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Y f i I tlijnibIicaut 1d I Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TJIE PEOPLE OF OIIIO COUNTY Subscription I per year YOL XIIRIDAYOCTOBER 221909 No 14 Ic L N TOIMPOVEH- ENDERSON ROAD Curves to Be Eliminated Grades Reduced Madisonville toBe Terminal of M Hr E Which Will be OFer ated by LrH St L r Ono of the most gigantic under takings that too L and N Railroad cpmPB tits Byer undertakenon Ute Hend iiidlvdston of Its system and whichnvtlltnean an outlay ot 6000 000 on the part of the company Is assured as contracts have been awarded for the Improvement of its line in this section The work will be of such magnitude and on a scale that the public wlll bo astonished at the amount to be expended before the company is through The Improvements will be made for the purpose of increasing the efficiency of Its service and witha vlewof the state on a plane with the best In the country One of the objects of the railroad company will be to reduce its grades and ellmate curves between Guth rle and Slaughtervllie Rood bed cut ting and reducing the grades and making fills for the purpose of double tracking its system between these points will cost a vast sum The new depot of the Id H E railroad which will bo bunt in North Madleonville Will be used jointly by the L L and the- M IL E raUroada The interurban after Its arrival In thIS city tram EarUnst9n will make connections with all passenger trains on the M H E and L N railroads at the newnnlon depot which will bomod- ern In every respect This will be built near the Junction It has been decided to make Mad- isonville the terminal of the M H E railroad and HendertOn division trains will also be handled from this cityThe Shops and roundhouse will be located In North Madlsonvl1le and a large lake will be made just north of the 31 H E railroad and between thepresent main line of the L N and the now loop According Ito the plans of tho engineers the loop will cross the north east Corner of the old fair grounds and cross the M H E railroad- onefourth a mile east of the M H E junction This wlll be an Ideal place for the erection of a round house the location of shops and the lake of the company The M H E will likely be operated under the direction or the L HII St Louis railroad and president Irwlnof this road will be the- executive officer having his head quartersLouisyille A tralnmu ter will probably be located at vuis place Madisonvlllo will become the ter= minus for the division north ofI Guthrie and south of Howell ThisI will be of InestlmnblebMtefJt to the city and when the M H E 19I ready or the operations of trains aad these Improvements and completed the population bo trebled in a short time It will mean such an influ- enco of people that cannot beI imagined by the residents and j1vo the city through connection with potats north SOUth yule its ternilnudthe rollload eompan will make this p1aCo Ifs central poIntI for this territory and the city wm beIcomo a great Taliroadcenter r Esq C L Woodward DeadIMr Clayton L Woodward diedat his home in Dea Dam Tuesday morning at 83ooclock after a few days llhieas at appendicitis He had not been feeling well for several days but did not take to his bed until last I Friday A physician was called who decided that an Immediate operation waS necessarDra Ford of Harttor and AoC Foster of Owensboro were called to assist the local physicians and the operatlon waS Performed Monday afternoon when it was an trounced that his chances for recovery were alight He nevet reganled cone selouSness and passed nvarns Abovo stated In theJtresenceofhls family and t few of his He WaS Q9 years lda n a faithful member ofthedjiaptist church for lOoors having Jolned it when but a boy JIo jeaves a wife three dnugh r S J r tore and two Sens One of his sons Prof trunian Woodward Is at the head ofa college at Teintsin China The other son Wlll1am Is a civil edgineer and at present Is located i South America Funeral services wero conducted Wednesday morning at 10 oclock after which the burla- took place In the Beaver pam come tery He was one of Ohio county best citizens arid will be greatly miss ed by his family and friends NARROWS Mr and MrstS K Barrett Whites yule VIsited Mr and Mrs J H Mr = Westerfield and MissThomI Greer Ralph visited Mrs ers and family Saturday and Sunday Mr Duncan McHenry attended church here Sunday Misses Deslo and Ethel Bennett of Sunny dale visited friends hero last week Mr Jack Walker was In Owensbo- rSunda 0 Mrs Kato Danettr Philpot visited her nieco and nephew Mr and Mrs Henry Carter the first of the week Mrs Carter and little daughter ac companying her home Mr and Mrs Noah White Hartford attended church here Sunday Mr Calvyn Loyal who has been at dendlng school at Green re turned home Saturday Miss EUo Renfrew visited her aster Bessie of Botling Green last week tUss Stella Daniel Olaton visited Mr and Mrs L B Daniel Sunday The services Sunday by Rev Powell of Louisville was largely attended A nlcedlnner was served pM ANTIBRIRERY BILL 1tti PREPARED a o Makes Recipient of Money Com petent WitnessPrepared by Asst Attorney Generate Frankfort Ky Oct 19Almed at election bribers and Intended to pre vent the use of money l1t elections a bill changing the present law concern ing bribery has boon prepared by Judge T L D1akey Assistant At torney General The bill will be In troduced In the Senate by Senator A R Burnam of Richmond The mos important provision of the new bill makes the man who receives tho bribe a competent witness against the man who offers the bribe Under the present law the bribe taker is equally guilty with the bribe giver and being particeps crlmmls Js nota compe tent witness against the man who gave the bribe The following is a opy of the bill in full as it will be offered to the Legislature An Act to Prevent Bribery of Vot ersBe It enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth ot Ken lucky FlrstEvrey person who promises offers gives or causes or procures to be promisQdoffered pr gfygn any mo ey or other thing of valortenders anycontrA undertaking obligation gratuity or securitylor t1e payment of money or forthedeliv ery or conveyance of anything ot value to any voter with Intent tu tntluedce his vote at any election shall onrlnOl1ln the State penitentiary tor B period of n t less than one year nor more than rive years SecondThe voter so influenced shall be guilty of no offense and no prosecution hall beinstltllt t against him but said niter shall bea competent witness against the party parties so influencing or offer log to Influence his vote ThlrdThls act shall be given In charge by the various Circuit and Criminal judges throughtout the State at every respective term of crnzrt held in their respective counties FourthAll laws or parts of laws In conflict herewith are hereby re pealedland this act shall take effect terl passag- eHocierMerston Mr and Mrs D if Hocker f- ICollbln Ky bave announced the engagement nail coming marriage of their daughter rnss Louise David to Mr WlUalU D Mershon the happy event to take place earl In Doe ember Mies HOCker though quite young when her parents moved from Hartford to Corbin Is remembered by a host of friends whoJ lnfnex tending hQArty good wishes to her and soon lobe hUlband I I 1iJ EDIT IALI 1It Is being talked by Democrats of the county that the present Republican administration is runnIng the county In debt Of course this talk is engaged in for campaign purposes there being no foundation In 1truth for such statements We find on examination oC the records In the County Court Clerks office that an order was made by the FlscnlCourt of Ohio coun ty on the 22nd day ot November 1898 at which time lion James P Miller was Judge W A Rone T A Evans S J Weller Ed Massle and L D Taylor were Magistrates composing the Fiscal Court iii which it was adjudged that Ohio county was In debt 3000801 This order may ho found In Fiscal Court Order Book No1 page 348 When the present administration came into power Jatiary 1 1906a committee composed of M L Iieavrin Republlcau and S I Cox Democrat was appointed to ascertain the amount Ohio couur was indebted on that date On Februlry 19th they med a report showing that the total indebtedness of the coup ty on January 1 1906 was 2414246 raid report Is recorded In Fiscal order book No2 page 80 I On the first Monday In January 199 a committee composed of C M Crowe Democrat and Ernest Woodward Republican was appointed td ascertain the Indebtedness of January 1st On the 31st reportshowingday of March they flied their the counts Indebtedness to be 1807905 Said report Js on file In the Ohio County Clerks office and together with the order and report before mentlnoed may be examln ed by any citizen or voter of Ohio county by application to the County Clerk or either of his Afficient deputies It appears from the foregoing order and rePorts that the Democratic administration during tho time from November 22 1898 to January 1 1906 a period of nearly eight years when the fiscal court was Democratic reduced the debt of Ohio county 582568 while during the time from January 1 1906 to January 8th 1909 a period of three years when th Fiscal Court was Republican the indebtedness of Ohio county was red cod 610341 How anyone can have the1teme- rlt to presume upon the lgnorncae or the people to assert that the prese t Republican administration Is run ning the county In debt in face or the fact that during three years of It the Indebtedness has been redu eed 27i83 more than It was reduced in nearly eight years of Democrntlc rule Is beyond the comprehension of an honest man It Is purely campaign bosh and Is circulated to In jure the present Republican candidates for office there being no point at which an honest attack may be made upon them It also shows the ex tremity to which partisans will goto win out In elections It Is too glaringly Inconsistent with the facts to bo believed by anyone and the circulation of such falsehood should operate as a boomerang to those giving currency thereto The truthfulness of the reports of the financial condition ot the coun ty to which we refer and which have been made during Judge Taylors ad mlhlstratlon and pUblished to the world do both county papers cannot be questioned by anyone They were made after careful investigation by honest men ono who signed each rllOrt being a stalwart Democrat the other a Republican whose integrity cannot be questioned DEATH DUE TO FALL ON SKATES oeMrs Roy Robertson Receives Fall Which Results in Pa ralysise I Central City Ky October 16The little town of Moorman three miles from here on the Land N railroad was gre4t1y shocked and saddened on learning otthe sudden death of Mrs Deva Roberteon the young wife of Mr Robertson the well known thetnight of Thursday Several months ago Mrs Robertson suffered from a fall while skating on roller skates and which seriously injured her ner vous systen But she had apparent lyy recovered from this and was sew ooraltimes a visitor in Central City recently On Thursday eveSing nt 6 bclock she was on her front porch awaiting the coming of her husband from his place of business and not lbngafter this lour she was stricken and uttered Intensly for an hour before death relieved her It Is said that death was the result tit paralysis following the fall which she re ceived some time ago Her death Is particularly pathetic being only aev- enteen years oldand a ride of four months She leaves besides her young husband her widowed mother Mrs A lIendric postmistress of Moore man three sisters and two brothers One of her sisters left on Tuesday for her homo In Georgia after a visit to Mrs Robertson Another sIster is a bride of two weeks having married professor C P Moore of Owonsboro The funeral which occured at South Carrollton on Friday waslargely at tended and was conducted by the pastor of the Methodist church oJ which she Was a consistent member Notice We want all Home guards to meet in HartfoidN 6th1909 Special business to be attended to Wrt Stevens Beaver Dam Ky TAFT THROUGHLY ENJOYS VACATION Drives Secretaries and Cares of State Away Rides Horse back and Plays Golf I Gregory rex Oct 19presldent- j Taft began his three days of doing us he pleased on hIs brothers ranch to day by playing eighteen holes or golf I this morning over a muddy course and by just loafing thrush the long aft ernoon and evening Mr Taft was as happy asa boy out of school rite idea of eating a dinner without having to speak for n- and or going the livelong day without having to make a speech appealed to him strongly and he declared he wished his far=southern vacation coui last a week and three days instead ot just the latter period While the President was golfing and resting the members of his party enjoYed themselrse in various other ways Socrotary ot War Dickinson and Capt Archie Butt were up before the sun and started out on nn all day duckshooting expedition at the freshwater tanks on the ranch ten miles away from the farmhouse at Lnqulnta a veritable palace set on the shores of Corpus Christi Day look bug out over the waters of the Gulf of Mexico They rteurned late this afternoon with quite a bag and denied the Presidents taunting insinuation that they had been presented with the birds Others of the party took long horse back rides and had a swIm in the bay Beginning tqmorrQw the pres Ident will probablygo In bathing staydsbothRanch hands out hunting today killed two wild tits two wild boars and a raccoon All were presented to the preedent tonight Tomorrovr morning the President will golf and In Wentternoon will have B ten mile the Rincoln section of thu ranch to see a small roundup of cattle and sheep and sumo exhIbit Ions of cow punching lie will be pre 4- Y rented with a big and comfortable saddle made especially for him To night he was given a possum which was caught In n church nt Arkansas Pass by Tom Martin The President banished his assist ant secrataries from La Qulnta today and gave no thought to pUblic business In any way He roamed about the grounds adjoining the housewalk- ed out on the long pier leading In to the bay to watch those who were In Swimming and declared he was having the time of his lire The Presidents play days will end Friday morning however when h will be taken by boat to Corpus Chris to be the guest of that city during the day and to address the convention of the Inland Waterways Association FAIR VIEW Oct 20TJml8 are dull and news Is scarce In this community However I will give a few Items Mrs Lena R Acton Dundee visited her fatherInlaw Rev T J Acton Saturday night She was accompanied home Sunday by Mr and Mrs J I Hansell Medaryvllle lad Mrs Kato Barrett Philpot and llrs- Elgh Carter Narrows visited tho formers nieces Misses Bessie and Ruby Acton Monday Mrs J C Thomas and little son Wil and Mr and Mrs Ollie Stone nre visiting relatives In Hancock County Mss Deosle F Acton Shrouder visit ed her mother Friday night BODY BLOW FOR THE DEMOCRAT County Clerk Taylor of Daviess I Refuses to Put Their Negro Ticket on Ballot Owensboro Ky Oct lJThe Demo crats and their few Republican allies sore about the G O P convention were routed completely here Monday when County Clerk E P Taylor hlnt self a Democrat not only refused to allow the negro ticket chosen by th Democrats to go under the Republica device but even declined the negro ticket a lodging place on the bal lot at nil Last Wednesday a petition circulated chiefly among Ignorant negroes by Democratic henchmen on the pretense that they were forming a Re publican club was tiled with the Co unty Clerk asking that negro can Idates for County Clerk Circuit Clerk County Attorney School Superintendent Coroner Assessor Sheriff etc bo placed under the log cabin TheI purpose or the petition was to tie a weight on to R D Dryantthe Repub lican nominee for County Judge and a probable winner On the following day the Republicans hold a party convention and nominated n full county ticket The Democrats then tried to get the County Clerk to put the names or the negroes under the Re pubUean device instead ot the regu lar party nomlnese contending that the petition was prior to the convon Lion and the ratter was not regular cOunty Clerk Taylor held a hearing on the disputed matter Monday after noon and decided in favor of theI white ticket holding that a party emblem Is the or that party and can be protectedby It against any abuse The Clerk also held that the negro petition was not legal In that It did not state that the petition ers were Republicans or even that th canldates wore When this decisIon was announced the Democrats tried to got the Clerk to put the negro tick et on tho ballot under a device of his own choosing but the Clerk also declined to do this holding that the petitlonhrs must represent party who cast a vote at the last election and 146 mon jn a now organization with a fancy device could hardly be con sldercd so numerous Notice I will on Monday Nov let 1909 about one oclock p m offer for sale by public auction at the court house door In HarUord Ky to the highest and best bidder a new house and lot DIWalkerrooms a hall and two verandas ocd outbuIldings and barn n well of never falling water plenty of fruit trees and grape vines Lot contains 1 18 acres Terms onehalt cash and Balance in six and twelve months time with approved security L T BARNARD G D LIKENS Agt 4113 I JJ4 OHIO GO FARM ERS INSTITUTE To be Held at Hartford Nov 8 and 9 Competent men Will be Present PracticaleTopics The Farmers Institute for Ohio countywhich will be conducted under the supervision of Commissioner or Agriculture M C Rankin will be held nt the courthouse