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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 y t l i i r kz i atF 1 i yLr 0 I f R r f tf rli iJ1 f l ftqmbUcan r vearllIpi AFTER S1TTINII ON A COiiI Emma Hines Took Seat i Office Chair In Undertaking Establishment And Fired Bullet Through Her Heim- Owensboro Ky Nov 10 Se letting an unusual place for such a deed Emma Hines committed sul- cldo In the undertaking establish meat of JameS GlJ1lsonon West ThinI street by firing a bullet throgh hor heart this morning while seated In the desk chair of oIrGlllIson After having caused a commotion in the vicinity is which she lived by tiring two shots at Maggie Wallace Incoloredan attempt to kill her and then set ting fire to her own home the Hines woman proceeded to Of111sons under taking establishment where she made her word law by flourishing a revolver She entered the office of Mr Oilllso and after exhibiting her revolver ask ed permission to sit on a coffin Mr took her Into the exhibition roomand opening a ease allowed her to sit upon a coffin Seeming to do sire all excitement possible she dl rotted the undertaker to place the coffin on the pavement but this he refusQd to do She seated herself on a coffin and Mr Gilllson went back Into hIs office expecting to hear the report of the revolver every second After remaining In the exhibit roorl several minutes she went Into the office where Mr Glllison and Ike- Southerald were locking over some tecords and atating that The It waited to kill herd bUt ehe would kill herself asked permission to sit In the desk chair Mr Gillison not noticing what the woman was doing nodded his assent and she took the chair raised her right hand In wlllch she held the revolver and fired a bullet through her heart The shot came eo unexpectedly that both Mr Glllloon and Mr Southerland wire startled but quickly seeing what had hapenod started for aid Mr Sou rland was tile first to gUn tile door and summoned aid while 11r Gilllson procured a cot on which to lay the woman- immediately after firing the fatal shot and realizing what she had done the dying woma looked at Mr Gil llson and exclaimed Oh my God help me The report of the revolver and tno excitement caused by It soon attrnct ed II large crowd to the door of the- o tlc8and it was but a few minutes before a large number had gathered After firing the shot the woman lived only II fev minutes and was unable to speak more than the words quoted Before a cot could be procured the blood gi shad out of her mouth and the bullet wound until the floor of the oftico was a pool of blood After placing th0 bodyton n cot Mr Gilli SOn called Coroner Orausz who will bold aii inquest over the body this afternoon l0 Is claimed that tio woman had caused a great commotion In the vicinity In which she ltyed by threaten lug last night to shoot sevetul neigh borsand would have shot one but for the interference of Mack Sandefur whO wronchedd the revolver front her hand After taking the revolver from herSandefur was told by hrehtat she- j Was going to leave this country and she wanted him to ship her furniture to her daughter at Bawling Green The first seen of the woman this morning she wa8 going east on Thl11d street andsmoke waslsauing from her bne The fire dOlJartmn- il was called and it was dlosOv red that shtt lad made a dirge bonfire of IOthng and a truntc which had been saturated with coall pll She did not atop she reached the office of- c Mr Oillison where she took her own lffq The house wea not badly burned only damaged to the extent of about 5J It was ownel byRobertTearn- e11Y r Emma lilacs was well known Inn poliesnircles having readdJn the city for many years andFahei was IY 1 a often arraigned in police court on the charge of conducting an Immoraf house Frequently the police were sheNstoo secure then she was hard to place under ar finishnIn Owensboromany years agoEmma mlU nod Thomas Connor who was then In the employ of the street rnllway didtsumed her maiden name For years sho has resided on West Third street and la said to have always run the nelghborhood to Butt herself She came to Qworilboro from Ohio county but lately her father W R Hines removed to Warren county He arrived is the city today at noon and will take charge of the body She was about 36 years of age and Is survived by her parents and a small daughter Hundreds have vllsted the scene of the suicide and viewed the body many coming from the country Minutes Minutes The minutes of the County Bap OWo tint Association are tor dlstrlbt tlon among the churches As we ar short of funds the churches will please call at tho RepubUcna office and get their minutes L W TICHENOR Sec ALL DEPOSITORS SHARE EQUALLY So Decides the Higher Court In the Daviess Co Bank and trl1stCo XIUter A special from Frankfort states that the consolidated cases ot Edward Franke et al and DurnJet al against the Davies County Dank and Trust company lava been nCUrmcd by the court of appeals This decisions means that all de- posItors of the Davlcss County Dank and Trust company shall share alike the holders ot morgtngo certificates hayIng no priority over holders of or dinary certificates or commercial dc- posl ts- Tbese cases just passed upon were considered by local attorneys to be decidedly the most important actions now In the Davless Circuit Court They were tiled by the holders of mortgage certificates ot deposits In an attempt to have the court order Assignee Anderson to pay the mort gage rertfflcates In full Such cer tificates were outstanding to the amount of 76000 The holders ot the ordinary certifIcates fought the suits and contended that the enttro assets of the defunct bank should be divided equally In making his report to the lower court Assignee Anderson assorted that In his opinion the holders of the mortgage certificates should have their clAims vald In fun and tlho re- malnder only should ho distributed among the other claimants However the court decided against this sugges tion In the assignees report and adjudged that no depositor should have preference over another The case was at once taken to the higher court and now finally decided The de cision means a conaideerable loss to those who hold the mortgage certificates but a gain w the other de positors of thobankand the holders of ordinary clAims nro much Jn the majority numrlcally Notice of Stock Shipment In view of the fact that the atlonI al Union of the American Society ofI Equity meets at Indlanapolls IndI Nov 16th the Stock Commltteo of Ohio county will make shipment from Beaver pam on Saturday Nov 13th tend of the 16th IJ beforyatatU All parties having to snip please notify the Committee a felt days previous to tho date Of shipment ILA88TEVENSJ J M HULTZ L B TIOHENOR Committee NoticeITho contemplated production of- Ten Nlghts In the DIU Room by theI young folks of Bethel at Hickory church Saturday nightNovember 13- tihasbean called oft The members of ald churcb having objected hereto I G N J TAYLOR r Y IL fit r TEN DOLLARS FOR TOBACCOdI Fixed by Members of Th Home Warehouse Co Will Stand by the Price Hell Freezes Over Says One Member The home Warhouso company held n meeting at Owenaboro last saturda Y and nearly 100 peelers were prCS6nt with a considerable sprinkling of poolers of the other two organizations The meeting was not opened for business until the afternoon Prest dent J H White was In the chair na Secretary Emisott Shaw kept die min utesThere was discussion of only one topic the price of the 1909 crop of tobacco and It quickly became manl test that as advance on last years finallyeagreed to Intrust the Home Ware house members of the joint commit tee to stand for 10 for loaf down to 6 for lugs and 4 for No 1 and 2 trash and 3 for the lower grade trash This came as the response of this body Ito the suggestion or unof- tlclal report that the board of cbntrol of tho Green River association hud about conclded to sell for 9 9 and j3 An Influential Homo Warehouse member of the joint committees said In promising to obey the Instructions We will stand by that prIce tin hell freezes over If necessary and on every side It was understood that the minimum price for the 1909 crop had been named One looter said We are nct povertystrlcken and doI not have to sell We can hold for several months or until next summer it pecesaary Our tobacco will improve In qllallty hy beIng held andI the appetite of the trust for It willI alro increase Final action was taken after n short but pointed speech by F K- Moseley who was called upon as a- reiresentatlve of the A S of E lieIspoke strongly In favor of n higher price for the 1909 crop than was received for the 1908 crop Ho argued tr this tecause the quality of the tobacco was good but chiefly because the coot of nearly aU articles the farmer had to buy had increased InIcost lie gave assuranco that the A S of E would stand firm for higher lJrlcnISeveral others made short talks and they all Indlated that It was understood that the board ot ontrol of the Green River association hadI agreed on 9 9 and 3 as tIle price for this years crop and that If the A S of E and the Homo Warehouse company did not accept these figures that body which controls much the greatest amount ot Davless county tobacco would draw away from the others and sell Independently and thus probably fix the lower price tor this years crop ns It way charged the A S of E did last year though it controlled but a small part ot the 1908 crop In this connection there were questions as to who composed the Green n River association board of control so that a message might be sent to It Send It to Henry Derry ono mem ber called out You might as well send It to the American Tobacco company at once Injected another Thol ton Goode of McLean county spoke in conciliatory way and said I think Mr Berrts Intentions are good but ho Is t victim of his eavlronment Another man arose and saldI am- a member of the association but I know that Mr Derry has boon talkf lug and writing low prices Instead oft high all summer We dont want that kind of agent THe American Tobac oooompany agents can do and ire doing enough of that At this point President WUhite an- nouneed that the next thing In order was other business and lie thought gradera might then be chosen There was a genorolTomonstrnco against doing tails before the tobacco was sold and the meeting adjourned Changes Made by an Official Count Ouipuhllahedtable of the vot7o Ohio county