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Digital page images are linked to the text file. kt J n i Uiub1ican 11Fme JoWork DEVOTED TOTIlE INTERESTS Q1 LL fIE EOPf BF iilo COUNTY Subscription J per Year r t Qt 1909aT No 9 J 1 b OPININU OFL J ST fEfAIR Prospects Bright For Be- sFeirin nIStQiy s g Senator Bradley Starts ThingS 7 Humming With Interest Ing Address Toe seventh annual Stat Fair Was opened at Louisville Mondays morning wlth every prospect for a successful meeting Tho grounds have been greatly improved and the facilltlls for caring for the crowds and fur the J stock have been Increased sJnator- W O Bradley was selected to make the opening speech and lie measur eel well up to the occasion Upon being Introduced by Commissioner of Agrl culture Rankin he Spoke as follows it Is a source rat pride to the pro pie of Kentucky that we have such h A fall as this The grounds the mag nltlcept buildings and all the stir roundlngs are iii keeptug wIth the State and the excellent officers e the assoclntlon are entitled to thanks of all our citizens thuI Yon are not here today to hear llticai dlscuBllons So much the better for ehlvc had too much oC politics and not enough of business I1thls State Such meetings as ths are 01 great moment to thetarnh- i lug and other Inoresta of KenUCl y The farmers nt last are the bone and sinew of the State When they aro I r prospering tho wllJte State prosper3 I when they arqsuffering all suffer The two first pursuits of man were farming and shepherding Hencothey are not only the most an1lentbtt1h most honorable One of the greatest troubjts we have today Is that young nhen by the thuosands turn their back In contempt upon the farm In orer to become preachers lawyers and doctora and iii many instances good farmers are ruined to make indltfar- enr preachers shyster lawyers m- drltiJ quack doctors The health of the PeQD1e Is In constallt danger fromI the excessive number of yOUng tr tTtr Ihes and liberty In din II ger oniccount of4tlto oversupply of lawyers and their Iuls placed 1 jeopardy by rensoti of tiiO ver7lo- tofpreachers v Tile command of the Savior It Iq due watho go Into alt thbavridiant jtleaclftq BRPi + 114fl7tSx 3t Jl1rUS bpremembered It Wits not ills com wand to gu all the vdIIU and- t rrreItC l ptthpSp8t1eJ 4 1 The fanner ot is very din t root from thdtarmdrl J tIUys it- Jt JI7tdI Its qharnter JrrJ11 III1JIQ + JIorI determined iQ Governmen- tltruugirs J its splendid Jtgl9dUlUicaiIje- ltnrtme tt gEoi IYntl if ie flu m ttI njJPJrIments ireof the bright yuong fe lows gro ng u w illaoatiaa 4 hemaelvktu this lionorable Rvocatfo more cu tM0f spIrthe sire tni ma farms NIienfij18 I s sotautJrocesalbn MteIees4 ed QaA ter In1Wrt13lIe4ple of J hdsb lit other- tateshndMlatiht1 JHtr 131 Qlhyae JJl nRctlIla1 Xalla rasqfr901- settIe 0 ffUIIR ertarvt1f tUCk Iris whlc isxeryt I + iI t1ndtral9plant h them to otherStatgs This Is trult r ful ogood1esulte forwI1 r4 1r ib 9Cintt clt rofO agop8 tthrElUSesrl ttmhe lde dcBgQ ltU1J of tfl btof11 tI Mate FThyn afire mJl13tfme CQme r o d tAlin oitR bQ k mad rl some 3k L i jgfrl a extr ter poo lertruewe haVe fnulta bnt these are pbecured fxt rIII k 1 v t f i Lp t 1- N and even thepo tau1tlbave extonul tingcircumittancea This indeed e a goodly sand and there Is nojJeoplo PrQuder of thelrBtnte than ours 1V think our graae Is thq greenest ou- aunshltie the bilghtest Our water th purest our mountJitlls thee most beau earthtI 1Yo gave more fluor spar more hem and tobacco than nay othe- State The lntq law passed by Con grass hag us grant nsslstanc a in all these materlql Interest Tho farmers tobacco has been made absolutely free it the opportunity 1Ii taken advantage ot ty the farmers l will oven a new avenue trodo had bring thorn thousands of custo mora that thSy have not had heretofore This combined with a wIse and proper system ot pooling their tobacco so that they instead of the trust can fix the ptJce will cause the tobacco Interests to thrive rte they never thriven before and Instead of the trust creating night rIders and night elders brInging reproach U110n the State wo shall have a new err ot prosperity and good will such as the old Commonwealth has never enjoyed I shall alwnya belldve that one grln cause cf file War WIlS that tho people of the cctlons did not know each other by reason of which the 111eoplo of the North and South looked upon other with susplcon and dls trust We did not then have the sys tom of travel and tritnsportatlon w now have Wo did not then mingle at WI now do and out of thIs commIngling of citiinship the 11jI- pIc of the whole Union now know and trust each other The Northern Ynnkee Is no longer regarded fig a vender 0 wooden nutm midn dangerous an fm l and theSputhrner Is no lunge Iesteenetre eater We hays learned to respect admire and even lope Inch other Tho time hls come when all tile cit Izens of this r nt Republic know and feel hat It isthw most wonderful country on clods footstool Inhnblted lJrtrlovlngIUlf closely tog lhcr and kindle anew the tires of IJrotlllrly love Ohli River by III a l channel and the time Is not far distant when the cars WIll bl speedln- along JIll borders nod the steamboat shall bF p1wpg Its waters In sight Of each athetuh tiileil wIth rich a ropiM n1his Indeed means much to us It means the IJrlnglllg of U1auufuct Ones htoJ CIQfCbL TEtlmlolCwltbtho eat a of ho antI Sportailonti ri1nIlPortaUIYlttneaJJfI ttuie r t ealtenstioh 0- trttdelithdthaGtha grc9f larlictJiof Icomnherue I will bo thrown open t 1 u rJJattnea o 11t btbltosnlfarbOAand eved1opidea H c th workfainon it mca hotgci l- bolter rind IMrd prosperous delgl+ klorbodsuDdSplg41er qI41t1yllP 4In- creasph r opportunity and lower cost V 1C it fttbahf ihht the vhlu6 of hp ea and lands will advance and th bpptunity for renldnerattvo em ploIl will be increased sit meIns that the city of Ioulsvlll will Improve far beyond anything I Jt a c CtlSrJtlihCthDirttllrnt w lLqo n rrr Jt I ev y pr sperous to every b fltred tr I dit ces- nl t tjJtan best of al an r ejiist lul moraland ltd A- tlonalhIt46t1is1 ssg J2 LetVetelcptssm6tt t 1 ed- to b Udua 9PJhi aU tee if- YdttrE tiyen e andn nUIt ako ldl 1fI1HUPQcliiIl1i nd- rtHISelrrilatrirliflt dlitutR chit ld It ottIc Iof thl association I now declare this ttli rmdTtJM I dt Y 8 endaYdhetflnt DrtfdJCeatuclt ltGe 6glbrthQ6ll dJirVjtc intermfitf heYlLf 10 efffOfi I lJpOI meon vb hw IOw o IQtBoor f k P ZWr sNIJr4lnt elsue m p i l btJl iilitiiV u 00 oT SJl- fl r i INNOCENT MAN a j PRiSOe Dying Man Sends Confess Governorr Life Convict From Ohio County May Be Absolutely Innocent On last Saturday Mr E G Darrllss Clerk othe Ohio Glicult Court reculy- ed a letter item Governor Willson concerning a mutt who was sent from Ohio county to the penltentldry ten years ago and who If reports bO true Is serving nllfo sentence ns a Innocent man Tue following IRthe letter rlcelved from Governor Willson conLuIlllng the ono received by him front Springfield Tenn Frankfort Ky Sept 10 1909 Mr E G Darrnlls Clerk Ohio Cir cult Court Hartford Ky Dear Sir I have received ht an envelope post marked Springfield Tenn alut ter copy of which Is as followlI Springfield Tenn Sept 1909 + Governorllcro III one thing that o- man I will have to confess Thera Is a that was convicted and sent t prison and he Is not guilty If tho charge I ant the guilty man notI I swum false ngdfnst hint and utti him sent there and the reason I am- r tolling thl4 I Ilont think I wJII Uv another week she Lorry has vela me to make my confession to the world I two men to swear against him Ithat had never seen him before ant1 reason tl1ILt I did that I had seen him with some money and l ask ed him to tend me twenty dollars nnd Lo would not and I hrle open that car and stole some clothes and II found lint and told him to keep Ihem until I came back and I went arid lint hint arrested and he gut life Ifs hilI been there bettlre that Ill got life Ills nmf Is George Elllers1 lie wady sent up In 1900 from IIarttert Ky and the lord knows that If dont die I will come to althoughs I dont think that I will see two more drays If I elont God Is my helps apt I am sure I not hivo die d without tellliigg someonethat I hove done lbo a sent I pr onlny dod bo wllI1hu antI me Yours truly lOll joW cbx It reads 11ke tl geitufne letter nnd- i If tt Js onuJlle it tnguns flint a- r nhifn 1i lu tloajtentttallary pran tifonspiof whph lie vnsnot hu01tqand Wt mo any fTJOlIIin f fi1t 1i JI t tinItN e r l n tah1 n 011llielierl nqulry ll v lbat was W1 List tAttrddtedndt + codlU t a p j I ln7lt Jr ll flikI jllln XPJ nnx haes dtnebultdswilltlfgt11oiy ndr- i dtiU sift Idst4i iheft m Y41U 4t confer K11o Com tlth rney it n ry Yot 111lWuGWIfuiflJitUJ th bIiR lir4gylthg erteedTh tMh b- lailfnltTii 1 9 ffMtt 1ternOgVtAnvph Nl n ri Kri eathrftr nth In t d uitfg t1t1X- WgYfM t ta iti HIliIT Iiit hat odr dlIO c rglng F f eakliltht4tptNate n n n- rt legeeaaliaCOeorke Errs ha beena-nd convicted oti two former far l AihT gentenced to the penitentiary jJ cpsNiowBltU t fcaolla rltjt179m 11 I l the uitJ3ratchi dttauti stittE th4 metP roM liJnlJJf1eU was of Clerk of Court at the time thisrprgseeutlon was tried butI hv 11iiIthMr ileavrin who was I II a Coitnty Attorney at that time and lie Is of file opinion that rstla wllB Convicted on the ovldenco of Cox caNn of Cpmmonwealths Attorney together wIth t roilY of the judgment sentencing Estis to the State prison Yours very truly i E G DAnHASS It Is not Infrequent that person a have been wrongfully convicted and If Cox Is now telling the truth It ould seem that Estis although net o a very good rlputatlonls now sere Ing u lire sentence In the penlten dory as an Innocent man Tills nil goes to show that too much faith can not bo attached to witnesses wilt turn states evidence and their testimony should bo taken by Juries with n great den tt allowance SM Fine Horse Flesh During the rIng exhlbltlOtns at th faIr last week many floe specimen 1or the horse Were on exhibition anti oUmls It was n ditIcultptntter for the Judges to determine how to tlu Anespecially11r Alvin Rowe of the hint Rowe E Morton This three year ate mare Idnda lleadloy No 4042 grad tinted at the fair having taken till IIC the strings that she could be entitled to under the rules nt this meeting btlhe took the following prenilunut SllIlllle ring Saddle and harness and bindel rlllg defeating older animal whIch had been shown a great easy antes Tit hare was fJxhlblfed by bt- St r b1 Dexter who deserves great credit for the manner in which ho handled here FOR THE BUSY READER Tho second trial of Patrick Calhoun pre+ Ident ot the United HalwaiMho was Indicted on several charges of b lbetywaa to have been resumed In San Francisco after no IntrrrupUot of three weeks hut this court con cloned the cusp until Monthly The Missouri Kansas anti Toxat Ill11 will expend 4000000 to- Ifrclght r tcrmlnnls In SL LouIs accord lag lo the report of President AI II Jollne to the beard rat IlIrlCwrs tutuyt city y cstcrday Gov Olassc0ck of Wcst Virginia has announced that ho Js In favor u tin Income tax sunendment to tilt Fed eralcConsiihdion and will use ills In- Cluenco to III lilt next State 11018 to ratrrrIich au amendment- AUQgxtfa sslpnof the Lggitalur will be called this tallttis tntldIjiTukfo clrtilesw pI- IInforntMln tlovtrtlIncnt mittterstin + t eBaronKbgaru TILkllblra ItJJltnelo- I to the lTnheil Stags who Noe called Tcino to confer wilh fOWaUchiStJapanese Ambnsrader ilt flat rvlf sgcccea int as Ambassutori- i i Thdgrnds earnfngs of IhorIIrtf 1- stiPthfu1iltcd States for tbec r ending Jut90 1909 were 2137383 fish necordldk ttie flgur IIcbmpHq- dbf flit Buiteat otl Rahway Ndws lgd Statlstlcs front fileaitihthty reports of the Intcrstateeommerce Conmiss- T1i y o opcraUJ1fu were not 92776G 8L961475 and+ Thed90BLWerb rosI3rnlngiJ2l4 4 t40- Bf7rodEratfng ckyensed1d95101gIdtl tai U8386C1 laconic f6467243 bUll J tl J toil J rt t1D9atli ofiMrSo1Park1 I t DirbttEiti4dhy ark wtfi ottiflr tnh+ Pajkt df rIteekaf tlloll sit fierhb8 tutletouloiifsfejbfiliilPtfi + tiiti minslgrd t bufferei bttt- d8d 6tt4 d ISuUetIDg willf14hrlst achobitWohanja + r solf411Ir U1 being doslstefirttf- bll ohriigKJl bWlJi tljf Uhrtford1I She t eallld ardtYfbdr oalolilldrenltogfgottit terdlos dTl1 I tudl rat ifircroCtwet d+ loopUiictgfJ by Jt eVil Cnlimratl ffEJ c drcbruit- N l ekpbrilwbleb C h4i sftiilI tla tong bl1enw aftthttdtatlift govt fs tllt- angtnbnni attert whl0hsithJlSntiridb- fftGtglglIcaafihe Carln ibmetbrjr I I If itlnh ROtiCE- el New t3rn rfn1lqJrI frk1dRt11 bra aJn2AIre1H rrofl I Wilbur Hal oia T 8AO 1 SCHOOLS TEACH ESft AND DOING County Board of Educatio- Reorganized J J11 II Mrs Charles P Weaver Visited Hartford Monday to Attend Teachers Institute Mr Elmer D Allen has secured a good posItion as teacher In n village school near Durant Oklahoma A now school house has just been dlstricet near Deantieldtvhleh Is said to be one of the mostsuhstnntlal and handsaw country school houses In the county The now schol board will he made up liS follows Division No 1 I U Tlchenor Division No2 J A itch amy Division No I F n DaughnDI vision No 4 Tom McQuadr Division No G RIchard Plumer Division No G no election yet The trustees of Educational Division No G are called to meet nt one oclock p m lit Ceutertown Sept 18 to select a dlvhrlon chalrmlln and secretary rile County Board of Education Is called to meet lit HarUord at 1U oclock n m Monday September 20 11109U8S Irene Miller has n goad position lu Durant OklllhlJlntl turd enjoys the reputatloll of bfllllg otte ot the foremost trnchers of the cOlmtIrile legal holidays for Ientndy arefhunksglvingChrs was New Year and 1aliltigton3 birthday The trustees du not have the Uuthor- lty to give may other day The SUlerlntentlvnt Is negotiating with several Institute Instructors with reference to a date for OhIo county As soon as nn agreement can be reached the date of the Inclhnt will ho announced turd the teachers given no tiCI In his annual visit to the schools of the county this year the SUIIrlll- temllnt will exprct to rind the follow lug First nn active energctlc hardworking teacher Seconda cit an decta and attractive school houso anrround lags How ninny tepcherR intro etude som effort towards improving tin appear of the school house nad try sur= roundings7 I Ill Ctcil Iark will nt urn to Oklahoma III II few days lIc has II good th1SlUon near the Texas border Mrs Charles P t1eavor rupresentln the elleralkl1 of Womcnl dlubscnute tolartford Monday wlth tllt expcc- tatlon of the attgntlon t the Ohio County teachers to tile bon eflts v4 bl1 derived by the fonnatlinh- of schl huprovtment leag+ tes 1n every distrIct In the county Mrs 1Veatgr- has promised t return to the Iustt tutu and again lay her plan before It Mrs Vevvdr represcnt9 aself ser- iticing class o women tvbo ate de voting tilch time rind u1bnc1 td amok laudable undertaking with no hope of rtlaid xoellt theconEoClouNlrlM of duty well done The FedetnUb lit Woillons Ctabs htls spent 111 thhl cu- terprise about 4000 In the laist yejr tl aldJtherhral dcho4la ofKnhiocky A great deal of good hushlCn necotn- pllslled aiid the Suite stitiuld take up the work so nobly tdgunlJ these lddles tlant- jlttahany ot the States E4ttlytttbh r- Cl1rJly It on tola degr eorperttdtlon- and