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Digital page images are linked to the text file. li C f J f t C t t L Itttf0riI tpubItan 1 j Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year No12tr1 COUNTY TEACH i btEftS TQ MEE- i r Sessions of Institute Will r Begin Next Monday I r Good Program Prepared Other School Items of In e terest The Ohio County Teachers 4tuts will convene In the court at Hartford Monday= Ocotber lith The Instructor Dr Ellis of Pennsyl vanla has a national reputation a without question tho institute will be ono of the most inteffeslng and pr liable ever held In the county E ery teacher should teach Hantfordnot later than 10 oclock a m on ti first day and be ready to take an 1active and vigorous part In all of tta deliberations People from parts o f the county are Invited at expected Jo be present The truste are especially urged to attend the a sessions of the Institute In order that they may know the wide awake pr sresslve teachers Evening progra will be announced from day to d Dr Ellis will likely deliver one or tw lectures for the special benefit of tho public during the evening sessions the Institute I Every teacher In the county havjng books belonging to the teachers library will be expected to bring tit In the first day of the Institute This Is very dmportant and It is hop that no teacher will fall to bring every book in his possession th belongs to the county library The colored teachers Institute k tailed to meet at the public ec building In Haytl November 11th a 1 4J12th AH books belonging to the col I ored library should be brought In this session Mr Charles L Taylor formerly teacher of the county who has b employed by a mining company at St Charles Ky has resigned hiseeltion and will enter West Kentucky Normal School at Bowling Oreenalo A IILth his brother Otle B Taylor 0 fThethe hold overs expired with the organization of their division boards Friday November 19th 1909 been selected for the observance the Kentucky Apnual Childrens Hot DayThe President of Bethel Colic Russellvillo Ky has offered to a free scholarship to any young in- M in Ohio county designated by t County Superintendent to rece same Any young man desirous of availing himself of a scholarship in Bethel College should make his wants known to the County Superintendent The Worlds Work an educational magazine is offering a premium of 4200 for the best auto biography country public school teachercov1- pg personal experience in work 160 for the next best and J100 for 7 third beat The Superintendent recommends t tho teachers of the county use reform spelling as recommended by tits simplified spelling board The School Improvement League at West Nocreek eUll has regular sessions and an enthusiastic member hip The trustees and teachers of theE county are directed to see that no damage Is done to any of the public school property when used for other purpose than schools and to see thatI the building is properly cleaned after any such use Every school build ing should bc securely locked whenI aind any l rell upon property should be immediately reported to the County Attorney The Super lnG r tendent earnestly requests the co eratlon of every good citizen In h 11thtreatment and missusetn any way Again attention Uncalled to the that every trustee must provide school with all needed and necessary Incidentals and present an bill of same to ither1 uperln ten 4 thro ghhI8chalrma l fthQ board lyImadelilrp6ndItUres I bo4njet The County BoatdofEducationb has i f t i 0 c been very groatty handicapped by a lac of sufficient funds to place the houses of the county in proper condl Uon Every memyorjof the board is heartily in sympathy with the schools ot the county and has been anxious to do everything possible for the bet terment of the condition of the ru ral sChools but the limited supply of money has made it mposalble to accomplish many of tho needed reforms for which the entire board stands Many wells should have been dug maty JiOuses built many com fortable seats provided many stoves bought and a groat many other things should have been dune to place the schools of the wanly In proper condition but the money not being avail able a greats deal of this work will go over to next year deII1 aslundr schools this year the Superintendent singsve eo eoInterest himself and thou his u plls and through them his patronsln schood besaccomplish wonders The schools that have been visited BO far have gnssperc trlcts making excellent records along dofTeachers Association will meet 1 Hodgensvllle Ky October 15th an 16th 1909 One and onethird ra 11will prevail over the I C R R Tedthetboard of trustees at Fordsvlllo as talcheel0 n dIs a teacher of wide experience and Instrut1pavsnas the people are alL united and very enthusiastic for their school pllmaryg jnItte vet Her place Is being filled for MoCleyscases for suppliedei ocure s teachers must make a list of the gebooks needed by the children and stabej Indignanvoit The books cannot be mailed or ex pressed putlASSIGNMENT OF METH MINISTERer S Only a Few Changes For the atCoining Years WorkI The Louisville Conference of the M Church South closed its sessions at Henderson Ky Monday morning alter a most profitable and Jntoreat ing meeting The following are the assignments for this dlstrld- OWENSBORODITRICT R F Hays presiding elder Owensbore Settle Memorial J H Young Breck inridge Btrep I M Page Frayser avenue B A Brandon Woodlawn S Nuniey 6wensboro circuit P C Duva JtheJObertsIT Curry Centertown R D Bennett ClovetheF Harper dreehVllle FE YaundentBi 3 Hayeslr C c Hartford Yelvln 1carrdl1ton Hlcker8onBtudentlnynn tr WP Gordon I y J kTO THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Owing to the continued serious illness of wife which necessitates my staylng at or near home it novappears that I will bo able to de vote but little If any time to my race for County Attorney Trust- Ing that I am not asking too much I earnestly request everyone Interested In my candidacy to explain to his friends the cause of my absence from the field Believing my first duties are to my family I shall be compelled to depend upon my friends In various parts of the county to look after my Interest In their respective communities Hoping that I may be cordially remembered by the good people of the county on November 2nd I am Sincerely yours C E SMITH PBES DUNN CON- GRAiULATES POOLERS S Success Due to United Efforts Of the Tobacco Growerst Whitesvllle Oct 2To the Grow ra Now the battle has ended and the smoke cleared away so wo can see the results of our fight for the to bacco growers we feel like shouting victory Surely the good Lord has een with us In our efforts for jus tlce and fair prices The pooling pledges are now closed and will not be circulated any more this year ome want to know what you will do with the man on tho outside I say leave him to his consxilencethe buy er and his God We know he can not any better on the outside He Is nt tho mercy of the buyer He must hdptcall we ask What more do we want 7 his year hundreds have signed that never did before Next year all will Orcehen poolingIIn cooperation with the A S of IE It seems even with threw assocla In tho field we can keep peace if we try With all three standing like a rack wall and the tobacco in the success is certain Now a flw for Equity We have pooled ton tlnlRj more tobacco In Davless county than we pooled last year So we feel that the A S of E is here to stay With the victory gained In the district we feel safe In that poollsee in the Equity society and all In Indiana Ohio and Wisconsin in the A S of E it seems only a matter time until all will be In Equity Then let us take heart go to work ns never before and boom the cause that has saved the tobacco grower wheat grower wool grower and nil farmers everywhere Dont forget the district meeting on October 7 at Owensboro Let every man be at this meeting that loves the name of Equity This will be a wee ag of great importance You are needed Dont fall to coma and heetrtowhat Is being done J W DUNN S AETNAVULE Oct 5 Several of the young fol have been attending the protracted meeting at Magan Rev Cox filled his regular appointment at Zion and Deanfleld Sun dayBorn to Mr and Mrs Frank McKln cy on the 26th ult a boy named Robert Lee The party given by Mr and Mrs Wm Skinner Wednesday evening was quite a success i The school at this plate is progressing nicely Wltli Mr JiH Loyd teacher Health is good Inhhls communUy Mr Jesse Loyd oving with his family to Reynolds He is preparing to carry the mall on route No2 Mr James Tlentey has moved the house recently vacated by Mr Andrew Duncan who Las gone toof Luzerne LyonAA James Tierney Monday Quitto o HaynesvlUe E 11 and attend atrelatives at pagan Sunday Mr Henry Harrison of Haynes vllle has moved to this placet IaniflyB of Mnv Charles Dlvens and amilySunday- v V r- l N V EDITOR SWINT LAYS DOWN PE Veterian Publisher of the Calhoun Ky Star Finishes His Labor George F Swint editor and own tr of the Calhoun Star died at his t tllMrknown Democratic editors In 1Veste Kentucky and had been owner of the Star for many years He was nearly 70 years old and served In the unto army during the war of the rebellion Mr Swint had owened and edited papers at both Boonvliie Ind and formerly published a paper at SoutJi Carrollton His brother was for a mini bar of years editor of the Boonvlllt Enquirer and upon his death several years ago the paper passed Into tho ands of Homer Hazen the present ublisher and editor The deceased Is survived by a cols o w and five children His children at William George Oscar Maggie nit ds Kate all of x home reside at Calhoun Oscar SwInt Is an engineer on a Green river steamboat Mr Swint was a man of conslder able ability he had a sunny dlspo s gun and n high sense of honor n lahta passing away the eople of C boon and McLean county Kythave lost a true friend and one who a ways stood for their best Interests Church Burns in Butler Co cJustchurch was destroyed by fire The congregation had gathered for the wts13 a1 was started In tho stove and the church caught fire from intnIsDeath of Mrs Mary Royal Mrs Mary Frances Royal died at her home In the northern part of the county September 26th lyvj In the early morning hours She was Snrtin was county December 22nd 1846 and was married William Washington Royal June 23rd 1864 who survives her In his severity fifth year She was the moth akandof nd six daughters survive her and mourn her loss Mrs Royal had been a member of the Christian church for nearly forty years and her funeral was preached by Eld A P Kelley at Friendship church after which a large concourse of relatives and friends followed her to her last resting place at Frlend ship cemetery Mrs Royal was splendid type of motherhood kind gentle patient ever ready to aid those in need or suffering around her She exemplified her Christianity in her dally life She was the mother of Mr O Davis Royal who has been prominent in ytocars the county four yenta The many friends the family deeply sympathize with them in their grief Bpwllt Ji A plckedteam f oVensboroibowlers came over last Saturday evening arid engaged a team of Hartford boys on the home alleys The tithe resulted In a victory for the Hartfords by a of 313 pins In three games winning all three The Owensboro tcijm Is made up of a splendid set of fellows and they are all fine bowl en but they were somewhat a dill advantage on strange alloys They were entertained at supper at the t 4 New Commercial Hotel by the Hart ford team and after the contest let for Owensboro The contest by gant was as follows OWENSBORO Hammond 140163 121 Bottorf 111 121 122 Sweeney 165 137 119 Barren 135 123 145 Keeley 111 119 167 Totals 652 663 674 Grand Total 19S9 HARTFORD Tlnsley 164 168 165 Moore 129 117 17- 7Barnott 135 130 1S3 liar 163 157 146 rN7 Totals 725 7C9 SIS I Grand Total 2302 I Death of Estimable Woman Mrs Francis A Noffsinger widow of John B Noffsinger died at herS home In Calhoon last Thursday and was burled in the Calhoon cemetery next day The Immediate cause of her death was gangrene of the lot result of a small abrasion jjnand had lived In McLean county n tjnaliter as follows Mr R A Noffsln per manager of the Hartford Dr0 g Co Dr I B Noffsinger Elgin Tex and Messrs B G Noffsinger ott Louisville and J W Noffsltiger Sacramento K Her only Mrs WML Howden lives at Calhoon UNUSUAL CHURCH CELEBRATION Live Oak Baptist Church Give Home Coming to Present and ndty1The Live Oak Babtlst church at Utica held one of the most Interest Ing homo comings ever given in 1 vices county on Saturday Rev C of Owensboro delivered the addresses of the occasion The homo coming lilen was cancel v ed by Rev Shultz the present paste r The resident members of the church and all the old members wore invited to be present and most of them were there After a song service at the exorcises Dr Shultz read n istory of tho church from Its tout datlon In 1854 Of the original founders only three are living and one of these Mr May Was present The membership has grown from 17 to 365 and more than 600 people have professed religion or been baptized Into the church Rev Carroll divided his address In to tour sections with texts relating to the Cave of Mactelah the Well at Bethlehem the Prodigal Son and the words of the Savior In my Fathers house are many mansions The w Mactelah was compared to t cemetery those who had wandered sans and then returned to the house of God were compared to the Prodigal Son and the words of the Savior wore Interpreted as promising a home In Heaven In the afternoon Rev Carroll preached on the rhrrcl cove nant ThanksaWe desire to express our heartfelt thanks to those who so kindly as stated us during the illness and death of our dear husband and tether Ro NLoney May Heavens blessings bo upon you and when the tolls of life are oer may wo all meet the land where sorrow never cam and where all tears are wiped away His wife and children New Grocery Store I have purchased the grocery teresta of Messrs Dillard Schroe and J K Alvey in the firm ofrY Schroader Cpandh1ne trahl ferred the stock to Union Street op posits the City Bakery where I have added to the stock and opened up a splendid line of groceries I will k the best in my line and sell at t lowest prices Orders by telephone given prompt attention Goods de livered tree in Hartford Give me your girders and I will treat you right 12tf NOAH WHITE r o IsMEETING Was That