last week was made uP 1 u t before the official count was mad by uio Commissioners Tip majority of John P HnsweU- candtdate for Railroad Commissioner ws nereased from 501 to 611 No- I than a was mado In the of D an and WeddIng The majority Clre621 to 649 The majority of W S Tlnsley candidate for County Clerk was Increased from 488 to 49i Tho candldatlfrom 612 to 618 The majority of Ber- nerd Felix candidate for Assessor was decreased from 416 to 363 which was caused mainly by the loss or 20 votes Ilt Sulphur Springs made by mls take or the election officers In certify Inc his vote which shoulll bav boon HI instead 121 The majority ot T II Black candidate for Sheriff was increased front 694 to 698 Th majority of Henry Leach caadida for School SuprerJatendent wan d creased from 643 to 640 The majority of W P Mldkiff candidate for Jailer was Increased from 499 to 607 The majority ot C S Moxley candy date for Surveyor was increased from 402 10406 The majority of Dr A D Riley candidate for Cornoer Was Increased from 426 to 440 The vote ou the proposed Good Roads Constitutional Amendment w- a76yes and 1763 noglvlng a ma jority against the amendment MARiIiAGE LiCENSE WAS USED TWIGS Loose Conditions Found by State Inspector M H Thatcher in Owsley A Frankfort special says State lu specter and Examiner Matcher has submlttttd to Gov Will so11 reports ot his examination of the offices or county otficlals ot Powell and Owsley counties Mr Thatcher found a most unusual condition existing In the matter of issuing mrrage licenseb by the county clerk That official allowed his der- puties to Issue mnrriage license at any old place they could be fou id nlllI one insatnco it cited where a deputy clerk issued It license written In lead pencil on II piece ot plain paper cot lectrd no tee mill almost n year af terward the man to whom It was II sued used Itto marry another woman tLau the ono named In the original lIcnellC Mr Thatcher sage In his re port I have not found hr say other county wherein I have made exnmlnlj ttans where a like prnctlco prevails but I ant told that this Is true In ono two other counties In the same secjUon In Owsley the prnctlco seems to have grown up because It was con venlent for license applicants to apply to the nearest deputy clerk andI the county clerk appears to have t given to these deputs the 160 fee for the iussua1 If otflclatln ministers and magistrates tall to reIturn to the county clerks office as the law requires marriage license after the ceremony Is performlll and If the duputles tail to return to the clerk the proper memoranda of theIIEsual of such license there resultst complete absence of formal and in course of tine when memories tall and witnesses die the tact oftmany marriages In Owsley countfmay be attacked because of ure to rind any record thereof whore the law directs that same shall be kept and there will bo placed on pos terltyln many caEes an unjust BEAVER DAM Nov 12Tho Baptist Ladlcs Aid realized a neat sum from sale of their candy last Frlay ovenlng Mr Baird McHenry was In town last Sunday afternoon Dr John Mitchell istlll very sick Excellent work to being done In all the bepartmeuts of school Mr Sewallot Lexingtonrepreeentl- Ginn Co was In town Tuesday Little Misses Anna Len Hazelrigg a Marie Porter and Anna Elizabeth who have been iii for several weeks weeks are Improving Tho Womans Missionary 9ocletT ct- M E c iui will give un oyster support FrIday ovenlng Nov 12 at Phelps who havetbeen Ill for several NAME COMMITTEE TO VISIT BUYERS I And Negotiate for Sale o This Years Crop Do Joint Selling Committee of Three AssoclationsAll Samples Viewed Owesboro Ky Nov 10The Joint Riveer the Homo Warc house complday and the A S of E seeconsiderfagcrop of the present year should be sold Tho mooting was held Jn the Hughes tobacco warehouse on Wes- Ninth street where the samples ar now displayed There was a full rep rosentation ot nil the associations but there was no definite agreement IIS to what price should be demanded for the tobacco The general drift of sovertlsrepresentatives of the Greon River association were very much In favor of selllng at once and at the same price as WaS offered and paid last year The representatives of the A Sot E and of the Home company stood firm for u higher prl At one time In the dlscusslnn It eecvned as If the delegates ot the Green River association were on the point oi leaving the meeting and re fusiv to deal longer with their lot lows They contended that all the surrounding country was tilled with n surplus ot tobacco so that the Amer Ican Tobacco Company was hide pendent of the present crop 1n this section and that If the crop were not sold for Uw price that the American Tbacco company wanted to pay there would be no sale for ninny niwths and probably thIs ear unle y the crop of next ynir were v IInly cut out The big Burley crop ur this year was pointed to and the fast that there was practically none ralfell last year In the same Kea tuck territory was also pointed out It was also urged that the Bowling Green region and the Southern Indiana field had a much larger crop than was grown there last year It was also claimed or pointed out tha several million pounds of Jlendr son county tobacco of last year was still unsold Tho principle reply to nil this was that the prices of all articles have advanced and those tht the farmers bad to buy had shown a special advance The Instructions of local organizations to their delegates were also pointed out and this was given us an added reason why the delegates ot the Homo warehouse And the A S of E could never agree to the minimum price hat wag SUIIIIOSOO to bo acceptable to many ot the Green RIver peopilo For a time ltwas feared that the meeting would disband never to como together again and then there were some reconeilatory talks and pleas to stAnd together because of greater prestige that the organ IZatlODS would have with the buy and also with the people and tho suggestion of tho wIser heads to prevail nnd It was agreed a special committe0 should be appointed to see flee buyers and see what they would be willing to pay This committee Is composed of Messrs BIbb of McLean county and Shaw and Marksberry of Da- vless It wail report to a later meeting FOR THE BUSY READER Representative w F Klalr of Lex- Ington denies the report that he yUl be a candidate for Speaker Negro hunters while smoking a rabbit from a hollow log caused a costly forest tire In Christian county Nine persons wero killed and nearly score of employers Injured In no ear plosion and fire In the comb factory of Robert Morrison Son on Co1umt bia street llrooklyn Canada extended a warm welcome to representatives of ortatdzed labor who are attending the twenty nJrlith annual convention of the American Federation of Labor at Toronto Mrs John Jacob Astor was granted byJusticeCourt nt New York City N Y AU- f papers In the case wore sealed and the proceedings were carefully guard od Troops were sent to the home of Den Longncceker In Madison county to trap night riders They remained on guard three nights but no riders appeared and the soldiers who had been sent from Lexington were ordered homo piecebearingbearing the head ot George tiVasbing nowsbeen prepared Stute3IU attbatteesteamed lion ton after having sped up and down the coast from Cape Cod to Cape Ned dick Me for twentytour hours at a nineteen knat gaff or faster The crop reporting board of the De prelimInaryproduction ot corn for 1909 as 27d7- a1G bushels against 2668661000 as finally estimated last year with the ngalnltIThe Executive Council ot the Am rlcl1l Federation ot Labor ill its report to the convention at Toronto recommended that an appeal he tak en to the United States Supreme Court from the Jail sentences lmposcd on President Gompers Vice President Mitchell and Secretary Morrison for contempt In tho Ducks Stove and Range Company boycott case The telephone franchise roaotly ordered by the City Council of Han ford was sold 11edneedny the CO operative Telephone Company or the commltte representing said OOIllIKln being the purchaser It Ig the II1IIIOIJ- ot said conipaily to estahlllh IJ1 this near future nn exchange In Hartford They have been asssuredtho loyal support pr ninny of the most subtan till I citizens and It Is safe to say that the venture will prove a success PRICES OF 1909 TO BAGCO READJUSTED Ohio County Union Meets in Brief Session for That Purpose Tho County Union of the American Society of Equity met In call session at the courthouse Aionday As the call Indicated tllC only question conalderet by the twd waq the price au the 19D9 crap of tobacco and relaUvo subjects The only price recommend was In advance of that received last year and tlre Finance Committee is rather confident that a sale can bo made at the figures However if It cannot bs done the committee is authorized to make a deal nt the best por5161o figures This Is proper solution ot tho Question as It Is needless to npolnt n finAnce committee and tie their hands by fixing n price without their uuthr Ity to myko a solo nt any other than than the price fixed The committee la composed of the courAys most substantial clllzcnll and tobacco growers can rest ailsurcd that their Interest will be fully protected and that their tobacco will bring every cent that the committee can get for It An early solo Is anticipated as several yraspectlvo buyers have been about An arbitrator was elected for each the Hartford and Cromwell house ft will bo the duty of this arbitrator to decide the differences which may arlsebotweon the grade of the Rsscela tlon and of the company to witch tho tobacco Is sold Jn regard to the proper tlacsltlcaMon of tobacco This completes arrangements for the hand Ung of the 1909 croP and a sale Is all stands in the way of deliverIeS For Rent 1iir BeoJV rII THRILLING PoSSUM HUNT Dowm in Georgia In Old Days Plantation School of Study on How to Catch the An- Imals Just as the old plantations werotho schools for negro minstrelsy so they were tbo schools for a study ot the possums how to catch them how to cook thorn and then how goo they were to cat tatys a writer In the Atlanta ConttltutJon The catching comes first fw you must catch him before you can do the rest The Unt thing In an oldtime possum hunt was to prepare light wood for torchuS Wheneer a negro or white boy either got out to tile wood 1110hltling fat Ilghtwood Into long strips thu dogs know os well what was comIng