usefulness which It has atttllheu- 1timanyoE tiieS3tato r Every slasher and public spirited school watt In tho- sthtej shbuidurge the next Itg1da cure to tnako An dproprtdtlo ti iUyet h4 expouaee at least or these IlldleH who have tlnh so Muth cifthOtlt- finelinathottndtirtakingl ldhth cbu Sty fools a special debtbtjratlCude t td MrlhWeayerlnbd to tetlds1at td iThu- lnvitation tbecbidb Laojfu Uibtlnlrt- ltuh j i 11 1iIThe following telegram as ecelvttt- byiithp supetlntdndedt oNilchoolMdn day and as the institute WaL poSt = pylned It dwgtnttethe jubllc1t1 htl these columns n t to P IiowlingtGtideii tK9S tf41909- cflUachers + Instttuttifneaieor the Superintendent t The Wetsern KenWok1 Statt4Normnl real r itnq e4lucuWgpalc sup rise In cc Kentucky and JoIns you In the great work ot putting at the door ot every child In the land modern school houa sanitationIpersonalltlUd a business educational Intensity Wo hope to see many or TrustnGreet Ings to Normal students and all oth ors SIgned H II CHERRY Hartford School Notes School Opened this week with a to tal unrollment of two hundred and four PUpllli Nine new guplls entered thIs week making the total enroll ntent two hundred and thirteen Many country pupils are taking advantage of their oportunltles In securIng a- highschool education There Is room for plenty more let us till the hIgh school roost to Its hill capacity Parents are cordially rlIcd to visit the school and inspect tit work being dune there It you have a boy or girl in school lJo Intfro ted enough to como and see how lie or she Is progressin- gBabtist T Sunday School Meeting The Sunday school Union of the Ohio Co Ilabtfst Assoclutlon met Ilt Cool Spritngs church lust Tuesday nt 10 oclock After Illvocatlon oXlrcls conducted by the Paster H Burch the convention prucw dad tu like UtI tin regular progrnmnw Each subject was throughly dllcu8t1ld much interest Iolllg uu uifestod and a gout oral nwnkenhll nlonl Sultday school linos Thu nnnual election of orcclroil resulted us follows nr E W Ford President N A Brown Vice Pre+c dent W M Fair Sec and Tres The Sunday school Union meets every quarter and any church desire iug to entertain same will notify tilt Prollldont Dr E W Ford- SMALLIIOUS SPlit tSeveral front here at htided rile Ohio county fair Itt 1t art ford last Saturday Among thou who wont were Messrs J e Drake turd wife C ll Ross aqul wife 1Vnt All dington ttifo and daughters t i 4e3- Nnucye arts Erse Adthhgtnn I Helll wife and drlllghtfr Miss lIt1ulnb 0 W Ovorhults and wife N D Ittl- kerson S E lluntrr wlio aunt sun S E lIuntlr S T Hunter ant wife Irsklnl lIulltor and wife bike Sophie lh+ llIhulBullccknnd fautllyDud Allen wife nllll little daughtorCenr- gic May V 1 Murton Alonzo Frunoe und sous Millard and J IL airs Stlrl- GreCl ollses Onrt Maddox Altht- Addington Jess Kittluy Jim Ilondrix J C lUll and wife Mr and birs Slth Iunfl Whi have been visiting their snu and dltughter Mr and Mrs Owen Hunter during vine fair lit Hartford have returned home Mr Itnbett hunter antI wlCc Snhnl- linus and Me I IL Ovroll1llt and wIfe Kittle bPrtit Sunday the guest tlf olr and Mrs P C Wood nl1o Sunday ilr S E Ilutiterhns accepted n position ns watchman un tits V811 road hrhlgoat Smallhous Mr Jim HendrIx Jr UockJlort was the guest of his uncle 11 P Maddox Friday night and Saturday night Mist Mary Ann Tlcheuol who has been quite sick for Several days was better whenll1St heard from Mrs Mary KeistrlingEldon Mowlll leant on the nfteel1tl fora visit to 1entucky vIa St Louls She will lislt hercouslns Miss Mag H 1II1te- sltessrs J R Und S IJ Hunter and cnptilychere and Mee PtLWood eravO and otherxelatives hout before returning to her home letriha t1 rleCQx Infant duughtwr of Mr and Mrs Orlando COatMil + d- rathhbometngartlxero Septembiitb4- 09Q ggflkmputtta and twud3YS vT fi yr11 OutONI i1ft1- hJ Prai1 cir Id Allen Iand brnshr Eugene Allenittisinb were b guCts- ttotthb formtrsBlster iMrilltllhlull Ul1il MandaaudTunsdiay r I J 111111 John F AlleJil deft for CiM teal Cttn Tuesdaywhere shtt is- takingtthoAstaopathyt trecttmen- ttblrtiand bireiN JFaughCft young 5t childJagedalwubldiz nwnthsdle- l1ida yPaatYwna hurhedn It the home egtueteryr Saturday n Mr and Mrs Norton Youngs infant dhlldi died Tuesday and the inter meat will be in the Olaton cemetery to mOrrow Several from this ptaeo attended the Hartford t91r Tho irotracted mdetiug at Cedar Gravels progressing nicely S s- iY I1 r j 1 11 lIST If fa I yT f1- nW Wis N Try 1t1 laft ii F1In- JbL 1LL t UT Car x E Srtt L- iat m i C X EI- Gtf Jafrr arm I L Ir c- rh1 yr h mL- cnlcBlirD HfP5JS oGnta Tti 1 9aae iS1ICI IW J L or IJL Yra call IT me- 31c4s r = JJIR9 1Je J P 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dtaaer eoiaed t5rS- SDL wlos be was vleitlag s laaeleea You iteat 1I rialsI tbt middle 0 tie day Ycta atntgbcThe dar tw au bI8 maz tara to know tfHilward a i stisaltal bed bk itsa of the icy bfore lAW i JJ4watd taa JtB hill DIe aow the JUfereaee bspaaa dlaa r aU huei MIIrIYea bet I can said Edward promptly Lttcck Is the coral write- roc dsct gist enough to eat c no J J leJtral CIty nc Ia satutdZtY1Auction sales Every and light Congnments of Menchanr 4 dine solicited You can I fare and ssve big money BIG SALE OF CLOTHING NOW ON iz0 KING Auctioneer Central City Icy- s ssss ssssas ss IGOOD POSITIONS Dblshin ecntszctz backed by chain of 3 Colleges 391000- 00csi dl9yars sttaxesa to secure positions under reasonable con c5tiM M reed tttioII BUUKKEEPINGDraughons competitors bynot accepting concede that he teaches more e ct a e three taonths than they do in six Draughon can con TiyG 1 i5 cent of the United States Court Report DraughoniTeJegraphyhidDRAUGHOli S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE t uofuoursJ- i ETA TaLz PADtcuI XASH1UE ST LOUISSPRISCnELD MEMPHIS I Iill tltlttttttt-I if THE KENTUCKY f J Light and Power Co i CCORPOIUTED t+ + liihh WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT GUST f 1 I ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN AND SAFE XO HOME + IIHEALTHY + HOUSE SHOULD + I BE r THEM WHEN I Ii REACH I S Z ex+ tltlttIIitIII IlllttltJltIJIIIJ tN- iI FOUR CLUBBING RATES Tin REPUBLICAN and I uisille Hen 1d 135 THE REPUBLICAN and OOurirJournaI lCJQ THE RtPJJJUCAt and 5t Louis GlobeDul1ocrnt 175 TUE REPtBLICt and Ilamu mid FarD1L 5 tTHE REPUBLICAN and TwiceuYeekOwensburolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE rtEPuBut and vaiy VWCDSDOro Inquirer 325 THE RY1UBUci and TwiceaWeek Ohara Messenger l75 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE RLPUDIJC and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLIC and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 1 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN iD oco1 Color FlAIR lH 1r- AYRS s breulncDeatroo8 1 trteifI3K Ak1tlfr e fluirfeollZ r anm 6 Iti 1 THAT FrMUOArION IS MOST PROP EtWhich puts knowlc1ge in thll heady skid in the hiiict do11arsi Ithe pooket Our ootWae in b00 iJing business cwsto f shorthand yprlt1ng is eflorae4 try Mleifless men bocalse iti dr3Qblea ourr putrtte for positioriirtermftr611 1ocxxEARs 3trsiZs so1LEs1a t EVenft111e iaf e 1 Indianas greaUt ohoJ 6tueinss a- l r j 1 1 RCSS a r h l P 3 5ta a i- r e LIVES ONE HUN ftDRED YEARS i r r Isaac Brock Dies at the Age a of 121 Years rrf t- irNtKnew General Washington an Many Noted Men of Revo lutionary Period ti WACOO Texas Sept l1Isnac Brock the holder of all modern old age records died here today at the age of 121 Ho wasnot only tin oldest man in the Untied Statesbu- vlrlually as old as the United States itself He was born In Buncomb county North Carolina March 1 I 1788 twelve years after the Declara tion of Independence was written and one year before the constitution went into effect During his lifetime he fought in three of tho nations wars the war of 1812 the war with Mexico and tho Clcll VVar of 186105 Ho took part 1In tho Texas Republics war with Mexico and for Years fought Indians on the Texas frontier it is worthy of note also that in the midst of nil these conflicts Uncle Brock as ho was called found tune to marry two wives and to become tho father o sixteen children four by his firs wife and twelve by his second Mr Drock was a blacksmith b trade but hunting and trapping was his avocation Up to fifteen yearsN ago when for the first time his eye sight began to fall he was a famous marksman Sinco the time ho was enough to hold a gun he ha iused but two weapons Tho first o these was an old flintlock a relic of the war of the revolution He was remarkably expert with this but in 1846flndlug that he was getting behind the times hehad it altered so as to shoot with a percus sion cap In 1865 progress caught up with him again and he talked about buying a breechloader but his sons prevailed upon him to accept a modern repeating rifle and be eventually was reconciled to using this newfangled weapon lfBrock grew up among the freed his country from the tyranny of England He had seen George Washington in the flesh and was personally acquainted with 4 Light Horse Harry loe The pa triode zeal inspired by these assocl ations as well as a natural love for firearms led him to enlist with the American troops In the war of 1812 He participated In a number of en gagementsflghtlng both red coats and Indians but escaped without a wound It D After peace was declared Bred traveled to the Georgia frontier which was then believed to be iho American El Dorado There ho mined gold for a time but finding more mining than gold he turned his attention to repairing the tools of other mlnersan occupation In which ho made a good deal more money than they did- FOUNDED COLONY IX TEXAS l Jr After tho Georgia mines played out Brock and a number of adven turer pushed on westward to Texas tfien a Spanish possession They Set tied In the Nacogdochca district where after some preliminary bat tles with the lawless element that In felted the placethey founded a col ony During tho year that followed Brock was the hunter for the colony of ten families all ofwhom depend vj edujJOn his kill for their meat t It was at this time that he mar rice his first wife She was Miss LU clnda Caroline Hill a girl of the frontier They built a home and reared a family of four children In the Texas war for Independence i Brock made the acquaintance of Davy CroCkett who up to the time of his death he regarded BS one of the worlds greatest heroes He also become the personal friend and had the confidence of Sam Houston war riot and statesman A little later he enlisted with other Toxana with the American army When war was declared with Mexico mlnornengagements the onemya country and again escaped without a wound JOINS CONFEDERATE ARMY r It was natural that with the train lug he ha4 hint the breaking out of W the war of theaecesslonnshouldhlvetc 1 Ifound Brock a staunch Union man Nevertheless he was pressed Into the service of the southern Cotfcdo acrHe wits living then fn Rusk county Texas a hotbed of secession iVan Jt wi eas muchas n mans life woa worth to declare Himself In fay or of the North Despite the danger Brock protested vehemently against iv 6oryingt with the Confederates Ha- v ti + polntod out also that hewas oxempV i t1 f r cl y S 1 ed from service by hIS age Undine that he could not be depended upon to fight the Union the southernerss put ham in oWrge of inelr armory There he cast a cannon that was used In a number of battles Later at Galveston he was under the fire ofjtho United States gunboats biter Ute surrender of LecBrock k returned to Texas There ho came conspicuous for his services i the wars of the settlers agalnat the tl1do was still a master ofwoodcraft a tireless horseman and possessed of a constitution which enabled him to endure the hardships of frontier warfare better than many younger men SERVES AS A RANGER During those struggles he served JohnlB iIdied and ho married Sarah Jane Sparks a Texas woman rho second wife Is stlU alive During the peaceful years that fol lowed the pacification of the Indian tribes in Texas Brock took up his home at Bosque Falls near Chin Springs eighteen miles from Waco Ho hoot a big double cabin there which was literally a museum of historical relics The whole house was decorated with war shafts handmade saddles bows spears feather head dresses and other mementos of his weapons old letters the pelts of bears wolves and buffaloes the heads of deer and tire stuffed skins cowtthe Brock family bible in which win- Y recorded the date of his birth Near It was a cane he had cut from a tree standing by the grave of Andrew Jackson Uncle Brock was a dignified old gentleman and averse to notoriety agef IN AGE There is nothing meritorious about being old he was in the hnbW of telling wouldbe interviewers any more than there is about being young Its Just a matter of dlvfn and minding your own business He took a dislike to magazine oil tors some years ago because ono of them after having gone on a fishing excursion with him wrote an article overstating the size of a fish he had caughtNo trout ever lived that weigbe- s that much he complained after ward That editor made my neighbors laugh at me Until a few hours before his death Mr Drocks health was good Ex copt for his eyesight his senses seemed to be as acute as those of a man in middle life At 99 ho shod a horse all around and about ten years ago he was a witness Ju a Tex as court no question ever being raised as to the competency of his testimony He attributed his longe alwaykr life Plenty of weather seasoned me was his explanation of his years It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg write J A Swenson Watertown WisTen years of eczema that 1C doctors could not cure had at last laid mo up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and welL Infallible for Skin Erupttlons Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scald Cuts and Plies 25c at all druggists in Why TrGNaked Secretary Meyer atJ Newport luncheon answered an interesting question says the Washington Star Why n naval cadet asked do you always Bepak of the naked truth 1 Secretary Meyer smiled and answer ed There is an ancient fable and one very appropriate to this hot weath er which tells us that on a summer afternon Truth and Falsehood eot out to bathe together They found a cwts spring they bathed In the cool fresh water and Falsehood emerging first clothed herself in the garments of Truth and went on her way put Truth unwilling to put on the garb 91 Falsehood departed naked And t this day Falsehood weary Truths fair white robes ed that many persons mistake her for Truths very self but poor Truth still goes naked the Lurid Glow of Doom Was seen in the red face hands and body of tho little son of H M Ad ams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the poisoned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him Dutj writd his mother seven bottles of Elec trio Bitters completely cured him For eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Scores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters 1s su I premei OnlyCOc Guaranteed baIl druggists vvv tp- s J 1q l A I v Jq I j1 t N i TOBACCO GROWERS GIVEN NOTICE Three Associations Join In Themn Fooling Pledges to Close After Seqtember 30Stress Is Put on This Fact The Owensboro Messenger pUblish- es tile following