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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9 I v r tI1 II t I 1 I ItjCwJr4 ttf t1 4 t IJ fl IIItI IJJa I I 14 iE1cjiiIicJ I j IIfil IFiine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL raE frEOPEE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year I ir VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COU TYy FRIDAY OCTOBER 15 1909 No 13 I OHIO CO TEACH ERS INSTITUTE rDr Chas Ellis In Charge As Instructor Fine Body of Men and Women Who Teach Young Idea How To Shoot f The Ohio County Teachers Instli lute convened in court hall last Monday morning with Superintendent James it DeWeese as presiding offl 4 cer and Dr Charles C Ellis Instruc Itor Mr W F Anderson was elects s ed secretary The morning session was taken up practically with making t out the roll At the afternoon ses alan the Instructor gave an inter eating talk on Business of a Pub lic School Prof Mason discussed the subject of Teachers Preparation In an able and Instructive manner He was followed by Prof Justice on How to Grow Professionally Tues day morning was given over prlncl Instructercises of the school The question lax was then openedon the subject of What Is ItVto Teach A number of good lets were given Dr Ellis discussed the subJect jn an t1nlt panshlp At the afternoon session Proto Eubank discussed the question of having a program and how to use it Tuesday night Dr Ellis gave a lecture on Being a Boy which was r an intellectual treat to all who heard It Wednesday morning devotional ext L erclEes were conducted by Prof W r R Hedrick after which Dr Ellis dls y ussed the subject of Language He was followed by Mr Eubahks on the s aubject of Handling language les I sons Prof I S Mason gave a talk I Ion the great need of clear prouuncla tfon and the Importance of having a gopd dictionary at hand Prof G W White Introduced a resolution ask ing a reduction on the price of theg t adopted text books for the common school The motion was defeated by twothirds vote Mr Eubanks then gave a talk in behalf of the South era School Journal During the af ternoon session Dr Ellis talked on the subject of grammar and Prof Biu oy gave an address on the subject of school government which was to i the point and well received The Ohio county teachers make up a splendid body of men and women who are devoted to their work and are doing a great deal of good for the oomlng generations oft times without sufficient pay for their services They deserve the encouragement and support of all our people The Insti tute will close today ProfCC Justus CK Carson MC 11Vallis A E Ellis SophMI Williams Van Meter Lillian Blr Mabel Kasterdny Marshal Crow Alex Rhoads Gertry Raymond Bertha Mae Leach Eulah Dun Ernie Hinton Mattye E TlchenorProf G E Bailey Era Rngland Ernest Duke Albert Baughh MrsJH Loyd Mack Martin Ida Lambert Powell Jones Mae Rogers All Mae Likens Nona RhoadsJ Wayne Mldklff A C Kelley TesseI Dyers NB While Anna Liza Arbyo Brown Itoy Bennett Walter f Hedrlck Ellis Sanderfur Ross Ben I Ashbytf Russell Cooper Ethel Raines Lucy Rock Katie Hawkins Loney Taylor Myrtle WlllnuTR V lit Crowder Llz t lR rie Harrod FG Miller HC Crowder HEBrown Grace Whlttlnghlll Abblo Whlttlnghlll Helen WhlttlnghlllOtls Carson Gordii Fuqua Irene Whit tlirghlli I S Mason Claud Shultz J C Jackson tyaymco Shown Cora i WlbwrfV Jessie RateyJ W Petty Ozria Shultz1 S P McKenney Ella J t LllwrencoJJtinghilj Rosy Brown Alpha Brown Elizabeth Chlldress Lute FelandjMary lt MlllefRobert Taylor Rosy Borryman c Maude Shuitz B dlp Brlyman Scott Ambrose Tom Hamilton Owen Ambrose Fa Martin Minnie BaughntJ D Falls Russell Walked E F Llles JT Jfqagland Lillian MonrooMeck Boil AiUeFloldep W R Carson Do= Woodward bamle Beck lye Cum tna Ruth iammons Jesse Ford r J o S 0 L Greer S C Taylor H T Leach c B Shown Nora Wedding Dova Greer C W Moseley Ira Plummer Leslie Shultz Earl Smith John Allen Myrtle Lambert Mary LambertGrace Williams M A Embry L L Embry MrsMary White EfJIe Eisler Maude Stewart Isaac Christian B H Mor ris Mary Marks George White H H Davis Frona King W S Hill Henry Leach A P Boswell Eva Martin O N Stewart and F T Westerfield RowanBennett On the evening of Oct 6th 1901 in the home of W C Bennett fath er of the bride in the presence of a number of friends Mr Richard Ney Rowan and Miss Etta May Bennett were quietly married by Rev R D Bennett The bride was tastefully at tired In a gown ot lavender silk The groom wore a handsome suit of black The groom Is the only son of Mr and Mrs Azro Rowan and the bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs W C Bennett They are both popular young people in the circle of their acquaintanceOn day of the same month twentytwo years ago the father of the groom was married by the same minister and drove the same horse the son drove when he was married The father of the groom still pwns the horse Who can beat this R D BENNETT To the Voters of Ohio County My name has recently been placed on the Republican ticket for the of fice of Coroner ot Ohio countymade vacant by a resignation therefrom Owing to the fact that the election is so near I shall be unable to make any canvass to meet the people of the county However I desire to take this method of assuring them that r will appreciate any support which they may give me and If elect ed will endeavor to discharge the du tics of the office which should be one of the greatest importance to the best of my ability Respectfully AY B RILEY M D Among the Lodges The Masonic Grand Lodge will meet in Louisville Tuesday morning and Hartford Lodge will be rerpesented by the Master C M Barnett At the same time tho Grand Chapter will hold its sessions and will be repre sented by the newly elected Excellent High Priest R Holbrook Hartford Chapter No S of the Order of Eastern Star held an interest ing meeting Monday night and Ini tiated Misses Ruth Riley and Verna Duke Mrs A S Yowell Owensboro and Mr Ernest Duke Dundee were welcome visitors After the meeting refreshments were served by MIssvWH lie Smith Mesdames S A Anderson E W Ford and F L Felix Rough River Lodge No HOKnlghts of Pythias held an Interesting session Tuesday night with a large attendanc of the membership and the first and second ranks were conferred In splen did form When the lodge work had been completed members and visit brs were Invited to tho banquet hall where a splendid feast awaited them which was thoroughly enjoyed committee on refreshments was 1I1al1e1 up of Knights R D Walker E W Ford and S T Barnett RALPH IIIProf Chas W Moseley was out see Ing his friends last week Ronda Wad taught school in his absence Mr Olllo Bean has begun tile work on Rondo Wades new residence The baptising at Mr Wildes pond was largely attended Prof Marshal Crowe who Is teaching school Jn the southern part of this county is at home We are glad to see our old frIend and schoolmate Wish as we all call him has the best wishc3 of us all Mr Lou McPhearsonis two little boys Blair and Wayman of Mngan aro visiting their uncle L A Ralph Mr and Mrs Pete Ralph was the guest of J F Taylor lust week Mr Rob Taylor and C W Moseley are attending the Institute this week Farmers are very busy sowing wheat and balling hay We think Robt Taylor is prepatlng to resume his regular work In his old place at J A Edge Sons slbre Mr Claud Jackson Westerfleld was the guest of J F Taylor Sunday Center of attractions Miss Nontc 1 REPUBLICAN jif NOMINEES1 6tlCanidates For Assessor School Supt and Jailer All Good Men and True Interests of County Safe injheit Hands Our readers are herewith presented with short sketches of three more of the Republican nominees for coup ty offices in Ohio county The list includes the nominees for Assessor1 Superintendent and Jailer All three of the nominees are first class men and are deserving of the support of Republicans and Independent Dem ocrats at the coming November elect tlon r + C Bernard Felix was born June 25th 1873 on a farm five miles east of Hartford and is the son of John I Felix who was well known In all of his section of the county for his hon esty and splendid qualities as a Christian gentleman mid neighbor Mr Felixs father was a Union soldier du- rIng the civil war and served with distinction Young Felix has from his early boyhood days and until now been actively engaged In farm work and has been successful In his avocation Ho has a good education and is gun Wed for the duties of Assessor which he will assume on the first day of January 1910 y I wAI w DiuicKed for several hours was e declaration of war was com all Pm all the speaches were on theby a It was a meeting of the and t alongIIS wjdtarmlngton Iowa as unfair for fu djIlflong pull and a strong pull were t j altogether on tho corset Every ml WH will break tho trust lack T e said another speaker sumo 111 5 nits hoif AH n i IImdeles when considered In refMiiss xJ liitcompetition with the Ill paitl Fun I the Old World It Is the Am neither ubllc that largely supports gonooj Ii Industries and the value fourteen yeaills IW R Mldklff Republican nominee Jailer of Ohio County was born In 1870 near Megan on d farm He lis the Son of G R Mldklff Who was cl1l1war190 and located near Rockliprtwlyere he has sttlce been engaged In work In the coal mines Ho iii a memberof the MinersUnion and stands lilghj with all the members ot that organ ganizatlon Mr Mldklff has dovelop ed Into a successful campaigner hnd on the Republjccan ticket He is throughly competent to fill the pot sltlon which he seeks SMALLHOUS Mesdames Sabe and Llllle Bennett Beda Ky were ttvguests of their brother Mr Alva Calloway and famll Saturday night and Sunday Mr Wayne Smith and wife and Mrs Elizabeth Coyof Grayson Co Ky are the guests of Mr and Mrs Orlando Cox Mr4 and Mrs Tom Godsey were call ed to Greyson Co to see her brother who Is parallzed Mrs Robert Hunter was agreeably surprised by a visit from an old time friend Mrs Charlie Hendrlckof Central City last Friday It had been thirteen years since they had seen each other Mrs Hendrlc was accom panied by Mrs John Blackburn of Central City Miss Janle Boone is a guest of her brother John Boone and anal at Ech olsMr Fred Boone and family went to Echols and returned Thursday The were the guests of Mr John Boom and family Mr M P Maddox and daughter Miss Oma were at Rockport Wednes dayMesdames O W Overhultz and Jen nie Ball went to Centertown Thurs day afternoon Mrs Caz Mason sold over 15 gallons of green beans last week Misses Era Addington Ora Brown Georgia Ashby of near Walt nK Creek and Messrs Berry Brown Jon Brown of near Klrttey and Luther Addlngton were visitors to Sunday school last SundayMr Addington spent several days at Owensboro last week He was a guest of Mr and Mrs Orvllle Ball while there Miss Oma Maddox was a guest of he sister Mrs J C mil several days last week near South Carroltou She accompanied her mother home Satur day afternoon 5 Mr Luther Addlngton and sister yiss Altha went to Centertown Tues dayMessrs Ferguson and Allen Buskllli of Moorman are building a room on the It R bridge at Smallhous Ky for the bridge men Guess the boys are glad to see the work going on as they have been sleeping on the bridge without any shelter from rain or the cold air of nights Mr 0 W Overhultz has received a card from his cousin Mrs Athel Grieves of St Louis Mo saying that her mother Mrs Mary Ketssllng El don Monwill be hero Tuesday Oct 12 for a visit to him and other relatives at Smallhous and Ceralvo lIcssrkltI Herman Addington Robert Hunter and Luther Addington went to Hartford last Tuesday Messrs O W Overhultz and Krsklne of Fulkorson are cutting and hauling a lot of sawlogs for the Evansvllle market Mr Pvli Taylor aijd wife HartfordI are the guests of her dames George Held and Sallle Drake Mr Joo Brown Is at home on a armylie Ruth have returned from New Mexico whore they have Leon for some time Mr Jolui Fulkerson has returned homo from a trip to Mississippi ROSINE Oct 12 lpulth is good In l thin community Farmers are busy sowing wheat Sunday School is progressing nloe iyat thlslilllCl THo new Methodist church Is com pleted4 at1 this place The dedication was postponed on account of rain list Sunday It will be next second Sunday Little Martha Hunter who has been sIck is able to be out again Little Gable Alford who has boon pick for feomu time la somo better Mr John Burden wife and little daughter Alta Myrtle visited Tom lines and family last Sunday night Iiogaff WllSon bf Fftlr View visited his sister Ar IelUnes Tuesday night I Tom limes mid wife attended the fair at Owoflslwro Friday I BUFORD A matt revival has Justclrissd atTatf Carm6l Baptist church which was conducted by Evangelist Dan Rlc nrd Fifty two additions to the church with thirtynine candidates for Baptism Grhhdraa1 Holbrook 79 years of age BlafldenbtT our hearts by joining at the waters edge and was there bab tised I TRUE AND LOYAL IS fie DAVIS ROYAL Strong Letter From Late Candidate Before Primary Enthusiastic For Entire Ticket and Hints That He May Rnn Another Day To the Republicans of Ohio county Four times I have been a candi date for county offices subject to the action of the Republican party and three times I was defeatedbelng defeated In our Primary last Decem her by our next Assessor Mr Ber nard Felix and I can truly say that while I was deeply disappointed and somewhat humllated as I had held the Assessors office one term and felt that my record and acquaintance would count heavily for me yet there has never been a moment of time since the primary that I have not been thoroughly and enthusiastic ly for Mr Felix and the ticket- I did not become a Republican for revenue only but I becamo a Repub llcan when It was socially unpleasant to be one when most of my rela tives and dear friends that 1 loved were Democrats when our neighbor hood was Democratic when our vnt ing precinct was Democratic when our county was Democratic when our Senatorial Judicial and Congressional districts and State were Democrat- Ic and when I was H years of ago Cleveland was elected President so everything seemed Democratic While defeated last fall I am proud of the vote In my home nail nearby precincts with Mr Greer a good strong young man living In my home precinct opposing me yet I received 242 votes in East and WeKt Fords vllle AetnavJlle Herbert Megan and Ralph precincts to 78 for Mr Felix 27 for Mr Greer and 12 for Mr Al lon a clear majority of 125 over all I received 23 In Aetnavllle to 1 for Mr Greer God bless my home people the people that know me well personally and officially Now In conclusion follow Repub licans I rather like being a candidate so you may look for my announcement four years hence for Assessor Coroner or something and If unsuccessful then four years la ter mid may conclude In the event I meet defeat in my regular quadren nial efforts to lie sentenced to time Legislature between spasam but whatever you do with mu If I run nail Ill run remember you cant keep me from whooping It up for the men that Intent me The Republican party doesnt exist In Ohio county for the express ben efit of me and my funnily IHT another Ulan and his family anti when I announce subject to the action of the Republican party that settle It for four years when If defeated f may renwiiuibly be counted on to run again Truly and gratefully yours G DAIS ROYAL Hartford Ky Oct 111900 ROB ROY The young folks enjoyed time cotton picking and candy luvtikinjc at the home of Mrs T Davis WeUucaday nightMrs FerguMm suit little soil Sun Ivan of Ooll bolO have been visiting her pleats Tier and Mrs J H Em bry the past week The epelllng match at this place was a success and largely attended Mrs Sam Urichls visiting lilBaav or Dam this wook Misses Mabel and Mattle Porter of Hickory neighborhood ipimt Fri dill night with their uncle Mr Henry Leach Hall Knob and Rub Roy bell team aforInoon The game rosulted In u victory tuS1MI1I5s Bessie Torrcnco spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs J H Torroncf Mrs Josle DIckson and little draught or spent Saturday night wHtth her parcitts Mr and Mralen1ehch Rev Harpe rllap ed through here Friday on his way to Shlloh s Mr T I Davis I arid lttmlly spent Saturday night at Cromwell Mr Jesse Torrence moved to Mt Zion neighborhood this week We are sorry to lose him from our com munityMiss Harriott Sanderfur is on the sick list Rev Embry left on the boat Tues day for Woodsonvllle The new pastor Rev Harper will preach at Pleasant Hill the third Sun day We are glad to welcome him In our community There will be singing at Pleasant Hill Sunday night Every body Invited Success to The Republican CENTRAL GROVE Oct 13Death has again entered this community and removed from our midst Mrs Margaret Loneybet ter known as aunt Peggy Twas on the evening of October 9 1909 at 7 p m that she surrendered her life age 88 years on May 8 last Fu neral services were conducted Sunday at West Providence by Row H P Drown after which she was laid to rest to await the resurrection morn In early life she professed hope in Christ and was among those composing the membership of West Providence Baptist church at Its or ganization fiftysix years ago but at the time of her death was a member of Independence Baptist church She leaves many relatives and friends who will miss her as the days go- by Eightyeight years That is a long life and yet the time Is short for days months and even years pass quickly away and all either la childhood youth or old age must soon submit to the grim reaper Mrs Lonnle Williams of Central City spent part of last week with friends and relatives here Miss Myrtle Park was the guest oC- her sister Mrs George Brunton at Williams Mines Saturday night and SundayMr Q Cooper attended