You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: n. Friday, November 5, 1909. The Hartford republican. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1909 hao1909110501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: n. Friday, November 5, 1909. The Hartford republican. Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Tr S M j t i- l 1IlfJ II itif It J- H It8ti I I t thjfltbIUa1i 1 Fine J bWorklDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription per Year ib ff VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY K3 1 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5 1909 No 16 ILOUISVILLE hOES- DEMOCRATIC Republicans Fought Hard But Were outvoted Several Member E of Legislature all Republicans Seem toHave Saved From Wreck Louisville Ky NOT 4The long If est nnd most fiercely Contested polltl cal campaign In the history of Louis ville closed yesterday with the der ft of practically tho entire Republi oan ticket and the election of the Dem rats nnominated by Col John H WhallenThe of Mr W Ol Head for Mayor over Mr James F Grinstead la exactly 1721 The majority for the Democratic nominees for Circuit Judges and county officers la several hun beds larger- Owen Tyler cut but little figure la the election his total vote only slightly exceeding 1000 George D Todd cut an absurto fikure polling- a vqte of less than 100 bounty Judge Arthur Peter made the best race of any Republican nom inee but went down with the rest majority approximating 1 500 L H Francis Republican Is elect ed to the Legislature from the Fourth and Fifth wards Judge S M Carson Republican is elected to the Legislature from theT enth ward and R L Harris Republican seems to have wot by a narrow margin In the Eighth nd Ninth wards All other Democratic nominees for they Legislature Including H D New and Mark Ryan for the State Sonate are elected t The Indications are that Orvllle J SlIvers the dlscoveror of tho Jeo f l ard is elected Superintendent of the county schools over HH Sims and Mrs Rosa Stonestreet All the Whallen nomlnnees for the General Council were of course elected with W O Head by practically the same majority By common consent tills Councllas well as most of the outer offices belong to Col John H Whallen to have and to hold until death them do part A number of new faces appear up- On the Circuit bench Shackelford Miller S B Kirby and T R Gordon are reelected Walter P Lincoln succeeds Ufttt ODoherty W H Field suc ceeds Homer W Bataon J R Greg cry succeeds Joseph Pryor and Muir Welsslnger succeeds Arthur Peter From beginning to end the registra tion and election were absolutely fair The registration was admitted by everybody to have been the fairest and most orderly ever held In Louls vole The election was even more quiet than the registration Splended seder was manifested at the polls and Mr Grlnstead redeemed every promise made of a fair election The police did not take the slightest hand in the election and no complaint was mule of their conduct anywhere An examination of the election returns shows that the city was pract Ically a tie up to tho eleventh and twelfth wards These two wards give Head and the Democratic ticket major tics slightly in excess of 2000 GENERAL RESULTS The elections held throughout the auntry last Tuesday resulted in no special party advantage In Louis ville the Democrats elected their entire tfcket from Mayor down While Lex ington for the first time went Republican or Fusion and breaks the Dem ocratic hold on that city which has long been noted for Its corruption Massa husetts elects a Republican Govern 1 I or by a reduced majority Little Rhode Island increases her Republican lead while Virginia remains Dem cratic In Philadelphia the effort of the reformers to oust the regular Republican machine failed Pennsyl vania elections generally showed Re jtubncan nwjprltles in Maryland the Constitutional Amendment dlsf ranchls Ing the negro is defeated Tom Johnson was cufaeted for Mayor of Cleveland by a large major ftr Ity Indianapolis and Bvansvlllo both elected Republican Mayors changing from Democratic control In Great w New York Tammany succeeded in electing Gaynor Mayor but toBtcon- ol of the excise hoard which waa f j more than half asmVftat a WV k i c f y v I VOTE OF OHIO COUNTY NOVEMBER 2 I O1 PRECINCTS t I R R TOIr loom I Circuit County C unty I County sherlfA SchoolJailerI Repnaen1 ISune I OoronICom Judc Clerk Judge erk Atfv or c 3 n x a t7 F C M p- n m- pH m O 1 a p + CH tt g 0 d g S = rn jg tI ofi rn sn jI I g oi I S i3 bo ap 9 a odIC 5Hgj IS fO G a wcoocooN tt i 0 x p H- txj 0 So j H r- g 8 +p 9- y y- m 4 Eo Hartford 143 187 142 145 148 196 155 181 146 202 126 209 142 195 110 236 140 193 187 199 144 190 140 191 137 193 W Hartfprd 108 1G8 116 116 116 160 99 169 106 168 9t9 liO 104 167 84 190 104 162 105 162 114 158 108 155 103 167 Beda V 98 106 98 99 100 110 101 106 107 115 98 110 99 110 97 111 98 112 96 114 97 112 97 111 Sulphur Springs 121 142 122 123 123 142 132 139 126 1029t 139 124 142 122 144 122 141 121 146 129 133 121 143 123 140 Magan 52 55 53 53 51 56 57 62 54 62 53 66 54 67 52 56 62 68 49 70 54 66 52 66 Cromwell 75 126 75 76 75 127 78 124 89 117 71i 127 77 124 71 137 73 131 63 143 76 127 75 126 73 130 Cool Springs 70 50 71 71 70 49 70 43 78 43 69 Go 69 51 70 49 70 50 70 49 70 49 70 49 70 48 North Rockporl 74 135 77 75 68 157 72 138 72 144 7 140 72 140 77 143 73 137 71 141 63 164 81 136 72 135 South Rockport 83 72 84 84 84 78 83 74 82 78 8 72 83 74 85 75 84 73 83 74 82 77 88 70 83 72 Select 46 89 47 47 40 86 47 86 47 SG 46 87 46 85 44 89 47 S7 46 88 45 89 40 87 48 86 Horse Branch 76 112 85 84 82 118 92 111 93 114 84 118 83 113 82 125 99 109 78 126 86 117 83 117 83 114 Rosin f 85 164 87 84 87 166 94 158 84 171 8 165 83 167 81 172 82 167 81 170 86 167 83 163 85 163 E Beaver tam 100 111 101 99 97 116 107 107 115 102 9i llli 98 115 90 129 93 113 97 121 100 113 99 109 98 112 W Beaver Dam 121 137 119 120 114 157 126 136 124 145 11 140 119 143 111 157 122 137 120 142 119 142 121 137 118 138 McHenry 52 123 56 56 45 139 58 120 53 125 53 125 53 126 52 130 53 125 57 125 45 142 63 123 52 124 Center town 146 125 148 148 140 129 142 126 153 118 141 128 141 131 141 131 141 129 140 128 140 130 142 126 144 121 Smallhous 56 38 56 56 55 39 56 38 67 37 66 38 55 41 57 38 56 38 55 39 56 38 57 38 56 38 E FordavUle 72 123 72 72 71 119 71 119 71 122 71 122 69 120 72 121 71 120 71 119 72 122 69 121 70 120 W Fords vllle 76 122 78 79 72 124 78 120 78 120 76 121 74 122 77 122 74 120 74 122 76 120 75 120 75 121 Aetna vllle itt 66 26 66 66 66 26 66 26 66 26 67 26 66 26 66 26 66 26 67 26 66X26 66 26 66 26 Shreve 63 66 63 63 63 65 63 65 62 63 62 68 62 66 62 67 63 63 63 66 63 67 62 69 62 64 Olatoa 67 72 72 69 87 73 71 72 70 75 66 7ti 67 73 63 73 79 66 66 72 70 72 68 73 67 71 Buford 93 37 94 93 90 41 90 38 97 40 87 46 89 41 85 48 92 37 91 41 93 40 92 37 92 37 Bartletta 100 92 101 101 98 94 100 94 105 91 o2 95 100 98 99 91 101 03 101 93 101 93 101 92 99 90 Heflln 53 52 53 53 53 54 53 54 53 48 53 64 53 61 53 54 53 54 54 54 53 51 53 54 53 54 Ceralvo f 36 39 3738 36 39 36 40 37 40 36 39 32 45 37 38 35 40 35 41 36 41 36 39 3t 40 Point Pleasant 40 45 42 42 41 46 41 44 45 43 39 49 38 52 43 46 40 44 43 44 42 43 41 44 41 43 Narrows 73 fiO 79 79 74 61 78 60 82 59 78 63 77 63 80 60 79 59 77 63 79 61 77 62 78 63 Ralph 106 74 108 107 105 75 105 75 111 69 12P 66 106 74 109 72 105 75 105 75 105 76 105 73 105 71 Prentls 68 66 67 68 67 65 68 65 71 61 68 65 67 66 67 65 68 67 69 65 68 65 63 65 67 65 Herbert 52 30 50 29 50 29 50 29 50 29 60 29 50 29 50 29 50 29 50 29 50 29 50 29 50 29 Arnold 3 41 60 47 48 49 60 45 61 45 65 50 68 49 59 44 65 49 59 45 61 48 59 47 CO 48 50 Render r 24 48 26 26 22 61 25 45 28 10 25 53 25 53 23 63 24 47 27 50 24 57 26 43 24 48 Total 2441 2942 2592 2569 2539 3060 2599 2920 2662 29C6 2542 3030 2524 3036 2465 3157 2562 2978 2511 3034 2546 3045 2548 2950 2527 2953 Majorities 501 521 321 304 4SS 512 694 416 f 543 499 402 426 U It Next Officials of Ohio County I a1IoJiiT W S TIXSLBV E G BARRASS W S DEANReelected County Court Clerk Reelected Circuit Court Clerk Representative elect r rh 4 V etAtry F C E SMITHR R WEDDINGT H BLACK County Attorney electCounty Judge elect Sheriff elect I i z1v BERNARD FELIXa1ItNRY LEACH W R MIDKIFF I Aese8s relectt i School Superintendent elect jailer elect r ja + t w t Fu- rtMI COLBURNIS CONVINCED Learns by Sad Experience With Tobacco Trust Good Price for Tobacco Dumped at Owensboro But Gets Short Weight Mr Charlie Colburn who lives east of Hartford and who has heretofore been a faithful member of the Society of Equity yielded to the seductive influences of the Tobacco Trust and one day last week hauled a thousand pound load of tobacco to Owensboro and sold It at 9 8 and 2 thinking bo had been given a splendid price and probably more than he would get In the pool However when his tobac co was weighed it fell off four hun dred pounds on the one load re ducing amount received to such an extent that it brought him about 4 4 and 1 something near tho old price paid by the Trust before the pool was originated Mr Colburn was in this office one day this week and requested that we give publicity to this transaction together with his ac knowledgement of his mistake and a promise to stand by the American Society of Equity In tho future To use Mr Colburns own words If I ever dump another load of tobacco it will be in the river He says that ho is hereafter solid for Equity if he can be forgiven and will stand by the organization until death FOR THE BUSY READER The will of the late Judge William Lindsay wn ndmlttcd to probate at Frankfort The property is divided between Mrs Lindsay and a daughter by a former marriageS Acting Gov Cox pardoned former State Treasurer W R Day under In dlctmout In Perry and Braathltt cone ties under the charge of obtain lug money under tale pretense With Presidout Taft the State fair and a big circus as attraetions 30000 xenrllou11 were drawn to Jackson Mies The resident in his speech pnld tribute to the farmers Tho body of Prince Ito who was as sassinated October 25 by a Korean at Harbin Mutichuru was received In Toklo last Monday with honors consistent with the distinguished ca reer of the Japanese statesmen I Announcement was made that the Immense seawall at Fort Plokens across the bay from Pnesncola Fla on Santa Rosa Island upon which workmen have boon engaged for the past two years has been completed S R K McClure Co Frankfort merchants filed a petition In bankruptcy Ell H Brown was named as receiver The liabilities are estimated nt 120 000 The assets are listed as tho same V but will hardly realize this amount e Smallpox cases numbering 24G 0 in the United States during the fiscal year ending July 1 last wore reported by the public health service at Washington This aggregate for the year Is a decrease of 7600 from the pre ceding year Wages in Canada Canadians living in the maritime provinces of that country recognize how much It would contribute to their prosjerlty could they have free access to the markets of the United States but there Is no prospect of their receiving such advantage Tho wages paid In Prince Edward island as officially reported tell the story There was a shortage of labor on the farms the past summer the re partstates because the young men gQto the Far West and to the Unit ed States where better wages are paid Women labor In the fields re ceiving from JG to 10 per month with board for 12 hours work Men under similar circumstances get from 15 to 20 per mouth The United States workmen do not care to competowlth such poorly paid workmen i Will TIE IAJI Iffi 1fFIEl A Few leiIts el the Career of- F Thu flIOfflGir ig the Arty Leonard Wood fa one of those men who had from IW youth had the power In him to get somewhere and he hu got for the position he occupies In these United States gives him a rook whIdl to the Army ls next to the presldent himself Fortyodd years ago he wu horn on Cape Cod and when hI arrlved at the age where a young man beglns to cast about for something to do for a living he decided he would make his by doing what he could to help others to ex- Ist long enough to make theirs so he went to sclasoi took an army examination and considered that he was lucky to be apolnUod That was- in as an army surgeon 1S85 Jurt recently he became the ranking officer In the army Not much had been heard or this man until the Spanlh war broke out but ever since he and Roosevelt head ed the Rough alders word abOut him has been going around and now he Is taking salutes off every man In the armyHe didnt get a snap when he en tlJllEd the army and It was prbJbl a good acing for him although he ha sever shown any Inclination to want to Mt on velvet hlngs and hold his hands atilt A1Il1o he went Into the wild and woolly Southwest with Law toaas eomnrand when they were camp hg on the tral or the chieftain Geronl- nlo and whea the laUer waa making snipe hunters out of the whole bunch However the wily old fellows ruses dWeat always work and Lawton got him Wood was now getting used to Udags la the rough and continued to ekafe the fleeing red man over the trios and up the mountalDs for some chafe until the authorities at WUh iagog thought he had had enough for a wbfkt and made him Urg o- nfisal at the nations capital But tee had btfJOme accustomed to ac UTity and when things began w go baghosse for the Spsalards In Cuba Ita afloat 18 days to getting together a tengh Rldr regiment and biked or leg the seen of IJOIItIlltle5 hat when the war Wu ever It wall ooadDlied that Wood mlgbt star un tile Job lu the tropical Ise au instead of fighting steularda he turned to fighting tins As goraoroc- ral he JhWIi firM rrtp on thinggs- Ltalmed Santiago and Ifavnna upside down in bll Iarcla kr mallelou m- iemha ttelted tile street down with cwrroshe ulbdltustc made bUp such as I thug that they had to lure a un Os pt fa tonc1 wound by dtie gvering throttgb the- sehsnttsts ar+ Mistd with him that- nosgnitcU make It a point t1l Mad their bill with yellow fever germs whenever thf1 get true chance The way Wend purael thus ctha of th filth and dti esi that vita Jo them made the tuhrfa OfItn their pyes and begin to bthtff that It really was possible tu live without heing sick au tht tlm Tile auylunt or pRwtltn sublimate sad kerosene lie ud must have netted r goodly sum to the churn lata asid tby all oompaules but Uwy also provda rCact drtignet for the nimble germs rnd It got so you could open your uifnth on the island with OUt catching tyyhuid or malaria But after will 110 the Aniericans loft Cuba to flllI her own hatUp1I wIth bacteria Had wUj hlllf and thmm Wood had n n4 to go to the philIp pine which ho answered nlthoug1 some big rnllrtMid men offered him a- job at t009 a year If hu would stay At home and occupy a soft Moat In- few York nt Wvl proferrfK1 pula Jano to IiIOIII9 and Jorottfs to rallrostl rIb twJ hu paasod on to the Phlllppltus to Pacify the lloro sad try to Hake thom look as rospect able u JHIKtl W A nd he did IL good work in tilt Orint- Altoguther toe ranking ofllcr of- the army is a tine fellow mId un nil around teat 1e Is a fine speoimm1 of physical rltcUt combined with quick poreeptkin and keen Judgment lie is a itUr atlafute than framer IrlJMldnt- HoOtlovelt and 411 turn day and night Into two dayG fta which to work an time tbere Iii aooI1 for It QUICKS PILLS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills in Memory Of Mrs BOUpr Shields who depart cd this life fic Ltnber 2 1909 aged 63 years Alter fta IYaesy of nlnctytbro days Mrs 5bIAtllf pascal from thIs Ufo to her rut In the grave All t uo 1 wJlhJteMia aid leviag baadeenld lie wail deaely het Gel knew best Rls rill be deaeaet ears flat T- eaaas were told is reef la he ares River burying g8U4 is tM- preeeace of a Itof trfeada sad ref aUves Death Sa awtBI at any Use nadera BY cirrasaataacesb wJlea tile Ilarveateg cats off one who Sa Ute cheriahed object of love to all who aurrouad her Rhone We haei been full of gentlenesa and goodness tree from eJi1TT hatred and malice whose ioss falls es s death blow on loving children affectionate brothers And sisters and la most certainly B loss to her many friend On arriving at the grave scene was most impressive and affecting Many eyes were dimmed with taers and many heartSore as the casket with its precious contents was slowly lowered to Its final resting plaee I Soon the gaping pit was filled Soon each one realized that never again I would that bright face glow with I friendship upon anyone But that mysterious instinct of a life beyond the skies gave rise to hope that In some unknown brighter world when i sorrow partings sickness and death I i are unknown we shall meet aunt- Betty there I Call not back the dear departed j I Anhored cafe where storms are On the border land we left her oeI I Soon to met and part no more When we leave this world of changes I When we leave this world or care We shall meet our missing loved one I In our Fathers mansIon fallI A precious one from us Is gone i A voice we loved Is stilled A place Is vacnt In her home I Which never can be rUled God In his wIsdom has recalled I The boon