of the County Union Last Week Graders Elected Ruling About Stock ShipmentsCoopera tive Telephone Indorsed The Ohio County Union of the American Society of Equity held a very Interesting as well as important two days session at the court house In Hartford last Friday and Saturday The nieelng rats presided over dur Ing thentire session by president L Stevens There were 28 locals represented by delegates who appUed themselves during the two days ses- sIon to the Interest of the order bytof the 1909 crop of tobacco Mr liarIlfortwas made whereby people of the west suitamount of can bo pro cured deliver their crop at Ctral thernotibe wise to state the figure we take the liberty of stating that It Is a considerable advance over liist year unN standing should be accorded the priv throughSgot ton to be quite an Important depart eat of the organization in this coun and this ruling will have a tendency to greatly strengthen the or ganization People have liwrned that they iswo considerable by scll InS their stock through the committee EquityCness was dlscttsr Ml extensively and it Is clearly apparent from the spirit of the various illscufslons that tho movement Is gaining strength day h- Ida Many sections of the county are already supplied with Vlephonus op crated under the Coopurativo plan and there are other sect Kirs that are only waiting an opportunity to pro cure the service It Is more than likely that within tho next few months an exchange will be established at Centertown Rockport and Hartford People of these places are more than anxious to procure the services of this system and will render any as sistance that they can to the promoters of the plan- Arrangements were completed for the circulation of the acreage and pooling pledges for next year The members of the society can receive byheDelegates to the National Union which meets at Indianapolis Ind Nov 18 1909 were elected but will probably not attend as the constitution and bylaws provide that State unions elected the delegates to the National Union There wns some doubt In the minds of the delegates and presiding officer as to whether the County Union elected any delegates or not but It was deemed best that some be named so that If the cotta ty organization was entitled to del serbeTaking the meeting as a whole It was one of the most Important that historyescountyWhilefrom former county unlousthere were many matters of business interests disposed of thete1910 rteTo the Voters of Ohio County protracted1llness RepubllcanowIngfive canvass I am profoundly grate Ishillportr DANIEL KINO A I u Y I b I v r FIRST S TL RS OfiDSVlLtE And a Short Account of Their Lives First Hand Corn Mill taken to HartfordHistory fo Yates and Others Fordsvllle Ohio county Ky was settled by tnree early Kentucky set terls viz Benjamin Kelly Ancl- Hail and Richard Huff writes Ed win M Forbes in the Hartford Her ald Huff Eettledgm the northeast side of what Is now the town of Fordsville Hall settled on the west side Huff settled about the year 1793 but It Is not known at what time Kelly and Hall settled thei farms other than that they wer among the first settlers of this part of the State Benjamin Kelly when a small boy was one of Daniel Boones party taken prisoner by Indians whllu making salt at theI Blue Licks lu Nicholas county was taken to Detroit Mich where he made his escapetuklng with him an Indian tomahawk presented to him by Colonel McKee tho British Indian agent and principal aJvv cai e of the war then existing between the United States and the savages This tomahawk Is now owned by a grand son of Benjamin Kelly living near Fordsvllle Ancll Hall WitS a prominent Baptist preacher of his time and his ilecendents arc now numerous Jn this part of the State Richard Huff was an energetic settler raised a large family of sons and daughters and his posterity Is now widely scattered over several states Each of those early settlers had a graveyard on his farm and their re man is and ninny of their relatives and friends were hurled In them The Kelly graveyard is tho Fordsvllle cemetery Tile Huff graveyard Is on Cedar Hill neat the western corpor ation line The early name of Fordsville was Kellys Precinct In honor of Benja min Kelly and no remained until the year ISIS which Galin Crowe o Hartford established a posfofflco at FonUvllluln Iwnorof Ellclia I1ordat that time tho main business man of Hartford and the first man to estab lish a muruautllo business at Belly s PrecinctAbout the yenr 1830 a widow lady from Virginia bought that part of Mr Huffs farm on the southeast side of n xiuull stream which Is tributary of Ailmns Fork creek This Isdy was MM Nancy Yateswldow of Lieutenant Itoiitien C Yates wh tiled In tfie UiJtcd States Army nea City Point Va during tilt war of 1811 Mrs YatWi family at that tints confeHtttil of her son Win H Yak nod n number of slaves Sin said chic Was u native Virginian that her nmliluii name wits Yates and It the aw of twelve year mho hail married her cousln Reuben C Yates and that Mm was but thirteen years older then her WIn She further said that her huslMml was a lieutenant it time army sod died thorn when her IOn was a UUJu child and produced letters from John Tompkins and other army officers corroborating this statement and exhibiting some of her husbamiM wrmy effects one e thorn being his portrait painted while he wuu in tho army and an other being copy of Cushlngs Tactics at that time being the dis cipline of the United States army She also reeolvod letters from Ann Washington mud other prominent Virginia ladle showing she was of a highclass Virginia people In the full t ISO I called to see Mrs Yatea I told her that my grandfather wn l iwldler In Washing tons ContlmtitHl army and an officer In the War of J812 and that I hind called to sera her as the widow of my I grandfather oonirado officer Mrs Yatrw was feebly ncllnlng on her bed lIo41ot III that time she was suffering fro j wncer of the breast which soon trwialnated In death She was cheerful ud very courteous to mo and npjiearM to ho greatly inter ested in jar er dfatber8 services in tho army Iii they had been told to me After I Lad addressed her for some time clle made some remarks about her hviMids services In the army and flu eke attachment his men had for Win She handed a bunch of keysi n servant ajjd order ed her to Wise some small portraits from a burwi Aawer On tho return of the FerTiut Mrs Yates nxhlultcd sonic old lire deguerreotype tar traits of tie Ttles family Ono of these portrait was taken front a French palutle of her husband After tho ifcarffc of Mrs Yates I copied the LlMtenaut Yates portrait ToYiByallltary drawing book sand at thls time I think it la tie only one that Is In existence The original one and other relics bt the Yates family- were destroyed when the Yatee homestead was burned some years agoMany prominent persons called to see Mrs Yates and among the presents sent to her was the hand corn mlll brought to Hartford by Hon Ellsna M Ford on his return fropl the legislature in 1845 and the ba ance wheel of this mill was at the Yates farm a few years ago Mrs Yates died November 9 1869 and her son William preceded her June 30 1864 Some years before Mrs Yates died she selected a burial places the farm near her home and her remains and those of her son now ofIa large oak treoTho Hancock Clar Ion EDWIN FORBES Id Rather Die Doctor Than have my feet cut off said M L Bingham of Prlncevllle Illbu youll die from gangrene which had dontrusedeBucklens Arnica Salvo till wholly cured Its cures of EczcmaFover sores Dolls Burns and Plies astound the world Ii3c at all druggists m Halleys Comet Next Spring tIf you live until next spring you are going to witness one of tho most magnlflcnet sights the heavens have 1ever disclosed before our eyes said a wellknown member of the nstrono mical force at the United States Navi Observatory Halleys comet comes only once In a lifetime and many persons are born live and dlo with out catching a glimpse of its marvel ous dash of fire across the skies 1 t was last seen In 1835 and few persons now living can say they ever wit nessed it The astronomical world Is now on the watch nnd huge refracting and reflecting telescopes are trained up on the heavens from many points on tho earth In a common effect to lo cate the comet which Is approaching the earth at a terrific rate There II a friendly rivalry to see which will be the first to see the comet with their mirrors The comet In Its full refulgence Is not due until 1910 but by spring It will probably be near enough to be visible by naked eye In tho past almostffront the horizon to horizon covering as much as 100 degrees of celostla territory and standing out like a grant living thing cf fire It Is now somewhere off in space but not yet visible to astronomers They confi dently expect some one to look i t up before tho end of 1009 and after and size until It reaches Its nearest nextaspring after which It will dlssappoar not to be scan again In 75 years 1Valleys comet has been visiting shncorTiOO or GOO years before Christ hall- ey was an Englishman whose name WitS given to the comet because he was the first to announce that this particular comet came imar the earth at regular periods onto every 75 years lie went over the records and bj a series of computations found that what hULl previously been regarded its a series of different comets was noth ling more than the samo comet and that this tho most magnificent of all came around regularly every 75 years That wan during till latter part of tho eighteenth century und Halley an flounced that this comet would next tofsee It come but his successors round that his prediction came true The comet will first be picked up somewhere oft In space by some phot graphic telescope Wo think we kno Just about where tho comet will make Its debut but cant yet see It Tho moment It Is found the news will be flashed around the world There will be no trouble seeing It with time naked eye It will Illuminate the heavens We have Borne early a golden dragon of the heavens It will make a tremendous splash of flro Alter It conies and goes It will shoot farIof the planets passing all of tho other planets enroute Including Uran us Saturn Jupiter and Mars We have calculated that Halleys com et Is now within tho orbit of Jupit er and Is rushing toward the orbit of earth at the rate of 1000000 miles a day As a faint nebulus object In the constellation Orion it will no doubt be picked up In a few weeks Celestial photography has It already located In limited space beyond the vision of tho most delicate telescope research As the comet enters in the orbit of our solar system it will grow brighter every day until it becomes visible to the naked eye the must spectacular object in nearly 100 years There will bo no danger of a collis ion with the earth When closest it will be about 20000000 miles away It should be brightest about next May ORAL AG44I MENT TO DAY I Before Court of Appeals on The Farrish Case The Attorneys Confident That They Will Secure A New Trial For New Clients The court of appeals has set Octo ber 8th as the day for the hearing of oral argument in the case of James H Parrish appealed from the Han cock circuit court It Is understood that two of Mr Parrlshs Owensboro attorneys and one of the Hawesvlll attorneys will appear before the court on that day in behalf of their client for whom they feel confident they will obtain a new trial They are to go to Frankfort thoroughly prepared with many and varied arguments on tongue and In two of the best brlefslt Is claimed that were ever sent up from Owens boroOne of tho briefs contains twenty seven pages and relates to alleged errors made by the court in the ad mission of evidence and the other contains fiftysix pages and relates to tho insufficiency of evidence and to errors In the Instructions One of the vital points in the In structions that is attacked with vigor Is that which defined the Insolvency ofn bank as when in the regular course of trade It can not meet its obligations It will be contended that this definition once held good In civil or bankrupt cases but that It has been completely changed by the bankrupt law of 1898 and that It does not now hold good in either civil or criminal cases but that tho present legal definition of Insolvency Is when the aggregate of ones prop erty shall not at a fair valuatIonbe adequate to pay his debts Another alleged error in the trial according to the brief was the per mitting the prosecution to prove other deposits than tho Martin deposit on which the Indictment was founded It Is charged that others were lugged into the case merely to create sympathy for the losing de positors and prejudice against the de fendant greattstress Is placed Is the knowledge on the part of James H Parrtah of the Insolvency of tho bank at time time of his receiving the Martin deposit A few cases are cited to show that In tho opinion of the counsel for the de fense Mr ParrIsh did not know of the Insolvency In any way that would Incriminate him No Kentucky case Is quoted as there never hits been n case of the kind in the Kentucky Court of Appeals and because of this the case Is of most unique In terest and Its progress In tho higher court will be watched with tho most intense Interest Deafness Cannot Be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of tho ear There Is aniono way to euro deafness and that Is by constitution al remedies Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the 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 tho result and unless the luflamn tlon can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condltlonhear Ing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarr which Is nothing bu tan Inflamed con dltion of tho mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for clrcularsfree F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for Constipation m For Sale Cheap Good grist mill consisting of ten horse power portable engine 18 Inch French rold vcrtlclo burhs and em- ory stone 300 cash takes the outfit 1lt4 J W Cheek Askln Ky fake MENDENHALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as- a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria a i Kitten Training About ten years ago Prof Thorndike- of Columbia University undertook to study the Initiative tendencies of certain animals bythe oxperlmeptal method In one of his experhriebUJ- he sought to determine