the Ow enshoro talc Friday and Saturday- Mr T P Williams has moved Into his new residence Miss Mattle Tlchenor Is attending the Institute this week Mr H L Drown went to Owons boro last week in the Interest of the A S of RS Mr Willie Pate attended the fair at Owensboro last week- CENTERTOWN Rev R D Bennett will have charge of our Methodist church for another year we gladly welcome him as our pastor Mr U S Fanght made a short visit to Ark lust week he reports a pleasant trip and Is well pleased with the rich land and forests of timie tlmbnr Our railroad section crow IB getting our road In gout shut F M Allen has sold a house oft Church street to S A Gurrstt O M Bishop has lilt new residence on Male street about ready for oc cupancy Mr C L Brownwho Ina bocn riU roadlng with K S McWilllaaw 1 = honm on a visit from III Earl Davis Wm AVakelnnd and s tare erecting a family residence a East Hartford A D Woodward and wife of Mer collno Mo Htieut OUt month here vitfitlug friends and relatives Th y wore accompanied home by their mother Mrs M Woodward Dr G F Chapman and family are jetting ready u move to Ark abimt Nov 15th L C Morton and S M Dexter it teaded the Owen b ro fair last witk The Baptist church haa txn wrk ed on recently Windows et thud which adds much to the rood look 4 The oyter supper given by bra Mothedlht church Sat night was a- success EdmonsonDuke Mr H C EdinoiiFon a pfoapermta young farmer mud MBR Coniinlo Duke both living near Hovfon were quietly married at the Metlmdlst parsonage in Hartforl last Sunday veiling Rev Virgil Elgin officiating only a few friends being present The bride who hiis been one of tho bountys firstclass school teachers for the past few yours KBsesses all that goes to make up tho best there is lit firstclass womanhood Pretty Intelligent and affable alto starts on lifes matrimonial sea with high hopes and bright prospects mid Mr Edmonson Is to be congratulated on his choice of a life partner Their friends aro numbered by their ac quaintances all of whom wish them a life full of happiness and Joy i u BEAUTIFUL ADDRESS ON MASONRY George H Newman Tells of His Impressions of the i Order r of Willis Stew At a recent meeting art Lodge of Masons several new mer bers were raised to the Third degree t George A Newman Jr being one of them At the close of the ceremonies Mr Newman was called upon for a brief talk and what he Bald eo well I expressed the true spirit of Masonry that the CourierJournal has been askS ed by mongers of the lodge to rub Hih It- Mr NewnwnH address was as fol JoAIt le Iropomible for me to conceive one who can ascend the three great ancient steps In Masonry without ex periencing many and varied emotions omoUojjfi of the mind emotions of the heart muttons of the soul Not is there mortal man of any HMtMItUee whatsoever possessing a power of language sufficient to express rave in but a feeble way the emotion thus mused The most apt om j arion to Ma wary at it appeals to me ia that of a sublime religiona religion wlwte foundation stones lie in the fellowship of man a religion w rc temple Is read and kept clean and pure by that greatest of all nobility tllc nobility of brotherly love From the day I first came to you divested of all I I oM4fV4d of m- aW worth Vi be taught that beau tiful leston iH charity to the pres eat inoHHnt the teaching of title fra- ttsri in purity la temperance in troth have challenged tny admiration to Its utmost and made me regret only that there Are not more Masons sod better ont Is there a religion that teachea flier than doos Magonan Stripped of U dogma Its limbs and outward outwbH Is there a religious faith under the sun today Christian or otherwise jrirttiK to Its devotee a purer or morn beautiful outline of Hf97 Its doctrines of temperance alone would make It sublime for with temp nines we mvt have a pert tit least of all the virtue without it we can have nothing tf nay of UteRI I do not Jla 4in t iaftci in the common acoeptrtlicMi of tilt orldI- to tot refs r to that temperance whch jpplifs only to the glutton who gorge body with food and drink I mean that and morei moan the temp trance cf tbounlitii the tempraiico f words tb + temperance of all our worldly actlui h 1 mean tin temperance in In iitaSt eomprelieawlve srafe that make is better men better neighbors bet- tr brotheni i mean the temperance hat controls tint slanderer as well is the drunkard the temprrauoe that pple to the cringing cowardly gr- lD who cuarloui hir brother on ere beareay without allowing him ila day la xuil 1 would my brothers ten thou tad times rattier be a drunkard as loathsome M itcAporate and MI tla Ifiaable ande i despised as hu is than that wost vonmnptlble of all ac auMlns th niwssin of reputations i There is a cure for the victim of drunkorj Mi Ii trlg ns bodily life ox tstheat altui how often the r mmly for the victius 4 the ulaadnror lies only jeyond tj1I Ktnve Mnmnry teach es us this t niKr nce In its broadest sense Nearly two tlwMifand years ago the greatest Mnvm WAS torn world has nevi eieu and he IJroughtI with him a uor religion Up to that town rellgro had tough wrongdoing they resembled a penal Bode wherein vrrong lc irs were jmn tohed for th 4r due and thereby deterred tlwni ti mr of the penitlty The new religion taught the bro therbocxl of tWIll taught us nil tIlove our bnAtotrn taught tiiat gMid sad lure wero tirnonymuits awl that when we allot to do good wo did an injury to our brothers whom wo should love tntutit is to Im good for the sake of lowand the dixrtrlnos of the Mini of Unllleo have endured the teat of Limo liy virtue of those it WAS the duelling of the bro therhood of IOMU lint npiHalnd to the sole of man and tvttlfifled ills natural cravingB for krvu and that alone that line IlreOCYflll the Christian re v ligion There IH wXliluK moro than that in the Cbrjgtlsii fnltli there is nothing loss than that ia stationary Tho laws of the Naznrlnc and of Masonry have dencended the steps of time hnnd In boat and hand In rand they have srcuotully conttstul and- i survived fete luronds of thone who front their tamliointt laid a right to be skeptical opoournlng all things not Bcleullflcallyjiproifod and they have l lived io tioa3j this new century all I r t r p rtetb reHgtea of the bro therbood mam nat lour aa xe ataad ere toalai there fa aoth Ing oa tWa earth a Btasle ecleBtMlc mind of Ue tket rank amllar kith recent Investigations who does not belivta that we all emanate from and are part of one great force and that there Is something In each of us that survives bodily death Those great ejlentlsta who have gone farthest into the subject agree with Jesus Christ and with Masonry that we are called upon to do the best we can for our brothers for by doing our best for the whole family we must needs do the best by our selvesAnd eo I maintain that Masonry i Is a religion of actual dally practice- I have no respect nor have you I my brothers for him who chants his psalms and says hla prayers in aloud voice on Sunday and makes his donations in a voice equally as loud to sally forth through tie rest of the I week dominated by an insatiable lust I for pelf and plunder thrusting his pathforand with a phrimlcal grin tanks i his God that he is not like other men to return the following Sabbath and slag and pray soome more i That is not Masonary there are j no Sundays In Masonry Masonry is merj I lion Alas how many cold and desolate hearts can be cheered by a kind word how often a handshake a friendly i look and smile will put one back into the right path more effectively than a hundred sermons I That is but one of the duties of the canjI helping hand to our faltering brother and should he fall to pick him j up and carry him with us to the j place where there is room for all to j that house not built by man oter i rte iri the Heavens j Id Rathor Die Doctor Than have my fees cut off saW M UIblttIj eaten away toes if you dont usll1BuckleDeared Its cures Mf EczemaFever sores Bolls Burns and Piles astound the world 2Cc at all druggists In I SKIN GAME OF THE RAREST TYPE- Heres a Sample of the Latest j Swindle That is Worked i In the Couhtryside Farmers have been offered a now rlklt game which is worked as fol lows A resident of a certain township recently obttrved a big touring car atop in front of his homo A man got j out and began for IrlolIIdown to the spot hudIjust draped a valuable diamond pin After looking for some time the tour lit asked the farmer if he would con none the search He gave a name and address in Indianapolis and said If he found the diamond he would pay him a hundred djllar The next day a tramp appeared at- the farmers house and asked for some thing to oat He sat on the doorstep I and ate his food Finally ho showed a brilliant scarf pin which he said he j found In the road The farmer offer ed him 50 for it and the offer was acceptedThe n nt Indianapolis was net I tied of the find and he was asked to send the 100 by return mall upon receipt of which the Jewel would be sent to him But the city man fnllIltl to reply A competent joWBler says j the stone found by the tramp IB worth I possibly 50 cents Words to Froozo The Soul Your son has Consumption Ills case is hopeless Thesu appalling words were spoken to Gcog E Bloveiis a leading merchant of Springfield X C by two expert doetora lne a lung specialist Then was shown the won derful power of Dr Kings New Dls covery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevens he was as well as over I would not take all the mo ey In the world for what It did form boy Infallible for Coughs and Colds its the safest surest cure of deserate Lpng diseases on earth 53 and JlOO at all druggists urntee satisfaction Trial bottle free m On I Id pen Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA iHDTRIICK F BILLY PATTERSON He Received the Blow Alright but The Boys wont TelL Who struck Billy Pttteisonr Is a mystery that has gone Into hist ory It is asked frequently by persons who have no Idea who Billy Pat terson was for it has become a stock expression signifying a mystery But now comes T M Lake form erly of Faauler county Va and now a retired merchant of this city who says he knows all about the striking of Patterson Mr Lake was a young friend of the man who struck the blow Billy Patterson according to Mr Lake was the bully of Richmond Va almost seventy five years ago He was a big man who loved fighting almost as well aa he did whisky and preferr ed the two together day thau Patterson was struck IThe which thrust his name into he had oftalned the liq I uor but was finding it difficult to to get a fight He had taken up a postlon in the center of a much tray elf sidewalk and was making all passers take to the street He was particularly insulting to a crowd of medical students who passed by on their way to a nearby students hotelAmong the students was Albln Payne a young man from Faquler county a relative of Admiral Raphael l Semmes and a man of fighting blood When the studnets submitted to the Indignities offered by Patterson his fighting blood was aroused asIfor only one blow was struck nnd Billy Patterson went down with a thug it was thought at first that Patterson was killed and the students fled to their hotel where a hasty conference was held and they vowed not to tell who struck the blow Hardly had Payne been taken out a side way to another students lodg ing house when tho police arrived de- l manding the man who struck Billy Patterson All the students were questioned but each denied that he had struck Patterson Though It soon became apparent that Pitter theierring to avoid notoriety Payne afterward became known as a physic ian in Virginia and attained some note as a magazine writer under the nom be plume of Nicholas Splcor Louisville CourierJournal Deafness not Be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of tho ear There Is only one way to curt deafness and that is by constltutio al remedies Deafness is caused an Inflamed condition of the muco lining of the Eustcahlan Tube Whl this tube is Inflamed yW have a rut 1whenis the rosutand unless the Inflanl tlon can be taken out and this tuj restored to its normal condltlonhe ing will be destroyed forever nFroses out of ten are caused by Ca which Is nothing bu tan inflamed q dltlon of the mucous surfaces J We will give One Hundred Doll for any case of Deafness caused catarrh that cannot be cured b lie Catarrh Cure Send for clrcularafnj- F J CHENEY CO Toledo vIOci- Sold by Druggists 75c 11 Take Halls Family Pills for Mm stlpation J J ii pe Why Some Girls are JiltedPhri The reader of breach of protl 11 cases must often wonder how Ito that a man goes so far as to 1nln1 como engaged write the most paJ I night in the week with his girl Bloimto loveletters spend every nlture and then suddenly turn around and tell the girl he dusent think ho will marry her after all As a rule it Is generally put down to the Inconstancy of man but read ing between the lines there Is ev idence in many cases that tho girl Is jilted simply because she shows her real self before marriage sera is a case In point The writer recently met a young fellow who had been mulcted to the extent of 150 Iba damages for breaking his engagement to n girl who had worn his ring for twelve months- A nice mess youve made of things T I remarked Should have made a bigger mess if I had married her he grimly re plied My Word she would liavo been a handful I got out of It cheap at ISOlbH although it will take tae about ten years to pay it ji One day I met a chum I had not seen for six years We has a conrvlr- vial time together and unfortunately I forgot Ihnd an appointment with r my young lady Hjtwever I hurried away and reaehed her hoese about an hear and ahalt late I was just about ta ring the ben when I heard her role throHgh the open window threatening me with all sorts ofI pains and penalties for daring to miss the appolntxnentthls mark you before she had heard a word of explanation from me and because her mol ther ventured to remonstrate with her she turned round on the dear old lady and told her she did not know what she was talking about That was good enough for me and I cleared off I wouldent have married her if she had lOOOlbs a year of her own There is not the least doubt too that many girls are Jilted for the simple reason that they get an exag gerated notion of what may be term ed courtship rights and privileges There Is a type of girl who the mo ment she cqnsenta to become a mans wife thinks that consent en titles her to an entire subservience to her wishes on the part of the man She expects him to be at her beck and call at all times to sacrifice his pleasure for her own and to cater for her amusement in every possible way If he fails in any one of these respects she proceeds to take him to task and the result Is that the man decides that she is not the girl for himIt will often be found too that parents are mixed up in breach ofpromise cases rather prominently A man naturally resents being told that he should not do this and that by the parents of his prospective bride As one magistrate remarked a short time ago while listening to a breachofpromlse case In which It wa shown that one of the reasons of the broken engagement was the dictator ial attitude on the part of the girls parents What a lot of trouble and bother would be saved if there were not so many foolish busybodies in the worldLondon TitBits Take MENDENHALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria Much in Little Scotlands population Is estimated at close to five millions In the last ten years 323000 persons have emigrated from England to the farms of Canada Lake Superior is the largest mass of fresh water in the world being equal to Ireland In area Havana lias 400 different kinds of food fish while England all around has only fifty sorts of food fish In the beginning of a neck boll a good thing is a pure grain alcohol poultice made by soakng a marble size wad of surgeons cotton In alroI hol and keeping it on wet nil night- mith udtgeIcan produce results oth r the = oneI con GREEN SEAL PJrters onger look better anvnlch lS to 25on a jobof I hub 11ORDSVILLE IIDRIn laid AgCANE5Mrs Maggie Christian andiron visited Mrs Florence Wll tof of Olaton Sunday pvt- les Annie Myers of Fairview is bad raisUanIss Stella Daniel of Olaton called ice see Mr Bill Christian Sunday ey b ark- w mmdaYhlte visited her daugh ex tension in Northwestern China Mon golia and Chinese Turkestan it is also proposed that steps be taken to create a corps of engineers and to develop mines aijd Iron works with a view to supplying railway material and rendering the country Independent of foreign sources of supply Swept Over Niagara i This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman ignores the rivers warning growing ripples and faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache In the back warns you the Kidneys need attention If you would escape fatal maladies Dropsy Diabetes or disease Take Eledtrlc BrlghtsI once and see Backache fly and lal you best feelings return Alter long nut fering from weak kidneys and lame back one 100 bottle wholly cured me writes J R Blankcnfifadp of Belk Tenn Only COc at all drug gists M CflVERNORS WHO I I WERE BORN INKY- List Read at Filson Club Meeti- ngI Fileon club resumed Its monthly meetings with the session held last evening In the library by Col R T Durrett Brook and Chestnut streets says the Louisville Post In honor of the Inauguration of a new season tho handsome room was decorated with autumn leavse and Cot Durrett presided with his usual dignity and hos pltaUtyA number of members and friends were present Officers were elected for the ensuing you Col Durrett as president and Col J