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Hkwtf tb j Bcjntblican1 If t p Fin job Work i DEVOTED TO TILE INTERESTS OF ALL TILE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription l per Year VOL iUIl IAltTF01W 0H10 COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909 Non MORE G000 TIMll ER FOR OF1F1C- ETinsley Smitll andBlack W Are Presented ks Something About Blrthand LtvesofRepublicanNominees our raiders nro given some Interest Ing history of the RepuWlcan noml UOOI for County Court Clerk County Attorney And Sheriff belowt Wilburn Sumner TlnsloRepubllcnn nominee for Cotnty Court Clerk of Ohio county was born August 28 1869 about five miles northeast of Hartford In what Is known ns the WI1eh1ngton or Dig Bend neIghbor hood being a son of CaptAin Wood bury Tinsley who was for many years Poutmaster of Hartford and well known TlnSleY1IIkcontinued farming until about six years ago when he embarked In the hard I ware business In Hartford He acquired I ills education In the common schools or Ohio County and by hard study t and faithful readIng has added mD terlallyto this eduction and fund of Information He was nominated for County Court Clerk for Ohio county four years ago and elected by over 600 mnJorltynnd has made II faithful painstaking official giving entire sat IsfmcUon to every person who has had bulness to conduct through this office He was runomlnated laSt fan lifter a hard struggle over one of tile most popular young mom on Ohio county lie win be reelected In Nu- vembel by a largo majority and will continue to make the people au effl clent County Court Clerk v CipaUlllitVUullla111 IluXlulri a County Attorney of Ohio county was tarn In 1876 and reared on II farm near Cernlvo In the Western part of the county where lie spent his thOIpubJlc e1cho egan teaching arvt taught a ot euccessful scAgQiar1ttthe moan time readlnt law H 9JI P prepare himself for h choacn rote lon to life Ho wasndpthted tqthebar at Hartford In March aid moved to Hartford the following year to en gage In practice In July 1903 he be can e the editor of the Hartford Republican whicypositica he filled in a highly creditable manner reslplng the lame In the taU of last year candldJ1telro7 hiebtr r Snlth ear held was thnt l i of Olty Atgney JOE Wlr4fortwo l115 Q 8It90Ii undCl ap- polnitment by th City Council which ljidalttoithothled iiia highly credit able manner to all eioncerned- Mr Js a well trained lawyer aDc1 a eiiauf splendid abllltyyoungv- JgQrousn of good 1tts and good I morals lie Will make 1 splendld County aildihb election IS bo1i d qugstioagatltbOurk kahas been IJ F I J i- r U e r kept out ati setivo campaigning for severalweekM on account df aerlous- IUnNSof bin wife Thomas H Black Republican nom Inee for Sheriff of Ohio County was born near lorlou 1Ky Sept 19 1872 on a farm where he spent his boyhood day until twenty years of ago when 1ecanto JI Hartford find went to work for Fields and Holbrook In the livery business His father John W mack having been elected jailer of the county In 1894 and dying In office young Black WM appointed to tilt out his unexpired term of six months Sept p 1897 lie was nom mated And elected for tho full term and was reelected In 1901 serving eight years and six months During that dmolbo made a most capable officer and has a record of having never had a prisoner escape from him during his entire service as jailer of Ohio countya record which hots nev er been attained by any other jailer of the county In all probability After Mr Black term expired he went III to the livery business with Mr E E Birkhead and has since conducted the business under the firm of Black and frkhead bir Black has always taken a lively intetrttt In politics and has been a faithful worker for his party Although clflcle iIn his services and 8t n ijKprinclples he has never znth h mself obnoxious to men on the other jlde and In consequence enjoys IIt the presellt time the conn- dJnctt of the Democrats11 largo numbers and alsd the bupporC of many In his race for Sheriff Many persons bellevo that Mr Black will receive the largest majority ever accorded a can didate on the Republican ticket for Sheriff In Ohio County A Surprise Birthday Dinner Mrs Henrietta Nabors Olatnn Ky was given a surprise birthday din ner September 22 In honor of her 40th birthday There were 5G friends and relatives present and the afternoon was spent very pleagantly and all enjoyed themselves at the beautiful reS Idence of Mr and Mrs Martin Nabors Mr and Mrs W T Payton the photographers were present and made groups of the family and visitors rhe11 large dining room WM tastefully ranged and the table was loaded with various fruits cakes and dalumull dishes Mrs Nabors was the recipient of ninny lovely birthday greeting card re1unionenjoyed the surprise dlllUer most hear tUy ns she know nothing of the dinner until most everyono hind mot at her home with wQUf1l1ed baskets Many of the visitors attended from D distance Wo all hope to meet and spend anothbr pleasant afternoon again E T RALPH Sept 27The Rev R1U Futlua begun a series ot meetings at AdlLburg- IJ nightMrshas been- confined in the HOlklnsvUh Asylum Is homo with her family Mr Devert Mp Jley f s at home sick with fever Mr and Mrs Frank Russell visited at Mr Rod DeantISu4IY 1 Several from hero attended tbeaine- ra mooting at Narrows Several candidates visited out berg this last week meeting their friends Nearly every farmer Is preparing for a large wheat crop Mt mb Taylor visited his little friend Omn Westertteld Sunday Mr and Mrs Elmer D Taylor were the guests df Mr and Mrs Ronda Wade Saturday night and Sunday The next County Attorney h E- Smith was in town d rlday Most everybodY attended the colt show at Magan given by CE Muter There was n fine lot of colts on e- hIbItlon being the butt over shown In thIs section of tile county Ronda Wade ran a wagon loaded with lumber over Lis pct dog and Instantly kllled him Ho fcels he- sngtainod a greathloss ir t 1 e tr J 61ANT DEMOCRATS i TO DEBATE TARIFf Bryan and Bailey To Come At Each Other iu Warm Argument Atlanta G A Sept 28A Joint 4e bate on the tariff by William JIm nlngll Bryan and Senator Joseph W Bailey of Teats nt Atlanta Is nssttr ed the meeting to be held some tIme next monnth In the New Audltnrlum here Today Senator Bailey wired his nc ceptance pf the formal Invitation extended by the Young Mens Democratic League of Atlanta for a Joint de bate between himself anti Mr Bryan While no reply to the Invitation has been received from Mr IJryanadvlccs to The Constitutlon from Fort Worth Tex are to the effect that Mr Bdley wired Mr Bryan of his nllelltnnce of the Invitation Mr Bryan will arrive at his home Lincoln Neb tomorrow and Is expected to formally accept tho invttn Lion and suggest a suitable date When Mr Bryan slake In El Pa so Tex last week an effort WitS made to arrange a Joint debate between himself and Senator Bailey At that time he stated that h would not consider the matter nhlest Mr Bailey should make II personal request for such n meeting Now that Senator Bailey has made the personal request It is believed that Mr Bryan will be only too glad to meet Mr Bailey The Democratic convent Ion pf Tex as oposed the plank In the tiatlonnl Democratic platform declaring for free raw material and Senator Dalley attacked that feature of the partys plat form on the floor of the Senate Mr Bryan went to TIxas about two IIlwechion this subjectthelatter dlfllldlng his epositlon from platforms lu various pIIrlll of the state Death of Mrs Amanda BarnettI Mrs Amanda lJarnett widow of Robert E Iiaraett died at her home ono and onelmlt miles north of Hart forcl Tuesday evening about 9 oclock Mrs Barnett bad been IU for several weeks and her death lead been expected a short time ago but when the end came she had trade good progress towards recovery turd hr death was sudden She was III the 80th year of her age having been born April 6th 1830 She was the only child of Elijah Phipps She was married UJ Robert E Barnett who died 35 years ago nJd to thlll union was born twelve childrenten- iof whom are living Those who tlur- vlve are Mr F P Barnett hart CaneyvllleIMrRev h n and Uzal Barnett Arkansn R J Barnett Union City Tenn Alex V Gnnd A 1L Darnett Hartford and Mrs Alzlne Rogers 111- 1nols The funeral services and burial took place at lexander burying groundyesterday morning at 10oelock Rev R D Bennett preaching the fu neral sermon A large inumber of friends and relatives attended thu ceremonIes M8 Barlett was loved by all Who know her and on account of her great age and splen did fund of Information concerning pioneers of this locnl she WtlS Idolized by all the telativea and neighbors and will be greatly missed In the walks of Ute In her vicinity Peace to her ashes Hartford School Notes At the close of the school month last Friday there were two hundred and tweatyelght pupils enrolled In the entire school Of this numberflf ty were In thq Iritnary grades forty In the third and fourth grade forty gradesrortyone grade and fifty lathe high School A yeektroD Fridays general liter ary exercises will bogiyen In nil the grades Visitors are cordially invited to visit the school and hoar these exercises j wDedication of New Church podlcatipnsorvmes of Dailys chap l the new tar E church South lit RoslneK Wmb held 8aiiday Oc theiA J f it f r ANNUAL CONFERENCE- HELD AT MAYSVILLE Methodist Preachers Meet and i I Appointments Are f Made Mnysvllle Ky Sept 2iThe third annual conference of the uthO1 lust Episcopal Church of Kentucky came to a close this afternoon after a seven days sexmlena It was ono of the largest attended conferences held In ninny years and much vital Importenco to the church waRI transacted Just prior to Clio final Journment Bishop Luther 11 read the nppohitments to Uw vrlnul barges for the ensuing year F M Creech of Louisville wa1 named as district superlntendentof the Loulsv11lo district with assignments nl follows Arlington J B Jones Beaver Dam R T Harper Bowling Oreen D Keen Bowling Green circuit J F Hopkins Deer Lick John Rich DIxtelvl1h CFry Farlington HardlnsIburgW Dame LeitchfieldHenry A Barnes loullllIIe Epwortlt church J W Can pattersonjand Oorlell Morgantown John L Burton No Creek W H Crane Owensboro- T M Ilavls Paducah S n Wnrdrlll IcrninWlltoJ M ham TompklnslIIl C R Davidson Pipe Grove J II Hicks WoodsvUlI J H Emery Zion N O- Grizzle Outoll Ell Wesley J G Dev or of Asbur was named district i dlsItrlctsuperintendent of Lexington district and J M Ackman superintendent or oho Ashland district I OLATON I Sept 29Messrs Toni Graves nUll Tom BelluUlY of logal1I11011 Butler county were the guests of relatives hero from Saturday until louday They were enrouto to Owensboro where I Mr Graves went to purchinse a new Stock or goods I Rev R W Oldham Font of Rough filled his aptrirlnttnent at Olatln- Ihtll1st church Saturday ntid Sunday lie admitted seven hew members into the church Mi oomm WIlman has been at the bedside of his brother Mr Gordon Weedman Mtliwond since Thursday I sU I S Rngland Sulphur Springs rhulIIIIlr thoIi IIIIIesfrpm Clifton Mills Ky mad will I spend two week1 whet relatives Mr and Mrs n IL Basham hertI have been In Missouri the arrived nt their old hone near Cedars Grove last week They came from Cameron Movla SL Louis and Ow- eusboro Mr Joe St Clair went to Narrows Monday Mr Henry Wade wire and little daughter bliss Georgia of lIen l1In Ky Were the guests of Mr Wades I lrarents Mr and Mrs James Wade I of Fallen Rock from Saturday until Thursday Prof A n Stewart wife and dill drne Donnie anti Delmer attended church at New Baymus Sunday and dined with Mr Worth Lloyds family Prot and Mrs Stewart lead thee singing at New llAymus Sunday Mrs John F Allen and Mrs Mel vlna Hall spent Monday afternoon with Mrs C N McDaniel 1118s Dettlo St Clair Is spending- the week with friends and reltlUvCJII mov1edMrs Hannah Hopper left Saturday for White Run where she will visit- 3fr Owen Wllsitud family Mr U G Ragland Sulphur Springs phased through QlatonThllt ay enI r JUte to East View I Tho work done at the Olaton cem approoI trees were ly nndn1ucb needed work done for tk- J i y Improvement of our cemetery 1T H Black Hartford W S Dean Dundee spent Wednesday night with Mr Martin Nabors- J W Cheek FordsvUle C J nos well Narrows dined with Mr turd Mrs Martin Nabors at their birth day dinner An earthquake shock which last ed about 10 seconds WM felt at Ola ton at 340 oclock Monday morning The quake was the generlll topic of conversation among the town pcrople Monday Reports received from DIo101 Dam horse Branch and Fallen Rock say that the shock was plainly felt there ilouses were shaken and windows Jarred This Is the first shock felt here In many yoors It Is not thought that any damage was done In this vicinity ROSINE health Is good In this community Farmers are about done cutting tobacco and milking molasses Sunday School Is progressing nicely at this place The new Methodist church nt this place is about cotnpletexl Wt are glad to have two nice churches here Bro Lawrence of Beaver Dam Is holding a series of meetings at Fair- View Logan Wllllon visited his sister Mrs Artie lines Sunday tight Roy lllid Clarence Hines visited their auntlass Annie llrownd or Fair Vlow Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Avtle HlIICH visited Mrs Cam Stowart Monday evening Mrs lldsy pltlce Is visiting her daughter Mrs Nancy Ronllllls of Render lit thlll writing Tom limes and family visited Mr- Oasley hall tuhl family last Sunday FAIRVIEW The protracted meeting nt this place Is still to progress Qultea tlumbet have been convertNI i Our Sunday School closed out last Sunday with a largo crowd In lit tendanceSchool Is progressing nlceh SUCllslofRun Is visiting friends uud rllllthc In this community Miss Derlha Thomas Cedar Grove visited Miss Ora WilBon Saturday night and Sunday Miss Maudt Wilson Olaton visited relatives hero Saturday night end Sunday Mr Tom Wllmn wit and bbaySa- bem visited his pnronts Mr and Mrs- J It Wihon Saturday nlghlacd Suit day visitedMlsslllnadeMisses Erie Cox toslne Oma Camp Salem