whether the i sppetltdassoues rata tQto live IlEtee Is instinctive or acquired For the experiment he employed a motherekt Arid her three kittens fire months old When placed to a cage with a large blackpiouse the ftrstldtten cautiously smelted pf tt Then as the mouse ran away the kitten ran after It and struck at It with her pill At the end of an hour the mouse was removed from the cage uninjured Similarly each of the other kittens was left In- the cage for an hour with the same mouse They played with It much as they ordinarily played with objects which moved when touched but they made no efforts to Injure It Thus In this Initial experiment not one of the three kittens gave any evidence of an Instinctive tendency to catch kill and cat mice I Six weeks later each of the kittens was again placed In the cage with a mouse for from fifteen to twenty min utes In some cases the play was a little rougher and more vigorous than previously but the mouse was not killed This result Is the more Inter estlng In view of the tact that the kittens had not been fed for at least twentyfour hours before the exper imentAt point tuition was Introduced I She doesnt Worryll a C00kUI I The Mothers Oats I i by gtVlB r each kitten ant opbrtmnltr to learn to kill and eat mice br watch- Ing the old cat do so This was done rather to discover whether the kittens would Imitate than to teach thea what every cat la supposed to be able to do without tuition Alter the kit ten had been In the cage with a merely play mouse for a fewmnutoc ingtbe old cat was put Into the cage She Immedately killed and ate the mouse while the kitten looked on As soon as the mother had finished eating the mouse she was taken from the cage and another mouse was put In with the kitten She played with It as she had with the other with out giving evidence of the Influence of what she had Just seen After a few minutes the mother was returned to the box and the mouse quickly met Its fate This time tho kitten was permitted by the mother to take the dead body but she made no attempt to eat it until the mother had exposed the flesh for her She then ate It at once Century Magazine CHILL for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed I Free is doing her work And much better than she could do it Suppose she falls asleep When her husband comes home and wakens her all she will have to do is to go to the Fireless Cooker and take outI the perfectly cookedand steaming hot dinner I that will be all ready Nothing thats put in the Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker can burn or boilover It cooks everything and several things at once foodOtherREGULAR AND FAMILY SIZES whichare not like others oats They re not only rolled I to make easy cooking but are crushed to make easy digestion Easy work for the co k andeaSY work for the stomach Ifou are a user of MOTHERS CEREALS Mothers Oats Mothers Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of the wheat Mothers Hominy Grits Mothers Corn Flakes toasted Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Oatmeal Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Flour you can get a Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker free with coupons Ask your grocer I I THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATINO MORE OATAWAL MILLS THAN ANY OTIIER ONE CONCERN AKRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS OF- QUALITY AND BEAUTY Unquestioned durability and MENDENHALLS TONICB- est Fireless Cooker SILVER ideals in plated wareare assured IignIand mark fancy serving pieces bearing inII II I847ROGERS BROS xsIII There are various makes of silverplated tableware likenUimitationsidentified with theoriginal and genuine l847BOfiEBSlBOS knownapSilverPlatethaWearsSold forIcatalogue CIT showing all designs I MEMDEN WITANNIA CONfE1TraA Kaw000 IerWCe t ReaPESta For SzJe- p 1 72 acres of Rough liver bottoms one half In high state ot cultivation rest well timbered with White oak Beech Gum Mapel 44 Tnllea west of Hartford ton public road Good dwelling and out bulldlngSr A nwe house and lot situated in old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot Htor145 feet house four room cote tage a good nwe barn Desirable IqIcation 182 acres of upland known OB the Perry Kirk tarn located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres in splendid etato of cultivation 82 acres timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out bul dings torts of good water FOR SALE OR TRADE Dwelling and store house one acre Of lot good out buildings at email mining town In Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition In bulnessa For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dweLlingI and out building orchard Plenty of water 40 acres in timber balance in good state of cultivation A tract of land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public road one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs I containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres in cultivation splendid dwel lUng barn and out building A good and other conveniences atten I ding a well kept farms A tract of land on Hays Creek one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres in DO toms two barns and dwelling well kept and In good condition We dont own the property We are only agents for the owners and our purpose is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service wo charge one small commission No charge if no sale Is effected List your property with us or if you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known l OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY t 4rey MeCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for style perfect fit sImplicity and nearlyI I McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers than other fashion magazine million a month Invaluable Lat est styles patterns dressmaking millinery sew ng fancy etiquette etc Only CO cents a patternSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize offers Address THE McCALL CO 81 tll21S W 3U 51 NEW YORK Bardyvell Barnard UUEEDERS OF DUROC JERSEY SWINE You can buy in your own county animals infdividuafityand to any in the worfd Visit orwrite them at McHen ry Ky 60 YEARSII ptCOPYA I mar9erklIpaaleassent teen cniest aheJtorr uJIteuUIteut Cases Asa olnotkewlthoRleharretnteclt11HrkJk Tarwutotaeuiatkdvnranf M newrdeataritlJnca t rBL Ioa J z 4ForItiS KM Yow HVI Alwayi lHht Dears the- irignattue nof Ii i- iiiIii i 1 Nl r mA UMft A tlt1r1VitlHtlt If It r Y WH liJtI in A NIft PIANO ABSOLUTELY To the Holder of the Lucky Coupon January 10 1910 With each and every dollars worth of goods bought at our store before Jan 10 1910 we will give absolutely free a numbered coupon which will entitle the holder to a chance at the fine 250 mahogany Straus Piano now in our store open for inspection and trial by anyone at any time Remember a coupon free with every dollarsIworth of good Cash or Produce Drawing takes place at 300 p m on Monday Jan 10 1910 No sldered If not in our store at that tIme IWe have just received and have now on display our new Fall Stocks and are showing everything new and up= tosdate it Dress Goods Shoes Hats Furnishings Clothing etc and invite you most cordially to come in at any time and look them over Here you will find all the new shades shapes patterns and novelties demanded by the smart pressers all at prices that will surprise you 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 IandyouI IDonta the Piano free with each 1 worth of goods A P TAYLOR SONt BEAVER DAM rMAwMIMrw+ rMirM w+ AArAAftM VtWuiJfJu1MJ aM NJwrJlAITIJTU1u NlIWlm jinrJU1JiMIOJ wY 1IOllTJJ1 RAISING FOREST FOR- RAILROAD lIES Penn CompanY Is Growing Trees 4 hBy the Million For Future Timber Supply More than a million trees have been planted by the Pennsylvanl Railroad company this season mak Ing a total of 3400000 trees plant ed by this corporation In the last three years to provide for the future demand for Umber and cross ties k VThfs work constitutes the most extensive forestry plan undertaken by n private corporation In line with the American Civic Associations cam pain for the conservation of the timber supply No better evidence can be given of the parcUcal value from the utilitarian vlewpolntof thti efforts of the American Civic association for a- more beautiful America And while he Pennsylvlnla Railroad company tTorestry operations arc a private en terprise the policy of the company Is to encourage public reforestation Upward of 151000 trees have been supplied virtually at coati during the present season to other corporations and private Individuals In addition 8000 privet were distributed among individuals In a general way the conservative lumbering and the forest planting by the company are serving as object lessons for the farmers and others interested In the cultivation of the land Dy way of experiment the com panys first forestry Operatwns were to wood lots and farm lands bjtween Philadelphia and Alcona These tracts were planted malgly in locust tree In its work In thy present season 65000 trees were set put fear Metuchen and NeW Brunswick few Jersey Of all the trees planted thlll year 983000 were red oaknnd 4OOO pine oak There were planted 10000 hardy catalpa 5Oool larch 3000 chestnut 3000 yellowpoplar O black walnut and 1000 white ptde x r l yToje lllate Its forestry work the Ptnnsll anlacompany establlshc n f nlt serrnearI P t3unta year place wasselegttdbecause of the favorable f1 conditions and itncccssibIlIty ty i t yr It consists of thirteen acres of a seven yacre farm all of which Is suit able for the extension of the nursery As the soil had been worked out It was necessary to develop the fertility During the present season the lIorrlsvllle nursery supplied 1250 000 trees and plants As soon as the trees had been removed the acre was ploughed fertilized and replanted with acorns Halt a million coniferous seedlings which were grown in 1908 were transplanted and will be nextaIftason From the lOD pounds of pine and spruce seeds It Is expected to produce a million new plants It Is the Idea ot the officers ot the railroad company that In the event no substitute for the wood cross tIe shall be found tp the next quarter century the corporations will have available an enormous supply of timber As a means of economizing to time consumption of lumber the company has decided to treat cross ties with lirolongingwas prompted by the Increasing scarcity of timber and a thorough Inquiry Into the conditions of the tine her supply of the country A creosoting plant has been established In Mount Uttlon Pa and this Is equipped to treat 500000 ties a year It Is expected that the creosoting will Increase the life of cross ties two and three fold fhe Peunsyl- vania Railroad companys demands arc 3600000 to 4000000 ties year ly forrenewals and new work Tu- sUPI11 these and other lumber need ed the timber Is striped from 50 000 acres yearly By preventing the timber from rotting tt Is hoped to reduce the cutting to 25000 acres Yearly I Words to Freeze The Soul Your son has Consumption His case Is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Goog E Dlevens- n leading merchant of Springfield N C by two expert doctorsone a lung speclallst Then wits hovn the wonderful power of pro Kings New Dle covcry After three weeks use writes Mr Btevels Ie was as well as oyot I would not take all themon- cy intheworld for tltdid for my boy Infallible for Coughs and ColaIts the safest surest cure c f dcser1o Lpnfa diseases oil earth cII and Ooat al druggists Olral1 tee sath taition= a bottle tree ut I i- Lr y dlr PREPARING TOt GLEAN EM UP OutState Republicans Confident of making Gains in No vember The Loulsvlllo Evening Post says Reports being received at the permanent Republican headquarters In this city from over the State are to the effect that the liveliest Inter est Is being manifested ten the cam paign of Mayor Grinstead for reelection Bets are being made over Ken fucky that Grinstead will win by a majority of at least 5000 The magnificent fight being made In Louisville and the harmony which prevails In the Republican ranks are acting as an Inspiration to outStateRepubI- Icans In many counties which have heretofore been considered In the Democratic column It is believed that the Republicans will win easily A caller at the Republican head quarters told Secretary Alvis Bennett that those out In time State among the Republican leaders want to keep company with Louisville The vicious campaign being made by Louisville Democrats to whom mlsrellresenta tlon and personal assaults are daily weapons are opening the eyes of thousands f Democratic cltlzens who want good government to contlnuenot only In the metropolis but to all tile counties of Kentucky Realizing that the capture of Louisville by the Whal pen ticket would mean an onslaught on the State with such men as the new Democratic Moses In conrtol the ollHhie Democrats of the rural districts are saying that they want none of such company As n result It Is being predicted that the next Senate will be Republican by n goodmajorlty with the house probably of the same polltlcal complexion In Hart Dreckenrldge Washington Greene Darren Warren Logan Todd and other countles the ooildltlons are favorable to Republican success The new State Campait- Cpmmittee consisting of Judge H Clay Howard Dr R W Black and JQhn P Haswell Jr Is doing yeoman service in the cause of the variti s- ctiunty tickets Ind announces that material gains arc cx tel Int11o coning election JudgeIioward states that never In the hlstorN Otthlldy r Wraps and Coat wits IOur line of Ladies Coat Suits and Ladies Misses and Childrens Wraps you buy without seeing our line Ask for Mrs Taylor or Miss Hamthey will gladly show KY 1In Kentucky has It been In such ex cellent shape as now The harmony which exists In Louisville among the leaders Judge Howard thinks Is due to a great extent to the good feeling which prevails In the outer counties Special credit Is given Secretary Alvis Bennett of the State Central and Campaign Committees os he has by hard work gotten the affairs of the party so well shaped up that It Is possible to start a campaign In any county out In the State within ten days This Is a condition nev er before known to Kentucky HellUb- IIcans a SSUp Boforo The Bar N II Drown an attorney of Pitts field Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years and find then