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T wr w I J J Iillf e I t 1I tttf t4 4 fi Uqnblicana 1fineJp Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year H Il VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 1909 No 15 jDAVIESSGOUNYl BOY IN TROUBLE v Looted Bank of Which he Was President Born and Reared Near Habit an Worked for Qwensboro Bank Charles ti Bowlds a Davess County boy and formerly of Owensboro is ut dcr arrest in Sulphur Springs Colo Wide on charge of looting the Bank Of Grand County of 20000 Bowlds kad bought a controlling interest in tho bank no August 29th Taking excellent recommendations s from banks and business houses of Kentucky Mississippi New Mexico and Alabama young Bowlds went to Sulphur Springs and purchased a controlling Interest fnVtJie bank of i Grand County from TSflFv Brlggs of i Denver Colorado paying Brlggs 10 too chiefly In a draft on the City t Bank and Trust company of Birming ham Ala He took charge of the bank on August 29 nad conducted It as j president until arrostvd by order of s State Bank CotnmJssfoner Pfeiffer Bowlds went to Denver with J W Norment president of the Capitol+ City bank of Sante Fe N M who In troduoed him to Mr Briggs and his friends The terms of the transfer were agreed to after a conference Howld8 promised to give two drafts Goa for 2500 on the Sante Fe bank one for 2500 on the City Hank II and Trust company of Birmingham Ala The draft for the 2500 was um r X mpadlately honored the larger draft encountering some delay t + r When Dir Briggs wired the Dir Y r wlngham bank If they would honor t Bxrwids draft on them for 7500 the Ii r ply was In the affirmative Mr BriVga wired Instructions to Blrmlng binto send the cash to the Western Bank and Trust company of Chicago vajtar a delay and the money not jI forthcoming a reply was had from I Birmingham that they hind wired the I 7500 to the Western Bank and Trust i ompany of Philadelphia In the meantime Bowids had taken posses open of the Grand County Bank and hortly thereafter the Birmingham Lank wired the 7500 to tho Chicago bank as orglnally directed r As soon as ho got in Bowlds took kls 100 sharp of bank stock to Den r ver and hypothecated them with u bank thero for a lean of 5000 Ho luixt sent 2500 to Santo Fe bank 4thut had staked him for the first 2 500 nnd the caRh BO sent is charged to Ms overdraft Tho bank commissioner says Bowlds ppthen took from the bank About 13500 andJhat rumors of peculiar ruuac dons came to tho state hour the ux followingChnrlfs Louisa r Bowlds of the Habit neighborhood y and Ig about 30 years of age He attended the Owensboro Business col p lego when Flakier was Its president and after graduation worked in the Owensboro Gaslight office and tho Bank of Commerce for several years and subsequently became cashier of the bank at Burneldwt Ky which dosed its doors about six monthsgo J From Burnsldee Bowlds went to New j Mexico in or near Bante Fe Three r months ago ho was called to Owens 4ltoro by the illness of his mother hero told several friends tha 1toIntended to leave New Mexico Ills move took him to Sulphur Springs tr with the result above stated r Bowlds Is remembered in Owens boro as a young man of fino appear ance being moro than six feet tall And well built In this city ho bore an excellent reputation and his Mends think throe must bo some ml tako In his arrost Ills father Loiils 1c Bowlds Is a farmer of high 0tandJng Ho Was on tho petit Jury at the pros ent toxin of circuit court Clarence I Chester and Fleming Bowlda are brothers of Charles L Bowlda iOwensboro Inquirer A Tribute to C L Woodward Clayton L Woodward died at his home in Beaver Dam Ky October 19 1909 after a brief Ulnovs from pcrottn i It Is superinduced by appemlpcltls i Mr Woodward was a w n or Steven WoodwarAand Caroline Barnett Wood a s r ward His father was a bravo Federal Bofdlcr dud attained the rank of Cap thin during tho CJlvll War He was one of the most prominent citizens of Ohio county and at one time the Re publican nominee for sheriff of tho county at a time when it was over whelmingly Democratic Clayton L was the only son of his father by his first marriage and at an early age had the taro of the family be cauEe of the absence of his father In schooleddearly age He inherited from his an cestors a rugged honesty and strength of character which he carried with him to the grave No man who ever lived In Ohio county has surpassed him hisfamily hlchitaman of splended natural ability but of modest demeanor and but for this could have had almost any position wlthfv the gift of Ohio Co people He filled every position In life to which he was called with an pye single to the good of his fellowmen and the upbuilding of his community He lOaves a wife and four children with many other relatives and friends to mourn his departure from earth but they have the satisfaction and the assurance that ho has gone to that home above that house not mado with hands eternal In the heavens whose maker and builder is God May he rest In pence C M B HANCOCK COUNTY FARMER IS SORRY Failed to Pool Tobacco and Is Fleeced In Old Way Mr B H Banks a Hancock county farmer Is now seriously regretting his failure to pool his tobacco with ono of the organizations of the Green river district Mr Banks says he has a fine crop and was holding la at 9 9 and 3 Ho says ho brought 1000 pounds of It to Owensboro Monday and put it on the market The best price ho could get ho says was 7 7 and f426 Mr Banks says ho sees clearly now that be made a mistake in not pooling his tobacco that ho has 10000 pounds more In his barn and if he is unable to get into one of the pools he will lot It remain In the barn before he will sell It for the prices paid him for the 1000 pounds CENTERTOWN- Little tiltS Thelma McKinney Is rap 11111nessagain Kyspent fMrEast Hartford visited the family of H H Davis lust week Mr u S Whalen has accepted position with the coal company In a store at Simmons Ky L B Wade and wife are visiting friends In Logansport Ky Arley Shown Tolbert Mlllor Main Benton James Tinsley and Willie Llles of Beda Ky attended the candy pulling hero last Saturday night which was given for the benefit of the Baptist church I Mrs H H Lewis of this place I herti at O K Rowe wife and daughter of McHenry visited their parents here Saturday and Sunday- E M Morton and wlfo attended the grand Lodge at Louisville last week BALD KNOB Oct 2 Singing at this place next comee I Mr AE Sandefur and Cooper neighborhood spentfam1JyofI and with his P IMissesMiss Amat Payton Rob Roy Tuesday Mr L D Taylor who has been on the sick list for the last two weeks is improving MrE Gllstrap Is spending a few days nt Mr L D Taylors Misses Bessie Torrence Rhoda For= ronce Sand Harriet Sandefur visits Mr Luther Leach and family Wednes day i NEW CAPITAL NEXT SPRING Splendid Building will Be Pride of Ky State Reception Room to be Ready in December =The Frankfort State Journal says Dedication of the pew State Capitol may not take place until spring if the wishes of some of the members of the Capitol Commission are allow ed to prevail It Is the desire of these members thut the building shall be complete In every detail at the time It is formally turned over to the State This it is figured cannot be accomplished until some time after the first of the year when the Legis lature will be In session and of cours the ceremonies attendant upon the dedication will have to be postponed until tha body adjourns The Commission was notified yes terday that Gilbert White the artist had sailed from Paris with the two lunettes which he has painted under anll1whichover the entrance to the House chambers The paintings are historical nnd are typical of the early settler life in the Dark and Bloody poIsitfonthe next few weeks For the past month the paintings have been on exhibition in a Paris salon and White writes that they have been connolsIseursState 7000 nnd the securing of the contract enabled White to get mar whilethea brother of Stewart Edward White the author The fittings of the State reception room which will be the parlor of the Capitol will not be delivered by the contractor until some time InDe cumber This room will bo furnish ed in the Louis Quartze style and the carpet is now being made In EuropeThe commission has not contracted for the decoration of the Senate and House chambers It having been de cided to leave the matter to the wish es of the Legislature p ElginKeown wedding of Miss Mary Gilmore 1The to Mr Virgil Clayton Elgin place at the brides homo on Main street at onethirty oclock p m November 3 1909 Miss Keown Is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Cal P Keown nnd Is one of Hartfords most accomplished cad refined young ladles Mr Eight is a son of Rev and Mrs Virgil El gin and Is universally popular The ceremony will be performed by the Igroomlg father pastor of tho local M E Church Tho bride and groom will leave for Beaver Dam immediately after the ceremony where they will take the 248 train South for 11 short bridal trip spending most of the Urns with relatives and friends in Hopklnsvtllo Ky Their numerous friends Join Tho Herald in wishing them a lung and pleasant Journey down lifes rugged pathway CENTRAL GROVE Oct 2lIr and Mrs E M Morton of Centertown attended Sunday school here Sunday Mr Morton 6iCvu tho school an interesting talk The twelvo months old child of Mr and Mrs Ernest Stewart died last Wednesday night of dyptherla Tho re mains were taken Jo Woodwards V1 ley where the intrement took place on the following day Mr Edgar Hill and mother Mrs J A Hill of near Owonsboro visited their aunt Mrs D B ioney nt this place and other relatives nir hero last week rSr Mr and Mrs John Roew of Equal ty visited the family of Mr Brack Rowe Ssvurday ught and Sunday C L Loney received a stroke of paralysis in ils rghtnnn a tow days ngQ due to excessive use of the pen he la therefore unable to continue hla CitythisiM F Faught went to Centertown yesterday to see his brother W S ilpught who has been sick for the pas daysr Loney has moved to Williams Mines Miss Rosa Loney Is staying with ho uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Rob Brown near Beaver Dam Elbert Goodall of Centertown frMiss Ruth Tlchernor were tho of Miss Myrtle Park Sunday afternoon r 41CROMWELL Oct 27Mr E W Jackson a few days ago purchased the property of Blv Jas p Taylor Consideration 2401tcV Taylor and family have gone to Rochester Butler Co Ky to make their future home While we know t4have lost a talented and good raf n people of Rochester have hapI the slncers desire of many friends the much esteemed Dr Allen has gone to the City of Chicago to take acourse of lectures In what branch we did not learn Mr J D Gordon of Owensboro was the guest of his brother Rev G- 1Y Gordon a few days last week rof Lawerence M Gary is visit IngTils sister Mrs Laura Barnard of CeJitertown this week x ilr Wade Strutton Is attending GreenI from FridaI of Manda was George Porter Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sarah F Gary was tho guest of DAFs P A Jackson Saturday and- Sunday night McMuilensllPpntlsMr I Mrs1 John Pirtle are the profilFparents of a 121b boy Rev liircn billet win preach at the schoolhouse Sunday night I I FOR THE BUSY READER I William H Short a former convict shot his wife nnd committed sulcldu h h1IlIgLon Congressman Charles N Fowler of New Jersey former member and chair mini of the House Committee on Bank Ing and Currency huts challenged Semi tor Aldrich to u Joint debate on the subject of a central bank Rufus W Pockham an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court died at Albany after n long Ill ness of a complication of diseases Jus tlce Pockham was appointed to the Supreme bench as u Democrat by president Cleveland Tho hearing of the application of n number of Oaklahoma railroad compa nies in the United States Circuit Court at Guthcrio for an injunction against 2cent passenger faro law and certain freight rate schedules was set for November 4 S J Howard Roblnwm a former Lou isville newspaper man and recently editor of the Tobacco Planter ut Guthrie Ky was found dead in the bath room of his home near Nashville Ills death was said to have been caused by asphyxiation tho bathroom being filled by gas fumes when his body vats discovered by his wife Returns Thanks No Creek Ky Oct 23 Editor Republlcan Please allow me through the column of your paper to express my thanks and gratitude to my friends and neigh bors for the birth day dinner given mo on my fifty first birthday Oct 22 which was a grout surprise to me theIwith so many nice presents I wish ito thank one and ill I shall never forget your kindness to mo on this occasion especially will 1 hnvo a- veryI pluasent reccnllectlon ct West conIveyedthat 1 recloyed from the school May you all be crowned with success Is my wish p BEN S CHAMBERLAIN Y EXCITINGEXPERIENCE I I Deputy Marshal Ament Has Close Call tru M i Arrest of Boy Causes Mother andi a Sister to Show Fight United States Deputy Marshall Ament and United States Postal In spector Hosford arrived In Owens boro Saturday evening on the Illinois Central trait with Chester Phil lips a sixteenyearold boy whom they arrested ten miles west of Glen of dean on the charge of violating the postal laws The boy was taken be fore Deputy Commissioner John Dean for an examining trial Ho was dismissed tho prosecution being drollpedhThe boy was charged with stealing i one letter and four postal cards frome a rural route box The letter was mailed by C C Kasslnger The arrest of the buy was one of tho most exciting experienced by j Marshal Ament since tit has been in the service He narrowly escaped bfI IshandsInfromThe father and an older brother wore at tho house but they just watched the proccedtuseThe officers were first confronted wlht the mother who stated that they would have to walk over her dead bcdy before they took her son Marshal Ament tot hold of the boy and left Inspector Hosford to take care of the women As they were go Ing through a small neck of wood leading from the house the sister of the buy rushed behind Ainuiii IItrlkn ing at his head with n club Just as she struck the boy foil to the ground causing Ament to stoop Just in time to miss the blow in the head but It caught him In the back Whilo Hos ford was standing on an ax tIllF mother appeared with another onla She rushed buhird Ament timid struck at him but Hosford caught her arm wardlrg off the blow Had she struck the officer he would havo probably been killed At this paint tho woman said sin would get her feint gun Sins was I moving off toward till house AmllI1 tJhlllIwrilniwliig his revolver at the time He continued ti talk to tho wtiimn get titu In oward the house lie then i niado a dash Inside nnd secured a shot gun and rifle timid the ammuni tion After this no resistance was of I fered and thu boy was gotten into the buggy awaiting and the officers drove away Three hoes anti three axes were taken away from tho two women by the officers during th scuffle and both officers were completely fagged out when they reached home The boy was poorly clad and I1ltlt not appear to bo very bright mid he had the sympathy of the officers IIII refused to rat anything whllIIn route here When th eboy left on the I C train after being dUmteHdhu was in possession of 11 complete new outfit of clothes with money to get home lie appeared in a fine humor when ho found that he was returning to his home He told Officer Ament that he liked him S RENDER Oct 26 Reginald and Itonlvn nf Central City wore here lost Wednes day the guests of Will Johns Chas Thlnes of Taylor Mine s was hore last Wednesday J W Hale went to Central City last Wednesday Everettc Bronw of Central City was here last Friday thogmt of Will James Downey Hocker of Beaver Dam was hero Friday Miss Maggie Blackburn went to Louis yule Saturday where she will spend the winter with Mr and Mrs J H Brown formerly of this place Willis Southard of Prentls was her- S t urday Mrs Jesse Dowell was In Beaver Da Saturday VotorHj Mont forget that next Tues day Is Novcmber2id which is ejoct Ion day Do yrourdtiand place the ii X under the Log Cabin Chester Stewur went to Horso Branch Sunday Cecil Ezell went to Caneyvllle Sun dayWarren