as the ptbple themselves and a barking began that echoed from woods to Woods and from plauI tatlon to llantatlon While one or tw were gettlllg ready for the torch wood another was ftt the potato bank gettlu potatoes to flit one corner of the grist old fireplace A puce was made In the ashes for these potatoos and here WftS someone to take them out ut the proper limp acid Put them on one side to cool liT the time the hunters returned and whoever has not tasted ot the old Goorgla yam roosted and cooled till the sugar was cooling from the akin lies mIssed something almos us good all possum Itself This all accompllalted the horn Is blown the dogs go wild and ort across the field the hunters start The dogs are tar ahead and At the first hedge row thIs side the botom where wild grapes hans and tulmons have sweetened one of the pupa opens and the othe- soamlier that way to open too and tho muslc lxtjiJu nut the hunters wan i t Metter authority than pups but soot olll Rattler relses his long heal und opens with that loud long and thu huuteiu know the possum IsI there There WAS always some dog do a park that hall the entire fideee of the hunters whenever that dog upeatd thorp was nuul- n doubt Old Rattler Lived n much longer life than most dtrgtt and through III that hllllIteredge of the riser bottom anti war I moving up tics bluff to tutu a place tr get llflWlI when the pope null all the pack but old Rattler opened on a hat gall lIro they went aIling tIlt Uhtff at the 1ge of the huttoll1 and It wan ntnsc to delight the hlllrter- bnt old Itatllei hAIl no olxened yet It wan wth iu uncertloln ruund antI never a huntr ball a doubt In tut- rllthtl1lnI s 4 that t1111111 On that ttsil old Rultlvr joined with the rttlt fur a hull half tulle right up to till tree The Muntri hurried os hun tPrs alwRfI do and wo found they hail treed up the hlllrC toward the bottom and Ied wt the tops or the other JIg trees thut curve up fro11 the bottom lviow The big trooo1 was at such an angl- as r mado It tr tor any dug even ii ohtal4tI dog to walk It ant so we sicked them ruil one of the pups went out Ilki 4f till ho struck th- teuEkvl e Cups over the bUum and titer went down witll a scramble of a hun tired pOeeufIs to the ground below Another artdanother and another If the young do4h went out hot thH- Y1I0or r tllmtl they went scramhllng through tilt Iitubs to the ground All the negrees and some of the whltt3- bogRn to tllllll there were haunts around But vld Rattler still llld ou confidence sad we walhd on hllll Out he went lowly and cautiously sad wo all IItlll our breath to seo If- he would meet the fate of the oung dogs We Illlht have long to unit for pretty soon tnero was a grunterI- ICramble In the treetops than all tiu young dogs tRd made together Oh- Rattler had uetrhed the thing what ever It ems and holding on like grim luh they rent down through tho limbs togothtc At the bottoms Old Rustler slit hold tile hold till stack a bloating begu 1e was never hoard f- aapowuin t hu 1b fore It was nothing but Toni 1 s6 blllygoatho hu mutated the dOCS off ono by one till olll Ralller liltiaed him and they went down together That was tile only tinte In the long Ufo of Olll Rattler that ho ever fooleM hunter Wo had already caught About IR many ns wo ored to carry and s we built A fire Gt rest a while befor starting on or return trip As boy will llo some of them began IIklng sticks tt theposstums to sew tllfll1l snap Otto uhf f flow was unusual vicious fur a pokum and stick ufW r stick was talappt d like u straw as I t t 011h tI t was preeented at his mouth A mis chievous fellopr teenarked carelessly to a Ytakee alaog tor8cl ic study that itvae strange that the possuat would snap ttpe stick soviciously when Ityo would just salt on your finger you could rub It nil over his Bose and mouth without the llost slat of vlciousnees That sot said the man out for nature study IU just try that for myself whereupon he spat Well upon his tinker poked it up to the big possum and no sooner done than the possum nailed him and bold on a only two things will holda possum and a turtlea bulldog Is not In their clam for holding It took half an hour to get that finger loco by prizing between laughs and that Yankeo re turned North the next day remarking that ho knew ns much about the darned Grorgla possum as ho CAred tl knowThe potatoes put In the ashes on tie start have lung since been cool ed nod the syrup is running from them To eat these potatoes arterI tho hunt Is Olr seems to be a part ot the sport There are plenty fQr alldwhiles and blarlsan no meal In Iln the world was ever relished more thatthroe cold roosted potatoes Such a thing no suing to bell after a hunt was seldom thought ot The big plantations nil had gIn housES but the humblest homes had some sort ct cotton ltoure and in this cotton the hunter would scrach a hole cover up grid catch an hour ot the sweetest sleep ever enjoyed by man i A possum Is cleaned pretty much the tame as a hog save that you must u e strong ashes or lime In getting oft the haIr After the cleaning comes the cooking and In that the years have taught me much We used to bake the possum whole wJth the 10- tatoos packed about It and this was good enough fir heavens sake But we have learned that this way Is nowhere In a real fat possum there was always somothing II little dtsagrt pussustill every hono slips off then work the fleuh together till till fat andI loon are entirely nixed 8OO1Y1 In a pan big enough to hold your lmtatres after they have been boiled nail then lJko to a brown and Iledel CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the SlgnatureoC u Is Chivalry Dead The body of a girl who had taken her own lire was found Ina Xew Par lodging house the other day Beside It was IL note addressed to her mother it Canada It rood Iear Mother I have lost my job hoardlIto uk help from uny man In Sework Istle terrible refleothn upon American manhood that Is Implied 1 these words justified by facts Is ago of chivalry forever pttssnd Dl this lour girl actually run the rls shu Imagined In seeking Qilstallcef- rom a man There are questions worth while co- sldoring Wo fear that bemwath th bitterness of her words uttered In the extremity of her need there lies a measure of truth to the utter sham lug of our Twentieth century civilization lIundrllls of good men In Now Yor would have boon ready to help ha they know her need and would hays expected too concession In return hu how was she to know the good me from the had How cons she to tell the man of honor and chivalrous re Bard for womanhood front the wolf thn takes ndvanUlga ot any woman the L conies within tits power No difference In dress would marl the distInction Education and culhar- r are not seals ot decency The of lust and Impurity too ottkn Is garbed In flue ratnment and has all the graces ot schools and society There lies the danger The girl know It and sooner than run time risk she took her lire campaigpchivalry We have much ot time veneer that passes beneath the same the courtesy the complaint IIml the con slderatlon for women that Is duu tllOlr sex But the deeper cblvalry that httvns and honors womanhood that will defend It at all costs nmlI- I most loyally when It Is the victim a circumstances and the possible prey ot time vicious even when Its own weak uoss and willingness to sin Is it11a greatest foeto this chivalry we duty e not ellouglL Louisville Hearald i IForSale Twenty five acres ot first class Rough riser Lottbms three miles West from Hartford 2b per acre take it Apply to or address A iiSHEFFIELD I FIartfordIy i SMALL FARMSI NEED OE000NTRY James J Hill Says Method I Mnstbe Changed Land Must be Better Cultivated r or Nation Will Suffer Shortage Smaller farms must be the moans through which the United States will feed a population of 200000000 in 1950 Title Is the foundamental proposit- Ion which James J HIll udWlCOS lathe first of a series ot articles In the Wands Work He first excludes the pOslblllty ot our producing enough wheat under present methods and pre icta 150 as the price ot that staple the near future He also ooncludrs It will be lmposs161o for us to purchase abroad enough grain to cover an annual deficiency which he places nt 36000000 bushels The rem edy as Mr IUU sees It Is this 1 The farmer must cultivate no more land than he can till throughlq With lees labor he will get more results Ot- rlclal statistics show that Wonet prof- t from ono cropof20 bushels ot wheat to the acre Is as great as that from 2 to IG after original cost ot product Ion has been paid 2 There must be rotaUno of crops Ten years of single cropping will nearly wear out any but the rIchest soil A proper three or four year ro tation ot crops actually enriches time land 3 Three must be soil renovation by tertlllzlng and the best fertilizer Is that provided by nature herselfbarn yard manure That the Unltcxl Sttntes must move quIckly In this matter Mr Hili firmly bellvesThe startling aspect ot this chnns ell condition ot supply and demand he says Is that It III Immediate We have to provide for a contingency not distant tram us by nearly a goner aUon but already present Time food condition presses upon us now The great fall In wheat exports and prlctSI nine months ot the year June 30 flour cons bIned was but 103 25100 bushels Su- I blned was 103 251 200 bushels Such Is the sire ot the tlnoll surplus In a fall crrp year It must shrink more than 100000000 bushels for onoh three years hereafter Obviously It- I Is time to quit speculating about what might occur even twenty or thirty ears hence and begin to toke thought for the morrow As far ns our food supply Is concerned right now the lean years have begun I have stated the national Ilroblem- In terms ot wheat for the Fake ot aimnliar tttement Time average wheat Stateds averagekfor the last ten years 1388 That Is In 1907 jt required 45211000 ncres thatnrecordeAbout n cnotury ago was the average production per acre of Urea Brltlan Attar the appointment or a royal commission and n campaign to the better uletholl ot cultivation begun over a hundred years ago the todaydtilled for as thousand years lm n unteven32 bushels ot wheat per acre Germ any and agricultural country almost from the time of TIICItUS produces 276 bushels per acre Suppose tho United States produced 28 bushels pert acre or double Its present showing extraordinarye11n vIew of what European countrieS have darn with Inreror lolls and less