nndllesslo K Acton visited Miss Stella CIum1I Sunday JSlss Clara and Lillie JultnsonDo SaturdayLittle Miss Ruby Acton retm tteil home Muudayaftcr a few days with her grandparents J1r nod IsltI TW Acton Mt Vernon Mrs Ella Bryant and daughter Miss Maudie llortonmnd Mrs Annie Porter and little son Cl1ntertown visited Mrs C CWhlto IIIHI family Saturday night and Sunday StelIlaMr illr harry CramesSunday Miss Proshla Rulnes Mt Pleasant Is visiting Mtsses Jessie and Bessie Raley Mrs J Ii Wilson Is on the sick list Green River Meeting The Green River Tobacco Growers Association A Sof a shall met on the first Thursday In January Ap- rli July and October of each year In view of the foregoing you will please observe that Thursday October lth will be the date of our October meeting and we urge that each local union elect at lout one delegate to attend this very Important meeting and till members of this organization are Invited to attend We alSo cull 01- 1liil who have pooling pledges in their hands to turn them In at this m el lug and wo want to state further that no tobacco can be pledged with the A S of E after the last day of September so It you have not been waited on wee give you fair warning that you may attend to thlsmltter Wo kindly ask all newspapers to publish the foregoing y C B ROBERTSON Secys IMPETUS GIVEN TOBACCO POOL Great Burley Grower JoinS in Good Work Addition of Turfmans Crop Will Have Widespread Influence Lexington Ky Sept 28 Tune to bacco peel of the Burley Society received IL new Impetus today when it was announced that the 360 acres grown ou Elmendorf the farm of tile millionaire turfman James n Uaggltt hall been put Into the pool Reports from nil the counties of this bluegrass received today IniUcnttJ greatly improved conditions for the success of the movement Mason county has already pooled Hb per cent of her crop lIarrlsou county more than 75 pet cent Nick olas 70 per cent Bath 7ij per coot Clark moro than iO per cent Mont gomery nearly 80 leer cent Fleming almost the entire acreage and the movement in Fayette is Ttclelng Jet ter support than Its promoter hop ed forTho pooling of the I1ngglu crop WR9 arranged at conference held YUitcr day between Lister WlthTlIKIOII Jf- Woodforll county and Mr C II Ber- ryman acting for Mr Hagghe- Thu matter was presented hy MI- Wltherspoou simply ilK a husluess proposition and after a brier discussion of till pooUng contract Mr Ber- ryman signed It- Mr Witherspoon also annoullcell today the signing of the big crop of Mr Johnson N Camden Jr whore production this year will probably- exceed 180000 pounds After Mr- Ilagglns the crop of Mr Camden III probably the largest In the Burley holt Because of the night riding last year which Will Irruked upon by mshy of the larger growers liS nu attempt at coercion Mr hlaggln with many other large producers refured 10 env- ter tilt lIuol The crop of that year wns about onetenth what It Is this yearMr Ilaggin has annollnctd his sympathy with the pooling unnvemeutnud will lead It Jiis vigorous suppart After the nnnOllnCIIIIllIt that 11- 1Hagglu had jonet tine iolwl was mule It was given alit that II grlMltI1I I Ing would be Iwlll In Lexlugtotifhurse- lny afternoon nt 1 Iclock at whi h Miss Alice Lloyd Congressman A 0- StanleyexCongressmni V P Kim lilllJopl II Fort and Prtehlont Clarence leUlls will ut4ldross the growers en the merits of their plan to 4 cure higher prices At this meeting the exact acreage of FayeUe county In ulld out uf the pool w1I1 be reported At till came time meetings will- be held lu every GMauty In thin Itur- ley district and the growers wltt have pooled their crops will decide whether the 11001 shall be tleclared off or not Irlsldfnt leUlls speech of Thursday will be his first ap- pearanco before n Fayette cotmty audience Secretary J D Clark of the Pay elto County Board of Control staid today that more tobacco baa already been pooled than In the years of 1906 and 1907 combined T- ARNOLD Health In this country Is fairly good Mr R A Coy who has been sick for quite a while Is sitiwly Imropving- Mr Mark Sndtli who tins lately moved from Indlnnn Is reported some better Mr Lonnie Evans and Miss Florence Evans were married onthe 23rd of September ReV S1 Erans officiating Quite a nun1ber frum this commrnl ty attended the Butler Couhty Fair Tobacco Is nearly alt eat toad the farm eN are busy making molasses- Mr HarvtoDaugherty made a flying trip toCromwelHngt Stuurday- Mr R Pharrs of Irrows Is visiting his parents ltrytP W PharrIs Several attended church at Mt Liberty last Sunday Rev Ill J Eml11 of Dalzetowtl preached an interesting sermon Sun tlay I 4 ETURNEn THE PRIZE w ifI r A Trophy That Did Not Remain Long In Captivity T THE MISSING COAT OF ARMS I K Belonged to the American ConUlate In Honolulu and Was Carried Off by a Party of EnlJlieh MiddiesThe fltn- titution and Apology OOSpeaklDJ of old times oo the coast said ao Uregoatan remands we of tOme of the sterling characters we had there One wu Governor 31e Bride ut Uregoa Lila Drat otncfal duties were at Uooolulu wbere he was United States wlDlster King fume hameha war the ruler at the time Tbl- mlDaler was a berolc type of a m2a the fatber ot fourteen rbildreo aid a- umber ut his sons became d1511n- guLolbed I men In rartous profeaslona- He WU II true Amerkai east la an ultra patriotic mold and maoy ItorlelI are toll anions the oldUmers Jmtrlotkm rid bravery Wben McCtlde rracbed Uooolulo he tooud there were no outward In Ignla designating the American coo ulate or mlitstera otflce so be burl a large American coat ot arms cut out I ot wood pled end decorated appro- prfately and thla was hung over tb utce door that all the world might sir- It It was naturally a tOal1kuOnll ob- Ject and of wucll Interest to the pub Ue One day eo EnsIJsb mI Dot Tn came Into tart The sailors and IDldI shlpmeD were given liberty arid II often bappens wwe ut thtw bad In larlous ttmee Among the tben mill shlpmei were Lord Gordon and Lord rlprestord who like all mldablpmPu In from D long cruise were out fur D Jolly time WalklD down the IIeft they did hot fall to notice that Yank coat of arm and ai ertlltonl wu collecting brieabrae and curlosltlfS It occurred to him and Cordon that tbh would be a One addition to their co- llotion a trophy worth baring 80- thel selected a time when the minis let was away and the otflee cloud prelumhbll at night nod look down ttrr coat ot arms bind a native rebl ell to carry It down to the dOlk nod lluaIl1I1u 11d In =etting It alJomt Without roy of this ranking otlcera knowing IIntblol nbout I- tlbl nest tnornln when the minister came down to the otflcc his asi + t ant raid 31r 3ltotaterr your birds taken SIbt What do you mraor asked hi rxrefleocy Your coat of arm Is gone rp- pUfd the aid Conn when Flown ofT r 1 Not tartly said the other Iti- Jnrt dIAl PI3 NIJ I rbe minister walked out into th- rtrprl awl lookrrl liP The coat rf arms whirb was Orr or rlx fir t ICrtJS washnticeable Its abanp- It bad taken wins 811d110wli away Exactly whet the mlnlster said ha- Wit been tblfmlrkdIIt so PIljfd that twrPlltord hid f Irra the atrlue driver DO extra fare for bi tronbk Some one dlitOprf1 this awl rtuk lly rpJrtt it to the tniu- hler i who at once made a demand I upon tbp roptaln ot tbP trllIP for III- rrlurn The II1llIln who wnK InnI rot denied that the thing was nlrnrrd rhlp The IOloltr sent hbi evidrnc- Ptotbe captain rIieatlig bh demand and dewauding IIn apology for the In silt rhe eaptala now began an In1fII- alloD and the cutprlt owned up JndItrok the fat or arID on deck It was prowptiyt + Pnt ashore and r tnrwd to the u0ice ot Ihl minister Icllrldl who was there refused to receive It rpll the captain or your trhalp that I desire rbut the men who touk It down bring It back plats It where they found It sod upulogl7P Buck to rho ship went the men whit the coat ot arms and repwrtrd fheelrptaln ordered the young men to o usbore take ttte coat or arms to the cehaulate replace It aN they found ItInod apologize trJ the nilnister It was elollbpexN n JIIIlr pill JlltlIthe young wldrrblpmPn had to the badinage of Ittrlr erororodei The Iwo went alllJOre ready to com mind look the coat of arms to the cooII tlllwie fill American mlnlster not put blmselt out to keep the matter quiet and IN a tact the publlc wan I well posted And the consulate Wr- MlurroundPd by n crowd of Americans uallvea anti othera nil lanhiog lit th prdleameut ot the young mldshtp lalntbe minister had II strong senae of humor and determined to get nil there tans In It fife preserved his dignity ns best he could ea he received the men and Ilileof1 to their a po 10unI TlJu mtdshlpweu then took the cunt ot arms from the back and amid the cheers of the crowd climbed to the front or the building and placed It II- Ipolllllon the hurried down followed by laughter and cb nIO If folder In New York EveningoPoat- Dsllght of Varied Labor OPIflrttlatoreadyes that is the royal road them Life oeahdt he made up ofIrfT1otious They must be garden OUlltrtIADD if a Wag pa potslble and proper toad deem It poqlblo totheeHarcua Aurelia dr TljEI WkM tt1a Whl4Mii t h rj d Thin Fe KNlk g On OMka- 1tt JlemlaIKeecea of OItIIIe is TetHIISIt a fiery Is teld of the geed faith ad Itot a pttj tchieka- aaw J cUeM While Hat1ac ese tall they Hot a doakey tslataklag the creature for a wild uhHaL They Mid the bide and It balll ease to the- basda or Job BaruN In Upton Whoa Ute CIIkkuawa ret1IrDfdfo the region of Upton for their annual beat the net fall Barnes Invited them to a shooting match the prize to be- he skin ot a very rare animal Thirty braves appeared at the ron test and one ot them won the prlrr- Wbem he saw the akin be turned It over and mid Ha bat Me till bim- Me shoot hIm Seer And he pointed to the fatal bullet bole Then Barnes told them that they had t animalI I by mistake believing It to be a wild animaL j- I The Indian listened attentively to COUIthey separafed each brave golug to his pony unhllrblnl him and leading hIm I to the spnt where a Cane ot white men stood Rarnre In the millet ot them Then one of the Indians spokeIWe sorry we kill be belong to the words We hind hin- tli cane Wp think him wild We sor ry tow WI pay WI take no whir mans tuns pony nothing ot man We honest We have TbllfI thats III Take pay And I cloned to the long line ot ponies held by their ownni- low I many asked Barnes Wblte man t1 returned the In dlan take plenty The honor ot the red men was not equaled by the white mea for bP It recorded to their shame they toot from the Cblekasaws thirtyfive ponies to pay for the accidental killing ot ono donkey AN AFRICAN RAILWAY I The Way It Was Described by an Educated Native C J Pblltlps business agent Uganda of the Church Dliaslonary Inj detr throws light upon the wortln ot the native mind by quoting Ii re I matkabl letter In which a native I member ot the kntlklros prime minis tersl party gores a description of till Uganda railway 31y friend I can tell you the farm peau base done a marvelous thing b wake the railway and the fasten ten or OtlCPD bou8ell toetherIand attach them to a Is as big as an elephant and It goes on la nl smoolb as the stem of- a plantaIn It goes as tlllt as a swat low Oyhtg and everything you see out side Olta past you like a spark from a tire If it were to drop oft one of the I bridges not one lu It would Le esavrd tor It roes dreadfully quick The bills It passes are as high as those of Kukl iInd they hue bridged over great vat which are as deep as that you see I when you look from the top ot Xrwl remoo su dp that you cannot see the bottom whenyou are oingorertbem later there follows II description of- a ship It la II deep DJ our two lilt rIt1 house and nil wide as the kluge road in Mengo and It Is as long es from the katlliros fence to the gate threejwhich smoke cower which Is as wide I as the new drum in the church at Sa- rolremoo The rooms lu It go down three stories and the boards ot theaP bU1l1Icannot so tine There are chlldrep on board j and a flock or sheep and plates to wash In attached to every place where- n I I chief sleeps such as even our klns- bas serer postlSsrdIoodon Strand Magazine Old Book Terms Tbo worals folio quarto octavo duo deelmo and the like have almost It not quite boat their original meaning At Uait they hind reference only to the number ot IllneI Into which the sheets used In waking the books were folded I rbus If these sbNtll were folded once i pageslsheets were folded twice so as to form lour leaves the book was called 0- I quarto If they were folded tour times so as to form eight leaves the book was called an octavo and so ou Penitence I suppose youre sorry now asked the prison visitor according to the Philadelphia Ledger The young man who hall stolen 17 000 and spent It lu sixteen weeks TellIto have lasted me a week longer Just Suits Him FrlendWbJ do you encourage these womnn suffrage meetings Surely you doot approve ot them Husband Approve With all my heart 1 can come home as late as 1 like now with out finding my wife at home to IUI- kqucsUotllJtlegendo flatter No Chance marriedIIts worse than wrong Its Idiotic His wife gives him fits U be lose and cooftlllnte the proceeds It he WUcl Louisville Courler Journal rbe blelllldnlM or mllerrot old pJe- Is often lint the extract of oar past lIteUe Mubtre iF Yeklr n rutT 1patio Jai4er who tress hag tdrgt ce penH leyally with bee IIHd Ia- thle aagse edacatioaal a pra eatI Bought saeaeaefully to ie the beye lmalaatim side While kM father was lnftsMag Into Mm the scleetlcte spirit He yas tMklar blat I- acgaalnted with tile Mnghts ef Alice In Woadeerland Mother Goose arid other tales and rhymes of childhood lie listened to theta lie read them for himself with aU tile laeue eagerness of the ordinary child and beJ remembered and interpreted them with ofloriglnalhe bad memortzld many of the sam beIdorekped Thus by the time he had reached the age ot 6 when It wa3 decided to aend him to school William James Sidle was mentally tar In advance or other children to his years ot did his health appear to hare been ImpaIred In the alghtst by the pro teas of