInlt Co 900 675 860 Peach Brandy Clermont DlatllllDIt Co 300 675 860 Apricot Drandy California + 500 675 800- ApricotDrandylmported COO 760 lLOO LIncoln County Tennessee ape his 860 FOR THE liREHANDLER All Shlpmonts In Plain Caso- or Cask Expross Propald o lie thaBottles Sown Tennessee Whiskey unlabeled 100 pints200 1900 Nelson Co Ky whisker unlabeled 100 pints 2700 240- 0PrivateBtockfyelabeled10061nG2000 2760 Shady Springs Straight Whiskey 100 pinta6650 6000 Old DomIIIion White R7eloo plDta 3760 8100 1 J s J R a j 01l7c i L r 7 J Nodm IAir8i- SepL j 6Mosttothe farMet ar throUgh cutting tobaccos rs Sam ttgeis nos 1IJtlli Dy tMs tirliln t 11ti9sea dettrudoand yedaTarlot4- are 1 going otii big sho alt Qwn f Ii Mss Davie Greer left to tiiay4tat tWesterfield where she wlII1l ggiatht r J fall term of school 1ffir Chas W Moseley beUIsch441 at Greer last Monday Mr Robert T to pf lrm ff J A Edge anddri Irepropltrlng to tnt asbranchhousQI Ma Di O W Edge Sill V181- tcd his nth 1K F Howard g f- Littlo Sunday oIteriiom Miss Oludy Taylor Is vIsit Ink her grllndll rents Mr and Mrs Fra kTaylar this week The Rw htariford preacltcd Mrs llar r Rol Ids funeral utrtllis place filtplSunday r IrMrs Jes Crswe sou and Ot Taylor letf for en8fJoro today Mr nod JIr John L Wado leas the guest of Mrr1 and Ms II C Qc Sit urday night and Sunday McM nil UIOI ypaug folk fpom Ire ntcigolng to attend the Ohio Corn Fair I Mr Leslie Oreer IlltcIIIl the ball gamo at Suljlhur Billings Suurdly nr- i tlrnOOIlIWo nrc expecUugnactxier wnljiag- 9n our neighborhood soon PALO Sept iSehoul Is progrobsing UICDly at this place Mr John Hunger is vory sick 1vili- retnhiug fever Moss Ida Floonor II UII the sick 1s llyrtlc the little daughter of Mr Tom Tucker fell from n window Sun day oventug anti brtko liar arm D- IllcDpwell or IHtIUIlt was IUJllmII- ItHI i druaed the wound and she is illytt a nwt- 8fIId8D08 at Palo Mr n M wife and ljhlor Jingo visited reiatlu tyt thIs place sttarilay and SInda Ma Nautili ltiues and Ildr n E I nud Lillian Jfrs Miry W 1Lft1lndchil drntl lire SaUe Mntlen and daugI d Vitas Ora visited Mrs W X Coy Sua day venlng- Sovoral front here attended the speacha Jug at Sulphur Springs Saturday The A S of E met at NewLlhorly Tuesday night- Everyone is preparing for the Hart ford vale to p I 11f If 11 t lIE GRIFTHELMA COMPANY I i f4 1 Presents t4fgf ClaesVaJ1de llt It ii t r jtIf rlet At the Opera House Last 3 Nights this Weeks J The First of the SeasonIn clothes is like the first of anything elseif its good its apt to be a source ofmore than usual satisfaction be cause its first The first man who goes out of this store wearing one of our new suits or a pair ofour new pants is sure to get a lot of pleasure in it He will be better dressed than the men around him He will have a distinction in style and fashion thats quite unusual Hart Shaffner Marx Have produced for us some of the most stunning creations we have ever had to offer our tradeThe new grays are excep tionally attractive as wellas the checks plaids andstripes and other pattern weaves We are ready to show you the new clothes for fall Suits 5 to 30 Pants I to 6 Youths Suits 350 to 10 Child yens Suits 1 to 9 E P BARNES 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