his love had gIven And though her body moulders here I Her soul Js safe In Heaven WfCp not that her tolls are over- Weep not that her race Is run God grant that we may rest as calmly When our work like hers Is done Till then we yield with gladness I Aunt Betty to him keep And rejoice In the sweet assurance He gveth his beloved sleep- L and I Ranney i TURNED TOPSYTURVY BY MIGHTY POWERS i Queer Doings in Oregon House Spooks or Electricity Held To Blame Influenced by an apparently Inox- pUeabIei power the eonteets of a house In Iortland Ore were far four hours toIInanimate objects moved sa Ir they j they were things of lire These occurrences were vouclied rot by hundred or Jtoeron who 1 1tedIthe house and were wltns3tee I phenomena A she foot extsakm table j rallld itself Oft two legs and fell on Ita side a sofa U1ofJl from hII- IJaco agAinst the wall and careened on its side a clock on a shelf turn i UtI almost oompletely around anti sop peed lit 830 p ear dishes on every j surface stool on edge and rolled v1 tile floor a lurl18 chair foIl over t k halfflllPd test kettle and coffee pot stovelalthougha baskot of 011 across a dralnllard and dropped to the floor though put back u dozen times The I phenomenon ceased as suddenly all It began IVarious theories have been put fort that It was caused ball electrical storm which prevailed yesterday and another that an unknownI- llOtenUlI1 WitS neergli by an eleven yourold boy whose grandparents oc- copy the promises This child Is de- l elarttd by one of his rolatives to have previously caused articles or- great weight to moveInulsvlllu Post i There Is snore Catarrh In this see Lion or the country than all other i diseases put together and until the i last few yearS was supposed to Jle- Incurable For n great many years doctors pronounced It n local disease land prescribed local rumedlo8 and by constantly failing to cure wIth local treatment pronounced It Incurable Science rues proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore I constitutional treatment Balls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P J- Clieney Co Toledo Ohio Is the Jtlisdrops to a teaspoonful It acts dl reetly on thu blood and mucous sur face ot the system They offs urn hundred dollars for any case It ftilaI to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY s Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all DruggIst 7ric Take Halls Family Pills tor con stfpaUnoI P l1Elistf iENT TIM CoItemJlate the OltimateDhso- tttioe i of the tepihi1 can tarty reinIforces lBat1Edthey are to be defeated at tile poUsI by the progressives voting arles Is meant Republican Congressmen who voted for the new Tariff and Who stand by the PreSident and the natIonal Republican party Senator Bristow declares La did Senator cum mini In his noted Chicago Interview that the political obligation rests upol the people to enforce the progressive policies The progressive he says do not care much about the politics ot a Senator or Representative What they want Is the supart otIheman So long as they have enough me- nthe do nut need parties This is Senator Brlstows view us presented by the Kansas City Star an Independent Journal fn sympathy wIth the Insurgent Idea This confirm the Hawk Eye repeated assertion that the ultimate purpose or the In surgents ls the dissolution of the Republican aprtyupless they can cap ture Its organization and control 111 La Follette Cummins Bristow and theIr associates are now putting spec tat emphasis upon lndlrlduallSm In politics disregard of party organization administration and the par ty caucus As Bristow puts I It Is the duty of the people over against the reactJonar tea now in Congress no matter o which arty they belnog Senator cu mlns has publicly proclaimed the same thought and enjoined It as a duty The threat to defeat the election of R pUblican candldatfB to Congress who stand with the party organization car rice joy to the Democratic camp Our political opponents are encouraged to hope for control or the House the electlno or the speaker the appoint ment or committees and thus defeat Republican and administration poll den The hawk Eye does not believe the people of the enlted States are ready to bury the Republican party Burlington HawkEye CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Has the Eurths Climate Ceenged The explorations In Central Asia he laid bare the ruins of once flourishing cities II Boutquln in the French journi CIel lit Terre proves modernIclentiflc rACe was brought about by causes entirely unrelated to such supposed me rulllgJcal clKnglf as s general cool lag or ollmetes or a progressive de stccaton or the glebe In Europe for example n sensitive lowering or the temperature and delesse lm the precipitation or rain and Snow would have caused a wellmarked and continuous recession or glaciers but no such recession Is shown by the roc ords more than two thousand years Helm has proven that although the latter halt of the nineteenth century they are now far morn than they were In the exhmslveI lolybius In the second C described the rich gold and sliver mines of the Tyrol These mines yielded abundantly until the middle or the sixteenth century after which date their productiveness rapidly diminished the mouths of shafts became covere with Ice A shaft sunk at this epoch was covered In 1570 by n glacier liS feet thIck Resistance to the invasion or the Ice soon became Impossible In the eighteenth centry the glacier was more than 300 feet high and In 1875 It had attained n height of 480 feet For many years It was asserted that the east coast or Greenland had formerly enjoyed n mild climate which favored the growth of vegetation and ave rise to tho name Grenoland The hlsorJcal researches or RInk and Von Maurer however have proved that the decay of the posts established liy the Norwegians In olden times wAs caused by the Introduction of n con lltloniunwIse economic polity which pr yoked hostile attacts by the ESklmo1 Equally ernnoeus statttnlIts hat been P tInfarther torth than It does at prexel simply because It was then In the absencqat foreign compctl lon more profitable than It Is now Yet It h i 4 zN be cy lflleaki lr sie thlj eialeafary tnt the sfnlareb sc Jaa el age et assess er c a lesg tieee Felie- d ever all nWeee- Ia JIeIPtua sadI other ceaatrtee ales agr1cvit e has been radlcallr- trasa6tutaed by Ute operatJea or euo- nomleal laws laprovgd methods of calt8reaBII a were iatelUgeat c tslce- Of crops In the stddle Alles asll saw the fifteenth tHry the vise was cultivated la Bavaria and la other parts of Germany from which It has now almost eatrely dlsesppearM but Its eltlseappearance UJist due to climate changes The w1M produced It these districts was getteTaky of inferior quality and with the growing refinement of taste It was gradually supplanted by foreign wines and good natIve beer The culture of the vine baspractI- calJy dlSllapearEd from Belgium for simIlar reasone Two Belgium abbeys still possess vineyards and make wine for sacramental use In France ItI has proved that the vIntage season has not shifted appreciably since the fourteenth century It has likewise been demonstrated that contrary to the popular belief the olive was never cultivated In Switzerland ex cept to a very small extent In gardens and that no change has occurred In Swiss agriculture products In gener atCOSmos 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 A SHEFFIELD HaruordKy Trees Brought RaIn In lower Egypt rain fell very el dom During the French occupation about 1789 It did not rain for 16 months but since Mahomet AU and Ibrahlm Pasha completed their vast plantationsthe former alone planted more than 20000000 olive irootton acacia plane trees etcthere now falls a good deal of rai- nChildren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Compensation The tennis lace says the London rolfIhas done for his musclesI Ladies Take Notice A nice line of PIcture Frames com pleted at low prices 3tf HARTFORD MILL CO A Sunday Afternoon In an upper west side street whose residents like quiet and decorum and whereprobably for the Same reason the children of a nearby tenement dearly love to gather there Is a stoop whIch Is the object or their special and fostering care I It Is a Sunday afternoon and the ur chins are rertgatherld In great numI hers big and little but they sprawl upon the steps or n stoup to wblchi they have no rIght and In such ly authoritative fashion that the real the been duoIIises and now they are hack again infesting every Inch of space between sidewalk and door bell Out comes a prey avenger court6 havIng availed nothing she swoops down upon them Get off every one youwhat do you mean Not an urchIn moves Get off she says again seizing two children Calmly seated on the hand rail and as they make no move You little devils she screams This hits pretty hard one of the boys on the curb evIdently the ring leader or the camping party Devils he echoes hauglitllly Yesdevils she retorts angrily You aught to be ashamed ot your aekeet nowt seoe aol Pet a aeeaest the boy looks ds6- esra fattM wemL They l1e graps- hr the eel it a ireryvery small tje who aabidlta without a word and yells Yon come oa here you Jackass yout and the precession woven off and dewa the street under the direction of its leader Stops Lameness Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect See that your horse Is not al lowed to go lame Keep Sloans Liniment on hand and apply at the first sign of stiffness Its penetratinggoesright sorenesslimbers up the joints and makes the muscles elastic and pliant Heres the Proof Mr G T Roberts or Resaca Ga IJox43twritesfhueased rand effected a thorougb cure l also removed a spavin on a mule This spula was as loge u a CUlnea egg in- myestimation the best remedy for lame IICSS and wreness Is I Sloans I Liniment1r ILMGibbeof Lawrence RFD No 3writesYour KaasImeat Is the best that I hue ever I had a mare with an abscess on and one Soc bottle of Sloans Liniment entIrely cured her I keep It around aU sWapaDdSloans will kit LinimentI curb or reduce wind puffs swollen joints andIis a sure and remedy for fistula sweeney founder and thrush Price 60c and 100 IIIna Uok bee ettleheep- wd plarr a one free Dr Earl S Sloan BoItoB xape oLd I eo YEARS I EXPERIENCE Anion seeding Ihtebmad description may IIlIIekl ueertln our tree w ether an I JIttItabIILComlmlnlntl- onlaUletllIdenUaLdIANDBOOtt on Paunta- t tree Oldest tor patent i ryaWnooticciwltbooaICSui4lafire Scientific Jlm riCan sil 1JlraDcb OnoeC3 P eL Wed mIOn D c j i YOULL feelI I better forwork t play or rest if you I eat Quaker Oats j at least once a day 3 I A Good Painter with Poor Paint gets Poor Results A Poor Painter with Good Paint gets Better Results But a good painter with Jiallhlas eelcan produce results in every way satisfactory GREEN SEAL PAINT Killgo further wear longer look better and actually saiethconsuncr i 15 to25on a job of painting Y ron carats ny IvysFAUGHTDR LB BEAN Hartford Kytto t i J tJ c C Re festate1is For Sale t 72 acres of Rough River bottoms one half in high state of cwUTaUon rest welt timbered with White oak Beech Gum Mepel miles went of Hartford on public road Good fdwelling and out buIldings A awe house and tot sItuated In old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x16 feet house tour room cot 9- caUon tage a good nwe barn Desirable la 182 anus of upload known as the Perry Kirk raNJ located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres In aplcod4dstate of cultivation 82 acres timbered In- splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out buldlngs iota or good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDweU4ng and store house one acre of lot good out buildings at small mining town In Ohio county one tulle tram R U Station In center of fine farming country No competition In bulneses For full partIculars call on us 87 acres near Ooooord church 4tmiles cast or Hartford good dwelling rand out building orchard plenty of water 40 acres In Umber balance In good state of cultivation A tract of land on the SUlphur SprIngs and Hartford public rood one mile southwest of Sulphur SpriD8- containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres In cultivation splendid dwelling barn and outi building A good orchard end other convenIences attending t well kept farm A tract of land on Halls Creek one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres In Dos Roma two barns and dwelling Well kept and In good condition We dont own the property We are only agents for the owners and our purpose is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small YflI1rnlMlon No charge If no sale is effected LIst your properly with us or If you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants knowniOHIO COUNTY REALTY CO- I HARTFORD KY I McCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for style perfect it simplicity and reliability nearly 40 cars nearly and town In the United Stiles and Canada or by mail dIrect tor sold than any other mate Send for lice cataloguefMCCALLS MAGAZINE More subscrlbera than DnTolher fashion maplinemilllonr Lat millineryplaInetiquette good stories eta Only to cents a patternSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS tnAgents Postal brings premIum catalogue and new Cash prize offers Address Tag McCAlL CO m to 243 W 37th SI ttsir YORK Public SaletDUROC JERSEY SWINE AT Louisville Ky Nov 509 FIfty head consisting ot spring gUts and boars yearling sows and yearling boars and edboars Our herd won more premiums than any other at four State fairs A credit of 6 months will be given ion aU purchases over 2000 to parties furnishing bankable note Free enter tainment it WUlnrd Hotel Call on us for catalogue BARDWELL BARNARDMcHenry 14 CARRIES OUT PP- ARTY PLEDGE It Was a Protective Tariff that The People Voted for Last November The things which Mr Taft said In his speech In Winona about the Tariff are Just what ought to have been ex pectedDur ho said them with u little ijmore emphasis and decisiveness than had been looked for When he signed the bill he said that It did not suit him In every particular but he declared that It was the best bill which could be obtained from Congres and after therefore ought to be placed on the statue book At Winona he cited one or two Items to which he objected particularly some portions of the whole schedule but ho did not believe that the duties would In crease the prices of wollen clothes Dy the use of a table which had been prepared by the Ways and Means Com generaldirection was downward The decrease In the duties touch goods which In the previous year were Imported to the ex tent of 4674000000 while the In creases In duties affected Imports of more than four times the ex tent of tho expansions After looking at the measure calmly In the five weeks which have passed since its enactment Mr Taft declares that he believes It to be the best Tariff which the Republican party ever passed and therefore the best which the country has ever seen After all the uncertainty which the country had between the Republican promise of revision in June 1908 and the enactment of that revision in Au gust 1909 industry is entitled to a rest for a few years from further Tarlf alterations Let us give the new law a fair test before we think of making changes In it No test can be fair unless it extends through several years Business responded to the enact ment of the Payne law by making a long step forward and there has been a steady advance ever since If there were serious belief of further changes In the schedules In the session this year or In the session which ope I a year later the advance would be checked and that trade activity which i the country wgntsand which promises to apear before the end of 1909 would iI + postponedAs the new law may be said to carry out the pledge of the platform of 1908 It was a protective Thrift that the people by a plurality 3250000 voted for last November That is the sort of a Tariff which has been placed on the books It the people had wanted a Tariff without any protection In it they would have elected Mr Bryan and a Democratic House of Represenatlves Mr Bryan says his party will make the Tariff an Issue In the campaign of 1910 but he Is mistaken He him self may talk about it but as his party split on that question near the middle of Congress and there Is u feud upon It between Messrs Bailey and Bryan now with Messrs Stone Daniel McEnery and many other Dem ocrats supporting Bailey the Democ racy can make no fight In 1910 or 1912 on the Tariff unless It Is a tight In its own ranks The party un less It Is a fight lu Its own ranks The party unity to which small dif ferences of opinion must conform demands that the Republican line be kept Intact In tho campaign which is only a year ahead of us The country credit and prosperity depend on the election of a Republican House of Re publicans in 1910 Many live Issues aro before the country and the Repub Mean party Is the only organization which is capable of dealing with thos questions courageously and intelligent lySt Louis GlobeDemocrat take MENDENHALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria Abandoned Farms Of Interest to the farmers of Ohio county will be a report oh soil con ditions in the Eastern and Southern section which has Just been Issued by the Department of Agriculture M E Carr of the Bureau of Soils has I Just completed a survey of soils In this section and ho deals with the management of farms and the prob lems confronting farmers The district covered by this report comprises the eectjon through which f for twentyfive years there has been a steady decrease in the farm Po ula tion and a marked decrease in the value of the foam lands arid improve ments The report shows conclusively thatt t1 change are not due to any necessary deterioration1 in the j e 1- Y t cropprduciag power of the soils but has been brought about by changes in the economic conditions surround- Ing that section and principally by the steady drift of tho farming pup ulation toward the city employment and city pleasures It contracts sharply the deserted abandoned farms of each community with other farms frequently within sight which are well tilled well cared for and ard furnishing their owners not only a good rate of Interest on the capital Investment but also a good living and good wagee for the time expended In the cultivation of the land The report analyzes the agricultural conditions of the section and makes suggestions from the experience of practical successful farmers In meet Ing the conditions which have been thrust upon the agricultural hill country of Western New York Northern Pennsylvania and Northeastern Ohio The conditions and proper remedies are briefly summarized as follows The soils of the Volusln series are not worn out in any proper sense of the wordbut so far as the mineral matter of the soil Is concerned are abundantly supplied with the plant food elements for the production of good crops The difficulties encountered In crop production upon the Volus soils arise chiefly from lack of drain age poor physical condition and a depletion of organic matter The proper management and tilling of these soils require tile drainage drainage over considerable areas of tho more clayey soil types plowing to depths varying with the character of crop to be planted and the exlst ance or nonexistence of hard pan plo Ing only when both surface soil and subsoil are sufficiently dry to pre vent pudding the addition of organ ic matter In form of stable manure or green crops plowed under and the application of lime particularly on th Volusla silt loan prior to seeding dow to grass especially to clover The soils of the Volusla series are well suited to dairying stock raising and sheep raising which should be un dertaken both for the sake of profit and for the sake of the sollIrlsh potatoes can be advantageously pro duced no the Volusla silt loam and Volusla loam and constitute the best money crops to suppllment the animal Industry The socalled clover sickness through the region occupied by the Volusla soils is a problem and not a plant problem To secure good stand of rod clover on the soils of this series through drainage good mechanical preparation of the land the ap plication of stble mnure and the application of lime at the rate of about 2000 pounds to the acre are re quiredWhen corn cannot be grown for grain production at the highest eleva tions silage corn can be produced at all elevations on all types of the series Where grain can not be pro duced to advantage Canada field peas can be sown as a substitute Apple orcharding on a commercial scale is practicable on welldrained areas of the Voluala loam and Volusla stony loam and over a considerable portion of the Volusla silt loam In situations with favorable climate con ditions These soils constitute some of the cheapest farm lands now in the market In the Unledt States and their selling price In the majority of cases Is below their agricultural value MENDENHALLS CHILL TONICB- est for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Some Winnowed Thoughts Experience Is an excellent school master but he does charge such dread ful wages Carlyle Nothing is easy to the unwilling Gaelic Maxim Anger begins In folly and ends In repentancePythagorasThe the destiny of the next Chinese Proverb We can never be tho better for our religion If our neighbors be the worse for ItWilliam Penn No person will have occasion to complain df the want of time who never wastes any of it Thomas Jet fersonHuman beings are cast into this life as It were Into an alembic where after a previous existence which we have forgotten we are condemned to be remade renewed tempered by suffering by strife by passion by doubt by disease by death All these evils we endure for our good for our purification and to make us per fect From age to age from race to race we accomplish a tardy progress tardy but certain an advance of whc In spite of all the skeptics say the proofs are manifest George Sand Children Cry v F OR FLETCHERS y CASTO Rl 4If I c W SOCIALIST VIEW ON TRUST QUESTION What the Appeal toReason Thinks of the Tobacco Situation- in Kentucky This is rich The tobacco trust a criminal organization a convict felon has sued the tobacco raisers of Ketucky for 135000 damages alleging that the Burley Society Is a conspiracy In restraint of trade In that the trust was forced to buy to hence at 18 cents a pound when it was worth only 8c The Sherman anti trust law that was alleged to have been framed to prevent the organization of capitalist trustIs the club being used and doubtless the federal judges will grant the Judgment Why to arrest th tobacco trust for selling Its tobacco at 50c when It Is worth only 8c accord- Ing to Its own petition But the law does not work that way it works only against the useful member of society Why was the trust forced to buy the tobacco Who forced it Under what statutes was it compelled to pay more than It was worn It could have let the tobacco alcne a k gene out of business When tho work people de manded more bread for their toll and quit work rather than starve work Ing the law never helps them except to help them off the earth via the bullet route as In the Homestead and McKees riots Wonder if the tobacco raisers will ever get wise enough to elect men to run the State of Ketucky who will have the State erect the tobacco factories and man ufacture their products Into market shape If they do not then they de serve to have the continual squabbles with the trustand they will have them all right The Interests of the trust and he Interests of the tobacco raisers are diametrically opposed and never can be harmonized It means a warfare until one or the other is destroyed Which should prevail the interests of the hundreds of thous ands of tobacco farmres or the in terests of the small group of corpora toIon hand and the consuming public on the other It Is up to the men who have votes Until they are iutclll gent enough to use them they are going to be beaten Ignorance never did control Intelligenceand never will Appeal to Reason 0Only a little cold In the head maybe the beginning of an obstinate case of Nasal Catarrh Drive out the In vader with Elys Cream Balm applied straight to the Inflamed stuffed Up In airpassages Price COc If you prefer to use an atomizer ask for Liquid Cream Balm It has all good qualities of the solid form of this remedy and will rid you of catarrh or hay fever No cocaine to breed a dreadful habit No mercury to dry out the secretion Price 75c with spraying tube All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York A Useful Remedy Little Jamie aged three was play ing with hIs little friend Jack At the time Jamie chanced to have a rather heavy cold and was sneezing quite often Jacks mother heard him several times and sympathetically asked Why Jamie what a cold you have Doesnt your mother give you any thing for IU Yes maam Jamie very respectfully answered She gives me a clean handkerchief whereupon he produced the prescribed remedy Delineator I Womans Home Companion for November 1909 The city of PltUburg the life of an actress the franchise for women In Denver all these are most entertain ingly discussed in tho WOMANS HOME COMPANION for November Special Investigators who have gone to live In Plttsburg find who have had rare opportunities to observe Its social life say that Plttsburg may be likened to a huge pie with upper and lower crust aplenty but a noticeable lack of what tho good housewife real izes is the chief featurethe filling As for the stage the actress who tells her story here has found that twenty pounds of weight and a good digestion are but two of the things she paid for her experience- But women will no doubt still venture on the stageJust as women will still struggle for the ballot ln eplte of the fact that In DenVer according to an article by a Denver woman polit ician in this issue the muchprized privilege has humbled to dust In their hand8- TheEe women especially will be In tested In the story of a clubwoman who resigned abruptly from all clubs and will never go near them again Yes women will continue to venture and succeisfulIaswttnessthe ex perience of LllJancToddrtlioflrstwom 4h to build ani aerppiane who I tells h r itt rel her remarkable story in this months WOMANS HOME COMPANION A very different woman Is Queen Elena ideal mother whose story Is told by Kellogg Durland A new detective story by Anna Kath arihe Green In this issue begins well There are stories also by Kate Douglas rVMggln Alice Brown and many others And there Is another chapter of Ed ward Everitt Hales popular reminis cencesSo much for pure entertainment For practical use there are the sixteen regular departmenst Especially Interesting are the wo for mothers Fashions In furs an article on ham mard brass A ThreeThousandDol lar House are a few of the Interesting useful subjects covered Wont Slight a Good Friend If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Beals Me for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing Its excel lent results In my own family and others I am convinced It is hest medicine made for coughs Colds and lung trouble Everyone who tries It feels Just that way Relief Is felt at once and Its quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Homorrages 1111theand 100 Trial bottle free Gauran teed by all Druggists In Memory- Mrs J L Miller died July 19 1909 at the age of 35 years Dear darling Fannie how I miss you Yet know that God knew best When he called you from my bosom To that land or perfect rest While my heart and home are sad dened Your voice and footsteps Ill hear no more Yet I know that Heaven is sweeter With your presence for ever more You were such a darling wife to me You were the pride of my heart and home Twas so hard when the angel whispered Its enough dear Fannie so now come home Oh dear Fannie how I miss you Twas so hard to say good bye Yet I hope to greet you In that home beyond the sky A precious one from me has gone A voice I love Is still A place is vacant In my home Which never can be filledJ M Lived 152 Years Wm Parr Englands oldest man married the third time at 120 worked In the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should lie youthful at 80 James Wright of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young I feel Just pike a sixteenyearold boy he writes aftter taking six bottles of Electric Bitters For thirty years Kid ney trouble made life n burden but the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me I had found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly rundown or old people Try them COc at all Druggists Unfortunately Proclaimed While on active service a Frenct soldier was Informed by the mayor ol his village that his father had recently died In acknowledgment he wrote at follows Monsieur lo rantro I heart ily thank you for my fathers death It is a little accident that often hap pens In families As for myself 1 am In the hospital minus one leg with which I have the honor to salute you HEItDEHi ALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Another Use for Rcentgen Rays Roentgen rays arc used to examine Insulated cables every air bubble particle of foreign substance or Im perfection casting Its shadow on the screen This Is especially useful for ocean cables where faults would cause serious trouble after laying Protection for the Traveler For the Instruction of tourists about to visit Europe Persia and India a museum is to be established in Paris In which specimens of the counterfeit art works so largely sold to wealthy travelers In those countries are to be exhibited 1 Chliaren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Kills to Stop the Fiend The worst foe for 12 years of John Deye of Gladwin Mich was a running ulcer He paid doctors over 40000 without benefit Then Bucklen Arnica Salve killed tho ulcer land euro him Cures FeverSores Bolls Felons Eczema Salt Rheum Infailllblp for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Corns 25c ut all Druggist 1 fv r r 4 It Fireless Cooker Freesssssrmmmmmmsnsaa To Users of MOTHERS CEREALS ulieoe ew You may rest allafternoon if you have a Mothers Oats Free Fireless Cooker in the house supposeyoufallasleepwhen comes home and wakes you all you will have todo is to go to the Fireless Cooker and take out the per fectly cooked andj steaming hot dinner that will be all readv j boilover withcoupons iisei GREAT WESTERN CEREAL OPERATING MORE MILLS ANY OND concruN IPANYINEW HAVEN NEW PHILADELPHIA PITTSnURG ST LOUIS Gifts of Silverware Nothing more be offered than attractive silverware combining good taste with a endurance which assures lifelong Suchcharacteristics 1841 ROGERS BROS ware desirable gifts Today this securingthe absolutel j Silver Plate that Wears maybeandchaste Sold kading dealers everywhere Send- forutalogue CL showing all paeans MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO arer I Mtrioan b Fish to Fight Mosquitoes They are going to make fish do a large part of tho mosqulcoo fighting on the isthmus In tho future The Ca Commission has received a lot of mosquito killing fish front the Island of Barbados In the Indies and Is to begin a systematic planting of tho species within Canal Zone The fish Imvo been tillI temporarily In the tank In the Ancon of administration building arI The freedom of Bardados from ma laria has boiii attributed to the presence of theso fish in large numbers In the nnd lakes of the Island Tho fists are known commonly un mull lions and their scientific imme is plrardlnus poeclluldus They belong U n group us top minnows so called because they nlwVs feed near tho surface of the water They are never more titan an inch and a half long and they go scooting through the water most of their backs exjMJsed This enables them to pursue bugs over lily pads and other vegetation covered only by a thin mill of water They arent at all fastidious about their homo They will live in stagnant sluggish or run ning water and they arent whether It Is fresh or brackish Mosquito larvae are the food these millions hanker forand when they cant a nice little broiler mosquito they will fasten on an old tough one in to common food like water bugs They have to catch the old mosquitoes on the fly though and their real usefulness is based chiefly on their destruction of the Once planted in a stream they mul tiply with great rapidity They young I are born alive not hatched from ani egg Tho minnows ascend streamsI against a swift Current and the smallest rivulets the big streamThere are already some mosquito rating fish In Panama but the introduction of mlllons is going 1 I V Nothing can burn or thats put in the Oats Fireless Cooker It cooks everything and several things at once You should have one Given free found in- Mother1 Oat regular and family Mother Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Wheat Heart the cream of the wheat Mother Hominy Grit Mother Corn Flake touted Mother Coarse Pearl Hominy Sjv Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Oatmeal Mother Old Fashioned Graham Flour r acceptable quality service rrmRrl Ask your keep N write us us yours a OATMEAL THAN OTHER AKRON BOSTON YORK can of make most for simple md GaConn nal West going the stream known with get larvae from waters crocer doesnt Cereals giving his name and andwe will send you free ALBANY to be a great to tho schools of Of course while the millions surely will be bad medi- cIne for tho they wont be nble to touch tho the really select that breed in exclusive places like cistern calms Barrels and old tomato cuns Post QUICKS IfheI usefu- lsouvenir THE XS TRIPLE renowned particular preference Mothers reenforcement destroyers anopheles mosquitoes stegomyia uiosimltoo Washing LIVERBLOOD PillS Will cleanse your liver and purify your blood and make you feel like a new men Stearn Reality- I dreamed last night that beginning with 100 1 pyruilded my bets on the stock market BO that In a little while I list 2000000000 Mill cue of the artist colony youtwrdny A crowd of people came to ma and besought me to cease speculating They pointed out that 1 list moro money than I could over spend and that if I kept on I would own all the money in the world I replied that I wanted 1000000000 more