Stod dard Johnston as vice president being unanimously reelected The office orI second vice president was created at last nights meeting and Col Z T Smith chosen to fill it other officers chosen are Alfred PIrtle seccretary and the Kentucky Title Savings hank tresauer After the business meeting the fea ture of the evening was the reading of a paper by ProtoJohn Wilson Townsend of Lexington Prof Town sends topic was Kentucky the Mother of Governors and in a most Inter esting compilation of records he set forth the fact that Kentucky has pro duced 102 chief executives for va rious states In the union Missouri IlInols Montana and Ohio have been many times ruled by Kentuckyborn governors and other states east and west have bestowed the honor on na tive Kentuckians MENDENHALLSCHILL Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed ADABURG Oct 6The farmers of this vicinity are very busy sowing wheat The big sawmill of Ambrose Hamll ton Co is closed down on account of the scarcity of water The protracted meeting being con ducted by Rev Fuqua for Iho past week is still in action Many hearts are being touched and we hope much good will be accomplished Mr Jesse Farmer and wife visited f Mr and Mrs Will Foreman Sunday Mr Dave Sharp was kicked by aj steer one day last week and was sej rlously injured Mr James Hamilton left Monday fcr Bowling Green where he will be in school for quite awhile Mr Knox Wright has moved to the city of Taffy Little Edny Shown daughter of rand Mrs Hosca Shown who got her leg broke some time ago is slowly Improving Care In Preparing Food In recent years scientists have proved that the value of food is meas reI laws that have ever been known One food that has stood out proml nently as a perfectly clean and pure food and which was as pure before the enactment of these laws as it could possibly be is Quaker Oats conceded by the experts to be the ideal food for making strength of muscle and brain The best and cheapest of all foods The Quaker Oats Company- Is the only manufacturer of oatmeal that has satisfactorily solved the problem of removing the husks and black specks which are so annoying when youaroIular size packages if not near the store buy the large size family packages 1 I Silver of Quality I Retyonyourowujudgment pattern but rev member durability Is the most Impor taut feature ISE ROGERS BROS1tI1 Ii the name stamped on the back of spoons forkIplecClInquality Wide Sil111rPlatlI If many exquisite deslgni leadlaCdeaten i 4 I Send for Catalogue t 0L showing k designs allIi IIiII I auwyC a W Real iv EstateSale 72 acres of Rough River bottoms one halt in high state of cultivation rest well timbered with White Oak Beech Gum MapeL 434 miles west of Hartford on public road Good dwelling and out buildings A nwe house and lot situated la old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house tour room c4it tage a good nwe barn Desirable 10 cation 182 acres of upland known as tU Perry Kirk tams located near Clear Run 9 ore 100 acres in splendid slats of cultivation 82 sera timbered in splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out buildings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwelling- and store house one acre of lot good lout buildings at small 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 ust87 acres near Concord church fmiles cost of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty of water 4Q acres in timber balance in good state of cultivation A tract of land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public rood one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres In cultivation splendid dwel ling barn and outs building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a well kept farm A tract of land on Halls Creek one mile southwest of Sulphur Sprloes tcontaining 100 acres 40 acres In DO toms two barns and dwelling well kept and In good condition We dont own the property We are only agents for the owners and our purpose Is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge if no sale is effected List yourproperly with us or if you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY C9 HARTFORD KY tf se Pa PAT McCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for style perfect fillsimplicityand reliability nearly 40 yon in near y and town the United States and Canada or by malt direct More told than any other make Send for tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers than anyother fashion magazine million a monl Lat millineryplainetiquette good stories etc Only CO cents a pntttmliubKribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize offers Address THE MenU CO tie to Ml W J7lh St raw YOU Bardwell Barnard BREEDERS OF DUROC JERSEY SWINE You can buy in your own county animals that are the equal in in 1 dividuality and breeding to any in the world Visit orwrite them at McHen ry Ky YEARSt 1TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS Ac maYItmPaterwenrataoervyalar ricanAclrsculau o lt any clonuao Sournal Terms t3 a rk14Jt CASTOR IA GIS KIM Yw Hers Always jNNfht Bears the SIcnatureof Jft SWEETHEART OF It TAFT EXPLAINS lad No Idea That President Was Going to Mention Their Romance North Yakima Wash Oct 10Mrs- I E Dodge to whom President Tat alluded durIng his visit here asnold sweetheart of mine today mada her first statement regarding her girlI- 11Od romanco with Mr Taft Slur was t id on her ranCh In the lower Natchez valley ten miles from here Mr Taft and I grew up as chlldre together In CIncinnati she saidan from our earliest days we were doa frIends In one sense of the term we wero sweethearts though most poople have put an unfortunate Interpreta- tIon on the word the president used Our parents went to the same Uni- tarIan church and we took a deep In terest In each othet During more recent years Mr Taft was little at his Cincinnati home anll I saw him seldom When I heard that Mr Taft was going to be In YakIma I went down IntoRlssomeof hIs WashIngton frIends as h1 old sweetheart I had no idea ho wa goIng to mention St upon the car plat formHe was not at aU like the boy an man I had known at home I am gla that my old frIend was so hlghly honored and I am proud of him Up Before The Bar N H Brown an attorney of PItts fIeld Vt wrItes We have used Dr KIngs New Life Pills for years and fInd them such a good family edlclne we wouldntbe Without ther For Chills Constipation Dllllousn e g or Sick Headache tby Work wonders 25c at all druggists m v How to Keep your Boy on the Farm As we travel along and notice som of our best farms running on the downward course the question pre sents Itself Why is this when know that all the world city an country alike depends an the farm for the sustenance of Ufe Destroy our farms banish our farnlers what do- vi behold The answer Is look at Cyba the once proud Pearl of i- Alles ruin and desolation We must get farmers to understand th- im e stance ot their position In re gird to the affairs of life When farmers realize the Importance of their occupation and unite for mutual protection then I verily believe the questions of overtaxation and sup ply and demand will be adjusted We must not walt for some other generation to take np these questions Iqjet meet and settle them ourselves at oncethe present is always the accepted time I would say Instil Into the young a love Jor the farm aRd all that pretalns to Lt and never far a moment allow them to think or farm life as drudgery or slavery Sometimes we are SarmhIg not be cause we like the oecupatioubut be cause of the force or circumstances If such be the case our boys will not become farmersbeeause they ar tlOt taught In that dIrection We our selves disliking the occupations can not be In a position to teach others to like It In many Instances farmers children lose part ot their schooling Why should they No good ansvicrl s given We dwell on this as one of the drawbacks The girls are not often kept at home we aro glad to knowbut the boys we dont mean the big fellows but the little chaps t or twelve years oldmust stay at hdmo and lose the chance some of their playmates have Do you thInk they love the farm for Uds No but their playmates have Do you think I am sorry to say It creates a feeling akin to hatred for the farm when not the farm but methods used Mould bear the blame and there is formed In the young mind a determination to leavo such a system and sometime It Is that our young men are drIven from the farm the beautiful farm their birthright and gO to the now overcrowded cities to seek for something better otttimes we are sorry to say they sell their birthright like Esot1of old for n mess of pottage Now when we give our boys proper borne traIning and supplement this by a liberal common school or perhaps a higher school education we do our duty to prepare them to meet tM Is s before them with somerknowl edge for without knowledge acquired by some neaps how can wo do anything It is said It you educate your boys they win leave the farm for sure Somo of them may but not all point to many farmers who re collegebred men Ont Important point raised Is that farmlngldgent pay Possibly It dasent along the rUts + You must keep abreast with the times and make It o pay pke any- S Ior V t 1 other business as time rolls on form fag has undergone a revolution and we must change with it The process es and methods employed one hundro years ago will not work successfully today and those who still use then and to teach them to their boys make a failure of then undertaking I Would say take your boys more Into your confIdence and Interest thou with the whole working of the farm I and give them a chanco to prove themselves They may have some Idea on certain branches that you are doubt fuloh Eetaelde a little portion of you land to experiment on or let tbem do the experimenting but dont be to harsh on them even It they fall for In experimenting they show the true splrl- ot the future farmer Your buy may andnpoultry and pigeons take his fancy derlight we say never stop him for all these and many more not here men slotted belong to the farm It Is true we will be most succenCul In those things In which we take an Interest We can not expect success In any thing if we only take knit nn Inter est la It and It we dont put our whole heart Into the subject It will not pay flnela11y or otherwise wo nerd more furmess Institutes and similar Institutions where we can meet and Intrchnngee views and when we attend take all or any of lour families who wish to hear what Insso doing profIt ther b Let us uphold aU helpful and useful plans for th interddramda or our boys may have the oppor tunlty of as good If not better field of action If wa wish our doy to become a doctor wo send him to a medical col loge or to the law school to becom a lawyer and bytho same reasoning we should glue him an agrIcultural education to become a farmer The opinion Is shared by too many people that to become a farmer our boys dont neek any special preparaUonthey say he can pick It UP by himself Of course ho can pick up a great deal but It ho has good Instruction how againet y oil the farm by making the outlook for him as you can You can fat do withdour reverses ventures but by dwelling on the sunny side by telling him some of your successes Dont encourage your boy to be al ways hunting that soft snap In town for the most of them turn ou- to be nothing but hard propositions There may be more In your boys than you thought and you should give them opportunity to show you that there Is The more parents that do this the fewer rundown and unproductive farms there will be In the future QUICkSBLOODPILLS Will cleanse your liver and purity your blood and make you led like a new man Girl With GrayGreen Eyes Miss Elizabeth Nagle the girl wIth the greygreen eyes who a few year- ago attracted worldwide attention by bideI der line startled Clllcngo with a sociological dissertation entitled q graphic description of hell by one wh Is actually In It Miss Nagle In this new declaration pictures the servitude inn which sh says the masses of the American peo plo are living and tells of the suffer lag hardshlllS embarrassments and unpleasantnesl she has endured be cause she Is self supporting here are sumo of her epigrams It Is hell to have a superior ewlca tlon and to have to work for and obe the commands or Ignorance To have a sensitive and relined nature and have to be forever brushing up ngalnst gilgs To have an ear for tine music and have to be tortured by street organs To know that you can do some things better than other people and have to live in a little SY10 hall bed roomTo bang on to a street car strap with several bundles under your other arm and see sliverharnessed bulldogs s riding by In automobiles To pray for an angel and get a devil To crave the society of clean cul tured people and have the janitor In- vIte you tp an amusement park To love the best candy and never have anyr To have a Clear conscience and a clean record and go to bed hungry To have longfaced sanctimonious cusses tell you that tM Lord loveth whom he chasteneth ToM alwayrr In debt 10 the land ladyTo these everlasting dont worryandlieop smlllngidgnss rlng you In the face when you dont know- where you next mgalla cbning rom 2 A r 1J i BOARD IS fORMED TO TEDISTRIGT STATE Gov Willson Selects Committee To Make Senatorial and Legislative Districts Frankfort Ky Oct bMore impor thanrany has been the States Chief Executive was the appoIntment by Oov Willson today ot u committee blpartlsan In the political complexion to prepare a measure for the consideration of the next General Assembly redistrIcting the State Into Senuorlul and Legislative districts In accordance with the Constitution the geography and the census JUDGE HUMPHREY CHAIRMAN Judge Alex P HUUlpbre of Louis YUle a Democrat Is named as chair man of the committee The other members ate Col Andrew Cowan Louisville Republican Col John R Allen Iexlnb10n Democrat 0 H Waddle Somerset Republicun John F Huger Ashland Democrat F L Edelen Frankfort Republican John F Shelby Lxlaglon llecmocrut I J Crawford Newport Republican Jelo- Sulllvall Richmond Democrat C U McElroy oDwhing Green Republican Mr Shelby Is tile Democratic mem IslectloneCommissioners and Mr Sullivan was the Democratic leader of the lust Hou of Representatives The Governor says that as there Is no provision oJ law to pay thG expenses of the committee he shall be glda to ask the oGneral Assembly it It approves the result of tile laborers to pay the necessary expenes Incurred In snaking the preliminary investigations ChUdron Cry FOR la ETCN- ERSCASTORIA A Corset String Trust Now the corset trust has taken a steelribbed grip upon the neck or aka downtrodden and garroted It with linen strings But the squeezed and ZdLSping common people have found n champion A Chicago dispatch to the Cincinnati Enquirer says The Retailers Commercial Union has come to Its rescue with lance In rest and determined to enforce the rule off trade that Free strIngs go with the corset atshot was tired that will bo heard around tile world It was this Re solved That a corset lace Is a part of the arlginnl construction and as necessary to the corset as laces In a shoe or buttons on a mans trousers and coat and should not be considered a byproduct for which extra charge should be made and that we vigorously condemn aU manufacturers In the corset trust for refusing to Include a pair of laces In tile sale or each cor set Liberty shrieked for several hours beforo the declaration of war was cons IIlle but all the speaches were on time one side It was a meeting of the executive cconnnittee or the union which has for Its purpose collective westsThe pull tnck IIn the Corset strings was denounced hy President W II Gen net or Farnnington Iowa ns unfair unjust and illegal and an injury tu the middle classes and loburlng pee llc who stand the biurden of the extra cost A long pill and a strong pull corsetestring and Wt will break the trust baclwbnc sold another tlllakel Most Damaging Df All Policies FrooTrade Is the most dasnnghng of all policies when cnnsidered In rcf ereuce to American wageearnors Im cause It condums them to direct and Iiolxnless contpetftiuu with tine III paid labor of the Old World It It time American publc that largolj supports American industries mid the value of the product of our mills and factories equals tine combined manufact urleu ot Great Drlialn Germany and France Good wages are essential to a right standard of living and up on time maintenance of such wages ou national wglfare depends The effect or putting American labor Into dl rest competition with cheap labor In Europe and tine Orient would be dis astrous liE NDEN BALLS- CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever GuaranteedWhat Be W118t shall It be The Superintend ant looked at the committee the com mltte was at sea After some mo moats of silent thought while nil wore anxiously waiting and time was passing L1stOld Stonewall says I have solved tine problem nt 4 last a candRy pulling we shall havoas sintj a tgL ti k TIaCr It repreenla purchase of pne pickale of MOT1ICR 9 band i o1 eerezIs and vIH he found to everypsckape bcrlrtnk tha MOTIIEWSbraad triYoull find a coupon like this in every sanitary sealed package of Mothers Cereals The label guarantees that the products are the finest obtainable in America The package warrants that the contents are weatherproof and I willremain sweet and fresh in any temperature and in any climate By saving thCoupons you can secure a Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker absolutely freer Saving the coupons will in the end save you 80 per cent I of your fuel bill andeven more of the bother of cooking Ask your