interesting story embracing a Joint notice to tobacco growers signed by Dudley FordChalr man of the Finance Committee for ine terest to Ohlqcounty Equity people Tho tobacco situation as to the prospect for pooling with a view to Joint nail favorable selling continues good There Is no dissatisfaction of any kind and the throe asso ofafriendly rivalry in tho matter of so curing pooling pledges and after the pledging is closed they will act in complete cooperation In the matter of fixing prices and soiling the tobac co This will bo a stop In advances of anything dono In tho past and will prove gratifying to all who rejoice Inlaw and order and system and the good name that the Green river sec tion of the state has deservedly borne heretofore As a matter of notification to the growers and also to further the pres ent cordial relations that exist among the associations the follow ing formal statement is made by of ficials of tho three associations NOTICE TO TOBACCO GROWERS The work of canvassing will be continued by all associations until Saturday September 26 From Sep tember 23 to the 30th of September fedges will be found In each coun tyror the convenience of those whom forgthose who have not signed Due notice will bo given where pledges can be found On Septem ber 30 the pledges of all associa tions will positively close and no one will be permitted to sign after that date While each association Is posalbledeach association will push Its own pledge But when It conies to the selling and delivering of the tobac co all associations will cooperate We wish to drop a word right here to those who are undecided about pooling The three associations are cooperating Wo earnestly urge every grower to pool but the grower who does not sign by September 30 may have cause to regret it Be wise take a hlntpool your tobacco and run no risk of getting left PricesBaird A S OF E By Dudley Ford GREEN RIVER TOBACCO GROW ERS ASSN By Henry S Berry QUICKS PILLS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills What Revision Downward Might Lead To How lack of protection permits and invites the dumping of surplus products Is shown by some British industries The london Daily Ex press says A certain Amerclan boot shop In London considers that they have done an ordinary days business when the takings reach s10 this means that 121 pairs of boots or shoes are sold per day thlsmeans in a year of 300 working days c226S7 paid to the Americans Boot operatives and manufacturers in this country would benefit by most of this amount per year from the business done by this shop only Then In tho steel trade t the an nual meeting of the British iron Trade Association it was stated that ofothe iron trado of Great Britain had there been such a setback or de crease for steel Great Britain had a decrease In output of steel of 18 per cent Yet Germany was iwpply Ing tho market with her bounty pro ductFrom Wales comes another tAle Says n traveler there iJ was informed that the normal working capacity was lGOO men In the TauyBwlch slatequarrles but that now only 800 men were employed and that In a months time 350 Yorg men would have tolcavo Thq cause was that shiploads ot foreign plates wore being dumped and lindetsdillng our own J n f Concerning cattle gr6wp for bcutI the MornlngiNews says At present the fruBVniethodg give v I s t H ii a substantial advantage to the United States In our markets while free and unrestricted Importation discour ages the British farmer from devel oping hls business Argentine thanks to the British market la growing rich upon its maet trade with England The Timber Tra o Journal says Strange to say wo export l150 000 loosa total of no less than 200000 worth By importing e50 163 worth we take the labor on this amount out of thehauda of our arti sans Must our workmen starve anti our joinery and cabinet works bo shut because the foreigner is allowed to dump his surplus results of under paid labor In this country free of dutyThe Chemist and Druggist says This business tartaric nnd citric acid making provides unanswerable argument for Tariff reform Protec tion inasmuch ns one of our great est competitors lives In a country where ho Is protected by n big duty He has openly threatened to close up the English works by dumping ac id at cost price andthen to repay him self when the English makers are extinct If such results will follow the revision downward that American in dustries are about to oxporloncowhnl will become of thorn Will they go forward to occupy a place beside tho British In the rear of tho worlds commercial development CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgaatura sjjf of t V 7ZCM In Memory Of Mrs J M Graham flied August 13 1U09 age 67 earsIDear darling mother how we miss you Yet we know that God knew best When he callde you from our bosoms To that land of perfect rest While our hearts and home are sad denedYour voice and footsteps well hear no more Yet we know that leaven Is sweeter With your presence forever more You were such a darling mother You were the pride of our hearts and home Twas w hard when the angel while pered Its enough dear mother so now come home Ohl dear mother how we miss you Twas so hard to say good bye Yet we hope to meet and greet you In that home beyond the sky A precious one from us has gone A voice wo loved Is still A placo is vacant In our home Which never can be filled God in his wisdom has recalled The boon his love has given And though tho body mouldor here The soul is sate in Heaven to Luck and the Woman Every woman has her put supersti tions Something to her stands for hick in horeeho picked tip a four leaved clover found a pin gathered up from the floorsi black cat straying Into the house a birthday stone n lucky slate or number etc She hP itevw Jn it because she cm prove It to inerseifr by definite examjles and In this site Is usually cornet What she calls luck has rea IIlOIIIO to her tho very day or week in which she has found the horseshoe or put on the birthday ring It Is not mere coin cidence It true happened ns she says The only tiling she falls to see Is just why and how It has hap pened Tire most Important thing in life Is olios attitude toward It says lIar pers llama To the wrong attitude life brings nothing To the right at titude It brings everything The blind doctrluo of luck Is the handmaid of this clear truth The woman who finds n fourleaved clover and is con vinced that lifo holds something pleasant for tier in the Immediate future gets at once Into the right at titude She looks out for something good to come along and so she sees It and grasps it If sho hud not found tho clover and had gone dully and fretfully along Instead she would never have noticed the pleasant thing at all That Is the whole psycology of luck It seems too simple to be true but really its simplicity Is Its rltyIExpert good for good bollovo Iin good aijd lIfe becomes good and grow ever Letter There are always opportunities along tho dally road for the eye made ki6n by plealnt antlc- ipatlo11 kUnibtimeg a big ohicrdeicb1 cons along to boottiut yUuihor s or uttbero Is sal ugh l tLI L = 0 A Child Can Cook Dinner I The Free Fireless Cooker given away with Mothers Oats Iis so simple that a child can operate it It will cook not only MOTHERS OATS but the entire dinner meat soup potatoes without fuel and attention of any sort It wills we you 80 per cent of your gas or coal bill and 80 per cent of your time Just heat the MOTHERS OATSor any other foodon your stove take off as soon as it boils place in the Cooker which will continue the cooking untildone The food cannot burn and cannot boil over MOTHERS OATS is the ideal food The Mothers Oats Cooker is given free with the Mothers Oats coupons found in every sanitary sealed package of HominyMotherMother Wheat Hearts the cream of Oatmeal the wheat Mother Old Fashioned Graham Mothers Hominy Grits Flour Mothers Corn Flakes tOAted We will ship you this 375 Fireless Cooker Free for 125 coupons Buy today ten packages of MOTHERS OATS at SI 20 or ten packages of assorted I1othersCereals at EVEN LESS send us the ten couponstakcn from the packages with 115 in cash and receive at once a Fireless Cooker Ask your grocer If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals write us today giving his name and rours and we will send you free a useful souvenir THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATING MORE OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTHER ONe CONCERN AKRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS dally luck on any womans path to be mote than worth her while cats clovers pins and horseshoes are sip ply selected hymbols of this steady and enduring truth which needs none of them when once it Is grasped and hold by the woman who is wise MENDENHALLSCHILL Best for Malaria Chills andI Fever Guaranteed Women Want to Fly Interest In the science of flying has not been confined to pent women also tense taken to aerial navigation with enthusiasm nut as the aeroplane still remains a thing of cjuestlonnblo safety few of thorn have been allowed to take the risk It Is interesting to know says Vogue that it was a woman Mrs Alexan der Graham Hell who conceived the Idea of forming the Aerial Experi ment AfKocIutlon of which her lUll Imnd was the host conspicuous mem ber Mrs Bell suggested tho formation of the association and trade the proposition to furnish the funds with which to carry on tho experiments More than fifty women In this Not Sisters passingYou are astonished to learn that they ore mother and daughter and you realize that a woman at forty or fortyfive ought to be at her finest and fairest Why isnt it so P The general health of woman in so in timately associated with the local health of the essentially feminine organs that there can be no red cheeks and round form where there is female weakness Women who have suffered from this troublo hero found prompt relief and euro in tlio uso of Dr country have made ascent in spher ical balloons but Mrs C J S Miller of Franklin Pa holds the record of being the only woman to go up in a dirigible Wilbur Wright hits taken Ur six women including his sister Miss Katherine Wright Mrs Leon Boilce Mrs Iazar Weller Countess Lambert and Mrs Hart Berg While staying In huts Mss Anno Morgan witnessed a flight anti Immediately asked Mr Wright to toe her up but at that time it conshlIercd wife to do er Miss Morgan deeply Interested In tlic1ii yoet and It Is said Unit she wlslwtll fortu an 11111aeronauticN t Miss E L Todd of New York is the first woman to invent Hnoro plane She now has her mnchhiIrondy for the Installment of the moltiranti expects to drive It hers lf thong prominent American women It whot have tirade ceiiKlonu In spherical balloons are Mrs Cortlandt Field Bishop Mrs Newbold Le Hoy Edgar of New York Mrs CA Codyof Chlcagoand Miss Natalie Forbes daughter of A Holland Forbes Mrs Codywho Is an enthusiastic navigator of the air de clares that slur felt loss alarm In lank ing her first balloon ascent than she did when taking her first automobile ride Fiercca Favorite Prescription It iJivca vigor and vitality to tho organs of womanhood It clears tlio complexion brightens tho eyes and reddens the checks PrescriptionAny uWorld 1 I r 4 n rf I n 1 Hartford fiepubllcana- ayM k aeeotdlag W aw at lb Pa- ZKyee totes Es as as sattr of the eeeo eta Co M BARNETT EotrO r csztis 40Cbz1n4oCh 31aiFRIDAY SEPTEMBER li REPUBLICAN TICKET For Rep ntaUTeW S Doan For Circuit ClerkE G clauses For County hdgeR R WeddlDg For County ClerkW S Ttnsler For County AttorneyC E Smith For Sher1UT H Black For AssessorBernard Felix For School SuptHenry Leach For JallerW P UdkJu For surveyorc S Moxley For CoronerDan W King FOR MAGISTRATE Hartford DlstrlcD S Chamber tin 2 Beaver Dam Dlstrtct0 E Scott I Rockport DistrictJohn H Stiles 4 Centertown DlstrlctJ C Jack ion 6 Rosine District C Cook 6 Sulphur Springs DlstrlctJ M Graham 7 Fordsrllie DlstrlctC V MilesI B Bart1tt DlstrlctXo nomInee Now that Mr Harriman Is deadAI Jet Us all Join In extolling his virtues Senator Tillman Is feeklng rest and pocket cure on the chautauqua drcultCA new play The Dollar lark did amethtng like the million dollar mark Tons pretends to be a prohibition State yet a man down there wants to run Joe Bailey for President President Tafts swing around the circle should be extended to take in our new possessions at the pole We move to refer the little dispute between Messrs Peary and Cook to the Civil Service Commission For the few years citizens of the tnlted States will not be dl vided Into Democrats and Republican but Into Pearyltes and Cooklte- s3re only chance for Wellman to create any notoriety for himself will be to fly to the North Pole In hI- Rairshlp and bring hack the flags of Peaty and CookIreary and CebOth toldi lid considerable about the rurround- 4ngs at the North polo etc but nelthI cr ot them have told us when watermelons get ripe there Quite a number of people are showing solicitation for the tobacco grow ers who two years ago were aiding the trust In every way possible These people nwst feel strange In their new role It Is Rt1e to say that If the Cou rlertutu lRhalen combination suc In carrying Louisville and In sacking the next Democratic State Con tiUon the platform will contain I no State wide prohibition Plank newsIP1lHrlfnnnounce amon farmers of the Burley section as result of the pool ot last year It looks like there Is to be no end to the money according to the tobacco growers In that section as a result JI the successful pooling ot their crop Does anyone doubt that they will again 11001 their tobacco and again reap the reward which theY deserve for their toll It they do not they will be counted the great est tools of this century and what is true or the Burley section Is true of every other tobacco growing section of Kentuckys I I i SALEM Aug ISRev Bailey filled hlR regular appointment at this place Sunday Sister Durban of Louisville rtd Mrs Loney of Owensboro arevlsi- ting Mr and Mrs L II Drown Mr and Mrs J W camp and fiml Jy visited Mr and Mrs Rod Camp and family Sunday Miss Iva Cummings visited Miss Ethel stewart Sunday Mrs Mary Owens who has been on the sick list for somo time is improvingSeveral from this place uttemled tho Hartford Fair Saturday They yeport a nice time Mraud Mrs Laten Wilson visited fr and Mr T 2 Faught Sunday Several t hthls place will attend I tho state ol1lrthls week Among j1 t IW1I8Ma Yr C AWlleoa fT wed Orlaltas ud Mr aaC- ltfa 1Qs kuiei tied MT J G Wilson Tisted asthgr OS 1Ir and Mrs H e WU eoa at DyenbvrW Teas last week They were acoopanied by Mrs Wil sons mother Mrs PhorbeChrlattan IKotIce The A S of E stock committee wui make aaother shipment Septem- ber1 Any member In good standing shaving stock to ship will please no ttry the commlttee L D TICHENOR- SILAS STEVENS JOHN M SHULTZ Ordinance The City Council of HarttordKen tucky do ordain as follows That the lot or parcel ot land lying between the property ot W H Griffin and Mrs S T Stevens on Main street and fronting 5U ted on Main street and running beak 198 feet to Peach Alley on account ot Its loca tion and the private property surrounding the said property cannot be uSed beneficially for pUblic puT poses and Is not used for pnlsllc pur poses and there Is no prospxct ot