In Hartford Monday and Tuesday November 8th and 9th 1909 Mr J A McClure of Hickman Ky and Mr J D Walker of Hopklnsvllle Ky both competent men made so by personal experience at farming will be present and to gether with the farmers of Ohio County will discuss topics of Interest to those engaged In the tilling of the soil These men have been employed by the Commissioner of Agriculture to hold institutes for the benefit of the farmers and If the farmers are to derive any benefit from these Insti tutes they must come out and hear the discussions and engage in them It Is Intended that the two days meeting be attended not only by the farmers but by their famllles und It Is suggested by the organizer Mr J W Ebersbaker that those attending bring their dinner and stay all day This will be a departure from other In stltu1e held here but Is a splendid suggestion and the farmers should In accordance with directions bring their baskets filled with dinner prepared to stay all day each day An attractive program has been ar ranged and the lending farmers ot the county have been assigned practical subjects familiarity with which will better preparr them for the work which they have In hand The Amer Ican Society of Equity teaches the wtaiteIs nn Important matter for the farmer to tamlllarize himself with It Is the province ot the farmers Institute to teach the scientific way of seeding cultivating and harvesting the crops adapted to the various sections of the state with a view ot best preserving the soil and producing the best and most abundant crops thlrcfrom Whoa- the people have been sufficiently educated along the lines taught by these two Institutions and put into pracUcty the infromation gained they can conduct thhelr affairs better and make more with less effort n SELECT Oct 19 1909Mr W I Jangtord has just returned from Warren Coun ty where he has been to attend the Taylor reunion Joseph Taylor II- RevoluUnoary soldier settled in War ren County Ky near Rlchardsville In 1801 It was on the old homestead where the reunion was held The Taylor family is a very large one the descendents being scattered from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the Lakes to the Gulf There Were nine states represented Prof H H and C Cherry and Judge Dral7Jurn or Bowling Green addressed the largo audience Saturday and Dr S D Taylor of Beaver Dam read a history of the Taylor family for several hundred years back Rev R P McKinley and family have moved to Hartford Miss Loretta Hosoy who has been vlslting In sutler Edmonson and Warren county for the past two months hnsreturm home Mr John W Keown has bought a halt interest In n butcher shop In Central City and will movo sometime between now and Christmas Mr S M James Is quite sick at this writing with neuralgia Marriage License G L Smith Hartford age 21 to Ohio Davis Harttorod age 21 Alva Dlacklock Narrows ago 18 to Ida Clay Narrows age IS John G Keown Hartford age 38 28Ird ago 57 Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your catautts skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and mutts AU work guamnteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club f w STRANGE rEWERE AFRAID Tribe of Eskimos Whose Eyes Had Never Rested on a White Man On the bleak northwest coast of Prince Albert Land Captain William Jlog of the whaling schooner Olga hae Jut found men who In spite ot the hundreds ot Arctic expeditions that have swept through the north had never seen white men before and who gazed upon the white skinned strangers with the same awe which Columbus was greeted on San Salvador over 400 years ago It Is only In the last five years that whale ships have ventured Into the waters that wash these distance shore When the whalers did venture there they little expected to find any evidence ot human habltatioD To their sarprieo they found abandoned food cashes deserted camptag grounds and other signs of habitation Aa they saw no people they natur ally Inferred that the country was grind by natives from the CAnadian malnlaad far to the soutb These aadvos professed ignorance of bllC- hhuahlg grounds Tke puzzle wea wJt solved until last lily wlMa the Olga In hit nothern- cnrIfe sighted human forms on a LlI- IHvoral miles Inland These forms proved to be old men who were ad vaadng toward the ahore where the prosched It was seen that they car theyalfedwith araaz extended aa a sign of- peaceful incliaatlona Tile old men were Eskimos and stoke the rgula Esqulmo language with only slight varitions They said that they had never seen white men belOft and were so much afraid of them that they could not be eoexed on board the vearel They knew nothing about cereal foods or floor aJld when offered pilot brood Iaup6d at It as an article of human foodThey tald that they lived on seals Mara whahh caribou and featherwl ame which they killed with boys sad arrows and spwrs or captured ill snares and curiously contred- Upa They know nothing about the tsar trade and said that the skins were always cut up with the meat and divided among the hunter en Ned in making the kill They were neatly drMId In furs and all peered to bit well ff and perfectly HttP 11Aoo whale ships first appeared OR the horizon a sonic seized the people and they fled Inland Each yea r they had fkd leaving as little as- pobtdblo to attract the attention of th- aoweomers A6 they lay oonceel behind ridges they listened In breathless terror to tile chfllblnJ of the bomb guns used by the whalers 1t last eurieity got the better of thorn end they decided to find out tile why and wherefore of It all A council was called and It was decided to send metNfIiers out to the next Ihlp that carne The old men volun- teared to fro becauso they said that If the Itrangers klJllld tlwm It would nut matter so much Theo rude ambassadors said that they had many ptaple Inland but refused to tell where they were They had never seen guns before and were very suspicious of men who would Ilc guilty ot carrying such weapons When tho vessels first appeared oft Banks Land half a century ago the natives acted In n very similar way and showed a Superstitious dread ot coming Into contact with white men Point Barrow Alaska Cor New York Su- nWords to Freeze The Soul Your son has Consumption Ills 0050 is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Ceog E Dlewns- n loading merchant of Springfield N C by two expert doctorsono a lung f1jleclnlJst Then was shown the won durful power of Dr Kings New Isc- ovJY After three weeks use wrUoo Mr Dlevens ho was as well as ever I would not take all the mo ey In the world for what It did for my boy Infallible for Coughs and Colds Its the safest surest cure ot deSTnte Lpng diseases on earth lic and 100 nl aU druggists Guaran tee satisfaction Trial bottle free m Mother Earth Cuts up Capers Down in Daviess The people of the panther neighbor hood are nil excited over a phenomenal wolf on tko farm ot John Payne Payno shot t charge of dynamite on Tuesday mornIng lit 10 oclock and- sllce that time everybody who has seen the hole Is wondering wool it Is TTholdlggiagbad gone down about for tty feetasidMr Payne had tstrata of slate old Il is this slateI which Is inteutL hot and f aa1J L Macro first diseorer- ee eaaMes gzeattfolwetita Peoiie traasa llee arott 4have been to the d everyone has solo thing different to say abOut JL Hundreds of people have visited to place saying that they never law anythln8 like it In their lives Several well diggers UTe vIsited It and are unable to account for the strange state of I the earth lathe welL The small fragmentsof rock or that are gotten out of the Well slateI hot that they cant be touched the bands and when placed tn water they cause the water to steam At i the top of the well a boiling sound I Is continually heard and this Is what causes the timid most alarm The I most excitable tear that a volcanic tappediOtheraountb In the region The dynamite I Is thought to have opened some crev Ice In the earth from which the slate gets Its heat I getMake a note now cream Balm If you are troubled with nasal catarrh t hay fever or cold In the head It Is purifying and soothing to the Hnsathc membrane that lines the air passage It Is made to overcome the disease not to fool the patient bIj a short deeptive relief There Is no cocaine nor mercury In It Do not1 talked Into a substitute I I druggistssellew I Green Farmers and Green Apples Queer title for an editorial youll j qUeerIiercooperation I The accumulated wisdom of cen tunes cant keep a boy from eating green apples You rwu talk until hoarse but twill do no good He I cantor wont learn from anything- but painful experience He must I have the stomachache before he will believe what you tell him One case of stomachache is enough I to teach rome toys of the wisdom of cutting out green apples but It I takes several aches too teach others boysITheI himself by joining an association In I I which he will be protected from they system Is like the boy who learns through one stomache The farmer who goes on being jolted year afterI year Is like the boy that It takes I many AChes to teach Myrids of farmers are till of the i old chimera of getting value without coM It costs to join a protective atiI I sedation of any kind In the way of initiation fees and annual dues I the chimera causes farmers to andI I those pennies even when they that to Savo them Is to risk a hundred fold eHeres the A Sof E that has demonstrated many times the benlflts of organizations cooperation Pooling etc cnlllng loudly upon the farmers to partake of the benttitsmany are called hut most of them turn over and go to sleep again It wouldent he so bad if none of those purblind or perverse persons had wives and children depending upon them but it Is bad and very bad when wlves and children suffer through the Ignorance or stubborn ness of husbands and fathers Let us specify The wives and chil dren of the great majority of those In the recent burley pool fared better than those or the great majorltrof the growers not In that pooh How Simply by having more money to spend for creature comlolifood clothes books papers and recreatlno Those tn the 19W pool will tare bet ter than those not In It and twill always bo so They are narrow Indeed who thInk that some trust or speculator will buy their tobacco at a prlcce as high or higher than pool prices and buy It at once The Trust and others have done thl for their own purposes but those bribe prices were paid to influential persons here and there not to the mass of dumpers Suppose rjonpoolors could get as quicker Would it be honorable and manly to do so All kinds of selfishness Is mean but we can not imagine any kind so mean nil that expense of his neighbors friends and relatives such selfishness ns that Is the mean cot and lowet kind ot falsehood the worst kind of littleness Selfishness of that kind shows lack ot good sense and thats why those guilty of such selfishness wonder Why they lose the respect and friendship of their neighbors wonder w1 this man and the other dont greet them as warmly and talk as friendly as of yore Such farmers are plta1I but thoyro nnoe the less disgusting and InJurlousTobacco Tidin- gsChildren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA iS1CK IN CHINk t What Happaea When a DwJuinp Down a PaUnt Throat It la the custom for a ClllaalBllD to visit the barber every week to have a general overhauling First tile bead and race are shared second The ears- are scraped and cleansed with a small brush made of docks hair third the upper and lower eyelids are scraped with a dull edged kolCe all grasuia dons being smoothed away and then an application la made with a ducks hair brush or salt solution This Is the reason why yoU will ODd so much blindness ln China They take no antiseptic measures whatever Finally the ptttlents back Is mas salted and after paying a fee of 3 cents and no tip he leaves the shop feeiina clean outside but now must consult hIs regular physician After going through the usual exam nation which is B form ot military inspection the doctor diagnoses the case and treats It unless a devil happens to jump down the patients throat it this has happened the doctor can do the patient no good until he promtwes to set oft a hundred firecrackers and to make a dally visit to the joss house This done he receives the usual pills for those misted hI the devil These pills poly consist of spotted rhinoceros horns xaii to be a wonderful cure for lutestlnal troubles The spotted rhinoceros horns come from southern China and In the market at Singapore a single specimen will bring raTiger bones when ground to a pow der and wind with Chinese wine make a great blood tonIc which is used by all classes of Chinese In north em China the recipe Is held by n firm in Shanghai that has become very wealthy by the sale or this tonic Old deer horns are toiled down to make the medicinal glue which binds the fifty ingredients composing the average Chinese pills As in teee you may get anything from a pinch of gunpowder to powdered cobra tallI dust It Is not the fault of Wong 1Ik- Chee It Just the right kind of specII1f escapes the patient Equal to medicinal efficacy to the above are three high grade tiger remw dIes the eyeball liver and blood As may be Imagined tiger eyeball the genuine article can be prescribed for only the exceedingly wealthy Chinese Similarly the liver when dried nod reduced to II powder Is worth Us weight la gold all over China Tiger blood when evaporated to n solid at a tEm- perature of 110 degrees and taken us- a powder Is believed by Asiatics to transform a craven Into II heroMed Ical Record The Political Millennium Two Kansas farmers one of them a Republlcllu and the other a Democrat were quarreling overtbeir political beliefs The more they argued the further apart they drIfted Finally they called in a neighbor to settle the dlsIpute This neighbor was a man seldom said anything who went about his business was a good citizen and substantial in every way Well he replied after both had stated their sides Mmy son and I have been hauling wheat nearly forty years now There are two roads leading to tho mill One Is the valley road and the other lealls over the hill But never yet has the miller asked me which road we camp lIe always asks Js the wheat good Kansas City Jdur nat Family Floriculture George Blank the stage manager is a lover of nature and a hater of overcoats and umbrellas Recently during a violent rainstorm he called on his mother entering her presence wring tug wet George said she firmly you ought not to expose yourself In such weather You will grt pneumonia nut mother exclaimed George with a theatrical wove of his hand why should l tear tbe rain I Does It not nurture the grass Is It not life to the flowers It Is a long time saId the good woman closing q window since you were Ii ftowerBnccels Magazine Died With Warm Fut Isaac OBarns once pension coaifhis stoner In BOeton appointed by Presl dent Franklin Pierce was known for his terse and cutting sayIngs It was told ot him that he promised to subscribe for the erection of a Baptist church on condition that they should baptize em In hot water It Is of Mr ODams the story Is told that when on his deathbed or when he thought he was dying and the doe tor bad pronounced his feet warm and said that no one had ever died with warm feet the old gentleman inquired In a whisper whether the doctor bad forgotten the case ot John Rogers Skinny Doys and Chunky Girls In referring to a thin boy It Is aU right to call him skinny but you must call a thin girl spirituelle It means the same but sounds better Fever cult anyone but a boy puny A puny girl should be called fragile It sounds more like delicate chino and all of that sex like to be compared to fine Dresden A chunky boy Is all right but a girl has a finely rounded tl urorLboy is gawky but a gIrl displays untutored grace Atchison Glo- beChiidrerrt Cry FOR FLETCHERS rar CASTOR lAtr i Ladies Take Notice IA nice line of Picture Frames completed at low prices att HARTFORD MILL CO tII 1ieasry v- o J Roes 1raa hMJoe 11111886 and died fiept 18th1569 He professed aJtkli Christ in llH vas 3years 3 months and 3 days old and had lived a trait quiet life and was loved by many friends Mr Ross was humble and endured his aicknesa very patiently at tImes trough his sickness he would seem to be shouting and happy In his dying moment When he was passing through the dark and chilly waters of death ho raised his hands to God and smiled and died away In the heavenly land no more to take the parting land He has crossed the trouble river He has crossed the mystic sea He has gone before to Heaven To prepare a place for me Some bright morn weIl meet him Over on the peaceful shore Where we shall live together And parting will be oer We long to meet you oh my brother Your face we long to see It wont be long dear brother TIII we will meet with thee Sometimes I thing that I can see- TheI blissful that sits for thee Sometimes I think that I can hear His clear sweet voice from HeavenI I hereSince Oscar has gone and left us here No moro the troubles he can share His tolls are past his work Is done lIe fought the fight the victory won Weep not dear father God thought it bestTo take him home where he could rest Now let your cares on Christ be rom That you may dwell with him at last Weep not dear mother his orb will rise Once more a star ot Paradise His spirit smiles from that bright share Andsoftly whispers Weep No Morel It deeply pains a sisters heart When from her brother she has to part But sleep alas thy sleep shall be Thy rest thy strenth thy victory Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman ignores the rivers warnlnggowlog ripples and taster currentNatures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache In the back warns you the Kidneys need I I For Anacbing back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloans Liniment This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky It penetrates rubbingthrough the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone quickens the blood relieves congestion and gives permanent as well as temporary relief Here the Proof Mr JAJUI C LEE of 1100 9th St BEwaahington Do1IrIl8l1 Thirty years qo I fen from a scaffold and erl- oualy IliJund back I suffered tern blyUlmel fromtheamaUofmywk all around my stomach was lust u had been beaten with a club I used enry r could get with no relief Bloans Liniment took the pain right oat and I can now do se much ladder York ii snymao to the shop thanks to I SloansLiniment Mr J p EvUu of Mt Airy Os cyst Alter beIng aallcted for three 7art with rheamatlun I wed Sloan Unllllent and was cured sound and wen and am to ay J havent been trouDled with rheumatum since Sly legwu badlyollen from my hip to my knee Onehalf a bottle took the pain and swelling out Sloans Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheu matism Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints- Prlm25cSOcud 100 eahad patary eaRoe AdtbeH- Dr Earl S Shea- BNte9 Mats UsA I tatallmaladJesDropsyDJabetes disease Take Electric Bitters at once and See Backache fly and lad you best feelings return After long 8uf- ferlng from weak kidneys and lamei I back one 100 tattle wholly cured j me writes J R Blankenship oC I Belk Tenn Only 50c at aU druggists m 1847 ROGERS BROSTiIIPU Silver Plate that Wears Silver Lame Back Of Proven Quality Rich design and refined beauty In knees forks spoons solidsilverwareduced In the famous k ROOERS BROI sliver plate effects In onlytocatalogueIMERIDEN BRITANNIA CO InieruMlonal Sitter CoSoeeeeso- tMondn Conn ti I HANNAS GREEN SEAL THE MADE TO WEAR PAiNT NOTHING IN IT but what should be there NOTHING LACKING that will mprove it Possesses Every Essential Quality Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground in Pure Linseed Oil 1 Not a Little Lead and a Lot J Zinbutw LOT OF t LEADand a LITTLE ZING Costs more to make but the peoplewant jt x I FOR SALE BY J FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO Fordsvillcf Ky- FAtIG 1 ROWE Centortown KYt DR L S BEAN Hartford Ky tf If it i irIi Re r Estate For Sale nT 72 acres of Rough River botlams one halt In lJlgh state of cultIvation rest well timbered with White Oak Beech Gum Mapel 4 miles west of Hartford on publiC road Good dwelling and out buildings A nwe house sail lot situated In told Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x146 feet house tour room cot tage a ggod owe barn Desirable location 182 acres ot upland known B8 the Perry Kirk faN located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres tn spend4dfate of cultivation 82 acres timbered do- splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out buidings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwelling and store house one acre of tot good out buildIngs at email mIning town In OhIo county one mile tram R It Station In center or tine farming country No competition In buinesss For fun particulars call onus 87 Olres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty of- water 40 acres In timber balance In good state of cultivation A tract ot land on to Sulphur Springs and Hartford public rood one mile OutlhWC8t of Sulphur Springs contaIning 100 acres well timbered 50 acres In cultivation splendId del Unlf barn DUd oua building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a well kept farms A tract of land on Halls Creek one mile soulhwESt of Sulphur Springs a containing 100 acres 40 acres In DOG toms two hams and dwelling well kept and In good condition We dont own the property We are only agents tor Uw owners nd our purpose is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small oomm1 No charge tit nos tale Is effected LIst your property with us or If you want to buy a term house or lot make your wants knownfOHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY t E RI All McCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for perfect iiI simplicity ndIreliability nearly W yean rk- eveq eityand town the United States and l or by mall direct Store sold than Iany other make Send lot tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE Store subscribers than other fashion magazinemillion month Invaluablee Lat III tyll patterns plain ngo needleworkhatrdrtssing etiquette good Itorl etc Only IiO tents a patternSubscribe 06IPublic SaleDUROC JERSEY SWINE AT Louisville Ky Nov 509 Fifty head consisting ot spring gUts and boars yearling sows and yearling boars and aged boars Our herd won more premiums than any other at tour State fairA credit of 6 months will be given on all urchases over 2000 to parties furnishing bankable note Freo entertainment at Willard Hotel Call on Us for catalogue BARDWELL BARNARD McHenW7Hy WPEOPIE CELE BRATE ANNlVERSIf Of Battle of Perryville on Farm of Squire Hen Idren The same breeze floated the Stars and Stripes and Stars and Bars last Friday at the reunion or the Blue and the Gray on the farm of Esquire Nimrod Hcndrcn The place where the reunion was held is an Ideal one for such a meeting It being In a ninety acre field In which the tall hickory trees afford delightful shade Much preparation had been made for the entertainment of the large crowd which began to arrive in the early morning Old soldiers their families an friends came from far and near and by 12 oclock a crowd that has been estimated at about 2000 was on the ground ready to enjoy the great holl day Many well filled dinner baskets were brought and tho bountiful dinner that was served on the ground was thoroughly enjoyed by all The amuse ment offered by the occasion was of a most entertaining and instructive character A brass band had been engaged for the occasion and rendered In an excellent manner many choice selections The program for the after noon consisted of several recitations by school children and vocal selection by tho chorus of school children of Breckenridge and Rockrldge under th direction of Prof Wlnfleld S Colvin The manner In which the young Am ericans acquitted themselves is deserving of especial mention and shows their willingness and ability to per form and reflects to the credit of Prof Colvin whose ability as a teach er is shown in the splended training manifested on this occasion Comrade Synder related in an interesting way many reminiscences of the war and patriotic and eloquent speeches were delivered by Hons John W Lewis J H Graham and Rev C H BohannonThe on the speakers stand where were seated soldiers of the Union and Confederate armies and of tho Mexican war was an impress ive one There were soldiers who for tyseven years ago were engaged In the death struggle at Perryville when each side was forced to admit that it was no childs play to fight Am ericans It could be truthfully said that no person who attended this reunion could go away without feelI that he derived benlflt thereform r Squire Hendren who took the In itiative in bringing the large crowd together and who is always found ready and willing to do something for an old soldier either blue or gray is to be congratulated on the suc cess of the occasionNews Leader 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 medicine we wouldnt be without ther For Chills ConstlpaUon Bllllousnoss or Sick Headache they work wonders 25c at all druggists m A Modern Pied Piper About fortyfive years ago the Smithsonian Institution was Infest ed with rats nothing In the ibulldlng seemed to be rat proof They ate skins cured with arsenical soap or table lined or the contents of Prof Henrys pantry without discrimination Every one In the city from Prof lIen ry to the bootblacks had one sub ject In common and that was rats As Proto Henry who lived in the east end of the building was listen to an account of the ruin wrought in his home during the day Prof Spence Baird walked in and mid just as if he been following every word of the family conversatlom 1 have just been told that there Is a man In Phldadelpbia who can rid this place of raw Prof Henrys eyes expressed inter momIentI s on the assistant secretary He calls himself the Rattanv Konig and wont take a cent Jf a rat remains and has Well send for him if it takes our ldtthe repetition of the famous old tale pf the Pled Piper of Hamelln Several days later the rat king appeared In Washington He was al most as short as he was broad and wore chothes too loose for descript ion theybad no shape He carried a largo oilcloth sack and a covered basket HJspenetratlng blue eyes were almost covered by shaggy eyebrows andhta blond hair had not been cut r but haggled His manner was short and brisk and he went Straight to the point talking to Prof Henry In Gelmanc v Ho declared that not a ratwould beih she vi1 litSncoT M I t lL If his directions were obeyed During that time he would stay In tho base ment alone every door was to be locked and no account was he to be disturbed until he gave them the sig nal So they left him in absolute dark ness and tout his directions On Sunday morning tho queer old man emerged from the darkness so confident of hIs success that he re fused to accept themoney which was due then and there but Insisted that Prof Henry mall the check to him In Philadelphia tho following weekNow you can leave your food In the basement and it wont be touched And I wont take a cent if you are troubled with rats were his part- Ing words Cheese and cake were directly plac ed about the building to tempt the rats Morning after morning they were found as they had been left and from that day to this the Smithson ian Institution has never been seri ously troubled with rats And no one has ever found out the secret of the rat kings method From the Youths Companion Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA Seven Rules of Life Live up stairs if you wish to be I In good health Up how many flights Only one flight of seven steps I will describe them says Dr F G Butler in the Chicago Journal Frst stepEat wheat oats corn fruits beef mutton plainly cooked in moderate quanlty and but two meals a day Second stepBreathe good air day l and night Third stepExercise freely In the open air- FourthstepRetlre early and rise earlyFifth stepLive In the shun shIne Let your bedroom be one which re ceives a flood of light and spend your days either out In the sunlight or In a room which Is well lighted Seventh step Cultivate a cheerful temper Seek the society of Jolly peo ple Absolutely refuse to worry and above all dont be afraid to laugh Live above Sickness can not crawl up there Disease prowls about in the basement rarely does It get up stairs CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Han Always Bought Bears the- Signature I of a Stalled on a Hot Day Hot day very hot hard for men worse for horses Driver with a onehorse truck and a heavy load coming up a downtown street where theres a pretty stiff grade to Broadway All tho horse can do on that day to get the load up tba grade and he stopped all In just Ias he got to the top of It leaving the I tall of the ruck on the crossing In everybodys way But this didnt trouble anybody AU showed consideration for the horse I Ipoliceman came along when saw obstructing the cross Ing and looked things over He walke completely around the outfit and look ed at the truck the load the horse land at the driver sitting up on top his conclusion clearly was thatI the thing to do here was not to be In a terrible hurry but to let that horse rest a minute rather than take the risk of his going down In a vain effort to move the load then He was a levelheaded policeman In fact Allttle bunch of people had gath ered around by this time to see how it was all going to come out and among them was a woman a good looking welldressed woman evident ly with a heart full of kindness for animals The driver upon the load shifted his legs a little and gathered up his lines a little closer He wasnt really going to try to start them up then but It looked as If he might be going to and now Let that horse rest a minute I brute said the woman and you ought to have heard her say It She ommitted the personal pronoun alto gether she didnt say you brute but In place of you she Introduced a pauseThe what did lie say or do to this Nothing what ever With no disrespect to the lady he paid no sort of attention to her he had other things to think about He had a load that was just about all his horse could do to get away with and maybe be had to get it to a boat that sailed on the hour and now he was here stuck on that cross- Ing and he wanted to get on but be- Ing brutal was something that he had never even thought of He just I sat up there and waited with his eye on the horse all the time and thlnkln of nothing else just sat there and waited a minute or two longer till his horse had cooled off a little and got over the flutter of getting up- I that hill and then with the horse fit again the driver gathered up the lines taut this time and leaned for ward over the horse and spoke to him Now Bill- Figuratively speaking Bill got down under the load spread himself and started It and in a minute he had It PROGRAM Ohio County Farrrlers Iristi tutte Hartford Ky Nov Sth9th9 A M Meeting called to order by J A McClure Director Prayer Rev Virgil Elgin Welcome Address Hon C M Barnett Response J A McClure Wheat GrowingSelection of Seed and Prepara tion of Land and Seeding J B Walker Warren Lindley Corn and its CultivationSeed Selection J A McClureJohn P Foster Red CloverSeeding Growing J A McClure Watt Taylor w NOON- MONDAY130 P M Meeting called to order by J A McClure Restoring Fertility to Worn Soils J B Walker J R Weller F W Pirtle Alfalfa a Preparation of the Soil b Seeding J A McClure S L Stevens W A Casebier Dairying as a Paying Invest ment J B Walker S E Barnett A M Barnett Fertilizers and their Proper use J A McClure J S Ceci Incubator and its Management J B B Wilson TUESDAY 9 A M Meeting called to order by J A McClure Prayer Rev J W Bruner Makirig Good Roads and How to Maintain Them J B Walker G E Barr G A Ralph Rqbbing the Soil J A McClure J R Weller Organization of the Farmers and- Why tIB Walker R R Wedding David Moreland Canning Surplus Products on Farm J A McClure Edgar Boehm NOON- TUESDAY130 P M Meeting called to order by J A McClure What the National Government is doing for the Farmer J B Walker B L Wither Why Agriculture Should be TauRhtintheI Public Schools Prof G E Bailey Jas M DeWeese Supt as Mortgage Lifters J A McClure MM Bardwell Household Conveniences and the Wifes Share i Ji B Walker D Ford JUDGE WB TAYLOR VHN3 E SMITH 1 J W ROBERTSON F W PIRTLE y oT Committee onArrangementay it E t t 1 c hJI4h1 Y I ol V t t 1J 1 1 handily down level Broadway and I then the little bunch that bad stood around scattered and went on the woman with the rest and like the rest she was now apparently satis fied with the drivers work From the New York Sun MENDENHALLS I CHILL TONICB- est for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed How It Will Work Out The Tariff will affect adversely Am erican labor In proportion to the ratio that cheap foreign wared displace a like amount of domestic products That is inevitableWill tho miners in the Lake Superior district to have the iron ore they create by their Industry shutout of the sea coast plants by ore produced In foreign countries by miners who receive this country Any workingman having a think tank In fair working order can easily figure out the Inv evltable result There Is another item In which 10 000 farmers and an army of wage workers are concerned the sugar In dustry which Is just now the sub ject of speculation as to the effect the Tariff will have upon It There was practially no change of moment in the Tariff charges on sug ar save In the free admission of 3000000 long tons annually from the Philippines The Cuban Tariff was not touched and sugar from that Island will continue to come In under a reduction of 20 per cent of the Dingley rates which are the same in the new Tariff law Last year there came Into this country from Cuba 816000 long tons of sugar The crop this year Is es timated by WillettGray at 1475000 long tons The Cuban minister at New York estimates It at 100000 tons In either event it is plain that the Cuban Importations of sugar will amount to about 700000 tons more than In 1008 To what extent will this enor mous Increase of sugar discourage the Investment of Americans in the sugar home Industry Is It the policy of this country to build up foreign industry at the expense of our own It certainly looks that way If sugar is no cheaper to the consumer who Importer is benlflted Bay City National Farmer I Deafness Cannot Be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of thej car There Is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustcahlan Tube When this tube Is inflamed you have a rum bling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness Is the result and unless the inflama tlon can be taken out and this tuheI restored to its normal conditlonhear Ing will be destroyed forever nineI cases out of ten are caused by CatarrI which Is nothing bu tan Inflamed condition of the mucous surfacesIWe will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for clrcularsfree F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for Con stipation in Id Rather Die Doctor Than have my feet cut off said M L BIngham of