for my own use and that I proposed with tile 2000000000 I already had to estab lish a great institution where all the artists and writers and sculptors might work tree from pecuniary annoyances and raise the standard of beauty in all the arts throughout the world The last man who came to beg me to stop making money was my attorney I turned a deaf ear to his entreaties and finally he sternly demanded of me the 250 that I had borrowed Iron him last week Then I woke up Smashes all Records- As an allround laxative tonic and healthbuilder no other pills can compare with Dr KI sNowJJfo Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood Constl11Jatlon dice Headache Chills and Malaria Try them 250 at all Druggist yp Hartford Republican laird aeeordlig to tsw t tie Podoce- BanIer41I7 a all natter or tbioeta Co M BARNETT EDITOR z r rsoxsacs Cnmbsx40atough m7 s a aa FRIDAY NOV IDER 5 Even Dulter county got shaky Who said Judge Wedding would be defeated McHenry and North ROCkport pre dncts also did their duty nobly We presume that 500 check tender ed by Dr Druner was not covered Now let every one bend his ever glen towards the upbulldlng of Ohl county Louisville will get more than Enough of John Whalen before th end of four years East Hartford prlnct Is the banner Republican prlnct In Ohio coun ty according to returns from TUes- days electionIChristian and Mulenburg counties seem to have deserted the Republican party However we hope It Is only temporary Grayson coonty Republicans can carry their county to State and National elections but that Is about aU which can be said for them It has always been claimed tha a bright day IndIcated Democratic Ic tory but that old saying did not prove true In Ohio county TUesday The people did not generally un derstand the proposed Constitutional amendment Many thought that it they voted for It they were voting additIon- al taxes Ohio county has no one on the list of pie eaters under the present Re publican State adminIstration but she always sends a Republican Representative to Frankfort The apolnt ments are reserved for those counties which cannot elect Republican county officers The election last Tuesday passed off quietly In Ohio County and the predictions made by this paper In its last Issue were fully vertlfied In almost every particular The campaign was dull and lIfeleSlS from the very beginning and because ot some early dissatisfaction or sore ness resulting from the Republican primary which was always magnified the Democrats thought they had a chance to overcome the Republican majority and elect at least part of their ticket In tlll they were disap- lrofnted i as the county has shown It I self resolved to stand true to the Republican principles This Is excecd- ingly gratifying to the Republican leaders as well as the rank and file In Ohio county especially In view of the fact that In nearly every In stance Republicans fell down In the surrounding counties Groat credit IsI due every member of the Republican ticket for the splendid personAl Work done during the campaign and the campaign committee and the organization generally throughout the countyTryingto Make a Swap r Iorrlllandfrom the preachments of Albert Gul latine and Roger Q Mille The Pres I ident recomends free raw materials That means Tariff for revenue onlIswift and sure on the finished uct The Senator demands taxed raw materials That means pcronnial pro tEctive duties on the finished product That Is why Senator AldrIch was I Demojcratlcas r Southern raw materials ns he WIIS for Protection for New England finish od products Are the two parties on Jockey street trying to make n swap It looks thatwayWashlngton Post Must Have RawCotton According to trustworthy statistics tor the year endIng sib August the Worlds consumption of cotton was IG- ti67400 bales an Increase of 17 8200 hales over the year 19067 ot that quantity the United States suplled 12 98300 baleswhlch shows how absurd Is the talk In France and Germany about excluding all American prdouctl- Dotb countries get nearly all their raw cotton and many other raw prod acts from the United States and they could not exclude them without great loss to their own peopleand then they would have to buy cotton goods and other raw material manufactured prod Item competing nations It either country undertakes to force Ii Tariff war because the UnIted States at last demands to be treated as well as I k Y 0 J other sattoae this eoustryean await results xitla eII1Wll91lty Buttttere Js not the Ugkt ProBabulh that UY country will precipitate Tariff hostel ties Enforcing the Law Defrauding the reveaueby bribing serious statutory crIme but there are many who do not realize that the toss to the revenue Sa the smallest part of the Injury Inflicted Its effectlsto give the thief such advantage over honest men as to tend to drive honest men out ot business and place aU the Importing business In the hands or swindlers Under a Protective Tariff the dutieS paid are no unimportant part of the cost of the Imported commodity and the Importer who habitually evades great part or the duty can not only undersell competing Importers but cat make It Impossible for domestic goods of the same character to compete madeoIn the new Tariff act have had for their object the prevention of frauds In the revenuo and to the Injury of honest oompetitlonand so tar as there Is lnciease In Tariff rates It will be largely In the actual collection or the duties Intended to be Imposed by the DIngley act Most of the fraud said just now to be brought to light are cases In which the duty like that lion sugar Is Imposed on weight Oh- viously the raw way of bribing the Customhouse weighers Is the easy way to evade duties but It Is also more essay detected when suspicion Is aroused From the statements made It would seem that the majority of the weighers of the New York Customhouse must have been In receipt FranciscotChronicle Shoes Higher Spite of Free Hides The New York TImes prints and the Davenport Democrat reprints an article on the Increased price of shoe and leather goods The article says that a great many people are wonder Ing that with the duty on hides removed In the new Tariff the price of prepared leather Is advancing instead of falling The article then pro coeds to say that the Tariff has noth Ing to do wltah the matter that It Is solely one of supply and detnarrl and at the present time the demand exceeds the suply I The truth that has thus been re vealed In the case of leather and shoo was often pointed out by those who were opposed to the removal Qf the duty Their predictions that the cost of shoes would not be lowered Is coming true and It Is coming true much sooner than they had expected The shoe manufacturers who lobbied that reform through Congress persistently promised the people cheaper shoes but Instead of cheaper shoes we are to have higher shoes In the meantime the Government Js losIng much revenUe by the removal of the duty The country wad simply buncoed on thIs free hide question But It Is- worth something as an answer to I those who are insisting that the higher- prices we meet with In so many dl nelsons are due to the Tariff Here we have hides absolutely free the competition of the world Is ours and yet prices In this particular line are going up not coming downCedar RapIds Republican I ROCKPORT Rockport Ky Nov 3Rockport has elected an able set of town of flclals Judge L Reid the peopleS choice received a landslide and E T WillIams was elected city Marshall hy a handsome mayority An excellent sot of town trustees was elected and the Republican Candidates for county oWes nil relayed majorities Miss Oma Maddox a popular young lady of Smallhous has accepted a position In the Rockport postWce- as assistant clerk Miss Maddox Is well known In this city where she has many friends The election passed off without any serious trouble here There was evldenceot much booze and a good many drunken men were In evidence The Boswell Hotel on main stree t was attacked by unknown parties late Saturday night and badly wrecked Teo or three of the large plate wIn dows were demolished by thrown by the night prowlers muc dal age being done The building owned by the Rockport Deposit Ban and Is run by Mfrs Mattie Boswell There Is much bad felling existing between the hotel and the citizens of Rockport and It Is feared that more trouble will result The names of 52 young men and toys have been secured ty the hotel people and warrants will be sworn out More trou ble Is feared Noti eIOn account of the rain the dedication of the new Methodist church at Rosine was postponed from Oct 10th to Sunday Nov 14th Dinner will be Served on the ground Everybody Is Invited to come U LABOR LEADERS 1 f LOSE APPEAL Win Try Higher Courtfo Relief Gompers MitcbeU and Morrison May be Compelled to Serve Jail Sentences Washington D 2 Nov 2In an opinion sweeping In Its terms the court of appeals or the District or Columbia today affirmed the judgmen of JustIce Wright of the Supreme court ofWe District of Columbia In Imposing Jail sentences on President Gompers Vice President Mitchell and Secretary Morrison of the American Federation of Labor for contempt of court In violating the Injunction In th Ducks stove and range case These sentences ti ere Gompers one year Mitchell nine moths Morrison six months The opinion was rendered by AS soclate Justice Vanarsdel and con curred In by Justice Robb Chief Justice Shepard dIssented The case decided today grew out of the action of the Federation or Labor In placing the Ducks Stove and Range company of st Louis on the we do not patronize list In the monthly official organ of the federation follow lag the failure to adjust the dispute between the Metal polishers union 1907 and the Bucks company In March I Justice Van Arsdel1 emphatically states his belief that the acts charged were committed by the defendants for the express purpose of qualifying the I order of the court In the belief that they were technically avoiding the charge of contempt He carefully avoids any references to the plea of I the labor leaders that convictions of contempt In the case constitutedan abridgement of their constittutional- right of free speech and a tree press RENDERINov 2Dan Deaver Dam and H T Vance of EUzabethtown were here last Wednesday Miss Fanny Fisher went to Beaver Dam last H John WednesdayI Taylor of Beaver Dam were here last Thursday Born to the wife of A S Taylor a boy Friday W J Thomas of Beaver Dam wes- here Friday Monroe Baize went to Beaver Dam Saturday Berry Hardin spent Sunday at Dean fieldFinley ammo of Rosine and chas Reneer of Centertown were here Sun day The Youngsters had quiet atime here Halloween night playing their usual pranksClaud Meyers went to Owensboro yesterday George Edwards went to Rosine today Ed Maddox has moved from Orahar to this place Old Render Is getting filled up again Mrs Jennie Roll Is visiting In Clen ton and Central City at this writing Notice 3eHenry Ky Nov 1 1909 The Industrial CoOperative Asso Novembertut Independence schoolhoulle The time of meeting Is 1 oclock Po m As this Is the regular quarterly neet ling nil members should bo present Those people who have promised to join said association should not for get this chance l T J PHELPS Pres SMALLHOUS Mr Owen lfunter I1artforlwas a guest of his parents Sunday and attended church at SnuaNhous Mrs Mary Kelesling whobas been visiting relatives here for sevens days left Sunday for her home at Eldon 3q She waSllCCompanled tar Hunterwhoh rclatlvestorkMrs P L Wood and daughters Eth el and Amy were guests of Miss May Hunter and Irs o W IPverhults Saturday night and Sunday Mr Worth Fulkerson is very ill of typhoid fever Mise Athel Wlthrow of ullelburg county ls the guest of her grandtrpoth per Mrs Lizzle Wlthrow Mr and Mrs J Johns Nelson creek were liUests of their daughter Mrs Fred Boone Sunday Mr Jim Calloway Centertow Is the guest of Mr Alva Callotvavti Sirs Sarah Greer has + Jo fMrI 1t 4 JiIt 7 was Is osr widet Satar4ay Ilikt as- Ssaday d Mrs Btrdie Nicholls aid Mrs South Carrolltoa attended the p traded eet BgSuaclAy Mr Guy Bernard Beaver Dam w- In s ur midst Saturday night and day SuriI Yrs S T Hawkins and Son were guests of her sister Mrs zach Reid Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs L D Overhultlswero In our midst Saturday night and Sun day the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Will Bullock and Miss Ma HunterMr W Overhulls and Miss ag- gle Hunter went to Madlsonville ro Mrs Emma Nlch ll while there 3Iss Oma Maddox has returned from Paducah where she attended the Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star Notice- The County Union A S of E or Ohio county Is hereby called to meet at Hartford next Monday November- S at 10 n m to consider prices on the 1903 crop of tobacco made b1 the pricing commIttee of the Home Warehouse Company and Green River- Tobacco Association All poolers e tobacco are represented to be present at this meeting SILAS STEVENS President HERBERT Nov 2 Mr Forrest Chambers o Oakton Ky and Miss Mabel Biller- of this place were married at panther Creek church this morning after which they left for their home In Hickman Ky Mr Arthur Durdett and Br Olive- Hoover came home from Bowling Green to vote Br and Mrs John L Graham of Madisonville attended the Chambers Miller Wedding bliss Stable Drown of Webber visit ed 31 Iss 3lattle Barnett Monday nigh- and Tuesday Mrs Wave Bartlett Wlnterv11le Is visiting her father D A 31111c- r3liss Mable Brown le8srs Robt Stewart and Barney Gardner dined at R 31 Millers Tuesday I Result of the Election of Magistrates and Constables in Ohio The Republicans elected six of the eight 311glstrates In the election held In Ohio county last TUesday They merely lost but one district as they had no candidates In the Bartletts Magisterial district The result by districts Is as follows- HARTFORD DISTRICT For MagistrateB S Chamberlin Rep received 530 votes E P Dar nett Dem reeehed 3SG votes Cham berllns maJority 154 For ConstableDudley DanlelRep- reeehed 507 votes J W FosterDeDl- reeehed 401 votes Danlels major Ity 106 BEAVER DAM DISTRICT For Magistrate0 E Scott Rep re celved 42G votes John Shultz Dem received 390 votes ScoUs majority 36 For ConstableJ n Dennis Rep received 420 votes S O Fogle Dem reeehed II1 votes Dennis majority 29 ROCKPORT DISTRICT For MagistrateJ H Mules Rep re coived 3i9 votes C G Taylor Dem received 294 votes Mlles majority 85 For ConstableHenry Cummins Dem No opposition CENTERTOWN DISTRICT For MaglstrateJ C Jackson Rep received 311 votes totes W E Cal loway Dem receIved 300 votes Jack sons majority lL For ConstableJ D DI50P Rep received 297 votes S 31 Dexter Dem received 298 totes Dexters majority 1 ROSINE DISTRICT For MagistrateMack Cook Rep received 400 votes P L Alford Dem received 280 Cooks majority 120 For ConstableEllis Baize Rep received 403 votes J W Miller Dem received 2iG votes Dalzes maJ- ority 131 SULPHUR SPRINGS DISTRICT For MagistrateJ M Graam Rep receIved 306 votes Tom Sanders Dem received 354 votes Sanders majority 52 For ConstableH C Acton Rep re celved 318 votes L C Crawford Dem received 347 Crawfords majority 52 JrORDSVILLE DISTRICT For MaglstratcC V Jules Rep received 320 votes T A Evans Dent received 208 votes Miles majority 112 For ConstableN R Balze Dem nt opposition BARTLETTS DISTRICTS For aglstrateJ 1 patton Dem no oppOsitIon received 430 For ConstableJ B Evans Dem for Constable no opposition received 423 votes Honor RoT Tile following pupils or Oak Grove school are on the honor roll ror per fect attendance of month just passed Lela Ranney Isabelle Ranney Pauline Johnson Eva Davis Hobart DayiB Bessie and Golda Bmlth O1goSmlth Vera Smith Leslie Smith If nry Crab Arthur Crabb Goebe1Dra e EARL SMITH Teacher MIS KISSINGER roCOMMITS SUICIDE Left Note Indicating Unhap rpy Married Life as the Caress GrowIng tired ot the trials of ills EthelyKIsSinger the wife ot Roy Kissinger of the Vhltesv11le neighborhood committed suicide Sunday evenlnt bY swallowing a quanityof strychnine Before taking her life with her bare hands Mrs Xlsslnger 1eft a note setting forth why she ommltted the deed and lnitruetlons as to what dis position to make ot her bOdy While In the sitting room of the Kissinger home on the farm or w D Wells ivhere Kissinger was a tenant just a few minutes before taking her Ute Mira KIsslnger seemed to be In the best of spirits and was talk topicsfkitchen to prepare supper and had almost completed prepertions for the servIng of the meal when she left the house and went out Into the yard Shefleft the house without being no and would probably have died In the open air without anyone knowing It but for a small boy who was visiting at the Kissinger home The young andrstarted to the house when he the prostrate form of Mrs Kissinger lying under a tree near the kitchen door He Immediately spread the alarm and the occupants of the house rushed to the sIde ot the woman thetwoman had taken poison some ot tll members or th efamlly summoned Dr Carter of Whltesvl11e but upon his arrlvalshe was dead Mrs Kissinger was married to Roy KissInger about tour months ago She was before her