lidlecnsl dlsdpUne to which ibe had IJi11 subjected Physcally bet wits as hC is ttdaa robust sturdy I lad absuading In energy fond of ThereaII Aplpred4atiug I entered him at the nearest grammar hlDglaboutthe boy had received She merely an- awered the usual questions about his age place ot Tllldoce ee and then left him at the dlspo1 of the school authorltleswho informed her that he would be placed In the first gradpIrom Success Chlioren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Will Continue Buiness Depression The Wilson Tariff wiped out the wool Industr and during the twelve years under the DlDgley Tariff the tine noel Mothers thought Mothers Mothers every package we coupon and you have 125coupons the Fireless nothing want Fireless in hurry you can either buy ten MOTHERS anyAother Mothers Cereals upon the following so couporu ands 75 35 coupons and cash 100 cash coupons andicoupons and 115 cash Irir1eaikaj what WM i trtIt raiHf8BMW braise were isereeeed there woeld e more wetol ttlseaper BHltteR WkalheWIeea Torrid put aeto sheep raral Ute tauttoa Teas thesis eee fee a tlaso was wool list the ncreased deaa pat up when- reeeathey w a aae WC seither tad nor employment for fairer or m- baa4j The railroads ptofltable freight b checking wool raaaingand railroad lose theIr jobs Tailors Q well as the atlfl hands boas worrcgroces and general stores lOSe trade sad Pta chlDlsts sell no machinery The more the Tarlt is esatulnedthe morn the interdependent rsrlot tralfs- appcarand wool Tariff Is one of the simplest In the list I will contlat the business depression to monkey wit the TarlftJetseT City JournaL raka MENDENHALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as- a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria In Memory Of Little Marie Cox Marie thou mast mild and lovely Gentle as the summer eIPleasant as the air ot evening Listen It floats among the trees Peaceful be slllDt slumber Peaceful In the pare vu low Thou no more wilt join our number Thou no more our songs shan knoW Dearest Marla thou bast us Here thy loss we deeply flIBut Us God He can all OUT sorrows heal- Yet usIaaln we hope to meet the day ot Heaven Is Then In Heaven witth Joy fledI thee Where no farewell tear Is shed AUNT SUSIE ChildrenCry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA ne Mothers Oats Firelcss Cooler actually cools without fuel It solves the servant proMem your present you own a Oats Fireless Coo er you simply place your oatmeal or anything else that yrou want to prepare on the stove brig it to a go to bed While youre sleeping the food will keep cooking itself Nothing can boil over or burn or spoiL During the day you can start soup or joints or vegetables place them in the Cooker visit your neighbor go to the matinee or shop wtltout of a hot stuffy kitchen range Now there is only one way that you can get a Oats Fireless Cooker unless you want to go to a store and pay 375 for it and is by being a user of Cereals the best town In place a when well send you 375 Cooker for If YOU a Cooker a arid basis cull 90 2Scoupons and 15 110 cash 10 a prices lost wool this b thy left that hash When any iiiEset aCarIila trMCiplee- f rPtia 1 a ltarelital iliielp e- etiies ltepaldleea party asd tb tite- iibs t et subscribe to tkW wboatt- eierratlea sad with his whole beatt- IL set Ute peaJoae article lie may life bees wWfoi a Republl- eis Ht t didnt take fI It Is t ware rerWos elf the r riff to save- the party la the langaage of another we taT to these weAkneed sisters Stand still end see the aslrasioa or Ute Lora To OUT aid there Is no cau1e for alarm The sere andstead- fast grip that the Teal trieads of Protection me on the attention at Washington Is veep rnasarrdng to us t And It mat be to tho whale country the may Takes for later and the price for tile prods or the farm are keep Ing up The steady increase In bank deposits would Indicate that the coun try is still prospering umSr a high t Protective Tariff as the FrteTrader I Is wont to reM to the Dagley law I There seems to be no alarm In buslIn- ellS cIrcles over Tartrt matters and that anr good price see the best evidences In the world that things are I going right at WashingtonCleo Oklahoma Chfetain MEND EN HALLS- I CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed ISwept v Over Niagara ThIs terrible calamity often happens because a careltss boAtman the rtvers warnlnggro1lfug ripplesI and faster currentNaturett are kind That dull pain or n the back warns you the KldooS need r attention It you would escape fatal once and see Backache fly and lab you bet feelings return otter bug suffering from weak lddnefs and lame back one LOO bottle wholly cured me writes J R Dlankensblp of I Belk Tenu Only 50c at aU drug pms m 37rs Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker Z84MOTHE1SAX problemi Cookerj that soldI immediatelyby lIters Brightsl andaskA Mothers Kit differentdlicious tobuyflourbyMothers Kit there is in addition to the saving or specialFirelesscoupons which when added to the coupons from the packages in the kit enables you to secure I MothersKitMothers Cereals packed in sanitary sealed pack ages in which they are guaranteed to keep in perfect condition indefinitely 8 psckagn ofMothers Oat standard gigs 2 packageof Mothers YellowCorn Meal I package of Mothers White Corn Meal J psckage of Mother Wheat Hearts ToastedICut Oatmeal 2 packages of Mothers Granulated Hominy 2 packages of Mothers Coarse Pearl Horiiay This Kit can be purchased at your grocers oy simply paying SI95 a pointsThe ponsanddeliver cocker 0r ifyou so de sire send the coupons and 89c directly to us shipthecookcrto exprrs collect THE GREAT WESTERN CEREALOprit more Oatmeal Mill than any ether oDe COMPANYiALMA BOSTOR RBw EAVEN nit TOIB ta1LAJELMIA CBICA00 tiTTSBIJBOfl AllAn ST LICii I MdIrTIIAT EDUCATION 1S MOST PROFITABLE Which puts knowledge in they head akill in the hand and dol1Ara in the pocket Our course in bookkeeping business customs ohorthana I and tYPewriting is endorsed by busineaa men because it enables our graduates to meet the requirements the bueinebs office It I young men and wom6n to work where advancement follows aatifaotory tiervice Over 500 pupils attend annually Fifty typewriters for J instruction purpolea Worthy pupils asiated to positions Fall I term begins MOndaY Sept 8th Write for Catalog ti LOCKYEARSSBUSINESS COLLEGEt I Evansville IndIiIndiana a irlatet ho l ot buslneiJ y j J ic f 0 r r rJ v Rea Estate r For I S1er tr72 assets oRough one halt In high atA ofcuttfvatlon reet well timbered with White Oak 1 Beech Gum lapel4 miles west of Hartford on public road Good dwelling and out buildings A awe house and lot situated In W Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house tour room tags a good awe bars Desirable lad caUoa 182 acres ot upland known as the- Perry KIrk fare located near Clear Run Bote 100 acres n apanddd tato of cultivation 82 acres timbered hi- splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out bulldHrgs lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwelling goodloutcountry No mmpeuUon In bull1C96S For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles cast or Hartford good dwelling and out building QtCbard plenty of water 40 acres in Umber balance In good state of cultivation A tract of land on the Sulphur SprinGS and Hartford public road One mile eoutkweet of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres In cultivation splendId dwelling bars and our building A good orchard and other convenIences attending a well kept futon A trot of land on Halls Creek one tulle southwest or Sulphur Spriues containing 100 acres 40 aores In Do toms two baroe and dwelling well kept and la good condition We dont own the property We are only agents for the owners and oW purpoee ta to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one swell cotamisalon No charge If no sale Is effected LIst your properly with us or It you want- I to buy a farm house or lot make wants known iOUl I OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY ii Famous SilverwareIaOI Cue aLou1d- be exercised when telc- ctinaforbs aeniaapiccca they dwaye bear the fllDOUltladcaWk IBM BROSreutwklch mampe them je sea- olae Rogers sllnbted WI roe we k run 1847 ROGERS BRO- Seilnr u bees Ant la the bean a tile IocaNhepe M callN 0I11f weatlasgoatiq- wonmauhtp sod deslaa told by leadlat dealen- eeenwhere kid lot cat- alosesGLtbor lag dlaueru- MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO CoSocMot YIaN91 atuL Bardwell Barnardt BREEDERS OF nUROG JERSEY SWINE You can buy in your own county animals that are the equal illin dividuality and breeding to any in the world Visit orwrite them at Mcilen rye Kyi i CoAnton an 1ntaakstebsea ey optn obeyer IlInlll10ailrohlll q t 01- 1aeg amtr + dwN h sass dteeel ry SdtKlUkA tedwekIItrat ot am CI rnal etee acurt toMLtrr e LaewnJk4r fT nu nqI r 4Kl 0 r rry mJJJj UU wNIIII N I j 250 PIANO y- t iTo the Holder of the Lucky Coupon January 101910 absolutelyfreein our store open for inspection and trial by anyone at any time Remember a coupon free with every dollars worth of goods Cash or Produce Drawing takes place at 300 p m on Monday Jan 10 1910 No coupons con sider d if not in our store at that time We have just received and have now on display our new Fall Stocks and are showing everything new and up = anytimeII f t the smart dressers all at prices that will surprise you I New Pall Millinery Our Milliner Miss Dora Wallace is now ready to show you the very latest and most fashionable Millinery to be found in the county We have no hesitation in saying that in no other store in this section can be found such an array of the seasons fashions in headwear for Ladies Misses and Children as here 1 4 Wraps Childrens superior certainly I Dont forget our Staple Dry Goods Groceries of which carry a full andcomplete line at all times at I 1 squareWeI I the Piano with each 1 worth of goodsIA TAYLOR SON BEA1fERDAB KY1- t I- M l1li tAJ u Ml MAr 1 Y MIIMrwWI 11M uWt Mk u Uij u 1 u u JutL111Wf Peary and Cook I Dr Cook has begun renping a har volt while Commander Peary ds send Ing down word Cram the North that Cook never planted II seed pearys charges have placed him In n position where ho will be sadly discredlto- My JC ho falls to substantiate them Theunwlsdomolusingthe shorter and uglier words wns never more clearlY shown than In the attitude In which roan has now placed himself Even ids warmest friends and admirers must concede that It he falls short of the fullest measure of proof ot the serious charge he has made against Cook ho will ho so badly discredIted that even hum the sordid money IIpoint of view In the cnsehls pros t will bo materially reduced He baa gone t fur beyond the prima fnola stage In the force of his that he will ho unable td suspend pUblic judgment by any re juggles of words or orracts lIe wilt have to make good Somebody said the other day that rho North Pole cnn not be capitalized But PNlry and Cook have both ntiitallzed It hi advance arrange- ments1 with publishers for a publication of what can be written about it The doctor Is beginning to reap hisl harvest before Peary gets boCkbut- Pcaryeven before reaching the land el publishers and printing presses JaM out of his oonItIoverflis C118 found a sordid ambition instead onetaadrdnca the ends of science and add to the worlds knowledge of tllo forces and methods of pature I bps doubted the good faith If Pparbut his often the- goodI talth of CookIn the language In ihehaa couched Hnl none thetI li1 make him the loser of both tttnney and glory unless he III coming bock prepared to back up the sweep fag Charge be hae made with proof a4tlehwill leave no doubt ot its 4tretJThere watt no itaatgn why PelL1Jif aimed with proofs of Cooke want of Integrity should leave sent advance bnlletlns copcning the fact He eou1d have Waited untli confronted thb his rival be could have offered m and they should halve been o- rt1then ln thatcaimncte and corn urwhich tathe only mental atU ado the Will Ina m- att olhlsklnd It offered 1nsuch Awayieven though InconclUsive they rald not have reacted union Petry1- Aaiad this proepecta Jt Ie the tact that x lie has assailed hIy rival In an unfal- way which makes It imperative uiwt him to prove what he tillS or suite the consequences In loss of public In terest In himhls work or his story lOIu1lartern of seriousness or moment It newer will bl A man who is ImownI to have been ns far north North Pole Is expected to keep n least IH cool us n gentleman rim eas Ily kI In thlSC latitude The fact that Ieary got lout before hI escaped from tho Arctic circle will mils tate against him unless he has th evidence to show such a duplicity and j a falsehood In others ns always should make an honest man hot In any clime Globe Democrat MEN HALLS CHILL TONIC Best fr Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed CERLAVO Left Over From Last Week Sp 22Mrs H K Kirtley dnughtcrs lenabtlle and 11ny of andI IiMntUe Wood attended the State alrI hut wOlkIMrs Mattie Spitzndller Canal Ill Emma B Iiand Sunday Mr C D Everley who has been sic la betterIvery writing Roy It D Bennett filled his last appointment for the conference year Sunday Up Before T Bar N H Brownminattornay of Pttts field Vt wrlt nwo have used Ur Klogs Nmv Life P1Jlsfor years end find them such u good family med etnt we Far C11111a tmm patlonB1I1iouBnHSt oc Sick Headach9 ther work wondgrs- Gc tt nil trttgpltals m QUICKSPILlS For Liver Ills Saxes Doctors BOIs- s s Notice For School Election Orders Ohio County Court Regulu Term 1t day 9th day of June HIlI9 Hon W D Tnylbr J 0 e C Pre siding 1 W Reynultis et al for Petltlon Rc Judgment Graded Common School election Pleasant IUd l Ky 1utlllora to Cowrty Judge for n Grad ed School IPleasant Ridge Ky April 1 1909 Ta lion W W Owen Judge of the County Court of llavless County Ky b SlrWe thu undersigned pulitlon crs being legal vuters und taxpayer oils the bounds herehmftel set forth parts of balls lvletll taup Ohio couutles respecllvely pul1t1u1 that you order an election tel tnke the sense of the