such n good family ntediciuo we woullLnt be without that Fur Chills Constipation Bllllousness or Sick Headache they work wgnulers 25c at all druggists m Courtesy and Kindness We aro a greet race We have President Tatts Trillute to Southern accomplished wonders In hammering out against odds that seamed insurmountable the prlnclples of civil lib erty ntlll popular government and making them practical nod showing to the worM their special benefits But In 10 dolllg and In thin course of our life It seems that wo hoIgnored some things that our fellows of Southern climes have studied and made much of and that Is the forms of speech and the method or everyday treatment between themselves and others The truth Is that a mans lire In his family with his wire his clnll dren his mother with his neighbors Is not nnade up of grandstand plays and defiance of time elementp and nil that sort of tiling It Is made up of a series of little acts and those little acts and little eslfrestralnts are what go to make up the mans character So I say that our friends of South ern cllllles have touched IL point In philosophy tlne phllolluphyof lifo that we may learn from them of more courtesy aid more polltenollll more real genuine desIre to make everybody happy by the little things of life which after all constitute nearly all there is In lifo Chlldron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA- I LAW PRACTICE WILL OF PEOPLE John W Kern Refers to His Numerous DefeatsJury Had A Laugh w IF wIKernGovernor of Indiana once IJcmocrat Ic candidate for Vice President and again candidate for the United States Senate to succeed Senator llennen way leas been engaged In n damage suit In the Martinsville Circuit Court hitLtohe took advantage of time ollllortunl1 to explain why he is tltlll practlc- i lug law amid the umllslng feature of his oxplanntlon was In time fact that I Homer L McGinnis elllocrntic Rep rl8entntlve In the State Legislature KIrnsIj was one of the opposing counsel against Kern I ten his openlmig remarks Mr Kern said In 1IOO the question as to- i whether I should rSllltlnuc to practice law was submitted to the plollle of Indiana and by a largo majority they decided that I should still practice law In 1901 time saumo question was again submitted to them lid by a 1 majority so largo that they havnet stopped counting yet the people again said I should continue to practice law But nut quite satisfied iu lUOS the question as to whether 1 should go to Washington or lOntinue In my profession was again submitted uIIII again they said I should stay with my practice nail you people ten Morgan county had a voice ten that decision Everybody In the courtroom enjoyed McGinInot seem to appall to hum all tunny But others appreciated the drift of Mr Kerns talk before he cane to that part referring to Morgan county and the smiles grow broader and some of the Jurnnen laughed hear tIIy SWept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often lmapl12ms 1lIefeaIthe rivers warnlnghI11WllIg rlllllle tumid faster currentNnturop wnrnht8 are kind That dull pain or ache in the back warns you the Kldnels need attention it you would tSenpe fatal umalndiesDropsyDlabetes am Bright disease Take Electric HItters a1- once and See Backache fly and lal you sufIback one 1o0 bottle wholly cured ofIglsts m COME AND GO WITH US ON A GRAND FR- EEMEDITERRANEAN TOUR I I We are going to sand twenty young women be- tweenI the ages orlG and 50 white of good char actor on a two months tour to the Mediterranean ihoAzores Madoira Gibraltar Morocco Southern I France and ItalyTe will pay all expenses of ev 1eJ kind for a thorough enjoyable trip ITe Tour Will Be Personally Conducted IouI H gJ II rrpppprpppppppppprprjpppI 41 tti te 1f I r i f J T i TOO BUSY TO SAY MUCH SO COMElI- NS AND SEE U5yi Our brisk trade the opening and unpacking of new goods leaves us very little time to prepare anything in the way of advertising In con IIeluding for the present will say that we will be unflagging in our continued efforts to increase and carry a full line of Merchandise that will tiC meet the approval of the very fashionable as well as suit the needs of the most economical household I yt IRIOSENI3LATTS3t-i I THE STORE THAT SATISFIESIi aiii 444aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarHeU tioru tiepubllcannn- tred according to law at the loetotao- eIraritordKi se man mutter of the second eiaaa C M BARNETT EDITOR Tsx= PRot S- Cuznb 1ncS403I-ouh n1v z FRIDAY OCTOBER 8 REPUBLICAN TICKET For RepresentatlveW S Dean For Circuit ClerkE G Barnes For County JudgeR R VVcdding- I For County ClerkW S Tinsley For County AttorneyC E Smith For SherlUT H Black For AssessorBernard FfJ1txI For School Supthenry Leach For JallerW P Mldklft For SurveyorC S Moxley For CoronerDan W King i FOR MAGISTRATE Hartford DlstrlctB S Chamber lint Beaver Dam DIstrlcto E Scott I Rockport DlstrlotJohn H Miles 4 Oentertown DlstTlctJ C Jack BOO 6 Rosine DlstrlctM C Cook G Sulphur Springs DlsteictJ M- G1bam 7 Fordsvllle DlstTlctC V Miles 8 Bartlett DistrictNo nominee Rcpuhllcans should organize in ev ery precinct In Ohio County for the coming November election The campaign liar Is abroad In the land again hut as usual his tootles are not winning any votes Jt Lays to be fair und honest In polillcs these days The Louisville dallly Impers are again being iniposed upon lIy exaggerated accounts or night riding This Is no doubt done In the Interest OJr the tobacco trust No better ticket was ever present ed to the people or Ohio county than the one which wIll nppear under the log cabin this year and tt deserves and should receive the snpIort or every RepublIcan voter President Tnft talks more lIke a protectionist since ho has been on its trip than he dill while the special session or Congress was In session We are very much In hopes that he has learned that tree trade In raw materials Is not a good thing for his country a There Is every Indication or a sweeping Republican victory In the city or Louisville at the coming election In November The Whalen can ldates finding themselves absolutely without argument to sustain their i claim to the city offices have resort ed to the old cry or nigger domi nation and are seeking to hoodwink the voters or Louisville Into placing t In power a set or Jrlarters und ballot box stuffers who have long since been discredited and turned out or power by the llooille or that city Surely that will tiot be deceived Into placing tho city government In the hands or this clement ot the Demooratc party who In reality are not Denn- crats but are merely nnasquesadlrg t it r I under that banner for the time be Ing Much as we deplore lawlessness and aU forms or mob violence these conditions cannot be cured by re sort to like lawlessness and mob vio lence The Invitation upon the part or those high in authority to citizens to to take the law Into their own hands Is bad advice The only way to vindicate the law Is to Inrorce it to the letter wltlbut favoritism It citizens are to be the judges or the guilt or innocence or those who are merely accused or a crlmewe had as well do away with our courthousescourts and prose cuting officers An appeal to law lessness has never cured unlawful con duct upon the part or citizens In any age or the worlds history and will not succeed In Kentucky SOUTH IS REPUBLICAN During the course of a lengthy ed torlal on Bryan and Bailey the Louisville Times acknowledges that for revenue for many yearsthat It has Willie It has been voting for a tarift revenue for many years that It bas- In reality been voting against Its sentiments It not against Its own Interests It says that the extra session or Congress has changed the blast condition or the Democratic par ty and that Democratic doctrine Is one thing and what the South believes to be Its material Interest quite another WIth the exception or Ken tucky there Is not n Southern State whose delegation was not In whole or part In favor or some one or more protectivo measures To aU lntenU and purposes Louisiana proved itself Republican Florida hut little better and North Carolina Alabama Georgia and even Virginia developed strong tendencIes In that direction The truth or the matter Is that the last thing the South wants Is the kind or tariff It has been crying for In na tional Democratic platforms Louis lana wants protection primarily for sugar Texas and the southwest for hides Alabama for Iron ore Virginia and Carolina for timber South Caro lina for tea and the rest for sonic product In which their people have nn Interest WIth Increasing prosperity the Souths desire for the protection or those products and Indus tries has Increased Ir llryanoS plan Is an admirable exposItion or what hRS been the Democratic partys nb- stroct positiOn on the tariff Sen ator Baileys opposition to that plank Is an excellent Indication that the Senator knows the Souths actual bo sWan on the tariff Bryan Is right In theory Senator Halley Is not dealing with theory but with facts The net result will be that between Dryans theory and Baileys facts the JtelJUbllcans will come llOwerrul close to electing the next house With the South protectionist the fiction that the Democratic party stands for a revenue tariff is a trifle bard to maintain This from the LouisvIlle Times shows the present condition or poli tics In this country There is hQnnd to come an upsettipg or political tines In the next few years that wIll com pletely change the political map or the United States This has been OUT prediction for months and we do not believe we have fulled to read the signs or the times aright The South cannot longer be forced to vote against her convictIon and against her interest through tine negro question Her interests are represented by the Republican party and that she wIll eventually cast her voto with that party Is as certain as the wheels or- I time roll onj HORRIBLE DEATH OF GUY SHAVER Little Fellow Dragged by Fright ened Cow with Halter Rope While taking a cow to pasture early last Sunday morning on the home place littlE Guy Sharer the six yearold son or Mr Will Sharer who lives tour miles east or Hartford was dragged to denih by the scared brute It had bee the custom or the little fellow to take the cow to pasture each morning and in company wIth little Fred und Phil May sons or Mr und Mrs Frank May who were visiting the Sharer family ho started out on his regular errand i In a playful manner and for the fun or the thing he took the loose end of the rope with which he was leading the cow and tied it around his waist The boys hadnt proceeded very tar before the cowelther became fright ened or wanted to hurry to the pasture and began to run Of course the little fellow was helpless and started to keep pace with her Little Fred May saw the danger of his comrade and bravely grabbing the rope and tried to stop the onrushing cow He was quickly thrown too the ground however us was also the little SharerI boy and the cow started at I rapid pare with her captive I The cow ran a few hundred yards and attempted to cross Muddy creek j near by In this she was successful but the body or the little buy became entanglEd In some roots and shrubbery on the banks or the creek and she could go no further One of the little May boys ran to the Sharer home and gave the alarm Mr Sharer came running und round h little son almost entirely sultnierged In the creek only a portion of hit coat protruding from the water lie grabbed the little form In his arms and quickly made his way to the jtise where n doctor was summoned It was round that the little fellow was already dead and the physlcian stated thtit death mast have resulted beforebo struck the water as his skull was crushed but there was noblood visi ble The tragic event has cast a gloom over the community The funeral oc curred at Central Grove at 10 oclock yesterday morning SMALLHOUS T R Darnard wife and children Mary und Ethel Hartford Ky wore guests of Mr and Mrs Oppie Klltln geer Sunday Mr and Mrs James Bennett and Mr Jake Darnaril went to Mildisonvllle Friday to atttnd the burial or their brotherInlaw Mr Jas NlchoJls who died suddenly at hula home In Madl = sonville Friday p m Mr and Mrs Seth Hunter were guests of Mr und Mrs P L Wood Certtlvo Ky Friday Mrs Brown wife or the bridge watchman while out driving Sunday evening had the misfortune to turn the buggy over and her wrist was brokenMrs Mary Barnard who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Crumbeektt ot Central City will return mme soon Mr Jake Barnnrd has had nrnice- ntonutneut placid nt the grave or- his father M G W Barnardr Mrs M P Maddox returned nJll1c I herInlece h accompanied home by Mr Jim Hendrix Jr who was a visitor to our Sunday School Sunday Mrs Ida Richardson wire or Arter Richardson Central City died at her home Thursday Sept 30 and her re mains were brought to Smallhous and laid to rest 1r the Aunt Nellles bu rying ground Friday Oct 1st Mrs Panic Pierce Poseyvl1le Ind Is the guest of her mother Mrs Ida Ulda Matthews who has been quite sickMr and Mrs Erskine Fulkerson went to Central City Saturday and returned Sunday They were gUlct of Mr and Mrs T LWithrow Mr Toni Godsey Is on the sick list Mr and Mrs T R Barnard and lltr tie Misses Mary and Ethel Darnard- werc visitors atSmallhous Sunday School Sunday evening Mr Will Balls was In Beaver Dam recently Last Call For Taxes This Is the last notice before the extra Cst will be added You have been very kind to me during my term of office and I certainly appreciate It and shall ever remember you fed all your kindnesses and os this Is my last year In office for this term and I am compelled to wind up my business very soon It you have not n tttx re celpt see one or my deputies or call at my office and get one and let us re main good friends Hope the people wIll appreclatCi the kindness which I have tried to show them during my term or office My office will be open six days in ev ery week so dont fall to get YOur tax receipt at onceIR B Sheriff MARTINI BEAVER DAM Oct IiMesdames C C Justus and J E Williams spent last Saturday In Louisville shopping I Misses Lillian Dlr and Sophie Wil liams spent last Saturday and Sun day at their homes in Beaver Dam Miss Lillian MonroeWilliams Mines spent last Saturday with her broth er Harry Monroe or this Iace The Majestic man was hero nil last week demonstrating the cooking qualities of his stove i Mr and Mrs Harry Monroe and tam fly returned