Princeville lllbut youll die from gangrene which had eaten away eight toes If you dout said all doctors Instead he used Bucklens Arnica Salve till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever sores Bolls Burns and Piles astound the world 25c at all druggists m Farmers Convert Cave Into Palace One of the most prominent and successful farmers of Prairie Grove Ar kansas who Is an active member of the National Farmers Union has dwelt In a cave for years It Is prob ably the most palatial cave In the world and Is tilted up with all modern conveniences including hot and cold water electric tans electric light and steam heat He discovered the cave at the top of a mountain 1700 feet high It is seventyeight feet long by twentyfive wide and thlrty two feet high The walls are of beau tiful granite which has been hand comely polished The ceiling Is forty feet thick The front of the cave Is glass which the owner and occuapnt H S Mobley put in together with hardwood floors The flues for the cooking range passes out through the mouth of the cave and extend upward a distance of nearly forty feet Mov able screens permit the Increase and reduction of rooms at the pleasure of the occupants A fine spring at tin top of tho mountain furnishes water through at private system of waterworks This novel dwelling was completed w l C- 4 PERCENTAGE OF NUTRITION IN FOODS MOTHERS OATS I SIRLOIN STEAK I HAM I MUTTON I BLUEFISH r BREAD RICE I ONIONS POTATOES I This table shows why Mothers Oats are the best food They contain more nutrition than the same bulk of almost anything else that people eat You can put more sound flesh on your bones you can put more life and vitality in your narrow you can puta riper richer clearer blood in your veins and more endurance in your brain on a diet of MOTHERS OATS than you can with any other food that has ever been found Ask your grocer about the Mothers Oats Free Fireless Cooker whichwill save 80 per cent of your juc bill and make it unnecessary to keep bending over a hot stove Given free with coupons found in packages of the following cereals Mothers Oats regular and family sizes Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy Mothers Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of Oatmeal the wheat Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Mother Hominy Grits Flour Mother Com Flakes touted Ask your grocer If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals write us today Riving his name and yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANYOPE- RATING MORE OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTHER ONE CONCERN A BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS COME AND GO WITH US ON A GRAND FR- EEMEDITERRANEAN TOUR We are going to sand twenty young women be tween the ages of 1C and 50 white of good char acter on a two months tour to the Mediterranean The Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of ev ery kind for a thorough enjoyable trip The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted Write to the Tour Department The Herald Lou isville Ky For Full Information about two years ago It Is approached by a beautiful road ascending the ores of the mountain by easy stages and the grounds about the cave are kept In perfect condition The occupants declare that it Is tho coolest dwelling the summer and most comfort In the winter and they have no fear of cyclones which are frequent In that region Neither heat nor cold penetrates the solid protection of yards of granite Mr Mobley says he will live In the cave for the rest of his life Tho cave is easy driving dis tance of Prairie Grove QUICKS BLOOD PillS Will cleanse your liver and purl fy your blood and make you feel like a new man Effects of Downward Revision The outcry which the FreeTrade press has been making about the alleged Increase In rates under the now Tariff Is show to be without any substantial foundation by the return of imports for the month of August Tho total Imports for August 1905 under the Dingley Tariff were 91183 530 in value and for August 1909 nearly all under the new Tariff there was an Increase of nearly ten million dollars in Imports of manufac ores for the month of August alone TIle truth In that rates were not In created ns they should have been In many cases to make up for the great er cost of production In the United States The total domestic export In August reached 107161871 while In August a year ago the total was 108797880 Thus the exports fell of and the Imports Increased nearly2l million dollars so that the Imports exceeded the exports over 16 mllllot dollars For eight months ending with Aug the Increase of Importations com pared with the corresponding elgln months of the year before amounted to 24497151 while the total exports for the same eight months were 85000000 less than last year The tact that the Increased rate of Import aliens continued practically the same in September of this year would In I EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS II TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS te tptlnnmarQuicklyI tlonittrlctlrcoiinnentfaJ on IIeota eeorngyatentaPtentarpttl4l nolle wltbout cba11leln e Scientific flmtrican A tundiomelr Illtmtratml weekly rrsetclrof IIn clentlBo Journal Term 13 a I I montheIIlIOdhyallneedealerMUNN i Drsncb Office I fI 4 1Care In Preparing Food In recent years scientists have proved that the value of food Is meas ured largely by its purity the re sult Is the most stringent pure food laws that have ever been known One food that has stood out prominently 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 bo tho 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 1 that has satisfactorily solved time problem of removing the husks and black specks which ore so annoying when other brands are eaten It you aro convenient to tho store buy the reg ular size packages if not near tho store buy the large size family pack ages 1 j dlcate that tho Increase was not in any marked degree due to the release of goods held in bond awaiting lower duties These trade statistlce on the con Tariffshas been revised downward greatly to the advantage of foreign producers with a corresponding displacement of the products of American labor and Industry MENDENHALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed 1 Hartford Republican Bstetvd according to law at the Portoffle Hartford Ky M mU matter of the second elee C fl BARNETT EDITOR KCrrEB- CIq o blnO7aou h 2UV22FRIDAY OCTODER 22 1REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative W S Dean For Circuit ClerkE G Barrass For County Judge R R Wedding For County Clerk W S Tinsley For County AttorneyC E Smith j For SherIUT H Black For Assessor Bernard Felix For School SuptHenry Leach For Jailer W P MIdklff For Surveyor C S Moxley For CoronerDr A B Riley FOR MAGISTRATE 5 Hartford District B S Chamber tin 2 Beaver Dam District O E Scott L Rockport District John H Miles 4 Centertown District J C Jackson 6 Rosine DistrictM C Cook 8 Sulphur Springs District J M Graham 7 Fordsville District C V Miles 5 Bartlett District No nominee If the Republicans carry Louisville this year it will about settle the next State election Let every Republican voter In Ohio county make It a personal mat ter to see that his neighbor goes to the election General Apathy has cost the Re publican party some victories in past elections We hope It Is not In com mand this fall- Louisville Is not the only city which ii having a hot municipal election this fall New York is alsoo in the throes of the hottest political fight of her blstroy An X under the log cabin will vote the entire Republican County ticket and will carry Into office a set of men concerning whose competency there can be no question and who are all faithful and honorable citizens Hartford will never be clear of typhoid fever until a good sanitary sewerage system Is provided and we cannot afford to defer this improve ment no matter what the cost When we consider the lots of good citizens where is the Hartford man who will qulble about the cost General George Todd has charged up the hill and then charged down again The only difference In this charge nnd the faniniiK fabled chargn of the King of France is that the lat ter Is credited with 10000 men while Todd could not have had more than forty The prtlitaans of Commander Peary have attacked Dr Cook all along the line and seek to take from him every laurel which he has over won If he is the impostor that Peary would have us believe him to be Instead of receiving the unbounded homage of our people he should bo exiled at once Good roads for Ohio county should demand almost as much attention from farmers tis organization and crop pooling The loss sustained by the farmers In this county every year through Inability to move products to market because of bad roads Is something enormous Vote for the Cohstltii r f iional Amendment There can be but one side to the proposed Constitutional amendment to be voted for at the coming election Under our present Constitution It IB impossible to secure sufficient funds with which to build suitable roads In various parts of the state where they are so much needed Wo hope I the amendment will carry by a largo majority I The Hartford Hearald In comment ticket says No party bosses nor un derhand methods placed them on the land methods placed them ori the ticket They were drafted Into service begged into accepting a place on 1G the ticket if you please by the self appointed leaders in and about Hart ford and many of them have BO stated You may name the method anything yatychooee Republicans in Breckenrldge Coun ty are in fine shape this year and there should be no question of the election of their entire ticket The majority for Mr Taft in that county was more than BOO and It gave the state ticket a large majority With a good Republican organ published ut Hardlnsburgthe Fourth District Leader Breckenridge county should be landed permanently In the Republi can colum McLean and Hancock coun ties seem to be sure to elect Republican county tickets this time and Gmysou county promises to do like- wIse The splendid characters and fit ness for the positions to which they aspire should arouse enthusiasm amon the Republicans all over Ohio county for our nominees for county officers Our Democratic friends are trying to steal a march on us by hiding their identity when among Republicans but they are all Democratic nominees running under the rooster Some of them may be less partisan than oth ers but none of them are running as Independents and if conditions in Ohio county were as twenty years ago they would no doubt sing anothe song At least the words would be changed If not the tune There Is but one way to deal with that class of demons who seek to as sassinate presidents and other public officials They should be exterminated The plot recently uncovered to assas sinate president Taft and president Dlez disclosed a fearful state pot affairs and calls attention to the necessity for some strenous effort to detect and deal with this class of individuals We came very near saying citi zens but they cannot be called by that name they are outlaws pure and simple and should be treated as such We have been too lenient with this element in the past and while we do not say goverment should prevent public speeches or freedom of the press yet there should be a sharp line drawn Indicating the extent to which tirades on public officials may go and where they must stop The growing tendency to ignore politics in Judicial races is a good omen In many of the Judicial dis tricts In Kentucky for the first time the Democrats arc not opposing Rep ublican nominees for this position and In a number of other districts the Republicans are offering no opposition to the Democratic nominees The Ju diciary should be held above mere partisan strife and although we had long since lost all hope of ever see Ing this condition in Kentucky we are more hopeful than ever that In the years to come our courts from the lowest to the highest may be absolutely free from partisanship and that every son of the commonwealth may have a fair and impartial trial whether his liberty or property rights are envolved without regard to his standing In life or his party afflllatloi Voters should not overlook the fact that there is to be elected in Ohio county this year a represenatlve In the lower house of the Kentucky legislature In casting their ballot they should bear In mind that the Dem ocratic party Is pledged by Its action to an unfair apportionment law for the legislative districts of the state A vote for the present Democratic tick et in Ohio county is an endorsement of the unwholly gerrymander which was attempted to be fastened upon the people of Ohio county by the Legis lature of 1906 when OliloButler and Edmonson counties with a population pf 06000 were put together to make one legislative district that Spencer county with a population of less than 8000 could be given a representative It Is needless to say that Spencer county Is safely Democratic and the election of a Democratic represena tlve from that county was assured The next legislature a member of which will be elected from Ohio coun ty this tall will reappprtlon the state into legislative districts Do the peopl of Ohio county want to be represented in that legislature by n man whose party Is on record in favor of dishon est and unfair appointment laws or do the people of Ohio County want to be represented in that legislature by a man whose party is on record in favor of absolutely honest and fair apportionment of the state Do they want to be represented by a tnan whose party has passed a law providing for only one representative for C6 000 people where that representa tive must be a Republican and a law providing that less than 8000 people are entitled to a represenfctive where that represenatlvo Is certain to be a Democrat This Is the proposit- Ion that Is up to tho voters for the determination at tho polls November 2nd If you want honesty and fair ness in the apportionment of the state into the next legislative dis trict cast your vote for the Republican ticket it NOT cast your vote for the straight Democratic ticket rBir CO HIGH SCHOOL FOR FORDSlLE 3 Established by Board of Education I Prominent Citizens of the Thriving Town Make Appeal For School A committee of sixteen representative citizens of Frodsville came before the Board of Education at Its recent meet ing and asked for the locUonof the second first class high school at Fordsville After consideration the Board of Education decided by unani mous vote to locate the second coun ty High School at Fordsville In do Ing this they took Into consideration the railroad facilities the location and tthe educational spirit of the community A larger area of the county will be accessable to this high school than to any other place in the county not even excepting the county seat This action of the board means a great deal for Fords ville and that portion of the county north of Rough River It is to be hoped that the spirit of the commun ity and of the teachers will develop lit Into a High School second to none In the State Those who cnostltuted the committee that appeared before the Board of Education are as follows Dr W A Flemster R O Nell P C Cooper S G Allen Dr E P Rogers Olla Wilson E W Truman Abram Shepero Joe Schemelder Jas Burden G G Lannam Andrew Hen derson W S Gaines S P Smith Prof I S Mason and R L Godsey The teachers institute was without question the best ever held in the county The Instructor outclassed allot his predecessors and the 133 teach ers In attendance constituted the finest and most representalve body of young men and women ever assemble In the countiOne of the most felicitous features of the meeting was the presentation of a handsome 30 goldheaded cane to Mr James M DeWeese the retir ing Superintendent of Schools of Ohio county It was presented by Prof Oz na Shultz in his usual affable man ner It was a most fitting tribute to tho services and ability of Supt De Wcese by his fellow taecHers of he county MrDeWeese has labroed faithfully and eflclently In the great cause of education and has done his duty well This token of esteem and recognition of duty well dnoe was as fitting as it was well earned Superin tendent DeWeese retires with the best wishes of all and especltlly of those with whom he was most intimately connected in tho noble work which binds them all together in the worth profession which they have es poused Supt DeWeese has done much fur the schools of the county Mr Guy Ranney fromerly a teacher in the public schools of Ohio county has moved to Hartford to make his future home John C Darnardwho taught for sev eral years In the public schools of Ohio county Is located at Callvo Pa nay P I He Is reclevlng a salary of JHOOJ a year for teaching and superintending native scholos Miss Blanche Russell Is temporarily filling the place of Miss Woodward In the eBaver Dam graded school McIIenry public school is again closed on account of smallpox The Ohio County Board of Educa tion met October ISth the entire board being present Prof I S Mason assumed charge of the Fordsville High School Tuesday October 19 Miss Fannie Whlttlnghlll of Tris ler Ky hnsfl oaJUon as stenogra pher an 5ewrJtetJr the West KentuckySformslEcTiool She bears the reputation of being the most pro ficient typewriter ever qualified by that Institution Frank Moseluy of Salllsaw Okla homa is visiting relatives in Ohio county He has a good position in the public schools of Sequoyah county Oklahoma CENTRAL GROVEI R F D No7 Oct 20Rev E H Maddox of Llveramore