invorlble climates There Is scarcely a limit at least tono has yet been reached hy the most Intcnslve cultivation to the ynl- e which am acre may to male to produce Right methods ot tarmlng without which no ngrlcllltuml coon try such liS this can hope to rental prosperous or even to esropc event oat poverty are not complicated are within the reach ot the most m oat means They include n study ot soilS Ilnd needs so as to adapt tilo ono to tho- t othEr n diversification et Industry Including OhG cultivation ot dme ont crops andtthonfsing or live Mock i careful rotation ot crops so thttthe load wm not be worn out by sari tea jslvo years of single cropping Intom gent fertilizing by tlmo system olntattoo by cultivating leguminous plant and above nil by the economic nni U ae of every partlclo of fertilizing mateil prom stock barns and yards lbarefu i selection ot groin used for aced and first of aU perhaps In lportlncejM substitution ofthe farm throng Iy tilted for the largo farm wltl4i t weed its gleatadeoraere Its abu- sedeoUu4 its thin products ikus akQ room for the new pop ulattGa wkoee added product will help restore our place I an exporter of foodstuffs Time fruit farmer the truck farmer every cultivator of the sea who has peclallzed Lie work hen learned the value of these aim pie prInciples The problem Is how to fmpress it upon the 30000000 or more SUch perhaps who live on the land and till It The modern agricultural method is both a moneymaker and a labor saver The cost of rent and product Ion for oonttrious wheat cropping averages 760 per acre When therefore the farmer obtains as so many In the Northwest do a yield of elght6r ten bushels per acre It just about meets- at average farm prices the cost of production leaving him either noth tag at all for his years toll or else debtI ot labor cover but Intelligently applied to a smaller area he might easily produce by Improved methods twenty bushels to the acre leaving hIm a profit of over 12 per acre The not unreasonable yield ot twenty eight bushels would net him 20 which Is 10 per cent for his land This gigantic waste applying the same measure to the production ot the entire country Is going on every year 1f It can be stopped the saving would pay for building n Panama Ca nal every year It would in two rears move than pay the estimated expense of Improving every available water way In the United States It would save moro money for the farmer than the railroads could It they car ried all his grain to market tree of charge- S 0 ChlldrriCryFOR CASTORIA The Cat and the Babys Breath Deceased came to her death from strangulation duo to a large black cat caught In the act ot sucking Jer breath as she slept This hIS been the verdict of moro than ono cor orners jury EWe Ann Thaxter 1 month and three weeks old daughter of John and Alice Thaxter 1i2101orn- lngdalo avenue Plttsburg IS one otI the most recent child victims to murdered by a black cat which trucked the braeth according to the coroners jury of Allegheny county According to the teslmony taken ot the inquest time cat was found with Its paws about the blbys neck and Its mouth info hers drawing out her breath Several physicians have Investigated the ancient story that oats suck the break ot babies and Dr J Rice Gldds declares that the theory Is JlJdl- culous Cats occaslooolly kill children ho declares but they do It Ill a tilt terellt fashion It has been stated that a cats nostrils are formed as to make n per feet juncture with the nose ot e baby said Dr Gibbs ands tt a little pressure would push 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house one acre ot lot good out buILdings at small mining town In Ohio county one mite from R R i Station In COMer of tlno farming country No competition In bulnesoo For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 1 miles cast of Hartford good dweLling and out building orchard plenty ot water 40 acres In Umber balance In good state of cultivation A tract of land on the Sulphurl Springs and Hartford public road one mite southwest ot Sulphur containing 100 acres well timbered1t 50 acres In cultivation splendid divot barn and out building A good Iling stud other conveniences atten a well kept farm 4N tract of land on Halls Creek ono mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres In Doi toms two barns and dwelling well kept Iud In good condition We dont own the property WeIare only agents for tM owners and our purpose is to bring together we serviceo y Change If no sale Is effected List your property with us or It you watt to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY a Hw qfl McCALL PATIERNS stmpitcltyandrellability en elt and town In the United States and- y Canada or by mall direct More sold than any other make Send lot tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE p More subscriber than other fashion mapzlnemillfon a month Javaluable Lat millineryplainetiquette good I 50 cents a year worth double Including a tree pattern Subscribe today or send for IAmple Copy WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS cataloguekTHE MCCIIL CO 235 t21 WS7Ua SL OW IOU a t l1 RAGE WASTE Lad rw 1 i TOLLe- d f i1TERRIBLEon a4 Thousands of Babies Di i E Needlessly Every Year7r 6 1 QuesyrCressyrtaift L Wilbur taia American rare wastemore serious Ibthan race suicide is pointed out in Census Mortality Bulelln No 104 in which it Is estimated that annually in the United Staes from 100000 to 200 t 000 babies under five years of ago die from preventable causes This great a 44 loss of life amoung the little ones at the period when they are most lov able could be prevented 4s the opinion a of Dr Cressy L Wilbur Chief Statls a tti tlclan for Vital Statistics of the Cen c sus Buraeu who prepared the bul t JlOUD on the basis of present day knowledge of sanitary measures For the accomplishment of effective pre f 1ventlve work in this direction Dr Wilbur holds that the prompt regis tration of all births and the more careful and precise Statement of cause of death by physicians are essential In analyzing and comparing the totals o obtained in the complication of r transcripts of death returns received l for the year 1908 by the Census Bu 1reaufrom the entire death registration area of the United States as sot forth in the bulletin those for age periods show a somewhat increased per cent 4 pof deaths of infants under one year for 1908 although the ratios for each of the individual years from one to four are identical for 1907 and 1905 Of the total number of deaths 691 574 returned for 1909 from the entire registration area it is stated in the bulletin that nearly onefifth were of Infants under one year of ago and over onefourth of children less than five years of age It is declared that the brute force of the figures repre seating the actual deaths is more impressive however than any ratios or than tho rotes of infant mortality 11 even if the latter cold be computed regIstration4fMore than oneeight of a million h 4 bobles under one year of age and fully 200000 children under five years of age died among about one half of the total population of the United States in the year mentioned It Is considered probable that fully 200000 more died in those cities and I states not included in the Census Bu reau death roglstartlon area In this yt t X connection Dr Wilbur quotes Prof Irving Fishers concluslno that of all I For 4 Sprains Sloans Liniment is the best remedy for sprains and bruises- It quiets the pain at once and can be applied to the tenderest fi part without hurting because it III doesnt need to be rubbed all you have to do is to larIt on lightly It is a ration and penetrates instantly relieves any inflammation and con gestion and reduces the swelling Heres the Proof Mr L ROLAND Bishop of Scran ton Pa saysOn the 7th of this present month as I was leaving the building at noon for lunch I slipped and fell spraining my wrist 1 returned in the afternoon and at pencil later and purchased a bottle of SloansJI fi 1 Lin1mentiandused It five or six tines before I went to lied and the next day I X trsuTabld togo to work and use tny 4 handas usual loans Liniment is an excellent anti and rm killerbeakcuts bums wounds and contusions and will draw the poison from stingof p- osnou insects S6oSOoandflOQSlnnn eflie iltrep and ent flee Address Dr Earl 8 Sloan Iettes Xw VMJL w the diseases of infancy haying the median age of one year 47 per cot may be prevented and that of the diseases childhood having median agotwofp eight years 67 per cent way be prevented alt does not Seem unreasonable considerereason why infants If properly born and this means simply tho prevention of antenatal diseases and tho Improvement of the health nnd condition of lIfo of their parents should die at all in early Infancy or childhood ex cept from the comparatively small proportion of accidents that are strict ly unavoidable TIle bulletin continues with a statement that the general death rae of a country is largely dependant upon its Infant mortality because the deah rates of infants and young children are high and they affect a rela tively numerous element of the popu latlon Exact study of the incidents of disease upon infancy and childhood is most Important and it is Imperatively necessary that hero should be more effective registration of births througbtout he Unled States for this purpose The extremely important rate known as infant mortality Is the ratio of deaths of Infants under one year of age not to population but to the number of children born alive during the year This most Import ant ratio should be readily available for the comparative study of deaths of infante in all of our states and cities but the bulletin states In the great majority of them unfortlnate ly the registration of births Is worth less and ratios calculated upon the returns would be deceptive and unre liable Take MENDENHALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria INSANE MAN BURNS HOUSE AND HAHN J E Bruce of Muhlenberg Coun ty Drives Family Away Greenville Ky Nov 9S E Bruce who lives near Bremen In this county was brought here and lodged in Jail charged with arson On Saturday morning Bruce drove his family consisting of a wife and six children away from homo and set his dwelling on fire and also destroyed another dwelling house consuming all of the household goods He then drove his stock consisting of mules horses cows and hogs in to his barn arid fastening theme