last Thursday tram Luu- Isvlhle where they had been spend Ing a few days Mr and lrsE P Dames Central City are In town this week Malcolm Barnes little son or J JI Barnes has been very slclt from tonsolltls but Is better now Miss Lizzie Stevens Rockportvls ited her Parents here last Sunday afternoon Mr J C RHey Hartford was In town one day last week lIrs R D Bennett and Miss Mar tine Dennett Hartford vlslted relatives here last Sunday School Is progressing nicely and great interest 7s being taken in all all departments Excelent work is being done In theMuslc department upier the direction or Miss Katherine Thompson or Frankfort The Junior Choral Club meets every Saturday afternoon the Seniors meet Satur day evening JC Taylor who has been tuck for several daysls able to he out again 1 Notice to Hog Raisers The A S or E Stock CommIttee cai- plilce two or three carloads lit stock hogs welghngirom 90 to 100 pounds It dellvered Jmmedlattly The committee J 1 J Among the Lodges Most or the secret orders of Hart ford are taking on new lire since the cool weather began S Hartford LOdge No 6W F A M held n lively business session Monday evening No degree work wa put on but there will be work In the first and second degrees ntthe next meeting All members are urged to 4 attend- S Rough River Lodge No 110 K or P held a splendid session Tuesday evening and during Which a good deal or the old vim and vigor was displayed The first rank was given to one candidate At the regular meeting next Tuesday evning the second and third ran Cs will be conferred and a luncheon will besorved The follow InIWalker and S T Barnett The Grand Lodge Knights of Pythlas Is in ses sion at Winchester this week and the Representatives from Rough River Knights J H Williams J D WIlson and S T Barnett left Monday to be preesent at the meeting The follow lag resolutions were reported and unanimously adopted by the lodge Castle Hall Rough River Lodge No- 110 K or P Hartford Ky Whereas It has just become known to the officers and members or Rough River lodge No 110 K or P that death has entered the home or one or our Pythian Knights and taken thererrom a boys best friend his mother in the person or Mrs Aman ourideath occurred at her home On Tues day night September 28th 1909 Whereas The heart or Knight Dar nett and the hearts or his loved ones are bowed In grief at this sad visitation or the dark winged angel Therefore be It Resolved That we the officers and members of Rough Rivet Lodge No 110 extend to Knight Barnett our sin cere condolence In this his saddest hour or bereavement and that we point him with love and pride to the heritage left by his good mother to him and to mankind and for condolence we commend him to the Grand Chancellor of the Universeup on whose right hand she nowsits Resolved That a copy or these resolutions be furnished brother Bar nett and his family and to eachot the county papers und that the same be spread upon the records ot this lodge and made a part thereorrThis September 30th 1909 JOHN D WILSON JESSE R HOOVER EDWARD W FORD Committee Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your Copt suits skirts jackets cloaks pr wraps also clean your kId gloves afid muffs IAll work guaranteed Prlegs mason able lJartord Pressing blab Photography w Jt Isnt necessary for you to go to the city It you want something swell In Photography You can get It here In Hartford I gttacantee my work costing 600 per doze and up to be equal In artistic styliand finish to pictures for which Aou pay almost twice that price In cities I make good pictures tor L per dozen and up To the Hartford people It you want Post Cards of your residence J will make them rroml now untIl October 16th at 100 per fpeciallyYours truly EMORY SCHROETER It gyVeet 11114 fHouse Furnishings iutllis section of the country and are continually adding to our stock the latest and most uptodate necessities for the comfort of the home which is the most sacred spot on earth IWe make a specialty of Sewing Machines Druggets Carpets Matting Linoleum Davenports Side SuitcsOddI09CartsSuit Cases China and Glasswaro Tinwar HnamC1 a ItockersChairs0 firstdass Furniture Stors r i CoIIL uI111j4 I 1 I r t c PAS- i i Nwt flAT RESOLVED l DeNT HAVE Too MUCH ON YOUR MIND AlONE THE THE BEST THING You CA I NAVEON YouR tYouTHING TNEYSE IS YOUR HEAD BUST RoWN a I AReminder 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 word ofsome t r sone else but come and see for yourself We will be pleased to show you not only Millinery but a splendid line of Ladies Skirts Waists Tailored Suits etc t aa Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 8 IIIInolsCentral Railroad Tlm e Table 10 1AtBeaver Dam Ky Nrlhfonnd Nonlhlsonnd- No182 doe 1iOb a m No121 dulIJ1 alII- HoUdueUl8p m No tat due 248 pm ol02dae24Spm No lit due 815 p- D m ENTISTRY Drs Hardin hell have opened a brand new Dentelaiflce over the Re publican office in Hartford All tbe latest methods In dentlstlyWe make teeth without the use of the plate We use the highest grade of mater Ml and furnish theblgbest class o work We guarantee all of out work Call and see us- ConsultationI and T1xamInatlaaFre Phone 218 Mr L C Leach nearBeaver Dam wad n visitor Monday Bring me your eggs 20c per dozen NOAH WHITE Sev4nteen pounds bestGCanulat Sugar 100 NOAII WHITE Mr Frank ifa ROsine JI1 us a pleasant call while Intown Wed nesday- b I Q Mr Estt11 Park Is out again att- a r dew days illness of acute indf- gesttoat I Mr FoglebllS entere4 Kst yard University law departmentCam ridge MISS r The Iiuttord PressingClub cleans and presseS both ladles and gents gearing apparel Mesars Levi pad D F Burden of Taylor lInes and Mr S T Williams Rob Roy were a song our callers yestredaY AlessrSnJ Darnard Jas Black Redman Black and Marion steller of the East Beaver Dam neighborhood J Ft Johnston Sulphur Bpriogs and F p Barnard of the East Hartford- nelghboorhood were amouns our call i I crs Monday I r I Robert Duff Dundee Ky called to see us while hero Monday Mr Crlt Martin Beaver Dam paid us a pleasant call while in town Monday Irs Alztna Rogers and little daugb ter Ruth Quincy Ill visited rel atives In Hartford yesterday MIss WinnIe Mauzy Is quite Ul of IJarIrcote and Mrs W 1h MIUlZY Esq W S Dean n S ChlUllberlln Herbert Render and J H MJlescall ed to see us while fn town Tuesday Master Larkin Griffin Is IB of ty phold fever at the home of his par ents Mr and Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Mr S T Wtlllams Beaver Dam R F D No 3 paId our office a pleAsant call yesterday while In town MrsM M Bardwell of Wmlams Mines who has been the guest of Mrs B E Lee Slmmermnn has returned to her Noma Elder M G Bucknerot OwensborQ will begin a two weeks meeting at the Christian Church In HartfordOc tober 23 EverYbody invited loealtton Ohio where she will he the SimmseMr and Mrs John T Moore are In Louisville this week where MriMoore Is In attendance at the Bankers Association Mrs Jessie Frier and children of Shnwneetown ilLI are visIting herI sisters Mrs J R Pirtle and Mrs edfRegular services will be held at the Hartford Baptist church nett SUlday Subject for morning servIce Why Gods Children are left In thq Wo ldrFar evening service Friendship Mr Zlbe Mauzy and wife of Port I Arthur Texas arrIved in Hartford last week to be the guests of Mr Mauzys parents Mf and Mrs Vml Mauzy for several lays They were accompanied by M7 John May another Hartford boy who with his wife ande family Is the gUest of 111r and Mrs Steve liay his IJareuts The following enterprising citizens op Clay street have contracted wit- h3r Riley for handsome oncrcte pavements In front of their property M a L lIeaverln E P Moore G B Likens and TH Black We understand that other cltizeps along the same street are contemplating making s1fq Is handsome improvement to their p1lp arty I r I I M t Dr Oscar Flener left yesterday for Louisville where M enters DentaJ school tot his last year of Instrpc tlon 2 J Mrs LldlaDennett wife of Rev R D Bennett Is I4 LouisyJ1lethe guest of her daughter Mrs J II Prichard w E Ellisat the Hartford Mill Coa planing mill will pay the high = s est cash prices for eggs and nU kinds of poultry Little Mary Ida WIlliams daughter of Mr C L Williams local agent of the M H E R R is visiting her father this week Miss Mattie Moseley teacher of the primary department Hartford college Is sick with typhoid fever at her home on Clay Street The City CouncIl met In regular sestllon Wednesday evening at the city hall but owing to the absence Jf the Mayor and lack of quorum an adjournment was taken until next Monday evening SALEtakeshy vigorous excellent strains PrIces reasonable withIn reach of all Glad co answer Inquiries Payne Lang ley McHenry Ky Dr J R Pirtle has lately installed water service In his dental parlors tad has added n Clarks double bowl USIJldorwhlch Increases very much Ills ability to serve his patients In a comfortable manner The cuspIdo- rs of the latest and most uptudac design Dr A B Riley hIs just completed and moved Into his handsome new ot ace on Center street opposite the Opera House The office Is a neat one story frame building with two roomS and hall between It Is furnIshed with excellent light and will make one of the most convenient and modern of aces In town Messrs Guy Williams PhiladelphIa Grossle WillIams Chicago HM Esk ridge LouIsville Coleman lIaswtll Godfrey Haswell and Mrs Esk ridge Hardlusbl1rg Fred Aufllelhelde and lIeocker St Louis Mo were among those from a distance who attended the funeral of Mr G B WillIams Tuesday The OhIo County FIscal Court met In regular sessIon t the court how e Tuesday mornIng with all of the Ma- gllrates present and County Judge Taylor presIdIng Some little Lust ness was trunsacted but owIng t the absence of County Attorney E M Woodward who has been ill of typhoid ever for sometime the bear d adjourned to meet thlW second Tues= day in next month when It la hoped Mr Woodward will be able to be pres ent as his advice Js sought by Ule court upon a number of matters which will come up for II hearIng at that time On last Sunday the children o Mrs W H Moore planned a sur- prisebirthday dinner for her Mr Will Moore of LouIsville came down of Saturday and on SUnday morning took his mother for a long drive In the country while other members o the family prepared n feast tit for the gods and when aU tIle arrange ments had been completed the de lighted mother was brought home and given the surprise of her life All mornIng ahe hind been deprecatin the fact that she had not thought of her bIrthday and prepared dlnnor and arranged for the presence of all her chIldren Those present were Mr and Mrs E P Moore and children Mr ant Mrs J T Moore and children Mr and Mrs E W Ford and children and Mr W n Moore A most delightful family reunion wits enjoyed ball It was the seventy second aunt versary of hits Moore At the recent meeting of the Lou Isv111oCooferenoeM1 E Church South Hartford work was divided us we indicated last week Beaver Dam will hereafter have a resident mlnllltel Hartford still has Goshen and will have lit Herman In addItion givIng pastor hem thnee nplwlntmenta Two Sundays will be devoted to Hart and one each to Goshen and l1t Herman The pastor Rev Elgin will preach at Mt Herman next Sunday at11 qelock a m and at Goshen on the Fourth Sunday hereafter T of Rev Elgin to thud work la very satisfactory to his lllople and t le taped that the comlug year will be the most prosperous in the history ottbe church The people and pastor should stand together Ina united effort to bring thee new church enterprise to n successful can and place the Hartford work n good financial cordItton T Kicked by a Horse John F Allen the postmaster and grocerytnan at Olntonwas kicked by hbrtIC while at the homo ot a friend Sunday craning Mr Allen has suffered very greatly from his wounds Dr Felix was called to sco 111n1 lie some buffet ot present but prob- ab1ywill not be able toresume hIs Bathes for se crnl days Yet F +t ti Y CENTRAL GROVE Qt GVht changes a low days can i Scarcely a week ago and UttQ Guy Shaver bright and Intelligent was enjoying childhoods golden hours and making happy the lives of those with whom ho associated but alas On last Sunday morning his sweat young life was cut down like a flower by the band of death In a most horrible way near the home of his paronts Mr and Mrs will Shaver near Beaver Dam Fu neral services were conducted at the Baptist church here the following day by Rev Crane of Nocreekln the 1eone of a largo congregation whoso cup of sorrow was tilled to overflow Ing Many a sympathetic tear was shed for the grief stricken parents school mates and teacher The re mains were laid to rest In Central prove cemetery Mr and Mrs A T McConnell of Green liner neighborhood visited their mother Mrs Margaret Lone who has been dangerously ill for the past few days Saturday mill Sunday Mrs Ella Pnrberry who spent the summer with her slater Mrs D A- IPatk at thIs place und niece Mrs George Drunton nt Williams Mines returned to her home at Loulsllle Thursday Mr T G lhuttre and funnily Mr Willie hacker and family spent Sunday at Mfrs llnrriett Millers near Go shenMr and Mfrs W I Igleheart visited Mfr and Mrs J A llocker East Hart ford Sunday Mr and MrsJ T Rowe attended the burial of Mr Uowcs brotherIn law Mr WillIam Denton at RXkport Monday Mr and Mrs Garrielll Rowe are the proud parents of a baby boy Mrs Sallie MIcICeruan Is sick Little hiss Mrl lietlln Centertown Is visaing her aunt Mrs J W Rowe MIss Rosa Loney Mfrs Rhoda lAm ey And little daughter WillIe Mae visited Mrs J L Stevens Walton Creek Sunday night audMi onday Mr n D Faught and family via ted relatives at WUllams ltinesTues lay nlgLt- Alias Ruth Tlchenor visited In Ceut town Saturday nIght and attended the oyster supper p Death of G B Williams Mr Grass Barrett Williams died at- J his resldelneo In Hartford last Sunda morning at 1130 oeloel utter a lie getlug illness of cancer of the stomach Several months ago when he first became seriously ill It was thought that au uperatlon would relieve his trouble and ho went to ChIcago fol that purpose TIle operation was commenced blt after operating his stomach the surgeons saw that the dIsease had made too muchheadwn for them to afford him any permanent teller and after draIning the cavity the lnclslon was closed up and he arose from the operating tablet a doomed man This fact however was kept from hits knowledge and he neve seemed to