filled his regular appoint ment here Saturday and Sunday ware as follows If ye then be risen with Christ seek those things which are above JustltlcatlonIMr and Mrs Alney Tlchel poi have returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs L P Loney at Owens boroMisses Addle Taylor and Addle Fulkerson of Beaver Dam were the guests of Miss Lova Miller from Fri day until Sunday Mr P M Brown and family of Elmwood neighborhood spent Satur jIgleheauis f Mr and Mrs W L Shaver near rr Beaver Dan Atteaded church here Sunday Mr Blarney Hocker aad sister Miss America Rocker visited their grandmother Mrs Rhodes near Paradise Saturday and Sunday Wee Mabel Owen of McLean county visited relatives here recently Mr C L Loney who is engaged In book keeping at Central City spent Sunday at his home here Mrs N J Faught is visiting at Williams Mines this week Clifton Morton dnfant son of Mr and Mrs Leslie Rowe has whooping cough Mrs Betsy Cashier has returned to I her home near Ccralvo after spending a few weeks with relatives here One of Mr Ernest Stewarts children is quit ill of dlphtherl1i3Ir L B Loney attended the funer al services of Mr George Render at McHenry Monday I Miss Louva Miller delightfully en tertained at her home Saturday night in honor of Misses Addle Taylor and Addle Fulkerson of Beaver Dam All present had quite an enjoyable time Rev Burden will preach here the first Sunday night in November The Bar Sinister Plays that appeal to the heart and plays that heads of families can blrng their children to see are the plays that thrive Such a play is the Bar Sinister which will be the attraction at the McHenry Opera House foor one night November 1 1909 The play is a love story full of characters that have good red blood in them A play with a etrpnog moral lesson and a play that every yuong man and woman should see CERLAVO- Oct 20Mr Walker Park and family Taylor Mlnesvlated his sisterMrs Clemmie Everley Saturday and Sun day Mr Earl Everley the seventeen year old son of Mr C B EVerley died October 12th after five weeks illness offeversTo sad parents we extend our deepest sympathy and can but point them td look to God whose work is wiseMr Penneal Everiy has returned from a several months stay in Texas Mrs Mary JClsslIng Eldon Mo is visiting her cousin Mrs P L Wood this week Rev R D Bennett filled his regu lar apointment here Sunday Mr Willie Barnard has gone to Colorado VERY SUDDEN DEATH OF PAT HAFFEY Well Known Business Man of Whitesville Dies After a Brief Illness Haffey one of the best 11allICk of Davless county died fever Wednesday morning at 430 oclcok at his home In Whltes vllle after a short Illness MrHa f fey had been beadfast for 10 daysbut this condition was not thought to be serious until the past two dayswhen IIt became alarming and during the last few hours of his Ute death was expected at any moment He was 63 years of ageand was one of the prominent men of the county having been engaged in the mercan tile uslness at Whitesville for the past 25 years He was a prominent worker for the Republican party Mr Haffey after many vicissitudes of fortune succeeded In building np one of the largest mercantile busi nesses In WWtesvMIe lie was alI way one of the prominent workers for the advancement of his home tow He came to the United States with his parents from Ireland when a mere youthbut since ha vlng obtained his majority has been a resident and a leading business man of Whitesville During his life he made many friends over the entire countywho will regret his death He was well known in Owensboro both in business and political circles He Is survived by his wife only He was a member of St Marys Catholic church and al ways took a prominent part In church work wll be conducted from StMarys Catholic church at Whites vine today at 1030 oclock by Rev Father OSulllvan The interment will take place in the church ceme tery George W Render DeadIMr Goo W Render countys oldest and most respected citizen died at his residence at McI Henry early last Sunday morning He had been in feeble health for some time and his death was not unexpect ed His death was the culmination of the Infirmities of age and he was nearly 86 years old when the end came He had lived in the neighborhood where ho died all his life 1i When quite a young man he Joined West Providence Baptist Church soon after Its organization and lived fc faithful member of this Church un til death His remains were Interred tat Render burying ground Monday funeral services being conducted by Rev Hiram Drown Mr Render leaves the following i children Mrs W H Burton Hart l ford Mrs n P Toll and Elijah Ren der McHenry and James W Ren der Bardwell Texas He was also a brother of Mr W B Render and grandfather of Miss Leone Maddox of Hartford His wife preceded him in death a number of years ago Thus another old citizen has passed away and gone to the reward of the faithful and Just Notice The A S of E Stock Committee will make another ahipmnet Saturday Oct 30 Any member having stock to 1 ship must notify the Committee three or four days before shipment SILAS STEVENS J M SHULTZ I B TICHENOR Committee lNYFor Sale Cheap Good grist mill consisting of ten horse power portable engine 18 inch emgory14t4 J W Cheek Askin Ii 1 H eeeee eeeegee ei9 aaa Kyaw s 4 e yOU Will- US FindI READY ITt With the strongest lines of footwear that Human Experience Honest Labor Expert Workmanship and Good Materials can produce S The Ravages of Jack Prost Remind us of the approach of colder weather The cold breeze dancing around the top of your low shoes has already created in you a shivering desire for anew pairt j Iof shoes s JjjJ I The Barefoot Days are Over And every foot from the smallest boy or girl to the largest size created must have g shoes We have shoes for the whole family to suit any purpose I I Dress Shoes School Shoes Work Shoes In our dress shoes for I Men Women and Children all the new lasts tips arid tops are represented all leathersat a nice range of prices Mens and Womens 150 up to 500 per pair Misses and Childrens 25c to 250 per pairi Our Work Shoes are made strictly on comfortable and serviceable lines Shoes pairOurattention is paid to their wearinEi quiilities Buy the shoe suited to the purpose tyout expect to use It for and satisfaction guaranteed We want your slice busi ness and if yoknewihc shoe business as we do you would Como here for yoiir shoes Visit our shoe section It will do you good I 11 ti EP Barnes JKYBEAVER DAM I tH eEteeeee eee 1 I J Y Cloak Values As the cold weather ad vances the problem of WINTER WEAR con fronts us and ole of the almost indispensables is a CLOAK Our message is this WE ARE PREPARED to show you a line EN TIRELY NEW Aselec tion that will please you Prices that cannot be duplicated We invite you to inspect the line Misses GarmentsA Of course the Miss- and little folks are to betaken care ofand WE TARE THE FOLKS TO DO IT Our stock of Bearskins Plushes plain and fancy mixtures are exactly what you want Our prices are not ex tortionate but are in reachof all Anticipate yourneeds Call and make your par chase whileour stock is complete lJ 61 4 0 I Hartford Republican F FRIDAY OCTOBER 2- 2IIIlnolsCentralRallroadTime T f Table At Beavor Dam KV North Knlutl Nonlhfonnd No1z2 du 405 n m Noll duU35 e m No UclulI20 p m Nolut due 248 p m lfoIO2doet48pm No181dn- e845pmDENTISTRYijf t Drs Ilardin Bell have opened a praud 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 laland furnish the highest class of work We guarantee all of ourl work Call and see t18- x Consultation and Exatnlnatloa Free Ihoue 218 Bring Me youb cBga hoc perN wz eJ HOMIIWIJ TE tf Seventeen pounds best Granulated c rIt SugarLOONOAHVUlTE Judge WB Taylor Js visitIng bps tf J phew Mr C W Taylor preen IvUleKy The Hartford Presstfg Club clgans ttt hand Presses apparel both ladles and gents i Attorney Y L Moseley who has been 11l of fever for several days is able to be out again Jtf kilsses Mary lCeown Anna Elia1- ti K own Mary awl Margaret Marks visited in Louisville last week 0i21 3ilse Ira Mills the efficient clerk t ot the Hartford posttrlc 1has returned froin a ten days visit t9 fUve iiYton06fo I q tJa1- J i i I Mrs Ann Bennett returned Sunday from a two weeks visit to her daugh ter Mrs Ed Johnson or Buel McLean county I School has been closed In Mcllenry on account of Smallpox there being four cases In town but of a very light form Mrs M T IIkens who has been In falling health for the past few years Is very ill at her residence In EddyvUle Ky W E Ellis at the Hartford Mill Cos planing mill will pay the high est cash prices for eggs and aU kinds of poultry Mr George Lewis left Saturday for Sun Angelo Texas to be at the bell side of his brother Mr Arch Lewis who Is reported to be seriously sick MrRaymond Aultmlrewho has been nt of typhoid fever at the residence of Mr J C Bennett Center street for the past several weeks Is convalescent Mrs Lela Toll of McHenry and tames W Render Bardwell Tex have been the gUests of their sister Mrs W H Burton Hutforda few days past Four pupils In last Beaver Dam District have been perfect In attend ance during the past seventy days of school vlz Misses Bessie Baize Eva Stewart Ethel Baize and Lena Baize BULL DOG PUPPIES FOR SALE Make idealhome or farm dogs Heal thy vigorous excellent strains Prices reasonable within reach of all Glad to answer Inquiries Payne Lang ley McHenryKy- Mr UnS CarsOn and family went to Dundee Sunday where they were the guest of relatives ilr Carson retutnedhome tTpnday night but III Carson and children remained to be the guests of relatives for a week or ten days MrsLou16a OTweddetl and MrWm Vandiver were married at the residence or Mrs Tiedden in Hartford last Thursday Rev N O Cundiftoft- flciaUng Mr Vnndlver Is a yell known farmer otRumsy McLean county The bride has the yllow otM 1ickTweddelldeceased They have many friendswbo wish them much haWplnessr + i j J i Fw Capt James M DeWeese has return from EarUngton Ky where on Tuesday he qualified as an expert rlfleman- at 800 and 1000 yards range This Is an enviable record Mre Geo EDaUey has returned with her baby boy to join her hus band beret after being detained by a siege ot typhoid fever several weeks at the residence ot her parents In Leltcbfleld Owing to the fact that Presiding Elder Rev R S Hayes Is to preach at the Methodist church Sunday night Elder H C Ford pastor of the Christian church will preach at 330 oclock p m Instead ot730 p m- fir ttowan Holbrook wife and daughter Marlam Dr E W Ford and wife Col C M Barnett and Mr Ii P Moore went to Louisville Mon day Mr Holbrook Is representing the Chapter ot Royal Arch Masons No 110 Col Barnett and E P Moore are representing Hartford odge of F A M No GiG at the State Grand Lodge now In session at Louisville Dr Ford Is attending the State Med Ical AssociationRENDER Oct 19 1909Mies Nellye Harris went to Beaver Dam last Wednesday Mrs Wm Moore went to Hillside last Wednesday Joe Robison of Noka was here last WednesdayRobert of Russellville and Claud Chapman of Centertown were here last Thursday Wavy Ament of Beaver Dam and Payne Faught of Cromwell were here last Friday J C Harvey went to Hartford Sat urday on business Simon Stephens and R M Gwyn were In Simmons Saturday on business Mr and Mrs Albert Leach and Mr and Mrs Thee Draper and Roy Scott ot Taylor Mines were here Sunday Oscar Reed ot Herrin Ill was here yesterdayMrs H Drown of Central City was here yesterday the guest of Mrs Sam James Jr Miss Mary Hoskins returned home yestErday from Island where she had been for the past 12 months Rev W D Cox of Hendersons Ky great Baptist Evangelists and Rev N C Robison of this place are conduct Ing a revival meeting hero at thlll writing It Is hoped that some good vm be dose as there Is much room for improvpent For Sale Barber outfit located at Center town Ky Apply to E M Davls- Centertown Ky MortonKeown At the residence of the bride In Hartford Tuesday at 130 p m Mr John G Keown WItS united In mar riage to Miss Laura Morton Rev Vir gil Elgin of the Methodist Church officiating The wedding was a quiet one only a tow friends and close rel atives of the couple belllg present Im mediately after the ceremony the new ly wedded couple left for a bridal trip embracing St Louis and sev eral other points In MissourI The bride Is the youngest daughter of Mrs Ella Morton and Is one of Hartfords most winsome young Itdles The groom Is well known as Captalll Keown having wan this distinction in theSpanlshAmerlcan war Ho Is one et the firm and manager of the Ohio County Supply Co They are n wor thy and popular couple who have the best wlahes of a host ot friends RALPH Oct 18th 1909Health Is good In this community at The string band presentImusic at Mr J A Messrs Thos Midkiff Lawerenco and Alex Landrum compose the band MeStirl Hewlett Johnson and Les lie Greer Pleasant Ridge were the guests of Misses Eva und Georgia Mar tin Sunday Mr Robert Taylor The Chief Guy Eecutls of the company store spent Friday night In the vicinity of Rosins Rev Jeff Ralph returned home from a short stay at Darnetts Creek where he has been assisting Ili a protracted meeting Miss Dovle Greer was the guest of Mrs C W Moseley Saturday Mr Ronda Wade went to Fordsvll1e Saturday On business Mr George IZ Westerfield Is very low with typhoid fever There was preaching at the Christ Ian church Sunday by pastor Id P McKinley but owing to the meeting there was no preaching at the l3a- ptist church Mr and Mrs Rossle Taylor Whites vllle visited their parents Mr and Mr R F Taylor Sunday Mr and Mrs Otha Farmer visited relatives at Mapn Friday 150 hound Trip From Hartford Dundeeand unnydal to Louisville via the iiI St L Railway aturday October 231909 SpecIalrtrainJeaves Ilartford 60O a m rgtpreng leaves Louisville 455- p m FQr full information ask thee ntc S 1iof S oJ e 0 l 6 JOINT OMMITTEE HOLDS A MEETING To Discuss the Probable Price of Tobacco A S of E Wants 12 for The Best GradesNo Agree I meet Attempted Yesterdays Owensboro Messenger says The joint committee of the three tObacco associations of the Green River district met In the office of the Green River association on Wednesday at the call of President Henry Derry and discussed fully the probb able price of the tobacco that will soon be ready for the market The A S of E was reprlented by Dudley Ford of Ohio county W 11 Bibb of McLeanand II F Ray Lake Ind The Home Warehouse conlllany was represented by Price Beard Em Ison Shaw and Henry Wlllioyte all of Davless and the Green River associa tion was represented by Hiram Marks berry of Davless Henry Schuler of Hancock and Walter Atherton of Mc Lean This was the full quota as there are three members from each associa tion on this conference committee Only one associations representa tives were Instructed as to the prlcu and these Instructions were given to the represntatives of the A S of E by It part of Olio and McLean cotta they must get 812 for better grades ot tobacco this year There was no- ol1reement arrived at or attempt sit this meeting but It was plain that the majority of the committeemen were not In favor of any kind of radical Ism but that they wanted to get all they possibly coulll for their people Not much encouragement was given the 12 Idea The meeting was adjourned with th understanding that there would be another meeting as soon as samples were seeuld from all the sections of the district It Is expected that these samples will be secured the lat ter port of this week or early In the next week The next meeting will he called by President Derry or PIlcu Beard who presldlll over this meet IngSeveral samples were brought In by men In attendance and the showing wits surprisingly good The quitll tYls said to be much better than It- uns expected to be- BALD KNOB Oct 19Rev T Ii Harper tilled lit regular appointment at this place SundayA crowd attended singing at this place Sunday night There will be singing at this place Sunday night everybody conic Rev T H Harper Bra and Jesse Stevens dined at Mr StevenltI Leachs Sunday Mrs Dora Leach and Miss DCSslo Torrence culled ut Mr L D Taylors Tuesday evening Mr L D Taylor ls on the sick list Messrs T Davis and Dyre Davis were callers of Mr Postal Embry SlIndayIThere was a birthday dinner givtnt at Mr J H Torrences darin honor of MIss Rhoda Torruncea six toenth birthday All IHlll a nice timeI Misses Sophia Raley Mahlo Porter Maple Porter and Cllrtlt Davisl leachl1hnand Blaine Wcsterrle1d of Hickory neighborhood attended singing at this place Sunday night nlessrs Cleveland Hanes and Miss Chloe Rafferty of Mt Pleasant attended singing also Mr and Mrs Marion Sandfllr and daughter Mrs Lizetta sandefur uf Horton visited their daughter Mrs Ella Taylor their sun Mr E P Sandt fur and family last weekIMr A E Sandefur Is teaching a singing school In l1utlar county We nil wish him succes Debate at Mt Pleasant next Friday night every body come Mr T Taylor and wife spent Thurs day at her brothers Mr E P Sand fur Miss Hnruet Sandefur attended the birthday roclal at Mr Torrencee good guitar music bliss Glady Likens of lilt Pleasant ylslted Misses ConnIe and Mae Sande fur Sunday evening Miss Martha Sandefur was a pleasant caller of lIUss Harriet Sandefurs Sunday Every body is busy making molasses We suppose game Is very plentiful as there Js much hunting going on Dnt forgot the debate and stag ins Success to The Republican A A For Sale wfl1trainedV i rtu r FALL 09 CLOAKS Our exclusive Bischof models are lin a class altogether different from the ordinary They can be picked out when worn by our customers as the neatest andmost durable garments from any stock in this country BISCHOFS are differentthey fit It pays