grocer to tell you all t about the Cooker andabout us If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals send us his name and yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir Here is a list of Mothers Cereals j I Mothers Oats regular and family sizes Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy Mothers Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Hominy Grits Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of Mothers Corn Flakes touted Oatmeal the wheat Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Flour THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATING MOPS OATMEAL MILLS THAN AYY OTHER ONE CONCERN I YRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PIllLADELPIIIA CHICAGO PITTSBURGU ALBANY ST LOWS j u I YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF AN I ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFACTORY HANNAS GREEN SEAL IPAlNT Iiswithout doubt the most efficient house paint on the market and is CbMPtst in the end in that it will go further and wear longer than other paints Only the best materials are used with WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT I PIGMENT tempered with just enoughzinc to prevent chalking quickly as is the case where leadalone is used FOR SALE BY KyII DR L B BEAN Hartford Ky i pIe and old talthloned ns can lie This Is nut anything very swell ant for I our Sunday school It wm do just as wellThis candy pulling was the termina tion of a contest between the ladles and gentlemen or Cromwell union threeIthe losers should entertain the winners amid of tours thee ladles won by a big majority The entertainment was tilt fur Irlday October 1 nllli was one long to be remembered by all present Ur E W Ford hIartford- by a special invitation was present and gave IL very luslructe talk along Sumiday School lines I At S30 Misses Norma Miller and May Rogers announced that tine candy I was ready for pulling 11 e nIl undo a brook fur tine Masonic hall for father Instructions the ladles all passed In without any molestation but the men poor fellows hUll their pockets pulled tor ten cents Ivey were to pvy for the pulling you know Everylsviy hind a good time Uncle Jack Taylor thought It even beat pros sum hunting and not half so dangerous he said Toni Cooper and Joe I tOwn were thero smiling mud tltllug young again Miss Norma Miller buruuw a big bust or on her finger hat she pulled windy I just the same I Fun Is mint all we want In Cromwell neither Is having fun nil our Sunday school Is Iolug as Is evldeuced by fourteen conversions to Christ durlug this year The people of this town and comnnuuity are interested mol never before In the christian work and the time Is not for off when alt will join hands and work as brothers and sisters for the upbulldlng of the town spiritually as well as intellectually and financially FAIRVIEW Too late for Last Week Oct bThe protracted meeting fit this place closed Saturday night with good results Twentyone were admit ted to the Cane Run and Olaton churches and were baptized Sunday mortning nl Olaton by Bro Lawrence This elms a great meeting and tL won derful revival of Gods spirit among His people i Mrs mien Jamison Rlchland IndI Is visiting relatives and friends In this community Miss Bessie F Acton returned home Friday night aflbr a three weeks visit wIth relatives In Owensloro Mrs Ivlt Illnekle In1lllttlo daugli ttrsMLtxs Ea tcrLillian amid Nora r I I t e L l n- un q n COME AND GO WITH US ON A GRAND FR- EEMEDITERRANEAN TOUR We are going to sand twenty young women be tween the ages of IG and 50 white of good char acter on a two months tour to the Mediterranean The Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern Prance and Italy We will pay all expenses of every kind fur a thorough enjoyable trip The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted Write to the Tour Department The Herald Lou isville Ky For Full Information d Margnmerite of Evansville Ind were the gUts of tlllh uncle Itev I- J Acton mad mull Friday lhy G II Lawrcnee fluid dnugh- ter Miss Ellen Beaver Ham returned home Saturday after a WIkt vlllt with Irlunds In thIs conunumnity Liss Ellen Jnnnlsuu lUchalanclhlll nod llrs Columbia Allen Narrows visited Mrs C C White n1ll1 famitlly Monday Rev P J Acton filled IIro Law rencos ullpolntlllent at lt Zloin Sun day Mss Crena White Is havllig tine chills Miss Bessie F Acton spent time day Monday with her mother 3Irs C C Wlt Mr George Crumes and Mss Myrtle Miller horse Branch were mar sled at ltnrgumntoun during the Fair They returned immune September 27and will make their future home near Sa lens They have the best wishes of their many friends Oldest Honse in Kentucky A Scott county woman who recently visited Crab Orchid Springs sends In tine following Situated on n prominence In Lincoln county with Muldose Momitaltsn- n time distance Is said to be the hav1IngIj83 and 1790 by Cot William Whitney the grandfather i or Mrs Mari Moore or Georgetown In the front room then Imowl1 ass the big room CclWinitney met with anti entertained t9O Indians when tinaking a treaty Un with them regarding the eapturo of white women and elllldreu In tills some roots on tho high nmautle are thirteen stars rUI1efOnllllg the tJtir teen States then In tilt Union ltea tuck nt that tlmo being a iKrtion lit Virginia rho woodwork null hand carved and OIl till atalway Is carved nt each step nn eagle with au olive IIninch In Its mouth The little quite a low structure was Mie ballroom and from the tnnall windows at each end It Is told the whites fired out thus Indians when with llOKtilo iutontiotms they were around time promlsls The brick of which tilt house was built were burned near lIy nand In diamond shape arc 1lnced glazed brick to add to time quaintness of the structure It Is said n farm was paid for the brick and a number of barrels of whIsky were given to build time house Tho chimney In ono room Iii twelve feet wide time walls of the house being two feet thick Tine doors aro two ply with metal between to Insure safety from the enomy Tho farm contains 130 acres now owned by Mrs Oallie Pennington who takes pleasure lu showing strangers through the entire house gives them lu her affable way what Information she can about her quaint anti much loved homneGeorgetown Times qviciiiiisFor Saves Doctors Bills Hartford Republican I Batond according to law at the ToiitoHU 8rttord4t amtU master ort mocI far r 1 Co M PAR ETT r EDITO R Z2PZOtnl8O 1Dc540aoucba1ve2aI FRIDAY OCTOBER 15j ri J REPUBLICAN TICfC ET For Representatlve W S Sean l For Circuit ClerkE G Barrass I For County JUdgeR R Wedding For County ClerkWS Tjnsley For County Attorneyc E Smith I For SheriffT H Black For AsseSsorBernard Felix For School SuptHenry Leach For Jailer W P Mldklff For SurveyorC S Moxley For CoronerDr A B Riley FOR MAGISTRATE 1 Hartford District B S Chamber Un 2 Beaver Dam District O E Scott 8 Rockport DistrictJohn H Miles 4 Centertown DlstrlctJ C Jack eon 6 Rosine District M C Cook U Sulphur Springs DlstrlctJ M Graham 7 Fordsville District C V Miles B Bartlett DistrictNo nominee Mr Taft Is In the heart of the banquet belt Dr Cook has beaten Peary about a year to the box office A vote for the Republican tlcke for the county offices will be one placed In the right spot 4 Perhaps the reason poor boys sue eeed ojtener than rich ones Is the fact that they are compelled to It Is said that only 3000 Smiths at tended the Smith family reunion at Seattle The others were doubtless calling on the Joneses The latest developments In the CookPeary controversy show that the camera as well as figures can be made to jockey with the truth TThe Teddy lion Is scheduled to be the one Irresistible Christmas toy It seems that the Teddy toys al- Ways get the blgust majorities some low A writer repdlcts that Miss Mar Harriman Is to be another Hole Gould That will be a long way ahead of attempting to be a forelg princess Look for the log cabin and piss your X under It the election officers will do the count ing and you will have no reason to regret your actions The Indication for the election jot every member of the Republlca County ticket grows brighter endl day and It seems to be only a question of majorities Mr Bryan announces that he will not debate with Mr Bailey because It might hurt the chances of 11115 party What chances does Mr Bryai have reference to any way Our nolghbors over at Central CIt have nominated two tickets to lie voted for tit the November election Dr Jim Woodburn heading Pile tick ft for Mayor with Dan 1lI11tur Judge and C W Wells saloon man head the other ticket with H 13 Creel foi Judge Voters In Ohio County should not forget that they will be called UJKH this time to vote upon tho Constltu tlonal Amendment which Is known as the Good Roads Amendment and Its adoption will mean much to the State of Kentucky in the future Everyone should vote for it WO Smith Democratic nominee for legislature in Muhlenburg coun ty hns been pulled oft the tract and J F Richardson put in his stead Smith was the nominee two year agohelng then president of the Unit ed Mine Workers In District 23 and It was thought that his prestige wltl that organlzalon would make him a sure winner but Taggart was elected with ease Now that Smith Is down and out as president of District 2J the Democracy has no further use for him and he Is cast aside us a thoroughly sucked lemon Dr A B Alley has been nominated by petition to fill the vacancy on the Republican ticket for tho office of Cor over This office should always be held by a physician and Dr Riley Is well qualified and deserving of loo support of all Ohio county Republicans He promises If elected to give ueW dignity ad Importance te this offtee j falcbtiaB heretofore e akLvea Ht tie attention hytbe people bean orthe i fte+tuearWfthwklch futficfer Isf o perform even though occasion demanded It Dr Riley will be elected by Uband some majority It Pays to Be a Demagogue- No Tariff 1b111 or revenue measur o of any kind was ever bat nearjlKelly i and Hoskell ni DIngley anl McKlnley and Reed and Cannon con Unnes to form the main part of the I law It Is tie embodiment of the bee t knowledg of the constructive part j of the nation since its organization It Is not ah invention of Aldrich or any other one man It is a transcrIpt- Ion by a committee of which Aldrlcl was the heada transcription of all the partys past work oh the Protec tlye and revenue Tariff with herfl the practice on the basis of recent Industrial changes Mr Brlstow threw some nice hysterics in favor of reducing the Tariff on the lead because U occured to him that Kansas farmers used lead in painting their barn and did not produce any lend them selves By the same rule of conduc he voted to keep up the Tariff on hides because he figured that Kansas farmers raised hides and did not buy any Here is where he partedI from his creator LA Fqllette wh Insisted that hides should pome In free for fear the packers were nink ing money out of the hide business It must be thafclt pays tq be a deft agogue or so many nice men would not work at It But itc rough on the pee pleKansa City Journal PAID Mrs Buck Flener whose lllnes was mentioned in the last issue Ie ibis to be out again The Infant son of Mr George Bus S11 Is quite sick Mr Qrvllte Coy Is building a new Addition to his resilience Mrs Rosa DeWeese of Butler County is visiting her daughter 1lr8 Martha Berry at this place Mrs Nelson and children who have been visiting her parents Mr tltwoOur friend Mr Bartlett lias sold his farm and moved to TaffIMessrs Kit and have been hauling logs to Dundee returned home Saturday night Mr John Dodson went to Owens boro last Thursday Mr E E Durbin and John Bunge have moved their saw mill to Hart ford Mrs Rosa DeWeese Mrs Marths and Mary Berry were the guests uC Mrs Mary White last Wednesday- Mr Arthur and Charlie Feemste went to Sunnydale Friday Our school Is getting along nicely with Mr Ernest Duke teacher Little Miss Lillian HInes who was hurt a few days ago is getting along as well as could be expected Little Halley White infant son oC sir and Mrs W L White happens to a very painful accident last Sun day cutting his hand severely on broken glass Bro Baughns big tent meeting commenced last Saturday night at Sunnydale WHITESVILLE Too Late for Last Week Oct GD M Ferry d Cos mat was hero this week taking up the seeds left over from last spring Mrs J L Carter attended the fat at Owensboro Tuesday Mr J J Mldklff is having a nov louse erected on his farm near town Mr Oscar Taylor luis sold his tarn to Fount Smith nail will leave for the South or West soon Mr Herman Taylor has a very pair CuI wound Inflicted in his heel last week with a corn cutter and was take- en to Dr Edges office where hls wound was dressed Prof McCormack principal of the common sehol here is having a good attendance and Is well liked by all Mr James Huff has moved lute dr Owen Bartletts property Quite a number from here are attending the fair at Owensboro this week W McKlnzle Italpbe whose health has been tailing for some time will leave for Arizona or Colorado sometime next week TIle regular services were held at tho Baptist church Saturday and Sun Jay Born to Mr and Mrs Archie Tlchen m Friday a fine ten pound girl- Dr Edge attending physician Mr Robert Wells who has been uffcrlng very severely for the past six weeks of heart trouble died Sunny evening at 3 oclock and was en erred v tthe Kates burying ground ilonday WYSOX Y YDro 1 anent Sat night Suaday aRdS lflight attJie hrfl churchv- Mrs ri 4 Laura KeBiSlyj who h bee very ill is Mr Lee Kelson and Mr Jess Baggei ly went to lluhenburg fox IpraUni Saturday night Mr Evan Davenport moved ftofthlj l lac yednojsclay andCkursdayt lilshPearl Davenport went to the spelling at Oakland Friday nlgljtJi Mr Sep Taylor went to Hartford Tuesday u llrs Slbra Nelson spent Salurdaj night aSd Sunday with her mother rFaywithMrsR V Dayenport and Mr o1ui Green Visited Mrs Tom Gruff Tues day r Tl Y Davenport and Shelby Nelson went to Beaver bans Thursday Mr Jim Payton and mother returned home from Indiana last Monday where they have been visiting fort e past two weeks Mr Login Smith and family jtook dinner with Mr and Mrs W P Bennett Sunday i Mrs Mary Taylor is visiting her daughter at this writing Several from this place attended Mr Jake Showns trial at Hartford Satur day He was fined 500 and cost Mr R Y Davenport Is preparing to paint his house Mrs R V Davenport spnet lion dos with her daughter Mrs Shelby Nelson Mrs Linda Simpson moved to1 Bowl lug Green to educate her three daughters in the Normal School lI +i Miss Pearl liaggerlyl4p frdm Saturday until Monday with leer bro her Mr Cult Boggerlyr Miss Elsie Sanders IB stnylngVlth Mr Fox Brown Mrs Betsje Mary Swain Beaver Dam is visiting friends and relatlvea In this neighborhood r figHMr C Berry man gave his sister supIer S New Grocery Store I have purchnwd the grocery Interests of Messrs Dlllard Schroeter ind J K Alvey In the firm of Schroader doCo and have trans erred the stock to Union Street opposite the City Bakeryt where I have added to tf stock and ojiened up a splendid line of groceries I will keep the best In my line and sell at the lowest prices Orders by telephone glen prompt attention Goods des llvared free In Hartford Give me your orders and I will treat you right I2t4 NOAH WHITE MAG AN Oct 12 Miss Lula Mldklff and bro hers Prest and Leeman who have yphold fever are getting along nice Iy Mr C E Miller and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Almon Duke ot Palo Several from this place attended the Owensboro fair last week Mrs John Muffett and Mrs L Den- ton were the guests of relatives and frIends In Owensboro Friday and Saturday Mrs Manila Westerfield was the gu est vt relatives In Owensboro Thursday and Friday They attended the airMiss Emma Lee Wright returned home Saturday after three weeks vls It to relatives In Owensboro She was accompanied by her aunt Mrs Lucy Miller who is the guest of her sister Mrs H C Wright and family The stork made a call at Mrs Dan- Iel Mldklffs the 9th and left a buy baby Notice to Hog Raisers The A S of E Stock Committee can place two or three car loads of stock hogs weighing from 9i to 100 pounds If reported ImmediatelySILAS L B TICHENOR J M SHULTZ Stock Committee Fine Ohio County Hogs At the recent State Fair held In- entuckyI and Tennessee Bard well Barnard of McHepry Ohio County took a fine string pf premiums on their DurocJersey hogs Jn fact ery few people know that we have In Ohio county the finest breed bf JurocJerfiey hogs probably to be found In the United States This swine arm was established a few years ago by Messrs Mt M Bardwell and H R Barnard and they have built up by careful breeding a herd of several hundred hogs of this breed which can top anything jo be shown In any of the State Fairs In the United States In the Kentucky State Fair they took fourteen ribbons while in TennesseeStnteFalr they carried way sixteen ribbons and easily out lasscd all other exhibitors In their line y NOTED BY A TOURIST tome of the IQu Things That Were I Observed Abroad About halt ones time in trarellni abroad Is spent In buying stamps Xo matter bow many I put on a lettrI had no fnithlo believe that it would reach America I found that I could send n letter with one stamp on it if 1 paid enough for it also that I could get a denomination of which It wouldI take twenty In Cairo 1 put fifteen sphinxes and pyramids on tbe front ot- a letter and five on the back As for postal cards imagine asking for one in the Belgian ian iage Wercldnost rerwilglng lint it is In a Mohammedan country that ari American mind needs read justment We woke one morning in Constantinople and found our