legal white voters as to whether n Graded Common Schuo shall bo established and maintained by levy and collecllon for than per pose of u taso twentyfive ceutll on each ate hundred dollars worth If- lrOllerty In said district owened by- I white persons by curpatlluns- a 11011 tux of ono dollar Oil each whit thcruin over twentOIIU llnhllbltllnt under Seetlons IOU IIIld the Cotnmun Scimiul Law and following of time Kett tucky Statutes the said district to be bounded nu follows ylz Beginning lit timid Including T A JOhnsuns flllln near Ohio county line thence tu uIIII Including Sam Stones farm thence to and lncluditlg J p Davis farm thence to und lucluylng French Bros farm thence to mind ox- eludhng Ed Audtsuns farm thence to and Including Ira Bryans farm thence to laid excluding J CBun farm thence to and Including 1 S- Hills farm tllllICC ups Green Briar creek to Thomas IUchardsIJIIs farm thence SouthEast to the Chute turn lncluding It thence to sad including 1Y R Buyds farm thtmce to and IncJudlug J Pockets form thence to and including latrryfborps form thence tto uud excluding J C Den netta form thence Cu and Including W L Inrn gins farm thence to and Including Arullle Murray farm thence to and Including Wuner 1019- 1gan farm thence to Jas Northern including hlwthenco to OW dewells u part of the Thos Dell fitrm including It thence to and excluding Louts Frenchs farm tbonootd anti excluding a W Jewells home farm thutco to the D N Uravee farm In eluding ih thence to and including 11- 1T Wtstertletda form thence to sand Including A Uunts farm thence to cud Including JOiC 1Vestertlclde Earn thence to thobeglanfne Approve by the CountlSuperln 1 K and Coat SuitsOur line of Ladies Coat Suits and Ladies Misses and Wraps is far to any other in this section We show only the newest styles and can fit every form and purse You will make a mistake if you buy without seeing our line Ask for Mrs Taylor or Miss Hamthey will show you I etc we I free p tac MWcVWAtIIttIn IYMMM WI J characterizations Nobody chhllengeot tolerate DEN and gladly teudenta and 1tttstecs The tortgohng proposltiun IIH cart tnlutvl In the above pt0t01on nt to ttbliah a Orrded ComllwlI School DIll trlct is hereby app roved- It b ALLEN County Supt fur Da lc Count I JAMES 11 De1VEESE County SUPI- tll Ohio Cathy lip WI the undersigned being leg- alrustes ut such Cummoll School Dis ttlcts llti mtl litdiratCl below wImicl- nur purls ot whlell IIIl IlIchlllc withh the prupuatal Graded COlli mUll Sslaou District do henhy approve the imire gmilug Ildltloli cold the IUopolllt- ltlWldll sot forth J w RElNOLUS- Irusttu lllstrict No Ill Dlv 8- We tIlMIII rlJprl lIt that the foregoing bounday mbrlltlH Contnmia- S91unl 1 Iistiet o 10 Ulv Ii our l parts ot Nus timid this petltim bus the nignvval of n majority of tho JIbhtjI of 111011 ot said districts anti also of the County IIII1llIltIIIII1I1 u SchouhIVe designated IL lt111In tmet ur parcel of hand sitmted In the tOWII lit Pleasant Ridge County ot Uavho anti State or Kentucky and more particahtrly described us follows Begllllllllg lit n stake ill the cea- ter of the OWllIshulO and Hartrlllli- Iwld IIIIIt corner with Dr J C Iloover laid Jfark Thorps lines thencu South to Stevens line nine poles thencu along Stevens line tu the center of tit Owensboro and Hartford loIlI eleven pola nrd 1011 felt thencu with tile Oweubtoru and Hartford road tu the beglnnng conwlnlllg one- hnlf acre more or less tIll deed UI the tame elng recorded In DIed Book JiG page 31S In the DavlOSS County Clerks office of date June 15 1892 arc tbl site of time building fur the proposcd Orntit d lomniun School trod certify that IJ8Jd silo Is nut more than two and one hnif mills from any portion of the boundary of the pre uNl dllitrlctIWe respectfully subscrIbe ourselves our petitioners its set out ntwve this 1st tity of AprlllUG9 J W Reynolds und Ii others Jt apijwarlug to the satisfaction of the Court that the foregoing petty lion was regularly JIlted ut the Air- HI li09 term of this the Ohio Coun- t7 Court and site sane buying lulu over fur more thou one month tOlCX- captions and none huYlllg been tiled or noted thereto anti UIlI Court be- Ing sutrh1ent1y I1t1VI6ttI It is ordered i and udjudgetl by the Coul t that the sold yctitlon be and It is hereby 11that pee 11111111 uletttlened lit the samo Ilse and plte as dcsigtaled lW or tier uf jJdlIlIut of the DavlC88 Count tourt viz lit time school house I PItmlIlIt nhlgc Uaviess County Ky on the th day of Oct 1909- Il IH tlllthll otdered and adjudge lIy the Court that said lllttlon 110- I held tIlll OncIUItld ns per orders nut judgment of the lhnless County l eon otttl that nothing herein shall con filet wills Iho said JUIIgllumt of the said llavless oullly Court mind that ill so Guy ah ulty ho lawful the judg- uaiit 01 the Saud IJllvllStI County Cour tall be tltu judgmlI1llIt of Ihls Court j Ordetd that this nctiai bo coo trmtetl for rtpurt of election I1S prt scribed by 1uw Pustlaitt to time Itlovt otill I l will cause n pull tit 11t1t11IItCllll IIIl belied haureAm lIeusaut Itldge Davies cotta ty 1y Imr the purpose ullure set out October I0 1909 I R U rAHjIX S 0 C I WeddingIThe followingyoungcoulespatIfaizeI- nwn were nutrrleti lit iiatfa Sept Sdi Mr S S white to Miss Rebecca J Baize lUll Mr Estlil Dllughurl to Jliss Bertha White Mr White Is ale of our Italllng nice dflllltll wtlle Jllss Baize Is the Ixlu- Iul and nccompllshed daughter or W W llaize- Mr Ollllghtrt Is a prosperous farm or vliibe hls bride Is a beautiful girl lit sixteen sunnnr They were nc compwlnlcd by Mr Latvcrence Udz fwd wife of tsuuyvllle hrUTher of Finleyn0 SIrlnwIwere wailing tVednpulat Ulg rapt r In after the cogratu- I latlonw May Ihey live irrmg lIId b- trotlernts nail holy Is iPe wlh of UtI rinelll A lluoll 1 W i CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Nays Always Bought Bears the- Signnttue of MCCALL PATZERNS- Celehrated for atyie prdect St simplicity and ncatrytCanada or by nail difI More aold faun any other make Stnd for tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More eubacdhera than aD diet fuhio- nlIculnemillion a month lmahlable Lat mlllloeryplaiaetiquette gOod atorie etc Only eo eenlo a patternSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS CatalogueandmE McCU co m tu m w71b stn51W YOU I COME AND GO WITH us IONA GRAND FR- EEMEDITERRANEAN TOUR We are going too sand twenty young women between tho ages of 1G and 5U white of good char acterl on a two months tour to the Mediterranean the Azores Madeira Gibraltar Moroeco Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of every kind for a thorough enjoyable trip The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted Write to the Tour Department The Herald Lout isville Ky For Full Information r m u nu= itrjf v XT i I I f 1 h i t y Nr1 i I I J SATURDAY OCTOBER IiTo the people of Hartford and Ohio county we will throw open the doors of our store in the J E FOGLE buildIi I a- K ing opposite the Court House New Seasonable MerchandiseOur stock is brand new and by careful selection we are placing the grandest stock of merchandise in the reachof I J every citizen of Ohio county We cannot say much to you now but we have come to stay with you to study the wants of the people and supply them Our connections with the foremost manufacturers has put us in a position to take care of every customer properly We expect to keep the stock so your selection will be a pleasure and the quality of every item will bear our endorsement We expect to see every man in Ohio county and our acquaintance will show a mutual I benefit I Remember we will have the right kind merchandise for our aim will be to sell dependable goods We come to you recommended and hope to merit your confidence e I EVERYTHING NEW itClothing Shoes Dry Goods Furnishings Hats Cloaks Etc ROSENBLATTS 1 STileaStoreJhat Satisfies I 11ft f t I I t f I I I I t f JfI tr II I Entered according to law nt the 1untolllce Hartford Ky se mull matter of the ecund I I C M BARNETT EDITOR rtzr itXG- abrln 0- 4h 3t r ss FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative V S Dean For Circuit Clerk E O Barrass For County JudgeR R Wedding For County ClerkW S Tinsley For County AttorneyC E Smith For Sheriff T 1L Black For Assessor Bernard Felix For School Supt Henry Leach For Jailer W P Midklff For Surveyor C S Moxley For CoronerDan W King FOR MAGISTRATE Z Hartford DIstrictB S Chamber iia 2 Beaver Dam District O E Scott ft Rockport District John H Miles 4 Oentertown District J C Jack hon L Roatne District 3G C Cook 6 Sulphur Springs District 1 14 Oraham 1 v 1 Fordsviller Districted V Miles f Bartlett Dlatrtct o nominee of Iitt A censusjob will rescue manf 1- an from poUticH President Tuft tem to be entered for all of the great events of the grand circuit It looks as If the Bryan Bailey de hate would be fought out at long dis tance after all There Is now nothing left for liar ry Thaw but to cultivate the society e his fellow lunatics The Republican officials nt Frank fort are just now getting the offices hlch they ran for two years ago William R Hearst positively refuse- sxfeelectloh ns Mayor of New York iMJa present term has not been a p o t very great success J Those airship fellows donot waste any great amount of time squabbling among themselves So different from our Arctic Explorers Beet prices soon ror says a headline In a dally paper According to our best Information they have been soaring for sometime Tom Johnson seems to be unable to shake off the habit of running for May or of Cleveland Ohio No doubt the people will assist Tom this time Commander Peary may prove him self the Columbus of the twentieth Century but at present ho greatly resembles tho Admiral Sampson of recent history An exchange says It is not so much n question of whether there Is glory enough for two as between Peary and Cook but whether or not there Is slory enough for two The Republican nominees In Ohio Countj this year are men of known ability and of the highest Interglty anti ns yet no plausible excuse has been given for tne defeat of any of them Relewlthererthe first six months of the Taft administration Mr will doubtless have to make the rtluetaitfndmlfslon that he himself cbiild not have run things much Ul 1tt c TheRojiubllcanB are making a close precinct organization in Ohio county and In bis cork they should be as Woted by ail of the patty Tho way itf win a victory Is to set the vote to the polls Th death of Governor Johnson leaves Marshall and Harmon the only Democratic Governors in Rebubllcan states and they will have to contend with each other for the honor of being the sacrlflclal lamb for the next presidentialelection One way to settle the North Pole squabble will be to keep an accurate tab on the number of babies which are named for Cook and Peary within the next twelve months We might give the honors to the one receiving the greatust attention In this line The Tobacco Tiller by MUs Sarah Belie Hackley is anew book just out which deals with tho scones connected about an Industry which iu of more than l vital interest to the people of Ken livedIoriginal and the circumstances of the plot touch the heart many times The Tobacco Tiller is a book of absorbing Interest i Unless all Indications fall the Rep ublicans are reasonably certain to re thin control of Kentucky for another t four years after the expiration of OursDemocraticwide open as between the Beck ham forces on one side and tho W terson Whnlen crowd upon the other and if the Republicans maintain their composure and give a good account pf their stewardship the people will re tain them In preference to either one of the Democratic factions WHITESVILLE j Mr Harry Evans who has been spending a few days at home left engagedMr KirbY Leltchfleid Is here for a short stay Mr 0 A Howard went to Fords Vllle yesterday on business MrN C Kelly of Sugar Grove moved back to his property here antis having it painted W T Greer who recently purchased the Nancy Howard property moved his family Into it yesterday MrLewls Sharp and wife Magan were here last week prospecting Esq Junes Ware Hablthns moved- into C A4 Kellys property recenty vacated by Willis Holder I Quite a number went from hero to the show at Fordsvllle yesterday J Mr DC Greer Adaburg Is in town to4aykMr Jflraea Fuqua ourw dePot agent has been doing somen i IM work In Western Kentucky I Mrs Tom Klckey visited her daugh ter Mrs Hosle Shown of AdabjirgV the first of the week McKinzle Ralph is the guest of 6 K HI KeileyB family this week With so many new buildings going up makes our town look as thoughjjt had been born again Mr Robert Wellswho hna been dan gerously ill for the past month is not better and is expected to live only a short time Mr ArthurWhlte who has been along sufferer of tuberculosis was laid to rest in the Antlocti cemetery SundiV morning I t v SMALLHOUS Born Wednesday Sept 22 to Mrs Alva Galloway a tine boy Dr J L Smith of Centertown was the attend lag Doctor Mrs Marlon flail has gone to Knox vlUe Tenn to visit Mrs Bill Mclean who has a new boy Mrs Mary Ann Tichenor who has been quite sick for sometime has taken relapse and is very 111 ut this writing Mrs Mary Alice Slaton has gone to Livermore to assist at the bedside of Mr Pres Smith who is quite sick Mr V P Morton who Is attending school at Hartford spent last week at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton Ho is on the sick list Mrs Mary Barnard Is tho guest of t Mrs Annie Crumbecker nt Central CityMr S W Bllbro Matanzns Mr and Mrs J H Wood Ceralvo Mr Jim Hendrix Rockport and several oth ers whose names we did not get at tended Smnijhoua church Sunday Rev A F Gordon filled his regular appointment at Smallhous church Sat urday evening and Sunday morning Mr and Mrs Wfll Buliock and son Eddie Leo were the guests of Mr and Mrs Clark Iglcheart Saturday night anl Sunday Mr Gcbrge Bennett Franklin La who spent lust week vllsUng his parents Mr and Mrs James Bennett left Saturday for a ylslt t9 tils uncle Rev J X Bennett and otiAr relU tlves nt ytlca He was nccpmii3nled to Utlca by his