up In it set it on fire destroying every thingNo one saw him commit the deed but some of his brothers and neighbors captured him and brought him to jail The deed has caused a fur ore of excitement In that community Bruce was tried in the County Court here in June and committed to the asylum at Hopkinsvillc but was re leased a few days ago as cured by the officers of that institution He has left a wife In destitute con dition and with six small children to support He will bo returned to the asylum Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA The Rev Irl B Hicks Almanac for 1910 Ready November 15th 1909 a splendid yearbook on astronomy and met eorology the only ono containing the Hicks Weather Forecast By mall postpaid 35c on pews stands 30c One copy free with a years subscription to WORD AND WORKS the Rev Irl B Hicks Monthly Magazine the best 1 monthly in America Discounts on Almanacs In quanlties Agents want ed Remember the genuine Hicks Forecasts are not published anywhere elseyou get them only in his own publications Word and Works Pub IIshIng Co 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo 17t4 Wont Slight a Good Friend- If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Deals Me for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing Us excellent results in my own family and others I am convinced it is best medicine made for coughs Colds and lung trouble Everyone who tries It feels Just that way Relief is felt atonce and Its quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrages Croup LaGrippe Soar Throat pain in the chest or lungs its supreme 50c and fl06 Trialkbottie free Gaurau teed by all Druggists y THEY SAW TWOREAL GHOSTS Two Specters Witnessed in One Night at an Old Mansion Two gosts have been eeen In noo evening at Renlshaw the residence of Sir George Sitwell near Chester field Relnshaw is an old house dat ing from 1625 and more than one ghostly legend Is associated with It Sir George who formerly sat In Parllment for Scharborough Is a grea antiquary and a good sportsman He was Instrumental In capturing a splr It at the London headquarters for the Spiritualists In 1880 Lady Ma Sltwell Is the sister of the present Earl of LoiuJcsborough Sir George Sitwells story appears It the Dully Mall as follows Last Saturday two ghosts were seen at Kclnshaw Lady Ida had been to Scarlorough to attend the lifeboat ball at which she sat up until 4 oclock In the morning and had returned home that afternoon After dinner party of slxI was absent for a few ourssat In a drawing room upstairs Lady Ida on u sofa facing the open door Looking up after speaking to a friend no her left she saw In the passage outside the figure of a woman apparently a servant with grey hair and white cap the upper part of the dress blue the skirt dark The arms were at full lenth and the hands clasped This figure moved with a very slow furtive gliding motion as If wishing to escape notice straight toward the head of the old staircase which I removed 20 years ago Lady Ida called out Whos that Whos that then the name of the housekeeper then to those who were nearest the door Run out and see who It is run out at once Two rushed out but no one was there The others Joined them and searched the hall and passages upstairs As they were coming down one of the party Miss R who was a little away from the rest exclaimed I do believe thats the ghost There in the full light of the archway below within 20 feet of her just where the door of the old ghost room used to stand until I removed it to put the present staircase in Its place she saw the figure of at lady with dark hair and dress lost in painful thought rlThecast no shadow It moved with a darkjnessnow up the staircase to the hall There is no doubt that these figures were actually seen as described They were not ghosts but phantomsre versed Impressions of something seen In the past and now projected from an overtired and nu excited brain In both cases the curious gliding move ment the absence of shadow the ab solute stillness of the figures which moved neither hand nor head and hardly seemed to breathe point to that conclusion Such an experiment goes far toward solving the ghost problem Ghosts are sometimes met with but they are not real ghosts There is more Catarrh In this sec tion of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurable For a great ninny years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly tailing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore constitutional treatment Halls Cat arrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts di rectly on the blood and mucous sur face of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circular and testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all Druggist 76c Take Halls Family Pills for con stlpatino Evolution of the Foot- It Is evident says E H Altken in the August Strand that in what is called the evolution of animal forms the foot came in suddenly when the backbone creatures began to live on the dry land thatls with the frogs How it came in is a question Which still puzzles the phylologlsts who can not find a sure pedigree for the frog There It is anyhow and the remarkable point about it is that tho foot of the frog is nat a rudimentary thing but an authentic standard foot like tho yard measure kept In the Tower of London of which all othen feet u are copies or adaptations This instru mont as part of the original outfit given to the pioneers of the brainy backboned and fourlimbed races when they were sent out to multiply and re plehdlsh the earth la surely worth considering well It consists essen tlally of a sole or palm made up of small bones and for five seperate dig Its each with several joints In the hind foot of a frog tho toes are very long and webbed from point to point In this It differs a good deal from the toad and there is significance In the difference The heavygalted toad satisfied with sour ants hard beetles and such other tare as it can easily pick up and grown nasty In consequence so that nothing seeks to eat It hobbled through life like a plethoric old gentleman until the present day on Its original feet The frog seeking better diet find greater security of life went back to tho ell ment In which it was bred and swim mlng much became better fitted for swimming The soft elastic skin between tho fingers or toes Is Just the sort of tissue which responds more readily to inward Impulses and we find that the very same change has conic about in those birds and beasts which live much In water I know that this Is not the accepted theory of evolu tlon but I am waiting until Itldll1lli became so We all develops In rection of our tendencies and shall I doubt not be wise enough some day give animals leave to do the same QUICKS a ooo PillS Will cleanse your liver and purl fy your blood and make you feel like a new man In Memory- On the evening of Octobre 9 1909 the angel of death came and removed from us our beloved grandmother Mrs Margaret Loney How wo miss her but we must bow In submission to the will of God who doeth all things well Her suffering on earth Is done and she Is now resting in peace with tilt redeemed on high She leaves five children twentysix grandchildren an twentythree great grandchildren and many friends who are saddened over her departure All was done for her that loving hands could do but Hho lived her alloted time eightyeight years five months and one tiny May we whether our days be many or few Strive to follow the straight and narrow path that leads to that land where death nveer enters and whore well never say good bye Violet i Lived 152 Years Wm parrEnglands oldest man married the third time at 120 worked earsllonger KYIshowsJust ike a eixteenyearold boy he writes aftter taking six bottles of Electric Bitters For thirty years Kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me I had found the greatest cure on earth a godsend to weak sickly 1heyreI old people Try them GOc Druggists An Essay on Man Man that is born of woman Is small riwlesI the undertaker hath him In his lea box He goeth forth In tho morning warbling like a lark amid Is knocked out iii ono round and two seconds In the midst of life he Is In debt and ho tax collector pursuuh hint winn ever he gcth He LCU fcth In ho bright su rghi to absorb ozone and meeteth the bank collector a sight draft for 357 The withI of his life is full of Ppllntcrs an slldfth down it with considerable rap- Idity He cometh homo in the even tide and meeteth tho wheelbarrow In his path And the wheelbarrow riseth up and smlteth him to tho earth and fallcth upon him runneth one of its legs Into his summer clothes and n blizzard strlketh him and fllleth him with woo and rheumatism In the early fall he putteth on his winter clothes and a wasp that abldeth there In fllleth him with great excitement He cometh home late from the club and the faithful watch Iog treeth him sltteth beneath until the rosy land He marrleth a redhaired heir ess with a wart on her nose mid the next day her paternal ancestor goeth under with few assets and great lia bilities and cometh home to live with beloved sonlnlaw I Smashes all Records- As an allround laxative tonic and healthbuilder no other pills can compare with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood strenthen the nerves euro Consti pation Dyspepsia Biliousness Jaun dice Headache Chills and Malaria Try them 2JTc at all Druggist I i The Foodof Vim I One plateful of MOTHERS OATS will produce more vim and vigor and energy andactionmore vitality more enthusiasm andmore endurance than many times the same bulkof meat fish fowl or cereals of lower foodvalue MOTHERS OATS are different from others oats and different from ordinary oatmeal They are put up in sanitary sealed packages But theres more to MOTHERS OATS than the package they are the best oats in the world the best selection of the best crops Every batch that comes to our mills is screened and only the ripe big grains are marketed They are not only sterilized but steamed to burst the proteidcells then rolled to render the cooking easy and after that MOTHERS OATS are crushed to hasten their digestion easy work for the stove easy work for the stomachand more work for the man Theres a coupon in every package of Mothers Cereals You can col lect enough of them in a little while to own a Fireless Cooker for nothing Your grocer will tell you how to get it free There are a number