marriage Miss Ethel Teal the daughter of J Y Teal de ceased and was raIsed In Whitesvl11e She was only 20 years of age Before her marriage she was very pop ular with the young peopl and un til recently her married life was thought to be a hapy one She was a hard working young woman and aided her husbbnd ma terlally In the work In the field and never showed signs of despondency only to a few relatives The following not wa found on the young womans person which shows that the suicide was premedi tated and due preparations had been made by her- Whitesvilie Ky Oct 31 1909 Dear Friends I did this because I cant sea any peace here for Roy 1V- ecant live together so I will go to peace or torment and some of my kinfolks will know the rest of my trouble When you find this please send for EWe and Anna I bid you farewell I want to make peace I have nothing against anyone on earth I have nothing against my husband and I want everyone to know It ETHEL KISSINGER P S Please send this to EWe when It has been found I want to be placed my fathers lot In the- Whftesv111e cemetery Coroner Allen of Ohio counts was summoned and held an inquest over the body The cproners jury return ed a verdict to the effect that the de ceased came to her death by voluntarily taking strychnine Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and mutts All Work guaranteed Prices reaSOn able Hartford Pressing Club BALD KNOB Nov 3 Mr L D Taylor Is some better at this writing There will be singing at this place the second Sunday night EverYbOdy Invited to attend Mr A E Sandefur and family vis- Ited Mr E P Sandefur and family Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Willie Wilson and children and Mrs Flener of Cromwell Mrs Bertha le1ch and children Miss Beanie TorrenceMessrs ROSCoe and Elmer Fanbry of this place visited air J H Torreneo atullay night and Sunday I Mr Leslie Sandefur ot this place r STOPS FAWNG HAIR II DESTROYS TRIED REMEDf- FOR 1jrJTHE GRIP I visited his uncle Mr James Sandefur and family near Horton Sunday Miss Edna Leach or McHenry visit ed her parents Mr and Mrs R PuLeach Sunday Misses Harriet Commie and MaeISandefur were the guests of MIssesJ J Rhoda and Cora Torrence TUesday r Mr and Mrs John Leach of Manda visited their son Mr Dudley Leach SundayMr H TQrrence Is ono the sick list at this writing Mrs Pastel Embry and little son Alton returned home TUesday after a visit to her parents at Onion Rev J H Embry and Mr L T Davis of this place attended meeting at Williams Mines Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Mary Stewart and daughter Annie of Horton visited her sisterI lMrs Annie Torrence Monday and TuesdayMr Leach is on the sick list Mr Jesse Torrence ot Horton visited his parents Tuesday Misses Iva Taylor Dalara Leach ant Floy Taylor Messrs Mtlon Williams Thurman Ragland and Cleveland Rain attended singing at this place Sunday night Mr A E Sandetur has moved to Plncheco In Loving Rememberance a Lela Genevle Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Stewart was born i A September 28th and died Oct 19th 1909 Weep not dear parents as those 4Q who have no hope Let us live In that way that we may meet her In that lane of flowers where parting Is no more Her little me Is ended Her work on earth Is done In Jesuss arms she 1F restIng Until the resurrectIon morn Grandmother For Rent The homestead residence of the late Gross B Williams situated on Wash Ington and Liberty streets For futher particulars call on or address MRS GROSS WILLIAMS HARTFORD KY Program Of Sunday School Convention Cen 1 tertown District to be held at Con tertown M Echurch Sunday Nov ember the 14th nt 1oclock po m Devotional 110 Geting by District Presi dent Introduction of County PreSi dentC C Justus 130 Our Greatest Needs0MBishop 140 The Adult Bible ClassH- H Davis HoldAttendanceE inSundayM Davis TeachgrdC VisitationsC i SundayMasOn SecretaryTreasurer 310 Adjournment t Local officers will arrnngomusicI Jeelend that a good Uendaneo wU dead to a profitable meeting IL Ayeras Hair Vigor 1 It DANDRUff ifMAKESIngredients GohwGtyraG- rb sodtumddoiilAkokaf t4 hereAskDoes HaIrJae r ri i JY Cb0tng Advice0 We have always been recognized as CLOTHING HEADQUARTERS From season to season we strive to improve the line To say that our Fall Suits and Overcoats excell anything here tofore shown is putting it mildly We want to show you a stock superior in STYLE and WORK MANSHIP to anything you have ever looked at One entire house devoted exclusively to the needs of Mens Wearing Apparel Call and see us I iR46w Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5 IlljnolsCentralRallroadTimeTable At Beaver Dam KY North Bntiiul Month Ilonnd- No 152 due 405 n ra No 121due1133arn- No TMaeU20 pm No 111 due 24S pm Ho 102 da 148 pm No tit due 845 p m Dr J T Hardln Dr H Jllell Hardin a Bell DentistsOff- ice upstairs in Republican build ing Hartford Ky We employ all the latest methods in Dentistry All work done as nearly painless as can be done today We make a specialty of teeth without plate We do painless extracting either with a local or general anesthetic We Invllo you to give us a trial as a pleased patient Is our best advertisement All work guaranteed Consultation and exatnljii tipn Free Phone 2i8 ay 4ri I W H Moore caSonwill pay cash for hides andrfurs r v Take your butter and eggs to Moore Sons meat market fl MrW M Wood udIII ln CIn clnnatl on legal business Try the new City Restaurant for a good square niea1- wARBUCKLEriM CO PROPS v 6 For first c groceries see Hart iJordvarojery Company In A D White g Mr W H Griffin Is quite ill at 41118 home on Main street with rheu 4 rjnatlo troubles I Mr J G Halliburton returned last Saturday from a business trfp to mnoxTUh Tens MAST A big spotted setter Anyone fr afalrigthe dog to Alilson Barne t HutlordKYi will be rewarded I 1 f me your eggs 20c per doz IDring NOAH WHITE Seventeen pounds best Granulated Sugar 100 NOAH WHITE Mrs JameR P Thomas and daugh ter are the guests of Mr E P Thom as Uncle Louts Gunther Is confined to his home on Center street by illness incident to old age Mrs E A Smith Red Bay Ala is the guest of her mother Mrs W T Ashby near Rockport For a mealor lunch go to the City Restaurant You will be plea ed with the attention and prices Mr and Mrs Roy Forrester of Earllnglon Ky were tho guests of Mr Forresters parents this week Everything In season that Is good to cat will be found at the City Res taurant undre the new management W E Ellis at the Hartford Mill Cos planing mill will pay the high est cash prices for eggs and all kinds of poultry Mr William Gillespie of Jower Un ion street who has been seriously ill of typhoid flux is thought to bo somewhat Improved Mr Tames P Thomas cashier in the Surveyors office of Louisville made a flying trip home Monday re turning Tuesday evening Regular services will be held at tho Methodist Church Sunday morning and night by Rev Elgin Every body Invited to attend Mr and Mrs John W Taylor were called to her old home near Birds eye mud yesterday by telegram stating that her sister was serious ly Ill DULL DOG PUPPIES FOR SALE Make Ideal home or farm dogs Heal thy vigorous excellent strains Prices reasonable within reach of all Glad to answer Inquiries Payne Langley McHeIiryJy Mr JG Halliburton the contrac tor is at work with alnrge force of Wen latnHa fine new concrete pave ment in front of the Nail Griffin Fogleaud Her properties east side of them public squire The series of meetings which are beljig conducted by Eld Buckner of Owensboro at the Christian Church will close tonight Eld Buckner has preached some plain practical sermons during his stay In Hartford which hnY been appreciated by tiosewh- oheid tf mr and they lave resulted in tWelYeaddltlonsxto the church Mr Gregory Wedding who has been visiting his father Judge R R Wed ding for several days left yesterday for Louisville Mr and Mrs J M Brown near Rochester ate visiting their daught ers MeSdameS L T Barnard and W B Taylor City Mrs Richmond and Miss Lucy King who have been visiting their sister Mrs Eliza J Hudson returned home Saturday accompanied by Mr Estl Tlchenor her soninlaw Mr John M Barrass Herrin 111 who has been visiting relatives in Hartford left yesterday for Central City where he will visit his Aunt be fore returning homo Ho gave this office an appreciated call before leaving For fresh crop sour pickles In bar rel kraut Herring Navy Kidney and butter beans prepared buckwheat flour sun dried and evaporated peaches Family groceries Mackerel lard fresh and cured meats call at W H MOORE SONS Meat MarketI It is now pretty well settled that the L N Railroad Company will operate the new line Instead of time L H St L Company The bal lasting crew has reached a point about a mile this side of Centertown and work is progressing well on the new depot and Section houses Last Friday night tho boys of Hart ford celebrated Halloween In the usu al way by wiring gates and tearing up bridges on the various sidewalks and by numerous other pranks It Is all right for the boys to have their fun but at times they forget them selves In their enthusiasm and de stroy property as they did In sev eral Instances on this occasion The tearing out bridges and stringing wires across the side walks should be stopped If a fire had occurred In town last Saturday morning af ter the street lights were out many of our citizen would doubtless have been crippled or maimed In the run to the fire which they always so gal lantly make with no thought for per sonal sacrifice whenever time fire alarm is given and hundreds of men would have been thrown into these open places where bridges had been removed or would have fallen over wires and it would have been a aura cle if a number had not been killed Boys you should think of this for It might be your own home to which these people would be hurry lug to save from the flame- sMurphyActon Mr Porter Murphy of Cone New Mexico and Miss Cllffa Acton wore quietly married at the home of Rev Hugh OSulIlvan at Whltesvlile Wed nesday Oct 27th 190J At twelve oclockOnly the brother and sisterIn law of the bride Mr and Mrs Acton wit nessed the wedding On returning to the home of the bride qute a number of friends greeted the young coulpe and after many congratulations an elaborate supper was served The dining room being beautifully deco rated with chrysanthemums and ever greensThe bride was tastefully attired In a costume of London smoke The groom wore a handsome suit of black The groom is the youngest son of Mr and Mrs Taylor Murphy and is a prominent young man Tho bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs S S Acton and is one of tho charming young ladles of Ohio co After a short stay with friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Murphy will leave for their home In New Mexico Their friends are numbered by their acquaintances all of whom wish them a life full of haplness and joy C C Wedding Married Mr C C Wedding of Indianap olis Ind and Miss Eva Vandetta CurUs were married at the home of of the brides cousin Charles TIndall In Shelbyvllle Ky the 25th day of last May The marriage was kept secret until a few days ago only a few friends being present at the wed ding Mr Wedding Is a son of Coun ty Judgeselect R R Wedding and was born and raised IB Ohio county He is now a properous broker with an in the Board of Trade Building at Indianapolis The bride is a beautiful young lady of culture and refine ment They have Just returned home In Indianapolis after an extended tour In the east The many friends of Mr Wedding In Ohio County wish him abundance of success as a benedict fAmong the Lodges The local Maccabee Lodge gave a banquet last night at the Lodge Hall which was largely attended 130 plates being laid The occasion was the In itiation of a class by the lodge Hartford Lodge No C75 F 011 A M held Its regular meeting last Mon day night and conferred the second Degree on one candidate The lodge also heard ttid report from the Grand Lodge representative 1 f Fit PEgflY RECORDS INSUFFICIENT to I Prove That he Reached the North Pole Committee Calls on Commander For all His Proofs and In struments Washington D C Oct 31The committee appointed by the National Geographical Society to PUSH upon the claim of Commander Robert E Peary that ho reached the north poleconsld furnlShelllliS In his possession Peary has notifi ed the committee that ho will comply with Its request and the complete data with the Instruments arc look ed for In a day or two It is possi ble Peary will bring them himself The Investigation Committee of the Geographic Society consisting of Hea- ly Gannett chief of the geographical division of the Geological Survey Rear Admiral C F Chester of time navy and Otto P Tlttman Superin tendent of tho Coast and Geodetic Sur vey was appointed several weeks ago to examine time claims of both Com mander Peary and Dr Cook us to their respective discoveries of the pole and It was announced soon af terward that Peary had placed In its hands the proof of his exploit How ever when Mr Gannett and AdmiralI Chester looked It over It Incomplete Instead of the apple pie order and scientific accuracy al ways claimed for Peary by his ardent friends the committee were not able to tell whether the explorer had been further north than Etah On account of the insufficiency of the records submlttedCbairman Gan- nett did not see fit to call a meeting of the entire committee Mr Tlttman has not oven had a glance at the rec ords which Peary sent Chairman Gannett and Admiral Chester refused today to make any comments on the call that has been sent to tho explorer Mr Gannett denied that he had sent for Peary Time records alone are all the committee needs providing those rec ords are accurately and scientifically kept For Sale Barber outfit located at Center town Ky Apply to- E M navis- Centertown KYj KeownElgin Time marriage of Miss Mary Gilmore leon to Mr Virgil Clayton Elgin was Impressively solomnlzed wednes- day afternoon at 130 at the homo of the brides parents Rev Virgil Elgin father of the groom and pastor of the- M E Church South officiated Only the relatives and a very few Intimate friends were present to wit ness the ceremony Immediately after the ceremony and congratulations the young couple departed for Beaver Dam where they left for a short trip to Hopkinsville and Christian coun ty and will be at homo to their friends in Hartford on their return The bride tho oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs C P Keown Is ono of our first ladles being a graduate of Hartford College and one of the bout music Instructors In the county and is quiet attractive and popular The groom Is the w+ n of Rrv nnd Mrs Virgil Elgin nn IH a younj min of excellent burlness qualities stands high socially and the marriage is decldely a happy affair The many friends of tho young couple extend congratulations and wish them a full share of happiness in life I For Sale Cheap Goon grist mill consisting of ten horse power portable engine 18 Inch French rock vertlcle burhs and em ory stone 300 cash takes the outfit 14ti J W Cheek Askln Ky GUNS GUNSI Hove Jltiat Received n Largo Line Of Shut Guns Rifles Target Guns AMMMUNITION SHELLS ETC And respectfullyasks you to call and see the largest and best line of Shot Guns ever in Hartford Prices the lowest U S CARSON Groceryman HARTFORD KY c RS j X achievementthe MetropolitanTowcr building in the world plaqneditthan 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 of CROSSETT tenants He plan ned for the wear and tear of c ssETT SHOE IMAKES LIFES WALK EASY years We plan for the and tear of many months 4 to everywhere wearILEWIS A CROSSETT Inc North AbinCton t Shoes That Wear 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 Depertcl ort Barnard L Co HARTFORD KY II CHOICE TOGGERY I As Mens CompleteOutfitters I We Come to You With the Choicest I Selection of Men and Boys Underwear Shirts Neckties Collars Hose and Half Hose Every garment is the product of the best makers and the variety of prices makes it possible for anyone to make a satisfactory selection garment50cMens Shirts 50c 1 150 Mens Neckwear 25c 50c 1 Mens Half Hose lOc 15c 25c and 50c Come now while all lines are full and complete and make your choice forth season E P Barnes Bros BEAVER DAM KY I r A BIT OF SLANG OrinII Makin a Nol Like This r or That Captain Henry 0 Lyon U s A- waitheI innoe nt cause of the slang Txpieasfon about making a noise like this or that At Peekskill in l00G he gave Instruction to officers of the New York national guard doing duty In that tour of gawp The first day he formed the olncers Into class lu the big mess hall which was open at the sides so that nil that went on Inside was seen 1nnd heard by the enlisted men pass lag back and rtb In teaching the omcers how to give the commands Cap tamn Lyon Impressed upon the class f the necessity of clear enunciation and ot making commands like an omcer saying arms not amps etc The privates capacity for turning things to their own amusement was shown a few minutes after that first class was dismissed for officers going through their company streets heard privates In front of a group ot men shouting out bloke