brother1 ilr John Bennett Mrs Geqrge Reid epent fast Veek in Hartford the guest of hec ststers Mesdamcs Joe Bennett P B Taylor and nieces Meftdnmes T R Barnard and C O Hunter The funeral sermon of tMate Sy1 tester Jones will be preached the Becpnd Sunday in October at old Green Rfycr union church by Rev Byrd Weaver Miss Ethel Hunter has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs James S TrunnflKat Utlca I Mr J Il Hunter ond daughter Miss Ethel Hunter went to IMissSaturday Mr and drciT evenlbgIguests of p Drake and sister Mrs Opplo KIt tinger Smallhous last Friday Mrs M P Maddox Is the guest other niece Mrs Jim Hendrix Sr this week at Rockport Mrs P It Wood Ccralvo Ky was MaggieIHunterMr and Mrs C T S Overton Con tertown were in our midst Sunday Irs Altha Addington was the guest of her brother Mr Lee Aldington last Thursday night i GREEN BRIER Sept 21Mr Ozna Shultz reopened his school at Mcllenry last Monday Had been closed for the past week on the account of diphtheria News was received here yesterday evening of the Death of Mrs Porter Hunley Who will be buried at Hope well today at 11 oclock Mrs Hun ley was Miss Bessie Rowe before sho married and was a successful school teacher Mr 4 UattendedJxmey at West Providence last Saturday Mr Loney had been sick of cancer on the atm for the past fifteen months Judge Wilson and wife of Hartford visited relatives in this neighbor hood yesterdayIMiss Lizzie Wilson Is absent from school this week on account of chills t Notice I New resent Organ for sale at a bargain Apply at once to Wilbur Hall Olaton Ky rstWeForgetWe haY the most Complete line of Furniture and I 1 House Furnishings in this section of the country and are conrtmuaiyftpi in to our Ckthe latest and Imost tiptodato necessities for the comfort of the 5 Jjome whh j ijiftnipst sacred spot on earth We makea speoIaltyof II Sewing Maohinesi Druggets ICarpetsp tMattingr LinQleum rIaven lt7 Boards W iAnsD eket lied Room SuitSVSddl DressersiHVash Stands Ohjffl6hierci ilalPTrefes Go1 Carts igheua iInets SafesI Qpbonrd Trunks Suit Canso Chinb and Glassware Tinware Enamel red t Ware Ditmpsphardwuro SpCialii Rook rs1i ChaIrs Setters1 and in fat anything to be found in H a firstcla srFuniiture StOrsi t e tldt Schroader CoT- he ptflj Exclusive Furniture f House in Z HartfordJe I h 1 rit L i- C J L 1 RESoLVEDUaDONT HAVEToo MUCH ON YOUR BESTTHING WHENYOUTHING THEYJEE 15 YOUR Buth= BRoWN 111 AReminder 17 Now that our Fall Millinery Opening- is a past event we want to remind you that Knowing Folks say we are head quarters for stylish uptodate head wear But dont take the wordof some yourselftyou no only Millinery but a splendid line of Ladies Skirts Waists Tailored Suits etc I DENTISTRY Drs Hardln Bell have opened a brand new Dental office over tho Republican office in Hartford All latest methods In dentistry Wo mak teeth without the use of the plate We use the highest grade oC mater pal and furnish the highest class of work We guarantee all of our work Call and see usMConsultation and Examination Free Thone 218 H irtfbrd Republic FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 till olsCentralRallroacl Time IfableAt Beavor Dam Ky I Norlb HouuUr Houlli Boned Ne IM dn405 n m Noln dDUaI e m No iljilnell0pm No lot dna ft f8 p m- llolesdna 348 pm NoUldetQem- The a Hartford Mill Co has brick to Mil r rr The MarVoJouBVade atltipera Hou etober 2- Ceeae Sausage Craokera and Cake t blty ReauiurfeitiiriH noo IrSchool ilookpitpdchpoii3ygplle- et New Drug Btore I 8xeater t o Cl for chillymdlnings- aUsize61n i tt QLrnlJI i C9v- s Nice 8rag wjth JfSCljrilXW MrcliaBe cut Hartford Drug Co Intro ratedift Itt t i4U CROSSTIES WANTED Forprlces 6C O T OBaanon Hartford Kyitl4FoR SALEClty IReaturan on ac otjnt of sickness bfJOros W lUamaV Zest standtn rttord Wee Isabel Condit and Mrs L E I Bverley Matamas were the guests yid relatives in Hartford Monday and ladyMrs QI Thompson and aonMaster Boorge Lee of Fayette tlawho Juiye been visiting her sister Miss Meotra V Carson for the past two 1fekeleftfor thelrhomoTucsafay t t ra i t Fall Bulbs have arrived at Barnard Gos u Come on with your Eggs quick 20c per dozen James Lyons Beautify your homo at n small cost HyftcIntheB NarcIssuH c will help Now on sale at Barnard Cos The most novel Lonna upresented to the American public will be the Marvelous Vade and company Saturday night Oct 2 at the Opera HouseW E Ellis at the Hartford Mill highe est cash s for eggs kinds poultry Robert A McKokl presents the Marvelous Vado and his company at the Opera House Saturday Ocotber 2 Price of admission ICc and 25c Reserved seats 35c At Black DtrkbcdBColt show at the Fair grounds lost Saturday Mr Wm Leach got the premium for the best lion mule and Mr Bernie 3c Dowell bust mare mulet BULL PUPPIES FOR SALE Make ideal homeor farm dogs Healthy vigorous excellent strains Prices reasonable within reach of all Glad to answer inquiries Payne Lang ley Mc1lenryKY Mr JU C Mason formerly of Cabot Hancock couaty but now with the Signal Corps of the United States Army stationed In Alaska is ylsJiing Mr Raymond Phillips and other rel atives In Hartford The condition of Mra C E Smith who hlUl befn lllot typhoid fqyer at her home In Hartford for tho past five weeks lfjbutlIltle If any but ter than twp weqlui ago having suf I fered an Attack of l pneumon ia within the last JOWl days All memDCJ8of Acme Lodge No 339 I 00 V hro espebin requested to attendill mepting Oc oben llth 1909 at 7 o clock P M Business of very great ImpoTtahce IB tome before the lodge rLMrs W Pi IIuntey died last Tucs Jay and wttplutlpd zt Hop wellWed nesday Funeral cervices being eon ducted by Rev R D Bennett MrS unley w Willis CentertovbandwasRowe of ft woman of splendid character and merit For a number of years she taught in the publicBchoolB of Ohio county before hermarrlage t Tho Lonlsrlllo Conference of that M E church Soutb Jtaet In HendcrttM1 Wednesday and will continue anti Monday Henderson is wltbI preachers laymen ndvisitors to the conference ahai much Interest is be= i- L e ling taken In the work of the body It Is not thought lhat a great many changes will be made among the min istera this year Rev Elgin will no doubt return to Hartford where he is much loved by his people and where ho has given ef1 lent labortfor two years It la likely that the work will bo divided hoWever with a resident minister at acr Dam that place and Liberty Iconiprlslng an appointment while Hartford Gosheh and Mt Herman will likely booome a separate work SALEM Rev O H Lawerence of Beaver Dam began a tent meeting at Fair- View last Sunday night I Mr and Mrs R H Bixsham returned from Missouri last Friday Several from this place attended the State Fair at Loujsvlllo last week and all report a nice time Mr Lark Plorce visited Mr Andrew Basham Sunday night Mr and Mrs Faris Jamison and ter I fly visited Mr and Mrs J R Wilson and family Sunday Mr Fletcher Wilson and Miss Nancy Owen were married last Sunday evening at 4 oclock at the home of the bride Rev Bailey performing the ceremony They have the good wishes of many friends Mr and Mrs Leslie Myers and Ut tle daughter Helen visited Mrs Myer rslater Tuesday night Mr Qeorgo Wilson Olaton visited Mr and Mrs L E Wilson Monday nightMr and Mrs L H Brown are mov lug to Louisville this week Mr Samual VlUon visited Mr Jimmie Wilson Monday night RENDER Sept 28 Randolph Wedding of Echols was here last Wednesday Missee Efflo and Maude Taylor of Beaver Dam were hero last Wednes lay the guests of Miss Katherine Dean JaB Ferguson of Cool Springs and bun Bradley and Ben Warman of elson were here last Thursday Mrs Guy Stateler went to Louis Mlle last Thursday Mrs L Francis was In Denver Dam FridayW font of Louisville was here FridayM Dowell went to Mercer sta- tIon Saturday Miss Nellye Harris wont to Heaver Dam Saturday Mrs Wm Ixiigford went to Dundee Saturday Mrs J L Neighbors of Beaver Dam was hero Saturday and Sun day the guest of Mr and Mrs L Franels Mr and Mrs C K Carson spent Sunday In Owensboro Miss Olllo Howard of Central City spent Sunday with Mss Carrie Roll Mr and Mrs Ezra Kendoll Taylor Mines were here Sunday Roy Armendt of Fordsvllle was hero yesterday D W Owyn went to Central City yesterday on business for the U M WofAMr Mrs Orbo moved from hereto Owenaboro today where they will reside for the future Dr H B Innes is in Louisville at this writing and will be for the next 30 days He Is under the treatment of Dr Pope for rheumatism Ladies Take Notice A nice line of Picture Frames com pleted at low prices 3tf HARTFORD MILL CO I I Theatrical Talent The people of McHenry and vicinity were highly entertained by a local Theatrical Troupe In the presentation of n modern high class Melodrama in three nets entitled Little Buckshot at the McHenry Opera house on last Saturdayevening Each member of the troup acUd their part as if they had been In the work all their lives especially the lending stars John Francis asLlMle Buckshot was hard to beat nnd Joe New land In his part as theI Mbrmah Saint rutted him allright ho did his part like a veteran Henry Davies nrode zl good Irshmnn and every othef member of the play dfd their party well WHUamrf and Willlams the noted comedians btough the house down with their witty song arid Jokes The three little girls Mleees litcheH Baahcnheartand Reynolds looked very aweet and did their part well The people Veto very much pleased with the hometal- ont Aid Claimed thin it was flan Beat play ever presented attheopeikthotso The house was crowded and too troupe Is requested to repeat the performance In the near future One Presents An Expression of Gratitude We want to thank our friends and nefgbbors forthe help wad inany acts of kindneea shown during the Iato slckneses and deafly of our mother Mrs Amanda Barnett and also for the oxpreaelons of sympathy from Sl many May HeaVen reward you I r raU Her Children rr CURIOUS CONDITION AT BOTTOM OF WELL t HotiRock Found torty Feet Be low Surface of thev Erdht saysSheborliobd are all excited over a phe nomenal well on tho farm of John P ne Payne shot a charge of dynamite on Thursday morning at 10 oclock and since that time everyone who has seen the hole IB wondering what It is The digging lutiV gonu down ubout forty feet mid Mr Payne had struck a strata of slate and it Is this slate which is intensly hot and has remained that way slnco first discovered causing great commo tion People from miles around have been to the well and everyone has something different to say about It Hundreds of people have visited the place saying that Uiey never saw anything like It In their llvts Sov eral well diggers have visited it and are unable to account for the strange state of tho earth In tho well The small fragments of rock or slate that are gotten out of tho well are so hot that they cant be touched with the hands and when placed in water they cause the water to steam At the top of the well a boil- Ing sound Is continually heard and this is what causes the timid most alarm The most excitable fear that a volcanic region of the earth has been tapped Others think it id only oil which abounds in tho region The dynamite Is thought to have opened some crevice In the earth from which the slate gets Its heat PAlo Mr Flelden Johnson and family of Ford vllll aro visiting In our neigh borhood this week Mr Billy Boyd and family of Center town passed through our town en route to Fordsvillc where lu will as 4pt his brothers John and Rufus in businessOur rally at Palo school house the 25th was a success Judge 11 R Wedding and Mr David Itorelitml gave as vary Interesting talks Hurrah for EquityMr W L White and family wore htguests of Mr Oldhum Duke mid family List Sunday MrC Maiden went to Central City Monday Master vThomas Maldon Is on tho sick list Mr J R Burden and family visited Mrs Jane Malden lust Sunday The cool weather Is very hard on late corn In this locality Messrs J H Dodson and Ii0 Duke wero lu Dundee Sunday Mr Sandy Smith and family of Con cordwere the guests of Mr Juo Willis and family last Sunday Success to the Republican and Its readers Good Show Coming There will be great doings at Beans Opera House next Saturday nlghtwhe the famous original Vado Compa ny will hold forth There you will see the worldfamous magician Vade and a clever supporting company of par excellence This company Is feat uring tho great comedian and charac ter artilet Mr Karl Hawk present Ing his famous original specialties a favorite everywhere Miss Myrtle ItosalynAmvricas great lady pianist vocalist and musical dl rtctiftiH will positively appear with this company This tplendld performance proves a genuine surprise everywhere Bright clean clevera performance your entire family will enjoy Admission 15c and 2Cc reserved seats 35c Big amusement for little money Seed Wheat For Sale Straight 110 per bushel Reclean ed 125 per bushel WATT TAYLOR r10t2 Matanzas K- yPhotography t It Isnt necessary for you to go to the city If you want something swell In Photography You can rMi + e get itbere In Hartford I guarantee my work costing 600 per dozen quid up tp beeqdal In artistic style and finish to pictures for which you pay almost twice that price In the cities I make good pictures for 1 per idqzen and up To the Hartford poopie If1 you want Post Cards of your residence I will make them from 4 I now until October 15th nt X100 per dwzonj Can get you something pfl pcclally good in that line 1 S 1 Vurs truly IEMORY rY SCHROETER t Wright Brothers alongatafortymilcnnhour their heavierthanair machineBut Wrights heard of had perfected heavierthanair walking machinethe CROSSETT Ask its Theyll that course that idea lucination CROSSETT SHOE MAKES LIFES WALK EASY But Crossetts arc so comfort able that it almost seems to everywhere i LEWIS CKOSSGTT Inc MassII SCHOOL TIM- ESa demand for better and heavier Shoes If you will bring your boyar girl here and have us fit them with a pair of Godman Shoes you will get service you have not been getting unless you our customer For Shoes for all the family depend on Barnard Co0 Hertford Ky i1+ rrrJy Mens Ready = to = Wear Values in ClotblngEXlnoreinary