Stevens of heaver Dam was here Sunday yesferiasMrs Martha Fulkorson and MM Jennie Roll were In Beaver Dam yes terdayBorn to the wife of Sam James Jr girl yesterday Mother and chill arn doing well Revs W D Cox and X C Roblson sucI of two weeks There were sixteen con verts and thirtyfour penitents Bro Cox goes from here to Taylor Mines where he will commence a meeting next Sunday it Is hoped he will have the success that he had here He la an able man and n good evangelist ono the best that ever came to Ohio county aesTo the Voters of Ohio County I am Imformed that in many parts the county a report Is being circu for the purpose of Injuring men my taco for Representative to the tat I am a member of to millers assooIaMonbecause I happen to be Interested in a small way in the milling business Such a report Is abso lutely false I am nut a number of the Millers Association mid would not if I could do anything to injure millOJ drive them out of bus I have always been a farmer am now engaged In farming mind Interests are with the harmers moro than any other class of people If elected to this position 1 shall be ndeavor to serve all the people and no vote of mine shall be given in the Interest of Class legislation or legis lotion which could be used to the detriment of any citizens of Ohio coun- t3 as against those engaged in any other occupation Trusting that this brief explanation wlJ be sufficient and that I will have support of the people at the election Tuesday 1 am faithfully yours W S DEAN FORDS YuLE Oct GTho remains of Mrs Get Bates were brought through hoi mid taken to the Miles burying gruunc for burial Tuesday Mr and Mrs G Rrmon Fugun will begin housekeeping WednefMlny They have many friends who with thaw a happy married life Mr David Falls has ben very+ ilek since Sunday Ho is KMIIO better now Mrs 1 S Mason U teaching hteolMH school this week Mln Jesse Hockor has malaria fovoi Miss Evelyn Ford lt entertaining Mss Maggie Conltf of Umlivllle slid Miss Stella Edwards of Burdiwell this weok Mr Jas Toward who has typhoid is some better Dr Felix nod daughter Garnet wore In town today The American Tobacco Company building Is nearly complied This I + four tobacco warehouses for our little town Rev Harvey the Methodist mlnlste has moved Ids family hon and hits taken charge of his work for the year Ray Lewis has returned from Glon dean where he has been connduct Ing n series pf meetings He reports a siicces Miss Reba Lewis Is visiting friends nand relative In Owensboro Mrs Bottlw Johnson Mr and Mrs Fred Cooper and Mrs Margaret Smith attended the funeral of Mr Pat Huffey Whltesvillc Friday Mrs Perry Cooper and daughter Rachel Ellen lave returned from LouisvilleMaster Leonard Marlow has malaria fever but Is Improving Mr Dick Wells Is expected to live but a few days J For Sale Cheap Good grist mill consisting of ten horse power portable engine 18 inch French rock vertlclo burns nUll em ory stone 300 cash takes tho outfit Ht4 J W Cheek Askln Ky Notice The A S of E Stock Committee will make another shlpmnet Saturday Oct 30 Any member having stock to ship must notify the Committee three or four days before shipment SILAS STEVENS J M SHULTZ L BTICHENORCouimiftee 1 BURLEY POOL LOSES OUT x G- 72 Per Cent of The Cro Pledged Society Leaders Announce Total of About 140000 Acres Secured Lexington Ky lTho extended period for the fooling ot the tobacco crop ot 1909 expired Wednesday and the result Is gratUIIng to the loaders ot the movement n sufficient gain having been tnado 61nco the first o the month to give the Burley Soclet1 control ot at least 75 per cent crop In the neighborhood ot 140000 acre ot tobacco nre pledged to the SocIety Dud members and others who hope to the success ot the movement are out In the Burley district buying up th crops ot Independaut growers and putting them to pool This has boon ono ot the factors In Increasing tho price ot the now tobacco The executive Committee ot tho Burley Society met In the offices ot Colonel John R Allen In the rlullt- Dlllllllng last nIght to go over the plans for the IucorpOrntitnt of the pr- lased Burley Tobacco CODllkUY Besides Colonel Allen and DwIght L Pendleton the attorneys for th Burley Tobacco SocIety there were present Mr IJCUul n member exott- lclo of the Executive CommIttee ond Mowers Lister Witherspoon ot Wood ford county S A Shatiklln of Mason county C C Patric of I aetteo- ollnt Fred Stpcy of Corroll count A I Ferguson of Scott county nod L J Evans of Brown county 0 Attorney T I Edelon also one of the Sooltys cuuusol was unable to at tend the meeting being detallled by a case In court nt RlchmoJ1lI Nothing WK8 gIven out II to tit result ot the conference hue the ii- eorloratlno Impell will bo flied soon iwohabty in Iuotte county around th tock tv pretceot the grower who buys It and the Soot1 from its trulIMtll to llOMibly unfrlotdly Irndg Is thha- It will always he under tho control n the member of the hurley TbSCe Society a1Jea a111eoiloyd pr+ trtt repreoroUL the of the Burley Tubaca S tel4t- yfnI also preont et the nuethtg- 11hne she bed III oampbte tlgllrllal till the amoaat of tulllteo uou JII Iool- ebe sand the lellorte abe had rltOtlvel- lbCV ated a gale or bnween JrOO a 1 40000 acr fur the pool and the tl vain might go even hllllfr de- p Upon the reports trout ousid- e Lsid said that the IilUL3 n Uuriey TJICICO Se- r y ladplu411nte mtl1UraC t ti were not being cn IL uncI II1I11Ulluld hlIl Cttleollltln d tl vv the U sstnncu of I r 1 0 St1ulPy who tan- I tat fit the Jln ot tbtiIy wirtii Ireld nt I ttert eS as eullsdI fvIttun U the u u thtily outue ap Iu the I r I vr VF 1 II oletl en tk0ler 1 w the tel I pooled Io far bs- c r a IItIe btOtld 140000- I IIr to dete tor tbe cloa 1 p j lisat pased no tubaeeo J nor oudlat lJ three inc i h tturiey Je14ay though n I r tiig will lH Acme and n ct11 laad4 t 4I CIlrk laId Wrd i ill lInt the pol Is at- t Jtr tlutll Jt bag over r wdl1rdll of fLu mL11 tlI Dnrley 1oulety ouuuty however only u I jof cent hmB been pooled o 01 Ute pnlfJlrt fur an f l tlf If pool thlll y4or ere let to they htvr men lince 17 Jaof tits Iluiley fo- t rte retutd Wednesday m c 111 liaaoia county where 4 I q1yy nttrht to speak at WI WUIlLy Iu beutit of ti cm the latest obtainable statllticl appeI III that la flraue tig Lion w U ponnde per cnli1 in Eug Lladlyounde In Luetria 29 pouulli lu HQpry ZI poundi lit Italy 11- i Oqa and lit the United States aIi tie over tJ poumIB for evrq men xlnan nod child or ovr 17 IIOUIIII- Iflr very nude clllzvlI over tfJ yoarB OOIllIllYIIItlunthroe to six times what It Is In must civilized oouuUlee Since 1970 the 141 crease QC par etpltL oonruugihtn im the UnIted BLttgs bas hUtIll uvur 259 CtIttorland f LIjually surpriahlg la the dlfNrdnce- l tr j f bILcco taxes by dlrtreent countries For Instance aocordlng to Ii table pre pared by the Department of Commerc and Labor theaverago combined Internal revenue and custom taxes on tobacco In the United states Is 17 cents per In the untted Statue Is Britainpper pound In Austria 40 cents per pound In France 85 cents per pound Last year we obtained 87000000 of revenue from tobacco it the French taxes had been aplied to our con over 436000000 It the British taxes had been applied we would have received 380000000 It Is shown that if France had a pe capita consumption equal to that of the United States and applied her present tobacco taxes she would re ofce75000000 The same process In Great Britain would bring 192000 64000000fsouth of Pennsylvania rosebay mountaIn laurel rhododendron Am erlenn rosebay bIglaurel Pennsyl vanIa bIglent laurel Pennsylvania horse laurel Pennsylvania deer ton hutclt 110150IThe jlmsou wows are rank l1sme1 Ing plants with large funnelshaped flowers and prickly fourvalved seed pods They are mostly weeds whIch have been introduced tats the United States from Europe and tropical Am erica The present species Is a strut smooth bushy annual two to five feet high with a coarse green stem largo leaves and white heavyscented- e Mowers two to four Inches Inog The flowers apptar from May to Sep tember and the roll ripens trots August to November accorlllng to latitude The seeds are numerous and about the size ot n grain ot buckwheat When but Inter they are Illsconted and nnuSlatlllg Cases ot poison by jimson weed arise In adults treat excessive use as Chlldrmlnrbthey are permltod to play where the weed Is to h0 found Several cages of that klllcJ were reported to the AgrlcultAt Alpeu pol8neo- s the purple flowered speclew whIch are curosltyt arerlor playing with It In the ntmtth Th freeh leaves and aiM the root have blm cooked by misakt- hout others wild edible plants One o live inatunces are rlIjItld In +ehld cattle have hero pnlslnied hy satin i till leRf1 tat young plume witch I were present In grits huyJll1llnllol- I pila teoortl I Id Rather Die Doctors Than have lilY feet cut oft sold 1i L BlnlhAIII of Prlncovl1le illbut youll dIu runt gangrene whloh hadI eaten away eight toes If yon alit all Ilootonl Intiteall he used Unclc1ens Arnica Salvo till wholly lured Its cures of EUlemnFevar sores UOIJM hums and Jlnt altound the world ae at all druggtsla m iMachine of to this Record TheftII 111plRrl1 lb and riot only ttkea n picture or the thief but sec rdtily- regiucre the ii ear lIt his vielt The Teelmical World In deeerlldng It says The rlx nt to hl protected by the klep- togruphcoal sins ueyslpnt or wireaand overr the window dour safes otc lIehis OlunEelld with nil the objects I IlfnlPotratlera uudPl tho aetknt of Bouts contact i uvuinnairily sntl tmcouolonrly touched by the poraun t+ Jll dIrect itself au wmaI ally Illward the contact that ha leeward the thIef and after ulving- opened the ubjecttve IIhutter will Ignite the IIII1IUt11II1I lewder Intended to supply the r1l1lilht anti again close the ltJeerho after tbo view ho bet u taken then oxchane the rllln set a new portion of randy anti rwgliiter the oxletIKlwderI Tlwwhole of thaxe divers olr II fllrltluJrtod 101trudlrthe kieptGgraph thus tolleWI any 1111 tl nl of the thief In order to preII pare a set of llutheutJo anti lrrtrfutahl IdocullletllloI to eseist the lPUce ill their search fur the rlmlmal Tbo ourr4 r required for working Ute apparatua III either half that of an ordinary battery orBrter duo rpducUon through proper rualxbtnco the currant derJvw from the electric mains Being closed In a box entirely hJddon from the burg ular the kloptograph cannot possibly ho harmed Ity the latter Last Call for Taxes Your to 4n taxes must bo paid atI onceor I shall be compelled to make levy by November 1stjlS T BARNETT Collector MURDER WILL OUT Man Arrested for Crime of 22 Years Ago Magoffin County Man is Captur ed in West Virginia and Placed in Jail Huntington W Va Oct 25Just twentytwo years ago In the taU of 1881 Alex McFarland of lIendnlc1 shot to death hIs lifelong friend Thomas H Patton the tragedy takIng place on a country road where the two men met while on theIr way home from hauling logs Immediately following the shooting which resulted In tho death of Patton 48 hours after ward McFarland left the State and until a few days ago nothing had ever been heard from him He was arrested Ih Kanawha county just across the border line In West VirgInIa from Kentucky With a few words ot farewell to his wife and the little children Sic Farland accompanied by two frIends left his homo and until a day ago they had heard no word from live has band and father who had left them to provddo for themeelves wIth only J tow moments warnIng The story ot the escape Is interest- Ing McFarland and nls two friends stretched out la lIne several rods apart with McFarland In the mIddle and when a stranger was mot the ma In the lead would shout how dye dl loud enough for McFarland to hear and so signal hIm to drop Into the brush out of sIght The same rule worked when anyone came up from behind and so fan ths way after days of walking and watchIng the murderer was slipped out of the conilnuniy and the State And the friends novel told both dyin a few years later carrying the secret with thom Into the grave The are MartMontagueWhen Pntton was shot down there was at his home a son a boy of eight teen yearsho Is forty nowand he forrsearcheup years Ho had about surrendered all hope committediand himself an orphan but recently there came to hIm the news that the muderer had been located by a friend who knew hIm and had talked to McFarland lu the Mal and I coM regeona of West VIrginIa and by adroit effort and earnest preten Ions of frendship wormed from hint a confession ot the crime commlttod- luhlllJst n quarter of a century before back among the hills of Kentucky That man was John Gulllt ntw of Salyersvtlle Ky who accidentally stumlJled upon toFarlaud wive sons JCalhrGullet wal a frloud of the fxmllyruY the maa Ito hall slain so many ytrn- ago Gullett realizing the Importuneq ot unceitoHenlrtOils and Jl11formcd Itetcu A fatten the son of the murdered nutn ortllt10- 0AUOII of McFarland nod plnnx were once laId for hlK arrest which Will necmnpllshed Nalnt achq III hI lay ht bed asleep by the silo lit the womAn who lied fIJI years ell veil erself his lawful Wlt- i The arrest was mode by ItcNceA Pal ton ace of bcFarnndr vtttinl John WlllIl1l1l jailer of italelglt CJUII- I Ilairleon Wmlaml deputy ahyriff Ruleigh J M XlclllI deputy ahor lfit of Morgan county 1Y and Johu- Sl Gullet The men vent to MoFarlauds home Jmtrmmndell tile huuru and then the deputy sheriff uf Raleigh quietly opened the loot anQ followed lIy Relxe- 1al rn and John Gullett IIIPII ln- rhle end were Ju the presence of Me FarlandIWhy We Are Stronger Tho old Greeks and Romnns were strenpththolrmusclos of the men stand out like cords As a matter ot fact wo hnvo athletes mud strong monmon fed on nilQuakorcontest with the old Roman or Greek chnmplonsftIts II matter ot rood The finest food for makIng strength of bone lI1 1scloIand nerve Is fine oatmeal Oats Is live best because It Is pure j noo husks or stems or black specks Farm feedingtheOats they get the best results In work convenientto thelarge ind then McFarland sprang out of bed onlyy to be confrohtedby tho of ffcerarxlp read theyvarXent i Jin and warned him that anything ho paid henThevfoman were by this time awake and crying but tlc Farland quieted them and turning too the officers told them they had the wrong man and that his name was Press Carter and that he had not been In Kentucky for 25 years Then ho saw Gullett the man who had wormer hia secret tram him and hIs face fell for he realized the desperate position be was In He promIsed to go peacefully Jf tHey would not handcuff him and they took him to SaIye1SV11e Ky where he will be trIed for the crime of nearly a qua ter of a century ago QUICKS PILLS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors BillsJ Hogs do Not Root for Mischief A great many people seem to think that hogs merely root for mischief but such Is not the case They toot for alkali whIch they rind In the soil and whIch aIds them is dIgestion Naturo helps them out In this way when man neglects them In the amount of carbonaceous tood that we feed our hogs there is not sufficient phosphate for them Anything that wo throw to the hogs whether lime bones or oyster shells seems to be greatly relished and seems to help them In dIgesting theIr other feeds and promoting their gon oral health Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA tict AaOlll i 4l tinmaI oar tber II- lala3oo 2probably riota rrstrlctL Ol uage Itfllll resinU tatla no wltholltO SdtntlfkAbandaometyllt tclc- ulaUon ot an U a arttoarmonth1 e U NI Co OIllCfl J D 0 IIJtaD flnlshanddeelgneo p on are reo ny you l dll AlIn sold leading- dealersenrywhere showing MERIDEN nfITANNIACOhlnsan For Rheumatic Pains As we get older the blood becomes sluggish the mus cles and joints stiffen and aches pal lS hold easier Sloans Liniment quickens the blooel limbers tip the muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache withastonishing promptness Proof that it Best for Rheumatism Mrs DNIFL Minnie Mann ChoIce RFD No I Pa writes t jointsItAlso for Stiff Joints Mr MUrON Wmrstaa noo Morris Ave Birmingham AIrltl stiffjolnts Sloans Linimentis the qickcst and best remedy for Rheumatism Sciatica Toothache Sprains Bruises