n noise like an omcerl whereupon the entire class would roar Umpst A reporter sent an account to n New York paper and from this grew expressions such as Make a noise like a hoop and roll- away ctc- nowever It Is seldom one hears the word arms or march the voice finding It much easier to slur the word till It may mean anything and as the preparatory command indicates what Sec to be done the command following Is merely a signal for the execution ot what has already been specified Army and Nay JournaL LEGAL ADVICE The Lawyers Duty In Giving Counsel to His Client In the realm ot advice a lawyer may choose between counseling his client how to uphold the rights s cured to hIm by the justice of his cause or how to obtain benefits from the application of technicalities and the use of the weaknesses of the particular statute or precedents under consideration whereby ho may attain advantages In consistent with fair play between man and man Every time n lawyer encourages such an application of the law ns resulting in Injustice casts disrepute upon the law or Its administration he Is plainly promoting discord either In the present or the future a Every time n lawyer counsels controversy for the establishment of a right as recognized by existing law or for the promulgation ot new law beneficial to the majority ot society he Is exercising his true function and the charge which he lays upon his In dlvldual client and through him upon r industry and progress In the mass It reasonable In amount Is well earned and should be cheerfully paid IIWhen however a lawyer gives the of advice the expense perhaps cheerfully borne by the client who profits personally therefrom must be finally laid upon society as n whole which Is thereby paying far Its own 1 injury and naturally resents the chargeDonald IL IUcbberg In Atlantic Sitting on the Snake Wblle In Paris last summer another girl and 1 went out to Versailles one afternoon sold a schoolteacher It was dusk when we reached the railway station and as there was no wlllting room we Silt down on two crates that were out on the platform among a lot ot others We noticed that the station employees kept staring nt us with a persistence that was annoying Presently n man In u shabby uniform with a bucket on his arm approached us lie touched his cap deferentially and said In French ot course Mesdames pray do not let me dis turb you but 1 am forced to open the buxes on which you are seated In order to feed the boa constrictor and oth er serpents that ure within WIIIIi we recovered from our fright we found we had been seated in the midst of a bugs collectlott ot snakes that had Just orrlntl from their native I jungles en route for too zoo uear er- lI1U1esgxchanse Letter Perfect and Looked the PartI An nmawnr tlllatrlcol clmpany was recently arranging for the performllllce of D play which contained n rich variety of characters says London Sketch Owing to this fact little pro Tess was made with the cast n few members of the company making a- f dead set ot principal positions while minor characters wore going nbeslnOno rather vacuous looking youth made himself particularly obstructive and brought down the wrath ot a brother artist In my opinion exclaimed the lat ter young Tones must In the Inter eats of economy take the part ot SIlO kips the Fool Why economy demanded Mr Jones indignantly Well you see my dear fellow was I the quIet reply you wont need any touching up The Sacrifice A Kentucky couple said Mrs i+ Simpkins got married n few days ago after a courtship whIch had lasted fifty years 7 suppose replied Mr Slmpkins rthepoor old man had become too fee to hold out any longerChlcago RecordHeraldDoesnt Work Cheerfulness Is riches Oh not It you cant pay n bill be- ang cheerful about It only makes thE other man madderVetrolt Free flfc8 y What a Poet Writes YOU never cte2 tell whelker poetry Is loaded or tt Hk1Ceimb1apro feesor descanting upon the these and what a poet writes In tht mmtaentn ot his fine frenzy rotiing n1iisucep tlblo of changes wblchwould make him curse the pen did hp bur know whence It pointed Now listen to this couplet Help Ulto IIT free conscIence from the paw Of hIreling wolves whose gospel Sa their maw It sounds like some kind ofa ssn- Ily poem doosnt It with paw and maw coming In to make tho rhyme Do you Imagine the poet when he wrote the lines over thought of the parents represented In such a homely way and how the meaning ot the whole thing could be changed by changing the meaning ot the end words of two lines Was ho a begin ner Oh no he was not a beginner lIe had written several very classy things Ho was John Milton You remember ho wrotq Paradise Lost and two or three other pieces of considerable merit though he never quite got Into the six best sellers list and these two linen I have quoted close his son net to Lord Protector Cromwell writ ten In IGj2New York Herald The Southerner and Corn The southerner feeds himself his pigs and his progeny upon corn ne slept In his frontlersmnns cabin upon n mat tress mndo ot the husks Today he contributes some ot Its pith to the manufacture ot gun cotton with which to blow the enemy to Beelzebub and some more of It to the manufacture or cellulose to pack behind the armor of his countrys battleships to prevent them from sinking when projectiles pierce their plates lIe plants corn ns early In the springtime as the season will permit and gets up nt dawn to go Into the fields and tickle Its spreading roots with n double shovel plow Iii midwinter he smokes his corncob pIpe before n corncob Ore Looking Into abed ot glowing embers through a blue haze ot the smoke ot Incense burned to Mondamln he returns thanks for the cornmeal In the cupboard and dreams happily of the rosn ear ot the golden summer to come His ap predation ot the value ot Indian corQ Is high His affection far It In Its rail one forms Is abidtnELoulsvlliti Cou rlcrJournalE to Argyll and Longfellow The great Duke of Argyll was visiting his son then governor general of Canada and met Longfellow In the American poets ancient colonial man sion at Cambridge Mass As they sat together on the veranda the duke per sistently asked the names ot the varl ous birds he saw and heard singing In the poets trees DS wen ns of the flow ers and bushes growing In Ws exten slve and beautiful garden Longfellow was neither botanist nor ornithologist and did not know I was surprised to find your Lone fellow such an Ignorant person said the duke subsequently to nn American acquaintanceIndeed on what subject Why he could not tell me the names ot the birds and flowers to be heard and seen In his own garden May I ask how many languages you speak the American asked Certainlybut one Mr Longfellow was the answer spreks six and translates freely from almost n11 the languages of Europe Rise of Russia In the history ot Europe down to the mIddle of tile eighteenth century nUKe sin Is a blank The foundation of the kingdom was laid by Ruric the Norse man In the ninth century In the tenth century the Russians were Christian IZN1 adopting the Greek form of Christianity In the thirteenth century the Itnsslans were completely overrun by the Tartars under Garghlz Khan From the Tartars Russia was delh ered by Iran who became czar In tho time ot Elizabeth It was Peter the Great 10212 who gave Russia for the first time n place In the states sstern ot EuropeNew York American The Mistletoe jontrlbutlongreat veneration by the Druids In nn dent England and the of It was attended by saertneing and feast lag With weird Incantations the priest cllmlllli the tree on which the mistle toe grew sad cut It away with n knife of purest sold no base metal being at lowed to touch It As the twigs fell they were received below In n mantle or spotless whiteness Modest Greatness ReporterSenator to what do you chiefly attribute your successful ca- rerr Eminent StutesmanEntirely to heredity young mUll I deserve no credit for It whatever My father had ambition and my mother had talent and 1 happened to inherit both those quallflcatlonsChlca rlbuue From ExperIence Mrs EnpeckI learned today that Bob Smith and Mary Jones were secretly married ten mouths ago Just think ot It Married nearly a year and nobody the wiser Mr En peck Oh 1 dout know Ill bet Smith was a whole lot wiser before he had been married a month In Stock JokerDo you keep smokeless tobacco elerkSurp we do JokerWhat kInd Is It ClerkChewing tobacco of course Cornell WIdow Down an Rivil Plants WltPJobn the hens hare scratched up that eggplant seed you sowed Hub Darn emu Jealousy I suppose iio ton Transcript w- s4II J l tTITyy Giv swayA- bsolutely FreeofCost The Peoples Me Medical Adviser heFhla E Ulh or Medicine SimpiI ed by Ry Pierce M D rMUgli l1tltutcatBualo kof iI jover 700 strong paper covers tosny one sending 2Joueeto over cost of mailing oaT or In French CIoW binding for 31stanpeti Over 680000 copies oh tidecomplete amily Doctor were sold Hcloth binding at regular price ofS150 Afterwards one ud IlicIf million copies were given away us above Anew uptodate revised edltionis now ready for mailing Better send NOW before aU are gone AddressWoSLDa Dl- s1IIUy MUDICAL ASSOCIATION nV Pierce M D President Buffalo NY DR PIERCES FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION TIlE ONE REMEDY for womana peculiar ailments good enough that its makers art not afraid to print oBits outside wrapper lie every Ingredient No SeoretsNo Deception TIlE ONE REMEDY for women which coata iaDO alcohol eel no habltrormJu drugs Made from native medicinal forest roots of well established curative value OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald136TH- EREPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 THE REPTUt1CAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Homu and Farmm 126 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwensboroInquirer 176 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE ltEPUBL1CAN and Nally uwenSDoro nqu1rer 326 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 170 TILE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 176 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 136 TILE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 160 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN + 3hif4 + ITHE KENTUCKY CoiI i ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANt HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH F G BARRASS ManagerI GOOD POSITIONS Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 30000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition BOOKKEEPINGDraughons competitors by not accepting that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince you 76 per cent of the United States Court Report SHORTHAND ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THE BEST FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON PresIdent DRJUGHOliS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE tlscoaeoATBDI EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS COME AND GO WITH US or A GRAND FR- EEMEDITERRANEAN TOUR We are going to send twenty young women be tween the ages of 16 and 60 white of good char acter on a two months tour tQ the Mediterranean The Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of evIery kind for n thorough enjoyable trip The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted Write to the Tour Department The Herald Louisville Ky for Full Information SURE CURE For All Dirseasea o- fSTOMACH LIVER KIDNEYS r LECTRIC QulekaeUer andCare for Uead adJeeltac1ieDiszIneIndlgaUc is Malaria etc a R- r 1 1 0 It D1reQtoYOh cII mviaatT- Cf etitt cOurtTF Bkklisad Judc Den D Rtegp AtAlne7 WIIL Fierier JLllerE4 axarraa Clerk Frank 1 Felix Muter CommletonerT U Moss leT Trustee Jury Fund lt B Martin i SbBr1U Hartford Deputies8 A Bnitcher W CAhider J W Sharon Grant Pollard OOurtC011venea first Monday In March and August and non thlrmondayInCounty Court W D Taylor Judge- we B Tlneley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtDeglnl on the thIrd Monday lu January April JUly and October TuesdayGay In Uctober Other OftlcerN Moxtey Surveyor Rhreve S W Leach Assessor R4- itoyJamea DWeeeSChooi Superlnten eat Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURTS IfJune28JuneWe Jean DundelIBlih 27 Jun- K September 29 December 27 W Ii Edge loordsvtltMarch 2SJunl 2 September fl December 28 2tJuneHerbert Render CcntertownMarcb 30 InJohnJune a September 30 December 3 HARTFORD POLICE COURT OlennCibAttorney Courtconvenestoeond Monday In each month MayorGeorgeurer It E L Immerman C M Bar Grlff1nHookerSchool Trustee HartfordC It rineleyCILBarnjett RELIGIOUS SERVICES thirdSunday7 P nL and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray eveningRevBaptist ChurchServices held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday evlllJWednesday SundayinReV T C Wilson Pastor everyfourthP m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET t3UCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 676 F A Ma MondaynightW M E P Moore Secretary everythirdRoscoeRenderHartford Chapter No 84 O A Smeets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HoWeRileyRough River Lodge No UO Knlghlt of Pythlaa meets every TUesday night tenderKHartford Tent No 99 K O T JL moots every Thursday nIght E B ForemanRecordSunshine Rive No U L O T LMeets first Friday evening and thIrd MrsEkeeperPreston Morton Post No4 G A n holds regular meeting Saturday bathe flint Sunday In each month Ash Roge1lAdjtOhio Tribe No WJ Imp Order Rs Men meets second and fourth Wednesday ngLtsln each month C Eo Morrison Saohrm A E Pate Chief ot Records Acme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 L N Gray N BB D ScJ1roatcr Secretary Carpenters and JoIners local NQ 1881 meets 1st Saturday night in each month Noah Sknggs Pros W D SecTsceeOFICIAL ROSTER American Society ot Equity oI National Officers C O DRAYTON Pros OroonTllle Ill- M1 F SHARP VlooPres Bowling Green Ky SD KUMP Soc Trees Indiana polls State Officers J C CANTRILL Pros Georgetown K S D ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers BL STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam KyOAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION J M DeWeese Chairman Hartford Ky 1 L B Tlcheaor Hartford R FD- No5 2 J A Belamy Whitesv1Jle 3 F D Baughn Hartford n F D No 1 4 T W McQundy Dnlzetown Ky IUohard Plummer Taylor MInes 6 J L Brown Rockport bITTERSIi r r4 ly rc iI7UE AO- LBAasartd L I I J hh r o 8risdnva BARNETT SMitH ATTOBUS AT LAW HARTFORD KYtWilt practice their profession In illl the courts of Ohio said adjoining coup UN and Court of Appeals Special at t4- tentlon given to all business entruate4 y to their care Collections nd the Prao ftloe Of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican bund i Ing f J FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Wilt practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Cot lectlone a Specialty Office In the Her aId building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAITFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims tar pension Etc Collections promptly attended to Mao Notary PubUu for Ohio counts Office over Williams Drug Store It LHEATBIN BUNESTWOOD WAB- IIHEAVRIN WOODWARD cf tHARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention glv en criminal practice and collections Office next door to Bank of Hartford YAN CY L MOSLEM I ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank W B BARNES S A ANDER80tr BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that thfhave formed a partnership or the prac Uoe of Law In all courts State and Fed brat with offices south aide of Male street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting TlUes and litigaUos affecting Titles to Real Estate Will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES e A ANDERSON JOHN D WILSON CHASMCROWE WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will praotlloe their profession In an the courts of Ohio cod adjoining coun ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal prnctke and to collections Otlioo on Main St opposite Court House IDtJleountrloorllotoa ourerpneodBend model photo or sketch torrREE ftpOn suRPASSINGDock on Jrolllable IattDIt writ toI 503505 Seventh StreetWASHINGTON C f A KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PRIc14FORANDAUTNROATANDlUNITROUILEL of SATISBAOTOIRO f C I1R nA re toeaaodfnrepR COWightAe IN ALL COUNTRIES I rftoaryaadojliafkvdkn4 I Patent and IlI1rtclllltbt Practice frdadrolrwrite or come at IU JII 0aaWASHINGTON I U f Uin tifttANSEAS- ON IS ON liexicaisEngageiaWorkRanch men Sell Rntsen Trees to Brokers F Fort Worth Tex Several slight traces of early frost Tor the past ten- days have put the pecan In condition ctobo gathered Some pecan experts say crop will be very light this year wfille others persistently contend the crop will be quite heavy Be that It may there are some pecans on the trees along the rivers to be gathered rfna crews of pecan pickers are going to the groves and starting picking the sofa Each year there are whole famllle who make business of gathering pcans They go Into a large pasture along one of the rivers and spend several