Fash Prices that mean an actual saving in dollars and cents to man or boy in community THE STYLES in clothing department are absolutely the We buy ftt the Ireer rtntMne mAnUrun IIIII enuntrv The wrlmanaLiD remmaterial u and of every of clothing we handle cannot be ex celledYou will find no swat or ahod dy cloth Lere- Nounderaizu all full lized garments in the mod lah fabric Our clothe are famous for Ihe- iruplodle neai The value are unsurpassed We guarantee a fit It doeant pay to takes chance in buying clothes Try hem on examine eh cloth Sulfa Aaat yl- a Price ar trot r1 skim gait on the were ever we a shoe wearers tell you they walk on air Of is an hal true 4 A Makers are any this found our latest direct value piece ahop latest u CARSON S COINCORPORATED Hertford Ky Call on tie RepublicanJr Fine Job Work 1 i 1V tto Y I I PROMPT JUSTICE TN Malatrate Was Firm and TriM to Be Genial In the History ot Beverly Maw the folloWing anecdote Is routed or a good JUlltk or the peaee In the old cO- Jonllli times OUII cold night In winter a traveler called at his house for lod- Jng The repdy hospitailty or the JUs lice was about being displayed when the traveler unluckily uttered a word which his host considered protnue Upon 1h19 he Inrorlllltl his guest that he was a magistrate pointed out the nature or the offense and explained the necessity ot Its being expiated by sitting on hour In the stocks Itentonstrance was unnvalllng for custom at that time allowed the magistrate to convict and punish ot once and In this case he acted os accuser witness Jury Judge and sherltr all In one CoM ns It was our worthy Justice aided hy his son conducted the traveler to the place or punlllhment nn open place near the meeting house where the stocks were placcd Here the tray ellr was conOped In the usual manner the benevolent executor or the low It- JlJlnlnj with him to beguile the time ot Its tedium hy edifying couvelllDtlon At till expiration or the hour he was ronductpc to the house and bospltn- IJly entertained till the next morning when the traveler dppnrtlll with let Us hope n dlfermlllntion tu consider JIIII words more carefully before giving them utterance In the hearing ot a con sclentlous magistrate JAPANS PAGODAS They Are Built to Resist the Shock of an Earthquake A remalkublp fact In Japan Is that pagodas built hundreds or years ago embody the principle or the modern seismograph which Is to minimize the effect or earthquake motion by the omblnatlon or an inverted pendulum with nn ordinary pendulum or lu other words by the union ot n stable and on unstable structure to produce a neutral stability which renders the whole building least sensible to earthquake shock Jo the hollow well of every the stoIrlyd pagoda n heavy mass or suspended freely like nn clllggerlltcdItongue from the top ground but not In COUtllCt with It IInllIot the shock of on earthquake large Icullulum slowly swings and the structure sways and then settles back safely upon Its base This Is also the principle followed In the construction of nil bell throughout Japan where the 100vrsI ns prndulUIII and the roof by posts forms au inverted pendulum OR In the IelslllogoraphI IIorplaced but It cannot he overturned as- a wholeVh Vorld Magazine iI Peeling a Snake It Is dlmcult to skill u dead snalr and the skin Is often spoiled III the I IIltberskin a live snake and the skin thus gained Is worth much more Dead t snakes bring from 2 to L cents Llg to their size lull live accorlljw cents to 1 One or the wnke skin companies has Sumatra When u snake Is received from n hunter It Is seized adroitly by tn operator one hand squeezing tbeI neck and the other holding the tall it le then attached tJy the neck to tbeItrunk ot U palm tree nil assistant holding It by the tall With the poout- of Q knife the operator cuts the skin lust below the head and pulling withJIII bs strength peens It from the writhing reptile in the some way that I woman peels n pair ot sloes tromIher handPopular Mechanics Two Points of View Coal morning JonesI IrWhywho works ut the bank Wpll he to business the other day and WllItII t1000 on the counter And ou thllli be did Stole till lull trlplIlll otT 10 Canada And wllellIthe news reachtMI lilY father It the old IIIOUH heart 1hllts hinny You know my brother works at a bank too and wlllu he went to business the other morning he found 1000 And what do you think be dWr Wbutstop It 1INo took It straight to the managers older And when the 111111t Ittrok1etlgrnpbiStreams of LightlOne night we were watching n parade when during one oftthose unaccountable lulls which so trn occur In large crowds a little tel low who was perched hlgb up on his lathers shoulder shouted Ob paJlntOU ought to see Way In the are all overt the peopleDellneatora Successful PublicitytThe king or successful advertisers was given en InlerlewIIIfy methods are very simple he Mid 1 learned them from watching a- girl trying to keep her engagement a NCretNewark NewsrEncourgemlntTArtlst Yes I keep pegging o ftometlmes I get discouraged and MYI to myself Whats the use Friend Dorit give up old man You cant do wonte than youte done you know Hrchange poormnnndjkalanDi NOISES IN VENICE The Way Tlfey Crash Upon the Normal Quiet of the Clty With till the water traAeuqd with not a horse or a cub or u WAgon to wake the echoes the utter allenee of Venice lstho thing that iIrt t lIuprllISe8 tad traveler Yct because there IIJ no undertone ot city noises In Iphleb occasional noises may merge the Grand cabal ot VenIce seems to the sleeper at night the noisiest plate In the world for every little noise crashes into ones sleep and the most wakeful hours of our six weeks In Italy were spout ou the Grand canal In Venice The bells of the churches probably do not ring louder nor wore frequently than they ring In other cities yet be cause 1enlce Is so still these bells dong through the night like till nlarm lit n continuous and ever Increasing tire The bawl of a lovelorn human calf carrying home three drinks and n throbbing heart n noise that may bl heard by the attentive listener any place on earth otter II oclock in Venice becomes insistent and demo nincal The common qUArrel In till street Inters the bedroom at night with nerve racking distinctness and the morning song ot the market gur donor bringing his wares to town tn his sllllIt boat smites the sleepers ears like n call to orllls It Macbtth really did murder sleep tho crime was dune In Venice There are ot course considerable acres to Veniceislandswhere the streets are pared and where commerce goes on In the ordinary way except that there are no horses or carriages In the narrow wnysWllliom Allen Wblte In Emporia Gazette QUEER BURIALS Uncouth Methods of the Nomads of Queensland- or oil the moles or burial ever prac deed by creatures In the shape or hu man beings the method ot the Queens and nomads Is certainly the most uncouth After drying the corpse In the sun and knocking out Its teeth for keepsakes they deposit It on a frame work ot rough poles and bury It under n few armfuls or rushes and old kart- garoo skins leaving the bush wolves to slug Its requiem No member ot the dead mOils tribe will settle within n mile or his grave for rear or icing haunted hy the spooks making the burial place their mldnlght rendezvous The metaphysical spin ions or the Australian nllorljIII1s prove Indeed that savages can hI amlrtlll I with nil abundance ot supernaturalism without betraying n trace or anything tcu11ti moat Ibry believe III evil spirits whistling the blasts or the storm a 1ad and try diIdons of the Deity of future existrncr repentance ntnnement nllll rOil srirnre their lonl1l11 has not evru a dlfillite word Irolll sOllllwhere In the land ot their toretathprsIntrrtl Asia plrhopsthry have itnported a notion rnilltly resembling the nUllllhlRt dar trite or metempsychosis and believe hat animals mny be reborn nil tnIll sod mln ns human bellllP or n sups rlor ronkLondon Answers Not So Sad as It Sounded lit U dOWltlO tl cute two old collll friends met by chance They had not met before to several years and were properly delighted In the course of- rnnerrvatlnn one who had hero InnIabsent from town bethought him or a- annual rrlllIIl Tell me solll he how I CIIII reach Id like to look him up tonight My hey s11I till other It ouI want to reach Jim youll have to tele pluoac to all undcrutkcr on Sixth nvrnu Wbot You shock me Jim dead 1 11 nun sorry indeed to hear It OPIIII Wbo sold he was dead friend or the undertaker and DplII 111IIIIlIIrlnkers to JimNew York Globe GraveI n soldiers grave originated with the I Ilae Captain John ClYdball U S A I the retirement from the penlnlllll fin August ISO Horse Battery A Sec I and artillery was serving with the rear guard und on reaching Yorktown one of the cnnnonelrs died and was there rot wishing to tlllr up enemy by firing three rounds from battery guns as was customary snoodIye ceremony has store been observed all mllllory funerals at the close of he servlrceArgonaut Barring the Party Pray Mr Conning said a lady to English statesman why base made the space In the Iron gates Spring gardens so narrow Obi manm replied Canning with delightful absurdity for which he famous because such very tat used to go through A Social Botanist OuestlIe seems a very nice young Whats his profession Hostess Hes a nodal botanist GuestAnl1 le thnL pray Uostessol1 we- Invttebim especially to give attention donor wall owersDoston Transcript 4 The Moisture Does your wlro cry when she gets angry Yes answered Mr MCtkton It I- Isot the brat or her temper that dls tresses ale so much t1S the humidity Washington Stare I Silenced The inetinot of modesty natural to every woman is often greet hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases Women shrink from the personal questions of the local P icI1l which seem indelicate thought of examination e abe horrentto them end so they endure in eitencea onditioa- ofdisease which surely progresses from bad to worse It has been Dr PIerce II DrlrileQo to care a great many women who have found If rcfage for modesty in his offer lPRESconllultz i tioa by letter 7111 correspondence iv held as sacredly conlldontial 77ddress Drn V Pierce 8nffalo N Y Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription restores end regulates the womanly functions abolishes pain and builds up and puts the finishing touch of health on every week woman who gives ita fair trial It Makes Weak Women Strom SIck Women Well You cant afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this nonalcoholic medicine op KNOWN courosmoit OUR CLUBBING RATESf THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLIcAN and CourierJournal 150 THE R1PTIIhIcAN and St Louis GobeDemocrnt 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Homu and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek 0wetlsboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325- rHE REPUBLICAN Rnd Dally vwensooro InqUirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 170- T1fE REIumICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 fIlE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135I THE REYURLIcAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN + +++++ ++ + + +++ t+ i THE KENTUCKY Light and Power CoiINCORPORATED I WILL ilNb YOJR NOUSK AT COSTS I ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN IitmWITHOUT THEM WHEN INIi REACH E C BARRASS Manager I i t + + + + lt fil + + + + + + + t obdb POSITIONS 30000000IIBOOKKEEPING Draughons competitors by not accepting his proposition concede that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draug hon can convince you SHORTHAND per cent of the United States Court Report write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THE BESTIFor FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn TelegraphyC which explain all call on or writeJOHN F DRAUGHON PresIdent DRAUGHONS PRRCTICRL BUSINESS COLLEGE 0scoarokATRn- 6YANSVILLE JADUCAII NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS Central CIty cti House 1Auction Sles Every Saturday and night of Mencha ise solicited You call pay railroad and save big money Id OFCLOT111NGNOW ONtiJ Ze 0e KING Auctioneer 1 Central City Ky J7 R71117 I1VVW 1VC1C7WVl7l7l7d SURE CURE for AU Diseuee of STOMACHLIVER C firIIede Dlsslnee KaI eIa etc r i r i K+ DIrectoryO DOVtT BkkhWJUdCeBenJ1JlerBd U DIUra clerk Frank L- loellx MUter Commtaitlonerl1 1Moe MarUnSherlftllratoher WCo Ashley J 1V Marti rf fireMondayln mondain1 County CourtW B Taylor Judga WoodwardAttorney first MondAY In each mont- hQuarterlyCourtBeglns on the 1hllMonday Li January April July and Oc tober Ttedaydays tn October SurveyorShrovenoyJameaDeWeeseSchoOI Superlnlelt CoronetJingoJUSTICES COURTS DamMarchJune Z s W P Miller Horse DranchMarch 26 June 2G September 23 December 28 JunZ4SeptembW n Edge ordsvJ12darch ZSJun Z September 7 Docamber 8 24JuneHerbert Render ContertownMarct lo June 20 September 29 December y1 BJuneHARTFORD POLICE COURT G1ennCltAttorney eachmonthMa01Georgeurer n Eo 10 Itmmlrman C U Bar GrJttlnHooller MCroweBarnett and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES thIrdSunday7 P m and 2nd Sunday 1p m Pray eveningRev Saturdaytad Sunday nIght and fourth Sunda and Sunday night Prayer meeting ever Wednerony evening SundaInRPV T C Wilson Pastor ChurchSexeveryfourth P m Rev Henry Clay Fbrd Pastor SECRET IiUCnTlES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A AIj Mondaynight1V M E P Moore SeciehlrlIKeystone Chapter No 1W meets eve third Saturday nIght In each uwnth RoscoeRenderHartford Chapter No 84 O E S meets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HouleRiley oJ Knlgieot RenderKHartford Tent No V9 K O T M moots every Thursday night E B ForemanRecordSunshine hive No 42 1 O T M Meets first FrIday evening and thin sireakeeperPreston Morton poat No4 GA h holds regular meetings Saturday be the first Sunday in each month Ash RogersMitOhio TrIbe No m Imp Order Rot Men meets second and fourth Wednes EMorrisonof Records Acme Lodge No 339 I O OFmeets every second and fourth Mon night at 730 L N Gray N B