and Insect Stings lrllo 21 c LOc mud 100 lit AU Dealers Ielll fur Sloun Free Unek on JlOIIICI tddreae DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS I by Send for catalogn- GL all designs C eeMerits Cam take is II of s J u mONEY CANNOT GUY A DETTER PAINT THAN HANNAS GREEN SEAL The Paint possessing every eacentid quality Nothing in It but what sllcuta be there Nothing lacking that wla l11provc It Pigments scientifically combined anal finely groundin bare Linseed Oil The Made to Weir Paint that outwears nil others and that In wearing away does so grada oily leavlnga perfect surface for repaInting Fon SALt try layFAUGHTDRL B BEAN Hartford Ky Re estateFor I 72 acres of Rough rRiyer bottoms one halt In hIgh state pt cultivation rest well timbered with White Oak Beech Gum Mapel 4 miles west 1- ot Hartford on publo road GOixll1 dwelling and out buildings A awe house and lot situated In old Fall ground addition to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house four room COt tags a good awe barn Desirable location 182 acres ot upland known BS the Perry Kirk taN located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres to spomdldetato of cultivation 82 acres timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out buidings lots or good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwelling and store house one acre or lot good out buildings at email mInIng town In Ohio county ono mile fromR R Station In center of tine farming country Nooompet1Uon In bulneess For full particulars can onus 87 acres near Concord church 4- tmiles east of Hartford good dwelling and out buildIng orcbard plenty of water 40 acres In Umber balance In good ante ot cultivation A tract of land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public road one mile OUthWest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres wen timbered 50 acres In cultivation splendid dwoi- ilag barn and out building A good orchard and other convenienceS attending a welt kept farm A trnot of land on halls Creek one mile southwest ot Sulphur Sprhags containing 100 acres 40 acres InI Dotltoms two barns and dwelling kept and In good conditIon We dont own the property We are only agents tor the owners and thoIyour property with us or It you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY- f ff Hl AfRtt McCALL PA1TERNS- I Celebrated for style perfect tit lmpUeity and nearlyeveryI or by man dlroct More sold than any other make Send for tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers titan other fashion Imgazlnemillion a month Invaluable Lat i halydresslnyetiquette I patternSubscribeWO iOERFtJL INDUCEMENTS hAGeats Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize ITefl Address IDE McLALL CO 231 to 21 W 37th St NEW YORK Public Salet III DUROC JERSEY SWINE i AT Louisville Ky Nov S 09 IPtly head constethng of spring and boars yearling sows I and yearling boars and aged boars Our herd won more promlulJls than any other at four State faIr A credit ot tJ months will bo gIven fOil nU purchuses over 2000 to parties rurnl bankable note Iree etrter Itulllmlnt at Willard Hotel Call onus for cltnlogw- BARDWELL BARNARD Mcltlenry lay J HLAST RAILONMIN ar r Connection Made and First Train Reaches Junction Two Work Trains Commence Bal lasting Roadbed Preparato ry to Opening for Trafic The last rail on tho M H E railroad was laid last Wednesday at 10 oclock and the rood Is completed from Hartford to this city When tho last spike had been driven It gave Madlsnovlllc the long talked of ralW roadfshe has needed for many years t I A largo number of people were on hand to witness the completion of the Toad despite tho heavy downfall of rain at times An L H St Louis train the first of any other road that has ever entered the city except those handled jf over the L N railroad in case of wrecks etc came to the junction back to the supply camp just beyond Pond river bridge There were only 700 yards of steel to be laid yesterday morning and the connection was soon made The tracklaying machine and force soon completed thIs and then the trip to the Junction on the construction train began The train did not come into the city as was expected Through passenger service will be Inaugurated sometime In December this being determined by the progress made on the ballasting of the road 4and gettlnglt ready for traffic An nouncement of the day of opening will be made from the general offices at Louisville Two work trains will be placed on the now road today and ballasting will be pushed aa rapidly as possible Mr Anderson of this city will bein charge of one of them The road bed will be put In the best condition and when It Is ready for traffic trains will bo able to make fast time On the day on the open Ing of the road a train will likely be run iron Louisville and Hartford y to this city Tho event will be celebrated by residents of these three Deities and those living along the line No arralngments have yet been tdmade regarding lIt depot ut this place but ono wIn either be erected at the junction or the Texas trains will use the one in this city The latter plan will likely be adopted by the man For Mayor JAMES H 0For Police Judge D For Councllttien DR E Ii l iIo fv W E ELLIS 0 D or EJi tdit r1Gr E PiMOORE LJF e- W j rJ J BEAN rtL J1 tJ + c 11 ii n r a jT j f Mk E agement for a time at least I The completion of the road short ens the distance to Louisville and I residents will have to trayel but 148 miles to the Falls City The nearest IThe Madisanvllle Hartford East has been In course ofj construction for about two and one I half years Work was suponded for a time but soon resumed since then it has been rushed to completion The new road connects with the main line of the L H St L at Irving ton and extends from this city to Hartford It is D8 miles in lenth and opens a vast agricultural region i4nd mineral fields for development The new road will be operated by the Louisville Henderson St Louis rallroad Madlsonvllle Hustler Take I and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria Seen on Fashionable Women Shirt waIsts of striped wood taffeta Bugle trimming In varying widths Shirt waists for more in white and colors Wrist bags of suede in prevailing hats of combined silk and chenilleWaists of Jersey silk In all pre vailing colors Blo Ses of heavy net in all prevailing colors- Handsome raincoats of rubberized moire antique Neck bows finished with buckles of silk crochet Shirt waists of white linen with trimmings of blue giving a military effect A great many camelhaIr and zebe llne suitings Continental hats with trimmings of ostrich plumes- A variety of Indoor gownslnade with oversldrtsA many toques with crowns of draped velvet- Exceedingly handsome embroidered and jeweled bandings Walking hats trimmed wjth huge bunches of coque feathers Up Before The Bar N H Brown an attorney of Pitts field Vt wrltesWe have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years and find them such a good family medicine we wouldnt be without ther For Chills Constipation Billiousness or Sick Headache they work wonders 25c at all druggists m For Mayor 0C M BARNETT uFor Police Judge- C M 0For Councilmen THAD BARNARD S A BRATCHER S A ANDERSON AE PATE J t R W KING U EJ r j Iii t Er l f- tt RED HOGS OF KENTUGKYE Some Early History and Devel opment of This Popular Breed Among the common stock of hogs In this State in early pioneer days might be found occaslonly one or more in almost every feed lot of a red or a sandy color but tho first effort to establish the red hog as a breed was brobably by the late CassIus M Clay when he made an Importation Into Madison county when he was Minister to Russia No effort was made to establish a sopcrato or dIs- tinct breed at the time but they became I popular among feeders In Madison Garrard and Lincoln coun ties and when that section of the State was largely called on to sup ply the packers of Louisville Cin cinnati forty or fifty years ago one would often see many red hogs in the droves aa they then passed along the turnpikes It was noted too that the cross ft the red in all natives gave the farmer a hog that would grow an fatten readily The next red hog to be Introduced was from New Jersey where farmers were herding them In more or less purity and were as early as 1870 to 1880 giving some attention to pedigrees The late Col Thos S Grundy of Washington county was the pioneer In the Introduction of his breed in to Kentucky His herd attracted attention os they grew to be large and heavy a quality demanded by tho packers of that day There was one fault that breeders set about correct Ing The males were disposed to grow very coarse especially about the head and ears At that time they were called Jersey Reds but later the breeders of New Jersey and New York formed an association and gave them the name of DurocJerseys by which they still are known Among the first carlot importation to Kentucky perhaps It was the fIrstwas that made by a Mr White head of Now Jersey He had some of pure breeding but in his lot were some of colors and even some spot ted ones Still an auction sale of breed Ing hogs was novel and when he advertised It in this paper Bluegrass farmers shook their heads in doubt alto the result of the venture Recogni zing however tho desirability of some new blood to Instill vigor into the stock which had developed unusual dispo sition to take cholera in its several + Ballot City Election DEMOCRATIC TICKET haL 8 J1rQP jtlTI NortonvilleI MENDENHALLS- Chill colorsTailored Educational Hartford WILLIAMS0 PENDLETOND CITIZENS TICKET CROWED tIrl INSTATE SAFETY TICKET For Mayor FORDDDR E W 0 + 1 t l h 4ril t J 1 t J ia til j1I i ar A- kv 1 tCI t r t tff Ai 1 J 1 forms they went to this sale The celebrated home of Henry Clay was then In possession of our State Agricultural Bureau over which Col Bowman presided and the sole was made there Much higher prices were obtained than was expected which in sured the breed In the estimation of Kentucky farmers From that time the Eastern breed ers found a market for all their ap proved breeding stock and very soon herds of DurocJerscyg were to be found all over the State from which farmers drew to Introduce new blood in Id herd There Is scarcely a largo shipment made at this time that will not bo made up In large proportion of red hogs descended frm these early efforts of our breeders and feeders to Im prove their swine and the red hog la here to stay MEN EN = HALLS CHILL TONIC f Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Mother Time has scattered the snowy flak es on her brow plowed furrows in her cheeks but is she not sweet and beautiful now The lips which have kissed many tears from the childish cheek are the sweetest lips in nil the world Tho eye Is dim yet it glows with the radiance of a holy love which can never fade Oh yes she is a dear old mother Her sands of time are nearly run out but feeble as she Is she will go farther and reach down lower for you thou will any other on earth You cannot walk into midnight where she can not enter a prison whose bars shall ItIbless you In evidence of her death less love when the world shall despise and forsake you when It leaves you by the wayside to die unnoticed the dear old mother will gather you up In her feeble arms carry you home and tell you of your virtues until you almost forget that your soul Is disfigured by vices Love her tend erly and cheer her declining years with holy devotion CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought IIBears the of- Oiling uttt ZeK a Kansas Road Some time ago a mile of country road south of Sedan Kansas was oiled under the direction of the Sedan Commercial Club Fifty dollars was paid from thhls and it was all raised by public subscription The oil had to be hauled so far that the cost of haul- Ing was almost equal to the cost of the oil Nevertheless the total cost of dragging the road and of soad It in oil was only 50 The road was oiled in May and is yet in almost as good condition as it was when fir shed It is well rounded up with good drainage and the oil has made It solid something like an asphalt pave ment The road Is the talk of the farmers and they will go a mile or two out of their way to use it in drlv ing into Sed- anQUICKS BLOOD PillS Will cleanse your liver and purl fy your blood and make you feel like a new man Mere Men Give Views as to The Model Wife Pmio nfvivltF innsullno Views aa to what constitutes nu ideal helpmate were stated last evening by Rev Dr Forrest E Dagtr of St Pauls Episcopal Church Broad and Vonnngo streets who preached on A Model Wife At his request various male members of the congregation sent him letters expressing their opinions on tills interesting subject and these he read to the great wonder and ed ification of the large number of women present Some of tho views expressed as follows An ideal wife would not spend 25 a week on a 20 salary One that does not spend three parts of her time gadding with the neigh I borsOne thnt has the breakfast dishes wished when her husband comes home for supperOne keeps her home neat and tidy One who docs not harrass the life and soul out of n man One who enjoys his prosperity and is ready to sympathize with him in adversity and helps to make the home happy One who thInks more of her chil dren than a bull pup A woman with more gray matter in her upper story thaw red paint on herbusybody face A woman who dresses ye1l18re J 1 Dont Do This 1 You dont want to spend allof your time in a hot stuffy kitchen The Mothers Oats Free Fireless Cooker stoveIYou can forget all about dinner until your appetite reminds you that you want it We give the Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker away free to users of Mothers Cerealsthe best made of all foods They are HominyMotheMother Wheat Heart the cream of Oatmeal the wheat Mother Old Fashioned Graham Mothers Hominy Grits Flour Mothers Corn Flake toasted Ask your grocer If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals write us giving I his name and yours and we willsend you free a useful souvenir THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATING MORE OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTHER ONE CONCERN AKRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSBURGH ALBANY ST LOUIS COME AND GO WITH US ON A GRAND FR- EEMEDITERRANEAN TOUR We are going to sand twenty young women be tween the ages of 16 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 membercd more for herself than her clothesA who cares more for her home and children than for after noon bridges and parties- A woman who realizes the value of peroxides as a disinfectant not as a hair dye A woman who does not consider her home complete when It consists of herself her husband and a dog A woman who reads understands and obeys her bible Dr Dager in his sermon advocated a combination of the IdctiB presented Especially should n woman be neat and tidy keep herself nicely dressed always have the meals ready when her husband arrives home love her children and home read the bible faithfully and go to church regularly j Philadelphia Record MEN DEN HALLS- I CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Pleasing the Fair Irreverent persons suggest that mans only object in life Is to please woman and to serve her Slightly exaggerated tho statement perhnpsjyet there must be some truth at the bottom of It Otherwise asks a writer In Harpers Weekly why should man wait on woman at all Why take pleas ure In being agreeable to her Why go out of his way to assist her In other words why should ho be chiv alrousChivalry Is the expression of mans real instinctive deference for women Although like other instinctive feel ings it is modified or rooted up by education and civilization theh chivalrous instinct nevertheless still makes itself felt in modern man It impells him when confronted with women to pass through three different stages In the first one he strives to attract womans attention In the second to please her finally to servo her r The unconcerned are highly diverted by tho first There is no end to the things man will do to attract womans attention Nothing is too absttrb One man found it necessary to spoil his patent leather shoes He was being rowed