It so being uSEd In the future It is therefore deemed and declared bY the City Council for the b5 inter est of the said City of Hartford that said lot be leased to the highest and best bidder for a period of- ninetynine years and C 31 Barnett E E Dlrkhead and Mayor Williams are appointed Committee to receive bids for the purchase ot said lease It said property and they will give written notices ot said leaping Said notices to be posted up in three or mores public places In said town for at least five days before said leasing and they will sell said lease to the highest and best bidder for cash the power being reserved to said committee In their sound discretion- to reject any or alt bids and when said sale has been made and approved by said Committee the proper authorities of the town are authorized and directed to make deed t lease to same to the party whose bId r approved Approved September 15 1909 JAMES lL WILLiAMS Mayor GEO LEWIS Clerk e Lost Somewhere between Muddy bridge and Hartford on the Hartford and Cntertown road i pocket book cOn talnlng about twenty dollars Find GillespieHartford ward ROB ROY Sept HHealth Is good In this community Messrs Jim and Freeman Flener Cromwell diced at Mrs Date Leachs Sunday Mr and Mrs Jesse Torrence were the guests or their parents Sunday Mrs J Ii Embry Mrs Willie Davis and daughters Florlce and Rsna visited Mrs Ode Duke Sunday after noon Mi Richard Davis and family and Mrs Mary Davis were the guests of Mr E P Stevens Stffday- Mr Ellis Smith Is all smiles na he is the father ot a fine girl Mother and babe doing welt Mrs Joe WlIIllms Is on the sick list Mr Henry Will Taylor has ben quite busy for the past week haul- Ing logs visitIldMr E P Sanderur Sunday after noon Several from here attended the singing at Bald Knob Sunda1 even fag Misses Bessie and Cassie Torrence were the guests or Mr Dave Leach Sunday afternoon Mr Otis Wallace was the guest of his parents from Friday untIl Sun day Mr P Embry has purchased a farm from Mr A E Sandefur f Ladies Take Notice A nice line or Picture Frames completed at low prices 3tt HARTFORD MILL CO Jail Delivery at Morgantown Morgantown Ky Sept H Three prIsoners Harden and Jack Lacefield and Evans Dasham piCked a hole In the wall of the county Jail here last night with a small piece of Iron they broke from one of the cots After picking the combination lock on their celt with n small wire they escaped After stealing some jewelry and clothing of other prisoners who heard them as thEY low erect themselves to the ground bY means of a blanket tied to one of uiors In a window One of the prisoners called the jailer In time to prevent any others tram escaping fI CHEVY CHASE y 7ha OId Nodyar Nfnden afHIth fa arDoubtleeaof persons who have read ot lCIHrrfIedisgL Part of the old eotolai structure as It stands today watt erect ed Ill nn and frost that timeuBtflxn few years ago remalnfiJ In the Redg era family In war of J812 when the British were advancing on Wish logton the army and navy rero were taken from the White Houseend secreted La the cellar of the Rodin mansion where they were kept ter several days fnousaousinseven having served as admirals The estate consisted of something like 3110 acres and as the notttylDg ofthl property was always a hobby of Its owners it Ja not surprising that unusual taste should have been shown Inlaying It out It Is a tact that there nm 103 varieties ot trees and bushes to befoood within a stooee throwof the clubhouse Not tat from the pres ant fourth green there was once a sunken garden but this Ja scarcely more than a memory now The Chevy Chase club took posSes slOD In ISSS and at first rented the property from the Rodgers estate but later the club purchased 200 acres Several horSf shows have been con ducted oo the property and some years back the regular old fashioned county fnlrs were popular there The membership consists of persona proml neat in WasblDgton soclaUy It Is only halt an hours ride from the treasury to the door oS the clubhouuseEx change True Thrift When visiting a certain town to the north of England says a medical man I was told of an extraordinary incident wherein the theta figure au economical housewife exhibited under trYing circumstances a trait quite characteristic of her It seems that t she bad by mistake taken a quantity I of polsonmenurlal polsonthe anti dote for which as all should know comprises the whites of eggs When this antidote was being administered the order for which the unfortunate lady had overheard she managed to murmur although almost unconscloos Mary Mary Save the yolks for the puddlngsr London Tit Bita Scientific Mary Ellen why Is It you are iii ways smashing your gold eyeglasses and the Rtee ones stick on your nose as tbouglfgluel there I Cant you guess why Not unlEss its a sign that riches are fleeting nod the poor you have always with you Not at all There Is nothing olle- gorlcal about It The reason Is just scientific Its my magnetic attraction thats altNew York Sun Used to Them I The Plain Unend werent you atbit nervous wheu he proposed to you The Pretty One Oh dear not lro posals used to mate me nervous but not any moreExchange A Slander I see that rOYIII blood has been dIs covered In an old American family Dont bellsve It Some gossip Is al ways making a slam at our old film UlelbUadelphlA Ledger AETNAVILLE Sept 15School Is progressing nicely at thlll place with Mrs J H Ioyd teacher Mr and Mrs Dud phillips entertained the young folks Tuesday evening with a lawn party AU reported a pleasant time y- Mr E H Morgan Is gone to lau Isvllleihis week llssIpleasantl1Ipn were Misses Lois Harrison Nora Morgan and Ruth Loyd and Messrs Ho mer Phillips Ivy Phillips James Wtllls and Loney Marlow- Mr and Mrs Mlni Lyons and daughter Rosa 3aet Were the guests of relatijres at Whin Sunday Mr and Mrs Cleve Loyd and children visited InOwen8bOro a few days last week blrsOIlle Lyons and children ot- tHodgehstllle Ky are the guests of relfives atthia place F t RENDER Sept i4Uwei Davis of LOuis vlle and S F Howey of Central City and Dr J O McKennoy of Taylor Mines werE here last Wednes day Quite a crowd went from hero to- Beaver Dam last Woone8day to Rob Isgns circus j H Drown of Central City was herq last Thursday L P Darnard ot Louisville and Roman ILildmaln bf Beaver Dam were here Friday Jiir and Mrs Harry Drapr went to Hartford Friday Quite a crowd went from here to the Fair In Hartford SAturday D W Gwyn and Simon Jones were In Centzal City Satuhy Miss Katherine Dean spent s fur day and Sunday In Beaver Moorman Howey and of Central City and J IDamtI Waverly and Henry Nan Arid Orylllc tcKenney of Taylor W t i 7 i at lot t tt i Ht J if Jj IlS L f 3H r c 2TB tit the of Kentucky f 1 Ii willhe interned In the oirgamzation of the V w J 7 21 C I rI r MiensjJ I l to jI I a i Na on C ti I i C I 1 C Life iIn I pt t 1 0 i InsUrViiicyyr 1 rr ii sJ i Company 1 rBelieving that they WANT such a company believing e 4 that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the amount of subacrlptfons to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are4 the amounts subscriptions for each week I First week August 2 10696000e t r r Total Second week August 9 1 20024000 I r 4 4JTotal Third week August 16 345000 00 tr+ 1 Total Fourth week August 23 ij 1 j t 46946000 1f1 1 I J tM 1 t j I Total Fifth week August 30 t 60170000 r I Total Sixth week September 6 f1 73822OOO1I Total Seventh week September 13 83466000If you are interested fill out and mail this coupons Y H GREGORY REPUBLICAN OIoTICE HARTFORD Ky L uisville ICy Please send me full informlttion as to the CITIZENS LIFE INSURANcE COMPANy r i f rnme 4 JJ IAddress I a n x Mines were bete Sunday Miss Susie Taylor ot Deaver Dam was hereSunday and yesterdayth e sliest of Miss 1Cathefine Delia j Mrs E E Burton WAS in Beaver Dam yesterday A JameJ Bennett of Hartford where as yesterday Isaac Oser went td Loufdvllle today lo remain over the Jewish NowYear Miss N lye Harrlewent tdCehtral- City tqday S MissVirginia Cobb returned to- her hoWe In Sacramento today aftei visiting her cousin Miss I1cllye Har- rIs for the past two weeks II VMoney ot LOursvllle and S S Hoover of New Albany Ind were heretoday I G Harvey went to Leltchfleld to- d eDr H B Inns Is laid upandsut fering very much with rheumatism at this writing In Memory Like a thuflflerUolt from aclear sky came a telegram to Dr and hits 1 ar t lI T JWeddlngor Whlteville Aug 17th th t then only son palmer while engaged In its bUsiness A- SCaehlerof thd State Dank at Kleter Oklahoma had ben rlo victim of asrobera bulle tte t I This deplolBblerklling1wrought anguish In the wnberJe8S friends al1 quafntnncewhilst words arelahldeplrate tq csprellS ce grief of UI heartbroken father mother and slstere 1owhom he was such a devotedsoil apd brother- lie was o young manof superior talent and was steadily and surelY ascending the ladder of fame and beyond a doubt vqJ11dhave reached the topmost round hadthat cruel assassin spared his life During the ton hours which ensued between the shooting and death of thIs young man he had the happl nest of being toUrtefl bY the lAst Sacraments of Holy Church This was the source or the greatest cou- solation I lo thesoxr9vI g lamlly I His remains were+ brought to 11ls home nt Whlteevllle The tuneful f 4 t a which was largely attended tools place from StMarys Church and meterYNeverparish has d6athbeenso generally Tributes ot sympathy poured to on every side Ho iilt tfom it bMbio9lsOUal tam lly his ttheNlnd unolqg thbyat clans besides three other uncles ofe jaISthe leading merchant of WIt1te vUl i- To the bereaved faoutly we would say they have reason to b rop4qr a their son for to dutY lie nobly met death gUhrdlhi hiasacred II a trust rIII BIfNotice I shall postponoth unh tenbe a Selhtemborastram the date a greed Upon andproi Yiowi1y nnnonnced Ample tierces frill ibd givoaaterya tcn her ot tiledate + d JAMES Isf DFIYEE3f3 or IItM l I J 1 J4- e ttt= I I We Cordially Invite You to Be I iC t Present at Our I r J f I 11Mi1iiueryM1 t9 e OPENING r Saturday Sept 25 R f Special showing in new Suits j Woolen Dress Goods LadiesI I iTailored Suits Ready =to=Wear Waists Skirts and Ladies Misses 6 and Childrens Wraps 9alTHE FAIR I foJ1MiifAWA MUI yViIV11iV1 0 y I Hartford Republican I N 1 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17 I lInolsCentraIRaliroadTlmo- Table IAtBeaver Dam Ky North Hound North Dnnnrt Mo 132 due 406 a m No 121 duel 135 a m to + Nolyduelt20p m No tot duo 548 p m No 12 dn 348 pm No1Sldap8Um I School Days Are I Now At Hand And this is to remind you that wo I have a fresh and complete tall kinds of school supplies TabletsIu t Pens Pencils Ink Rulers In fact everything needful school room And you cant beat the prices anywhere for economy And Were Here With the Goods Also when it comes to anything in t I the drug line All kinds of Patent Medicines for every disease flesh is J heir to and our prescription depart f l 9 went was never more complete and ready to serve you A full line of Sundries such as Combs Brushes Syringes Soaps Dentifrices Etc also supplies for the baby Give us n call Well treat yoi right and save you money Hiafiford Dwg Company Si ZncorptfratedJ LRj V 1IJl1cf tr a NVi I 1 lw vFIneFreyhF1 sh at City Restourant Ginulno CocaCola at Cur Restau nuL f lal JBuYTour paw fail Stilt from ear ry Ham and Fish Sandwiches at City t Restaurant v Lr ljoye my wife but oh you City r l Restaurant Ask to see our Ladles Suits v CARSON 1 CO Cheese Sausage Crackers and Cake1a at Cite Restaurant ift school Books and School Supplies Yf W NewDrugStore YrMr and Mrs vsT1sleY and Mrs J R PirUle are attending tho State t A FalrCat lioulsvjhe a t 0 f iiI d 4 10 1 i See those Shirt Waists at Barnard Cos They are fine Fix for tie Fain+ Your needs supplied at Barnard CoS Oval Top Buttons made of your scraps at Barnard Gos Mrs Lizzie Moore Rochester Is the guest of relatives in Hartford Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant and served In most uptodate style Mr Henry Pirtle east Hartford went to Louisville Wednesday to at tend the State Fair Judge John B Wilson returned fro Louisville Wednesday where he had been on legal business IIf you want something to make you good clear to your toes try an Oystr Sleety at City Restaurant Mrs Robert Duggln of Owcnsbpro was the guest of her sister Mrs T S Marks several flays last week City Restaurant is better prepared than ever to fepd the people Re member that when you arc hungry MIss Laura May Lewlsport visited her Runt Mrs Eliza May several days last week returning home Monday Sheriff R B Martin is the father of a now Republican boy born Tuesday evening Dr E B Pendleton attend ing Pbyslclann Mrs George E Bailey who has been on the sick list for several days left Wednesday tVvTsit relatives a- Le1Rchdeld icy Our Fall Clothing for meu and boys has arrived end we arc able Jo fit you up in flrstrclasnfityle4 Ji11JJ4n9 CO Mr Fred Hudson Louisville was the guest of his father Air jomta Hudson and grandmother Mrs Eliza Hudson fdr two weeks1 a If you want amething new for thegreat Ouiiq County Fair visit us We are just opening up a nice lotttqf OIn l hams Suitings and Wool en tit t CARSON CO f Mr ElnSer Barnard and family who live near Hortonv Jeff Wednesday for Oklnbmn where they will rankq their future home They were nccompanl by Mr Logan Stevens Who goes on prospecting tour Mr J A Bilbro hasbeen appointed Republican Election Commissioner for Ohio county vice Sam T Barnett too Mr Bilbro accepted the p0- IstlonandgnalJtledby taklugthb pal it 4 y A i I w J LTf1 Window Shades any size taiJ8 horn Rollers BARNARD CO Wo have new Shoes and new Hats for men and boys CARSON CO I love my Ham and Eggs but oh you Steak Meals at City Restaurant A fine assortment of Ladles Tailor ed Suits just received at Carson Cos Nice School Bag with each 100 purchase at Hartford Drug Co Incorporated CROSSTIES WANTEDFor prices ccallonor address O T OBojmon Hartford Ky 7U4 We have a nice lot of pound prints 40 yards pleco bolt at125 CARSON Co Mr R S Taylor Rochester Ky Is the guest of his sister Mrs J C Jones and brother Judge W B Tay lor city Mrs J A Park loft yesterday morn Ing for a six weeks visit to relatives In Kansas City Mo Aggentlne Kan sas and Hennessy Oklahoma Mr Grossle Williams who has been with his father for some time returned to Chicago Monday where he Is holding an important position County Attorney E M Woodward Is very ill at his home on Clay Street of typhoid fevor His sister Nellie is also afflicted with the same diseaseMrandMrsOM Selbertwho have been visiting their parents Mr and Mrs A Grigsby returned to their home at Mt Carmel 111 Monday morningWANTEDRellable energetic man to sell lubricating oils greases and paints In Ohio and adjacent counties Salary or Commission STETSON OIL CO Cleveland Ohio Col C M Barnett has been desig nated as chairman to preside at Equity Day at the State Fair in Louisville September 17 1909 Ho left yesterday for Louisville i If you want somethingnew the great Ohio County Fair visit us We are Just opening up a nice lot of Ginghams Suitings and Woolens CARSON Co Any Intelligent person may earn a good Income corresponding for newspapers experience unnecessary Send stamp for full particulars Empire Press Syndicate MlddleBort N Y Mr Joe Davis a