D Sedtroater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners loCal No 1881 moots let lturday nIght in each month Noah Sko6 Pies W D Luce SecThusOFICIAL ROSTER Amer can Soclet10f Equity of National Officers O O DRAYTON Pros Greenvllle Ill nowUnlGreenS D KUMP Sec Ice Indianapolis State Officers J O CANTRILL Pres Georgetown K- BB ROBERTSON See lboun Ky Ohio County Officers s L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Iy+ OAt P KEOWN Tress Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec Hartford KT COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION J Y DeWoeee Obafrman Hartford L W C Ashley Hartford n Ft D 2 A Be tamytWltasr1Us 3 F D Daughnt Hartford n F D 1i W Taylor Beaver Dam R F D No 3 t5 Richard Plummer Taylor Mlrse- B J 14 Br9 et Rot kpoit E TRIClnERS lliuIdcrcan its beat tmi ciriUv- Medlclal II fit 1lis dl- U Uc GuuraatAa I r4 1 jpm 3SIIIOxIiiL 0I r l J IO Y BARtaTy C1t lers BARN Tt SMITE t LAWeHARTFORD KY Illpract1ce their profession to all the courts of Ohio and counties and Court of Appeals Spedalatt- entlon given to all business entrusted to their Care Cohlectlone and the PraC IaWSpeclaiUealag FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY will practice his profession In Ohie end adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col- iectlona aSpecialty Office to the Her old building R R WEDDING Attorney at Liw HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pensions lute Collections promptly attended to countyOfflce ML11EAYRIN EnNaSTWOODW- AltNEAVRIN WOODWARD GoeI O ateavHARTFORD KY Will practice their profession to all the court a of OhIo county and Court of Appeals Special attention gf yen criminal practice and collections Office next door to Dank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLFY ATTORNEY AT LAV HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession tn all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining countle and In the Court ot Appeals Also Nonary Public Office over tIrst National Hank WIIIIAItIHt N ANDEltktU BAt ti Wr t SO Attorneys and CoolIseorsa t Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned I1nnOllnc that utey formed a partnership or the pro lice ot Law to aU courts t4ttte and Fed oral with offices SOuth dtdr oil Alliin street opposite Court UOII lIarlford Ky Abstracting TIUO und litigation ffecting Tltlsto Real Estate will be given speeded attention Notary In office W IJ IIAItNES S A NIIWrtSO JOIN Ii WJIlmN 014At 1rRe W- pWILSNC OWE- LAWYEHS HARTFORD KY Will prno4co their profession in old the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties Md is the Court of Appeals Special actuation given o criminal practice sad to eo7eoUtms OffOA on MaIn S opposite Court House 0bWaec11DaIIotrlorDO THAT PAYsdrudatmuoroaatatoar 7VII creDd m 1oWorliletda tor TREEe SURPASSINGDock on Proetabla 1ro1ento1 wrtuto sO3SO5 Seventh StreeeWASHINGTON KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUHCS rJingsNlwQisco FOAC8uBIa g- ANS LTNNIATANS tONSTNBL- UGUARJITUD SATIBAOTOlA OB XOJIZT SXPuUDED t oRrMot + fDII1DOtWij JetoIAL COUlITftIEa iubotanrtNs1e tanr eh tarty IRw taw trsWASHNteTON D c fi 4 i XcutiMiY MASTERPIECE WhnVo UIYourYou will find In i arl8 a small tea taarant just Inside the street entrance presided over by a Walter who baa ap parently been forty mare or age for the last twenty yours Bo bns II friendly alert air and anything In the world hat you want be will promptly provide You will naturally order some tort of potage or something that your fancy suggests but whatever else you do be Burn to call for niuswls 1 ran see you turning up your nose at this In America who puts mussels except at rife times perhaps some pickled mUll celt They are with us In tbo same category as tripe But behold the genius of the French When the waiter brings In nn enor moue sliver bowl with a domelike ell vcr cover andwhen be removes the cover tben you forget everything In the world except tbe delicious savory smell of the steam which rises from tbo myriad shells that open lovingly for you to extract from them tbe dnln ty sea flavored mussel that lurks with inMussel dldI say No these are not tbo ordinary mussels that Americans know French gastronomic genius has transformed them Into moult marl nlcre In some deftly magical way tbe French cbof has Imparted a delicious suggestion to tbe moules just that In de fi Ii able evanescent memory of gar liegarlic which In the bands of tbe ordinary cook is an offensive and deadly weapon but which In tbe bands ot- a cook of high degree an artist In fact Is a means for achieving some of the supreme triumphs of his art After tbo moules you will buve any thing you care for dainty slices of galantine or sliced capon nestling amid watercressos and then perhaps some peaches In a little basket where tbe fruit is Infolded in leaves from Its own tree and ripened to precisely tbe right turn on some anrlent wall In tbo sunshine of an old French garden then perhaps some pulled bread and a bit of Camembert and a Cafe Maza gran in a long glass No one remem benrnow the battle that gave Its name to this particular preparation of coffee which shows that men may come and empires may fall and armies may be dashes Into fragments upon tbe bat tlefield but tbe genius of cookery remains triumphant and Its achievements are never lostBookman ENGLISH MONARCHS Death Often Unkind In the Manntr of Their Taking Off Of the monarchs who bave reigned over England since the days of tbe Norman conquest nearly onequarter of the number have met violent deaths Vllllatn I was killed by a fall from his horse William Ue won shot while hunting whether by accident or design Is still one of the unsolved prob lems of history Richard L was killed by a shaft from a crossbrow while besieging tbe city of Chalqz In France Itlcbard IL was murdered In iontefract caSte Edward II was murdered In Berkeley castle and Edward V In the Tower of London Richard III was killed on the battlefield of Boswortb and Charles L hud his head cut ort In London Elizabeths death was hastened by remorse that she had ordered tbe ex ecution of Essex and her sister Mary sickened and died soon after the loss of Calais declaring that the name of that city would be found after death written on her heart Tbe death of Edward IIls son the Black Prince caused tbe aged monarch to die of grief So after the loss of his son in the White Ship Henry 1 was never seen to smile again and lived only a short time Henry VI and George III were Insane during the latter years of their reigns and finally died from what In these days would be called paresis Charles 11 Henry VIIL Ed ward IV and George IV hastened their deaths by the lives they lived Only two monarcbs died of that great na tional scourge consumption They were Edward VI and Henry VII Queen Annes death was duo as much as anything else to overfeeding Only two monarchs Henry VI and George 111 died after long Illnesses London Taller What Would He Do With ItT A farmer owned a doga very good high bred and thoroughly trained dog that every morning for three years chased a railway train that ran past the farm The farmer and his wife were watching the persistent but vain pursuit one warm morning I wonder the wife said what makes that foolish dog chase the train so persistentlyNever about that replied tbo farmer trig Ive often wondered what bo would do If he caught It What Hs Wanted Professional Outdo to palace ca- rporterIlhave an English lord In charge and 1 want him to get a good Impression of the comforts of travel In this country Heres 35 Porter Yes ash Do yqu rant mo to gib him extra attention sabT GuideGreat Scott nol T want you to keep away frpurhliniNc York Weekly Tommy AtklnV orr th lUngt StibalternWbat on earth are yow fellows doing There hasnt been a hit signaled for the last half hour Pri vats1 think we must ave shot the marker slrl London Punch Brondtntng Bond borit you realize that mar rtsge broadens a man Benedict Ob year 1 suppose It can ba put that way itttwn Is the word ITe always asst doa l3Spre1ss f Little Alma Mozley Dead How sad when the angel of death visited the homo of C B Moxley near Trisler on the evening of the 16th and claimed the spirit of little Alma the beautiful llttlo daughter ot James Cicero and Maudle Leo Moxley She was one year seven months and twentynine days old She was sick only two days her death having been caused from that dreaded disease membranous croupe and diphtheria which has proved fatal to EO many children in this vicinity within the past six weeks Tho remains wore laid to rest in the Mldklff cemetery beside her mother Mrs Maudlb Lea Allen Moxley whose death occurred May 9th 1909 at her homo in tho Kalrvlew neighborhood after a lingering illness of consumption Alma was a beautiful and Intelli gent child and will bo sadly missed by her many friends at Trisler and Fairview at which places alto was best knownTo the sad parents we extend our deepest sympathy for wo know not why this little flower the pride of their heart was taken and wo can did them to look to God whose work Is wise W E II QUlCKrrPllLS Will cleanse your liver and purl fy your blood and make you feel like a new maIn Of my dear brother Jesse hull who departed this life August 15th 1908 Jesse Is dead the battle Is oer Death has claimed its noble prize We must part from those so cherished Close forever those loving eyes Day by day our sad hearts ache We realize this noblo life has ebbed away Yet nil were hoping watchlngpray Ing that with loved ones heI might stay Mother brothers he has left us Folded now are the hands youve clasped so often grieve not dear ones But let him rest Mother down lifes pathway You shall reach that hapy land Some brIght day perhaps tomorrow You shall grasp him by the hand One more time the chain Is broken One more link has been removed One more child now has left us One more son so fondly loved But earthly griefs are forgotten When we meet arouml tho throne And shall greet our sainted brother Jesse dearest In that home When we have crossed the river and are free from toll and care One by one we know hell greet us In that land so bright and fair Where so fondly he Is waiting watch ing waiting for us there ohl the sweet reunion Of the loved ones gone before Anchored safely now in Heaven Where deaths and partings are no more Written by his only sister Mollle Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAFor Pears must be cooked until tender before sugar It added and one or two pieces of sugar root gives a very pleasant flavor Always cook fruit rapidly and In small quantities if wanted especially fine either for canning or immediate use Glass Jars with tops should bo well iterlllzed before using by putting Into cold water and bringing to a bull Better to have now rubbers every season Apple sauce is much more savory If apples are sweetened before begln slug to cook They should always be throu hly cooked Tomatoes canned In glass sometimes become insipid but If salted and pep eeredbefore canning and well wrapped 1n paper to exclude tho light they will keep fresh and sweet If tin cans ate used for tomatoes salt and pepper should never be put In before canning because of the action of the salt upon the tin and treat cure should be observed In hav- Ing tho cans bright and new and per ectly free from rust Peaches I should always be carefully washed before eating as the fuzz on he skin Is said to cause sore throat md they are much more easily and comfortably handled if washed before peeling for canning or preserving Id Rather Die Doctor ThanbaYe my feet cut off said 11- 1LBlng1ulm of Prlncovllle IHbut oull die from gangrene which had saten away sight toes if you dont said all doctors Instead ha used Buck ens Arnica till wholly lured its cures of E emaFver sores oils Burns and Piles astound the weld 2Bc at all druggistsw n 4I i Be DUHt Get Away = Considerable merriment was cauSed in Hartford last Friday raornng1 when Will D kewho is confined in Sall here vnder a work sentence for haV Ing concealed a deadly weapon about his person was brought out to tie put to his task Duke como down from his cell barefooted and this scheme was quickly made plain for scarcely had he emerged from the jail door than he made a break for liberty at rabbit speed However Oscar Fleener son of the Jailer ov erhauled him just as he turned the court house square It was a short but a hot taco A crowd sooty gath ered to see how Bill was going to take matters Ho swore he wasnt going to work u stroke and tome altercation followed Ho was finally bodily dumped Into a wagon after be lug shackled and hauled to tho point of labor about a mile east of town Words to Freeze The Soul Your son has Consumption His case Is hopeless Theso nppnlllng words were spoken to Geog E Elevens a leading merchant of Springfield N C by two export doctorsone n lung specialist Then was shown the won derful power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Elevens ho was as wnll as ever I would not take all the money In the world for what It did for my boy Infallible for Coughs and Colds Its the safest surest cure of deserato Lpng diseases on earth DC and 100 at nil druggists Guaran tee satisfaction Trial bottle free m Advantages Of A Short Girl not feel the drawbacks of early Inces The tall girl may bo more Imposing In appearance more of a power at social functions but the short girl does deadlier execution amoung men From the first day they are at case with her which means a great deal to the ave rage man In her presence he does 1 BOTTUO IN OND I EXPRESS PAID 4 qti 3 Qtt Uqt 400 750 110 not feel the drawbacks of early Incessant cigarette smokI gnud the de generacy of his sex she can coax and pout and flounce into pretty lit tlo passions with greater graco than a daughter of the godsshe needs a proctectlng arm In a crowd and she does not take up eo much room in a railway car or dwarf her partners In the ballroom or while out for a walk There never yet was a little woman who could not flirt more furiously than a tall one and yet escape unfavorable notice Her scratches all seem to be given