of ways and all of them make it worth while to buy Mothers CerealS Mothers Oats Mothers Com Mealwhite or yellow Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of the wheat Mothers llominyITHE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANYOPE- RATING MORE OATMEAL MILLS TitAN ANY OTHER ONE CONCERN AKRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSUURG ALBANY ST LOUIS WORLDS PRODUCTION OF PURE GOLD Fast Approaches Half Billion Dolloars Annually Tho November circular of the Na mlllII It Is estimated from data now lit hand thttt the worlds output of gold for 1909 will not bo less than 450000 000 as compared with the worlds product for 1JOS of 434000000 nail should the prcecnt rate of annual increase be maintained for tho next thre years It will In 1912 exceed 500000000 Them is every reason to expect that the worlds product will increjc an nually for sevtral years to conic The probable life of tho mines of the Rand has been the subject of much specu lation in mining circle the COUMIIMIS of opinion being that these mln will contribute largely to the worlin nu put of gold for at Ipflct a quarter oi n century At this time there IK no in dication of a decline In the gold pro duction of tho South African field On the contrary the output from thU source is growing from year to your Tho grontout tenure in these mine is rpretentud by the depth at which they can bo succowfuly worked In tho mites of nearly all other parts of the world boat increase one deter Parenhcit for every 35 vortlcfe fet of dopth obtained while in tho units of tho Rand tho Increase of heat U only ono degree Fahrenheit in 2C3 vertlclo feet This physical condition will admit of the successful working of these mines to a great depth and will much prolong the period of their productivity MENDENHALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed S S Roosevelt May Become a Factor Politicians already are taking In terest in hop reside tlli campaign of 1912 said J A Owen of Chicago at the New WJllard President Taft of course wants the nomination and probably will get It Tho long trip he is now making around the country is a forerunner of the campaign he will make In 1912 Of course he has the advantage and all the chances are In his favor ten renomlnatlon Still there may bo opposition to him by the Insurgent election in the House and Senate which oppose tho Tariff bill It is possible that this faction ofthe Re 5 f and- Energy publican party zany bring out a can didate of their own in the Middle West It would be either Senator Uol liver or Senator La Folletto Such a thing could happen Then Theodore Roosevelt may be come a formidable factor In tho cant paign There is no doubt that his bold on the masses is as strong as over and he has managed to keep in the limelight since leaving the White House lie will got a gront reception when he returns from Afrlcn He may consent to run teoially if the Kooe volt iollclf are not carried out by ton lost Kills to Stop tho Fiend The worst foe for 12 years of John Doyo of Sladwin Mich was a running ulcer Ho paid doctor over 40000 without benefit Then Uuukleii Arnica Salvo killed the ulcer and cure him Cures FoverSores Bulls Felons Eczema Salt Rheum Infaillibl for PillS Hums Surds Cuts Corn S5c at all Drug- gistQUICKS PillS I For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills The Telephone Girl The telephone girl sts still In her chair and listens to voices front everywhere She hears all tho gossip she hears all the news she knows who I happy und who line the bines she knows all our sorrows she know all our Joys she known every girl who Is chasing tho pays knows of our trou bles she knows of our strife she J V knows every man who talks mesa to his wife she knows every time wo arc out with the boys sho heart the exscues each fellow employs she knows every woman who has a dark past she knows every man who Is In clined to be fast In fact theres a secret beneath each saucy curl of that quiet demure looking telephone girl If the telephone girl told all that sho knows it would turn half our friends Into bitterest foes she could sow a small wind that would soon be a gale engulf us in trouble and land us in Jail sho could let go a story which gaining in force would cause half our wives to sue for divorce she could get all our churches mixed up in n fight and turn all our days to sorrow ful nights in fact she coud keep the whole town in a stew if shell tell a tenth part of tho things that sho knew Oh brother doscnt it made your head whirl when you think what you owe to the telephone girl MENDENHALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills ancl Fever Guaranteed S Hartford Republican xt according to law at the r tomdlI Hartford KT u man muter of the acond- elaaa 10 C M BARNETT EDITOR 3L3PX0U3Sllicumb lan rO US 30 Cb 2UyeZ2FRIDAY NOVEMBER 12 But The proposed Good Roads onsUtu- tlonn Amendment Seems to have bee lost at the recent elcUon because it was mIsunderstood by the voters Wonder what became of the hundreds of Republicans In Ohio county reported by the 1llU1ttord Herald 80W many tImes to bo In open ald agaInst the ticket the There should be no subterfuge or any kind to gaIn votes nothIng to as muddy the politIcal watery Hart ford Herald Pray tell us to what not subterfuge your candIdates resorted to or In order to gaIn Yotosccw OhIo county gave the largest Re no publican majorIty at the late electlou for given by any county west or LouIs to vllle Wonder it thIs will attract any attention to us from the State and National administrations The Owensboro InquIrer seems to he greatly dIsturbed over the Itepub- llcan old victory lu OhIo county at the late election In Its dally etlldons sInce then It has referred to the elecch tlon In OhIo county no less than forty has times by actual countcrIt seems that DrtCkenrldge county c Republicans after all theelr mistakes pulled through bya narrow marglu with theIr county tIcket except theoc CIrcuit Court Clerk whose name wasfrl loft oft the certificate of nomination II mistake and waSlie not placed on tho ballotdeAny way the number tIndepend eat voters In both parties still Increases Is and the man elected to office who does not make a good official may not count so sure on the support or the voters hereafter Sometimes thoughthey make a mllotake and turn out an official who has been faithful to his trust It Over intlnoSecond Cottresefoaal District the Democrats are having Iiw three cornered race for the Congresa- fonal nomination It It none of oural fight but It seems to us that then non LeVegn Clements of county stand the best show to wintit of the trio It we were allowed to selects a man whom the Uepuhllcans It most olIily defeat we would not select Mr ClementscThe elections throughoutKentucky last week were purely local and eet tIed nothing whatever with reference alto the Sato election two years hence It to true that the loss of Loulwvlle h to the Republicans wm be n distinct loss In the next Sato ulectlonbeceuse- of the lmprolJabllt that a fair elee tlon can be held with John Whallln In the saddle However thIs Is offset to some extent by the fact that LexIngton where the elections have been unfair for years has repudiated the rIng and may give the people hot ter thIngs In the future ItTl1oInnndlIartrord Herald No doubt members of your organization and late can Il1dates would like to know who dbthom was lacking In ability or presc Use or populurltY It you would ac cept the opinloq of a Republican woCI tlUteelthat for honesty integrity and industry In the campaign work you leave never had a better sot of nominees In the history or Olio county Vlnat man among you could have worked snore faithfully nt greater sacrifice than Dudley Ford J P Sander ur Hooker Williams andtJ L Massie It Is bad enough a man to lead a forlorn hope and suf fer defeat wlUJout having to be Sen Lured for tt by his party Organ The Louisville Republicans were handicapped in the election this fall to tly the renomlnatlon of Mayor Grin stead who was dearly ineligible acid who brought down upon hIs head the w open Sunday Advocates and liquor loc- opie generally while he seems to have thetempernee a thIs loss lIo was also unpopular In his lu own party because when elected before ho turned down his ardent 1Ui irlends and appointed his enemies to oft1ce and retained large numbers of Democrats who had made themselves In obnoxious to Republicans In other year by their extreme parUsanshlp the It looked for a while as though Grin for stead would win out notwithstanding and all these handicaps and that the old not rwJ1rJends r vetBed It stands however andwU1- stand as long as our yOf govern meat shaUI The men who use ttnetr friends to club the hill and then scorn them thefrhatir ot triumph wU never succeed and why should they We never see an instance of this kind but the following couplet occurs to over and over again To hIm friendship was ambitions ladder Whereunto the cUmber upward turns his face when ho attains the topmost round He then unto the clouds turns his face Scorning the base degrees by which ho dId ascend Under the head An Ernest Talk Democrats the Hartford Her this week seeks to account for continued supremacy or the Re publlron Party In OhIo county IlS svpll for the impotency or the Democratic organization It the article did contaIn so many doleful notesI the funeral dirge It would be eXC amusing For Instance thet contends that there has been change id Democratic principles the past twenty years und falls find that thcro has been any great change from Democracy to the Re Jlubllcan party through whIch to ac ount for the political complexion In Ohio county Shades of Jefferson and Hickory Jackson Neither ot these Democratic heroes would recognize- a single line or Democratic prin of to day It has been the In Democratic Principles whIch wrought the change from a Demo majority of 500 to 800 In Ohio county twenty years ago to practi ally the same Republican majority now Hundreds or Ohio county Dtmlf refused to follow Bryan and silver Later they continued to refuse to follow him In his antlim campaIgn and then when he tree silver doubtless more or refused to follow him The floral says we firmly believe Ohio comfy bemocraUc under normal cnodltlons Then we bare had no normal con dltlons for twenty oars The Heralds editor would have n aomplote- reurgaatzaUon of Us prart In the County and Insinuates that the wrong roan are at the head of