former Hartford boy but now Chief of the fire depart ment ut Owensboio accompanied by his wife and child was the guest of friends and relatives here last week Leave your laundry at Lyons gro cery for the Richmond Steam Laun dry Rlchmond Ind The laundry that always gives satisfaction Prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteed A E PATE Agt 21tf Hartford Ky There will bo preaching nt thcMeth odlst church next Sunday morning an night by the pastor Rev Virgil El gin It is the last service before Con ference which meets at Henderson Ky September 20 A large attend anco Is desired naThe Ohio County Teachers Institute will be held in Hartford Oct 1115 Prof Charles C Ellis Huntingdon Penn will be the Instructor Every teacher In the county will be requir ed to attend the full session JAMES M DeWEESE S C S Our neighbor the Hartford Hcarald Is installing a two revolution Cotrell press which will be ready or usu in a few days and the Hearald Is moving back home after an absence of sev eral weeks on account of repairs to Hearald building With this addition to the Hearald plant Hartford can boast of the two best equipped week ly newspaper plants in Ky During the violent ctrlcal storm which passed over Hartford last Thursday night and which did so much damage to the wires of our electric light plant lightning strUck the barn of Mr Z Wayne Griffin and Ttllled thistsame storm A horse and a mule bar longing to the Beaver Dam Brick Co were also killed by lightning Mr and Mrs W t teesof Nortonvlllp haw leased the New Commercial Hotel and will take charge at once They come well rec ommended na experienced hotel peo nil Mr W H Riley who this had charge of this property will build a e for himself and wife on Frederica stree and devote his time exclusively Jo the mill business in which he has beqn employed foisev eral years Mr Josh Field will leayelln a few days for Lafayette Lawherq ho has accepted a position with the SQuthern Pacific Railway Company at a handsome salary Mr Field has been cqnnected with 11ers grocery hero for the past few yiirs In the capacity of an allround man giving entire satisfaction to both Mr Her and his customers Hofjl ono of Hartfords finest and best1 young mon and his manytriendslnero Jplnln thai prediction r easily snake good In his neuhumo i1 f 4 1 +m Y J i 1 IPALO unttyIs9 Mr John Bunger who was mention ed last week na llelngf quite lckls out again Miss Ida FlFner is also able to be out after a spell of sickness Mr Emil Haley and fnmJrot Sa lent neighborhood were tho guests of Mr w L WMte and family Saturday night Mr james Andrews and family of Aforgahtowh were the guests of Mrs Andrews sister Mrs Martha Berry Sunday night Quite a number from here attend ed the fair Saturdny Mr Joe Maiden and family were the guest of Mrs Jane Maiden Sun dayMr Rufus Boyd and wife Fords vilte were the guests of his sister nightMr have moved Into their new home nt Palo Me Claude White of Sumiydale came home Saturday night We hope to see our candidates out soonWhat has become of our scribe from Salem Success to your valuable paperv Estrayed or Stolen From my premises at William Mines one bay mare goodylze Has white saddle ularRone white hind foot Liberal reward for information leading to her whereabouts J C STEVENS Mcllenry Ky Stamp Pictures Or tiny other kind you want ntSdmoctcrs Floating Studio which is now lying at the landing above the bridge Reniber you cant get this kind of work done after next Siiilday September 19 If you want penny picturef here is your chance as we will not make them at the gallery up town Tjt arl COME TO THE BOA Yours truly THK SCHKOETKUS Notice of Applicatton For Pardon Hartford Ky Sept 9 1909 William Glover of color who was convicted of murder in the circuit Cow t of Ohio county Kentucky lit the May term of said court 189 will ask the Governor for pardon and restoration to gltlzephslp and all who object will notify the governor und state in writing any objection 9t2 WILLIAM GLOVER By JOHN H GLOVER his father Does not Color the Hair AYERS HAIR VBGOR Stops Vailing Hair An Elegant Dressing Destroys Dandruff Makes Hair Grow Ingredients Sal phur Glycerin Qutnin SodIum Chlorid- Capelwm Alcohol Water Perfume A hair preparation made from this formula is harmless yet possesses positive merit A hair food a hair tonic a hair dressing Consulttyourdoctor about these hair problems J O Arts CmfTAirr Ixmrll that THEj I Furnishings Line I CALL ON US Prices the Lowest Goods the Best Terms to Suit j Schroader Co I The only Exclusive Furniture I L House in Ha- rtfordmilO1 jLOW EXCURSION FARES rTO Louisville and Return Vita THE HENDERSON ROUTE On Account of the KENTUCKY STATE FAIRTickets on sale September4 ll to 18 Return limit September 20th 1909 For further Information ASK THE AGENT THE BISCHOF TA1LORMADE Simple Serviceable Beautifully Tailored 9 HE keynote of these suits sprvice They are for women who want to dress well on a few things Special designers devote their entire time to these suitsthey demandexceptional skill as they depend wholly on line ma terial and tailoring for their effect But it is this simplicity that makes them so practical We have found more women are interested in these styles than in anything else There are so many occasions when a good looking tailored suit is exactly the thing to wear But when you want atailored suit you 4 want it right U These Bischof models are made of the i nev materials that will be extremely p ular this fall in all the late fashionable colorings and are conspicuously correctiin I all the little details that count for so mucht with a fastidious woman The style is not pressed init is in the cut Exquisitely tailored j they invariably make a woman look well a 1 It is easy to find what you want i BKRNKRD COMPHNY t 1 artfcrd EEentU ky I jI r 1 1 sr r T 7L 7 p no 4J r 1 It I j f r j 4d r- I r THE MOUND BUILDERS Mystery of the Great Monuments Found in 11isCOlJntryI I RELICS OFA VANISHED RACE I The Strangely Shaped Ctructures Are Thought to Be More Than Two Thousand Years OldThe Enigma of Those Who Reared Them Scattered througb the middle west nud In other parts of the Uulted Slates are more than 1b000 monstrous odd shaped mounds Some are built like forts others In queer Sharp geo metrIcal figures others shaped Itkr huge serpents crocodiles buffaloes turtles engles lizards dragons with eggs In their mouths etc Some of these mounds are n mite long some much smaller In Newark 0 stnuds a continuous mound coustructcd In a- perfect circle more than CiOOO feet In circumference The mounds are often covered with trees that are many cen tunes In age These strangely shaped structures nre thought to be more than 2000 years old I IICcrtlllnlIndians The Indians have ever been i a lazy roving race niaking their IInIJlhood chiefly by hunting and seldom remaining font In one neigh borllood and using tents or the huts as their dwelling places rudestI The mysterIous people who mounds were not n race of rovers j- An Infinitely long time must hero been required for erecting each huge earth shape Nor were they Ignorllllt SAvages for the mounds show deep 1 knowledge ot geometry na well as ot- ftstronomy and ot the principles ot buildIng Carefully laid out military fortlflcaUons abound lu the mound builders country indicating that the aborigines had martini lore and en Itnetrlng skill and that they under stood many modern prInciples of At tack and defense There are also sepulchral mounds some ot them sixty feet high These contain human bones skulls etc as well AS copper utensils and bits of pottery The tones when exposed to aIr crumble at once to dust As the bones I ot Europeans who died twenty cen tunes ago are often found intact nndI IItrong many authorities believe mound builders dote back at least everal centuries before the time Of Julius Caesar Cleverly made pottery and copper or pronze imploments ot war and peace are found all through the mounds Ancient abandoned copper mines on the bonks ot Lake Superior show that the mound builders well understood the art of mIning The workmanship of the copper bracelets bronze knives etc prove their skill at the forge In one of the preblstoric Lake Su- opelior mines has been found a mass of copper weighing eight tons resting on n high platform ready for removal to the upper earth ThIs Implies the use of well constructed mine mlchlnery- Ilrtures that have been found etchet OPOI fo ncr and ivory portray much qfstlc flltJfI 1rom all this It seems that In some ItJyarl1e 111ulhllnJ nU1ll114Nouesc1tc elute from Yet they appnrcal- iy pettlcd III America long after the mound builders had vanished The skulls discovered In the mounds are not shaped In the cast like skulls ot Indians nor even or Europeans Some nrchnologllltA claim to tind strong resemblance between the mould buildI ers skulls and those of the ancient Egyptians It tllIrt were nnv runner lion between the two who can explain bow an Egyptian race chanced to flour- Ish In the middle west The fate of the mound builders Is aJ mysterious as the strange people tbemsehc After reaching so high a civilization find thriving for so loht a lime It teems strange that they should bate bn completely destroyed No satisfactory explanation has fOyer been offered Perhaps the mound builders moved south and blcnlllt merged with the Mexican Aztecs or Peruvians or- some savage race from the north may have swept down and utterly destroyed them or n wholesale pestilence way have wiped out their notion The weird looking earthen monu- mentA the purpose ot most of them a puzzle to the best nrchaeologtstsl lire the sole remaining proof that this rent lost American race ever existed New York World How He Managed A man In un up state county owns a lumber of horses and has a great rep Italian for skill In the treatment ot hem One day n former who wonted tome valuable information approached till horse owners little boy and said Look here my little man when one of your fathers horses Is Ili what does be doe Do you mean slightly Ill or seriously III asked the boy cautiously Oh seriously ill said the farmer oallle snltl the child It ahorseI- II only slightly III he gIves It medl I clue but It It Is seriously 111 ho sells Wt New York Presst ronhles must conic to nil men bat- athoae url always IOllklnlCor them tell nre the largest sbare I t- iaV1 QUEER HOSPITALITY A Curl wv Explrlence inthe Wilds of Arabia or te curl usldeas or boiJpltal1ty held bysome of the natives o that wild between Uagtlitd D1mascustwotrnrpl1lCpfalnI Duller and Captain A1lmIl Ueogrnphtcal Jngazhne We found FlYsul Ibn Rashid n minor ruler of- Arnblal sitting In a low room thee root of which was supported by woolen plllar AU round the sides ot the room were spread carpets on which sat his viziers and members of his court IIe Is It lUAU ot tblrtythr years with It dark pointed beard good regular features but eyes that nre cold and cruel and ho has n nervous fidgety mllllller and was nil the time arranging hIs alba cloak and combing and curl lag his mustache and beard and ndmlr lag himself In n small cheap lookIng glass that hung just behind him Above his head on the wail hung his sliver mounted walkIng stick and It sword the sheath of which was also covered In silver IIe was very rIchly dressed On our prrivsi nt the house placed nt our dispOSal we congratulated our selves on our good fortune in having such n cordial welcome but we were speedily dlsllluslnned We had not been there more than the minutes when Feysuls heed slave n richly dressed personage called Unhm came to tell that the emir would not take our eamels or our money as he had plenty lot both hilt that he would like thlngll European make of ot interest that we happened to have This was only too true and during our fro days stay there there WItS n olillnual procession ot slaves cud hangers on from tlu ens demalJlIl1 thlllllI for the emir and iris viziers and favorites and demanding them In such a way lint It was Impossible for us to refuse At last we had pntcttcnlly nothing of any value left having bn fleeced ot watches revolver compasses various clothes and other articles ot our kit Apart tnllll thIs system ot more or la less petite robbery we were well treat ed by the emir and had our toad sent us from the castle by him About three or four times a day we had n royal command from hIm and used to- go up to the castle and drink many on tocups ot coffee nod excellent sweet tea with him and talk about his country and Europe lie was always very genial 011 these occasions and l hon estly think he considered he was treat us very well to riot taking nil WI and turnIng us adrift to die lu the desert RHEUMATISM One Course of Treatment For the Cure of the Disease I To cure rheumatism It Is necessary to rid the system ot the excess ot uricgo acid and to do tins n proper even more important than the use ot drugs though In very severe cases therlatter are not to be despised In conjunction wIth the dieting that Is absolutely cssenllalDThe Massachusetts General hospital II of Boston allows the followlllg diet forre Its rheumatic patlent8 Graham or brown bread white bread limIted to bnohllit slice tlally corn rice milk eggs flour puddings crackers helots peas nil klnds of vegetables except potatoes totnatoea and asparagus rhu fresh fish butter cheese but IIItoastpolaloes white bread and sugars The sensible use of cater both Internally and externally ploys n large- part In the rev UUvu or cure ot tb1I- nntlsm One or tiro glasa other riot or cold tnken before breakfast EtPry morning 111 excellent to start the organs ot digestion for the day and least cue glass should Iln token between meals Often the plaitr water will he enough to move a slightly con sUpaled person but It trot n mild tiled touted water may he taken Instead It Is very essential to keep the bowels III casts ot rheumatism Uric acid in the system is n poison and It uuIst not be forgotten tllott poisonous Wllst matter Is also cilia hinted through till skin The pores ot the skin trust he kept freely open IIndI not allowed to become clogged It we hope to nbtahi the best results with rheumatic cases A hilt hatb ut bed time Is often very helptullellnrator Maddening Snuff On the Amazon river several Indian tribes tie snuff called imrecn which Is made of the seeds ot a species of plllnl Wbrn a bout of snuff taking Is determined on the people become high ly lutoxluled and then use the snuff The effect or pareca Is so violent that the taker drops as If shot and lies ln sensIble for some time Those more accustomed to It are highly excited dancing and singing ns It wad The effect soon subsides Other tribes use It to repel uguo during the wet season Plenty to DI Them tclllllIbpr that you caut do everything with money Ole J know that lint the things you cant do with money are being done by so many other people that thures tto reason why one should wont to do themCblcago Itecord Herald Sightseeing now lid you maringe to so every thing In Rome inside ot two dnysr Well ypu see wo Jot up early lilY wife went to the shops my daughter to the picture gallerieS and I took In the restaurants In the evening wo compared notesFllegende Blotter Contradictory There Is aIY In numbers quoted the wise guy 1Yese uutll yam discover that many banksspoil the broth tooItime simple niugPhlladelpllln 4 AMERICAN