Months living In tents and wagons gathering nuts They use large wagon abeots to catch the nuts as they are knocked from the trees Sometimes waterIwere it not for some precautionary measure Then It Is that the expert gatherers show their hands They cleverly stretch a piece of canvas so the nuts are caught In It Instead of falling Intoo the stream Many Mexicans gather pecans at this season of the year They work under contract at so much per hundred pounds for the shelled nuts they deliver The whole family Is employed In the work from the little children to the old grandparents Many ranchmen who own large pastures along the rivers make a hand tome profit each year oft pecans The crop Is sold by them to n broker wfco puts his crews at work as soot as the proper time arrives The ranch man Instructs this broker to see that none of the limbs of the trees are broken that fires are kept under con tool and that there is no promlscu ous shooting so stock can be injured Then the broker engages Mexicans lq gather the nuts and the latter get their whole family busy at once Respectt417 after the waiter had gone for their hurry up and make a kick labout something or theyll think we never et in a firstclass place before Population of the Continents Asia comprises 32 per cent of the total land surface of the globe and has a population of 820000000 Amerl ca comprises 28 per cent population 125000000 Africa 22 per cent popu latlon 130000000 Europe 7 per cent population 380000000 Australia 6 per cent population G000000 The American CatTall The cattall of the American swamps Is almost exactly tho same plant as the Egyptian bulrush It le no longer used for making paper ftS It once was but from Its rot is pro pared an astringent medicine while Its stems when prepared dry are ex cellent for the manufacture of mats chairbottoms and the like Reaching Lifes Goal If you want to be somebody In this world you must assert your Individ uallty and assert It In the right dlrec tlon so that It may lead to a goal of honor for yourself and be an example for others Find out what you ought to do say to yourself I must do Itt then begin right away with I will dc It and keep at It until It Is done Perfect Faith He was a candidate for the minis t17and extremely anxious to pass On being asked by his examining bishop to write out the NIcene creed he wrote with a faith entirely too vast I bellero in all things visible and invisible Ambiguous During the recent war maneuvers a private not long married received a letter from wife in which she asked Do you ever think of me dear To which he Is said to have replied I think of you every day at meals dar Hag The cooking is horrible11 Bos ton Transcript Word and Verses In Bible There are 41172 verses In the King James edition of the Bible 33214 in the Old and 7959 In the New Testa r tnent There are 774746 words In the Bible according to the figures of Home a Scotch student who spent three years counting them tOnGeneral r A little miss of fire who had BO bo8aboy named John remarked at homer I wish John was mr 01Do you know If he belonged to me Id lick him whether he needed it or not pxchango For the Good of Htimanty IiI bad a doctor In my car who had been called from a party to attend a dying man was the defense ot a motorist summoned the other day for ox+ cetMing the speed limit The case was iiow 111drawn Home Chat J oJ Want Ait r 4t f It was a ease eC awailt anQ the Ub laiiaggterHe started by giving me a bits oa the nut explained the angry coin plalaant mrrIstratehere I suppose you mean he gavi you a blow upon the head Yua yer wasbujv An then e tried ter do me In by cbuckln Is baccy box at me By which I presume you mean In terposed the justice of the peace severely that he tried to Injure you by precipitating his box of tobacco at you Pray proceed and avoid slang and Inform the court what other in Juries he Inflicted uponyou Well then heerheCome comer snapped the malls trate really beginning to lose his temper Dont waste the time of the courtThe ill used wife looked about her helplessly Excuse me yet washup she ex claimed at length but I was wonder- In what was the pet name In this en court for a buff on the jlblLondon AnswersWomanan Her Master The philosopher and his friend sat far Into the night discoursing on things In general and smoking strong shag Woman said the former oracu larly was meant to fill a subordinate position in the scheme of creation Man Is naturally her master She cannot rationally oppose his will He Is Instinctively and by tho law of nat ural selection the dominant animal Woman may learn to revolt but she can never learn to rule She has one mission In life that of obedience Man Is born to lend woman to follow Man Is born to command woman to comply She Is secure only In her weakness It III nt once her duty and delight to obey her superior and Then the door opened and there appeared the bead of a female thereat Theophllus said a stern voice bow often have I told you not to smoke your horrid tobacco In the li brary Its half past 2 sir Come to bed Instantly And the philosopher sighed shook his friend silently by the band and wentLondon Sketch A Tempest In a Teapot What war was caused by a clay tea potFor an answer to this question we mint go as might be supposed to the of pigtails and porcelain The Story goes that a Chinese emperor in olden days gave as a mark of special favor a magnificent clay teapot of tare design to Tx Hung Chang his favorite mandarin This was laid up as a priceless possession among tho treasures of Lo flung or borne at his side by two attendants at all high public festivals nnd functions A rival mandarin saw these signs of distinction with the green eyes of jealousy and hired a man to break the obnoxious pot The clumsy fellow was caught in the act and betrayed his master War follow ed between the two mandarins and their respective followers which re suited In the overthrow and death of Lo hung Chang and tho reception of his rival Into royal favor In his place Soot on His Suit They were having a spelling lesson at a certain district school the other day and the little scholars were all arranged In front of tin teacher spoil ing away for dear life trylug to sec how near they could get to the head The word chimney was given out to a little black eyed girl wbo had been spelllug words correctly throughout the morning but she missed this one by inadvertently leaving out the b Quick as a wink the little boy next her pounced on the word and spelled It correctlyYou go up one Johnnie said the teacher I dont want to whined Johnnie getting ready to cry My mother would whip me If I did because Id get all over sootLondon Fun Might Have Been Put Differently We cut the announcement below from a New Zealand paper Notice The Maoris wbo are breeding pigs In Takohue such as Mrs Peter and Mr Sam Yates are supposed to look after their pigs and keep them away from rooting my puddocks or else If they do not I shall shoot every pig 1 come Across Secretary L Howell This Is decidedly one of the things that might have been put differently Westminster Gazette On the Road to Learning You say you know nothing at all about our railway said the olllulal Nothing whatever answered the applicant for employment Well you come highly recommends ed 1 suppose well have to put you In tbe bureau of Information and let the traveling public educate you Washington StarProbably Myer I wonder why Browne added the e to his name after Inheriting a fortune Oyer He probably Ugures uut to his own satisfaction that rich people are entitled to more ease than poor peopleLondon Globe The Wfter Jet Tho Idea of driving piles with a water Jet was borrpwed by engineers from the clam a small hllflitb which burrows twelve to fourteen Inches Into hand sand or mud by this process r He who lives in the spirit never grows old The outward man per Ishea but the Inward man has a perpetual JoathPhililps Brooks J MadeiraTherelinly oral aest Madeira comfort th beggars They begla to beg before they can walk and they call Penny I pen nyt before they can lisp the sacred name of mamma However one good thing has come of our experience with them They have prepared us for beggars elsewhere We are hardened nowat least we think we are The savor of pity has gone out of us From The ShipDwellers by Al bert Bigelow Paine in the Outing I Magazine Mr Washburns Inconstant Well Milton Washburn is having trouble with his well which at first was giving a big supply of water It began to blow a regular hurricane of wind up the hole at first then It changed and blew down after which the water gave out Mr Washburn will go down an other hundred feet If necessary to get a sufficient supply of waterCondon Ore Times A Complete Disguise Little Jessie was very proud of her mamlmanot long afterward she was going to visit her cousin After marching around awhile with the new coat and bonnet on she exclaimed 0 Mam ma Dora wont know me will she Shell open the door and say Why Japple Donneburger who are you Delineator For Nervous Children A naturally nervous child one who has been pampered should early bo taught selfcontrol and the value of ItI It It essential to discourage emotional- Ism and never contenanco fits of tem t per Plenty of fresh air and sunlight are great aids to naturally nervous children and all rich foods should be forbidden Rest In Reclining You say you can rest as well sitting In a chair as resting on the bed You may be resting but just the same when you lie down you save your heart ten beats a minute and that means a great deal to a nervous person especially one who Is subject to attacks of headache In Memory Of my darling daughter Veola I Brandon Westerfield born Oct 19th 1868 united with Friendship church of Christ at the age of 12 years and was A faithful member until death which occured on the 22nd day of September 1909 of a complication of diabetes and neuralgia of stomach and heart She was married to Isaac A yOur Distillery is located in the heart of the worlds greatest whiskey produc ing District Nelson County KentuckyOldfashioned whiskiesmade in an oldfashioned wayat an old fashioned distillery Try usthats all we ask Westertleld June 28th 1892 She was the mother of five children three dying in infancy Two daughters Her loving mother proceeded her to the spirit land nearly twelve yrs ago She loved the church of christ and was always found in her place ex cept when sickness prevented She had been in bad health for several years and when the brethren and sisters dldnt see her in her place at church they knew she was alck She loved the church of God and gave to Its support Mrs Westerfield was the only child of Robert J and Nancy M Brandon She had a baby brother that died at birth She was carried by loving hands from her home to Friendship church where she loved to assemble and after services conduced by Rev A P Kelloy assisted by Bro J S Johnson her remains were view ed by a large concourse of sorrowing friends and was laid to rest In Friend ship Church Cemetery by the side of her loving mother to wait the resurrection when Christ will say com In you blest of my Father enter into the Joys of everlasting life 0 we miss you loving daughter Mother and wife Wo miss you in the home That was so Joyful and bright O all Is gloom and sorrow no- wlOur hearts are full of grief hope one day to meet you I Where we shall never weep Ol we miss you In the parlor We miss you in the hall We miss you at the table When we offer thanks for all 0i we miss you nt the alter Where we kneel to God In prayer But we hope some day to meet you In a world that Is free from care 0 we meet you In that blessed re gion Where death can never come In Gods own time he calls us From our home to your sweet home R J B i A Hairpin Industry a Large One One of the greatest of the worlds manufactories of hairpins Is at Pains wick England There are no fewer than 300 persons employed In turning out these trifles of the boudoir and hundreds of automatic machines are In constant operation transforming miles of wire Into tons of finished pins District Co OEO H GOODMAN COMPANY Tenn Shreveport YouPay Express PacketIn Jugs or Bottles as you wish Red Rock No 1 Nelson County Bourbon tZOOpcrgal Lincoln County Tenn Jack Daniels DUtUlery 200 per rLMaryland Rye Baltimore Md 200 per gal Jack Beam L Straight Kentucky Whiskey 200 per gal White or Yellow Corn Whiskey sun House 200 per gal Robertson County Tenn GreenbrUr Distillery 200 gal Red Rock X Hand Made Sour Mash Bourbon 260 gal sraLRRod Rock Special Kentucky Bourbon 400 per gal Rose Rye Beat In our Stock 500 per gal Sherwood Rye Baltimore Maryland 400 per gal White Label Rye Rye Whiskey 260 gal Jack Beam Nelson County Kentucky 260 per gaL Early Times Nelson County Kentucky 300 per gal Jack Daniels Straight Tennessee Whiskey 260 gaL GreenbrUr Greenbrlar Distillery Robertson perpaJGuckenbeJmerRobertson CountrTennessee Whiskey A In LEO per gaL North Carolina WhlUCorn Whiskey A Jugs 160 pIOld Fox Kentucky Bourbon Only 150 per gaL Apple Brandy Clermont Distilling Co200 to 400 per gaL Peach Brandy Distilling Co 200 to COO per gaL Rock and Rye 200 rra Peach and Honey 200 per gaL Holland Gin Imported sad Domestic200 to 400 per gaL Genera Gin Imported 600 per gaL AleoboJf200250 300 and 400 per gal Bottled lit Bond Whiskies 4gta 4as12ets Ota Grlgiby Anderson County Kentucky 560 875 1000 Nelson County Kentucky 400 780 1100 County Kentucky 400 750 1100 County Kentucky 400 750 1100 ftSjFoJJI Nelaon COuntyKentucu 400 I1iO 1100 Nelson COuntyKentucky 460 850 1200 Rye Jefferson Kentucky 160 8W 1200 i t IJsofF p Jl Promotes Digestionerful ii ness and ResUContalnsndtte- l 0piumtMorphinc norNlJcral s OTNAnCOTICI Z1 I J mIi Bmir7erdhg il WiSlM ftuJW L ntneiHtSut nnmr ati ApertectRemedyforcansfpa p WorasConvulsumsFeYmsh nessanlLossorSLEEIFtcSinrk j r lNEW YORK GW1rnntee un p FOod a t Exact Copy or Wrapper To Sterilize nooks A successful mechanical process for the sterilization of books has been recently devised In and a BUg gestion Is being considered providing for the establishment of plants In dif ferent parts of the city for the reg ular treatment of the volumes used in schools You Bet Do man dat thinks hes smarter dan anybody else said Uncle Eben I uiout be fairly happy If he could keop I frum reachln Into his wallet an back In hlsself wlf real money Registered DlmtlSlery No7 5th Neon Kentucky Controlled by the PoducahKy Memphis la Evon vUleInd the No per per Straight Move Straight per pet per WhUkey Clermont per Jefferson County France 01 To Our Customers Every drop we sell conforms to the requirements of the NatiOnal Pure Food Law Every drop we sell is subject to approval If you are not entirely- pleased from any cause return goods at our expense and your money will be refunded We understand fullythe advan tage of prompt shipment and maintain a night and day force atIall our houses Wo spare no I trouble or expense to ments by first express and guar anteo safe delivery of orders For the benefit of the RE HANDLER we bottle any whiskey listed ten pints or twenty half pints at the regular gallon rate We will four quarts of 200 goods assorted Personal checks accepted when sender is rated in IDun or Brad street otherwise send money order exchange or registered letter Do not send currency or silver in the open Buying whiskey by mail is la ely a matter of confidence Wo want to treat you in a way to goodwilLshipment those three things we are depending to gain and holdyour patronage Goo Hm Goodman Co Reft Any sank or xpreas Go I r a- CASTORIJ For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theSSignatureof C In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA fMC CINTAUN COMPANY Ntla real CITE YPrice of Old Violins Old violins of famous makes are be dealIeI 21250 and 25000 respectively Musical America Useless Bother Pa said little Henry who was being led gingerly through the ruins of Pompeii I dont see why theyve got the streets nil dug up here Whats the use of puttln In gas or water pipes when they aint hardly anybody lives In the town 7 We intend to make every transaction so satisfactory to eachcustomer that it will be a pleasure for him to give us his business Yourmoneys worth a square deal thats our idea of the way to make business goodand ours is the largest business of its kind in the South IINCORI ORAr r BFttrit IPaducah shortmeasure 4 i We Paythe Express Old Cable Kentucky Bourbon In jugs only200 per gaL Brookdalo Rye Straight Whiskey In lugs only 225 per gal llil 2 ill hal Old McIIaney Whiskey 100 proof Pure Straight WhlskeyS290 575 850 Smoky Mountain Corn Whiskey 100 proof Pure Straight WhUkey 280 660 825 4 qll 8ql IZqtt Monogram Bourbon or Ref1 SIS 700- FawndaleBourbonorflyeI 300 675 860 Canadian WhIte Rye 360 675 1000 Crescent Club Bottled In Bond 400 760 1100 Red Rock Special Straight Kentucky Bourbon 460 850 1200 Moss Rose Rye Best In Our Stock 560 1050 1600 Apple Brandy Clermont Distilling Co 300 576 860 I Peach Brandy Clermont DUtllling Co 300 675 860 Apricot Brandy California 300 675 aO Apricot Brandy Imported 400 760 1100 Lincoln County Tennessee 300 675 860 FOR THE REHANDLER All Shipments In Plain Oaso or Cask Expross Prepaid