to depend o- nBarnard Co Hartford Ky o 1style Features ink PRINTZass k0 Cloaks and Suits Typical of the Best Fashion ourconnections enable us to offer the biggest values ill authentic styles front the best sources in all the favored fabrics fold the newest colorings of the season Styles vary enough in beautiful chio effects to suit all tastes perfectly and we are slowing a line of these an pursesEverymaterials and s80NCO INCORPORATEDL Subscribe for The Hartford Republican1 rr CANADA IIETTIN6 OUR FARMERS Going Across the Line in Large Numbers I In a Year Have Added 70ooo I To Population of Dominion Ottawa Ont Oct ISAmerlcan farmers by the thousands are now pouring over the boundary Into the Canadian West According to a state ment made by the deputy minister of interior at Ottawa the Invasion of Americans Into Canada will total over 50000 for the present year In the beginning of this across boundary movement the newcomers were largely from the middle States but this year they are coming In from almost ovary State In the union Not only are the numbers satisfactory to Canada but the quality of the settlers I is rather improving than otherwise The story sent hack by thousands ofI satisfied settlers Is attracting multlI tudes ot homeseekers from the South and as the tide of Immigration swells so swells tile chorus of Canadian shoutersThe of the Immigration de partment just issued shows that 5J 32 persons came from the United States during the last fiscal year end ing March 31exceedlng even the num ber of arrivals from Great Britain They were chiefly experienced agri culturists with plenty of capital Prnc- Ucnlly the official report says COOOO Americans enterEd Canada and every rnan woman mid child was possessed on nn average of 1000 In stock cash and effects meaning that they broush Into this country nearly 60000000 W J White head of the Canadian Immigration agencies In the United Statessays that this year Immigration tram the United States has Increased fully 30 per tout and that next year he expected w see about 115000 Amer Scans settling In the Canadian West Senator Dolller of Iowa says The enterIlrlslng men who have made Iowa one of the greatest agricultural States In tile union will help to build up Al berta Saskatchewan and Manitoba We cannot help regretting that the United States Is losing such good citizens hut Ir they must depart we would rather they went to Canada than anywhere else Senator Lindsay Dead Frankfurt Ky Oct 15ExU- nited States Senator Willium Liud say jurist and staWsntan died at his home here this morning shortly after Ii oclockafter weeks of battling against the dark angel of death The end carne peacefully and was no sur prisc to the loved ones who watched faithfullyabout the bedside For ton days the venerable statesman rtgafk h natty as the must learnlfl and able lawyer ever produced by Kentucky hall practically been at tbcrwintofdiss01uti0nl tremndedus vitality and sturdy coftutioll hud llthatwas Ieginningiii tIll r0nplieutiOus which uuderuliae l his systeul until nothing Iiirther Ioulellll dour Our Postmaster ComplimentedI lu reporting the Kentucky l last TIntrMiny the Louisville Post among other thugs says I 1111terdllYof Hartford who rouhl nut III nlRI was Ftouslon of Parcel Post Especially With Iteftaence tu Parcel Post noutes Mr l llavrln declared that a review of the pustul department re veals the grid rnrul frt e delivery L benefit which was both direct and In cidental Within thlrteen years this service bus grown ho said torn all humble beginning until now IIn annual Pllrlllulal1un of 40000000 is made for ILby the Government Thcro are 40000 carrlera employed who travel about 11100000 of roads dally mud serve more than 20OOOOUO fam ilies lie said that proof Is afforded that the Introductlsn of rural free delivery Las Increased the value of farms along the various mules about 25 per celltj Nr Ileavrin says that he Is much Itn pressed with the Idea of a general par eels post law rut recommended by the department and believes It will be ol untold benefit to the people Ile said that the frendshlp of Postmaster General Hitchcock for thO rural free delivery service had resulted In the r t carriers getting an Increased pay and that a parcels post no v favored by him would tend at Ieaz toward a reduction ot the enormous eaten charg ed by express companies for similar serviceHe favored a local parcels post to be used on rural routes and said Mr Heavrin In his opinion such a step would greatly Increase the business of local merchants and the smaller stores q 1Adieu to Mr Foster The Catlettsburg Tribune says J ey formerly assistant editor of the Tribune but later in charge of the Catlettsburg bureau of the Asllland Independent left yesterday for Hartford to visit his home folks after which ho will assume edi torial control of a newspaper in Western Kentucky Mr Foster has been in this city for nearly two yearsand during that time hadsucceeded by his manly deport ment in convincing the people that ho was a young man posscsscd of high moral ideals being distinguished for conscientiousness and courtesy toward those whom lie met He possesses ex- rellent ability as a young newspaper man and his innate liking for the business will certainly insure him ultimately n highly success The Tribune wishes him even more than ho may desire in his chosen field of activity A Hartford Boy In Trouble At Evansville About a week ago young Charlie Collins of Hartford who for a number of years past has been runnIng on the boat Hartford which plies Rough river between thIs place and Evansville became involved In a dif ficulty with a negro Wes Walker at the lancing at 13ransvllle The ne gro who formerly lived at McHenry Mines near here had been employed by the Messrs lorman proprietors of the boat Hartford to assist in raising their boat We Three which burned and sank at SpoUsfle last FebruaryYoung Collins had accused the negr of stealing a pall of shoes belonging w him and claims to have discovered the darkey wearing them Hovever this may be the negro came onto the boat at Evansville and he and Col line had some words about the mat tel We could not learn the particulars of the affalrbut In the altercation Collins struck the negro on the head with a hammer handle The negro then left the boat stopped at the rlvtr brink to wash his wound and went on up Into the city LIt lie was thought about the matter at the time as It was not thought that the negro was badly hurt However when the boat arrived at Evansville Saturday on Its return trlpyoung Collins was arrested charged with striking with latent to kill and lodged In jail Ills bond was placed ut 400 It was saId that the blow on the ne gros head had fractured his skull and he was taken to a hospital where an operation was performed At last ac counts It was said he would recover The proprietors of the Hartford offered the boat as security for young Collins release and other friends cam to his rescue but the Indiana au thorities would take nothing only cask or real estate In a short time howI ever the m tter was arranged by his father and Charlie was released The friends of youngColllns are slow to believe that lie was not justified In hlttlllg the negro for he Is not a- boy who picks quarrels being of a genial dIsposition and slow to wrath When the trial comes up he will In all probability come clear of any blame In the matter Call for Taxes IILast taxes must be paid at be compelled to make levy by November 1st S T BARNETT Collector Thousand Peeple Present 1Twenty At Lords Supper Oct17Thp greatest re- IIglous gathering ever held In this city antI perhaps In the country wok place lit Forbes field hero today when about 20000 persons assembled lit the ceremony of The Lords Sup her the event beIng the principal feature ot to days session of the convention of the IJIscllllcs of Christ Christian Church About 100 elders and lQOO deacons of the church officiated during the ceremony In passing bread and wine In the great gatherIng while a choir of IiOO voices led the music Ideal weather lidded greatly to the comfort or those present Many or the pulpits In this cIty and those of surrounding towns were occupied today by delegates to the convention four big gatherings sj the various convention halls tonIght clos Ing the days program For Sal Twenty five acres ol first class Rough rIver bottoms three miles West from Hartford 25 per acre take It Apply to or addressIt A A SHEFEIELDIiartfordKy r 1heotrnfan fIac1 ofLife GIs The Stomachro- se 1 A who basa Wk and impaired tomllch sod who flees Mt- properl his food will soon find that his blood has bees- weaknd imvoverished sad that his whole body is iprupedy sslinsulGcieotlynourished Drr P1EReGOLDJsJf MEDlaaL DlSBOrU1 makes the stomach afrdng proaretea tie II w W digestive juices restores the lost appetite atea assimilation perfect Inrlsloratea the Ilrer adparIles and earlobes the blood It is the great llsiI alw leahhullderand restoratlro nerve teals lr sssakt as- atrong Ja bodY attire la mind and ceel la IItIfJlMM This Discovery is a pure glycerie extract of Ametieas tacdieal teeN absolutely free from alcohol and all 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THE REPUBLICAN ttlttttIf + tff THE KENTUCKY Uglit and Power Co LINCORPORATED I WILL WIRR YOUR HOUSE AT COST i i IHEALTHYOR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULDiBE WITHOUT THEM REACH F G BARRASS Manager t 4httg tftltt GOOD POSITIONS Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 30000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuitio- nBOOKKEEPING raughons competitors by not accEpting his proposltlonconcede that heteaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince you per cent of the United States Court Report SHORTHANDI write the system of Shorthand Draughon- I teaches because they know it is THE BEST For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call op or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE IIICOBIOR4TKDI EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPIHS i Central City Auction House iAuction Sales Every Saturday find night Consignments of Menchan I dise solicited You can pay railroad fare and save big money I BIG SALE OF CLOTHING NOW ON I I I o KING Auctioneer iZ Central City Ky I SSS S SURE CURE For All Diseltale o- fSTOMACH LIVER KIDNE N LECTRICQtalck- 14eItefandCttre foriAead ache aCMChe Dizziness- IndlgeMloa Malaria etc- i 1C Dl1e 1iOXvtsaasatar curie tthT F diM Judge n 1Ffirs PieterJ- 111er 7dtkrtw Ctetk letask L- 1thNc MaNet Ot1MWT 1 Mew 1 h1 n a Marttat- OMIKt Nutt 1 ttlaaS A- iAtib lYC iv Q AeA ey J W Aariia- owwt tbRAld tt cente3es firs a aW A- IN isoada3ai ti t i tit 3At1 asA erelwtrr th o weeks- eCrptmtlr bavttT P Tayiecs Jud- gr s ter 424t1t h U Wuadwant- dltvlaR ntrt t CCutt eanvene- sdrat ltztx I to eacA tttnuta titbt1e1tT1ae thetint TUf Tu- 1bWy Iv- aGttwt tcRe OtZettr alley Surteyo- rbreve S W Ivatch Asswor Rt- ibayJaawI eYwseaheei Superlnten- eat Uanh Jerome wen Coronas Jlagu JUSTICES COURTS J H Wallunr Bearver Demdfarch J4 JUDo 21 piember t December nW P lIlIItr Ifar UranchlIarcb K June s eptember s December W So 1Hn Dundt Marh r June K September No December tW It Edg bbntsvineMarch ffiJun- I September w December s- n s Chamberlain Btdallarch g June 25 September a December 9 Herbert Reader CcntertownSfarcb- 3e June e September 19 December aa- Jchn IL Mlles RockportMarch Ii June 30 September J0 December JHARTFORD POlICE COURT GtennCltyAttorneyCourt convenes second Monday In oooh month City CouncilJ IL Wllilamq Mayor George Lewis Clerk S K Cox Treasurer R Eo L Hlmmtlman Co M Bar GrtftlaHOOkerSchool Trustees Harttord 11- erawe J s Glenn W R Tlnsleyc M Barnett and Dr E D Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES thirdSunday7p m and 2ndSunday 7 p m Pray eveningRevBaptist ChurchServices held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening c P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a mand 7 p m- Rev T C Wilson Pastor everrfourthP m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET tUCIITIES Hartford Lodge No 6i5 F A Masons meets first and third Monday DnrnettW everthirdRo6ooeRenderHartford Chapter No 84 O E S moots on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HottleRileyRough RIver Lodge No 10 Knight of Pythias meets every Tuesday night RenderKHartford Tent No 89 K O T 11 meets every Thursday night EB ForemuRecordSunshine lllve No 42 LO T M Meets first Friday evening and third aft moon of each month Mrs CommanaerMrser Prelton Morton Post No4 G A nholds regular meeting Saturday bethe first Sunday in each month Ash RogersAditOhio Tribe No V8 Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednell day nights In each month C E Morrison Saohem A E Pate Ohlel of Records Acme Lodge No 339 h O O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night nt 730 L N Gray N DB D ScJ1roater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets let Saturday night in eact month Noah SkOSSB Free W D Luce SecT ea- OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers C 0 DRAYTON Pres Greenville Ill BowUnlGreenS D KUofP Sec Tress Indiana polls State Officers 1IOhio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Ky OAL PKEOWN Treas Hartford Ky HartfordKyIJ M DeWoeee Chairman Hartford Ky 1 L B Tichenor Hartford R F D No 5 2 J A Beaamy bUesvllJe DI4 T W McQulidy Daizotown Ky 5 Rtobard Plummerl8yorlMlne 6T L Drown Rockvort bITTERS tdediclad f rthee di lass SIC Gwraatd- S QcIOt+ aMBnaliTS CLRs s- l BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 1J HARTFORD KY 1 Yul practice their profession In aU the courts of Ohland adjoining COD UN and Court ot Appeals Special at tendon given to all business entrusted IiUceSpetalUea Office In Republican bwa nt FRANK LFELIXtp+ t Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohie lint adjoining counties and la the Court or Appeals Criminals practice and Col lectlons a Specialty ttlCIll In the Here aid building RB WEDDING Attorney at Law HAJtTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pensions htc Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Publlu for Ohio county Office over Williams Drug Store WLUEAVRIN EIiNRsW0ODWA- RIrIEAYRIN WOODWARD Q Q I1e1 S 4 e aQl7t HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all the courts or Ohio county sad Court ot Appeals Special attention ctv- ca criminal practice and collections Office next door to Bank or Hartford YAN CY L M013LEYiATTORNEY AT HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession ta aU the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and la the Court or Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First NaUonsl flank wBBARNES R ANDERSOll BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they l have formed a pftnerllhlp er the practice or Law In all courts State and Fed- ern1 with offices south illde ot Main eHartfordIaffecting Titles to Real Estate will b given special attention NotarY In office W H BARNES s A ANDERSON JORN B WILSON CRAB M CROWB WILSON CROWS l LAWYERS I J HARTFORD KY Will praotdoe their profession In aU the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in thu Court of Appeals Special attention glVel1 toe criminal practice and to ooiectIons Office on Main St opposite Court House IsWTHAT PAY advruth mthorcegllyatoor nII41pyoutoaaooati rvodenr PASSING REFERENCES Ybrtr0eld vr5O3OaWASHINGTON DO KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew fOR g1RICB ANa ALL TIROATANDLUNfiTIDNLE- SGUABANTFKD 0r OlL MONNBYUYVXDsD aoCUNEDA DDSrND D IeDdodels dvor=cop r4e4 IN ALL CPUNTRIE8 1JluIun hltl whir W rasa ln- MoecasdofrratAeparrnr I adwriterr ewk Siqtplh1mM ltatei btct os I WASHIN TON D C r t Humor i Philosophy- 7r DVJlCAJtIt SMITH PERT PARAGRAPHS IT may be hard to make good but In the long gnu It Is Infinitely harder not to A diplomat Is one wbo gets the other fellows to grind his axes Do your duty and lots of people wll think you ore making yourself mighty conspicuousA cpnMonce man becomes n promoter nfter that a finan cier then a pillar of society after which bls a candidate for a trust made halo y Next to roast- Ing a thing the ordinary maR prefers It to hoof such quality that he may safely commend It only rest Irhe women want some things Is because they have them- Vengeance Is his who lets things take their course unlnter ferod with by him Being funny Is really n grave and serious business Some girls consider themselves fitted for matrimony when they can run a Utcben and others when they can run a dry goods bill Saving money Is a slow and painful process and the worst of It Is that we never can save enough to make spe 1 Ing It nn equally slow process though not necessarily painful I Wise For Pay The expert witness takes the stand And winks the other eye And throws off language strong but vague From out his large supply Impressing those who Jo not know That he Is wise enough To crush all common men to earth For no one calls his bluff He wears a very learned look And whiskers brushed with care And tries his best to carry off A most distinguished air Words that are several Inches long Are all that he can find To make his meaning clear as mud And sort of ease his mind Ho has a text book In his head And from the store he draws Conclusion quite convincing as A womans own because If any one takes Issue with The theories in his book He turns on them his steely eye And wilts tbem with a look The expert settles with a word A gesture or a sign Beyond a shadow of a doubt All questions In his line But all the tlmo he Keeps In mind And makes the truth agreo With the conclusions needed by The one who pays his fee rBbtChance Would you