calendar nine days ahead of theirs our watches seven hours behind and the name of the month Ramadan The Mohamme dans seem to live ul to tbelr religion In a more definite way than we do and we soon learned what to expect The porter would drop ones trunk when the muezzlu called to prayer The Rxcrcdncss of animal life compelled us to walk around tbe hundreds 9f lazy dogs asleep on the sidewalk We Were required to take off our shoes in stead of our hats when entering a mosque Women were not allowed to pray because they have no souls Friday was the day for Sunday and a camera was an evil eye and could not be carried Into any sacred place Onr artist was once charged 20 cents extra for keeping an evil eye in his room all night Before the Journey ends the tourist bee lost his identity completely At first hfe is from Kalamazoo Mich then from Michigan later the Unit ed StatCl soon the States and the writer was once Introduced to a gen tleman from Tuscany as the lady from worth America Delineator Magazine THE KINGFISHER A Bird Whose Way Are Most Difficult to Observe Perhaps there is nothing in nature to observe than the ways of the kingfisher Any one may see him glancing down midstream or mak ing his sudden arrow flight from bank to bank under lbe bright June sunshine but to track him down to his secret haling place and watch him at work lain vastly more difficult thing You COme from the gold clad mend ows lntt the shady river path as Into a cathedral aisle The willows crowd down to the waters edge In the green reeds a sedge bird is fretting There Is a low twittering song of nestlings all round you And now in tbe sha diest deep of the willow wood a shrill piping note cuts the silence a flash of emerald passes a kingfisher has gone by on his way to his favorite pool A common notion Is that be sits per fectly still on some branch overhang Ing the water a picture of crafty vigil once But this is rarely if ever the ease The truth is says a writer In the London Chronicle that the kingfisher like the master be Is sets about his work with an easy surety almost a nonchalance Peering down upon him warily through the screen of branches you would judge that tbo last thing In the world be was thinking about was the gliding brown water lie low him He twirls round on his perch making his vivid green and turguolse and amber plumage scintillate like a dewdrop In the one beam c sunlight that has found him out He preens his feathers stretches a lazy wing now and again looks about him with a casual eye and tUehins If it were the merest trifling detail In lift be suddenly points his two Inch long fishing spear of a bill at the wa ter beneath him plunges and Is gone The Surer Way How cnn we Interest berT Tell lien Its a worthy cause suggested one Tell her Its getting to be a popular tad interposed a wiser bead Louis ville CourierJournal 1 COne of the luckiest things that can happen to a man is not to count on his luck New York Press NARROWS Omitted last week for want of space Rev W D Powell of Louisville State Sec of the Kentucky Baptis- Wssian Board wlll deliver two ser- I none here on the morning and after noon the third Sunday In this month jpr Powell Is a well known minister and a large crowd Is expected to turni out Dinner on the ground Some excitement was created here the fret of the week by the chase and capture of a large wild hog that had cornleldshog escaped from some stock shippers bore at the time mentioned and had been roaming about the unfenced cornfields sver sInce The chase had been kept up so long that all the dogs and men in the nelghbrhpod had gained In the pur suit Rod he wduld be eluding capture yet but for his venture before the dogb into u bog where he mired down captivePoliticsRepublic ans up this way Our candidates ar known to be fit and capable to the offices and every Republican i In line for all of them And on the end quiet three Democrats have told me that they were tired of playing a Iqslng game and were going to vote with 1s this time s 1 F Ordirance of the City Council The City Council of the City of Hart ford Kentucky do ordain as tel lows SECTION 1 That there is here by created and established a Franchise or privilege to erect operate and maintain a telephone exchange embracing central office apparatus telephone poles fixtures cables and wires through over and under the streets sidewalks and alleys of sale City of Hartford Kentucky SECTION 2 The said franchise or privilege shall continue for a period of 20 twenty years from and aftei the time the same shall take effect SECTION 3 The purchaser of salt franchise or privilege nay assign or transfer the same SECTION 4 Said poles fixtures cables and wires shall be erected ant maintained In a substantial and work manlike manner said poles shall be neatly painted and shall bo located with the leso as not to interfere gitimate entrance to any adjoining private property nor to obstruct tle free use of such streets sidewalks and alleys for the purpose of public travel SECTION 5 The purchaser of Bali franchise or privilege his successors or assigns shall promptly replace all paving and macadam that may be dis turbed by said purchaser In setting said poles and shall also at said purchasers own expense remove all dirt and debris that may arise in mak ing excavations for that pupose and all work of setting poles shall be done under the supervision of the Street Committees and It shall be the duty of such committees to see that the provisions of this ordinance are faithfully complied with SECTION C The City of Hartford Ky shall have the right to place maintain and operate its fire and police wires uponthe poles of said purchaser within the corporate Pin its of said City of Hartford Ken tucky free of charge provided said wires be located on said poles In such a way as not to interfere with the wires of said purchaser SECTION 7 The purchaser or his assignee or any person or firm that may operate under this franchise shall have the right to charge not exceed ing 125 for resident telephones and hot exceeding LGO per month for business or office telephone SECTION S Said purchaser his successors and assigns shall Indem fury the City of Hartford Ky free any and all damage that may arise from the presence of said poles fixtures cablesand wires upon along or under said streets sidewalks and alleys or from Its failure to comply with the provisions of this or dinance SECTION 9 If after said exchang Is established said purchaser his successors or assigns shall fall to perform the terms and conditions of this ordinance said City Council may af ter giving said purchaser Ills suc cessors or assigns reasonable notice of such failure and such failure Is not remedied revoke all rights and privileges granted and cause the pole wires and apparatus erected under this ordinance to be removed SECTION 10 Within fifteen 15 days after the approval and publication of this ordinance it shall be the duty of said City Council t6 advertise through Its CltyMnrshal by publishing a notice In a newspaper published in the City of Hartford Ky or by posting written or printed notices for a period of ten days In ut least three consplcloUs places In I tIER WEIGHT INCREASED FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS j Wonderful Praise Accorded v Perunathe Household Remedy Mrs Marla Goertz Orlenta if homa writes s My husband children and myself have used your medicines and weal I ways keep them in the house n cave otlnecessity I was tutored to health this medicine and Dr Hartmana In I valuable advice and books People aak ti I about me from different places and areWIsurprised that 1 can do all of my house work alone and that I was cured by the I doctor of chronic catarrh My husband was cured of asthma my daughter oflj M earache and catarrh of the stomach and dmy son of catarrh of the throat I was sick I weighed 100 pounds whenlweigh 140 I have legalned my health I cannot thank yon enough for your advice May God glvoyou a long life and bless your worka said City of Hartford Kentuckythat bids will bo publicly received for the before mentioned franchise or prlr ilege and salo Clty Marshal shall state In said advertisement the time and I place said time shall not bev later than the 25th day of November1909 when bids shall be received and said City Marshal shall according to said advertisement receive such bids and 1J report same to said City Council at its w next regular meeting and said City Council shall award said franchise or privilege to the highest and best blddersubjecthowcver to the aprov al of the said City Council Said ad vertlsement shall reserve the right to reject any and all bids Tho bidder to whom said franchise or privilege shall be awarded shall pay the amount of such bids in cash or certi ned check to the Treasurer of said City of Hartford Kentucky within ten 10 days after such franchise is awardedSECTION 11 This ordinance shall take effect and be In force from and after its passage and publication I Approved October 11 1909 JAMES H WILLIAMS Mayor i GEO LEWIS Clerk I I IForSale located at Center I town Ky Apply to- E M Davos- Centertotvn I Ky iOLATON Oct 13Mrs Nellie Hall and little daughter Miss Jessie of Clifton Mills Ky left for their home Friday after 1 spending two weeks with relaUvesihere They were Fordsvllle by Mrs J F Allen I Mrs Crlt Hall is on the sick list this week I Several Olaton people attended the rain at Owensboro last week Mrs Charlie Felix and two children of Louisiana arrived here Tuesday and will be the guests of Mrs Fe lixs parents Mr and Mrs T W Dan ielMr John F Allen who was kicked I by a horse last Sunday Is improving Dr Charles W Felix will move to Olaton this week Mr J F Allen our hustling grOCery man Is having his new store house completed ready for papering this week I Notice We want all Home guards to meet In Hartford Nov 6th 1909 S Eilulf t business to be attended to W M Stevens Beaver Dam ICy r 1 Lest We ForgetWe have the most complete line of Furniture and House Furnishings in this section of the country and Iare continually adding to our stock the latest and thetmost sacred spot on earth Vo make a specialty of Sewing Machines Druggets Carpets Matting Linoleum Davenports Side Boards Writing Desks Bed Room Suites Odd Dressers Wash Stands Chiffioniers Hall Trees Go Carts Kitchencabinets Safes Cupboards Trunks Suit CasesIChina and Glassware THiware Enamel I a14Chairsfirstclass Furniture Stors I I Schroader CoI ir FurniturePa I L House mHarlfordJi t S I t Vo r tj r lord f T0 the TeachersIt has been our pleasure in the past to have the Teachers to visitTuswhile at tending the Institute This year we of fer aSPECIAL INVITATION TO CALL and SEE US Our reasons for so doing h are many We want to know you bet terwe want you to know us better We want to show you the cheapest line of Ladies Tailored Suits Skirts Waists Millinery Cloaks Dress Goods Mens Suits Overcoats Shoes Shirts Neck wear Etc ever shown here If our prices are right and our styles what you want we shall be delIghted to selland if you do not care to buy we willagain thik you for permitting us to show you our stock G Hartford Republicant FRIDAY OCTOBER 16 1111 nolsCen tral Rail roadTI me Table At Beaver Dam Ky I North BOMlid Honn Uonnd- No18ldue408am No181dulliesa- mNolldu1t Op m No tot rise 248 p m 10102 dns48pm No 131da8- 45pmDENTISTRY Drs lIardln Bell have opened a brand new Dental office over the Re publican office In Hartford All the latest methods In dentistry We make teeth without the use of the plate We use the highest grade of mater- Ial and furnish the highest class of work We guarantee all of ours work Call and see us- Cpnsultation and Examination Free Phone 218 Bring me your eggs 24q per doz en NOAH WHITE MrsA S Yewell Owensboro Is the guest ot friends In Hartford I Attorney Y LlIoseley Is quite sick at his home on Griffin street l Rev J W Druner Is at Pducah attending the Baptist Association rThe Hartford Pressing Club cleans and presses both ladles and gents wearing apparel- Attorney Eti dwho paa been through a slegaf typhQidfever was dawn In tcyvt Wednesday mlx- Jng wlthhl old friends Mr J R Phipps IOllta valuablo mule one day last week as a result pf beIng kicked by a horse It was so injured that It hado be kllled Born tothewlfoof e11yh Thy Jor Wednesdays noon a flnegirl Joe Taylorattending phyatciunyM0ln ye and JIttlo one getting along full DeTY1Jaall smiles s oj k k S 1iLL L Seventeen pounds best Granulated Sugar 100 NOAH WHITE Little Miss Margaret Taylor Beaver Dam was the guest of Mrs T M Taylor city the first ot the week Mr and Mrs J L Hansell Mal aryvllle Ind are the guests of Mrs Hansens father Rev T J Acton near Olaton W E Ellis at the Hartford Mill Cos planing min will pay the high est cash prices for eggs and all kinds of poultry Mrs W C Overhults Cedaredge Colorado arrived last evening to be the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Joe C Bennett Prof Fred G Woodburn who is teaching at Echols paid us a pleas nut call Wednesday while here attending the Teachers Institute Mrs C E Sm ilClty who has beet ill of typhoid fever and brunchal pneumonia for the past seven weeks Is slowly Improving though the fever has not yet given hway DULL DOGPUPPIES FOR SALE Make Ideal home or farm dogs Heal thy vigorous excellent strains Prices reasonable within reach of all Glad to answer Inquiries Payne Lang ley McHenry Ky Z O King will discontinue his auc tion business at Central City the sale tomorrow the 16UI being the last which he will orter iw addition to general merchandise a lair of mules wllgon and haraessBllek- ensderfer tfpewrlter and many other things of value A Marge quantity vof material for the now depot arrived one day this week and tho buliding willsoon be well under way We ate Informed by Ii prominent official of the company that Hartford will have the finest depot on any of the L I1r and St L lines with the excipUon of Owens br9 andIgndepopuoy JlUu- ctura wilt be a beauty and up to clute In an of its appointments protl S Munn hass resigned his JlosltlOlas Agency Supervisor of the 1Centueky department of the New Eng land Mutual Life Insurance Co of Boston Mass and has accepted three years contract as Principal of the Fordsvll Graded Sclfool In the place of ProtOL Shuitz who resigned to accept a position in the Oweusboro High School These are two more of Ohio countys young men who are iiaking gOod In rapid stridcerZ Rev Virgil Elgin will preach the Methodist church next Sunday an Sunday night and whl hereafter preach hero morning and night on the first and third Sundays In each monthHartford Local No 604 of th American Society of Equity Is caned to meet at Hartford Saturday Oct 16 1909 at2 oolock p m for the purpose of transacting important bus mess Every member of the local Is urged to be present F W PIRTLE Prest Mrs Aqullla Ann Martin widow o Mr Harrison Martin deceased died at her residence two miles south of Beaver Dam Monday night She had reached an age of about three score and ten years and her husband pre ceded her In death some 20 years ago She was suffering from the IntlIDll ties of age but It 3s thought her death was hastened by a fall she got from II horse two weeks ago Her remain were Interred In the Paxton come tery services being conducted by Rev R D Bennett She was a good wo man and highly esteemed K YSOX Oct 1301c1 jack frost with a sprinkle of Ice gave us all a call last night Farmers In this community are busy sowing wheat Miss Mary Denton Is visiting In Mtthlenberg county this week Mrs E R WJ1Ilams and daughter Jiirs Maggie Mrs John Benton and children Mrs Rhodan Swain were the guest of Mrs W P Bennett last SaturdayMrs V Davenport and daughter Miss Pearl and Miss Tena Daughn visited Mrs J F Knight from Friday until Sunday The pound suplner at Mr Cline Der rymans given In honor of Mlss Ef tie Ferrymans birthday was quite a success Those present were Mlsso Mamie Taylor Nora Taylor Powell JonesEWe l1errmanKltty Derryman Lou Derrman Mary Benton Minnie Denton Ethel Taylor Edith Taylor Pearl Davenport Carrie Hill Susan Elliott Martha Elllutt Tena Baugh Gertrude Daugh Sallie Baugh Loretta Dough Messrs Cleve Taylor Thomas Taylor H T Leach Edgar Taylor Marvin Taylor 011 Daugh- t Clark Elliott Cyrus Williams Ed Crunk George Crpnk Palace Daven port Charles Campfleld Willie Lee Henry Casey Gus Denton Roy New ton all report a nice time Mrs Rhodan Swain Beaver Dam visited Mrs John Denton of this place last week Mr A J Davenport went to Hartford Monday Mrs Laura Kennedy Is ill at this writingMr Y Davenport Is having ilia house painted Mr Evan Davenport moved to his new home last week Mrs Ruth Whitson of Paradise Is visiting Miss Carrie Hill this week HERBERT Oct 12Farmers are very busy sowing rye grass etc Mr Henry Chambers and Misses Mary Chambers and Bee Miller went to Thruston yesterday to see Mr Herbert Haynes who Is very low with consumption He returned from Colorado Saturday Mr Rtchle Burton Owonsborovis- ited relatives here Sunday Misses Myrtle Durdett and Sallie Ford visited Mss Catsle Eln Sat urday night Mr Isaac Crowo Is very sick Announcements are out for the mar rlage of Miss Mahel Miller uf this place to Mr Forrest Chambers of Hickman county November 2nd at Panther Creek churchrMrs Dave Bartlett and children of Whltesvllle are the guests of Mr D A 3hillerMr Durdett Is expected home from Bowling Green College thl weekMrs J L Graham Masonville Mr and Mrs Harry Givens and Master Joe Bennett Owgnsboro Mr and Mrs Pole Gilmore of Fordsvhle visited the families uf D A Miller last tb4familtes of IDA and R M Miller lost week irand Mrs Charles W Phillips and son James visited here last WednnesdayAlr Milligan was the guest of relatives here last week