WANDERLUST A Hiltit Wlilch8ttengthsn theyCs ttesive Unity of he Less than halt the members elfth United Stales IleDIItI 1 lid botiHIfotrepr- elWDtatheat are native tern In the states whlcti tbe1ft1preuntlotblblr could worud4nrly show the alert no- tlritles at the Atueriean people qud- that constant tntfrtningling of rh In habitsnnt ut the serest Atatwt adds FO wuch to the eubelve who wblcbI Ithnnthe home vlllalp Even Daniel Weblter was not barn In the old Bay State whose Influence and dignity he so WIll sustained and whose people mourned him so sincerely when his great life closed This wondering tram state to state has resulted in the organizing InN York city of many state societies which aim to gather together the nil the ot their respectlve states on- nually to rerire the pleasant meworjes of the old home days with their thou sand cllngln ties What would happen tt the Amen can Iople should cease to wander about the country Is a question often liNked It is said that an eastern mnu never amounts to anything until hI goes west and that a western mnu has to come east In order to attain his full stature mentally The northern man Is advised to go south to learn gentle courtesy and chivalric bearing the southerner to go north to add more Iron to his blood There can be no doubt that thIs constant evolution has encouraged the birth ot new Ideas just ns the whirling of the klnetoscope developed n toy Into our present won dlrful movIng pictures which sires us glimpses of life In motion all over time worldJoe Mitchell Chopplo in No- tlonnl MagazIne Sympathy of the Flowers More or less credence Is still given England to the old belief km time sympathy of the vegetable kingdom far human suffering I prayed nil nlgbt writes n gardener whose eni player was very sick and the flowers my wIndow sill drooped And I sold myself they were dead But toward moruing they picked up and I was tore IIIOlIlb the master was bettor And the slime thing had happened 10- tbe flowers I bad sent to his bedroom rhey were dying and they come to life lIJnln And J knew when those flow ers picked up that the master was better Origin of the Word Academy Acadewus was a wealthy Greek of tthens who Ilved several hundred fears before the birth of Christ his possessions was a beautiful rove where young men used to con regate and listen to the teachings of men such as Plato and Socrates developed Into the IIcbool of mod un times and these modern schools eke their nnmeacademy from the id Greek Academus The real wean or the word academy is a school boys Sterilized stave yell InquIred the cIty TIs- Itor a moss covered bucket about the nave No sir answered the farmer All our utensils are sterilized and L sanltarylansas City Jour + I terTvART- NAVILLE I Siit 7A large crowd attended lurch at Zion Sunday School opened at thIs place Man lay with Mrs J II loyd as teacher tine school thiswe are aiming tohaven tal1 Mr and Mtk Pate Tttylar or llay- nesvllie Were the guests ot their dnnghter Mrs Corble Ilwrison Sun day Mr and Mrs James Divers attend ed the Robinson show at Owensboro MondayMrs William Snyder and n Orner Owensboro wets the guests of- Mrs Frank McKinley a few days last week Mrs Robert Newton ot Island KY who has been the gueot or relatives it this place for the post week re turned homo Monday Mr S A Bratcher ot Owensboro has bought Mr Andrew Duncans ooal mIne Mrs Arthus Bnsehort ot Mcllenry was the guest ot her uncle Mr Rob ert Duncan Sunday MIss Nora Morgan was the guest ot Mr and Mrs W C Tanner Dean field a tow dayslat week Mr Marlon Boone and daughter Mr Sine Morgan ot Phllpot were the guests ot air El1 Morgan and tamll SundayMr H Boyd went to Fordsvtllo laopday Mr Robert Duncan who has been m for sometime Is worso today Mr WillIam EdlQgton and sister Mlss Lacy spent Sunday and Monday In Owensboro Miss Mlle Bowman Qt Eldorado ill- vtelted leer brother Mr Cisero Drown Sunduy SURE CURE For All Diseases o- fIS10MACH i d BardwelI Barnard BREED Ror DUROG JERSEY SWINE ouanbuyinyourI own county animals that are the equal hi in dividualityand breeding toany in the world Visit orwrite them at McHen ry Ky McCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for 11let perfect at stmpltchy and rellabtllty years bold In nearly every and town United and Canada or by mall dIrect More sold than any other mike Send for tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE Moro subscribers than other fashion mapdnemllllon I month Invaluable lateat plain sewing needlework hairdressin- gellquettegood stories etc On I patternSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents POltal brings premium catalogue and neW cash prize offers hI McCALL CO 23S to 2CS W371hSL NEW YORI sandtng Ilketeb and description may aaeertaln our tree whether IUt probablrallf1JAblfteommunleAoUonlltrictlyeanDaent sent tree Oldelt a ecurln patenu Patents taken through Munn It co receive spat ftOCk without Cbarn to the cientfic Mm4ricaw A handsomely Illustrated weekly Jarnat etr- culatlon ot any clenttSe oumal Terms ar a M BodbyallnewsdealeraUNN nraachOmoec PetWuhlagtonDG p EstateFor 72 acres ot Rough RIver bottoms one halt In hIgh state ot cultivation rest well timbered with White Oak Beech Gum Mapel 4 miles west of Hartford on Public road Good dwelling and out buildings A awe house and lot situated In old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x146 teet house tour room cot tage a good nwe barn Desirable location 182 acres of upland known os the Perry KIrk fare located near Clear Run Bore 100 acres to spendld tate of cultivation 82 ncree timbered in splendid growth or oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out buidings lots or good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwolUng and store house one acre of lot good out buildings nit email minIng town In Ohio county one mile from R n StnUon In enter or tIne farmlnZ country No competition In bulnesee For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles last of Hartford good dwelling and out buildIng orchard plenty or water 40 acres In UmJer balance In good state tcultivation A tract ot land on the Sulphur SprIngs and Hartford public tmdone mite eotnhwest of Sulphur Springs containiag 100 acres well timbered to acres in cultivation splendid dwol ling barn and outs building A good rchnrd and other oonvonlencee afMn dIng a well kept tnrm A tract of land on Halls Creek one mile sotrthwcat of Sulphur SpriJ1S containing 100 acre 40 acres in no toms two ixtrne and dwelling woll kept and in good oondlUon We dont own the property IS are only agents for the otcne a and our purposo de to bring together the buyerr and s Uerloor thta eervlce go one small oomml Ion No if zo sate La effeoted Liat IICborgo rty with vs or If yon want Ito a farm benison or lot make your waute known OHIO COIJNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY QalckRelletandPEe for Head ache8achachoDhslnea IndlgeMioa Malaria etc Ie t 0 j T plre01or37OhCmwatyC- lrenlt Court T1 BlrklieeA Judge Beq b Ringo A 7WJL 11I- Jellerd a DarraatI Clerk Frank JSells Master CommlealorterY J JlartIiIBhertftlIartfor4 Bmtcher W C AelJWeJ W Martin Grant Pollard COurt convenes fire AuguetandconUnion In MILl and November two we ke County CourtW n Taylor Judge W 8 Tinsley Clerk E u Woodward Attorney Hartford Court conven- eirrst Monday In each month Quarterly CourtDegtns ca the thIrd Monday a JanuAry April July and Qo tober Triesdayray InUctober Other Oft eraN Money Surveyor Shreve S W Leach Apaeeeor RC Roy Jamee DeWeeeeSchoolrSuperlnten CoronaJingoJUSTICES COURTS J H Williams heaver DamMarch It June 23 September 24 December 2t W P Miller horse DranchMarch It June 25 Septombvr T December 28 W S Lean DundeeMarch fT Jut16 September 26 December 27 W n Edge loordavlllMarch 2SJune 2 26D 29 Juno 2 September 2s December 29 Herbert Render CentertownMarcb 30 June 29 September 29 December 30 Jclm H Miles RockportMurch n June 30 SePtember 30 December HARTFORD POLICE COURT OtennCltyAttorneyCourt convenes second Monday in each month MayorGeorgeurer It E 1 IlJmmerman C M Dar GrllflnHookerSchool Trustees HartlordC M Crows J S Glenn W R rinaleyC J4- Dnrwott and Dr E D Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES thirdSunday7 P m and 2nd SundaY 7 p m1 Pray eveningtevBaptlst ChurchServices held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening SundayinRev T C Wilson Pastor everyfourthm Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 676 F tt A Ma- Sons meets first antI third Monday J36roettW eY8fJthIrdRoscoeRenderHartford Chapter No 84 O E S meets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening IlettieRileyRough RIver LOdge No no Knight of Pythtas meets every Tuesday nIght E D Pendleton C C Roscoe tender K Of R anSH- artford Tent No 99 It O T umoots every Thursday night E B- Pendleton Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T LMeets first FrIday evening and third Fridayalt moon of each month Mrs Lady CommanUtr idea Eo D Pendleton Lady Record keep Preston Morton Post No4r G A R holds regular meetings Saturday bey the fist Sunday in each month Ash ford Mills Commander J M Rogeri Adjt Ohio Tribe No 183 Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednes day nights In each month C E MorrlroD SactlPD1j A E Pate Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 339 L O O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 L N Gray N D D D Sdrroater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 moots 1st Stitturday night In each month Noah Skngg1l Pres W D- Luco SeeTreos OFICIAL ROSTER American Society Equity or National Officers C O DRAYTON Pros Greenville IlL M FrSHARP VlooPrc DowUng Green Ky S D KUMP Sec II Tress IndIana- polis State Officers J c CANTRILL Pres Georgetown It- S B ROBERT ON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam IKyl OAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford K7 C E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky COUNTY DOAitb OF EDUCATION J M DoWeose ahalrmen Hartford 9 W C Ashley Hartford It 8N D No 4 2 J A Dolamy Whitesylle 3 F DDaugtlD Hartford R F D No1 4 Jno W Taylor Beaver Dam RF D No3 6 Rlohmd Plunymor Taylor Mines 8 J J Drown Rockport rLECTRIC DITTEaThe besttonlc atav- eMedlclaelortheelll Uroues SOS Guaranteed t- I rt POlfsXtl y A o M eaaaare CB Sutra S t BARNETT tLSMirH ATTORNEYS AT LAW jHARTFORD KY Hl practice their profeeslon In all in- cqurta of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special at tentlon given to aU business ent11lte4Jto thelr care Collections and the Prao l tlice of Criminal and Real state Lava r rSpecialties office Itr Redubilcan building FRANK L FELIX jfi I Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohlll and adjoining countIes and In the Court ot Appeals CrimInal practice and Cot lectlona s Specllllty Office In the Hely aid building I R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Wilt practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecute claims for pensions Me Collections promptly attended to LIIOftlceM LUJtAVIt1N RItNRSTW00DWAltf HEAVRIN WOODWARD ctfeya afi tHARTFORD KY Will practice theIr profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention gIv- en crIminal practice and collections Of lIce next door to flank ot Hartford YAN CY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT WlHARTFORD KY Will practice his profusion In all the Courts ot OhIo and adjoInIng counties sad In the Court of Appeals Also Notary ubUe Office over First National Dank W ii BARNES RAANDERson BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a pArtnership or the pract tIeralatreet opposite Court House Hartford JIatteoUnggiven special attention Notary In office W II BARNES S A ANDERSON OLIN D WILSON CHAS If CROWE WILSON CROWE L AWYBRSrHARTFORD KY Will practice their ptatesolon In all the courtS of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Spcclal attention glyOll to oriminal- unc co and to ooilectloaa OUioo on damn St oppelte Court House and TRADCMAp aepromptV oblJDt tA aIINWltrlono tea We obtain PATENTS THAT PA vrdTOrtIM them thoeooghlyatoe- respenand pJoutosoaous- Bead tdodel photo or sketch for mac ftpOrt BURPASSINQnook onProdtabtPatetMwrit to 1WASHINGTON KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR C8 1 AND ALL THROAf AND lUN91110U8lELJ GUARANTEED l3ATIEFACTOB OR MOSEY REUIlDED j PROCURED AHDDEFENDD SeltdJDOdat 1 Iwllgor freereport tow to ob41n trade uf11UI11Ieonrymdcftal4eafrattt+ S Write or come aua at y- In slam sews opp enitd ataie tIA 0IIu JA8HINCTON DC I trI iq 7 STN rY- e I FV U The a ScrapBook His Monument Sandy UcGregor a thrifty man In Glasgowwel McDermottrNobbutmllelt was the answer question9Yevo madte J the estate o ummis McDougal pliotheflush mon said MCGregor look Jng hurt as I thowiU First It snld LwhichTheo It saId thoCXecooter was to set burylnDyoOh aye responded McDermott An then he wIshed thOcxecooter to procure ns handsome n stone IS could be had In a Glnsgf ter a wather 0 seventy pun Aye Yt Awed I moo concluded McGregor this Iii the stone pi WomanWhatever may be dayFor to see As It measures mens Work for pay landsThatIn undostandsloveCharlotte a Bazar The Bishop Won These was an English bishop the bishop ot Oxford who could reel orr wonderful rhymes sold a Londou- cJergYlpnn The bishop once wroteC n rhyme about u cassowaryII would I were a cassowary t On the plains ot Tlmbuktul4 a I would cat a A Cassock dispute missionaryI thorshlp ot that ot Oxford clalmcd It and n punster AccordingIywas submitted to the two claimants for rhyming The man who bes rhymed that dlllicultlt not ImposlllJle word would bo Judged the true autllor- ot tho lassowary effort Calledteldown C I Oxford easily proved his rightful ownership ot the cassowary production by dashing ott on the spur ot the mo- I meat this magnificent effort SennacherlbjL And that because ho was so fat q The VYal a teoforan young matron carrying In her nrmsrl n chubby faced youngster I want the baby chrltfllld the another said After the ceremony the cllrsymlII ccriIo- bealtb Forgetting for the moment the dot ot the month ho remarked to Ibe- D10thlr aU Tills Is the ninth Isnt It No Indeed sir replied the yoitn matron Indignantly lte only the rthird Separating Them I Mr Gruhh nn elderly IU1Ihllor hnv I twoiYpoctor The physician prescribed tn large porous plnsterss and told biro to call nglllnin about u fortnight cud rlpIport Mr Grubb complied with directions lIe went to a drug store and bought the plasters and after a mdeugCtlI struggle wIth them lu his sucteeded In getting them prijlin tlnJplace Being a very small malt ever till two nearly coverts his wbolefo back At the end otrwo weeks IIQ the called lit thl physicians nlflee nJollI b- eek bow Is your back asked tho mel lcal man Sound ns n dollar hasnt pained notme any for ten days or more Glad to hear It You zany take theh plasters oil whenever please not hiexclalmfd Mr Grubb removing his coot and vest taking oft the his collar and locking the door or tileIlri doctors office l wont touch em- Theyre bigger than I am What I want you to do now doctor Is to pull mo rs or otlblt this Th tTf Ole npfouchof Sympathy A man mn hto becomo almost n demon tie may have ceyolred upon 1mbu U14tJln longdormant will spring up and bring forth 1t3 harvest In the field ot tile J C Sellers Jr ex V F