KI lliBttl1 Bltbt Teoncasee Whiskey unlabeledl00piataz00 iaoo Nebon Ca Ky Whiskey unlabeled 100 pInta 2700 2100 PrirateStoekRyo labeled 100 pint 3000 2780 Shady Sprinsa Straight Whiskey 100pints8350 3000 Old OoBlnloo WhIte Rye 100 pints 8760 3400 i Tilt latlcu tnmJtoatGrapoCreantofTartar- ju frea Grape A BARNUM TRICK Getting His Potter Into Canada With out Paying Duty One of I1 Itaniums most success ful feats of bamboozlement was played upon the Canadian customs authori ties The veteran showmans tours wero always planned far In advance and one winter be made up his mind to toke his great circus and menus erie through Canada during the sum mer after tho next This gave him about two years in which to mature his plans One Important item of a showmans expenses consists ot his advertising placards and Mr Barnum was always lavish with these gaudy prints He was aware that the Canadian govern went Imposed a high duty on this class of Imports and yet be wanted to paint Canada rod yellow blue and green with a lavishness that no show man had ever displayed In that coun try before Now there was uo printing house anywhere In Canada that could begin to turn out tho kind of worktjjnt Mr Barnum required either In celor or finish Nevertheless his immense posters came under the same classi I fication ns much smaller lithographs and printed colored matter did and he knew that the Dominion custom au thorities would not abate one Jot of the full toll but would rather rejoice at the opportunity to mulct the foreign er who would convey so much money out of a country So Itanium studied the question awhile and finally sent on at once a great lot of circus posters of the most gorgeous designs whereon yellow lions Mini clawed striped tigers Dud brown Iwnrs fought with blue hippopotamus till gore Hawed into beautiful crimson backgrounds No agent appeared when the posters wore detained by true Ca nnillnu istorns olllcers to pay the duly They were nocortllngly held for twelve month then duly advertised fur sale for three mouths more ttuully put up at auction with n lll1tII other unclaimed parcels and were Ignnted In the catalogue merely felorwl prints asI Nobody took any Interest In when the nuctlonecr called for a hid anti flimlly the whole batch urns kmwk pl down for a suns to a secret iiKimt of the circus who hut been sent up by Mr Usrnuiu for Wet express purpose I THE CROCODILE Terror of the Stealth of the Cunning Brutos Approach P One of the reasons given by old writers for the crocodile being worshiped In Egypt was the somewhat cryptic ono that It laid threescore eggs and lived for threescore years but from twenty to thirty is the common num her of eggs fauud ID n clutch In tho reptiles ensy code of ethics how ever Its parental responsibilities end with the nut ot ovlposltlon for hay lag covered the eggs with a layer of sand It leaven the sun to do time rest whence doubtless Shakespeares your F mud and the operation of your sun and leaves It also to the ichneumon to do its worst In some places It seers that water tortoises too eat croco dues eggs but the Ichneumon Is till real desolator of crocodile homes scratching up tine nests and eating or breaking the entire sitting at n meal Crocodiles Pge however are absurd ly small a mother twenty fret long being content with au egg no larger than that ofn goose and the newly hatched young hardly more formida ble than a common Newt are preyed w upon by birds which a little later the rapidly growing crocodile would like 1nothing better than to get within Its well as doubtless by many other things including old crocodiles themselves The real horror of the members of the crocodile tribe lies in their usual noiselessness They swim with great L silence makiu scarcely even u ripple on the water says M du Cbaillu and the terror of the Itealtii of their ap proach is wcM conveyed In Iliidyard Kiplings Ripple SqDs Walt ah welt the ripple salth Malden wait tort am Death i London Times 4r t The Fault of the qutch It was to Sir Charles U g t min tornt The Hague that Cannlnglo the course ota tariff flfspule wlth aikvi the Dutch f premier Yiduressed bfitfiijj moue pIJr whicb ASWo have seen it wrongly quote r1Insev 5t f i Makes Fines Purest F- oodRoyPi akinpowder Absolutely Pure cent occasions we venture to append In matters of commerce the fault of the Dutch Is giving too little and asking too much With equal advantage the French are content Bo well clap on Dutch bottoms at twenty per centTwenty per cent Twenty per cent Nous frapperons Falk with twenty per cent Links With the Past A Real Consolation Little Mollys father cant quite see where Molly got her Information One day when her unmarried aunt was via iting at their bouse Molly become 1m pressed with her aunts solitary state Havent you any husband Aunt Mol lyT she asked Aunt Mollys pretend ed grief over the fact that she was husbandlewi was so real to Molly that she undertook the task of consolation Never mILd dear Aunt Molly bus bands scold Delineator His Neighbor We ore told Tommy said the Sun day school teacher that we should lore our neighbor Now who is your neighbor Tommy But1ommyTucker merely blushed hung his bead and said nothing He didnt want to tell the little girls naweChlcaci Tribune i Stone Cake j In very unusual seasons the of Bajpulan In India are peopleI seeds and succulent roots of Under these very adverse the barks of trees and even ground up rocks ore resorted to principally 10I give bulk to the scanty meal and by to stay the pall s of hunger IhreI longer time A sort stone found on the BlkaiilrMurwiir border of Jnlpuu Is largely used In that part of thu coun WIIIIIThilleat qualllfcx and the people have found that when finely ground and used In proportions of about to throfotirths of flour It IJIICfourlhI Astir digestion for a Domestic ReparteeIMrs Fhlpett Are the stars shining Julia Mr KldguttDId you ever know the stars to do anything else than sliluo Later Mr Flilgett Is Ilse- rain still coming down Bessie Mrs FldROttDlil you ever know It to do anything else than wine down John I Mr Fldgett Yes 1 have known It to hold up Not Much by the Day LadyWhat Thirtyeight cenls a dozen for eggs Why thats more than 3 cents for one ego GrocerWell mum you must remember that one egg is a whole days work for one hen Cleveland Leader Revolver Needed JohnIll bring you a fork sir The Customer What for John The cheese sir The CustomerA forks no good Bring a revolver London Sketch A Slim Chance Willie Pa why do they call our Inn nose the mother tongue PnSh Its because your father never sets a lance to use It London TitBits Only those who do something for tho world have a right to wear Its crowns Wentworth F Stewart S Just the Same What Is your name asked the judge of tho prisoner Casey ycr honor answered the prisonerYour full name asked the judge Just the same yer honor nnswer ed the prisoner full or soberLa dies Home Journal The Outcome JackWhere Is the pretty girl you were making love to a ago Tom Oh shesmnrrled long ago Jilted you eh No worse than that Sho married- me The Crisis Now Tommy you must go and wash yourself 1 thls4waghinbusiness flanCentury Magazine Y j lens lived ore ns thoroughly blend alrztheybreatheBBllot THE BISHOP STAYED t He Kl kU j HsvaLeaveThe bishop of a southern diocese was once making a missionary Journey through Arkansas and the Indian Ter ritory and on his arrival at Nrtchex bb said to the landlord of a hotel have been traveling for a week and night In a mail wagon and Iwa a comfortable room Sorry said the landlord but 1 dont believe theres a vacant room In Natchez Theres a horse race a Methodist conference and a polities convention In the city and every house la full up The only thing I can give you Is a shakedown Then observing the bishops tired face be added The best room In my house is rented to a noted gambler who usually remains out all night and seldom gets In before breakfast If you will take the risk you shall have his room but if he should come in therell be a row Ill promise you that The bishop decided to take the risk About 4 oclock In the morning tho gambler returned and promptly shook the bishop by the arm Get out of hero or Ill put you out C he shouted The bishop the gentlest of men rais ed himself on one elbow so that it brought the muscles of his arm Into full relief My friend he began quietly be fore you put me out will you have the kindness to feel of my army Tie gambler put his hand on the bishops arm- Stranger he then sold respectfully you can stayYoutbs Companion KEENLY INTERESTED Lincolns Question After the Commit t teeman Had Finished Just after the second battle of Bull Run the Boston chamber of commerce decided that President Lincoln was not prosecuting the war with enough celerity to conserve the interests of business and so It appointed a com mittee to go to Washington nndrc monstrate with him upon his dilatory tactics The committee was headed by a Mr Pierce We found he said a man who looked as if be bad lost all the friends ho ever bad In the world who Invited us to take seats and Inquired our bust ness As 1 was the spokesman I open ed our cote and as I proceeded the presidents face relaxed By and by he smiled and betrayed actual Interest and by the time I concluded he was most In a broad grin After I bad shed he inquired if that was all I ha to say and on my saying that thought it was he asked if some of lh other gentlemen wouldnt like to sa something They replied that the thought I lad fully covered th ground And then continued Mr Pierce what do you suppose this solemn man did Well lie just moved bis chair over to mine smoothed his trousers over his knee then reached over and smoothed mine down too and then with a queer look which none of us will ever forget he said Mr Pierce did you ever notice what n difference there Is In legs What did we do We grabbed our hats and took the first train for floe ton and we never dared to report Ladles Home Journal The CarbuncleICarbuncles to which the ancients at trlbuted fantastic properties were h reality rubles They served It wild to give light to large serpents dragons whose sight had been orI feebled by age They bore them stoutly between their teeth anti Ilium down only for eating and drink- Ing It was oven claimed that tho car buncle emitted light In darkness and that the thickest clothing could not stop Its rays Without all the exaggeration of such legends It was believed for a long time that rubles con tamed luminous rays The truth Is that they have double refraction and send out the red rays with unequaled brilliancy Traversed in a vacuum by an electric current they are Illuminat ed with a red fire of extreme Inten sity The greatest heat dues not change their form or their color Old Days on the Stage 1 have known u areas coat handed from one to another In the wings Spy oral times during a performance It was a current Idea that white cotton stockings assumed the appearance of silk from the front by making a heavy line of white cbalk on the shin bone A white tie was easily made from a strip of note puller und even u whir front could be managed from highly glazed note paper White cotton gloves were de rlgueur lu place of the more expensive kid ones A hay ing no black stockings once blacked his legs After the show he asked the stage manager Do we play this piece again Yes next week Ob thcii 1 need not wash my legs From Ramblings of an Old Mum mer by Russell Craufurd Might Have Been Worse Poor bye exclaimed OElara con doling with Cassidy who bad been in lured by n blast Tls tough luck to bay yer band bio wed off Och Faith It might Face bin worse replied Cassidy Suppose Old had me weeks wages In tilt the ioltne His Specialty 1 That clerk of yours seems to bo a- hnrdworkerYes thats his ape LNo1SPeming One Difference ExaminerNow chlldrep wbithe idifference between VpralJMnnd Bright BoyPlease sir they r spelt dIffejentLondon Punch P iffTr b eti SALE Nov 2 The given at uhf place last Friday ngnt was enjoyed by all preeent AiranaZdrs Norman Camps and family visited Mr and hire Kstill Raley Sunday V IMiss Winnie Hughs returned to her monthua mother at Mo MreMary Wilson and daughter Miss Ora vlsltedMr and Mrs Arthur Raley Sunday Mr and Mrs J W Raley visited Mr and Mrs R H Basham Sunday Mrs Cummings who has been con fined to her room for some time Is better ot this writing Mr and Mrs Calvin Wilson visited her parents Mr and Mrs J W York Sunday near Hartford Mr and Mrs N A Daniel visited Mr and Mrs II O Daniel Sunday Success to The Republican Notice On account of the rain the dedlca tion of the new Methodist Church 4 at Rosine was postponed from Oct 10th to Sunday Nov 14th Dinner will be served on the ground Ev erybody is invited to come 44t2 For Sale A pair of high class pointers well trained apply to this office Whetstones and Hones The particular classes of stone use in sharpening edge tools are varieties of slate derived from agrlllaceous schists of the palezolc These stones are found in Turkey Bohemia Persia Hartz mountains In Syria In the United States Spain Peru and Siberia One of the best American stones for hones comes from Arkansas Against Pretenses Away with all those vain pretenses of making ourselves happy within ourselves of feasting on our own thoughts of being satisfied with the consciousness of welldohig and of despising all assistance and all supplies from external objects This Is tho voice of orlde not of nature Hume BEAVER DAM- s Nov 3 LtUevMarle Porter daugh terVpiJi Mv Forter1I1ve17 slckrof typhold fever Senator A S Bennett LouisvlUe and Attorney E M Woodward Hartford were In town Tuesday The masquerade given by the young ladles to the young men Hal loween was well attended and high ly enjoyed Irs JB Williams entertained the younger set with a masquerade last Saturday evening The flinch club meets with Mrs J H Barnes next Friday evening Mrs C L Woodward has gone for tm extended visit to bar sister Mrs K H Howard Chicago Dr John Mitchell la Very sick Dr Lee Mitchell Allensvllle and Rev Frank Mitchell Providence were In Beaver Dam the first ot the week Mr and Mrs H F Howard Chlca gowere visiting relatives In town last week Miss Grace Williams visited DBs Blanche Russell ut Echols last Sat uI day and Sunday The Seminary basket ball team will play the Hartford team here next Saturday afternoon Frank Eblen of Louisville was in town last week it Notice We want all Home guards to meet In Hartford Nov 6th 1909 Special tod Idly I Regrets to Leave Fortune Behind Glasgow Ky Oct 30 Surrounded by wealth though never having known luxury Willis P Bush exCon federate soldier aged seventyfive at the home ora friend near Glasgow Junction where he had goat to renew a note which he hold Judge Bush as he was called by many was Indeed a peculiar man in every sense of tho word He was what the people termed a miser and regardless of thu fact that his wealth was estimated at from 25000 to 50 000 ho was never known to rt = worn a suit of tR clothes thafpas y r even passable I He had no hohVtC but wint from teaelong as they would ke p him without 4 r charge but the moment it was mail mated that he should pay board lie left for more congenial quarters 1Ho served as a member of the Fis cal Court ot thin county several years ago nndJateras Police Judge of Caved City whichgave him the tiUe ot r Judge It is claimed by those wit knew him Vest that his average ex penses have pot exceeded 10 a year even that much for tile past twen 11 tyfjve years J His whole soul seemed centered on making money and how to keep from spending it He was a keen shrewd business man well up in law and of the many loans made by him ho set dom made a mistake He own d two old Jennets ahd while a member of the Fiscal Courts he rode onq of these animate to town using rope stlrrups and a piece of an old saddle His clothes in summer consisted of a pair of old cottonade pants linen coat a hickory shirt t and a tencent straw bat which lasted a whole season He had been subject to heart trou ble for several years and his chief concern seemed to be his inability toitake his money with him when he died So far as known he left no will NtiteetThe finance Committee of eA S i of E of Ohio county Is called to moot at Hartford next Monday November If at 10 oclock a inD l FORD Notice ChmnIThe tS of H Stock will make another Tuesday November 16 ConimltteeIhaving stock to ship will fy the committee three or I before shipment STEVENSItL I Partnershipv I S L AvJ r 1- Mit t t urr I JtCentertownON j Saturday November 27 J 1 We will Offer for Sale at Public Auction a Fine Lot off Horses and Mules and Otter Stock i This sale will embrace eight head of mules five years old next spring and six head of horsesfive to eight years olds one extra large span of horses Also five headof one and two year old colts thirty head of cattle from six months five years old 26 head oi shouts twenty tons of hay two road wagons and other farm implementsrTERMS OF SALE ==gAll mounts under 5ca hin hand over 5 on twelve months time With intere lt and approved security Sale will begin promptly at 1 oclock pc m f llr bout Miss this Chance to Seciife a Bargainl MORTON KUYIENDOlL entertoW Jyi iiY tt 1 p1J I rt r t1 It lA