across a lake when a girl pass ed by In her canoe Without a mo ments hestlatlon he plunged both feet into the rlpling water letting them dangle there stupidly Other men use other methods seine grow spry and climb fevers stumble over their own feet sonar iugine them solves tho proud yiorNs ors of a voter and exercise it others whittle out of tune or twirl their mustaches Still others grow disconcerted aid forgot where they are going or lose tho thread of their conversation So much for the desire of being no IlleuinKithen strive for personal lHrfectlol The Intellectual ones go about withj rpoetry in their breast pockets and N learn It by heart ready to repeat it at the first occasion Or they dabble pinto literature or some ism in order to acquire the correct pose 1 The more matter of fact puzzle over over material things whether their I hair is parted In the right place whether tho red or blue tie will make I the better impression For men are I vain and dress to please I L ISwopt Over Niagara calamity often happens because a careless boatman Ignores the rivers warning growing ripples and faster current Naturen warnings rare kind That dull pain or ache in the back warns you the Kidneys need attention if you would escape fatal maladies Droi syDlalictes or Brights disease Tnke Electric Bitters at once and see Backache fly nnd pal you best feelings return After long suf fering from weak kidneys and lame back one 100 bottle wholly cured me writes J R Blankenship of Belk Tenn Only 50c at all druggists m r rA t r 1 r t r Hartford Republican 1 7latend according to law at the Poetoma- BsHord Kr ae mall matter of the eecoad Co M BARNETT EDITOR rSWZPZOtrIiCS- C bzlan o- Rouch R1vzU2FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 REPUBLICAN TICKET RepresenuiUveW s Dean f For CIrcuit ClerkE G Darrnss For County JudgeR R Wedding For County ClerltW S Tinsley For County AttorneyC E Smith For SherlUT H mack For AssessorDernard Felix For School SuptHenry Leach For JaIlerW P Mldktrt For SurveyorC S Moxley For CoronerDr A D Riley FOR MAGISTRATE Hartford DistrictB S Chamber ula 2 Beaver Dam District0 E Scott lt Rockport DlstrlotJohn H Milos 4 Centertown DlstrIctJ C Jack eon 6 Rosine Dlstrlct C Cook 6 Sulphur Springs DlatrlctJ hi Graham 7 Fordsville Dlslr1ctC V Miles g Bartlett DistrictNo nominee Only five more days until the elec tion When It comof orrlce seeking the man lookout for Hearst It Is a cinch we will have an arts wInter with Peary und Cook both blowing Frabaliyextnl ter Cniue got the open mouth mixed up with the open door llOlIcy President Taft till not hoe to scrap against the sides when ho passed through Texas Now that they 11Iivo dlsCoered the stingless bee we amy look out f0 the btteless snake W J Dryan hUH not et given hili endorsement to Hearst for Mayor o- xreater f New York The log iisIi1 d In th second column of the ballot this Tear Look for It and put the X In the circle New YorksballotRheetIe to mea- si are tour and a halt feet across The mnn who votes one of these ballot wIll deposit something heavy J Ono of Snn FrnnciiiCos cnovlcted grafters has sued the Judge who presided At the trial If he succeeds h- Swill doubtless tackle the jury next In Mnsaclmsett ouc of the nellllh- Jlcancs who fought the Payne tnrlft has accepted a llI1ocmtlc iioniiiin clotc lie dill not have to he rend out of the party u A Pthilmrg dlepatclt wtys that I has just been discovered that the IWW tariff law Imposed n duty on cats Jt should Iw strongly enforced against the next outlay of woman suffragette s who try to get by The Inl1uhtcdnfIlJ oC Ohio County which was 24000 in round number at the beglllning of the preSent Republican administration is being steed fly decreased while the interns Im- Jlrovemepts of the conuiy have been going forward and the countysCrlllln- cea are In better shape todayy than they have been for years At the request ot the newspapers Congress reduced paper from 600 to- 3L50a ton and In the face of thrtt re- ductIon It has advanced In prIce This shows conclusively that the tar lIt Is not altogether to blame for the high prices We have had the high eat priced and the lowest priced pay per under the Dlugley lawI We will probably not have mother protective measure that will be antis motor until we have had another experiment with a bill framed by those avowedly hostile to the tariff That1- i is the kind of medicine that brings people to their senses It does lOOk as though people would remember for u period of twelve years but it sums requireij r ia med1clB9 whIch Was administered during the Wilsondorrnon bard times Each generation must lay theIr tongue on tho ax on a frosty morning to find out that It will takehe skin ot Esquire W S Dea1 aRepublican nominee for Representative 1n the next General Assembly jsa conclentl tons chrlstlan gentleman and wlll honor Ohio County In that position at Frankfort The efforts to Injure and discredit him because ho happens to bo Interested in a small flouringmill- wllrMltterly fall before the honest voters of Ohio County Esquire Dean Is also a farmer and has always been more of a farmer than a miller However It Is not lmposslblo even In this day and age for a man to be honest and upright and respect his oath of office no matter what may ho his avocation ln lire understand atInWe some parts of Ohio county among Individuals with whom the new school law Is un popular an effort la being made to do ludo such persons with the Idea that It Is II Republican law It seems al most childish to deny uch an absurd statement when It should he known by every Kentuckian that the new school law was Introduced by a Democrat Representative sullivan of Madison County nntJoplUsed by a Legislature Democratic In both branches It Is also reported that to some un Informed people it Is told that the Republican officials of Ohio County passed the now school mw Wo trust no one will be deceived by these absurd reports The Hartford Herald referring to an editorial In this paper stating that the present Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney were not being op hosed by the Republican party for reelection asks Why not also allow the Democrats to have the county offices This Is certainly n tine proposition We presume the Herald Is going on the Idea that ono good turn deserves another or In other words they ask us to carry out the story of the negro and the white man who having been out hunting killed a buzzard and a turkey and when they came to divide the spoils of I the hunt ribs white man sold to thet black man you can have your choice Ill take the turkey and you the buzzard or you can take the buzzard and Ill take the turkey It there Is anyone thing the Herald Is noted for nschas been Indicated by the editorial referred to The Hartford Hoarld keeps harping on the manner In which the present Republican ticket was noml sated It was nominated hy a primary election which was participated In- hy 3300 voters and there has never been any question raised ns to the voters to veto votesrcast In said prImary were illegal or that they were no counted for whom cust All of the candidates nominated received decisive majorIties or plural parsty had been In the minority County It might have been possible to hr te met In mass convention at th courthouse with many parts of the county unrepresented at all und larva Induced curtain persons to allow their names used on the ballot to be voted for but the Herald knows that this cannot ho successfully dose hy a majority party Hence It Is In po- I sttian to sneer at the nU1l11I1Jr In whIch the Republican nominees were selected A well known United Stales Senator lung In service after glancing over IIU article on the Now Tariff In a proml flout FreeTrade newspaper signed by Jr MlrtWlUhbuluH fathers experieuco In the Untied Status Senate as n rupreaeuta Uvo of Mlluncsutu Mr Washburn was elected ns IL Republican but wanted lower Tariff rates consequent ruin utlon of many Industries and untold WhensMir WUIhburu retired fttnn the Sen ate by direction of the people of his State It wns for good lie has never held office since Now the son a mea beast the Minnesota Legislature start out In the same way professing allegiance to the Republican party but disagreeing with President Tarts opinion of the new Tariff law and assert Ing that the Republicans of Minnesota will continuo to tight for reductions in the rates The chances are that WIlliam D Washburn Jr will exper Ience the same late as his father who before he became opposed to the party on the Tariff served In both branches of Congress and was Governor of the State But once possessed or Democratic vIews on the Tariff he was forced to retire Before another Issue oWfs paper the election In Ohio county will be a matter of history The campaign has been a quIet one and withoutvit- uperatlon or mudslinging so far as we have been able to learn The I cnndldnteson both tickets are men of thIsI rr cal e la true In every election Wemt ox poet the campaigns to be conducted on B high plane Every Indication points to an overwhelming Re i llcan majority for all of thecan tdntes on that ticket Th normal majority In the county Is about 500 and It Is not likely to fall below tatfigure In any of the races next Tuea day However the seeming safe major- Ity should not Influence the individual Republican voters to relax their efforts to got out the full vote and thus keep the majority up to the usual standard Let every man do hIs duty In a fair and honorable way to promote thesue cess of the ticket which Is one of best that has ever been placed before the peoplo of the county by the Republican party nomInated In a prI mary election where each individual voter hud a talc chance to cast his ballot In secret for anyone oftho large number of excellent men who contested In the primary election and have his vote counted as cast No charge of fraud or corruption has ever been brought against the prl mary and while of course some necessarily had to be IllSSl11lpointed we be lIeve that the friends of all the unsuccessful candidates will be true to the ticket which resulted from the primary HICKORY CHURCH Farmers are busy gathering corn Mr Baize or this place moved to Beaver Dam Tuesday Mr Melvin Stewart w Ife and little Son of the Bethel neighborhood vis- Ited Mr and Mrs R L Taylor lust SundayMiss Mary Taylor attended the Sun day School Convention at Owensboro last Friday and Saturday Mr J A Sandefur and Miss Angetf Williams Rob Roy were the guests of Mr Mark Porter and slater Miss Mattie last Sunday Mr C N Taylor visited friends at Beaver Dam Sunday Mr Leonard Leach and family visited Mr L N Raglaud last Sunday Mr James II Leach McHenry vIslt ed his parents Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Leonard Leach near Rob Roy visited her daughter Mrs II D porter Monday Messrs John henry Forest and EverUt Leach Birch Martin George DavIs Martin Porter JOIlIo Rnley and Bert Davis attended singing at Bold Knob last Sunday night Mr John porter near Cromwell visited his cousin Martin Porter Mon day MrsJ H Davis who has been quite sick for the past ten days Is thought to be some boter Mr Elmer Sandefur who Is attend- Ing school at Bawling Gren Is the guest of his parents for a few days The Sabbath school Is progressln- nicely at JIlckory with good attendance Mrs D Miller H T Porter an Miss Josle Raley Called at J II Davis Tuesday afternoon For Rent The homestead residence of the a1e Gross ii Williams situated on Wash Ington and Liberty strets For futher particulars call on or address MRS GROSS WILLIAMS HARTFORD KY Among the Lodges Rough River Lodge No 110 K of P held a regular ilUHiflesa meeting Tuesday evening This lodge will lnav e work In the first and third mucks next Tuesday evening and every member should be present Hartford Lodge 675 F A 1I- i will meet In regular session next Monday evening and will probably work In several degrees Let ull tit momlJer1 take totice The loeal Tent of the Mnceabces No 99 will Inltlllto II ClUbS on Its next regular meeting night which Is No vember 4 The occasion promises to be one ot unusual Inte est as State Commander M F Elkin and Deputy State Commander Wipe will boll ho present A banquet will ho served and the Tents of Paradise and Crom well havo been Invited As mall of the members should be present liS po sible as n huge time Is anticipated Acme Iodge fro 339 I 0 b F P1dayBrothers Lodge Owon8boro win i now a citizen of Hartford was welcome vIsitor and made a splendi talk for the good or the order District Deputy Grand Master G D Likens who attended the Grand Lodge mode his report which was well received Three applications for membership were tiled and the members are looking for n great amount of work In the near future The om thetNotice We want nil nome guards to meet n Hartford Noy 6th 1909 Spacial business to bo attended to W M Stevens Beaver DamiY iii MUST READNEWSPAPERS If He Marries one of These I Girls- Marriageable Ladies League Issues Edict Which Must be Obeyed Out In a small western town there are II lot of pretty and clover girls banded together under the name of the MRlt age lo Ladles League wn0 are perfectly aware says DorothyI Dix In the New York nal that It takes a great many de- slrablo qualifications to make a tun- on agreeable husband and the chief of these Is Intelligence Hence at the meeting of the league last week the following resolution was pnused by a unanimous vote I Be It resolved that we the members of the Marriageble Ladles League do hereby agree not to mat ry any man who Is not a patron of Ids homo newspaper for It la strong evidence or his want of Intelligence and that ho will be too stingy to provide for n family or to educate his children or support Institutions of learning In the community These girls dont beat about the buSh They go right at It and face the fact that the man who Is dull and ignorant und unprogressive In hiS youth Is not going to be a Sol omen III middle life or a sage In his old age They realize that the man who does not real the newspaper Is the dolt who gets taken In by men and who tnrests the con1denceI lags In gold brIcks and lag home to be comforted for his stupidity by hIs wife He Is u man to be avoided by every girl who does not feel that she hasa sacred call to run on asylum for Incurable Im beciles and this Is the kind of mat that the Marrlngeble Ladles League resolves to sidestep Tile Idea Is a good one to pass along Any girl may take It I safe tip that the man who Is tooI closefisted to take a newspaper and too utterably stupid to reiid one jj the kind of a man that 1w goIng to bore her to death But tko main point Is that both husband and wife are Interested in the thinGs In the papers They can- ntalk about the same murder trIals and dhorces and financial scandls and politics that are Interesting the public at the moment and of such gossamer fibers are the unbreakable chains of love and sympathy forged The real test of perfect amity and understanding between n married cou IPlo Is When they split the newspaper between them The Dove of Pc co has taken up his permanent roosttg Vince In their household L Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford pressing Club Marriage License Alva Blacklock Narrows to Ida Day Narrows G I Smith Hartford to OllleLewls Hartford Charles Sebastian McHenry to No la Agnes Hobdoy Mcllenry H C Stevens Horse Brunch to Mary Keown lIorse Branch J L Westerfield Whltesv111e to- IL S Greer Whltellv111c P P Murphy Cone N M to Chit tie Acton Narrows WESTERFIELD Oct 2iiUealth In this community Is good Listen to the wedding bells In this community for they are ringing Miss OllteDaniel left Saturday night Oct 16 and was married to Virgil McEven of Sturgis Ky In Evansville at 8 oclockll m Mr Roy King of Westerfield and Miss Alice Tdylor of OWensboro were married In Evansville at 730 p m Oct 18 The bride Is now at her home 111 Owenssboro while the groom has ro sumed his position as merchant In Westerfield The couple will later make their home In Westerfield- Mr D Chapman wire and little son of Madlsouv1l1e were hero visiting reiI- atlves Mr Roy last weekIwith a Mr Owen Wells called on Miss CHICAGO MECMANT MAKES STATEMENT After spending Thonnof Dollars- and Couulting the Gist bht8BtP- hyaiciansHeWuDeepemte