recommend Jones ot Brown for this JonesYou him do you No No Why do you recommend him then Because I know Brown Feminine Finance What would you do If you had no moneyNo money No at all Tbatwould be easy Would It Yes I should just have things charged Polly as Strange Dnclo Charley did you ever hear of a snake swallowing Itself No I never did Do think It can be done Idoht nee why not I have often known of a horse to eat his head off Doubtful Honor Yon remember me dont you Your face Is familiar but I cant say whcro I saw It Think again Was It In the rogues gallery IAbout Even I Tho butterfly he fools around And loses every bet The bee he labors storing sweets For robber man to get Serldus Business What do you do for n living Eat 1 know But what do you work airEating Saved Something rtMlggs seemsto get along all right Ho has a good business head But It Is so bald Sure Ho has no barber bills Useless What the matter with your auto 7 If 1 know 1 would fix It Would a bottle of horso liniment jilp you outZ BlightedtrArFull many a scheme thatl ee bloom does not unfold men the promoter stops In mSlecure1 Because his feet got cold r Y A MUTUAL SURPRISE Tti Meeting Between an AmbKroue Hunter and HIs First Grizzly In Sketches of Life In the Golden State Colonel Albert B Evans tells ambtdoushunterm procession Tbo Incident occurred In the woods near the site of the pres ent town of Monterey The hunter sat down to rest In tho shade of a tree and unwittingly went to sleep When he woke was near sunset and ho sat up rubbing his eyes and contemplating a return to his hotel several miles dlllfnnt Just rustling and crackling noise from a clump of chaparral about 100 yards away attracted his atten tion Out walked a grizzly bear n yawnedlicked ward the tree whero our hunter sat but evidently was unconscious of his presenceHis majesty had proceeded about twenty paces when a female bear followed him and an Instant later a third grizzly followed her at a slow shambling pace The hunter sat spellbound with ter ror as the procession came toward him until the forward grizzly was within thirty yards Then scarcely realizing what ho did ho sprung to his feet and uttered a frenzied yell yell upon yell The effect wns magical Tho fore most bear sprang Into the air turned sharply about knocked tho female down rolled over her gathered him self up and bolted like forty cartloads of rock going down a chute straight for the chaparral again the other two bears close nt his heels and never turning to see what had frightened thorn The hunter seeing tho enemy re treating sprang to his feet and fled at top speed for tho hotel leaving hot and gun behind Tho truth of his wild and startling tale was proved the next day by the numerous bear tracks of different sizes found In tho marshy ground near by But the three bears had gone oft beyond pursuit THE NEW ORE One f Andrew Carnegies Early Iron Experiences Andrew Carnegie once stated that a short time after tho starting of his first plant In Plttsburg he had an odd experience with Iron ore 1 was offered some ore that sam pled about the usual grade so far as I was able to Judge from appearances at a reduced price he said I bought several thousand tonsa big order for those days The second day after we commenced to run It tho foreman came to tho office and told me the new oro was of no account that It did not flow and that the furnaces were so choked they would have to be dumped unless some remedy was found Those fires were built to last two years and to dump them at this time would mean so henry a loss as to practically put me out of business A young chemist had called on me n few weeks before and while I had not paid much atten tion to him I bad kept his card It occurred to me that ho might possibly be of some help though I confess I did not then sco what chemistry had to do with the Iron business nut I sent for him and ho came at once First he examined the now ore and then the old that wo had been running without difficulty and finally ho looked at the furnaces To avoid delay mado n little test of the two ores beI there I bad told him when he rived that I felt euro the new ore worthless and admitted my mistake In buying It Of course I did this as I did not want him to think T wA9 Ignorant of the business You can FnSaglnfi mjr sQrprtse then when at the conclusion of his test bo quietly informed us that the new oro was so good we did not know how to run it Tho fact was that the new ore ton tamped 20 ere more Iron than old and nit that It tvas necessary toI do was to add proportionate Increase of flux to bring about reduction American Industries Heat Conductors Some substances conduct heat mold freely than others sliver among the metals being the best conductor and as a unit of measurement Is taken at 1000 Compared with silver as a conductor gold is OBI copper 845 zinc 041 tin 422 steel 307and wrought Iron 430 Glass wood gases liquids and resinous substances are bad con fanductor top it will boll at the top while the bottom will remain Reformed coldIA commercial traveler tells us of an Interesting notice exhibited In the win dow of a small shop in the west of England It ran OME GROVE UNE 0 A POTT To upholders of the new orthography this should bo Interesting It refers to homo grown honey and Its price Lon don News Extremely SoIBut why did you eat the cako she baked 7 I wanted to make myself solid I Did you succeed- I should say so I felt like a ton of leadCleveland Leader Woman Way Blobbs Havo you ever noticed that the average woman gets oft a trolley tar backward Slobbs Thats the way sho gets oft a joke too Philadelphia Record t FamllyTlel Old Gentleman ITave you any tam lly ties WillieOb yes sir Father makes me wear all his old ones SHY LONDONERS A Trajt That Brandt Them as UnI sociable and Abrupt mat a complicated thing Is tbo cblracterot the Londoner Out of pure shyness be becomes disagreeably abrupt out of pure tear of Intrusion bo becomes unsociable A number of un acquainted men In tile same tramway car will never think of entering Into conversation as they would anywhere elso In the world Silently they leave the car as they entered It And yet it does not seem natural to me that they should not prefer to converse But they are afraid to Intrude besides they have not been Introduced Proper introduction Is ono of the characteristics of the Londoner In Germany when a man enters a private room containing people he does not know or If be sits down at a table outside a restaurantIn fact when ever bo comes Into touch with a stran ger be will make his bow and an pounce his name He will Introduce himself Then both will chat like old acquaintances But It Is ten to one that neither of them caught the mum bled name of the other nor did they care To both of them their meeting has been an episode to be forgotten the very next second And It not Infre quently happens that a man will turn to some friend asking Did you see me talk to that man Who Is be7 He mentioned his name but I did not quite catch it Now in England to walk Into a room where there Is a private gathering and to go around from one to another Intro ducing yourself would as I see be called bad manners The wants to be Introduced by EnglishmanI son and It seems that the will introduce the other two ouly If he j thinks they would actually like to know each other Then however tho name Is not only mumbled or men tioned but grappled with The two men at once Impress that name upon their minds associate the person with the name and forget neither the one nor the other An Introduction In Lon don does not seem an episode to me to be over and done with the next second but always the beginning of nn actual friendship And where friendship Is not likely to ensue an Introduction is I left aside London Mall I The Original Homes of Popular Plants I There are several kinds of immi grants of which no records are kept I by the Department over which the United States Commissioner of Immigration presides but they are ImmlI grants that in their own quiet way have done much to make the new world more like the old These are rlrOur Distillery is located in the heart of the worlds greatest whiskey produc ing District Nelson County KentuckyOldfashioned j whiskiesmade in an oldfashioned wayat an old fashioned distillery Try usthats all we ask d 4 u trees and plants andlf the neW world has drawn somewhat heavlla on the old in this particular It has paid its debt n kind as may be soon by the following list Madder came from the East Celery originated In Germany The chestnut came from Italy The onion originated In Egypt Tobacco is a native of Virginia The nettle is a native of Europe The citron is a native of Greece Oats originated In North Africa The poppy originated in the East The pear and apple are from Eu ropeSpinach was first cultivated in ArabiaThe sunflower was brought from Pent The mulberry treo originated IqI PersiaThe gourd Is an Eastern plant The walnut and peach came from Persia Tim horse chestnut Is a native of Thlbet Tho cucumber canto from the East IndiesThe quince came from Crete The radish is a native of China and JapanPeas aro of Egyptian origin Horseradish is from Southern Eu ropeRye canto originally from Siberia Parsley was first known in Sar dinia r QUICKS PILLS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills The New Idea Womans Magazine For November Women of every class will be Inter ested In the clever character study of Mrs Carrie Chapman Catt by MmnI nle J ReynoldsIn the New Idea j Womans Magazine for Novmeber The life story of the fmaous suffrage leadI tnakoldirectamusing incidents connected with thu campaign in the Far West Frances Starr the successful young actress tells A Little Story About Myself In this number of he magazine Another feature that has to do with J the sago Is Caroline Weherells sketch Some Successful Women Playwrights Katherine Glover describes New York Hainan Co COMPANY Ky g M1l 2 rlYouPaytheExpress Packed In Jug6r Bottles as wish gaLLincolnRye Baltimore Md 200 awl piWblteorYelJowComRobertson Tenn Greenbriar 2Wp lfand3ideSourMashBourboarxf6pergaLRed galRedfockspeclal I Rose Rye Beat our Stock 600 per gal Sherwood Rye Maryland 400 per gal White Label Rye Rye Whiskey 260 per gaL Jack Beam Nelson Kentucky 250 per sal Early Kentucky 800 per oval Jack Daniels Tennessee 250 per gal Distillery Robertson Tenn 800 per gal Guckenhelmer Rye 300 per gaL piNorthOld Fox Bourbon WhUkey Only 160 per gal Clermont DletlTnzCa52OOto 400 per gaL Peach ClermontDUtilllngCa 200 to 600 per gaL Rock and Rye i si n 200 per gaL Peach and 200penraL Gin Imported and DomeeUc2oo 400 per gal Gin 600 per gaL + 1600 2W 300 ant 400 per gaL Bottled In Bond Whiskies lets Sa60567551000Jack1LOOFanndaloRyeOld Bagby Co 400 750 Kentucky 460 II J200 Red Jeltenon Couuty Kentucky450 850 1200 ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT e AVgelable Ft i sdmdlathlglheFbodalltn oC INFANTS CHILDREN r 1 iincssandiesLContafnsneihrr t OpiumMorphine norMiaeraL nw L NOTNARCOTIC dM i IlllttrpefatL cLFmlfl R jli2sSmf N cln7edaqI I 4 hdJ P forConsfipa StomachDlarrtocaJ1 o 3o l Signature of o YORKC SSSRII POSES 35CENIS SlsMrfSS un rt Fo Exact Copy of Wrapper method of the to StrangersTwo features of tho month areSome People I Known by Margaret Reeve and Why I Am A Model By One Josephine of Illness de luxe and Incidentally presents startling statistics to show what It cost The fiction of the month I The Query Pertinent by Loizenux The lllght Door by Carter and Drusllla by Della Campbell Mcheod The Hell Apparent Eleanore Towndrows fasc ReaMorad Distillery No7 Bth DUtrlct Kentucky Controlled by the OEO H GOODMAN Paducah Memphis Tenn Shreveport La ZniL V2af I 0 you MaryUnd per County DUtiUerv ergal Baltimore Straight County Times County Straight Whiskey Greenbrlar Greenbrlar County Kentucky Brandy Honey Holland Genera rr Sob1lN Kentucky Facsimile 35 Citys Giving Have Husband Includes Jetnne Olive Roys Grace EvaruvlUe Brandy To Our Customers Every drop we sell conforms to requirements of Everydropproval you are not entirely pleased any cause return at our and your money will be refunded We understand the advan tage of prompt shipment and maintain a night and day force at all our houses We spare no trouble or make ship menta by and guar I anteo safe delivery of orders For benefit of tho RE HANDLER we bottle whiskey listed ten shortmeasure- regular t gallonyratepmt at the I t We will four quarts of 200 goods assorted Personal checks accepted when sender is rated in IDun or Brad street otherwise send money registeredlettersilver in the open mail Buying whiskey by mail is largely a matter of confidence Wo want to treat you in a way to goodwillthose three we aro to gain ahU hold your patronage Qeo H Go- IMi Any Rank er Exproem Go e ra t v iy For Infants and Children The You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TMI eMTauOMaTW fOO CITY natlng serial is continued The fashions for November are es pecially noteworthy Much attention Is given to winter huts and to the latest modes of using furs There are many practical Thanksgiving suggest logs In this beautiful number of the Magazine fake MENDENHALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria n We intend to make every transaction so satisfactory to eachcustomer that it will be a pleasure for him to give us his business Yourmoneys worth a square deal thats our idea of the way to make business goodand ours is the largest business of its kind in the South ii H r P J IINCORPORATEDsss Gr1 BRANCH nuu LS Paducah Ky2012032O5 Luwer Second Street I Cairo 111 Evansville Ind INew Orleans La jiYHML Dst Dhone IB Mole In Nelson Apple to Alooholj NeUon 110- 0EutFTimeeNeJacnCounb I Bible the from fireexpress the shipmentupon Goodman Kind We Paythe Express Old Cable Kentucky Bourbon In Jugs onb2ooper gal Brookdale Rye Straight Whiskey in jugs only 225 per gaL IL Z val lJOld McHaney WhUkey 100 proof Pure Straight Wblakey290 575 350 Smoky Mountain Corn Whiskey 100 pro- ofPurestraigbtwhlekeys0 560 825 qUo Sot IZqta Monogram Bourbon or Rye700 Fawndale Bourbon or Rye300 57S 850 Canadian White Rye 350 675 1000 Crescent Club Bottled In Bond 400 750 1LOO Red Rock Special Straight Ken-tuckyBourbon41 850 1200 MoesRoeeRyeBatlnOurStock550 1050 1500 Apple Brandy Clermont Distilling Co 300 675 850 Peach Brandy Clermont Distilling Co 300 675 860 Apricot Brandy California 300 675 850 Apricot Brandy Imported 400 750 1LOO Lincoln County Tennessee 300 575 850 FOR THE REHANDLER All Shipments In Plain Duo or Bask Express Prepaid Uu KI- bttlu Bottle Tennessee Wbhkeyunlabaled100pintsL00 1900 Nelson Co Ky Whiskey unlabeled 100 pints 2700 2400 Prirata Stock Rye labeled 100 pints 3000 27CO Shady Springs Straight WhUkey 100 pints 3360 a0C- 0OidDomfnionWhfteRre1OOpints8750 8400 ROYALr BAKING POWDER AbsolutlyPure Makes the finest most dell clous biscuit cake and pastry conveystofood themosthealthfulofe t 801uieJyP JILTS ONE TO WEn ANOTHER When Army Officer Wires Will You be Mrs Dobbs Miss Mercedes Guffy Answers I Am Mrs Frantz Already The following story cnocernlng the marriage or Miss Mercedes Guffy or Oklahoma City to J E Frantz on the even or her engagement tad Lleu tenant Henry Dobbs of tbe United States nrmls taken from the Oklahoma City Nows As Miss Guffy formerly resided In Hartrord the readers or the Republican will tnke great Interest In Its perusal The IWS says Like the grand climax or ye older days days or Gothic towers and twi light saints and the crusades and chivalry tit fltblng for a romance came the wedding Friday night or Joseph Edmund lrantz nephew of exgovernor Frank or3ntz and Mercedes Gutty daughter or I O Gully Oklahoma City attorney Young loehlovar himself masts liner or the twiddle ages Itomeo balcony orator par excellence Anthony willing to rtdinquish the pmp and splendor or nn empire fur the cuzJ cottage or married hulIlmlsthlh- lstroy or these pales to the common plnco when cU1I1lmrll to the mntrl- n1lnlnl race which wIth Cupid at tin starting tape and the minister lu the stand flnltlhlll Friday It Is the second time that Mercedes Gully has entered matrimony He first husband wets named Illghtower Their marrlago was annuled on account of her extreme youth later tlllc mot JoranlE They became engaged The engagement was broken In n short time her engagement to lleut WllliaUi Henry Dobbs was announced Frantz hurried to Okla homa City und saw Miss Guffy here lie asked her to marry him Then ho got the liceuse but tile girls parents objected She retired to her home and Frauta leftbut he kept the license and used It Friday lie came back Frldaymet Miss Gully and the wedding took place Those atn the cold facts and here are the trimmings It was a year and a half ago that Joo met Mercedes lit a college track meet matchless ttarting place fur a romance Tile days acquaintance developed to a ehuniship lasting for u year Then chine Joos departura for gild and the parental roof Enter William Henry Oohbs Fol luwsa formal meeting Later the aunuoncement or the engagement or- Jlcrcedes t o tllO lieutenant That was some six wreks ago On the 20th ol September society was surprised at the issuance of Q Il JosephEdmadlowsreport or parental Interference and an unused Ucwtseresting next to the heart or Joe Came an IntNIm r quiet Joes de parture once mbaa for Enid And thenFrldayGood Friday for Joe and Mercedes sugxise friends and the quiet wedding The marriage come nt 6 oclock At the dramatic WOn1lnt or 630Justfg the two prnolpNs were coming to realize that coarU ltip had turned Into- a sureenough honeymoon came tills telegrnuit Wes Mercedes Gutty Oklahoma CltrWIII1011 conic to LawtoSat urday as Mrs Dobhst 9lgnedI4n Win