realize the seriousness of fhb condItion even to the end Il1s last mInutes were peaceful and he passed away without apparent pain Mir Wllllami was ono of the best known men of Hartford Yeals nso lie owned and ojeruted the old fled Front store oft Main street and later bought and ran the well known City Restaurant He was engaged In this business when the fatal illness over took hum Mr Williams was n son of- W H and C M WUllllms mud wns horn at Calhoun Ky October 81 ISit 1and was therefore neatly b9 years old lit the time of his death lie had lifeymany years hind been a zealous member of the Methodist church He leases It widow and tom sons the youngest oil wllOm Inns just begun to walk After funeral services at the 1lllh- odlst church Tuesday attcrnoooncou ducted by his pastor Rev Virgil El gin his remains were interred In Oakwood cemetery The large crowd whIch attended his funeral attested the high esteem In which he was held Little Buckshot The McHenry Dramatic Company comPOsed of local talent will appear at Beans Opera House Huttford next Friday nIght In a presentation of the thrilling drama entitled Lit tie Buckshot by Charles Townsend This company recently oppea1 In theIr home town and gave n most creditable performance The cast Is a strong one Including eleven characters and the piny Is very ably pre seated rhe time of the play Is two hours and fifteen mInutes The vroceeis of this play fire for tb- beneflt of the WOW and ladles Circle Iopulnr prices will prevail and those desiring to spend a pleasant evening should not fall to attend e OIATOV Oct 6y I Otha nail Nunt Qt teriln spentSanday with hnJr friends Y d tit t 0I= III ID II3Im a U MMaking a Mane Takes Moreiii o Than Clothes o IIIUJEIWillEIUJto think along that line ilinow and then Let that p 0time be NOWand visit I 11our Clothing department p You will find mens and a boys suits that are noted 0 Ifor their neat fitting as mwellas their long wearingW qualities Have an air of lUelegancenot loud or ex- tremem in style or appear ante Ours is to show U convince yours thenandI0 buy and depend o- nBARNARD I CO- s HARTFORD taoooooc1oo m Bessie and Rose Smith near town Messrs Charlie Stevens Walter and Lee Pntttrmu and Miss AbbIe Pat telSJIl attended the uuvelling of the Mlaliurou monumentnear 1auslq Sun day Aliases Ella Cummings and Note St Clair attended church lit McCrady Creek GIalIOn county Sunday Douule and llolnxr Stewart Olaton Jim WrIght ntlll sister Milo Mloartha Falrvlew W1l1 Jaunlsuu Cane Run and John WrIght Falrvlew dIned with Mr amt Mrs Joe T Daniel Sun layMfr lied st Clair Dundee spent Sunday with Mir n W St Clair and family In the MlcGrndy Creek neIgh borhood Mr Billie Saltsman New lIamus was the glIst of hIs brother Evans Saltsman Owenllboro recently Mr Fred Faught and wire Mr John Allen and Mr Van Hurt were the guests of Mr Alva Faught and wife Sunday Mliss Martha J Hazelwood and broth er Jesse Hazelwood Fallen Rock spent Suuduy with Mr M S GaIther and family In the country Fallen Hock and Shrevo played an interesting game of baseball nt tile latter place Sunday afternoon Miss Jessie McDaniel spent Sunday with lien cousin Monichelle and Edna IC McDanM Mrs C N rcDanlel and son OUi were the guests of Mrs leDalllelslsister Mrs Charlie sey Saturday and Sunday and attended the unveiling of the MaHuron monument near Tousey Misses Mercedes and Myrtle Cannn Sulphur SprIngs were tho guests of Mr Charlie White and family Tonsey Grayson countyfrom Thursday until Tuesday Misses EssIe and Dretha Crawford and Mfrs Roy Crawford Frledaland spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John D Cooksey nrtr Olalon- Mr Charlie ChrIstian and wife of Cane Run Jim Jlaliham of irasort county Misses Clara and Eseie Wil son Frlednland anal Mater Marlene Parrl horse Ilraneh dined with Rev and Mrs F M Farris Sunday Mrs John 1ougnn spent Saturday and Sunday with hr dieter Mrs Mollie Taylor Hartford Mrs Ernest Wilson and Miss Lillie Hurt went to Jriedalnllli shopping I Saturday Mfr E E Baize and wire Ronfrow were the guests of Mr and Mrs A hi Stewart the latter part of the I week Misses Bessie anti Tie Payton ware I the guests of their uncle Mir Ike- Paytoni near Short Creek last week I Tune baptizing at Olnton lat Sun day was attended by a large crowd ofIInto Olaton Baptust church the others RunIas d11tes marched Into the water the SaintsIGrace AYERS HAIR VIGOR Does not Color the HairHaIr falling out Troubled with dandruff Want more hair An elegant dressing IngredientsSulphur Glycerin Qutnin Sodium Chlorld Sage Alcohol Wllter Perfume We believe doctors endorse this formula or we would not put It up AYERS HAIR VIGOR Does not CIrthe HairJ 0 AUK CoYPUI Loeeil 3u t t TOWER OF LONDON Yh Pafact System by Which lu TJure Arq Guarded TheTOwerof London fins tho most perfect system ot burglar aiarw that bus yet beet devised forow cotluDd Yard from the gov eruobeadquatters und from other I places known uuly to n few reslson BIble oWclul the whole Tower can be clotcd electrically within u few arc ends Even the ponderous gates at the middle tower which weigh some 1 tons Mud through which visitors pass awing to uutulUutlcull und the i catte- of every one wltbln Is Instantly barred At the same time un alarm bell rings to warn wardens police and soldiers In particular the precautions In the apartment containing the crown Jew cis aro ot a most scientifically flabo rate kind Ono of the beefeaters ou i duty In the room has merely to press a button whereupon the heavy door I closes the alarm bell belpw rings the other gates slam to and lock and every person within the tower Is Instantly cut off from the outer world Tbe man wbo cnn set away with any ot the crown jewels deserves them observed a Tower otilclal From where I um standing i could close every Important door and sute- tn the Tower In as short n time us It takes to utter these words It was mainly to insure the safety ot the crown Jewels that the system I was Installed No order had been Issued for the ot thu Tower on a recent SatI IIlurmltbominutes preventing any one the Tower leuTlngI The Tower simply all remarked nn official ed It to do so wo do not know It I might have been Scotland Yard where the pressing ot a button would Im prison every soul within the Tower un tH the police gave the signal for their release or It might have been the governor anxious to learn whether WI were nil nt our posts At any rate It was none ot the minor officials In tact who closed the Tower and why Is a secret known only to hlghest authorities There was tblI alarm no attempt to seize the JewelsLondon Mall MADE THE MOST OF IT Clever Tactics When William Quit Using Tobacco An excerpt from Doris letter And oh Will It you werent the dearest boy You often told me that you would do anything In the world for me and now you write for my sake youve quit smoking Ill have to watt until I see you to tell you what a dear I think you are From Janis You write that out of consideration for me you have stopped smoking for good That was just love J1 of you William and you may depend that I greatly appreciate It i Prom Phyllis Dilly boy Its just ripping Youro the dandy kid Just to think that you would swear off using the weed just for me Jt was mighty dear of you Dilly and It makes me all the more keen for you From Marjorie To think that youve quit smoking William 1 Will ado surprised Ot course I always knew that you care for me but to think that us you say youve made this sacrifice on my accountwhy Its positively noble of you From his mother Will my lOon this proves your love far me 1atlJlrIIs Inclosing a check to show appreciates the tact that you thlnl enough ot your pnrents to give up smoking for them rom his doctor Your letter ad- vtsing me that you have obeyed my orders and stopped the use ot tobacco Is nt band As I said your oomph face Puck Sack Numaers William said Mrs Van Geldrr to the tuna of nil work I want to clean out that large closet In tbe ball just outside the parlor hum n all thlI old newspapers WUllf pnpernnd any other rubbish you may Mud there- After II short time she met 11Illlnm- 1n the ball currying to his arms n huge pile or sheet music the property or her eldest daughter Wtaat uro you going to do with Mn I bels music she asked- Why i burn It sure liS you told me to It was In the closet there with till other rubbish Rut I dIdnt mean the music Put It hack at onclIWIIIIUlm IIWouldntAu old negro teamed Ephraim bav lag been sworn on the jury In n der trial for some time resisted u vcrII diet ot guilty roe no other apparent roulOn than his strong aversion tocapl till punishment In general Finally the foreman explained to him that It was a question either of bunging the prsolJlrI dcIJCDdedsonments de prlsner nm she Perhaps guiltyI My wile Is getting so she cnn cook You are prejudiced In tier favor to 1 nm note She gave a tramp a piece ot pie last week and he tans been back for more three times Ierllnps he Is after a hero medal Houston Post The Mean ThingIWhy are you tnaii nt her I met her Oil the cur today shlI said Uh Irt me pay your fare said Oh you snusht and sbe nllllH Houston Poat 4- V rna Making It Plain t The following simple and expllclt1tr- eetlous i JOet d up In abtel on the NordfjordTbo eacapet Dtrecttona foruse The ono end of the rope is to be haled- dat the hook In the window frame the other is to turn out ot the window The plaited snotter is axed at the log ot wood Is to under your arms whereupon you WhoIchcatchy let yourself slide down regulate the hue ry by keeping rope under the log It moro venons are to M saved you have to pull up the contraryendof ibe- i rope fix this nt the hook and so oarso till unholy Is leftLoudon Punch Forever Dry Tbero Is n youngster In college who combines the poetic instinct with a keen sense of humor lie Is not n close student In taCit he regards books all instruments of torture One ot the professors picked up n text book belonging to him the other day and found on the Ilyleaf this bit ot verse which no doubt expressed tho students opinion of It Should there be another flood For refuge hither fly And should the whole world be submerged This book would still be dry- Philadelphia Record A Suspicious Silence Howard was only twenty months older than the baby lie had somehow come to realize thht Elwood who was creeping was more likely to bo In mls- chief when quiet One day be called to his mother with II great deal of ans lety In his little voice Mamma I hear Elwood keeping stillDellneator No Fault of His Why Johnny Your little sister is shelling two quarts of peas to your oneWell I told the durn little chump about It but It didnt do no good Cleveland Leader Poor Taste Little Edna readlngSay mamma what Is n lack ot artistic taste Mam maIt Is the feeling my dear that prompts n baldheaded man with red whiskers to wear a black wlgChl cago News IA cottage tt goodness be there will as much happiness as Ii palace Hamilton HICKORY CHURCH Too Late for Last Week Mr Chester Leach Deaver Dam Is the guest of his cousin Mr C N Taylor Mr and Mrs Gilbert Taylor of near Liberty dined with Mr II 1 Porters family Sunday Mr and Mrs Jesse Torrence visited Mrs Iou Snnderfur Mcllenry Sunday Mr and Mrs Owen Williams of near Liberty church and Mr and- Mrs John McCoy Rob Roy and Mr Den L Davis Sunnydale dined at Mr Mrs J H Davis Sunday land Ola Chinn was the guest of cousin Mss Mary Taylor Sunday Mrs Jim Austin and son Mr Dee Austin McHenry are the guests of Mrs Eliza Raley nt this place Mr and Mrs Clarence McSherry vis- Ited Mr R C Moseley Sunday Messrs Snemore Bennett Letcher Bennett and Bennett Deda attended church here last Sunday Rev Cundlrt dined with Mr Louis Rngland Sunday Messrs Blame Westerfield and Bert Davis were at tlcHenry Sunday alter noon There will be singing at Mt Zion Saturday night Everybody he sure to come Mrs Leo Rafferty and Mrs Fred Rafferty visited their sister Mrs Tat bert Miller Monday Mr and Mrs Luther Leach of Rob Roy visited their sister Mrs Herschel Porter Monday night Farmers have been quite hUll the past week cutting corn and tobacco and tanking inoias- esChiiaran Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA ILoving Remembrace Park the Ibugh Mrs A D Park Rock port Ky was called away by the Death Angel the morning of Sept 22 lJ09 Caure of death Will flux Little amy one think of hearing the lnd OnlyIpicture of health and would sit and listen to her grandpa play on a vlo- IIn and seem to enjoy It very much so you see we know not at what hour we nsny be called away Roberta Is now with the Angels In Heaven where there Is no more trou tooImomma come way Now we can all meet Roberta It we will only accept ChrIst ns oqr- Bavlor and put our trust III him Now- a ward to the parents Roberta Is eat dead but sleeping lu the arms of Jesus where there Is no more lslcknOfIl pain fIr death Now may we nil try to live o more chrlstlnn i and uceept Christ as our Saylor d no OlIn me Robert lu itcav- en May tho Lard bless us nil a- my+ prayer Jt Sc r Wh t Arls YoreD- o you feelweaic tlreddesPOflaefltillIve frequent headaches coated tongue or bdtaste in morning heartbum H belching of gas acid risings io throat after eating stomach gnaw or burn foul breath dIzzy spells poor or variable appetite nausea pt times and kindred symptoms P- If you have nay 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Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 339 I C O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 L N Gray N B D D Scl1roater SecrMary Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 moots let Saturday night in each month Nosh Sksgge Pres W D Luce SecTrceaOFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers C O DTAYTON Pace Greenville Ill DowllnBGreenS D KUMP Sec do Trees IndIana polls State Offlcfrs J C CANTRILL Pres Georgetown K S D ROBERTSON See Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Ky CAL PKEOWN Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITHSec Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION J M DeWeese Chairman Hartford Ky DNo2 J A Belamy Whltesvlne 3 F D Batigbn Hartford R F D No 1 J Jao W Taylor heaver Dam R F D No3I- i Rlohnrd Plummer Wnes 6 J L Brown Rookpont GuaranteedBff 1- l P tD73aIDWi6sUL- uAasarr 0 0SnraB- ARNET SMITH Ii ATTORNE3 SAT LAW HARTFORD KYa11111 practice their profession In all the court of Ohio and adjoining coun ties arid Court of Appeals Special at tentlon given to all business entrusted w to their care Collections