enroute to LaSalle Colorado where be will make his home ltf Frank Head of Yelvington Is visiting his sister Mrs J W Ford The neighbors and friends of Mrs Amanda stewart gave her a surprise birthday dinner the 3rd of this month Quite n crowd was present and a tine dinner served Mrs Sallie Morris and Mr Arthur MilligAn of Ensor spent several days with relatives here lst week Mrs Hardln Floyd Mrs Alice Husk and daughter spent yesterday at Mr Carl Floyds near West Point Miss Mary Lambert the teacher at this place Is gttendingthe lnstltute- stHartford this week w STAGEIA Tragedy of the Olden Days In New York City A good many years ago long before akysrraimrs und rapid transit were tbought of and New York ryas just a aeIItor that was ghastly enough to cur die the blood uf Ibo wont Ikeptlcal nod to keep people of nervous tempera nlgbts1blt ot a slimmer night a husband and wife returning home from the theater entered n Fifth sveane stage far downtown and for many blocks were the only oceupaota howfever the singe Clime to no abrupt Slop the door was opened and three young men entered One of the three hod pldenlly been drinking heavily fdr his companions were obliged help him to his seat The door toI rlased behind them und the stage tinuPl1 Its Journey AIHlllt ten blocksnorthwurdI the yang men rose and bidding his friends good night stopped the stage and alighted A few mInutes later the second of the three sold Well I good night Dick pulled the strap tttlPPld to the sidewalk and walked streelSjThpreIHlllballlJallli wilt and the young man who WIIS olllously under the lollu eoce of liquor and who sat in a crouching attitude In n corner of the I siege under the dim Illckering lamp After a time the husband noticed that the young wans head seemed to I bl drooping as if In sleep and fearing- that be might be borne beyond his destination he rose tapped him on the shoulder and called attention to the nuwber of the street they bad Just passed here was no response and Ilnnllogout here I She began to protest but be simply repented the words pulled the strap and helped her to alight All they stool under the corner lamppost she turned questioningly and asked hint why he Insisted on their getting out of the bus so tar below their destlnu- tlon Because he replied that young mans throat was cut from ear to ear HORSESHOE LUCK An Old Myth That Goes Back to the Greeks and Their Sea or all the emblems for GodIthe horseshoe stands among Everybody knows It Is unlucky to PISS a horseshoe on the road without pick- Ing It up It Is a luck emblem of rite greatest power We are Indebted fur this statement to old tales centuries In age that have descended from futher- to son from mother to daughter through the years The old myths repay research The luckot the horseshoe has a most reo- speclilble beginning It Is traced to the religion ot the old Greeks and their sea god Poseidon who was identical with the Roman sea god Neptune To Poseidon horses were sacred and to hint they were sacrllled Poseidon was believed to have created the tlrst horse when he struck the ground with his trident and a horse sprang front the hole which afterward became I spring The sea god was the lord oC- sprlojtll To him all springs were ascribed In the shape ot a horse bt sometimes wandered by the shores of his ocean domain and where he struck his boots deeply there the waters gushed out and permanent springs were found This Is the reason why horseshoes are reckoned lucky Going to the root of the lusher one sees Ii nature myth ns the root principle From the sea all rata comes and to the sell nit springs owe primal origin and to the ruin and the fresh waters sea derived we owe all tertlllty on earth line old Greeks therefore worshiped Poseidon as the fortune giver through his springs They gave him horses bis precious beasts and theY adored the tocaprlnts or horses when they found theft for they might bl the very foot prints of the god himself Wben the horses came to be shod Ibo transition or the lurk emblem from the tootprlut itself to the shoe mark prue- tlcally the same thing was easy leitl1Suli the winged horse from whose hoofs the water springs Jushlll copiously when he came to earth has been credited with the origin of the horseshoe lurk rho horsesboe was a specitlc against earthquakes It would keep a house safe from harm by earth shaking Again one perelves the sea myth 1oseldnn wns the shaker or the earth Team Owners Gazette Obeying the Autocrat That tine old New Enrlllnder Dr Oliver Wendell h7olmes laid down the rule that the law of the road entities n man to two looks Ht every pretty woman This fair and proper limit provoke no complaint In Kansns City and It is not commonly exeeeded though wp would have to go far atleld to Ilnd II locality with more women worth looking lIt than Ire seenon the streets or Kansas City every day Kansas City rimes Had All the Others Were you ever In 10vfT asked the sweet roung thins No replied the bachelor hut you rant ntentlun any other fsshlonablt disease that 1 hovent budDetrult Free Press Wanted Harmony Soda Fountain AttendantWhat 61- ror plense tUlly Young ThingHave ron utiything hi pink to match thin own Hurpers Weekly t I WelcomeTeachers of Ohio county There is no nobler profession than yours On you depends the future intelligence and prosperity of our land We invite you to make our store your headquarters Dropin1 SI to our store some day when you have a few minutes time Take a look at our styles leathers and shapes Permit us to show you shoes that are different We want the business of the welldressed man and can please you for we conduct a mens store devoted exclusively to high grade mens shoe fashions DEPEND ON Barnard CO Hartford Ky RENDER Oct 12Mr aud Mrs II w Cun- anins Dundee were hero lat WI1- uesdar the guests of their daughter Mrs wII longford S A Dratcher of Hartford was here last Wednesday Fred Martin of Taylor Mines and J H Brown of Central City were hero last Thursday Miss Maude Taylor of Beaver 1am was here lost Thursday the guest of Mss Katherine Dean E M Lmnastus and Wm Gaither attended the Owensburo fair Itist Thursday J C Caulpheil of Central Cltranll F O Allen of Rosine were Illle Friday J W Mercer went to Ben vel iam Friday Berry llimlln and sister Mlss Itrr- lhn and Mrs Belle Parsuns amid sons Oscar nllli Clarauce ntteuded Ibo Ow ensboru fair Friday mind Saturday II II Garrett WllIt to Simmons Saturday Wlllillm Ilnrdln went to Ileaufield Saturday Messrs J W Baker and E II- lIardln and harry Draper IIItfntied the Ouenslroro fall Saturday mind returned home Sunday Mr anti Mrs n E Kinnfson and Mrs S rJJnniilltus went to Ietehr- lllll Suuddytry Thero w tape II crowd went from here 1 lne Sunday to attend the tI d1atlon services of time sew Methodist church Mr and Mrs J I Neighbors of Bearer Dant were here last Sunday the guest of Mrs Neighbors parents Mr and Mrs J Francis S F ituwey of Central City were here yesterday Simon Jones was In Hllrt ford on business yesterday Misses Sudo Tuylur and Edna WII lIamll ot Denver Dam were here to day I Frances left for tenmessee tu dayBorn to the wife of E E Burton today a 12 Imund boy Mother and child doing well Ed Is all smiles ProtoC K Carson Is attending the teachers Institute In Hartford this week T O Baker Is on the sick list lit this wrking- a FortyFourth Convention Of the Kentucky Sunday School Association Owenshoro October 22 24 1909 Railroad FareThe fare will be one fare plus twnetyfive cents for round trip except over the L n St L Dates of salo October 20 21 sad 2- J909 Pickets good to leave Owens horo not later than midnight October 251909 See your railroad agent at once about this fare as these tick eta will not he Fold train nil sta- tiorns CredentialsSecure credentials from your county presideft or county secretary Every school Is entitled to one delegate for each JOO of Its enrollment Each county is ell titled to ten dtltgahs nt large En- tertalnnmentAll delegates will receive free ontertalnlllullt Qn the 4larvard- planlodging amid breakfast Send In your name to Mr Will T Sweeney at once If you desire entertainment and he will a lgn you to your place of entertainment teglsttattonEach delegate Is expected to enroll and pay a fee of 100 Select your delegates now Dc sure your school Is well rep resented Card of Thanks We IItslre to express our heartfelt thanks to those who so kindly assisted us In our sad berenvenumt In the loss of our dear son Guy Lynn Shaver who wall so suddenly taken trout us We wont to especially re member our reigbbors andtrlends for the many flowers spread upon little Guy Lynns grave These kindly remembrances will eve be treasured by us mud our prayer Is that none of yoti or yours will ever have such A sad mistorlune befall your W I Shaver and Wife Tickling in the ThroatII Just a little tickling in the throat Is that what troubles you But it hangs on Cant get rid of it Home rem edies dont take hold You need something strongera regular medicine a doctors medicine Ayers Cherry Pectoral contains healing quieting and soothing proper ties of the highest order Ask your doctor about this No alcohol in this cough medicine j C Ayer Co owdMass Constipation positively prevents good health Then why allow It to continue An active IIverlsagreat preventive ofdlseue Ayers Pills trelivcr piUs Vhlt doeS your doctor 53 j A WHAT ISJOKE It la a Serious Business to the Man Who Concocts It Tberes one thing t thought I knew but Ondl dont know said Tommy Wbat Is II joker Father pricked up his ears hs It were A Joke bo said slowly Is lIJometblng Its onlerthtnks Is funny but nobody else does That explains It then Today I said an awful quaint thing Mother bad u lot of women bore and they talked about clothes I sold A womans mind Is always on clothes When sbe alnt talking through her bat sbes laughing up her sleeve But no one laughed and I read that ono too Tell mo a joke It I were to MY when 1 came home from visiting the cemetery that I had returned from the dead that would be a joke Is that a practical joker It Is not Its a grave joke Wbats n practical joku1 It your mother just before going oat shopping asked for money and I gave her all she wanted Do you like practcul jokes Not when theyre as practical as that Does every one like jokes Few people do Most think It Is more blessed to give than to receive Then people cant take a joke There are some who cant Editors for Instance rarely take u joke Does any one make money from the writing ot jokes Only the papermnkers and the postal department ot the government Must a joke be funny to be a joker Few are Then some are serious Not exactly But It you refer to nIsexton as a man of grave cares might think you Intended to be jocu i tarIs a pun like n joker I Nothing at nil A man who makes a joke Is an Idiot whereas II man who makes a pun Is a criminal Then the man who writes what he thinks are jokes Is II funny fellow No It Is a serious business with him ne has his ups and downs Yes Ue gets up courage tbenrI to editors and gets turned them Youre not referring to the man who writes the column in the papers every day Surely life Is one joke with him No It Isnt no thinks hes a bu morlst but hes II pessimist nod rather be a bodcarrler Why does a bodcarrler make more money r- Well he has a habit or climbing and often goes higher Besides the out door work Is lInt joke bealtblerINot when II1lmarks are intended for publication i and that 1 have many friends who write Besides 1 joke or two myself lbUadelpblltI 1t L The Onto Knew the to fondantJrou bay al34alr trial The prosecuting attorney has i iJy drcumstantial evidence that can nol that J oLv llll I nr wnT8chlcktD 7ubp bn the night I that his hens disappeared and your attorney lu his speech has practically admitted that the theory ot the prose cutloo Is true Hare you anything to I say before tho court pronounces It- dfCj8I9n1 + auw4lJ- edgee 1snld EliJah rising politely aU ls sot to say Is dls 1 dont know much about do law but I does know heahsay cum ence Isnt good nu all deco lawyehs says Is heabsay I oughter know fob I uz de only man In that chicken coop dot night nn ls denied It raisin erlongClIlcao Post An Apology A London journal snvs that n lively discussion once took place In u town council In the north ot uJhllI11 One thllll led to another till one of the disputants gave smother the lie dlrlCt The Insulted party rushed forward and the pnlr cllllchltl 1t that mo went till lInt usnu Ixelalllllll I re j Iterate that you are a liar To the astonishment ot ever one the aggrieve- ed party let go Ills hold 9h wellI he said In that case 1 accept the apology If n man says he reiterates that is nil any gentleman cnn ask lie did not understand why the bystnlldi era laughed hut the light was otIIAnything to Oblige I While crossing the ocean the two sprightly children or very seasick par eats were scampering around the deckI Tom dear snlll the mother a weary voice the children are too near I the railing But ho was too 111 to no flee and In sheer desperation his wife nudged him on the arm Speak to them Tom she said tlllntly With n Wan smtlo ho lifted his bead and said Ebhow do you doLad- ies nome Journal Village Gossip Is Squire Whetstone considerate or lamb anImals I dont know bow ho treats em answered SI Slmling but he certain lr speaks mighty kind otem when hes englneerln a boss tradeWashlIngton Star Hilarious ClarenceIm going to ask old Vftn sour for his daughters blind What s R good way to begin Algyoh sptin a few other jokes onn hIm first and sel bow ho takes themExchange s Despotism may wlth t tnlth but liberty cannotDaTaaueyUletali i AVI Three Royal Tout The Grevll dells this story or Eing William IV of England and the Duke ot Cumberland his brother During dinner loud voices were heard WhIch soon became more vehement Both brothers had arunk more than usual and the duke had lost his temper and his bend Then for the first Ume KIng William sue petted the Idea which from that tluio was never out ot Duke Ernests mind thnt ho ought to he the next king ot England should no male children sur rive hla brother Wllllam IY The duke rising said CaUln the suit dam proposing a toast The kings health God save the king The suit came In and drank It Then the duke said May I also sir propose the next toast Xame It your grace replied tim king The kings heir proudly said the duke and God bless him A dead silence followed Then the king collecting all his energies and wits stood up and called out The kings heir God bless her Then throwing the glass over his shouldeP- ho turned to Ills brother and exclaimed My crown came With a lass and my crown will go to a lass Every ono noticed that the duke mild not drink the toast Un let the room abruptlyI A Kind Hearted A surprising experienceWalterIn lady who received a table etiquette She is sutllclently tree trout vaulty to tell the story herself She says I know that I um not a person ot impressive appearance I am inclined to be short and stout and to dress plainly Still I had hoped that I had lID air ot acquaintance with polite so ciety But now I shall be more modest than ever In my Idea ot the Impes- slou I make upon strange- rsi ray first maul at the hotel where I passed last summer I was pleased with the face ot my walter It was radiant with kindliness and good nature I begun my dinner with soup und fish As the walter set them In front ot me lie glanced at the persons of fashionable appearance who were my neighbors nt table Ills kind heart was suddenly struck with the tear that I might make an unfortunate impression on them He bent down and whispered In my ear Eat your uoup first- Grooming Anciently man thought more highly of his horse than of his womenkind But woman as It chanced was crafty Why does he esteem his horse beyond his wife she naked herself and resolutely fared the task ot finding out Her first answer was Tim horse will carry a heavier load lIcr next The horse doesnt talk back at him Hut neither ot these somehow 1m pressed her ns being correct Most likely she declared at length its il the grooming Well Ill just be well groomed myself and see It was a lucky guess and from that time forward womans position rose relatively unUlln our day the horse theiI 1 l iADarlings Dulr motherItender feelings Instead ot punishing them It you are so naughty you will grieve mamma so that she will get Ill and have to lie In bed In n dark room and take nasty medicine and then she map mile and have to be taken away out to the cemetery and be burled and o r The child had become more solemn hut an angelic smile overspread his face at his mousers last words and throwing his arms about her neck he- exelnlmed Oh mamma and may I sit beside the concbmnn1London Queen The Age of Man It III generally admitted by scientists I that uieu lived UI1 the earth contempo rsuteously with the big nosed rhnoc eras which became extinct about the I ieglnnlug ot the glacial period That llrlod so high an authority I1S the late John Fiske assures us probably hl oat less thllll 310000 years ago allIi came to un cud 80000 years ago long umn existed on tin earth prior till llndal pcrlud we hurt no of knowingNew York meansI Puzzled I Mrs OallelIIo 1s that nlllu who looked nt you us It he knew you Mrs Hlghsouu IIc Is a tntuu who has done suumi professional work for me once or twice lIes n chiropodist Mrs HaswellCblropallst Oh yes 10I- IIml ot theta They dont believe In- torlurdlllntlon do theyChlcago Trlb lute To What Base Uses EtcIOne ot our State street relied n hole from n customer bearing the cryptic message Richard III act 1 11ne 188 Turning to the passage he rend Now by St Paul and next moment he had given the order Boston Transcript Useless Prayers An rernest young preacher In II reo mote country