JCHICAGO ILLSMrJGr 1 I Becker of134 Van Buren Stewellknown wholesale drygoodt de tIIAIon thousands of dollafor other medicines and with pi ytilcianse I reIlief g wife of catarrh She always keeps It In the house for an attack of i cold which it invariablycuresht- a i very short OtlrnGreer last Sunday Miss Doyle Green Is getting along nicely with her echool- Mr Owen Wells has n good trade In the stamp business here with the school girls The protracted meeting begins hero the first Sunday In November Mir C C Evans to Star Route Carrier a dlssconllnued servlco between 4 Ralph and Pleasant Ridge Mr J H Galloway wife and son of McLean county visited friends and relatives In Westerfield last week The road hands In this community are putting their roads In good con dition for the winter Mr Alton Lake and Miss Georgia Mitchell returned Sunday from n visit In Owensboro Miss Vertle McKinley has been pay- Ing her respects to the now mall carrier Owen Wells Mr Roy King went to Owensboro to day on business Mr Owen Wells attended Sunday school here Sunday Mr Claud Hawkins who has been at work InOwensboro for some time was at homo Sunday A Card of Thanks We wiSh to thank our friends and relatives In and near Hartford for their help and kindness In the re cent illness ot our son Raymond May Gods rIchest blessing he theirs and wo will always remember them In our Illinois home Dan Aultmlre ItId WIfe ee leeeee i you ill FindJ us LADY tJ With the strongest lines of footwear that Human Experience Honest Labor Expert Workmanship and Good Materials Call produce The Ravages of Jack Frostm 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 n new pair II f I of shoes 4t The Barefoot Days are Over ieAnd every foot from the smllllest boy or Girl to the largest size created must have shoes We have shoes for the whole family to suit any purpose Dress Shoes School Shoes WorkShoes In our dress shoes for Meu Women and Children all the hew lasts tips and tops are represented all leathers at n nice range of prices Men snnd Womens 150 up to 500 per pair Misses and Q1111drCI1S 350 to 250 per pair t Shoestthat weal Shoes that afford to the wearer Price 126np to 500 w per pair specials 1ayou expect to use It for and satisfaction is guaranteed We want your shoo bllBl I ness and if you knew the shoe business asve do you would come herd for roiir f shoes Visit our shoe section It will do youy good t I tf E P Barnes Bros S f BEAVER PAM KY i eMe I e eeeEse r t 1- 0 f rJ r1 x I ww i kR Cloak Values As the cold weather ad vances the problem of WINTER WEAR con fronts us and one of th almost indispensables is CLOAK Our message is this WE ARE PREPARED to show you a line EN TIRELY NEW A selec tion that will please you I Prices that cannot be duplicated W invite you to inspect the line d Misses GarmentsT 1 Ofcourse the Miss and little folks are to betaken j care of and WE ARE 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 AnticipateIcomplete your pur Ga r Hartford Republican II 1wFRIDAY OCTOBER 29 1111 nolsCentral Rail road Time- Table At Beaver Dam Ky North baud Honih Bound Nom due 405 n m No 121 du l IU am- NoirMuelfcJOp m No 101 dne 248 p m Io1030nSM8 pm NolM dn846p m rl DENTISTRY f Drs Hardln Bell have opened a brand new Dental office over the Re publican office in Hartford All the latest methods In dentistry We make teeth without the use of the plate We use the highest grade of mater- Ial and furnish the highest class of work We guarantee all of our work Call and see us- Consultation and Examination Freo Phone 218J I rI iYH Moore t Sotfwill pay cash for and furs JTake your butter and eggs to Moore iqons meat market Mr Grant Pollard paid oar gtflce a pleasant call while in town Tuesday fJ Try tne new City Restaurant for a goad square meal t ARBUCKLE CO PROPS hor first classsgrocer1essee Hart Cqtd GroCery Company Iii A D White boHdlng HOST A big spotted eeKer Anyone returning the dog to Allison Barnett d Hartford Ky will be rewarded fi 3Ir George Lewis has returned from San Anglos Texas where he had been to visit his brother Arch who was reported to be in a serious condlt lm fromili health He reports him verjrmuchlraproyed vk 1 J Bring me your eggs 20c per doz en NOAH WHITE Seventeen pounds best Granulated Sugar 100 NOAH WHITE Everything in season that Is good to eat will bo found at the City Res taurant undre the new management Rev F D Baughn wife and three youngest children are visiting relatives in Moorhouse Mo- Ther ewlll be preaching at Mt tier mon church Sunday Oct 31 by Rev Virgil Elgin All Invited For a quick meal or lunchgo to the City Restaurant You will be plea ed with the attention and prices Mrs Dr E W Ford and lass Het tlo Riley are attending the Eastern Star Grand Chapter at Paducah this week Mrs Nannle Richmond and Mss Lucy King of Cahoun Ky are visit ing Mrs Eliza J Hudson on Unlou StreetW E Ellis at the Hartford Mill Cos planing mill will pay the high est cash prices for eggs and all kinds of poultry The work on the new depot ntthls place Is progressing nicely with a larg force of men at work The foundation which Is of brick is about completed Mrs Margaret Taylor Wysox Ky and Mrs Cynthia Shull Eldon Mo are the guests of their brother and His MrsJMrs C B Smith who has been ill for fo long of typhoid fever has has so far recovered as to bo able to visit her mother Mrs W P Render Point Pleasant this week DULLDbG PUPPIES FOR SALEM ke ideal Qmo or farm dogs Heal thy vigorous excellent strains Prices reasonable within reach of all Glad to answer inquiries Payne Lang ley McHenry Ky We are in receipt of a personal corn munlcntlon from Mr R C Porter former Civil Engineer on the UH E and for a located at Hart ford but now with the U S Government Geodetic Survey located at Wood stock Georgia Mr Porter tolls us analthatthan any other paper which comes to his camp y S 1kI t atithe Noional Farm Land ypngresg to be held at Chicago ill oh the 16th of next month Mr George Arbuckle and R W King purchased the stock of the City Res taurant which was sold last Monday The price being 465 The business will be conducted under the name of Companyecrop sour pickles In bar andaflour sun dried and evaporated peaches Family groceries Mackerel lard fresh and cured meats call at W H MOORE SONS Meat Market Eld M Gano Buckner pastor of the christlart church at Owensboro is holding a serIes of meetings at the Christian church In Hartford assisted by the regular pastor Eld H C Ford Eld Buckner Is an ernest able preach theeaudiences are present at every service Messrs James Lyons and J D Duk have formed a partnership and pur chased the entire grocery and hard ware stock of Mr A D White on Main street and Mr Lyons will move his stock of groceries from the build Ing on Center street to the one on Main street The firm name in the future will be known as the Hartford Grocery Co These are good businessmen with ample finance and we pre dict they will do a very successful bus Iness Dad Russell nnd Bob White two negroes at work for Mr Riley the concrete contractor engaged In a difficulty Wednesday which resulted h Russell being hit on the head with a stone White was arrested and brought before Judge Talwor Wed evening charged with breach of peace The evidence seemed to indicate that Russell hit first with a dirt shovel and Judge Taylor dismissed them with the admonition go and sin no more The first quarterly meeting of the M E Church South was held last Sunday night and Monday Sunday night Presiding Elder R F Hays de llvered nn able sermon at the church and the Lords supper was admin istered He also preached to a small but Interested congregation Monday at 11 oclock a m The quarterly con ference was held at the parsonage Monday afternoon at 230 which was well attended by the officers of the church The financial showing was very good considering the short time which had elapsed since conference Wesley Walker the negro who was struck on the head by Charlie Collins at Evansvllle last week died Tuesday morning Young Collins ac companied by his father and attorney W H Barnes went to Evansvllle Sunday to be present at the trial We have not learned the result as etLATERThe examining trial re suited in the holding over of young Collins and his bond was fixed at 2 500 Grout sympathy Is felt hero fur the young man and his family S ADABURG- Oct 20 Health Is excellent at this writing The log haulers have been chocked for some time on account of the heav rainsSumo of the farmers of this section havo been stripping tobacco The MtMorlah debating society or ganized last Friday night They are now ready to discuss the most dlfflcul subjects that may be put before them Mr Tom Hamilton and Mr Mldklff were to see Miss Addle Edge Sunday Mrs Vlctorn Martin and daughter Miss Eva visited relatives nt pagan Sunday AmbrolleHamIUton Mr Dave Sharp who was kicked by a steer a few days qgo Is able to be out again Mr Bill Foreman the famous squirrel hunter of this place says ho went hunting the other day and shot twen tyseven shots and killed twenty seven squirrels Who can beat that Proto Marshall Crowo who has been teaching School in the southern part of this county visited Lila par ents Saturday and Sunday Mr Lonnie Owen who has been sick for some time IB able to be out again Mr Dave Sharp and family are visit Ing relatives In Jackson Purchase Miss Cora Stofer visited Miss Iva Ambrose and Miss Nora Ward Satur dayMr Tom Hamilton has touBolltls- Mr Pete WesterKjeld wife and little daughter of Hartford visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday fOr Sales Barber outfit s located at Center town Ky Apply tot jf f J F ICentertownFy r C 0 SHOPPING IN MEXICO I Women Get Plenty of Excitement In Making a Purchase IBARGAINING AS A FINE ART The Descent From the Asking Price to the List Price and From That to the Final Selling Price Work Out Something Like a Farce Comedy When a woman goes shopping In the speaksifor her money In the course of an aft iTnoon than she could hope to compass in a years time lu America In the Spanish and French dry goods houses where the trade Is utmost ex elusively feminine the goods are marked with the asking price which Is n mere mathematical figure of speech and the first question that the experienced shopper always asks of the salesman Is What Is your last priceThis ultimo preclo Is generally about 25 per cent less than the selling price with which the goods are tagged I It forms however a certain basis from which to start the bargaining which thereafter Is carried on with all the skill and fury that characterize such transactions everywhere throughout Latin America The woman customer may wish to purchase a few yards of silk for example The marked price Is say 2 11 yard nnd the last price Is given as Slno The woman will look at the piece she desires with the same unconcerned scorn with which she regards everything else that Is t shown her She will disparage It from everyvpolnt of view nnd finally ask for something that Is not likely to be In stock At last she will sigh nnd look about In despair Caramba but Im weary with this vain task of endeavoring to find some thing that I wish in this second class establishment The prices are far higher than anywhere else but I try to patronize this place because the pro prietors are friends of my husband Now that rose silk is not the shade I wish but I tnhjht be able to use it some time If I could buy It at a rea sonable price The salesman who has been listen Ing with au assumed nlr of sympathy responds with nil the flowery elo quence that bo can command and with a constant play of rapid gestures his lighted cigarette In one hand describing a little nrc of Ore somewhat dim rater than the diamonds ho wears on his fingers Senorita we place at your feet this establishment and nil that it contains It Is your house nnd you may do with It as you will Uut the very last price at which I can offer you this silk is 125 a yard I do this with a fear of losing my position but with the hope that the proprietors will pardon my au dacity when they learn that your husband Is one or their personal friends- I thank you senor responds the shopper 1 appreciate your consld eration but 1 could not possibly ac cept the silk as a gift Nevertheless 1 would be willing ruder the circum stances so that you might make a reasonable profit to give you 00 cents a yard rot two yards At this the salesman drops on the floor the stub of the cigarette he has been smoking This leaves both hands free and If he Is a master of the sell ing art as known In that country tears come to his eyes and he wrings his hands apparently In the depths of despair and chagrin The Mexicans dearly love acting and dissimulation uf all sorts and this byplay of the clerk Is but a part of the price of the goods After frenzied ejaculations he puts the price down to 1 a yard saying that that figure Is the last of the last prices The lately has been gaz big nbout Indifferently mad gathers up her pocketbook and other impedimenta an she rises to depart As an afterthought and with condescension that amounts almost to pity site remarks Sixty emits no more It Is my last word Adlos senor Oaa little nmmrnf sonorln TIt idt drpnrr In aiivrr HiMlmr than her Tall Kf tuna your may iitive tile silk at I SKI cents a you aim i will make up the JiQVrence from my own pocket The lady hesitates turns back as If indifferent yet undecided Then she again starts toward the door speaking the phrase of pious farewell which Is the Spanish equivalent of a final good by May you go with God senor She almost has reached the portal when the salesman catches up with her lie has had time to light anoth er cigarette to fortify himself for the final struggle and waving this In oue hand he begs her almost on bended knees to return and take the silk at 80 cents a yard She looks languidly upon him She has concluded that 80 cents would be about the right price and probably the bent she can do Yet she returns undaunted and in the soft eat of voices breathes the Spanish words which are the equivalent In that tongue for 70 cents After ten min rites more of firmness on the shoppers part sand every aspect of poignant grief by the salesman two yards of silk finally change hands at 75 cents The same furious bargaining Is the rule In the grocery stores and in the sidewalk markets New York tress His Taste v Why does Julia feel that the must have a long coat at once Her husband has bought her a dress Harpers llazar Blmpje dlcestt many dishes bring 1 diseasesPliny IStyle Features in rlr S4S 783ie rurmcroneaeee esrettsowe PRINTZESS f Cloaks and Suits Typical of the Best Fashion j Our connections enable us to offer the biggest values in authentic styles from the best sources in all tile fa Bored fabrics and the newest colorings of the season f Styles vary enough in beautiful chic effects to suit all r tastes perfectly and we are showing a line of these au- thenticJ suits at prices within the reach of modest purses r Every garment represents careful workmanship good materials and painstaking finish f V COI I J ky 1TTTy 1Tr 9vIT C achievement the MetropolitanTowcr building in the world planneditthan we put into the making of CROSSETTshoes He planned for beautyso- do we He planned for the comfort of the Tower tenants We plan for the comfort of CROSSETT tenants He plan ned for the wear and tear of ROSSETT SHOE MAKES LIFES WALK EASY years We plan for the wear and tear of many months 4 to everywhere LEWIS A CROSSETT Inc Maker North Abinjton Mass Shoes That WearI That means OURS We are having customers every day to call for shoes like they bought from us last That means satisfaction It fills us with pride to be able to handout another same make just as solid and as good for we are satisfied with our lines No changing with us for our lines are right Depend on Barnard ta CoI HARTFORD KY a BuilD HOUSES iN TREES item Mxlcan Thus Sleep Scours From Quskes and Tigers In order to protect their bomec from earthquakes many of the natives in the territory around Chilpaneingo and other towns Ju the state ot Ouerrero- 1n Mexico live In trees Some ot these tree homes lire ot large size and are Ingeniously constructed Reeds and grasses are interwoven with the twigs and branches ot the tree much in the manner that a bird