Henry Doba U S A l But the wise Jaffge of tliel6 1aCti had decided otherwise The laurts were already placed lIeCe ae U I tableau this rtrplr telegram Licut Wm Henry DobbS U S Ar A I1r h Lawton OklahomaCant Signet Jlrs Joseph Ednlond Fraritz Details with which to construct I- Iconciuslou tell Ma marked coldness upon the part of the parents or Mercedes when Joseph Edmond went to claim his own It seems that their hearts had been set upon the lleuten ant But the minister lead been summoned and there was that unused license The two were married at the home or Frank Frantz exgovernor best man and chief helper In the plot 1lr and Mrs Frnntz Orville Frantz and wife Joseph Edmond Mercedes and the minister Rev E O H whit wellwere the wedding party The couple will live In Enid Miss Guffys fathers father Is Judge Gufrey or KentuckyRepublicnn feudal boss He Is credited with voting his distrIct In Knetucky as he pleases and of the stat- eWords to Freeze The Soul Your son has Consumption His case Is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geog E Dleens a leading merchant or Springfield N C by two expert doctorsone II lung ipeclnllst Then was shown the won lerrul power or Dr Kings New Dls overy After three weeks use writes Mr Dlevens he was as well LS ever I would not take all the mo ey In the world for what It dId for my boy Infallible for Coughs and Colds Its the safest surest cure of leserate Lpng diseases on earthtic and 100 at all druggists Guaran sec satisfaction Trial bottle free m MASONS ARE IN GOOD SNAPS Three State Bodies Meet and Gold Reports Are Made Louisville Ky Oct 19 1909At the meeting or the Masonic grand lodge o Kentucky reports were made which show the order to be in excellent con ditionMasons to the right or them Masons to the left or them Iasons all around them them being Louislville- cltizens who are not Masons That fs the condition existing right now In the immediate vicinity or Ma sonic Temple Fourth and Chestnut street due to the meeting or three state bodies the grand lodge grand chapter and grand council The first body to start business wes the grand council which met last night under the guidance of W E Board grand master of Paris Ky This body wilt conclude Its dellber- tions today The grand lodge convened at 9 oclock this morning arid Its sessions will be held every forenoon and afternoon for three days with Grand Mas ter Virgil P Smith or Somerset In the chair This evenlllg the grand chapter wm convene at 8 oclock Grand High Priest l T Everett oCatlettsburgr- allphg for order The chapter will also meet tomorrow night All three bodies are to elect pre siding officers and John H Cowlesof this city Is slated for the highest or lice in the grand council The grand council and the grand lJecom mlgraeory or in other words to hold their annual session In the same city as the grand lodge Heretofore the council and chapter have been meeting yearly in Louis rlllcNo deeslon will be announcdd on this subject until the chapter and council have vgted upon It and their dtOialolll recorded with the grlnu lodge if Children FOR FLETC- NERSCASTORiA A tELEGfiAPH JOXfH He Knew What the Crowd Want ed and Delivered the Goods ELECTION RETURNS TO SUIT Swung States and National Chairmen Into Line In His Reports and Cave the Boys of the Mining tamp the Time of TheirLlvn A funny tueIdept happened on the nliht ot the national election or 1SOd ill II little camp tucked away In the omtntulhs of southwestern Colorado vhere the only means or quick com IIIIUIltloll with the world were a sin zle uncerain telegraph wire and 1 sin le more uncertain telegraph operator utumtly only the merest scraps of- siertion hews reachedd the clllnp hut wore the certalu news ot McKInleys tectlou could have been got the under ulll operator had fnllen a victim to his uvorlte vlcq und turtler had tllilenI- CIlIi1th till tnble The unlotb I who knew any hing dtloht telcgrnpliy was Shorty he loenl wit 11113 husunrist who ohm eensl tu wrlll out the election returns Is they rlteled off runt the telegraphh list rument Iolltlcll sentiment was ttlnme tar UrIan ewllot his election aus nee only sought but demanded for ibe avers =e American mIner Is ns san ulne llIIlrulllg the lIncpttnlntlesQr1- IOIItics III tIP is ullIrnlng the nneer- ntlntiesot udnlug lgevolunteer tellJ upper was Doted for ILII obllgillj dlil position lie was the genial of the rtmprhe boys had pieced stores or hint powder lit various points They Itiul cleiintsl end oiled tlielr six shoot m and rllIl1td their cartridge belts Itoutires were ready to be lighted on Ibl hillsides and natural enthusiasm aid bcen stimulated at the Metro pole the CosmaisIkan the Fashion the rutndlro Dud less pretentiously au II1rd oases tn the desert Qf tnlning eanip Ilhllenf11I fact ere7 tiro- Jiuhutry to the grandest celebration theSatiJtuin tfIllDln ever had known Sborty was not the unto to neglect nt opportunity like that The first bnlletlu hI hRndld to the waiting crowd stated that New York and In I1lulIlI were in doubt and It looked like L clue election with the chances tn coring Bryan Ibut whetted the lroTds keen appetite for returns tll- rnznr edge The second bulletin sent their spirits up with II leap Brynn- tins curried Kansas and the Demo crnts are lInhnllli Iowa 1Vhnopert from the crowd Shorty bent his ear to the cllcklnl sounder and Inscribed Bulletin ho 3 Illinois juhis the Bryan column with oOOO hmjnrity Indiana certain jew York very close Whln the deafening chores had kd duwu n young member of the partI asked the leader Oudnt wt better begin to set off the glnnt- Itefore the leader could answer Shorty tlIrovpd him by word and look Dont go otf bait cocked he odd its always best to walt until roes are ute You cant br too con oClrulle In a case like tllld After it long pause In which the crowd dlllluIed much Impatience the Imperturbable and couservatlve t3borl- rrlln84rlbPd bulletin No 4 but b ton passing It ant he said Nnv boys dont do anything rash Wilit fur the actual returns IthlleUONo 4 read Senator Jones l11lus Ohio and Pennsylvania fore- nUnder ordinary circumstances n doubt might lint been expressed eon- eernlug the probability of such states reversing their political records bul the crowd wits convinced ot Oil fin pending landslide for their favorIte Ind yefedwith delight Now WP INb- Plllllnlng 10 get the news remarked Shorty when the cheering ceased and be begun to write bulletin No 5 Ult follows New York gives Bryan 100000plu- rullty Indiana 40000 lteturns tram Ylurusln und Minnesota Indicate large Uemoeratlc game The crowd heard only the Urst sea tenet tlbontlng cheering yelling reaming It broke for the street Hold onY called Shorty neres IInotblrOullltln No6 Quay concedes Penn sylvanla to Bryan Another fragment broke from the crowd and mu down the street about lug the news The new operatorl5 len ell was travellolrrapidly over thpa per while his und fellow cltl seas crowded closely upon him and read liS tie wrote bulletin Yo i Murk HIIIIUU bus haled Up Republican headquarters and gone borne The roar ot the crowd was drowned lJy the roar or exploding giant powder Buildings shook wluduWI5 rattlldIICo- mpllnled by the crush of broken glass The celebration was on nud- Shorty McIntyre Will alone tbe celebration lasted for two days The mornlog utter election the regular operator had recovered HutUclently to transcribe messages announcing Mc- Klnleys victory Those who were sober enough t9ubdelltand heti- dtdnt bellete them After several warnings ot what would happen to blur It he didnt quit trying o tool people tbo operator desisted and Join- eel In the general jubilation Nut until the arrlvrot the Denver papers on the- second day did that ramll 11Keto a- reallsatloa ot the outcome urineelec lion and then there was not sutfltlent energy lift to rent even Indignationn- apgn much less ta r- enJe Oa the t41rd day thevptnntler- operatorwas more popnlnrthnn ever torali admltted he bad lilventbemtbe time of thelrlipee = Ybr6toiitM n MARY WAS g POLITE ih Amndc Message She Deily re D the Doctor i A very pompous doctor Is in charge of the female wards ot Ii noted charitable institution in London One evening about 9 clock MarY anew IrIsh servant girl knocked at the door Ot the doctors once saying Doctor the head nurse wants you to tOme down to supper The doctor swelling In his pride of superiority above the nurses sent the lrlah girl away with n curt message Halt an hour later the head nurse came to his room looking very serioul5I Doctor she said No S Is very bad Indeed 1 think you Qught to see h rat once f Wby did you not let me knoW lIPI tore Blithe reply Why doctor said the nurse 11 sent you word by Mary halt an hour- mngot The toolr latdthe doctor She told mOto come down to lIupperli Why said the nurse 1 senf you word too come down toelghtr An tpquiry made the whole thing clear MW thought It more polite to saY Come down tQ supper than to say Come down to ate Ie won His Bet A gentleman In Dublin speaking ot the Irish said that nothing ever sat stied them and that lae was wIlling tQ prove his words ona wager that It he should go to the door and call a cab no matter what fee he would give the drlver tor more TUe wager was taken for 10 The gentleman called a cab drove about a quarter of THE CABBY acrunnED- a mile stepped out and handed the driver a 10 shilling gold piece the legal fee being 1 sbll11og Cabby drove off The gentleman who bad taken the wager was exulting to his triumph when suddenly the cabby returned and touching his hat said Please sir have yo II durty threpenny bit about ye It would be such a pity to break II bright piece of gold like this for II drlnkl Hitch Your Wagon to a Star Hitch your wagon to a star Let us not fag In paltry works let us not lie and steal No god will help WP shall find all their teams going the other way Work rather for those In- terelts which the divinities honor end promoteJustice love freedom knowl edge utilltyRalph Waldo Emerson A TestQustion In Theology Six year old Walter had a new little walton oDdlt was very dear to hID heart Sunday was a long day and after getting borne from Qupday school be brought bls treasurearound OQ the front lawu to enjoy lt But his father who Could oot have the Sabbath bro ken hi the face and eeSf paseeraby- remonstrated with him telling him to take it around to the back yard Why cant l play with It here papa fWhy because It Is Sunday my coal But papa Isnt It Sunday to the back yard asked Walter la surprise The Wrong Laddie- A gentlemanon a walk from one of the suburbs of Glasgow happened to call at a farmhouse where he was readily supplied with a glass ot milk He offered the woman sixpence but she decllgtd all paymept I couldna tale money tor tshe said In her own proud WIly The gentleman expressed his acknowledgment and went on his way but at the garden gate he detected a small boy playing Surely he thought thIs Is the ladys son So he put his hand to his pocket to give him the sixpence when he heard a shrill Polc- eThats na ma laddIe sir Then there was It pause and the voice afterward resounded this time directed toward a small boy at thv side door Gang oot Wullle an speak till the nice gentleman at the gate A Name Like a College Veil From a crowjl of rah rab collego boys celebrating a crew victory a po lieeman had managed to abstract two prisoners I What Is the charge against these young men asked the magistrate before whomthey were nrralgued Disturbin thee peace yer honpr said dhepoltceman They were girth their college yells Int the street an makln trouble generally What Is your names the judge asked one the prlsonera Ro ro bert Ro rorollins stuttered- tboiottth I asked for yenr rime sirnot the evidenceEvetybodya Alagaxlae re Piain adnake it M d etht to skin a dead UIQ and the b often spoiled to th- ouree of the operatioD while oY the ether 1nd tl4a simple matter to skin a live snake and the akin thus pined Is worth much more Dead snakes bring from 2to IS cents accord III to their else pnd dive ones from 23 cents to It One ot the largest make skin companies baa factories is Sumatra When a snake is received from a hunter It is seized adroitly by an operator one band squeezing the neck and the other holding the tall is then attached by the neck to the trunk ot a palm tree tin assistant holding It by the taU With the point fa knife the operator cuts the skin lust below the head and palling with IIIMs strength peels It tram the writhing reptile In the same way that a woman peels a pair of gloves tram her handPopulnr Mechanics fGoodGood morning Browns Any news today Why yes You know my brother wh9 works antie bank Well ho went tobhslness the otberr day and found ElOOO on the counter And what do you think he did Stole the money the lrlpped off to Canada And when the news reached mfather It broke the old mans heart Ibats tUDny You know my brother 9rks at a bank too and when he- aept to busters the other morning he- touod 11009 what do your think phatstole it- No tORI to the managers OJc AtidIWb n the hews reached my father dO u know It broke the old mans heartsLondon telegraph c- Slfesm l or Light One night we were to a dense crowd watching a parade when during one of those unaccountble lulls which so of ten occur ln largo crowds a little fellow who leas perched bigltupon his fathers shoulder Oh papa you ought to see Way in the street they are just squirting light all over the peopleDellrielltot Suceessf urpub cJty The ling of successful advertisers was given an Interview My methods are very simple hI said I learned them front watchIng a girl trying too keep her engagement a- secretNewark News- Encouragement Artist Tes i keep pegging away Sometimes I get discouraged and say to myself Whnts the use Friend Dont give up old man You cant do worse than youvo done ion know Exchange Education Is a capital to a poor man and I1n interest to a rich manHoraelt Mann HemCame Wasnt you here a few weeks ago asked tho woman of the house at the back door Yesm reglled the wanderer but r understood from a pal that youre gOt a new pastry cook slne then Yonkers Statesman ri witkrifli wlna- nThe name of atart has been given a periodical wind which blows from the fatertorof Africa toward theyl Atlantic the three months December January and February It seta In with a fog or dry haze which loineUmescon ls the sun for wholee weeks togetherEve1l1lant every bU ot grass and to Its course iq withered as though It had Iteen seared- by heat from a furnace Often within an hour after It begins to blow green grass ts dry enough to burn like paper Even the hardened nattycs lose ill or the akin on exposed parts during the prevalence of this wltherlligwlbdt P Painful Ailment Though gout is generllly reckoned a disease or rich men and free livers one of the Worst of suffererS trom it was a well known English minister who died not long ago A friend once said to him Dr 80 andso what is gout like The clergyman smiled sadly U you put your band lu a v13ehe said and let a man press as hard as bit can that Is rheumatism and If hq can be got to press a llttidhardgr that Is gout U dolor lowing J 0 stomach alpitatiodoUioheart Digests wlutyeu eat Fiance Committee to Meetl The Flnaneo Committee Is called to meet la Hartford Saturday Oct 23rd 1909 llt 10 oclock l1m and aU rQ quested to bring enmpleJI of tobacco and all farmers that can conveniently- do so wm please send samples of tobacco Saturday D Ford Churn Finance Corn A Sof E OLATON Mrs C p Dean and son master 1 Harry Beaver Dam wore the guests i- or C D Dean R F D No I Wednes day I Mrs John F Allen returned front Central City FrIday there she has been taking Osteopathy treatment + Mr James O SUnson made a bus lneas trip to Morgantown recently + Prof A H Stewart wife and dill dreDonnle and Delnierwero guests or Mr Tom Murphy and family near town Sunday Mlsa Myrtle Lambert Reynolds R F D No 2 and Miss Mary LUmbert- or Whlte6vl1e were the guests or their parents near here Saturday and Sunday and attended the Institute at Hartford Mrs Crlt Hall who has been 1lIf the past two weeks is still confined fito her room Mr Vernon Crowder Horse Branch who Is teaching lit the Olaton sehoolftl attended the Institute last week at Hartford Mrs Mary WlikerMn or Owenshoro Is spending several dnys the guest of relatives at Olaton Maganjl Sulphur Springs and other towns In the county Mr Hume Payton and Mrs Hemit- to Nabors were at the bedside of Mr 1JI Ike Payton near Tousey Monday MrfPayton Is very ill of stomach r railing Heir DandruffAyere hair Vlcor pnHllptIy ifatron the gersu Aura dale Vlger Just Ipromptly dutroya the thai cause fallin 1Wt II noarlhes the hair ICI1DI that cause dandru1L it removes tTCf7 r calptailingDoes not Color the HairrWe wish ut and understand that Hair d ttdegreet blond hlrmay use It freely without having the made a shade darker Ingredients Sulphur Glycerin Qutnin Sodium Chlorid- Caphiwm Sec Mtehel yaleI Pulume Sow this lonnm to your doctor Ask him what he thinks of It t 10 ay taan L It sewjI ti b1 in Important Iit Queion F i 1In furnishing orr refuruisingthe home in whole = = or in part to have it artistic Whethef expensively k = or not Now that time is here For mailing the = homeattraotiva for the long days of falL ndwin I 1 we have solved the problem for you We = 1are continually adding to our furniture business = 49andcan show you a line of goods that are une Mt t 44 qualedin style quality and low price Usetbet= saute painstaking care iu sulectiltg yoUr house t= furnisitltigs hat you do ill buyig a hat or suit = f and we ttiillgQt your tirdor = rI f L9f n it I Ifi SCHROADERCO The Only Exclusive Fu niture E- fi If Housein Hartford44 t ttffitJ i W it WW55W WW i 4