and the PraO- tlco ot Criminal and Real Estate Law SpeclalUes Office to Republican build- Ing Jt- l FI FRANK L FEL- iXAttorneyatLaw HARTFORD KY WIll practice his profession In Ohlu and adjoinIng Counties and to the CoUrt ot Appeals Criminal practice and Col4- lections a Specialty Otttce In the Her aId building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY wm practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecute claims for pension Xtc Collections promptly attended te Also Notary Publlu for Ohio county t Otttce over William Drug Stare I L BRA VRIN EIINRSTWOOD WAntt HEAVRIN WOODWARD Ctf Q e tQU9 HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession U all the courts ot OhIo county and Court of Appeals SpecIal attention glv en crimInal practice and collections ot lice next door to Bank of Hartford YANCYLIIIOSLEYeL j ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeal Also Notary Public OffIce over First National Battle W H BARNES R ANDERSO1 BARNES ANDERSON f Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY I The undersigned announce that theyQhave formed a pkrtnerahip or the Uce ot Law In all courts State and Fjd eral with offices south aide of Mata street opposite Court House Hartford AIKy Abstracting Title and litigation affecting Titles to Real Eatate will be given special attention NotarY In office W H BARNES- S A ANDERSOt JOHN B WILSON CIIAS M CROWD WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will praotdoo their profession In aJil the courts of Ohio mid adjoining copn ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to eoiectdone Office on Mnln St opposite Court House III f PlOlllptlJoblalDOC1IAtJleowtrI THAT PAYS ednrtllelJlm UIOIOaPIT OW siren endtielp yon to saarw rerortonPASSINQ RErtnrNCte For tree 0uJ4 kook on rroatebleeetentetaftto BO36Ot3 Seventh StreetWASHNOn n r KILL THE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOaCSLg 8AND ALL THROAT AND LUNS TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATIIiIPAomBJ- I QX MONEY JID11HDD itRaecp1flhIcIeIc INALL COUNTRtbe if rrIrPatent sad Infrfncement Prattles tlGlualnlr Writ oreousty Slatdtrwa on VII1Io4 StAtu Ttat oae IIWAOHINQTONOC I w r fhmpplneal DiarIi I will Bend to concerningp hotxOar Nave a dry season and a wet sfeeon hero lasts from June to Ieo mber and that Iswhen these na tires do their farming They dont a form like we do they farm In the water and mud about a toot deep and their toOls are like a harrow t only with one row of long teeth They carabontn our kave long horns and are of a blue olor The natives are very differ eat to tits people In the Statesthy dont wear any clothing hardly at all The field natives dont wear any thing but a bolo a big knife and leaves for clothing I dont like this country very well and if I ev get back to the States I will tIck to the good old U S A award little soldiers Marching off to war TWhho brave old Captain Ooing on before Tramp Tramp Tramp In the land of dapay from the happy it Philippines Where the bolo man Is busy night and day Tagalogs sland lie and Americans die- Wbore the soldier sing this Phllllplno lay Dam Dam Daml the Phllllpplones Pock marked Kaklac ladlunes underneath I the starry flag OJrlllze em with the Krag for we want to see our own beloved homes Social costs are very few all the ladles smoke and chew and do other things the Pades say ares wrong Presidents cut no ice for they live on fie t and rice Where the soldiers sing this Phil lipplno song Under neath the Nlpathatch Where the lazy lepens scratch Only honor after hlken all day long As I lay me down to sleep Slimy llquldo oer me creep And there the soldiers sing thler philI llpplno songIAnd I wish I could say theres aItransport In the harbor and I am ordered home today Here the trumpet callingIBoys get uj quickIr And they laid hand on their stirrup par Like touch of drivers mist IWFor Joy you slow ere joy I knew For one girls lips unklssed and oneI laid hand enhis bridle rain swift as hQ steel he sped eh ride you fast yet at the last John taster rldo he said My son shall know a soldiers foe 4oneday blades are red And one laid his hand on his comrades horse eh brother mine said he What can I give to you who lie Like gifts you give to me Since from strife and ache of life Your pistol sets me tree Oh think of this place so far away in the lonely Philippines And 01 I wish I could say there Is s JI a transport in the harbor And 1 am ordered home today A FRIEND For the Superstitious- It is a sign of bad luck to be discharged from a good situation on a FridayIf palm of tho right hand itches It is a sign of cutaneous irri tation To see a bore approaching to call augers badly If an elderly man falls In love with a young girl there is a likely hood that ho will Boon dye To knock over the saltcellar at the dinner table Isoa sign of awkward ness To pick up a horseshoe is a sign f luckunless ypu get run over by an automobile while doing it If you have frequent headaches dizziness and fainting spells accom panied by chillcramps corns chit blains epilepsy and jaundice it is a sign that you are not well Boston Transcript t e t Surprise Birthday Supper Given 4n honor ot Miss Settle Ward 17th anniversary Friday evening Oct istat No Greek Kjv A beautiful and t 4 delicious supper was served and high ly enjoyed by those present The crowds waa entertained with music by Mls Irena Ward and singing by all They were chaparoned by Misses Settle and Lucie Ward Those present were Misses Irons Ward JRoea Dooley Salt lleboloxleyJnaWarmca Clara Ward 4It usle Warnlcar Clara Ellis Maude Ellis Lorena Beard Mallssa Roble an Mble Park Jessie park Jennie Shown Ira Wallace Erne and Verna Easter dayf of No Creek Lee1lowwan and Ware 7iv 4Deanb Ashley Edga More JDtLoneyJoover and Folder B4n nett Hartford Walter poster Charlie Foeter Hetlln Tolbert Ml1I Loy Warnlca Cecil Park Rosa Park Ernl Moxley EJdd Lewis Ernie Wallace Al bert RIggs and Bob Ward No Creek Will Jones and Chester Wardof Center town The estImated crowd was seven ty ONE PRESENT Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAResolution Whereas it has pleased tho Almighty God U remove from our midst Ellze abeth D Basehart and causo our bro ther Fred Basehart an Irreparable loss Therefore be It Resolved That we most earnestly sympathize with our brother and with the entire family in this their sad be reavement and point them to the al wise Creator and preserver of the Universe who doeth all things well Resolved that the Fraternal sympathy and condolence of this order bo ex tended to our brother and his family assuring them that hope alone bids us look to a brighter day when this family can again bo united in a sin less world Resolved that a copy of theso reso lutions be spread upon the records of this lodge also a copy transfered to our brother and one to each of the county newspapers for publication QUICKS ate PilLS Will cleanse your liver and purl fy your blood and make you feel like a new met Cook and Peary Perhaps Peary and Cook both went to tho North Pole Cook first and Peary afterward Prehaps Ccok went and Peary didnt perhaps Peary went and Cook didnt Parry In his eagerness to have all the limelight sent back all of his white companions and wo have only his word for It that he went to the North Pole Cook had no white companions to send back and to Pearys disgrace bo It said Peary may have made It impossible for Cook to prove his claim however just One thing in the whole mixup Is quite certainPeary in discovering the North Pole has thoroughly uncovered himself He sent back the white men that risked their lives and did their hard share of tho work That was egotistical ungrateful and especially unworthy considering that Peary throughout nil his career ns an explorer has boon on the public pay roll as a naval officer In addition and far more shameful if the allegation be proved Is Mr Pearys conduct in refusing to take on his boat Cooks instruments and howeerlashind made tho discovery If not why refuse to bring Cooks instruments and records confided to Whitney Those lnstrumnets and records surely could have been made to prove the falseness of Cooks claim If It be false MENDENHALLSCHILL Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed S I Notice For School Election Orders Ohio County Court Regular Term 1st day 7th day of June 1909 Hon W B Taylor J O C C Pre sidingJ Reynolds et al for Petition c Judgment Graded Common School election Pleasant Ridge Ky Petition to County Judge for a Grad ed Common School Pleasant Ridge Ky April 1 1909 To Hon W W Owen Judge of the County Court of Davlesa County Ky4 SlrWe tho undersigned petition ers being legal voters and taxpayers In tho bouncht hereinafter set forth Including parts of both Davless und Ohio counties respectively petition that you order an election id take the sense of the legal white voters as to whether a Graded Common Schoo shall bo established and maintained by levy and collection for that purpose of a tax of twentyfive centil on each one hundred dollars worth of property in said district opened by white persons tend DX corporations a poll tax cif prie dollar on each white inhabitant therein over twenty one years old under Sections 100 and following of the Common School Law and 454 and following of the Ken tucky Statutes the said district to- be bounded tra follows viz Beginning at and Including J A Johnsons farm near Ohio county line thence to and including Sam Stones farm thcnco to and including J F Davis farm thence to and Including French Bros farm thence to and ex eluding Ed Andrsons farm thence to and including Ira Bryants farm thence to and excluding J C Ben w farm thence to and including J B Hills fan thence up Qreem Bria creek to Thomas RlchardsonV farm thence South Past t6 the farm InclbdlngIJt thence to and Including W R Boyd farm thence to and including J Puckets farm thence to and including Larry Thorps farm thence tto and excluding 1s C Ben netts farm thence to and Including W L Jarnagtns farm thence to and including DTollle Murrays farm thence to and including Woner Mor gans farm thence to Jas Northern Including him thence to GW Jewells farm a part of the Thos Boll farm including it thence to and excluding Louis Frenchs farm thence to and excluding G W Jewells home farm thence to the B N Graves farm In cluding It thenco to and Including M T Westerflelds farm thence to and including A Hunts farm thence to and including Jos C Westerflelds farm thence to the beginning Approved by the County Superintendents and Trustees The foregoing proposition as con tained in the above petition to es tablish a Graded Common School Dis trict is hereby approved R Ifl ALLEN County Supt for Da vieas County Ky JAMES M DeWEESE County Supt to Ohio County Ky We the undersigned being legal trustees of such Common SchouJ Districts as are Indicated below which or parts of which are Included within the proposed Graded Common School District do hereby approve tho fore going petition and the proposition therein set forthJ W REYNOLDS Trustee District No 10 DIv 5 We further represent that the foregoing boundary embraces Common School District No 10 Dlv 51and parts of Nos and this petition has the approval of a majority of the Trstees of each of said districts and also of the County Superintendent of SchoolsWe designated a certain tract or parcel of land situated In the town of Pleasant Ridge County of Daviess and State of Kentucky and more particularly described as follows Beginning at n stake in the cen ter of the Owensboro and Hartford road and corner with Dr J C Hoover and Mark Thorps lines thencu South to Stevens line nine poles thence along Stevens line to the center oft the Owensboro and Hartford road eleven poles and 10Yz feet thence with the Owensboro and Hartford road to the beginning containing one Our Distillery is located in the heart of the worlds greatest whiskey produc ing District CountyKentucky I whiskiesmade Oldfashioned in an oldfashioned wayat an old fashioned distillery Try usthats all we ask C halt acre more or less the deed tb the same being recorded in Deed Book 66 page 318 i in the Davieas County Clerks office of date June 15 1892 as the site of the building for the proposed Graded Common School and certify that said site is not more than two and onehalf miles from any portion of the boundary of the prepared district We respectfully subscribe ourselves your petitioners as set out above this let day of April laOS J W Reynolds and 17 others It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that tho foregoing petition was regularly filed at the April 1909 term of this the Ohio Coun ty Court and the same having lain over for more than one month for ex ceptions and none having been filed or noted thereto and the Court be ing sufficiently advised it is ordered and adjudged by the Court that the said petition be and It Is hereby granted and approveed as filed and that an election be held for the pur pose therein mentioned at the same time and place as designated by or der of Judgment of the Davless Count Court viz at the school house In Pleasant Rrldse Davless County Ky on the Ith day of Oct 1909 It Is further ordered and adjudged by the Court that said election be held and conducted as per orders and Judgment of the Davless County Court and that nothing herein shall con filet with the said Judgment of tho said Davless County Court und that In so far as may be lawful the Judg ment of the said Davless County Cour- thnll be the Judgment of this Court Ordered that this action be con tinned for report of election as prescribed by law Pursuant to the above order I will cause a poll to be opened at the schoo house lu Pleasant Ridge Davless coun ty Ky for the purpose above set out October 16 1909 R B MARTIN S O C THAT 1S MOST in the head in the hand and in the Our course in is by men it our to meet the the It puts men and women to work Over 500 for to Fall term Sept 6th for Ind of farad No7 Blh District Nelson Co Controlled by the OEO H GOODMAN COMPANYI u vv e a TL a IN ORI Ky 111 Ind New La Dist 218 f theExpress In or as you Red Rock No 1 Nelson County per pILincoln County Tenn Jack Dinlela DUtillery 200 per eIMaryland Rye Baltimore Md i 200 per pIJack Beam No L Straight Kentucky Whlikey 200 per gal White or Yellow Corn Whiskey Still House 200 per gal Robertaon County Tenn QreenbrUr DUtillery 200 per gal Red Rock X Hand Made Sour Muh Bourbon 260 per gal Red Rock XX hand Made Sour MaatvBoubon 