tillage concluded a long and comprehensive suppilcntlon by say lug And now let us pray for those who are dwelling In time uninhabited portions ot time eartli WIlling He Should Know A certain boastful man asserts tint he knows how to play on two cornets at once nod the neighbors snr tint howghe had hetter not try to do The man whQ l niway8 trying to- nl I out what orhlmls se- tdourhappyChlcagoItecordUeral i WomrS Secrets There is oRe titan In the United Stateiwhe has perhaps hew more romen a secrets thin any other man or WORIO is the country These secrets are not secretsof guilt or shame butt the secrets of ureriag and they have been confided to Dr R V Pierce tit the hope and pectatlbn of advice and help That few of these women have been disappointed In their ex peetatronl Is proved by the fact that ninetyelght percent of all women treated by Dr Pierce have been and altogether cured Such a record would be remarkable If the cues treat d Yfcro numbered by hundreds only But when that record applies to the treatment ofmore than haUa mIl lion women a practice of over 40 it is phenomenal and entitle Dr Pierce to the Gratitude accorded him hy women u the lint of upeeialista in th treatment of women diseases Every lick Woman may consult Dr Pierce by letter absolutely without charge All replies arc mailed sealed is perfectly plain envelopes without any printiog or advertising whatever upon them Write without tear as with out fee to Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Dr R V Pierce Prest Buffalo N Y DR PIERCES FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION IiIdCnlsos Wo1 vOD12 Htroxig- i9ioh Womoors VVoLl OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and COurierJournal 15Q THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE 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Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday everyWednesday SundayInRev T C Wilson Pastor everyfourthm Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET tOCIIITIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F AMa MondaynightW M E P Moore Secretary everythirdRoscoeRenderHartford Chapter No 84 O E Smeets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HottieRileydough River LOdge No 110 Knlghte of Pythlaa meet every Tuesday night E D Pendleton C C Roscoe Render K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T K BPlendlehnRecord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 43 L O T KMeets first Friday evening and third MrsERecorukeepoerPreston Morton Post No f a A U hold regular meeting Saturday bet the first Sunday in each month Ash RogersAditOhio Tribe No if8 Imp Order flee Men meets second and fourth Wedoes day nights In each month C E- ollorrlson SaohPnl A E Pate Chief ot Records Acmo Lodge No 339 I O 0 F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 L N Gray N D B D Sebroater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets hat Saturday night In each 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Republican build lagrFRANK L FELIX 4s Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY wm practice his profesalon In Ohli i and adjoining counties and lathe Court of Appeals trlminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office in the Her aid building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY wm practlceln the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pensions JoAlsoOffice over Williams Drug Store r ULUEAVRIN EfNEBTWOODWA- RIIIEAVRiN WOOUWARD Qtf ta aeauHARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts f Ohio county and Court of Appeal Special attention iTen criminal practice and collections Ot tics next door to Bank of Hartford YANCY LMOSLEY- ATTORNEY AT LAw HARTFORD KY wm practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public OffIce over FIrst Nations Dank wHHARNES M ANDERSOll BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Coaoselors at Law I HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce tht they fhave formed a partnership or the pno Iteral S street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and lltlPtlOD affecting Title to Real Estate will bis given special attention NotarY In office W H BARNES B A ANDERSON JOHN H WILSON CHAS M cltowE WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY wm Ptaottce theIr pToCS6Ionln all- the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and in the Court ot Appeals Spoobl attention gtvea ito criminal practice and to col100UOOs Office on Main St opposite Court House and TRADEMARK prompti7 obtalnd In PATENTSTHATrpeny IUlIILelp you ID 111 ecea send model photo orketen for FREE report RPASSINGnook Oil rtoelble DI writ to rBOBOB Seventh StreetWASHINGTON C KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PRICEFORFrse AND ALLTHROAT AND lUNITIOUBLEI BATTISFAOTQoa Z DU o mWd4 tteereportIreCOUNTRIESJTula tileswga Joflrfarpakf i taeWrnrorcoom+ Jo I err raat3 unit opp ValIo4 uttu hbat Oaee t WASHINGTON D C Utb E ii hllSh WasOna One othoQualnt Char WashingtoncaM traveler edltress und lntervlewer- was for mlUlYyears a familiar tgure trottingindomltably poor very persistent often trouble quailtleetrisected There Is given In the story of her delightfulMadison and tile wife The contrast between the gmclous mature beauty ot charming Dolly Madison eleganttn funnyIIttloquoted skirts and ridiculous wadded bonnet could scarcely hAve been en lanced As usual old Anne Royall had tramp edtto save rarriage hire as usual her eIWand probably none too welcome to Ina hosts was to secure ftn interview anti use a descriptive background nut Dolly Madison saw In the absurd ln- qulsllive bespattered person before her neither the reporter nor the guy otsly an aged and weary woman who bringhocpty stooped and retied her loosened shoe lures and wiped tile Vlrglnlll mud trim the tired old feet Jt Is small wonder that Mrs Roynlls- cktbes weto queer She was scarcely of a bent of mind frivolously to pursue ttie fashions had she had the time and money but she bad neither Her paper the Huntress ot which she was owner editor and chief reporter once published conspicuously on the edl toilal page a notice which Is perhaps unqueln journalism No paper will ha leased from this ice this week We really must take ODO week once In ten years to tlx up our wardrobe which Is getting shabby Our next Issue will welcome congress t WILD GEESE They Never Feed Without Throwing Out Scouts or Sentries Some of the common sayings con oernlng birds are stupidly wrong You stupid goose is on expression oostanUy heard yet tile goose wheth er wild or tame Is most sagacious Wild geese for Instance never teed without throwing out scouts or sen tries J G Alillafs describes how ho saw a flock ot geese feeding with sen tries out and how utter a time one or the sentries went up to a bird that was feeding and gave ItJ a gentle peck on the back The latterthereupou left its grazing and went ott to take up guard while the sentry took Its turn feedx as a dove le such n common proverb that the dove halt become the emblem of peuce Quite n wis 4tahe for nit the dove and pigeon tribe are great fighters and In the breeding sClsun the cock birds Indulge In hilt lies royal The foolish prejudice against all birds ot prey Includes that pretty little hawk the kestrel Now It the kestrel wtru known Uti the mouse tnlcon It Is posslbie that keepers would not In- urlllhly shoot It on sight The kestrel lives mainly on mice and wlreworms It Is lulto Innocent of killing par trldgesIn game preserving district In southern Scotland kestrels were prnc- tlcnlly exterminated U few years ugo What was the result Over a tract of- uuutry ot 1200 square miles held mice Increased III such nnyrlads that the grazIng was absolutely ruined One shoep farmer lost 8000 In one year Exchange I The Wheel Problem Which at any given mouteut Is mov Ing furwurd tusterthe top ot a couch wheel or the bottom The answer to this question seems simple enough hut probably nine per sons out ot ten asked at random would give the wrong reply It would appear lit first sight that the top and bottom must he moving at the same ratethat Is the speed ot the carriage hut lJy a little thought It will bedls covered that the bottom ot the wheel Is la fact hy tbo direction ot Its 100- tlon around Its axis moving backward In an opposite direction to that which the carriage Is udvanclug and Is con segacntly stationary In space while the polnt on top ot the wheei Is mov tug forward with the double velocity ot Its 0WI1 motion around the axis and the speed at which the carriage moves Cutting Lord Chatham said ot the members of Lord Norths cabinet They have brought themselves There ordlnnry hr ablllh never arrives and nothing but Bret rate geniuses In Incapacity can reach Tans Is from fete trIm subtletyByron Making and Earning Money What Is the difference between making money and earning money flaked the youth- Somdlmes the difference Is n trip I to the penitentiary for counterfeiting answered the home grown philoso pherCblcago Nerve- Enlightening Rollo Father Nall little Rollo what Is tin egotist rl An egotist my son 118 burnt match that thinks It was the whole Ore works V Bhlngton Star No Dange The Tadyld buy you bundled knife for your blrtbdayfbuts lm superstitious Im tat our The ManCheer- up l No knife a woman buys could firer cut anything Oleveland Leader H THE HURRYING BARBER Speed Manifested M relh the Motion Than In thRllult Barbers remarked the mats wltb the short hall aro born unable to- hurrr Just you KG Into a shop as I did the other day wanting a hall cut and ask the barber how long It wit take Se told me Oh about twenty mlnutesl and I said to go ahead That barber honestly believed be was hurrying but he couldnt leave out those little snlpsnlps about the back ot the neck they are all so fond of doing and he had to cut the balr al- it he were chiseling priceless marble When It got to be about halt an how I said to him Youre a pretty bad judge ot time arent you Ho came back with something about not want Ing to turn out a poor job Jve known It to happen often Ir the case ot shaving When you tell a barber to hurry he dashes around or the tiled floor at Imminent risk ot fall- Ing and he splnsbes the lather Into your eyes and your mouth but the tact remains that he takes as much time as usual to rub the lather Into your taco and ns much time to shove you I begin to believe there le some sort of rule regarding time that nil barbers observe because I have timed them Once I asked a barber to hurry shaving me and ho had all the motions but took up just as much time as when ho went along at his usual gait I Imagine they believe the customer will be satlefed with the appearance ot speed and thats the reason they run around so and breathe heavily as- If winded when changing from one side ot the chair to the otherNew York Sun Children of Criminals It Is a curious tl1ctono aU at vnrl- anco with the doctrines of heredity but borne out by police recordsthat the children ot crooks of nil classes rarely turn out to be crooks themselves Deeper study ot the subject might reenl that they are possessed ot the criminal Instincts hut that the tragically close example ot the punishment and wretchedness that attend a criminal career has been a terrifying deterrent The tact at any rate remains The rogues galleries ot Scot land Yard New York and Chicago may be studied In vain for the photo graphs of a father and a sonArgo naut He Did His Part Thoroughly In order to avoid an argument with- a woman suffragist on the subject other hobby a happy bachelor gallantly acquiesced In the truth ot her assertions But sir sternly remarked the spinster your admission Is anything but creditable to you What for In stance have you ever done for the emancipation ot woman Madam responded the gentleman with a polite smile and a bow I have at least remained a buchelorl Seemed All Right Mamma why dont you want me to play with that Badger boy Because dear I know the family lie hnsnt good blood In him Why momma hes been vaccinated twice and It wouldut take either UmeJadles home Journal Notice For School Election Orders Ohio County Court Regular Term lst day 7th day ot June 19119 lion W D Taylor J O e C Presiding J W Reynolds et al for Petition c Tudgment Graded Common School election Pleasant Ridge Ky Petition to County Judge for a Grad ed Common School Pleasant Ridge Ky April 11909 To lion W W Owen Judge of the County Court of Dmless County Ky- tSirWe the undersigned petition ers being legal voters and taxpayers In the bounds hereinafter set forth Includltig parts ot both Davless and Ohio counties respectively petition that you order an election to take the sense of the legal white voters is to whether 0 Graded Common Schoo halt be establllhed and maintained by levy and collection for that purpose ot a tax of twentyfive cent on each one hundred dollars worth of property In said district oweued by white persons and by corporations a poll tax ot ono dollar on each white nhabltaut therein over twentyone years oM under Sections 100 and following of the Gammon School Law tad 4491 and following of the Ken ucky Statutes the said district tore bounded us follows vlz Beginning ot and Including J A- tohnsons faun near Ohio county line thence to anti Including Sam Stones arm thence to and Including J F Davis farm thence to and Including French Dros farm thence to and excluding Ed Andrsons farm thence to tad including Ira Dryants farm thence to and excluding J C Don arm thence to and Including J S mils farm thence up Green Briar reek to Thomas Richardsons farm thence SouthEast to the Chose farm including It thence to and Including W n Boyds farm thenco tp and Including JPuckets farm thence to And Including Larry Thorps farm thence tto and excluding JIC Den netts form thence to and including V L JllrnaginS farm thence to and Including 1ioUleMurray farm thence to and including Wuner Mor gllns farm thence tOJILS Northern ncludtng i thence t OVf Jewells farm a part of the Thes Dell farm yYA 5 including thence to and excludfng n Louis Frenchs farm thence to anc excluding G W Jewells home farm thence to the D N Graves farm1in eluding It thence to and including M T Westorfields farm thence to and Including A hunts farm thence to and including Joe C Westerfield farm thence to the beginning Approved by the County Superintendents and Trustees The foregoing proposition as contained In the above petition to establish a Graded Common School District Is hereby approved R L ALLEN County Supt for Da vless County Ky JAMES M DeWEESE County Supt to Ohio County ly We the undersigned being legal trustees ot such Common School Districts os are Indicated below witch or pacts of which are Included within the proposed Graded Common School District do hereby approve the tore going petition and the proposition therein set forth J W REYNOlDS Trustee District No 10 Dlv 6 We further represent that the foregoing boundary embraces Common School District No 10 Div Ii and parts or Nos and this petition bus the approval of a majority ot the Trstees of each or said districts and also or the County Superintendent ot Schools We designated a certain tract or parcel of land situated In the town of Pleasant RIdge County of Davless and State ot Kentucky and more particularlY described as follows Beginning at a stake In the cen ter of the Owensboro and Hartford road und corner with Dr J C Hoover and Mark Thorps lines thence South to Stevens line nine poles thence along Stevens line to the center ot thE Owensboro and Hartford road eleven poles and 10 feet thence with the Owensboro and Hartford road to the beginning containing one I qt CRESCENT CLUB BOTTLED IN BOND EXPRESS PAID sgts Sqts 1 QtI- UOO 1750 nOO half acre more or less the deed tb the same being recorded In Deed Book liB page 318 In the Daviess County Clerks office of date Juno 15 1892 as the site or the building for the proposed Graded Common School and certify that said site Is not more than two and onehalt miles from any portIon of the boundary or the pre pared district We respectfully subscribe ourselves your petitioners WI set out above this let day ot April Iy09 J W Reynolds and Ii others It appearing to the satisfaction or the Court that the foregoing petition was regularly riled at the Ap Ill 1909 term ot this the Ohio County Court and the same having lain over for moro than one month for exceptions and none having been riled or noted thereto IUd the Court be Ing sufficiently advised It Is ordered and adjudged hy the Court that the said petition he and It Is hereby granted and approveed as flied and that an election ho held for the purpose therein mentioned at the same time and dace as designated by or der of judgment ot the Davless Count Court vlz at the school house In lyIonIt Is further ordered and adjudged by the Court that sold election beheld and conducted IS per orders and judgment or the Dwless County Court I and that nothing herein shall con filet with the said judgment of the said Davless County Court und that In so far as may ho lawful the judg ment of the said Davless County Cour shall be the judGment of this Court Ordered that this action ho con tinned for report of election as pre scribed by law Pursuant to the above order I will cause a poll to be opened at the tchOll- I house In Pleasant Ridge Davless caul- ty Ky till tile purtose above set out October 16 1909 R U MARTIN S 0 CI n TIm Kind You IInvo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tiro slb1laturo of P and has been made under his per- sonalp supervision since its Infancy S n Allow no one to deeehe you In this AU Counterfeits Imitations and JustasgoOlI are hut Experiments that trlllo wltll anti endanger the