Very C 1ldratalFonr 01 5nrlub tensed some ago- ivero t seated round the table la th- ebroom twas rsam add Dougal tlolkedacro8l jit Donald and paid to a tl4 tcZaleeify voice I D6neld dYo nottc what an awfu peculiar Cxpresslott there Ii on Jocks t a says Donald tIt notice that flat Hldcil des been deed those four hours Wbet Aced Wby did ye no tell t me f fS Ati nonono HaldD09111dAmbe s no that kind oman a vlvlal evening N r The Conundrum Man Toe said the conundrum Ulan pleasantly but with a sigh you would supose that my Ufa vise ono of ease and comfort but aU is not bold that glitters sometimes I pass whole weeks ot sleepless nights together tryIng to lit up questions for nir answers You moon nnexera for your questions dont you said h Not nt all I mean just what I saysaid the conundrum roan itS the other WIly around In my business We dont work forward but back ward When we start out to make a conundrum wo get the answer Iran nnd then using that as a basIs we deduce the conundrum I pose whole slllllef weeks over those questions Fact Is 1m going through ono now The only rest I have had In threw weeks is the little nap I have left on my carpet after pacing the floor nIght after night I sighed deeply but I deemed It well to npcar sympathetic So I asked him What is your problem lar1Q J can help you I want n question ho replied + But what la the anSwer I queer led The answer Is It never rains but It pours and tho other never paIns but It roars lId he you see It la II thattines answer It has the elements of humor always of value In n good conundrum but what tiro dickens the question Is the an ewer to It stumps me Otcoursethe latter might be II baby A babY never pains hut It roarstint le sutfl cleanly obvious even to the dullest Intellestbut what la the titan I really see unless It Is the po stntlon tellIsaultyHnrpers Weekly Dissolution Notice Notice Is hereby given that the firm of Collins Griffin meet and harttMr Collins becoming the purchaser of- Mr Griffins Interest and wIll coni tlnuo the business at the santo place and all outtsauding accounts are due and payable to him R T COIIIS8- t2 Z W GRIFFIN S Near Death in Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to taco death For yearr severe lung trouble gave me In- nse suffering she writes and soy al times nearly caused my death All tailed and doctors said I was Incurable Then Ur Kings Now 311111aI not been troubled In twelve years Itf1aGrlppeeAsthma Croup Whooping Cough Drenchlnl affections jOc and 1I TrIal bottles tree Gunr1ntced lf Ill druggists m IChlldrn Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA I 9Ladies Take Notice A nice line of Picture Framen corn at low prices 8tf HARTFORD MILL CO S IFr e Lumber and the Forests remarkable solicitude on the ot people who are not owners of rests concernlng the preservation of trees of our country and their lief that tree lumber Is the only means by which trees will IJe preserved would be highly edifying If there were a suspicion that It Is because they are not owners of forests and because they are Inspired by u noble patriotism are they anxious tbnt resources of our country should be It 1t Is because ot the former Ignoble sentiment their classI- fIcation patriotism coupled with lock Intotmatloa English experience 411 line may Jo Illuminating Mr Sidney Buxton the LIberal post masterGcneral sold recently at EdIn that 6000 telegraph poles which PoStotflce uses annually all came abroad III added that although the Government had oncour- agodforestry by tho purchase of an perimental estate m tar both In ll to the number of poles avail and tbo price thhome prodoo- tlon tied not been very Buccessf- ulTJlisoxposesanother fallacy of FreeTrade bureaus of forestry or any btherbnvsrnmeatar succor will notln crease production nor oven foster Industry when there Is no commercial Incontvo to invite expenditure of cap and brttln is developing tho steep house ot notary Under the rcduetiotl- of I duty on lumber by the new Tariff laws and tho con8queutrellbtrrittng the mark t for the homo grownlum It will indeed be li Llghmind 2aubatan+ r f torTIri1n growth and combat toro fIres Whr should heTHe will DeTer got that money back Would the man facturer Invest is caving a raw ma te vial with the proSpect ot nQ return fak MENpEMNAII Chill and Fever Tonic as- a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria SELECT Sept SFarmers era very busy cutting tobacco and making molasses Mr Avery Stewart and family of Cromwell visited Mr Stowarts parent M r and Mrs J J stewart Sundoy Mrs R P McKinley left Tuesday for Delaware Ky to visit her brother Mr Ward and Miss Floy Keown are ylslting relatives hear Hartford this week Mr Jim AustIn of near Green River church died last Wednesday and was hutted hero Friday he was n good mal and left n family and n largo number ot friends to mourn its death Born to the wIfe of Charley Peter- August 80th a lino boy mother nnd child doing well Mr Wlll peters otDeavlr Dam nnd Miss Uzzle Arbuckle were mottled last Sunday evening Rev J P Taylor of tlclntlng May they have a happy nlld- I prosperous lire Darn to the wife of Wm House girl and uncle Dill le nil sntlles Aunt Bet Shields of near this plat died last Thursday and was burled nt- Green River Friday silo was n good woman and loved by all who knew her Mr Oscar Stewart has moved to his School near Fordsvl11e Mr Clarence Keown Is nblo to he out again Hitch beIng confined to his room several weeks with liver troublej School commenced here runt Ing with Prot J Alex Rhonds nsI H teacher The Repnbllcaa Ticket la l1o K la old Select precin- ctChlldreon Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA New Lodge Organized A camp of the lrIodern Woodman la established In Hartford this belllg the result of work done by Mr Olden Lake who is justly proud ot the rot sult of his labor District Deputy G F Lewis of Ow enshoro came up and assisted In the Institution ot the camp onUte night ot the first there being Sixteen charter members The work was exemplified bY the Degree Team Plea tnt Ridge who were assisted by Neighbors from Dun doe and Magan After the candIdates had signified their willingness to QUIT a splen did repast was served which all the candidates agreed had been weUenrnel- 1Ihls society Is the largest Fraternal beneficiary organization In the world memberssIn good standing and It has demon srated the vsslbility of carrying Its members nt the lowest possible cost arlnnllat age entry yearaIhe first camp was organized in Itenow has a membershIp of over six teen tlrousaud with about three bun state dreg and fifty local camps In thee I iQUIC11SDhll0 PILLS- Will cleansc your liver and purl j your blood and make you feel j like a new man beenInanti has been mado under hIs per sonal supervision since its Infancy Allow no ono to deceive you In thisAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but orInfantsWhat is CASTO RIA Castorla Is n harmless substitute for Castor 011 Paregoric Drops anti Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasnnt Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic flubstance Its ago is it6 guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrlsllncss It cures Diarrlleta and Whul Colic It relieves TeethIng Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It nsshullates the Food regulates the sleepTheCENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Dears the Signature of The Kind Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CLNTAON COMYANT TT MYNNAY OTNCLT NCWYO con u p n Subscribe for The Hartford Republican L Our Express Paid Line WE GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY WE PAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES AND SKIP FULL lmASthU QUARTS IN PLAIN SEALED CASES On merit alone we are asking you to buy these brands The qualities are right sndthe prices right If your order dont please you in every way send it back The goods are guaranteed by the Internal Revenue Department the Pure Food Laws and by US OLD CABLEKENTUCY BOURBON In Jugs Only 2oo Per Gallon BROOKDALE RYESTRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY In Jugs Only 225II Qte 8 Qtl L Qts CANADIAN WFIITE RyE 350 675 1000t RED ROCK SPECIAL STRAIGHT KEN TUCKY BOURBON J50 85o 12oo APPLE BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY 300 575 85o PEACH BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY 300 595 85o APRICOT BRANDYCALIFORNIA 300 575 850 APRICOT BRANDYIMPORTED 400 750 IICO LINCOLN COUNTY TENNESSEE 300 575 8SO FOR THE fiRE HANDLER ALL SHIPMENTS IN PLAIN CASE OR CASK EXPRESS PREPAID loot Trot Bottle notttes TENNESSEE WHISKEY Unllboled 100 pInts 2200 1900 NELSON CouNTY KENTuoKY WnISKEv Unlabeled 100 pInts 2700 2t00- FmvATE STOCK RYE Labeled 100 pInts 8000 2760 SUADY SrBINOS STIUIGUJ WItISKEY loo pInta S860 8000 OLD DOMINION WIIITB RYE 100 pints 8760 3t00 ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR GUARANTEE WE have deposited 100000 with the City National Bank of Paducah Ky and 100000 with the Com mercial Trust Savings Bank of Memphis Tenn which amount will be paid to any party who receives a bottle of OLD McHANEYor SMOKY MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY from us original seal intact that is not exactly as we represent itONE HUNDRED PROOF A STANDARD GALLON MEAS URE ABSOLUTELY PURE WE PAY THE EXPRESS ODe Gal Two Gftla Three Gals old Mol2eney WhlakeyN 400 575 8GO Smoky IroQIIala Corn Whiskey 280 GGO 825 Unadulterated Unwcakenedas pure and healthful as sunlight TRY THEMthats all we ask Even the gallon bottle in which these goods are shipped is on article you will value and find many uses for REMIT BY MONEY ORDER EXCHANGE OR REGISTERED LETTERL GORGE E COO OOMPtt1t2 Y- t t lucorpwr- ated2012032OS A Lower Secend street EVANSVILLE INDIANA tN a t k n a i f Y v h fIItst YEMJR1f 11 t Charlotte Cordayandh Act That Made Her Farn pus njt- t l 1 tilcsfye HER PLANS FOR THE MURDER I n 11 I r ell y Thi Way They Wer Worked Out and How They Wero Plltlntai Jodutlo Her Own Tragic nd and thePine- Actcf l the SNtal HcfmiiI r 4mongthe 1ns4auSeqot DaUq It1I tortI country apdd the nSta oft Chl1rlpUo COId o waanbora ati- St Saturn lrgppe 2iu ITGS and who was bel4ctLdutPlic1llJUYI 1j sU o rol foItLIt Qprchlldhooda1legrly youth wee tulo plvatlop al o h she wus pf a uo le lqe Wu ucatoout a conveui in Cacqantl 4hgnwept to IIvl wl l1untlq e same old towo- fNormnndy She hadaserene and lofty beauty wal tall and racetul and her manner wns full of dignity She spout ull her leIsure In rending and her brooks were always those that related to heroism und devotion to country Whn the revolution broke upon Iranre Charlotte eagerly took up the rending ot polltJl1I and public gI1Pstlons WbllI the OIrondlsls were obliged to Ily tnull Park they wCIII to- Cairn and begun to bold mettings nod form plans for future operations to- inrts The Glronlllst were the true rtpub- lJlonll nod got their nnllle from f- lrondeus It wns the deputies tram this tllslrht that had formed the 1- publlclIlI party in the national asscm bly The massacres had territled themtand they had tried to stop the measures In the reign of tPrror Charlotte felt a very taadness ot en- thnsasm all she listened to the fiery ln11lteme of these men who de- nnuncel Murat Dllolon and nobe splerre PIICIIIItd much ot the censurP dill for their shore In the frightful work of cruelty amt death It was upon Mnrnt that till Glrondllts pound their eloquence for It was he who had imrsued and ordered the deoth ot their leaders In Paris Um the depths or tier heart u purpose was farmed JO save her people front thlll monster =and ut any cost to herself n Into Charlottes Ilfe a tender and re sspectfultUlIIle In these days ot strange tumult nnd aim purpose HIP and n young tnau named Irnnnuell11 had been writ ill each otlllr nod she had given him Iicr tslrtralt and told him that he might at least love that When this lover marched away to Parlll with the Glron lists and the urlghboring volunteers he bade him u calm rurewlll for she knew she n14 going to save him After her extutIon FrangneI1n went IJIIIIJI to Ills native village Iu lIr- lIIundy In the tender care ot his moth yr he gradually tullid fur h1s heart wuv broken tilt 11ilY his lore perished- 15lien he ellUl to sic lie requested that Charlottes portrnit mind letters be ImrllII with him and his grlne holds them sacredly thnrlolh IJIIIII to prepare for her Juana to iaris and the tragedy sIll tllld plunulll Every eflurt was IIJlldlI to hide the nplwllraul of II euuIeulIlI- IIIrllIsl WlIlU she arrived at Iaarls she at auto set nhntit her plans to tint Murat As u preparation she went In one lit the shops or the iUais ituyal- anal bought I dagger shaped knife pay tog for II tai ruts ells She hid In till 4115 tlf her dress Ilex phln hail 1I1u- tll kill Marlll la the very convention where she thought the deed would h- i1IIld b Idllllll 1Ir ou the spot Hut 1Lirut hie longer went to the ern t tention lie was iii with U dlslllil that wns suwly ki111mg hint IIlId tars lsnt- wns In II slate ut dlxllrIr and Irrupt tlun tllllt gave him au agony of suit fering lIe Willi only comfortable witch In the warm water ot his bath If- IItd on thelrt flour ot II house In the Rnr des CllrdlIerN and eannertrd- u9th lies home were all the affairs or- JJII journalistic work and from here alt Ills pawpldets and journals were sent out After writing two letters nskfng for un interview m which she woulll give hint some Intporlaut news about sus peeled persons she Jot no reply Phew she took her way to the house insisted that she must see him and when for bidden entrance by MlltIIII wile she RIIII urged the Importance of her lr mill Marat beard I hI sound ot tbtlr Tokes and shouted out for a reason ot the nolse that bothered him When lipid thllt It was the woman who hud twice written hIm he bade her came In Xbp wife otaluat her will let her pass Marot was labia bath wrapped in- an Ink stained aheet and was writing on n board laid across the bath Ask Inr her errAnd he took down all the dptnU8 she frees blm When ho had the name ota b Wronil1lt who WB ntwork In CaeI tie told her that Ina week they would be brought to the tuUlotJn Thes an she atoodbtald- ehe bath she plunged the knIfe Into Ibis beet and bt died wflha cry to Ibis Wllf to como to him I Just before her execution she wrote l to the Glroodlata at Caep that she au Impplaeae with B Int- heaElysiao fields after her death aid eMao wrote tender and lorlng fates aetitettraate her relfltlvOa and t l1eu tr tM4rreredde1tb tho ex ei 1t otietIiUed W her head by the bats aDA straCk Jt a brutal bloW with Old Sit j itat4ba moroea afijgent- frioIbeHta O feltupon 1t hero U ta apo tie Oeaa faceldoatao Qlobek ar has Ifs datlN ial well u tb tfjillaDcttetell8 + F y 1 tIlf TI Nbaltrna Re frt A S9hAa Sir Ian 13dmlltgn was fs South etlf1ruckletot emCtteIard- Fftcbeetlerhe lied ocFsAloa to ak4t mat- her aiargedcpot of w lchiJ anr o- fAcerslucommapd Uawtltonfomtdthat at last Hid rather wearily JO thg of- cer tYou kIow thl8 sort ot thing wUl not dolt all What doToaava pose your Drams weree given you fort 1sureIdo not know Senoral was the cheerful reply Stnco I came here I have worked sIxteen hours It day and more I hove acted as mule teamster porter van guard supply Clerk station waster orderly room clerk typist