party affairs also takes n number or tits lae Democratic nominee to task for refusing to wear the party insignia theI Democrat on their cards e- do not think title Is kind in the HerI bemuse these gentleman recog izing that there was a Republican to overcome attempted to and did secure In many in- tances a large Republican veto and 1a evident that 4hay da not agree with the herald that Democratic prin have not changed It Is evident also that these candidates themselves worn not In harmony wIth of the Democratic priniplos M sot forth at present or they would not ave been ashamed to label themselves Democrats They douJnlloss recognize the fact that both parties have changed to some extant from their moorings on certain great questions which have In the past dlstlI1XXI1 oenthomlwhichadded to that already largo and over ncreasing lndepouded vote from which they hoped to draw by tall to draw particular attention to fact that they ware Democratic While It Is none of our yet we rail to nee any jus- ification for the Heralds criticisni- of its organization end its nominees believe that they made the very tight passible under hopeless and that each one of theIr candidates deserves praise instead of for the excellent fIght whIch made agaInst overwhelming adds The Gold Brick in Free Hides The Springfield Republican apologizes for tho New England Shoemakers and protests that they did ncr hand the country a gold brIck when they carried through their ag for free hides It says that he hIGher prla s are duo to a worldwide I szarcity In hides That Is just exactly what we have been saying here In Iowa Out n- New England they said that the high priced hides and leather wee due the Tariff on rides The tariff was tho whole evil Take ort the Tariff and let In foreign supplies and leather ill be cheaper and we will turnlshI you with cheaper shots were under tree hides But now we have free hides and shore going to be higher Instead of lower price Why didnt those agitators the country n gold bricks DId promise what they have not alto to deliver The only penc wo see In the situation Is that the case or hides It has beenprovtd that it was not the Tariff that made high prices We had beard that years Now we have tree hides leather Is higher The Tariff was to blame There are ocher ways In the Tariff lies been lied about Rapids Republican HAS 1115 IDEAS r WELL INIIAND Taft Will Dictate Message f in Short Time Financial Legislation iIt is Brought Up Will beina Special Message Agutsa Ga Nov 8 President Tart brought his stay In Augutsa 10n clc today after officiating at the openIng of the GeorglaCarollna Fair Cover nor Drown of George and Governor Ansel of South Carolina also were present at the opening ceremonies and made brief nddrcsss Following his speech at the fair grounds the President was driven through tho city a short time and then took the for Florence S C where ho will stop for nn hour and II half thIs morning on his way to WilmIngton NC The president will spend Tuesday In WilmIngton and Wedneeday in Richmond reaching Washington at the end of his 13OOOmlle journey at 83i oclock Wednesday evening The President is due to attend a meeting of the Yale Corporation at New Haven ou the 15th and will go to Norfolk the 19th and to Hampton Y3 the 20th returning to Washington the morning of November 21 It Is not likely that the PresIdent wilt do any work on his message to Con gress until after his Norfolk trip HeI has the message pretty well an hand far IlS Ideas are concerned and It will not take hint long to dictate the document once ho gets down to it The President has already outlined the esentfal points ot the message In his speeches during the present trip The details of his recommendations as to the nmnedmcnt or the lnterstnte commerce and antitrust laws however have yet to be formulated for he will not receive the report of Attorney General Wlckorsham and his other advisers on thIs spl and his other advisers on this subject until after his return to Washington The matter of financial legislation brought to the attention of the flex session or Congress nt all uudoubed- ly will be treated within n special me sage There Is strong likelihood that In view of the ninny other matters that are pressing for attention In the Presidents program of recommended legislation tho financial and currency measures will knit until the session beginning In December 1910 Ihero also line been much talk of an extra session In the fall of 1910 to take up the subject The President and the Insurgent It will not be surprising Ir pres dent Tart shall return to Washington a wlsor stronger better Pro teotienist than he was when lie do parted on his extended Western tour Wo confidently predict exactly this result of his recent experiences and observations The long journey has been produetire of sonic interesting and instructive developmens Pruvlou to the trip the Insurgent politicans and newspapers were profuse In warm pratre of the Presidents advanced attitude on the Tariff bill or 1909 un der protest that lIe lint appointed the flew Tariff hoard with distinct refer ence to lyIng the foundation for radical Tariff reductions and that he had fully made up his mind to preserve In the crusade fur Tariff reform the Insurgents counted him confidently ns one of them and looked to him for leadership and countenance In their Tariff ripping designs Accordingly they commended him most cordIally Then came the celebrated speech of September 17 at Winona Minn In which President Taft not only praised the new act as best Thrift law ever enacted and announced hIs purpose to take no further steps toward Tariff revision durIng hIs tern Ot office but went further and actually censUred the Insurgents for having nuide a break In party solidarity la voting against the Tariff bill Presto change His whlldom adulatory friends became his bItter critics and toes pturgid by the rober barons Surrend ered to the standpattera Obntl9Cor- of reform these have beensomo or the choice epithets applied to the erstwhile Idol of the Insurgents Newspaper satellites of the bolting senators have changed frompsc to censure No longer do we admiring encomiums of Tart 1J1the this Moines Register and the St Paul Dispatch PIoneer Press the Indianapolis Star and theKan1 sas City Star The fair frankpetrlot and statesmanlike speech at Winona converted them from friends tiiuIemles y r This then is one oftthe bestpro ducts or the big Western tour been full of InstrucUoit for the Pres a l c V ident lie has learaed that the ladoi i meat of certafa people is too ucer tats a quae4tdty to depend UpOn and that their blame Is better thaw their commendation lie would be less than the wholehearted and throughly human man that he Is Jf he did not resent such treatment We believe that ho does resent It and thn4i he has concluded that It Is hotter to stun well with the great body of Amex cans who believe in ProtectIon than to win the fickle favor or the In surgents and reformers It this shall prove to he tho case and It President Tart returns to Washing ton flrztdy resolved upon the enforcement of the Tariff law In all or Its strIct Protectionism from all bolt ers and mischief makers calling their selves Republicans no one need be surprised It was a consummation de voutedly to bo wIShetIAmerJcan Economist iv SELECT Nov 8The spelling given at this place last Friday night was enjoyed b all present Mr and Mrs Guy Ranney vIsited relatives and friends here SUP Messrs Earl Smith and John H Keown of near hero attended the has quot given by the K O T M or Hartford They report n fine time und spoke words of praise for the Hart ford team Prof J Alex Rhodes vIsited Centet town ono day last week Mr J W Keown and wife are sisit Ing theIr daughter Mrs Silas 110 helmer near Hartford Mr Avery Stewart and wlfeCrom well visited Mr J J Stewart Sunday Severn from Oak Grove attended the spelling given here last Friday night Mrs Ann Norman Is visiting friend and elatlves In Hartford for the past tow 6ays The address given at Cromwell Sat urday night by Cot M T Elkton In- be1llt or the Maccabees of that plac was highly enjoyed by all present Mr Ulay Daugherty and wife Ron frow visited theIr daughter here Sunday Mr GImlet visits here quite often on buslner- Mlr S M James who has been on the sIck list the last few daysis able to be out again IMr C F Miller Is erecting a new on Ills farm near here und preparing to move to the farm Success to The Republican p CLEAR RUN Nor 9RoVI U E Fuqua filled his regular appointment here nt the Dap tlst church Saturday and Sunday ant began a protracted meeting Sun day night Wo are having some rain at last which Is very badly needed Mrs Jesse Taylor who has beet sIck for several days Is some better Mrs I C Hoover Is very ill at this writing Mrs O R Lensley and children or ttfe Washington neighborhood Mrs Jesse Taylor and Mrs D L Sharpe and baby spent Monday with Mrs CIII hoover Mrs Altlm Leisure spent a few das with Mr McKelvie and family last week Mr and Mrs Jacob hover of Bar neUs Creek anti n largo number of r- atives and friends gate their son Mr Osvil Hoover a pleasant surprise last Saturday In honor of hIs 21st birthday All ot his brothers and sister were present but one Every guest came wIth well filled baskets ant 1- sllllnded dinner was served In all there was ono hundred and sixteen Mr Marion Roach and Miss Lfllh Whittaker or Panther neighborhood were quietly married attl1o home of Rev R E Fuqua Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock In the presence of a few frIendsMIss Beatrice Newcom Is spending n few days with her slster ot Darn etts Creek nt this wrIting Several from hero attended the birthday dinner at Mr Jacob Hoover last Saturday Mrs Altha LeIsure Is preparelng to go to Owensboro next weekto spend the winter with her finMr J W Leisure Messrs D L Sharpe Rusaw Wel her Morgan Frank I3artletl and Ishmeal Bartlett went to Hart ford yesterday Notice The regular inspection of Co H 3rd Jnrt K S G will be held Monday Nov 15 IDOl nt 8 oclock P nr Any officer or soldier absentIng himself from this inspection without permission will be subject to n statutory fine of five dollars or the punjshmcnt prescribed by the Articles ordersIheld Thursday and Saturday evenings of this week Nti member ot the com pang should mIss either or these frills Respectfully JlL DeWEESE Capt 3rd nttfKs p- tom Co H J aiC aYi tilfytfay iW FARMERS MEET IN INSTITUTE Successful two Days