health of Infants and ChIldrenExperience against ExperIment What is CASTORIA Castorln is n ltnrlnless sullstltute for Castor 011 Pare goric Drops anti Soothing Syrups It J4 Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Pevcrlslmess It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulcucy It assimilates tlto Fool regulates the StOl11adl and Bowels giving healthy ttud natural sleep The Childrens lnuucenTho Mothers Frleud GENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYSC2 he Signature ofsq 7 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNC CCNTAUR COMPANY TT NUNRYTRCCT NCW TORR CITY Subscribe for The Hartford Republican Our Express Paid Line 1lIONOGRAMBOUIIBON WE GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY WE PAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES AND SHIP FUlL MEASURR QUARTS IN PLAIN SEALED CASES On merit alone we are asking you to buy these brands The qualities are right and the prices right If your order dont please you in every way send it back The goods are guaranteed by the Internal Revenue Department the Pure Food Laws and by Us OLD CABLEKENTUCXY BOURBON In Jugs Only 2oo Per Gallon BROOKDALE RYESTRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY In Jugs OnlyI 225N 1 Qts S Qte U Qts CANADIAN WHITE RyE 350 675 1000 RED ROCK SPECIAL STRAIGHT KENTUCKY BOURBON 450 85o 1200 APPLE BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILL ING cOMPANY 300 575 85oIt It It It It It PEACH BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY 300 575 85o APRICOT BRANDyCALIFORNIA 300 575 850 APRICOT BRANDYIMPORTED 400 750 IIOO LINCOLN COUNTY TENNESSEE 300 575 8S- or FOR THE REHANDLER ALL SHIPMENTS IN PLAIN CASE OR CASK EXPRESS PREPAID BottlesBattles TENNESSEE WIlISKEY Unlabeled 100 pints 12200 1DOO NELSON COUNTY KENTUCKY WUISKEY Unlabeled lot pints 2700 too PRIVATE STOCK RYE Labeled 100 pints 3000 9750 SHADY SPIUNGS STIUIGIIT WIUSKEY 100 pinta 8360 3000 OLD DOMINION WIUTJI RYB 100 pints 3760 3100 ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR GUARANTEE WE have deposited 100000 with the City National Bank of Paducah Ky and 100000 with the Com mercial Trust Savings Bank of Memphis Tenn which amount will be paid to any party who receives a bottle of OLD McHANEYor SMOKY MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY from us original seal intact that is not exactly as we represent itONE HUNDRED PROOF A STANDARD GALLON MEAS URE ABSOLUTELY PURE WE PAY THE EXPRESS One Gnl Two Gall Three Onle Old folleney Whiskey 200 3575 58550 Smoky Mountain Corn WMllkeT 280 550 825 Unadulterated Unwenkenedas pure and healthful as sunlight TRY THEMthats all wo ask Even the galionbottle in which these goods are shipped is an article you will value and find many uses for 1300 Iqts IDOUIIIION MOSS ROSE RYE SECT IN OUR STOCK EXPRESS PAID 4gte eats Irgts 1550 11050 1600 I IREMIT BY MONEY ORDER EXCHANGE OR REGISTERED LETTER LCEORCEB COODNAN COMPTlncorpo- ratedfl 201203205 Lower Second Street EVANSVILLE INDIANA a f Theonly Baling Powder made from RQyl Grape Cretan of Tartar BakingPowder Absolutely THE STAGE IN JAPAN Origin of the Drama Woman Arduous Preparations of Dress There Is a legend lu Japan bat the theater lint Us origin In that country in the ninth century by reason of an earthquake which took place lu the province of Ytuuulo A large crevice was formed by reason of the upheaval from which emanated poisonous vapors which spread death and destruction all around An awful scourge was the result until the priests conceived the Idea of performing a symbolic dance of Incantation on the grass covered I hill outside the temple As If by magic tbo death vapors vanished and peace and happiness were restored to conclndesltbatinated The Japanese word for then ter sblbalya Is supposed to have come from lu origin nblbal meaning sod and ya a house I In Japan when a Japanese lady In tends to go to the theater she Is called upon the day previous by u hatrdress er to build up the artificial structure which Is the pride of every Japanese highborn lady This necessitates her spending the night lu her state dresit reclining her head on a wooden block railed ruakimi A few hours before going to the theater she covers her lips with a thin layer of gold at It takes several hours for this paint to change lute the cherry color which lends charm to the nrtitictal white complexion of the face As a mlu Japanese performances last from 0 a m to I p uu although certain historical dramas which follow the life of the tiara through all his vicissitudes to Ills death go ou for sew anti days In Japan officially the social position of the actura Is that of the lowest class of society but In reality they OilI joy great consideration and arc Idol ized by the general public Washing ton Post HUGO AS AN ARTIST The Great French Writers Opinion of His Own Drawings When Victor Hugos Marlon Do lorui was rend before the troupe of the IorteSiilntMartln theater theI actor Iaferrlire then u young protested against the Insignificant role assigned him In which he would have only ten lines to recite lingo promptly reduced him to silence by thunder lug Ten linen of Victor HIIRO lire something not to be refused for they fiidure lingo attached a similar ex aggerated significance to everything ha did and to every object that was In any wny associated with him For Instance lie considered his draw tugs which wore fur the must commonplace enough of sulllclent partI portance to nuke them the Htibjeet tostnmcntnry provision In his will III Aug 31 1SS1 he wrote I give III drawings and everything which shall bo drawn by nu 16 tin National 11 brary of Carl which will be one day tile Library of the United Stales Europe otI HuiroH dri vvln s err said to been produced more often than not In lhn followliiK manner If It blot of Ink chanced to fall on his peeper while IllI held his IHU aloft In quest of a wotl or rhyme he enlarged tin spot nil santmltidedl und made mldltloim to It lust hid tlvriy under the Intlneme uf a yperles of KUlH nvcIiiit diet tluh un nil he had pixnliiciMl n HlnUter immii I fight HtTiiit or H venerable Imurg dom tinting with Its bristling rules till JliuiMrrlng writers of n river of kgond lie elaborated with great aim however during his Irksome exile at OufniKo certelncrude Impression he had trniiHfurrod to his sketchbook durIng his Journeys In the valley of the Uhlne Kiirthermore being a great laver of children he drew llgurca of the most estrnvngnnt sort for the iniuoinetit of the young people of hln housohold Alvun lt Sauboni lu nook WilL s Ending a Letter The simplicity of Yours ns a letter ending would have astounded Jeremy Taylor whose letters to John Evelyn often wind up with perfect triumphs of complexity In I Ills respect Ills beat t grejfheartinessjeer sir your obliged and tuost aiTeca tlonhte and endeared friend and ant or Your very affeetionateYrlend- and hearty servant Kven luhls JhQJ cat perorations of the kuuLtho nrtIno man woman or would combine these two at tho end at n letter today London Tatter A Division of Labor The following dialogue at the Bow county court deserves to be recorded WitnessOne day 1 had some shrimps to sell and I asked the plain pushtbut If you like Ill come along with you and holler- Counsel1Vhy was that WitnessWell Its like this sir A man can often shout when be cant inove London News Unreasonable Your baby cries u great deal at ltrihlmJiConCound peo pie as you havent any right to live U a flat Chicago HecordHcrald ILadies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club o For Sale Twenty five acres of first class Rough river bottoms three mute West from Hartford 25 per acre take It Apply to or address A A SHEFFIELD HartfordKy Ordinance The City Council of Hartford Kentucky do ordiln as follows That the lot or parcel of land lying between the property of W H Grit fin and Mrs S T Stevens on Main street trod fronting Cli feet on Main street and running brick 108 feet to Peach Alley un Account of Its Inca tion and tho private property stir rounding the sold property cannot beneficially fur public pur 11018111111111 Is not used fur public pur poses and there Is no prospect of It MJ being used In the future It Is therefore deemed and declared by the City Council for the bet interest of the said City of Hartford that wild lot bo leased to the high est told best bidder fur a period of nlnetynliie ycnrsnnd C JI Darnel K K Dlrkhead and Mayor William are appointed Committee to receive bidsfor I hit purchntc of said lease property and they will give written notices of said lousing Staid notices to be posted up In three ur more public places In said town frat least five days before wild 6 slug and they will sell sold lease to the highest and bent bidder fur cast- the power bpltig reserved to said committee in their sound discretion to reject any or all bide and whlJn said wile has been made fled approv ed by said Committee the proper nu thorltlee of the town nro authorized and directed to inuku deed uf approved to sane to the party whose loasI Approved October 12 1UOD JAMES II WILJIAMS Mayor CEO LEWIS CLERK Public Sale nllrocJersey Swine At 1uIIKy Nov Mh 1000 CO head ctnHlblng of spring guts and boars yearling i JlremUDlIlIthan A credit uf C months will hI given I mrue81Curllllhlng nt ut Call ou us catalogue Uardwull and Barnard 1113 McHeary Ky JLastCallfor Taxes Your town taxes roust be paid at once or I ehail bo corapollwl to make levy by November 1st s S T IlAiriNETT Collector 1 I Oraiaiiace of City CoMipil The tyCoancil of the City of Hart ford Kentucky do brdalnas fol l 8ISECTION 1 That a concrete pave went of not less than 6 feet in width bo constructed on the south side of Washington street beginning at a point where Market street intersects I Washington street at the northeast Couilt Jail lot jllllilotWashington street a distance of 193 feet t o Main street and said pavement to be built onthe following grad or datum line Beginning at the Intersection of Main and Washing ton streets s w corner of said Ohio County Jail lot at station Zero where the grade is 100 thence east to sta tion Zero plus 48 where the grade IB 10190 thence to station 2 where the grade is 103CO thence to station 3 where the grade Is 10520 thence to station 4 where the grade Is 107 SECTION 2 That a concrete pavement not less than five feet wide be constructed on the west side of Main street beginning at tho east corner of Dr E W Fords property at the Intersection of Main and Walnut street I and extending lu a Northernly direction continuous to the property of said Ford I and fronting and abutting on Main street feet to the property of Mrs S T Stevens thence In same direction in front of and contiguous to tho property of Mrs S T Stevens and abutting on said street feet to Cherry alloy thence in same direction and crossing said alley and In front of and contiguous to the property of John A Duke and front ing and abutting on said street feet to the property of W H Griffin Said pavement to be constructed on the following grade Beginning at the property line between the prop erty of W H Griffin and said John A Duke ou Main street at station 1 plus 36 the grade is 0720 at sta tion 2 the grade Is 10810 at station 2 plus 14th the grade is 10841 atI station plus 23 s the grade Is at station 3 the grade IB 10849 at station 3 plus 32 the grade to 10841 at station 4 the grade is 10i17oat station 4 plus 38 the grade is 10671 said last fetation being at the later section of Main and Walnut streets at the east corner of said Fords proP erty SECTION 3 That a concrete pave mentnot less than 5 feet In width be constructed on the east side of Main street beginning at the intersection of Washington and Main streets at the comer of the old Jail lot thence In the direction of Walnut street and on the east side pf Main street with the property of the Ohio County Jail lot and contiguous to same and front ing and abutting on Main street a dIst- ance of 214 s feet to Cherry alley thence in same direction and across said alley to the property of Maggie Nail Mary Nail and Jessie Nail and thence in front of said property and contiguous to same and fronting and abutting on said street In same direc tion 21415 feet to Walnut stet That said concrete pavement be construct ed on the following grade or datum line Raglnnlng at the intersection of Washington street with Main street at the corner of said Jail lot at station Zero where the grade is 100 at station J the grade Is 10276 at station 2 the grade is 10549 at station 2 plus 1434 the grade Is 10548 at sta tion 2 plus 23 the grade is 10554 at station 3 the grade is 10664 at station 4y the grade is 10434 at sta tion 4 plus 38 where Main intersects Walnut streett the grade is 10304 SECTION 4 That all of said con crete pavements ordered to be made and constructed under the provisions of this ordinance shall be constructed according to the following specifica tions towIt There shall be a foun dation of cinders or gravel well and compactly tamped of 3 inches in thickness upon which there shall be laid concrete composed of one part best Portland cement three parts sand and five parts rock and top dressing of lime stone dust in proportion to one part limestone three parts best Portland cement and to be one inch thick SECTION 6 Thatif any of the property or land owners whose property front and abutt on the streets and alleys where side walks or pave mends are ordered and directed to be constructed by this ordinance as set 6ut in sections 12 34 and 6 tall or refuse to make The sidewalks as order ed land directed herin on pr before I the 1st slay of November 19Q9 after the enactment and publication of this ordinance it shall be the duty of the Marshal of said town to select and ap- poInt three sober dfscreetn intelligent and disinterested houskeepers who af ter being first duly sworn by the May or or some other officer authorized by law to administer aft oath to f lthfuUt discharge their duties shall give to each delinquent abutting and front- Ing land owner who has failed and refused to comply with this ordinance written notice that they will go upon and assess separately the full value of each lot or portion of lots whose owners fall or refuse to comply with this ordinance in proportion to the frontage of said lot or lots on said street to the entire length of the whole improvement ordained to be mafj not to exceed a square to cover the I expenses of the construction of lho work Said appraisers or assessors shall report their assessment or val uation in writing to the City Coun cil and said Marshall or supervisors of streets shall advertise the letting of each Job of unconstructed sidewalk as may remain unimproved and un constructed as above provided herein to be let on a day not more than fit teen days after the report of the ap praisers herein to the lowest and best bidder He will give due no tice of the letting of such work by advertising same to be taken separately or as a whole as he deems best to the said lowest and best bidder by publication in a newspaper pub lished in said city at least fifteen days before said day of letting lIe will require of the contractor or said work to enter into a written contract with the City Council of said town L f ia xwhTclxjtfcit specifications herefrffc and all of said pave meats shall be Inserted from such pavements js he snail By his contract undertake to 9i lllfUCt He shall furnish good and sufficient securitty to be approved by an order of the City Council to faithfully perform hill said contract and said constructor snail have a lien upon the property frontingiand abutting on the street where Bald jtpavement dr sidewalk Is to be con structed for the contract price of said work In the event of the failure of any otto to bid for and secure said contract or contracts the said Jj Council upon such failure will vroceea4- to make said pavements according tot the specifications contained in this or dinance retaining a lien upon said property for the expense of thee con struction thereof SECTION 6 The expense incurredin making and constructing the sidewalk or pavements and grading for same shall be paid by the owners of land fronting and abutting thereon each lot ora portion ota lot being assessed for full value thereof in proportion to the frontage thereof to the entire length of the whole Improvement not exceeding a square sufficient 10 cover the total expense of the work Approved 11th day of Oct 1909iJAMES H WILLIAMS Mayors Attest GEO IEWIS Clerk ioo Public Sale I will on Monday Nov 1st 1909 about one oclock p m offer for sale by public auction at the court houso door in Hartford Ky to the highest and best bidder a new house and lot on Clay street opposite the E D Walker place House has five large rooms a hall and two verandas Good outbuildings and barn a well of never falling water plenty of fruit trees and grape vines Lot contains 11tf acres w Terms onehalf cash and balance lu six and twelve months time with approved securityI I L T BARNARD- G B LIKENS Agt 41t3 IIII J II CIlJ DCJI QIJ I- iuarmtee 0 I MKHV J r n r 88 4 EV eSi V t t 1- i 5JEH L 00 Vsl VLLI IILJl yOU are entitled in buying Hart SchafFner Marx 88clothes to a most positive assurance of your satis faction Every dealer in our clothes is authorized 1 M- f to say this to you E8If f O i i or woolandsilk fabrics with no mercerizedor otheri cotton added 5 thoroughlyshrunkbefore cutting seams 3 sewed with pure silk thread tailre4ip clean sanitary shops and free from every defect of material orI I workmanship t More than that i the dealer is authorized to sayffeS v that iftthe clothes are not rightir not Satisfactory YClf gg money will be refunded04 r t Dart Sclaffile eit1hrx J P BARNES BROt