and a doaep otberthlgs I think It I badtiaot kocn endotvrI- wllh brains I might baco managed to take outwo or three Moro jobllIU1well but as It La I must admit I nmaowe what handicapped Slr Ian Iiawhtomt was forced tq laugh and shortly after the young ufficer found hiuiself attached to the Ijemls personal stuttLondon Tit U PsychIc Phenomena The Chinese behlove that the po Is equtvaletit to the suprQlmhmal self the Ii1ll1ll pllSolwllty Unterpenetrnting- turd Indissolubly nttnrblll to the body the him belug the subliminal or lulsl- be sett also lhtorpametrating theo body but hot ltidlssolubly attached to It For instance time hun of a girl clop td with n lover leavIng the pblIlct1- hody Informed by the po only and there she lay 17 bed a semlroulIlIolIl- Iuvalld for several years until the reI turn ot a runaway pair who bad been duly tnarriei and were bringing home n cauae ot children I5hlle the I1l1tonI Ishrd parcats wern wondering what to robe ot It nil the girl lu the bed got and went out to meet herself tie- wo tell Into each offices arms and here ant then m the presence Of spec tutors they Ion 11Ilrl and became one one ordinary woman dressed however In two complete Halts ot clothes Theosophical Review Weighing Touch A rcmnrl able Instrument Is that used for the pnrlose ot measuring Uo 1nleI of touch Ibis device consists of n series of little disks each three mUll meters In diameter suspended by fine delicate thread from wooden lanuulles the last belmg stud Into holes round block The lightest dish Is taken out nod brought lute contact with the hut lit the subJect he having his eras It nothing Is fet n healer dlllk Is employed and so on until the pressure becomes noticeable rite disks weigh front one to twenty will grams mod with their old It hllll been proved that the sense ot touch In the average person Is conveyed IIy two tail- 1lgnuns gin the forehead temple anti back ot time fnrenrn five for the nose ntul the chla and fifteen for the latter surface of the tiugersNew York lrlb uric The Assllnlnll Tin 5ssns5lus were a religious and tnlllniry order who came lute exist ellll llurlllg the eleventh century In Persia iitid who devoted themselves to the destruction after stealthy appronch- of ail who ullloSld the Moslem fhlth- In trait war Thu crusaders Ulet with hrJIIlIh of these dllllernte zealots lu Syria amt mIIt ot the warriors ot the cross were lInin rllelllllssly and with mysterious soddenness In consequence The Tnrllll extermlnah time Persian IIs4ll14 In 110 and fourteen years later the Snlun land ot murderers was wiped out by I1n Egyptian ruler Butt thin home they bore remains ns I- idlslgllatloll ot dread Herbert SpfnCGrS Roret 1 Ir TolIlI1l1elll in his stnlnIacrnccs ells this stcrJ nbnut lIerhert bI- ro 1sne er vitrd the close ot his life Spencer frequented a boarding house and lImllclllJ to meet II lady who bad often slued within plllhot ot tutu I asked her it she could remember any arise sayings ot his After pondering for solute Iliac she nusweretlt I cnn reo- lJIemhcr our ot his remarks lIe said that malt Irg good melted butter is a lost art lu hug68ndl- e The Eccentrics lot understand the Neweds are hay Ing trouble remarked the spinster boarder Some people tllle her part and some others side with him 1nd I suppose growled the scanty hnlnd bimebelorat the IlPClul extremity ot the mahogany there ore a few CC centric people who mind their own busIIIC8SChlcllgo News Unconcernedi the placidity It so It any hr cnlled ot the nuke ut Wellington has reference to n naval otlicer II near connection of the duke The ship which this oWcer cQlJ1m11nd Ill vzts lost and he himself was dtoVD ed When the news vna cpmmunlcattd to the duke he merely excllllml1- Thats the second ship he has lostr Hard to Pit Your audiences seemed shocked by the show At drat answered the manager but we expurgated It1 tud then M fhen they seomned dUpppointcd Exchange Balm Fo lFld human4niaitlenlleC and rlettantly dteytfd ThA fhtnien need olltlJecomtoFtlb1 cap rfctandinayQnd some lv fife ltch tiOI r + Tltlre Is Tuly ant ume for pUblic dls- dreeq and ltrnt Iii public edll atlan Ak reeled to make men thoughtfulmerpl turnnil JUlltnuHldnI A 44 j U U YTEIEGflAPH Rfr it B 2Jd Slndr petpttattI by J Use o the Wwet j t10 uvl 11 t THE WAY ABANKtW S1UOLkb S a II M ALot1 Nev o a dii TrThat Was ProJ rly Dellvgrsd byi OQ oft the Company Meeeeoafm eya Made a Winding Combihatlotltr raNlnety ntd will accept as gospel truth the cQuteutq- of a telegram whenltcomes frutyi thq hands of a messenget toy tJbe buy and Bell payout large auwsoftuoneyN- stithun IOllgjourucyuuIldo codhtlcss other things hlwnthetuggCstlon Oftho little yellow or wbltc pitper sUp wftb- tbafr condensed meuges without to the least queatiouingihelr autheutlclty- VUbIsan UmtereeUnsfuct upon which hinget an euorwous ttmouutoL the countrys business and It le u1500 fact union whMI hinge some ot the clever est und boldest frauds In trlwlol1l rec tiNS A lot ot nerve and a little telegram- wits it combination that trade posslble- it smoothswludlo rip r Des MoInes bonlt A well dresstd man apparently It business wan of large mlfalrs called It the paying tillers window with I- Idrnrror check ou un Omaha banlt and IJSklll It the Uuaha bunk tutd tell gruphed notice that the draft was good lIe got nu for nil answer and then informed the teller that such u telegram aught Je expected at any moment Soon mtfteruvturd the telegram arrived drllvertd by u messenger boy appearing to have coupe from the Own ha brink lull authorizing the Des Moines bank to pay the draft When the stranger appeared again be was given the 100 When the Des Molues- bnuk people took up the matter by wire with the Omahn bank Wlfoltnil that the latter institution had oat sent the telegram and then It was discovered that the whole transaction was n fraud But how could the swludlerssend a telegram from Omaha bearing the hanks name They dId It io this manner 1n accomplice of the Des Moines man stepped to n telephone booth Ira Omaha and called the tlle graph onlcc This is the bank ho said Send a messenger at once to get n telegram for Des Moines Then thlll nccolDpllle hurrllll to the entrance or the Omaha bank to meet the messenger and there handed hIm the message for Des MoInes The telegraph company had no reason to helleve otherwise than that the bank had actually signed the message and it tranRmllle1 It The Des Moines hank also accepted the teleralitns genuIne because It bore every mark lit genuineness and It paid out the money to the ewindlerstvho tImed their fraud so that they got out ot reach ot the law on trains that left Immediately after their game bud been mvorkcd In two smaller western towns n RIm liar game wits worked only for seven or eight times the amount An alleged horse buyer appeared In one 1t the towns and made purchase ot a carload tt fine animals to be delivered and pnlll for nt a later day preceding whtrli he made the acquaintance of the tlmeera of one ot the banks Ou the Jay fixed for the delivery ot the horses the alleged buyer deposited 11Ithe batik n draft for u largo amount drawn au R bank lu another town u bunrlr4d miles away At the same timehthe bank received a teleralll purporting to rome tram the distant book author lzing the payment ot this draft The bank believed the telegram paid out the money and then discovered that the lelcT1I1II was fraudulent It had not been lIelttbf the second lIanl hut hI a confederate or the alleged horse buyer Eater developments disclosed that this oIItDpllce had cnllld up the telegraph otUre In the IIlslllnt town by telephone This Is cashier ot the bank bp said Please send tMII telegram for tue Then be gave the message authorizing the first bank to pay the bogus drittt and this message the telegraph company sent without suspecting that It pas frauduleutt Some years ago an eastern man was Induced to Incest 10 worthless mining stock on the basis ot a fraudulent telegram purporting to come from liD ex pert he had sent out to inestlgate the mining property but which was bad reality sent Inn manner similar to the above by a confederate This eaitera mans faith In telegrams cost him some thing more than 10000 The story ot a fraud with op amu5 log side comes from across the water with a London man ot rather convivial habits as the vlcttm This man was forgetful and used to lave at home Li office and sate ktYL also had practice otlel1vwJ the city lurrep- tlnullf for a day now and thou tyrc- onvjvial timee with friends u known 10 hs wife One day ihiei seas manwentononeofhiayerlodicj- aunts and a rogue wboukne i b- babita Tentarrdtosendtbit leara tp bll wIfe P use Jld ltIi Love Freddy fn due eouree ot U the keyp dtlripred ot nilbot8 door add the ro celve them Ile ranaackedQ tW office at his leleare safe and 111ta tbdt ntg6ttbg bUIPr I ao 4p wlf9g3 iletfulde s T6JsWu but ho kept his coanse- i nttIng be cllKcbvlretl that hteo1fCe- I robbet1i4RatlidF bar bnfg I patch r r Jtf Tho affretlonsare like naLrft flitnaTt i w1U C tatlS- tey r havefafenLaCOM f1t Prt5 fi i hryKnw Liglkllh A Wt I tear 1ajlioWyfets boek I i- tonelatonaayrho IT 6Bakaa Trail Irederkk HQ ten a the story- of tIo Ottoman Zngtlehundrac Jto rglHhp obto tjts1fJb mach n t hegad- dressedaap auppcr hatw dl not roeognlzo tlie In g h ajoke and ourn4fortunafelgnoraCee iqs 19yr oyn guc I Itall ot timid etateGlntlve understood l111fo pool sl J podotandI am epeaktng Engll li i If We were astounded Perhaps t do uncecor rectlyhe wrote quitI have learned the bookBiJ t The lillariotie Engllshwa In o- party1 r vii the unhappy Ital1Sn4Lle first teal lcasin fonco He took the pencil wrote Alwiuys pronpu o Engliahmis it not pelt as It not pro nouncedc rime alt ofb Rattler the fhcrokee Indians luretortbp blto of t rattlesnake Isnt once so com mon sense and sdientific its to merit a widespread neceptance Its common sense lies in the fact that the victim has or ought to have the necessary Implement nlways at hand tbeie need not ho nit Instants delay and that itts the sclentlfic plan goes without saying because It carries awtiy the poison at once The Indlao ht once when bit ton drawing li knife pinched up the part bitten rtd cut It out then seek lag the nearest stream not often very tttr away plunged the leg In the ran nlug water and kept It there until nil IJleelllng hal ceased and nR my ID- formallt an old mn told me seldom surrrrcd any Ill effects Usually na we know n physician cnn he ruched or relluble remedy had until the case Is too far gone for any effort do avail hut with n knife nod It not n ruunlnjt stream water enough to keep the wound well washed and the blood Rnwluq I belllTe there would be fewer deaths following rattlesnake bitesForest and Stream How to Settle Bills There is a young Harlem matron whose mental equilibrium Is upset the first ot each month lJy the prospect 01 letting her hllsbaudJse the size ot thff VlnkJOdtorvaluable snggest1dim t a Ms to the simplest means ot se fg The small child seeing billsI examining with n doused W ot paper inquired ts It a nice mom No Its n Ifer bill rlel The chllds used as If she were aenrcbng her Inncost soul for some word Acounfort + tSuddenly she flashed a ok at JJ mother and her voice I ai4th e l 1 Ilaucy Of 3ftIme- ndont you have to VI xxNew k Press t ITheifitEven there Is- occaslouallytt trr ofhu It ld- hnstotvti th5nldflood n groctYtGto m on the cltt- zens otved lo4Erlohg e II good sized hill for nrovlslons loatlul along on aiidtlin3lfihe rs In a WIraft madertcr1lvhtvtntlow s mind u- skylight f9mt tiHs1lit ot tinquent debtor whlt l fu tta of the IClogto man r th1unhn ti debtor Im hlJtAt d can do eep my bend t Bove tt here tl 1Uar- per s 5 A7kC tits of R vcllug kited nt ItenifI tiIg n so t of tUH nd sail ut us she t cimcr a II cathj drill tiers tam s IIhl is ktul l ewould cimooslimber lelottery about to IJl ruo It u nrea sUnIau O1IdIfi1 Jssut to be 4Np1sod OeetINyou a devil4 will WMnllJH Ytn Upnll lied Dqd timb elvautwAl uctQ9know to- Tanplble Asset J- I be we Ill promote naportaJ lion 141 ater7 think F me formlur- igimt o y bitt Iii G an oceani age rI- i fir to 11 k7 5310- t aId tlllu k o Bredt met as a Star tikelijutin rcplj eman 1 t 3- mR1 buddy aet A tP l UBdnet l671 rery tube Ih says deprly beloved you feel l 7 adeeel eta floaswof OSEQ 1C5 I c 1w RUSBI aMl I lH VShat 7htA2rken th t PhY J IUJi ir t i1 Ef Arf F J ArIQN to i 11U t PidtaThW61 IIVcrerf Jtroued Aline wider iG iriatthe om1athJit 8hata- tend l1ieSody rnrt Mkchis flint Failed Kuni4 Ill t TJit alt dotithart4Ia NJ the atb bt rthe tzars may extend pUle world r4otitlMWtfcrevet ttierutrrOf aU the Rvsdiae ma ppentQbco the shitdoaC ot fear JleJiII Vfbl 3 O c1fdPaJlai once 10 athepalace- gatden3 AfCxaddQbllowttarfiredat- AgttucI4 the Winter Ialnce squats oneEoldrleffiwearing the mnlform oft apamcddlfu fHtbtt uardione dy and agatnthbstznt wlla ftrd upon AleiiGtidCrfhulotdr the pplace Solo rlllr folloWed andtlrcd three timo Theeznr run la zigzags however dbdeoyeyedped Norlpugafter ward ttvA minks were Il1lc tobloup the Uapertal trainOne dId not ex plode hubtthe second wrecked the train Once mote the car escaped Watching eyes badlsarod blm their owners having persuaded the ruler to take notbertl1lln 1 Later Alefnuder II owed his life to Chit fact that bee came late to a tune Ion at the palace A bontb blew clean out a large portion of the imperial real dence but tho czar was nQt present Butt ot all the attempts on the lives ot itusslasrulerstwostand out most clearly for their amazing Inenult One tells the story ot 11 little unpre teutlous sh plnMnlaJa Sadovlljn street Kobozet then unknown to the police took the shop and set out to impress the police who were alt ways making sudden tn +peetlons ot premises along the thoroughfares through whIch Alexander II passed that ho wits nothing but a provision dealer Nearly every one In that street was II paid spy but Itobozllr Joked with his customers pleased his purveyors and way most affable pad apparently harmleis The denier Inspired confidence and his custom increased grlldunlll No wonder for most ot the parcels that his customers were cnrrrlnJ away by day contained nothing but enrtb earth that dtirtng the night hours bad been scraped by the mon and his wife from beneath the streets It was by spghin4gglogs method that utun nel Ilf and cleared under the ihocougtifatqjGdamine laid bet neat the IIn hntider tdublfltpdnlltai 1chtheb- OuSewJtesleptC9lItlngr thcrcntry to the tllopel I Yet all the Work was uscI aa On- thq any the Fchepe to e carJId out czar upset tin the errpnje rpedtd1iydblil If dif to tuncb th- Ut d IluchCss Ctlther1l1 bliCUueloinit- A mbdgtWiile iwlid weep Wokblngon behalf ot theterrorists WIJII lIbeauti- tul Alrlo c9uutea i tpormuwed Ii- r ayl 14 gels lluvJp aeGjnyi the warptJ1br ua o14Pi way tf1 r ut Yoiir itch cdrryln lJdaiIJeiwCre atattohed- 7ne tIdw1lilil in 1 iJliolti Were s shed all arottadbotthe czar fellllttl- ilNthbllJ mtoowtDunseatiiedlA Iieeron- dplan holding u bomb came foyWRj1 and threw ILUhlsLimo the effect- tarlIsiatTf ttyuF Veclq r thusinrow rJ4rJl1Jle tlJfJslent In his book Trs f a fell IItI CUkbY1I8CtttJ eB l ieptvern- siitthrl o1Tec l3tr died tWczair who p c as by a miracle manytletliAlefdbderIli iQJ totlthted add there were fttteDlptR upcin 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