builds Its nest The severest wind seldom loos ens It from the tree Where the trees are large and stand closely together houses ot two or three rooms are fre quently built In their branches These houses also aPlord protection from the tigers and other wild animals which are found In that region In large num bets Jt is said that a tiger will not attack Its prey unless it is upon the groundThe prime object ot elevating these houses into the trees however Is as mentioned to keep them from being shaken down by the severe earth quakes which visit the Guerrero tertl tory at frequent Intervals The rOCk ing ot the earth gives the trees a swaying motion but does no damage to the houses In some localities whole villages ot these tree homes are to be seen Tone ot them suffered damage I from the recent earthquakes which wrought such ruin to the buildings upon the groundNew York Tribune THE PRINCES PRESENT It Was Given In Exchange For a Mag nificent Carpet While I was In Damascus said a globe trotter the other day some royal highness or other potentate passed through that ancient city and the governor ot the town delivered an address ot welcome Jt was In verse and everybody who knew ot the oc currence felt sure that the governor had been richly rewarded by the prince for his effort That afternoon so the story goes the governor called on a dealer In rugs with whom ho had been chAlrerlng tara long time over a mag nlllcent carpet which he coveted for his palace Alter several cups ot coReo the rug merchant offered the governor the carpet In exchange for the present the prince had given him for his poetic welcome to Damascus The gov ernor after a little hesitation agreed and the carpet was rolled up and de livered to an attendant who started for the governors palace Thank you said the governor as he arose gracefully to his feet But the princes present demand ed the rug merchant You have It said the governor All ho gave me was Thank you and this I have given you for your carS pet New York Press Janet Way of Growing Young As a matter ot tact Janet was born exactly two years before her brother Fred therefore In the natural course ot things when he was ten she was twelve and gloried In It When Fred was known to be fourteen sh still con fessed to sixteen When Fred boasted eighteen years she timidly acknowl edged herself just over nineteen When Fred came home from college and had a party In honor ot his twentyllrst birthday Janet said to her friends What a boyish fellow Fred is Who Would think be Is only a year younger than 17 When Fred declared himself twentyOve and old enough to get married Janet said to a gentleman friend Do you know I reel very jealous ot Fred getting married But then 1 suppose twins always are more attached to one another And two years later nt Freds wedding she said with a girlish simper to the guests Dear old Fred To see him married today and to think when he was only ne years old they brought him to see me lala baby sister I wonder It he thinks ot It now Thought Ho Was Mad The late Count de Lessees wns tray cling on one occasion In a French rail way train In a compartment with two commercial travelers I beg your panlou sir said one or them fancying that he belonged to their frtllrnltare you not II tray elerCertainly I am said the count We thought so What Is your hue lsthuauses Whwhwhat asked the puzzled commerclalwlml lire they I nun Introdncoag ship canals said De Lesseps gravely rlll commercial travelers reared that they had fallen III with a lunatic and were maklllg preparations to escape when the count handed them his card and put them at their ease The Architecture of Madeira We enw no suggestion ot modern architecture or European Innovation no blot anywhere except a single mo torcar Without knowing anything on the subject J should say that the architecture ot Madeira Is a mixture vt Spanish and Moorish like that ot Mexico only It Is better than any thing In Mexico From the ship the rtucco tile rooted city Is flawless and III WP steam away and night comes down and lights break out and become A jeweled necklace along the waters edge our one regret Is that we are leaving It all behlndAlbert BIgelow lalue In Outing Magazine The Easiest Way DicksonDobbins formerly opposed my views but now be agrees with mo- In everything WlcksonHow do you account for It DicksonDont know Im not sure whether I convince him or only make him tired Tbet1rst and worst ot aU frauds Ism cheat once lf TinEdo Nllkt T There are Irhreattour boars to the dayto Ute day and the night AM how few are left to that Quiet time between the light and the dark Ours Is e hurried twilight We quit work to sleep we wake up to work again We measure the day by the clock we measure the night by an alarm clock Ute Is aU ticked Ott Wo are murdered by the second What wo need is a day mada night with wider margins a dawn that comes more slowly and a longer lingering twilight Life has too little selvage It is too often raw and raveled Room and quiet and vergo are what we want not more dials for time nor more figures for the dials We have things enough toomoro than enough It Is space for the things perspective and the right measure for the things that we lacka measure not one toot short or the dIStance between us and the stars ItJle get anything out ot the fields worth while It will be this measure this largeness and quiet It may be only an owl or a tree toad that we go forth to see but how much more we find In things we cannot hear y day things long long forgotten things we nlgbtInever thought or dreamed before Atlantic The Real Napoleon At a review or the national guard at the Tullerles shortly before Waterloo I had for some time a most complete opportunity ot contemplating this ox traordlnary being Isis face is or a delldl1 pale his jaws overhanging but not so much as I had heard ills hair Is short or a dark dusky brown lie generally stood with his hands knit behind him or folded before him and three or tour times took snuff out ot a plain brown box Once he looked at his watch which by the way had a gold race and I think a brown hair chain like an English ono His teeth seemed regular but not clean He very seldom spoke but when he did smiled In some sort agreeably He looked about himnot knitting but joining his eyebrows As the front ot each regiment passed he put up the first finger ot his left hand quickly to his hat to salute but did not move his bead or bat He had an air ot sedate ImpatlencoFrom Recollections ot a Long Life by Lord Drougbton Clearly Undentood They seldom gave dinner parties and those they gave were small But they liked things done decently and In order and generally had the best Onn the afternoon of one ot the little par ties the host summoned the boy In buttons and said to him Now John you must be careful how you hand round the wine Yes sir- These bottles with the black seats are the best and these with the red seals the Interior sherry The best sherry Is for after dinner The Interior sherry you will band around with the hock after soup You understand hock and Inferior sberry after soup Yes sir perfectly responded the boy In buttons The evening came and with It the guests Everything went on swimmingly till the boy went round the table asking each ot the guests Hock or Interior sherryLondon TItBlts When the Fairies Are Noisy Among the flowers which are said to be vet popular with fairies are blue bells harebells and wood sorrel All these flowers are used by the fairies to attract the attention of their friends who are at a little distance It you are ever out In the woods when the bluebell or wood sorrel begins to peal In delicate sort tones you wilt know that the little flower is being sway ed to and fro by some visiting fairy The foxglove known also as the fairy bells are also said to be used by the fairies for chimes but when the little people wish to suuud a real resounding blast that shall awaken from slumber some tiny friend In a nearby flower bed or thicket they use not a bell but a rose leaf rolled up into a very charm Ing hornLexlugton Leader The Beggars of Madeira There Is only one fly In the ointment or Madeira comfortthe beggars They begin to beg before they can walk and they call leany peuuy before they can lisp the sacred name or mamma however one good thing has come or our experience with theta They have prlplltltl us for beggars elsewhere Wu are hardened uowut least we think we are The savor or pity has gone out or usAlbert llIgelow Iaino In Outing Magazine A Prize Watchdog GentlemnuUut I am afraid he- wouldot make a good watchdog Man with bull terrllrlot u good watch dog Wby Lot bless your cart It was only last week that this very animal held n burglar down by the throat and beat his brains out with his tullLon don TatlerBetter Dad Than Editors Julgellow do you earn your living PrisonerBy writing yourr bon or JudjeAud what do you write for Would you mind telling us Prls onerNot at all 1 write for money from homeJudgcs Library Could Hey It a man saw his sister fall Into a well why could be not rescue her Because he could not be a brother and assist her too Ho Knew Better Mr BuddLite Is full ot contradlc t1ons Mrs DuddAnd 1 say it isnt Life Is a great bundle ot little things Holmes x A Poor Wek Woman As she JI termed will endure bravely sad patiently egonlena whih a strong mea would give way under The loot is women ere more patient than they ought to be under such troubles Every woman ought to know that she may obtain the most experienced medical advice her of tIulrt and in abrolate confidence and privacy by writing to the Worlds Dispensary Medical Association R V Pierce M D President Buffalo N Y Dr Pierce bas been chief consulting physician of the Invalids forIu countryliilThe most perfect remedy ear devised for week and dell oats women II Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WELL The many and varied symptoms of womans peculiar ailments are fuTly set forth In Plain English In tO Peoples Medical Adviser 1Q08 pegea a newly revled and uptodato EdItion of which clothbound will be mailed free on receipt of 31 onecent stamps to pay cost of mailing only Address as above L OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REPUBLICAN and COurieJJoumal 15Q THE REPTHLICAN and St Louis 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adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special attention given to all business entrusted t E it- a their care Collections and the PraoAflee of Criminal and Real Estate Law Speclaltfea Office In Republican build- Ing 1i iFRANK L FELi- XAttorneyatLaw i I HARTFORD KY 1 Will PrActice his profession In Ohla and adjoining counties and In the Court I of Appeals CrimInal practice and CoI f- lections a Specialty Office In the Her aId building R R WEDDINGII Attorney at Law e HARTFORD KYlWill practice In the State and Federal I Court Prosecutes claIms for pensions Mo Collections promptly attended to j t Also Notary Publls for Ohio county f f Office over Wllllaml Drug Stl1t le LHEApRIN ERNESTWOODWAnfafI s HEAVRIN WOODWARDiG eI 6S Q c t HARTFORD KY y Will practice their profession In tall the courts of OhIo county and 6 Court of Appeals SpecIal attention givfen criminal practice and collections flee next door to Dank ot Hartford Pa YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW f HARTFORD KY a Will practice his proteeslon In all theyCourts of Ohio and adjoinIng counties j and in the Court of Appeals Also No t tart Public OffIce over First NationalyBank 11 i W H BARNES s A ANDERSOn BARNES ANDERSON t Attorneys and ConnseIors at LawiHARTFORD KYweThe undersigned announce that they t have formed a partnership or the Uce of Law la all courts State and Fedloral with offices south side of Main I rfiKyaffecting Titles to Real Estate Will be given special attention Notary tn office 1 W II BARNES f- S A ANDERSON t i JOllN B WILSON ClIAS L CROWB I WILSON CROWE ttt 1 LAWYERS HARTFORD KY t- Will t prnctdoo their profession In allIthe courts ot Ohio ands adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to oodec toms Otfioo on Main St opposite Court Housed and TRADL MARKS protnpny obtained IAJPATENTSTHAT t- epeneand elpyoutomocet reporton I yortrrGoldnookouiroatablelstetswrits J 1103505 Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C JI KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCSI KingsNew t t FOR C8LI8 Tdo DICE 4 AflD ALL THROAT AND iUNtTllOUIlEL 4 I SATISPACTOIiOI3 rRxOuCaUqRrp LDoANDDLFLNDDeeodmods4 t fie how to paer1r Slad rbCOUNTRILeJhulsru J gir b tasdoflrarkpokstPttentnd ExcluslvelJfJ WrIoroomoeoae at- en mstD Irttt ow Vatlot etas rata oae J WASHINGTON D C i- T IZTRANGE STORY ABOUT COWB1RD 1 Raised by Sparrow and Adopt ed by Some Chil dren His name was Dick He never know kts mother and it be bad any bro ifcers or sisters they ware hatched ifmd raised in the neat of aome other Yard and led forth Into the world by a foster mother And now I am sure you know that Dick was a cowbird His foster parent was a chipping little sparrow What happened In that little hairlined nest where she had four or five little eggs of her own wecan easily Imagine for her young mere starved and crowded out of the rn home Only Dick had come forth In salty One day he followed tho de laded sparrow Jnto my friends yard His foster mother ted him for two r three days and then dlssappeared tick stayed on as he had already learned that the young chickens were fed on corn meal and aa that suit r e4 hie taste he helped himself soon becoming very fond of it Though he ould now fly well he stayed for A good part of the time on the ground sear the back door It was a pretty right says a writer ia St Nicholas to see baby Helen toddling alnog and trying tOcatch bin while Dick hopped about In front of her keeping just beyond bur reach When Helen grew tired and turned back Dick would turn and follow her Ho slept at night in a teach tree near the house In the Morning when Helens father went aut to feed the chickens he would call Dick Dick and down Dick would fly for his breakfast When the meal was mixed again at night Dick was sure to be on and Ho was the greediest fellow you ever saw and It mattered little to him that Helen had her chubby Lands in the meal on one side or that her father was trying to mix the food between them At first he would sit on the rim o the pan to eat but after a little noho got bodily into the pan and ifthe spoon came In his way in the course of mixing instead of being fended he would step dnto It and continue his supper In this man deer allowing himself to be carried about the yard flying off only when v had satisfied his appetite He stayed so long that we wondered if he would some day Join the my grating flocks and go South and 11 when the red buds began to show on ttte swamp nrnpels In the spring and the redwings and cowbirds returned Hick would be among the number tend rotnember his old home and frlonds p Out one day a girl came to ploy v Winging her pet fox tcrrlern rush and In a moment his life story had In told He was burled under tho poach tree In which ho had slept for so long Legends of the Chinese Wall Before resuming cur Journey I asked tho governor of tho Inn about the Long Wall He made answer thus Chin Shill Hwang without doctrine tompollPd the people to build It lie walked his horse mid examined the boundary Afterward there was the husband of tho Meng Chiang woman Because he was building thu wall he was compelled to die In It The Mung Chiang woomaii weeping for her husband moved heavwn and earth The 1000011 long wall with ono cry was wept down In this village untouched by civil ization ignorant of the camera wheni A photograph of a beautiful young lady affrighted the beholders many Interesting lugcudu about the wall wore gathered In brief soino of thorn are tu follows Chin borne triumphantly across tho empire on Ills horse of cloud stamped thrice every 11 and on each crushed spot sprang up tower Chin was a broken bud man Tho wall was erected In nno day being S- Ot 11 long It was ruined when one woman gave a scream null It coo p sed from the sea to Tibet Thorn wuro eighteen suns when Chin built the juen were kept working so Itms that grass had time to grow In tho dust which lodged on their heats Tho thou worked so IQUE that