300 per piRed Rock XXX Hand Made Sour Muh Bourbon 350 per gal Red Rock Special Straight Kentucky Bourbon 109 per gal MOM Rose Rye Best In our Stock 600 per gaL galWhitaJack Beam Nelaon County Kentucky 2EO per gaL Early Times Nelson County Kentucky 300 per gaL Jack Denials Straight Tenneaaea Whlikey 260 per rat QraenbrUr Qreenbrlar Distillery Robertaon County Tenn 300 per gaL saLItobeNorth Carolina WhIt Gbro Whllkey A 111 L50 pet PI JJiOpepLApple+ 200tg500perga0flockPeach and 100 per gaU a Holland Gin imported and to 100 per gel I Oenerm Gin 600 per PIAlcoholt 200 and 100 per gal hi utaOldJack nm lteln County Kentucky 400 760 1100 Old County Kentucky 100 7JO 1100 Jeffenoa County Kentucky 100 7JO 1100 Old County 100 1M 1LOO Early 1m 1W 860 1200 died Rock Rye Jefferaon County Kentucky 169 860 1200 r r IExact Copy of Wrapper Kentuccyr N JL oJ To we sell conforms fully of the National Pure Food Law Every we sell is subject proval If you are not pleased from any cause return the goods at our expense and your money will be refunded We fully the advan tage of prompt and maintain a night and day force at all our houses We no- l trouble or expense to make by first express and sate of orders For tho benefit of the RE we bottle any whiskey listed ten pinta or twenty half pints at the regular gallon rate quarts of 200 goods assorted Personal checks when gender Is rated jn or send order or letter Do not send currency or silver In the open by mail is a matter We want to treat you In a way to deserve your and goodwill Purity quality prompt things we are to gain and hold your Gmo Hm Co llfs Any lank e drfwM 0 I d cA1RIAlFor Infants and Children The Kind Always Bought the Signatureof In- Use Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA TNt OINTAYa COMPANY NCW YON CITY Subscribe for The Hartford Republican EDUCATION PROFITABLE Which puts knowledge skill dollars pocket bookkeeping business customs shorthand and typewriting endorsed business because enables graduates requirements of business office young where advancement follows satisfactory service pupils attend annually Fifty typewriters instruction purposes Worthy pupils assisted positions begins Monday Write catalog LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE Indianas greatest school business Ine Distillery We to so to that it will be a for him to give us his Your a deal our idea of the way to ours is the of its kind in the G 201203205 Lower Second Cairo Evansville Orleans Long Phone YouPay Paoked Jugs Bottles wish Dourbon200 HoneyrrDomeetla200 Importedi 26O300 Bottle Bond Whiskies byre eeNelsonCountyKentucky Our Customers Everydrop requirements entire understand shipment shipments guarantee delivery HANDLER shortmeasure Wewilsblpfour accepted Bradstreet otherwise money exchange registered Buying whiskey confidence confidence shlpmentupon patronage Goodman You Have Bears For Evansville intend make every transaction satisfactory eachcustomer pleasure business moneys worth square thats make business goodand largest business South Kn ORATED BHANCh dUUitS Paducah Street We Paythe Expressata Old Cable Kentucky Bourbon In Jugs only200 per gaL Brookdale Rye Straight Whiskey In jlllonly 225 per gaL llil 2 il 3 ni Old McIIaney Whiskey 100 proof Pure Straight WhIkt290 575 850 Smoky MountalnCornWhlakej1- 00proofPuroStraightwiakey260 550 825 4 IU Stti IZqtb Monogram Bourbon or Rye2150 475 70- 0FawndaleBourbonorRye300I 575 863 Canadian White Rye 360 675 1000 Crescent Club Bottled In Bond 400 750 1100 Red Rock SpecIaL Straight Kentucky Dourbon460 860 1203- Mosat Rose Rye DeatInOurStockI ro 1660 1500 Apple Brandy ClerlnoatDiatllUnkCo00 675 860 I Peach Brandy ClennoqU latllllnc Co 300 675 860 ApdtotllandyCaltorn1300 67550- AprlcotlrnndyImported750 1100 LlDcolnCOuntyTnneeh 300 575 860 I FOR THEIR HANDLEB Vfri1 All Shipments In PinUase- or Oaskf Express Prepaid 1DetlleriBNtb Tennessee Whiskey unlabeled 100 pintstL00 1900 Kelaon Co Ky Whiskey unlabeled 100 pints 2700 2100 Private Stock Rye labeled 100 pints 3000 two Shady Sprtnn Straight Whlakey 100 pints 3060 MOO Old Dominion Whita Bye 1M pint rUG SIM f r e- iji A rt NN N N N liN N N N1N NlN N 1 Na N i 0N r t C E p arnes E3ros i1 a in is in 4+ s + o 4 t HATfiELD FEUDIST Master of Savings of Old In InterI t Oct 3A story In 4ts and in its has been by post or the or or that nwue whu died In the at W Is or the loss by Hat field or 2854 or thu or apart or the or the of Mrs by her In a tit of InSlI11ycausOO by the loss or his and of the to an end the career or one or the most feud lilts In till of the liver near pen lu the of West Vlr i lie was as Old and was a or the In to MccoyHatfield feud to civil wqr and on the or West and Ken One or Ws eyes was shot out raid the made Into YIIII ago areas or land in Vest from they re Old 2854 In tho bank at W Va need or the he H IMlstmifit if to the bl1 rdto him the liy r ft pall Ilt the for the registered but when It oa 1907 he hAd left the only a short time to IIn IntoxJcatod who could not sit hits mule alone hint field Pootmmier tn- ta eatofthe letter lest It be destroyed the pfittiqdllolying moruing tile u The Store for Correct ClothesFor Men Boys Women and Girls We readiness to serve patrons with best outfits country produces for QY money Every department aglow with New Fall Styles We solicit your consideration Old Man Young Man Boy Weve just right Suit any Man boy from station in life We can fit your fit your TASTE we fit your PURSE Our Suits made from well chosen fabrics and they from shops THE BEST TAILORS The young dress gets natty style kinks demands in suit andwe have the conservative mod I els for middle aged andold DRESS GOODS AND SILKS kindjthis section has been overlooked new Cashmere De Soi crinkled and plain Beng alines Silks and every new weave and new wool fabrics the needed Buttons and Trimmings for 1 Skirts Waists and full Suits i TRAGIC STORY OF Post Robbed Him Life Death Hatcrer Peni tentiary Reveals esting Story tragic lntrtlslty rUlllantic sentiment dlfoClosed office Inspectors regarding Harrison Jlntflcl1 family feudists recently penLtontlnry Moundsville Va- The nurratlve recovery amount murder IIILUllld husband money cIrcumstances which finally brought remarkable hlsI1 country Harrison IIttJflcld Horse mountains ginla widely known Jlatcher leader HaWelll which amounted almost dlerupted tiavcral counties borders Virginia tucky during wulch IIatfields KIIIucky several Tho- HatfloldJ owned large Virginia which alized money Hatcher deposited Guyun Valley Logan Subsegaeatij Iaving money auUsr12 Alexander Trent toraepen direct kf4lrw money Ilatfield called ypost office repeatedly 1Jtter arrived pftl4 office before assist friend astride 7dlrected Trout special itren pOStcdflco Early are in oulr the the the is the the for or FORMwe can can are come to us the of WORLDS er all the he the men color here Also all Washington considerable any postotllce was destroyed by tire the contents of the safe alone being saved Hatfields letter was not In the safe Postmaster Trent declared he ha placed the letter with the ordinary mall nil of which was hurnedIAn Investigation of the fire and of the dlssappearonce of the letter was made by llOstoCt1ce It was discovered that InspectorsI hud obtained a typewriter i Chicago concern by fraudulent repre sentlons to which he confessed Later Postmaster Trent and his father were Indicted for having stolen the reg- Istered letter Postmaster Trent finally confer ed to the theft and made propositions looking to the refund Ing of the money He produced a jar hidden under his barn la which was the sum or 1280 which with 500 ob tained from his bopdsmen was event un11y turned over to Hatfield Trent was couvioted or the crime but escaped from Jail and now Is a fugitive from Justice Becoming Insane from worry over the loss of his money and the sudden elation at the recovery of aconsider able part of It Harrison Hatfield poisoned hIs wife who was an Indian woman He was sentenced to the pen itentiary for life and there he died only a few days ago It was not until his death thAt the postortlce inspectors felt Justified In revealing al the facts respecting the case 0 Surprise Fruit Shower On last Sunday afternoon a party composed of 18 people met at the homo or uncle Tom Murphy Olatons oldest resident Each of the visitors took a package of fruits and a greet Ing post card Uncle Tom Js 90 or 05 years or age He spent his early life In the Blue Grass country above Loutsvlllo and moved to this coun ty about GO years ago He Is unedu cated but possesses a very retentive memory and quotes from the Bible with remarkable exactness He has often played the violin at plcnks and by some Is called a glften musician Uncle Tom Is very feeble Ho en- Joyed the surprise fruit shower which consisted of cakes pears lemons oranges cookies llghtbread etc We all hope to enjoy another pleasant afternoon again with this aged clU zen at his pleasant country hone Ladles Take Notice L nice line of Picture Frames corn pleted at low prices 3tt HARTFORD MILL CO oJ H p f for tARfiE fiDES OVER OHIO COUNTY Seen by Many People In Point Pleasant Neighbor I hood On last Friday morning a large gas balloon was seen by many people at Point Pleasant and Matanzas In this county about daylight and Mr Worth Bell and others talked with the occupants of the balloon solnear were they to earth Some citizens were watching the balloon and one of them remarked that thero was probably a man In It when a man peeped over the edge of the basket and said yes Im up here The balloon landed In Hopkins county and proved to bo the Indiana which left Indianapolis the evening before and contained three men and two women who reported that they had a delightful all night ride It passed over Louisville about midnight The following account of the balloon as It appeared to citizens of Moorman Is taken from the Owensboro Messenger Moorman Ky Oct LA large dir- Igible balloon traveling In a south westerly direction was observed here early this morning Several persons looking through a transit telescope were able to make out the propelling and steering gear also the name In diana In large letters on the aide There appeared to be three men and two women In the basket Reports say the balloon left Indianapolis at 5 p ni Soptember30r It sho- ed up here about Ii oclock thlll morn lug and landed at Whits Plains at 8 oclock One man observing the strange looking object In the skY decided that It WU some new inhabitant pt the aOrl al World and started on a run tot a n hbgrs house toborrow a spring- field ride tobrlpg It doRn When ho reached t e + use a NPa outof breath but tit got the gun and believing tht If he dldpt capturo the balloon one Qt his friends a mle or so farther on Would besure to get It he started In hot pursuitButt- he race wasJyat ot the tortoise and the hare only In this care the race went to tkd hare liS the big halloon was con only a speck hanglngii the misty heavens fr ft ladies TailorMade Suits Here is one of our most popular departments this fell Everything NEW and EVERY sOrt A GOOD VALUE AT ITS PRICE We can sell you a suit at from 10 to 40 We show nothing shoddy and in addition to our medium linewe carry the WORLD RENOWNED PALMER LINE Perish everv thou ht of buvinO ILadiesSHOESI SHOESI familyThe purposesKing Queen Quality Shoes Women Dress Shoes Work andSchoolShoes BALLOON A A a in to a roe Gala RY L B Oct and Mrs of Miss of Is the week with Mrs Miss of to see Mr Bill ev and Mr and Mles May Mr Iva and Miss Miss Mau die of on the sick list at this writ Ing are Mrs and Mr Ned Mr of and Miss of Were at ult May they Uve long and bo from thIs the at last to the wile ot Ike the 24th ult 41 fine girl lke Is all at this with rctr Jim Supgrlntendont Mr O J ot e the Su n day mid Ii tJ il a MILLINERY According to usual have I it seems to us outstripped former forts In selection production of Millinery to look at it You looking at it it a great pleasure to us to have your presence for purpose Remember it costs nothing to look SEAVER DAM KI3NTUCKV L 44 Good Painter with Poor gets Poor Results Poor Painter with Good gets Better Results good painter wi- thflafluas OteeR Sea Painf can produce results every way satisfactory GREEN SEAL PAINT will go further wear longer look better and actually save the consumer 15 25on job of painting KyFAUGHTDR BEAN Hartford Ky CANE RUN 514lrs Maggie Christian children visited Florence Wilson Olaton Sunday Annie Myers Fairview spending Annie Christian Stella Daniel Olaton called Christian Sunday ening daughItelSaturday Sunday Herbert Wilson Sanders Wilson Clemmle Christian vlalted WlllfOn Olaton Sunday Those Sallie Hoover Ford George Crumes Rosine Myrtle Miller Horse Branch married Morgantown 23rd happy lsthewisho their many irlgnds- Sovcml place attended baptizing Olatoa Sunday Darn Christian smiles Sunday school fsprogresslng nicely place Christian Christian tplplac attended unvefllagatYeeman reported nice time our custom we our ef the and of our fall line We like will also enjoy and will be this you Paint Paint But RENDER I Oct 5Mrs D t IMisser Dam last Wednl6day lastWednesdayOrdon Wallace ot Centtnl City and George T Edwards ot Roslno were here last Thursday I IIsaac Oser was In Rockport last I Born to the wfe of Wm Turner onebayMiss Alice Wllllams of Rockport was here Friday the guest of Mrs W TIngram C C Baize of Taylor Mlns was heroFriday Misses Annie Millard adtlIte nlrhtWmsorryofGB Rill went to Icaver Dam Saturday Will EzeU was In Horse Branch Saturday Mrs Elisha Williams ot RolkllOlt OfIH1bmtharMr and Mrs George Bnraknt uL Hartford were here SundaytFr I guests of Mrs BnrnkarSllllltlDtN Mo1 and1r GUIMI I Rev N C t Ftobhtwlir prl chednn C t j w t r L I able and Interesting sermon nt Wil llama Mlncs Sunday eveningaS VJck of Owensboro and Em Iw ofIRogers ot Beaver Dam were I yesterday Mrs G W Burton returned home whereisbe 1MmIWng her slater Mrs Bertha Dowell at this writing t Fred Gwyn and Hershel Shull are p the sick lint at thiswriting t lThedQ bays MIS Sadie B Glenn and Mr i marriedIlaet t llugllsh tsl lijalaut street The mar rlago comes as quite a surprise tQl the cutples many friends TheIifniio le ui1 of Mrs Mollie q Glenn 110 resides on Crlttedden street llr Iouay is the sun of 101t und 1 rr LP Lone7 And Is a very popuItsr young man He Is em 1110 Jd III the shoo department of McAtee LYddano Rays store IawckrcpILLs For Liver IllsSaves Doctors fillsy11 rlJr l4- K t U r 4