in play It is of course by comparison that everything Is thus or thus and so it Is only when judged by the standard of some exceptlonly tall sister that n short worn an will permit herself to be so described She will always Indignantly disclaim a brevity of inches under any circumstances though no woman over yet objected to the epithet little woman as n term of affection Deafness Cannot Be Cured By local applications as they cannVt reach the diseased portion of the car There Is only one way to euro deafness and tluxt Is by constitution al remedies Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of the Eustcahlan Tube When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rum bling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the Inflaniu tlon can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condltionhcar ing will be destroyed forever ivlno cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing bu tan Inflamed cot dltlon of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure Send for clrcularsfree I F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c I Take Halls Family Pills for Constipation m Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borno the signature of s9 and has been rondo under his personal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is IMcnsnnt It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTOFJIA ALWAYS S Boars the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over SO Years TMC CCNTAUH COMFAHT TT HUHRAT nUT MO TOUR erT Subscribe for The Hartford Republican V u Our Express Paid Line MONOGRAMCRESCENTCLUI WE GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY WE PAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES AND SHIP FULL MEASURE QUARTS IN PLAIN SEALED CASES On merit alone we are asking you to buy these brands The qualities are right and the 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 CABLE KENTUCKY BOURBON- In Jugs Only 200 Per Gallon BROOKDALE RYESTRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY- In Jugs Onlyt 225 i Qtl 8 Qti U Qtt CANADIAN WHITE RYE 350 675 1000I RED ROCK SPECIAL STRAIGHT KENTUCKY I BOURBON n 450 8SO 1300 APPLE BRANDY CLERMONT DISTILLING COMPANY 300 575 850 PEACH BRANDYCCLERMONT DISTILLING COMPANY 300 57585o APRICOT BRANDYCALIFORNIA 300 575 850 APRICOT BRANDYIMPORTED 400 750 1100 LINCOLN COUNTY TENNESSEE 300 575 850 FOR THE REHANDLER ALL SHIPMENTS IN PLAIN CASE OR CASK EXPRESS PREPAID II 01 II 01 Bottle Bottle TBNHKSBKB WHISKKT Unlabeled 100 pints 2200 1000 NELSON COUNTY KENTUCKY WHISKEY Unlabeled 100 pints 2700 2100 PBIVATH STOCK RYE Labeled 100 pints 8000 1750 SUADY SPRINGS STBAIOHT WHISKEY 100 pinta 8350 8000 o OLD DOMINION WHITE RY 190 pints 8760 3400 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 McHANEY or SMOKY MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY from us orignalseal intact that is not exactly as we represent itONE HUNDRED PROOF ASTANDARD GALLON MEAs- URE ABSOLUTELY PURE WE PAY THE EXPRESS One Gal Two Oats Three Gals oil MoIIaaer WhUkey N 300 9575 985O Smoky Mon nln Corn Whiskey 280 550 825 Unadulterated Unwenkened as pure and healthful as sunlight TRY THEMthats all we ask Even the gallon bottle in which these goods are shipped is an article you will value and find many uses for FAWN BOURBON DALEI 300 qti 8 MOSS ROSE RYE Birr IN OUH STOCK EXPRESS PAID I qt 8 qti 12 qti 550 1050 1500 REMIT BY MONEY ORDER EXCHANGE OR REGISTERED LETTER CECE B COON COMPACTIncorporated 201203205 Lower Second StreetEVANSVILLE INDIANA r J J r i l 4 XI N- l 1r y- JIikSOON3 BE tOM PtEO- M11 Ii ir and E RailrQad Soon f i ToBe OpenL ft AI mostContiunous Line l rm Lou isviue to Salot Louis r die resIdents ofMadlsonvhlo will knVean upportdflty to sr the first train over tho 1MU 1rrdlroad tin October 10 When the new road wJJ1be opened fur traffic The tralna- willrntor Mkdisonvfllo on that date acc Mhth to the hnuouncemnt of the raaffhgem +nt allll the road ripened to- thtifiublle Speculation has been rife runjnlngdada for the opcntng of the new line The titIrens will turn out In full force to witness the tralns en trance Into tile city sand hundreds from points along the rnllroad and Inh3b1Itants herSteel I has been laid to lnnd river ash work Is now being done all the I brIdge The piers are all Clio the I bridge and steel Is being laId on the structure Only eight miles more o- fslel remains to be laid before the road Is completed to tills place and It Is II certainty that the first train will be operated Into this city between October r and 10 the latter date being the most likely Plans have been made for n handsome twostory passenger statlou 1c- tween the west Y and the two mainlines Qf the M II E and L N The bulluhtg will Le modern In every rc pCt and amply able to asconuuo- date the publie A lake covering seventyfl acres will be made lu the grove now the property of W A Nisbetrmming lu the M II E on one side and the main liner uf the h N railroad ou tho other This will insure II SlIrr- Iclent water supply fur the railroad company The revised line ci tile limp liS It III called uf the I Ninllroad chich wilt lie built from lul1IIISI Gap to lIhullsonvlUe around Eurling I ton will tap the train line of the L- N on till top ot the fill just uCllthI of the LIIIlk curce and will Cll IUdslfromh N nuw CIUIiell the new road- Twentylieu acres of lord have 1- 11rndr bleu secured frown Frank Hum sey ou whlcit the yards and naiad house will lJe built and otllll band tugs of till company are to III rcrt- cd there Work will CIIl11IAPlleel uu those lit IU early illite When the M II J Is built into- Madisonville a conuectirg link IIf- MbcJUt hHI miles Is the only thing deeded to lUIIIIIct Morganfield with Shnwneetewn III to give tllli shy dlreet line Irmo louI51II0 to 10I L0111LPhu naxt two years will see nutu- yhnportat dIllIlAS muds lu North Madisoivillu and unusual activity will be vItnessed along the Ilse especially in tilJl section The M II will cpeu a large coal field and a vast territory of farming and timber land adjacent to Madisouvllle which will result In the popnl Lion ot the city being greatly increased during this period In lulilltion to this nn influx or people will fvlluw- r+ O will lie given employment Ity ire view mllro111 and make their hUUtr5 here n Election Officers For 1909 East ilulfnnlInslle Comull and CM Dnl1lel1 Judges R r Collins Clark and Marvfit IJIllck Sheriff West lfurlfol1lC EMorrisou and JlJ M Woodward Judges Worth Tich- asor Clerk cud O T OlIaltuIJu ShorhffrfedaIL A1Jairdand Will Jalusoul- hdges W H Park Clerk and James Bowe Sheriff upbur SptiagsL GWeller and J B WIIIu Judges A D Wed dtngClerk and Flee Baker Sheriff MaganI NIan1tnm and T A Fu- qua JudgesLce Millor Clerk and Waiter Mldktlf Sheriff Ctomwellvt E Porter and SI- Sbivens Judges G W Martin Cleric and T EClXIpCr Sheriff Cool Sprlug9J N DerrYlnan and WT Dlflwii Judges W g Den 11 Itt mark and J I Moore Sheriff Nofh iloekportrWitham Sctoggins end J lCnrtt Judges Jlge Wood turn Clerk lUll J E Mnddox Sheriff h south RockportI Reid an1 I A- Mifanlel Judges J TJtwkJUIl and James Wliwu Sheriff Cllric1 Phegley and IlL CFerklandHorse BtanchP II l III i e J d I If d I I 1 1 IT ii IF I I jo fo 1 t Majestic Baking bemottation I One Week Set 27thOct2na + I i GRANDIM THE RANGE WITH A REPUTATION MADE IN ALL Q Z113 RIND OT LE5 ill Come Everybody Come Every flay rn E P BARNES BROSBB- TTZLEPH DlMII KENTUCKY IdII II II II II II II II ID Crowder Judges Virgil Geary r Clerk and T R Frymyer Sheriff RosfueR PIlk1I11 and C E Ra- ley Judges H C Crowder Clerk and Loney lholl1llliouShlll1f- EllIt Braver DamS P TnII and U D Reid fudges PI HockerCrk and Fred Stanley Sheriff W8t leaver lmUUIgltl Austin and J 111111111111 Judges J D Rog- urs Clelklllld Byron IharnesSiterif- fMcllenryit W hockey and W C Smith Judges Claude 3hllldox Clerk anal A 11 Smith Sheriff GnitertilwuT M IIntchm std 0 M Dlshll Judges H H Udvis CllJrJ- md LA Vincent Shlllf1- SIIIIIlhuuliSum Mottun and C 1- SOItonhllhell Cliutvn lglehtart- Clcrk and Berry Ilhltop SherUt East ltIlsIIII II Smith and A lieuderrou JlIlIgIIIt O Jl11es Clllk fwd C D ClIllllm Sheriff 1Ve4t IIdsvllleJ A IlIltam and Elllzlal Mitchell ludges R O Neal Clerk and J W ODell Sheriff Aetnav111eJoefhoads noel hind phil hips Judgls E H IOIgllll Clerk and John Marina Wlldc Sheriff ShrucIl1lk dough std C TWhltl- InghllL Judges T E Butler Clerk and flutes Dowell Sheriff OlatonJ D Cooksey and It C Ders Judges N llWhlto Clerk and J T St Clllh Sheriff BufordJ D Holbrook and WIIIII1- 1IIorgnlllulgi1 Sloth RlleyClerk and John ItIng Sheriff BartletLsT C Park and J n- Dnrt1ett Judges II II Chapman ClrrkRtlll Basil Taylor Sheriff HeWnA V Rowan and W M Hef- lin Judges T F Tanner Clerk end nO Owen Sheriff CeralvoD n lI lsley and George Casehlel Judges J U Wood Clerk and MF llmtluy Sherttl Point PleasulltW P ColCman and W F Condit JudgeaL L Patterson Clerk and I C Taylor Sheriff NlIrlOwsC F Doswell ands A- UowllllA Judges C O Carter Clerk and J Jdhullz Sherif- fRalph1J TGrcer and W R Edge Judges W FlIowsrd Clerk and J r1- IIldkm Sheriff IreutlsCiarencoIrllo n1d C C Dennis Judges Carl lei Taylor Clerk and Albert PattersonSherif- flferbertVirgil Miller and Grant Mldkiff Judges Alllseif Haynes Clerk and O C Rice Sheriff ArnoldJ W Arnold and llJI Craig Judges J DAlbln Clerk and- LT Renfrow Sheriff RondeiChaudo Baker and is Francis Judges Guy Stateler Clerk rit Sam JnllellJr Sheriff I I Sl CENTRAL GROVE Sept 9Mr RoberC Loney dl parted thlll life Frldayniorildg Sep tember 24 after nit illness of four teen months nt the age of li3 years lIo bore his suffering with great pa tience and seemed perfectly resigned to the will of God In the dJIYs of youth he became n chrltlan rind at the limo of his death was a member of Central Grove Baptist church where the funeral services were conducted In an impressive manner by Rev H 1 Brown Saturday lit 11 a- In after which the remahus were lhid to ret beside thn whfn and infant who procldlll him ulna years ngollp Is survived hy a xitefhreo- dapghters an aged mother IIIld many oilier relatives and friends who mourn his death Man gaeh to his long HomeVMiss Eliza I3erryinan Is qulteIll Mr and Mrs Thomas WIIIlamsarna vIsiting their son and daughter Mr I and Mrq Lonnlo Wllllnms at Central J City Mrs K Q Conperhn9 returned home after l visit to her daughter Mrs D r J s Fltzhuglj at Island rind son I RIr James COOT I who JI being treat ed by nn Osteopath nt Rochester Mr and MruiFred Miller Goshen spent Sntur4i1 nlgbt and Sunday nt Mr Willie lIiQerif Mr and Mrs W I Iglehe rt at tended the singing convoatfon nt Island Sunday 1188 Della Roeder of Unton and Is vlslUng her tquJln Miss CarrIe Roeder I Mis aeotgeJirunton of Wllhlams Mines ja the guest of tier parents Mr and firs D lIf Park Mrs trill Carr ot Render visaed her brother HJewls Drown and- family a few dayp last week Mr and Mrs T p Williams en tertnlncd a few of the young to bSaturday night Mr L DLolley went to ltfrtio d Monday iiMIRev F DHtfkhI11Ieg ftiflf sttlaynightOro Foreman and wire were tho guests of MrTIfMedralrandtvfo 11ore1mllllPNl1chrl dighterrriti scent lIni1Vllbur Deer and rhlidrewcre v 1V 4 A = ffC os w w MONEY CANNOT BUY A BETTER PAINT THAN HANNAS 6REEN SEAl The Paint possessing every essentlal quality Nothing In It but what should be there Nothing lacking that will Improve it Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground In Pur Linseed Oil The Made to Wear Paint that outwears nil others and that In wearing away does so gradually leaving a perfect surface for repainting FOR SALE BY f10RDSVILLEpLANIN6MILL C V FordsviUe K AU6 T ROWS Centertown Ky DRL B BEAN Hartford1 yy the guerts of relatives here from IrIlIIY unttlSunday evening drA un Duke and wile were the JI1llUIJerandMiss Lemma Lee Wright visiting rellttlvealnQensbor Miss Gertlo J4hnsop of Arkansas Is vIsiting her rather Mr Charles JOh1son quid family ye to menttoa tit but say eral from this place ntieded the base batJ game nt McHenry Sunday Xlarge crowd WRIh attendance at iha colt show at thla+ place Saturdays Mr ROmney Repfroa colts captured first and second premtuma L y1 M 4 otIce hie A Bof Stockdpmmlttee will make nnotbefl pment kOetober 6th Any member baying stock to ship wHJ please notithe oOmm1ttee- f SILAR STEVENS 4- Y i 1lD TI NOR JOHN 11 SHULTZ a trotl CommIt ee +h I Notice Dr JrT Hardin deatlst of Hart fordwill btl at Contertowa tromI Oct 5 until the 8th Ho Is prepared to do nil kinds of dental work All- work guaranteed Call aid see h r ltTicRellevtlllOur etotsacb pal ii oftli beart DfgNtiwbatyooaiLt M j V I I HERBERr Rev Ira Rico and family areVia- lting nt Ir James Chnmbersenroute totpttlrlNturR note iartinTenn Rev RI ts ors of the beat preachers In TihyC Cford AsOcII1UQnanlara luatn t to glvo him up 101 Mrs GharUe J1ito of Spice Knob worolho guests Of Mr Jim For last f Mr Walter Skinner sold II sucking mule to Stete Flowers for 1100 this weekzlIrAJJlUU r and visited Mr Oscar Nuckolds and tam fly ltt lt coo from rrJdn until Sun day Quiten goad deal of bILrII building and hQuso tJJ1IIJmentR are In pry g r 11Ptll nIlIpsSOIlJu1t1lOr nfJr waif servedandn11 had A deligM- ful day Mr ud Mrs O T DurdeltMr arJ 11IrS1Aor4aylnrpnnt Sundaeat Mr Ikrycror st V t Mr Henry Mhligan wlfe rind dal- eghter 111seeS Sull1e Ford and Mattiu + r j 0 r 0 1 Barnett dined nt Mr Deed Ilnynes Sunday UuWtStewnrtrelatives here- MANDA JtSrp1I that Manda Is gettIng a lit boWlnd tn the ot stews but not InJlee waof InttlrestforItlsthol- lyellestpl4ce In Ohio County In the way ofmischerloue boys and good Jlopking girlgrand a1easlimible amount of Intellect School fhf8 is progrlsaing nicelywitliwldtOnls Oaeer teacher Neart eyeryb8dy Iii doneculUnJ to baeeonndwl1cat soV lng Is on head MssrsZT Her J E LeachRoY n1lQY9tJ VayloraadlandleyGead 7t tu Oat Grove last SaturdaY tu i DIm meeting of tho A S + sk 1ilSudtir rartd wife ot1 t +Ir1 red V Sauderfur 1lsRILt InstJ iy and 3O Stewart went Uorton Saturday on buts riee4 QUlWenY64ll GeorgeIi1ftrty t tlnafberItfini SaturdAyretU1ll1gLend Here Js tot the whole Repa ic- aaJJ Vctet 0 I 1 kit H