they fell nslucp and woke up patriarchs Chin had mammoth shovels that threw up it 11 of wall at a stomp tho mutt woro2 foot tall and broad III proportion nowdays meu are small aul could not bulla the wall A gOd looked down from heaven and saw thopeople being thrown Into tho wall tor not doing the work so lie came down and gave in thread to the workmen who put It round their wrists to increase tho strength When the king found out ho toOk this magic thread and plaited It late a lash for a whip With the magic Whip he could remove mountains orinane the Ydlow River stop Ii Not far away weaHcd at a hamlet I I o of tour houses knownM the Water CanRarlne Hera again we gathered a choice collection of local legends showing many rarlanta on a few themes of cruelty love and magic One is that the tine of the wall was marked out n by Chin but by Chins white magic tall and it was allowed to wander freely Whither it strayed the architect followed and pegged out the line for the builders And to this day stAnd the abondoned forty 11 of wall to prove the story Harpers Weekly Will a Woman be Admitted Although Ruth Bryan Leavitt denies tho report that sho Is an asplront for the House of Represenatlves several other Colorado women are mentioned as being In the hands of their friends Some of these are Re- pUblicans and some are Democrats As Colorado is one of the four states In which women have equal privileges with men at tho polls there may lie a chance for some of them to get the candidacy Possibly also some of them may get elected But If elected will they bo ad mitted Theres the rub The constitution declares that No person shall be a representative who shall not have attained tho ago of 25 years and been seven years a citizen of the United States and who shall not when elected be an Inhabitant of that state in which ha shall be chosen This ia what it says about the qualifications for members of the popular branch of Congress Tho Constitution also sets forth that Each House shall be the Judge of tho elections returns and qualifications of Its own membersTho he in tho provision first quoted would seem to be fatal of any woman as a member of tho House of Representatives And the other stip ulation gives the House tho power to say whether it shall make he a generic pronoun to cover persons ol both sexes If the House holds that he and she are as regards quali fications for voting and holding of flee interchangeable terms It will let women in Probably it will not make uny such consesslon Do Lolmo said that the British Parliament could doI anything except change a man Into a woman or a woman Into a man As unlike England we have a written constitution which restricts the au thority of Congress and aa our Con gress has a much narrower range of powers than Englands Congress pos sesses the physiological feat of trans muting she Into he will hardly be at tempted by tho House of Representa tives until radicalism and broad con struction of tho constitution gets be yond any pint yet touchedGlobe Doi ocrat Take Notice IILadies Picture Frames com 3tf HARTFORD MILL CO J The FreeTrade Theorists- Mr Muspratt one of tho leading advocates of FreeTrade in England assorts in the Times that the prn I clplos of FreeTrade us understood by all Freetraders are utterly oposed to Hither customs or exeiau duties That Is what the assailant of our Amrrlcai Tariff sysrtciu are aiming lU They would admit champagne and other winos silks etc free of duty take L- Ithe excise taxes on liquors In thIs houscIlInevery citizen of this country ns long as they had elthher earnings or trementLnnsIFreeTrade time for thorn will never UnltJdII country as its advocates would have It because it would be Impossible to maintain at government in accordance with the theory oft these men Even I Great Britain rccoloS a large share of her revenue from customs dutlos I Deafness Cannot Bo Cured I By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is only ono way to euro deafness and that is by constitution i al romqdles Deafnecs Is caused by an inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of tho Eustcahlan Tube When runtwhen it Is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflama tlou can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condltlonhear ling will bo destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarr I which Is nothing bu tan Inflamed con surfncesI Dollars by catarrbJJtimt cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Bend for clrcularsfree F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 76c j Take Halls Family Pills for Con stlpatlon m f r Poisonous Plants Farmer should famllarizo themselves with poisonous plants and use every effort possible to destroy those tha are of dangerua character All poisonous plants are not equally injurious to all persons nor to all forms of life For example take tho action of polsonlvy Upon animals it has no apparent external effect horses mules and goats eating Its leaves with impunity But on the skins of a ma jority of persons it acts with varying intensity Some people are immune Thero are two fungus plants that arojknowncup Tho latter can be distinguished from the common mushroom by its white gills and spores anti by growing in woods Instead of meadows Death cup Is the most poisonous of all tho fleshy fungi American false helebore known as the itch weed is poisonous to poultry Horses having been known to be poisoned by eating the leaves yet sheep seem to relish It and eat it with aparent impunity Pokoweed is a wellknown plant that has many household uses but some chemical or mechanical manipulation seems necessary to prevent Ill effect when it is eaten The root and the alcoholic extract of the fruit are quite commonly used as a household rem edy for tho Itch and other skin diseases and for rheumatism Coron cocklo is generally known as i wild cherry which Is sometimes cul I tivated as an ornamental shade tree i also has poisonous qualities The fruit Is rather agreeable being but slight ly bitter and astringent in taste It Is also used as biters liquor being poured on the berries In bottles Poisoning is freuquently caused by cattle eating the wilted leaves from branches thrown carelessly within their reach or Ignorantly offered as food ChI dren occaslonly die from eating tho kernels of the seed or from swallow ing the fruit whole The writer some time ago had quite a loss among his young geese from cherrytup tree that was in an inclosure where the geese were kept As soon as the cause was discovered the remaining geese were changed to new quarters and there were no more deaths Strange to say that while these green leaves poisoned the geese the general poul try not onlyatethe leaves but picked up the fallen fruit with apparently no bad effect Rattlebox also known as wild pea is native in low sandy soils from the Atlantic westward to Minnesota and Eastern Kansas It Is common In Con necticut New Jersey and North Carolina The Poisonous constituent is un known but Is lies both In the leaves and the seed Horses and sometimes cattle are killed by eating grass or meadow hay mixed with the plant Poison oak also known as Call sumaclthunderwoodthe same way as poison Ivy and cases require the same remedy Laurel leaves commonly used for decorative purposes In winter or tho flowering branches are often careless ly thrown Into the Inclosuro where animals arc kept Tho older cattle aro not so frequently killed by It but they are by no means Immune Horses and even goats have died from eating tho leavesGreat laurel Is known also as laurel 0 For Sale Twenty five acres of first class Rough river bottoms three miles West from Hartford 25 per acre take It Apply to or address A SHEFFIELD IiA HartfordKy OhliarotT Cry FOR FLETCHERS C ASTO R I A VJl Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has been In use for over 30 years has borne tho signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision slnce its infancy N Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that triflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is n harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare goric Drops mid Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic tmbstancc Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrhcua and Vlnd Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach nod Bowels giving healthy und natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Mud You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCNTIUK COMPANY TT MUNNAY nun NCWTONN CITY Subscribe for The Hartford Republican Our Express Paid Line WE GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY WE PAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES AND SHIP FULL MEASURE QUARTS IN PLAIN SEALED CASES On merit alone we are asking you to buy these brands The qualities are right and the prices right If your order dont please you in every way send it back The goods are guaranteed by the Internal Revenue Department the Pure Food Laws and by Us OLD CABLE KENTUCKY BOURBON- In Jugs Only to 200 Per Gallon BROOKDALE RYESTRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY I In Jugs Only 2UMONOGRAM 4 Qt 8 Qts 1 Qts I I ICCPRESSPAIDCANADIAN WHITE RYE 350 675 IocotqtFAVNDALEI 13tI 6o HO sgts 1qtaRED ROCK SPECIAL STRAIGHT KEN TUCKY BOURBON 450 850 1200 APPLE BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY 300 575 850 PEACH BRANDY CLER MONT DISTILL ING COMPANY 300 575 850 APRICOT BRANDY CALIFORNIA 300 575 850 APRICOT BRANDYIMPORTED 400 750 1100 LINCOLN COUNTY TENNESSEE 300 575 850 FOR THE REHANDLER ALL SHIPMENTS IN PLAIN CASE OR CASK EXPRESS PREPAID 18 oz 12 ot rxUtles Kottlea TENNESSEE WIIISKKY Unlabeled 100 pints ii200 1000 NELSON COUNTY KENTUCKY WIIISKBY Unlabeled 100 pints 2700 2100 MOSS ROSECRESCENT CLUB BOTTLED IN BOND PRIVATE STOCK llYK Labeled 100 pintsn 3000 2760 BEST IN OUR PAIDEXPRESO RYEI IIEXPRESS I2gt igtN 1100 OLD DOMINION WHITE RYE 100 pints S7EO UOO 050 1050 ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR GUARANTEE WE have deposited 100000 with the City National Bank of Paducah Ky and 00000 with the Com mercial Trust Savings Bank of Memphis Tenn which amount will be paid to any party who receives a bottle of OLD McHANEY or SMOKY MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY from us original seal intact that is not exactly as we represent itONE HUNDRED PROOF A STANDARD GALLON MEASURE ABSOLUTELY PURE WE PAY THE EXPRESS OneCnl Two OllIs Three Gab Old MoHnncy Whisltcy S200 5575 S85O Smoky Mountain Corn Whislcny 2SO 55O 825 Unadulterated Unweakenedas pure and healthful as sunlight TRY THEMthats nil wo ask Even the gallon bottle in which these goods are shipped is an s article you will value and find many uses for A REMIT BY MONEY ORDER EXCHANGE OR REGISTERED LETTER CEORCmR GOODMAN1 COMPANYIncorporated 201203205 Lower Secend Street EVANSVILLE INDIANA j4 Iv I f hn nn n j A steeliFLYI Royal bakingPowder a eateat of time BIIdlalzor- savers tothepastrycook Economizes butter and and makes the fooddigestible andhealthful toAt1IAICING Makes most heaIIIItnl food tNo alumno lime phosphates The only baking powder made from 3oya1 Grape Cream of Tartar I As to The County Indebtedness It Is being talked by of the county that the present Re- pUblican administration Is running the county In debt or course this talk is engaged in for campaign purposes there being no foundation In truth for such tatoments We find on examination of the records In tile County Court Clerks oWcP that an order way niade by the Fiscal Court of Ohio coun ty on the 22nd day of 1898 at which time lion Tames P Miller was Judge W A Rone T A Evans S J Weller Ed Massie and L D Taylor were Magistrates composing the Fiscal Court In which It was that Ohio county was In debt 30008O This order may ho found In Fiscal Court Order Book No1 page 348 When the present administration came into power Jauary 1 190Ga committee composed of M L lIcanln Republican and S K Cox Democrat was appointed to ascertain the amount Ohio county was Indebted on that date On 19th they CIIod a report showing that the total Indebtedness of the county on January 1 190G was 241824G Said report Is recorded In Fiscal order book No2 page 80 On the first Monday In January 1909 a committee composed of C M- Crowe Democrat and Ernest Woodward Republican was appointed to ascertain the Indebtedness of Ohio county on January 1st On the 31st day of March they filed 3belr report showing the countys Indebtedness to be 1807905 Said repo4Is on file In the Ohio County Clerks office and together with the order and report before mentlnoed may be examined by any clttzen or voter of OhIo county by appUcatlon to the County Clerk or either of his ertlcJent It appears from the foregoing order and reports that the Democrdfc administration during the time from November 22 1898 to January I 1906 a period of nearly eight years when tIle fiscal court was Democratic reduced the debt of Ohio county 8668 while during the time from January I 190G to January 8th 1909 a period of throe years when the Fiscal Court was Republican the Indebtedness of Ohio county was reduced G103n How anyone can have the temorlty to presume upon the Ignorncae of the people to assert that the present Republican administration Is run nlug the lJUnty In debt In face or tile fact that during three years of It the InlilAlcdnciS has been reduced 37783 moro than Jt was reduc ed In nearly Idght years of Demomutlc rule Is beyond the comprehension of an houelt man It Is purely campaign bosh and Is clrelatcd to In jnro the prev + nt Republican candidates fur office there being no point at which au iwncst attack may be male upon then It also shows the ex- tromlty tu which will su to win out in elections It Is too glaringly luouutiltilellt with the facts to be believed hy anyone and the olrculatlon ud inch fnlsehocd scould eporate us a boomerang to those Ihing enrreaay tliere4n The trulhCuh14J of the rports of the financial of the coun ty to which wo rtfer nUll which havubeen made durlllg Judge Taylors ad mlnlirtrRtloli Mad published tu the world In boils county papers cannot be queetiutmri Ly anyone Thoy were made after careful investigation by honest mom one who signed each rlllOlt being a stalwart Democrat the other a lteptlblieatl whose Integrity cannot be questioned WE DO BIG tHINGS Some of the Masterful Achievement of Americana Americans founded the first govern meat under wulel nil men were IIIUIII before tile late Rluce the Drelllrntlull- or lndepeudeoce was publisherd to the worM the tJPIUttOrullc idea toe hourly ecl1C new impulse until now Its march seems irresistible Anierkuus were Illc first to demon Btrnle tile fesslbility of relying ou II citizen soldiery to defend the lend and its lustltutluulr IIgalllst foreign and domestic ulllld- Allwrulli were the first to abolish titular dlslltwl4lIIs anti tu deprive IiO- clal ontlueuee of nay support save diameter ur the OIlKIUKIH4 of those who eliomc is consider tlnemselvei au- suclully I elect It was nu American who luvented tine steolllsbll Au Amlllcali invented the tcItJrlftt An American to vented tilt lefphone An American lnlenlll IIII Neetrie light An American lutenleitthe reaper which inakca It possible to fetid the IJlllloli and more people uu tleieptetuet It was flU Atner lean too wbe Invented the sewing machine Americans also were tile conquerors ot pain when they dlseov Bred hOlT by the use ot sulphuric ether the tenderest human nerve could be sInsect f Feed on Spiders NoW 7Mlaud Masts of afy that feeds on spiders This fly Ibfack and wO and like the wasp lives Ino nestors city built In a crevice preferably In the Ulo per tolds of keavy windoveti sins This Is one dthe great annoyollt a of j the tlitr Iriausekeeiifr In rw Zealand f i h v W i the flour eggs Democrats November adjudged February deputies partlaans condltllln 4IY neshe will It Is almost lmpossibnu for her to keep Ihle flies from setting nil their lolUes at the tops of her cur talus These nets of clay are made up ot a series or separate cells usuitlly from tlce to IIIht im number then the nest Is built the sty goes after spiders It Ims no trouble In conquering the spinners or silky webs They succumb snore easily than do the American tiles which are so unfortunate as to get tangled In a spiders weaving The Or cnrrlll the spiders to Its home and Imprisons each erne In n cell here the fly lays n single egg and whln the grub hatches out It eats the spider that hRS been provided for it- When Its food is nil gone the mother fly goes out and catches IInolllpr IIp- ldlr and she keeps this up until the young fly Is aid enough to rnleh sill dens for ItselfNew York Telegram Emersons Courtesy when Mrs Mary A Livermore was a little girl she was monitor nt the IIallcork school In Boston and It was her duty to answer the door One rainy day the hell rang nod she found at the door n tall Ihlll man with a Irllllllnr umbrella who Inqulrld for the principal She was just pt the holdeulsh and dlllrlAptful age but there was something about this visitor wllllh so Impressed her that sill led taint In as politely n8 Itbl bad IIIn n prince placed n choir for him by the fire relieved him or his wet coat and umbrella and after she had slnrlPd to leave the rem came buk to draw a Ore screen between blm and the blaze for fear hi would hind It Ion bnt She afterward expressed to her teacher sotne setrprlse lit the unwonlcd tvlu tics sllllbnll felt Impelled to show the stranger He nnKWrlll Ah that was Ralph Wllllio Isnnrsom end tlultl14 the effect he has upon everybody tIe is- so courteous hlaURplf tint It mils out tine intent courtesy In nil others AlFASHIONSC- loths the Natives Wear and the Taiors Who Make Them Conservative In nil matter rthP Arab Is especially averse to change in the matter of cloth08 Not only do tbe vas Ions of the Arabs never change writes Graham Petrie In TuniS Kai rouan and Carthage but they I1re very restricted Although every Arab wears a gandoura more or less rlchly embroidered It Is always worked In one ot three accepted patterns from which no devlntJon nor any comlJlna Ion Is permitted The only matter In which personal taste allowed to show Itself Is In the choice pf color In this respect entire freedom Is permitted and taken full ndrarttage ot although It Is curious to note that the more delicate shads ot pink yellow and mauve are generally worn by elderly men while rich red and brown are In favor with their jun lors The soukeltrouk Is the souk of the tailors in Tunis and here ln numerous little shops the sartorial needs ot the Arab population arc fashioned and temptingly displayed J call them shops for want of a better word but they are as unlike the European shop as anything one tau Imagine They are really recPSses separated from each other by mulled olulllns painted with stripes of rld and green which support tl euuthtuous cornice richly care Id and lOlonI1 There are no windows or doors acid the shop Is raised some four feet above the ground To this elevation the tailor nimbly vaults for there are no steps to assist him Sit ting crollsle lcd In orthodox fashion he there cuts out pieces together and embelllsbes the guy silk waistcoats Iundoumll and other garments beloved or the Arab MAINE SPOOKS A Ghost House a Phantom LIght and a Mystic Woodchuck nowdollltl boosts a veritable ghost house where It Is said the chairs refuse to stay quietly In their places but to the middle ot the night walkout and draw together In groups just as It guided IJr visible hands Then there is u spirit cane that goes walk tag all by Itself just at midnight tapping Its WilY along train room to room and finally taking up Its abode In the ehaniber where u member of the awl ly sleeps That this statement Is true Is alllrmcd IJr those who have seen line plllllomeno oDd who are not at nil afraid ot ghosts At another house In the vlllase Is n- phlllltom light that shines each night no matter whether It IJe moonlight or darkness Just above the closet door In the upper chamber lor years this light has disturbed the people who at dllTrent times have occupied the roout- uud some have IJoll much afraid of tile fllrkIlnl gleam From time to tlllle different explannttonshdvSbeen offered but none has proved sltUstac tory Jhe light continues to shlns and no unto can account for the mystery Down lit Iuzy O camp is olpool woodchuck which every evening ut the sunset hour IOllllS out of an old family tomb halfway between the dump and the borne tnrlll here on the tomb tie sits quietly wlltc1l11s the sunset lights on the wlllertl of pertv- uuttiug Just nil till sun sinks below Ihl hurizou hel1suppellrs Thetutube- wnlluws hIm lip and lie is see no more until the sunset hoar comes rouUll againKennebec Journal Arab DuttermakingA- IIIOIIJ tile Arabs 1111 Inter stlpg ap- 1Ilrtllleut of wunnui s duty lsailry- UII this Ilke nil other is curried out on all old fashionedand Pal riirehal plan 1u ueake butter for IWllllnc II sunall sheJlslln is tilled with milk and tied to u ring hi the wall The wmuuu then sits tint on the floor and rocks It to and fro till little balls or butter IJeglll to form within these grow larger and larger aunt nc lnllluioic and are Ihally brought out as uue big lamp lIe remaining milk Is then bulled on the tire with IJIts or meat The main members of iho tam Ily now come together A large dish of cooked rice Is placed before them snd the boiled milk poured over It rhen making balls or the mixture with his hands each member quickly wallows his share and rises to wash his hands This done the glrle und mother sit down and eat what ho men Te pleased to leave Hats and Old Age In opening the services ont Sunday reteutly the pastor of one of the fush- 10llaIJII churches said Fur three Sundays J hare asked the WOIIIIII la this rhureh to rtIIIUC their lints during service bly upped hllll been uubNtl- td nod now I see wlllrllli 1 WllS wrong I was inconsiderate ot the comforts ot the aged und lallrm so I have made a new rule Hereafter nil women ot forty years or age or over will he Permitted to wear their hats durlllg the service Within twenty seconds every woman In the church was hareheadroLa dies Home Journal i i His Last Place nut said the tuerebaut to tbe al- plkunt you dont furnish nay refer puce from your lust place tYou neednt worry about re- Plied the man with the close crpped head and strange pallor I wouldnt bit here now It itt hndnt been tIimy goal behavior lumy lust Cpthollc Standard and TfmesWt N A Great Care tCellaDlr hair turned perfectly white in one night from trot ble DellIS lteally Whut was the nature oftic troubleJCehnCttemlcal Judes Wp P c 1 J Drefhi Bubjeot FIve thoseaad dpllara for a fleg- he eiclalinedas he looked up from hie nuwepaper Do you believe any tae ever paid any such price MdriaT lm sure I dontknoJ James she returned wlthodt tltopplng her needle work even for Ii moment loco the paper say that roach was paid 1 Yes Theres an article on valuable dogs and It speaks of one that was sold for 5000 1 don t believe it It may be true James she said quietly Someof these well bred animals bring fancy prices and theres no particular reason why the paper should lie about It- I know that Maria But Just think ot itJust try to grasp the magnitude of that sum in your weak feminine mind You dont seem to realize It rive thousand dollars for a doge Why hang It Marta thats more than Im worth I know It James but some are worth more than others She went calmly do with her sewing whlll he fumed and sputtered for a moment and theo dropped the subject especlally the weak feminine mind port of It Cosma Duet A particle of dust onehundred thou santh of an Inch In diameter Is held In Us place In space by the force of gracjtatlon but a particle smaller than this Is pushed outward Into space by the weight ot the suns light because as the particle becomes smaller Its surface which Is subject to pres sure becomes greater In proportion to its weight The suns corona the zodiacal light the aurora borealis and the comets tail are all composed of these InnnltelJ minute panicles In some CASes white hot and In others merely illuminated IJI the sun which are beIng constantly driven away from the sun by the pres sure ot Its light In the case ot the aurora borealis there Is a movement ot the light both away from and toward the sun This Is explained h1 the theory that the weight ot the suns light presses the particles outward Into space for a certain distance and that then a contain number of theta cohere together until they have sufficient weIght to be at tracted toward the sun once more by the force of gravitation Rarely DIturbed Two Spiders who dwelt In different parts of a church chanced to meet together In the aisle oue day when out for a constitutional flow are you getting on said spl der No 1 to spider ro 2 Ob moderately was the reply J dont feel very comfortable on Sundays I live In the pulpit under the cushion and on that day tile parson comes and bangs the book und sends his fists on the aide and 1 have to keep very close or else some day I- thlllk hell hit me Us bangs with such a force that 1 know bell squash me to a jelly Oh you come and live with men sold his companion Im never trou bled Im always comfortable and never disturbed from one years end to the other Indetd said the other spider And where do you Ive Oh 1 live In the poorbox was the rplyPc1ncoos Weekly Antiquity of Fishing Probably no branch of Indurtry can lay claim to greater antiquity than that ot Illlhlug its orlglll would seem to he rOfal with tile earliest efforts ot hunnn ingenuity for the oldest monuments lit antiquity show the IIsb- crhllln In full poseSsion of the Imple- IIwnl of his calling und even those trlltl of savages which have learned neither to keep flocks tor to 1111 the fields are sklllld III the fabrication of the hook till fish spear and the net Pie lIrlllsl cIvilizatlou of the eastern- Mediterrnoeon was begun with fishing Sidon which means fishery was originally a fishing village and Its In- terprlllIg Inhabitants devoted their ut- telltlou mainly to the collection or a certain kind ot mollusks from which they prepared the famous tyrian pur pie prized more highly for the richness and variety of Its huts titan any other dye known to the ancients The Aurora Borealis Whntper uiay be the cause of the aurora borealis Its height does not up pear to be limited by the atmosphere The rays sometimes touch the earth In- Scandlnorla coming between the observer and Ilerlllltl places but Ilogel years ago obtained data showing that a large aurora seen In northern Her many must have had u height or sixty miles and that the rays often rise to 4W miles their points glowing with red light Seeking For Danger Fat going to tick Smith WbDo sold I was a horse thief and a liar Did he prove ItT No Then let well enough alone land dont get him any madderCleve land Leader Imperiled Treasure indignant WifeThat new chngaeur has only just brought the children and tan home and now hes taken the cook oUt for a spin lIulibnndUrent heaven Ile doesut half know how to man age a car and shes the first decent rook were had In tt yearBrooklyn Life Either Way UnpplollB merely consists ot get tllll thltlJln we want remarked tile wisp guy I Or of not getting the thipgi we VII ut sllpplplIIpl ltlt tbl sltnplu- m gIhlfniy lphlt Lerord f ft Albliltloes Beaver Lam Lodge 14o no If + 1M adopted the following reeolu flops on the dethot CrL WOQd wardWhereas on Oct 19 1902 it pleas eilthe AUwlso Ruler of tine Universe to call from labor to refreshment to that house not made with hands eter nal In the heaven qur dearly beloved brother C L Woodward there fore be it- Resolved FJrstThat In the death ot brother Woodward the lodge has lost a mot faithful and devoted mom berj fie having been a mason for thir ty years one whom we aU loved and whoso memory shall he kept ever green In our midst the community n good and upright citizen the church a loyal member and the family a devoted husband and father SecondTlint we extend to the fam Ily our heart felt sympathy In their bereavement and commend them to Him who never forsakes those who place their trust In Him and whose teachings brother Woodward tried to folio v ThirdThat a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the records of this lodge a copy sent tel each mom bor of the family and one to the Masonic Home Journal fur publication 1V A ARDU LET M LASE- V M STEWART Comnllttee Bandages and Rod Tape During the South African war find yard Klpling discovered at Cape Town a hospital without bandages and In desperate need ot them This too was In a city where bandages were for sale to many ShOps HQ told an acquaintance that he was going to meet that want and the gentleman at once offered to pay for all the bandages bat- Mr I lpllng would buy and take to the hospital A cart was quickly loaded and then the author was informed that under army rules the hospital autbonl ties could not receive supplies from a private individual Well sold he I will dump the packages on the pavement before the door and then tIll them to come out and clear up the litter Perhaps they can get them Into the building In that way without tearing any red tape lie drove ot with the bandages and the supplies were sonthow smuggled Into the hospital For Sale A pair of high class pointers well trained apply to this office ROSINE Oct 28On account of the Inclement weather the now Methodist church hero which was to have been dedicated the second Sunday In Oc tober will now be dedicated the 14th of November EverYbody Is invited to attend Dinner will bo served for everyone on the ground A large crowd la expected Mrs Dab Culbertson died last Sat urday and was burled In the cem etery here iI hl been eleik eral motif She leave a Juieb ic and flveohlldren tontourt her loss School ads prokreaeing nicely under the management ot Mr Late Eat 4t bry As the election Ia 80 aver at hand I the candldatea are frequent visitors krr Oscar Allen and Wife df Baize town are vlslling friends and ret atives In this communityo y Mrs Henry Thompson of provldencl Ky visited her sIster Mrs J Thom as Allen ot this place last week Miss Dora Allen la visiting tier sister Mrs Sol bY at Island who IIi j i very sick They are pointing the Chrlstlgn church at this place Words to FreezeThe SOLlI twordsa of prln N C by two expert doctorsone tL lung specialist Then was shown the won derful power of Dr Kings New DIII- co very After three weeks use writes Mr Blevens ho was as well as ever I would not take all the mo ey In the world for what It did for Infallible for Coughs and oftdeserateand 100 at all druggists Guarantee saUsfaotion Trial bQttle tree m FAIRVIEW Oct 26 school at this placo Is progressing nicely under the nranncement of Prof A P Dose ell Mrs J P Heavrln Owen boro Is visiting her slstersInIaw Miss Sarah Henverln und Mrs Eliza Coates Mr and Mrs John L HauSeU Mad aryville lad returned home Friday 1 after a few days visit with Mrs Uaus ells father Rev T J Acton Miss Eva White visited her sister Miss Heals f Acton Shronder Fri day night Mrs C C Whlto and children viS- Ited Mrs W H Acton Shroader Sat urday Methinks I hear wedding bells agaIn Guess there will bo two or three weddings to report between now and when the roses bloom again Success to The Republican The Bar Sinister Plays that appeal to the heart and plays that heads of families can blrn their children to see are the playS BareSinisterat the McHenry Opera House four PIJO I night November 1 1909 The play na Jove story full of characters that have good red blood In them A play with II strong moral lesson and a play that every yuong man and woman should se- eChlldrort Cry FOR FLETCHERS + CASTORIA f I One DoctorOnly OneNo sense in running from one doctor to another Selectii tryingthisately select the best cough medicine then take it Stick 9rthroatCAyerCoLowellMasJ1Whyold reliable family LaxativeAyers Pills Ask your doctor If he approves this advice V I An Important et Efifl y = In fur isiing or refurnishing the home ill whole or in art to have it artistic whether bit bIafi I home attractive for the iong days or tall and win ter we have solved the problem for you Wo bfpare lontinul111y adding to our furniture business fland can show you It line of goods that are une 1quuled in style quality and low pice Use the t q samo painstaking taro iu salt ting your houso furnishings that you t1u ill Luylg t hat or suit 4t4sail we will get your orloJ I i I SCH RaI The Only Exc nswe Furniture it 44IiouseiMn 7artford f3 t i iji ww il1 3