Session I HeldHere J Variety orAgricu1t Subjects Discussed by Competent Instructors The Ohio County Farmers Institute meet in Hartford Monday and Tuesday with a good attendance Alney TIchenor was elected President Mrs James Cecil Vice President Walter Campbell Second Vice President and Henry Pirtle Secretary and Tress urer The oxerctses began with prayer by- GD Llkensnnd a weleome address b C M Darnott which was responded to by J A McClure Dudley Ford wa elected delegate to attend the Stat o Institute the date for which has not yet been set Alternates J D Taylor and E G Austin After election o officers Mr W H Clayton gave a Interesting talk ou legumes The In stitute adjourned nt ll oclock to givo way to the A S of E until 130 The afternoon sessIon was called to order by the director J AMcCluro who made an Interesting talk on corn the selection ot seed corn and the cub ovation of same lie was followed by Mr John P Foster on the same subject It was moved by Albert Cox and seconded by G N Taylor that the local speakers be limited In time U ten minutes Mr W H Clayton made an Interesting talk on The Outlook for Orchardlng lu Kentucky Adjourned to meet at 9 oclock Tuesday morningThe met Tuesday morning at io oclock but owing to the In clement weather the attnedanco was small Mr Clayton made an Instructive talk on the Spray pump on the farm Mr Edgar Doehm talked on the pro spectlves of the canning factory to bo located In Hartford At the after noon session Mr McClure and Mr Clayton made talks on tile growth of apples After Mr Claytons talk the following men pledged themselves to meet one halt day In each month and Mr Edgar Doehm Mr James Cecil and M C Ford wore appointed to are mango a program for the meeting which Is to be held the first Satur day afternoon Ill December Messrs John Foster and Alney Tichenor were appointed n commtttoo to broaden the work The following are the names of those who pledged themselves to attend the regular monthly meetings J P Foster Edgar Boehm- J D Taylor T D Wilson C N Tay lor JOhn H Burden D F Dean C E Flener Mayworth Darnard Joe A Hacker M C Ford Roy Hatcher Emory Schroeter Charles Derry Hen ry M Plrtle Jesse Barnes and W M Flener following resolutions was ad IIThe Resolved that It Is the sense of the OhIo county Farmers Institute that Agriculture should bo taught In the pUblic schools Futher that the thanks or the farmers should be ex tended to Mr McClure and Mr Clay ton for their splendid work durIng the Institute Ladies Take Notice wo can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kId gloves and muffs All work guaranteed PrIces reaSOn able Hartford PressIng Club MANDA Nov 9Tho farmers are very busy gathering corn and statpptng tobacco Mr mad Mrs V W Wilma and children of MeHonry arc visiting Mrs Mr and MrsWJ1sonsJlarentsZ T Rev it pDeckor McHenry Is via fling his brother Mr J F Dock at this writing Mr and Mrs A H stewart ot this place vIsited relatives at Balz town last week Mr Ray Stevensor PJncblco Is Via IUng his ster ors Leeland and Nan nio Rafferty Mr Cleveland Balsa of McHenr Is visiting friends and relativea at this place Several from tlyls place attended fAILfD s- RESTORED BY P i4Catarrh of the Lugs- Threatened Her Lifer t hiss ITlnetto porterDralntreo Vor mont writes 1fIhav r boon oared by Peruna Ifl had several hemorrhages of the lungll The doctors did not Gelp me munch and Would never have cured me s- I saw a testimonial In a Petunia rr 7 almanac of a case similar tomine and I commenced using It I WAS not able to watt on myself when I began using It I gained very slowly at lint but I could see that It t was helping mo After I had taken It awbUo Icom- menced to raise up s stringy sticky aubstanco from my lungs This grew less and less in quantity as Icontinued the treatment I grow more fleshy than Ihadbeen for a long time and notiv I gait myselt- woL 0 h meeting IIt Mt Zion last Sunday A serIes of meetings will begin 11t- r lilt Zion on Monday night after the fourth Sunday In this month Everybody como and have one snore good meeting together Mr O I Greer is teaching us It We wishevery die 4IThe death angel visited the home of Mr Netter Sandefur Nov the 8th and book from them their darling babeNofa She was n swet little babe nearly 16 months old Weep not dear parents us those who have no hope Let us live In such a way that we may meet her in that homo on high where parting Is no more Noras little lIro Is ended her work an earth Is done In JeSus arms she is rest big until the resurrection aromaI Commonwealth Docket November Term 1909 t J 4344 Comth vs Jamt6 1Hpy 4343 Com th vs James Espy 4344 Comth vs James Espy 4345 Comth vs James Espy 4449 Comth VS R W Ragland 4454 Comth YS F D McNally 4499 Comth vs Herman Bryant 4500 Comth vs Otis Daughorty 4536 COmth vs Flora DurdenI4549 Comtb vs RamIe Durdette 4562 Comth vs S M Phillips 4563 Comth vs S M Phillips 4564 Comth vs S M Phillips 4565 Comth vs S M Phillips f4566 Comth vs S M Phillips 4576 Comtlr vs Louis DavIs t t4590 Comth vs D Powers et al I 4594 Comth TS W V Mldkitl et al 1 4594 Comth vs John Amos 4597 Comth vs Leslie Thomas 4600 Comth vs Louis Weinberger 460S Coroth vs Roy Elder 4606 Comth vs Joe Elder 4607 Comth vs John McDanIel 4608 Comth vs John McDaniel 4611 Comth YS Sam Prestoni4612 Comth vs Tom Cruhan 4614 Comth vs Gilbert Hayse 4615 Comth so Jesse D Grant 4616 Comth vs John McDaniel 4617 Comth ye John McUanlel 4624 Com tb vs E Allen et al 4625 Comth vs C Dockery 4626 Comthvs Chester TJ1tord 4627 Oosnth vs Chester TJltord 4628 Comth vs Chester TJ1ord 4629 Comtln vs Ohlle Preston 4632Comth 6 Jesse D Grant 4630 Com h vs C Dockery 4633 Comth vs Jobo Vllson 4602 C mthvs Roy Crowe 4638 Comth vs E A Dockery 4639 Comth vs E A Dockery 4640 Com v E A Dockery 46U Comlh vs E A Docker 4642 Comth vs E A Dockery 4G37 Comth vs RIchard Raymond 4643 Comth vs Alzonzo Wells 46U Comth vs Den Burgess 4646 Comth vs John Goodmana4647 Camthvs HarrIson Peach et at r 4652 Comth vs Sam Collins 4601 Comth VSo Llge Crowe SECOND DAY 4655 Comtn vs Chas D Fulkerson 4667 Comth vs Tom White et a1 4658 Comth vs Sherman Slsk et w f 4659 Comth vs Grover MorrIs 4660 Comth vs Leslie Phillips C 4661 Comth vs Chas Condor 4662 GomthyssLeo Akerson ot ale 4663 Comtb vs E Puillam 46GComth Vs 4665 Comth YlJH Ralpht4666 Comth vs Lee ord4667 Comth vs Harrlsom helps J 4668 pomth vs Hyatte Baker I 14669 Comth vs Luther Lo 9670 GomUi vs Cl la l1ini4672 Comth yt Ed Jncksohct al Fo Coughs and Colds iJ Mchronicthese casesAyers Cherry Pectoral Your doctor knows all about it Ask him what he thinks offt No medicine 44 closetouchIgo alcohol in this coughmedicine CAge Co eIlM laxative c t S ia g t Cre J l Clothing Advice L W ed C We have always been recognized as CLOTHING HEADQUARTERS From season to season we strive to improve the line To say that our JFall Suits and Overcoats excel 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 usc F t ftHartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1- 2IIIlnolsCentraIRaltroadTime Table At Beaver Dam KY North found Nonlh Round- No1S2dee4OSam No121du1100am- Nolfdue1220 p m o 101 due 2a8 p m lfo t02 due 245 p m So LSldue845m- Dr J T larlUn Dr H J Den Ha din Hell Dentists Office upstairs In Republican build lng Hartford Ky We employ all the latest methods In Dentistry Allwork done as nearly painless as can be done today We make p specialty of teeth without plate We do painless extracting either with a local or general anesthetIc We invite you to give us a trial as a pleased patient1 eour best advertisement All workguaranteed Consultation and examination Free lhone 213m I tiW H Moore Son Islip pay cash for hides and furs fI Take your butter and eggdto Moore II Bons meat market 4 Try the ne City Restaurant fordII good square meal ARBUCKLE cd PROPS FpIWst class groceries see Hart- fordLi ry Company In A D Hhlls building bir 0 Ur OBa onh s purchased on DrE W Patterson a cottage regldenc e on White avenue Consid- orationV 500 onI LIayues otLeItChtleld i ivbo i parttord to look after scene legal paid use a pleas ant call WedxelidY Born to wifeofMr Singleton- Howardlranear Nocreek on the 6t- inst afine 8pound Mother t and 4 child gettingalong nicely J k Bring me your eggs 20c per doz en NOAH WHITE Seventeen pounds best Granulated Sugar 100 NOAH WHITE For a quick meal or lunch go to the City Restaurant You will be plea ed with the attention and prIces Everything In seaSon that Is good to eat will be found at the City Restaurant undre the new management Mr NOM White has rented and will soon move from his present Stan Union Street to the house recently vacated by James Lions grocery on Center Street Mrs James Nance and sister Miss Corinne Woodward spent Monday In Owerisboro leaving here at Ii oclock In the murnlng and returning at 10M r atnightMr Moreland has sold his to Interest In the business known as the 44 Ohio County Supply Company to Messrs R D Martin and SADratch- It Is not known what bustn s Mrf dand will engage In In the future For fresh crop sour pickles In barrel kraut Herring Navy Kidney and butter beans prepared buckwheat E flour sun drIed and evaporated peaches Faintly groceries Mackerel lard fresh and curedmeatS call at PW Ho MOORE SONS Meat Marketloil Clarence Allen Beaver Dam wet with a very paInful accident when his horse Jell with him near Sanderfuls CrossIng last Saturday The horse caught hIs foot lt a hQlo In a bridge and fell throwtbg him forward striking his race on the bridge timber bruisIng him pretty badly Mfsncz Ward df the Nocree- heighborhood who has been confine to her room the past few weeks hlldbed fever is still quite sick He Condition Is such that It was neces train tledensboro Monday morning who bast charge of the case Messre DI ckgBlikheadhave soil their business in Hartford tQ AieesraLutliel t4 mid Fre Co per of DeaverD fuiv1o have already toe of kin charge Th- transer sale Includes the line and geherat lIvery bust nese but the old firm Whl retain I3 the freight and heavy hauling d- ttartmedt e This Jon of the n s IIHne well undo the new managementlUJh at did under the old r r J Judge J 8 Wilson of our CIty was fa Louisville on legal business yesterday The Infant sod of Mr Walter Kennedy oftheeast Hartford neighborhood Is quite ill of abcePB of the breast Messrs Larkin Williams Beaver Dam Esq J M aruhm Narrows Rev Tichenor Matanzas were among our callers yeSterday Mrs Jape Spangler died last FrIday night at the residence of Mr George Bennett near Deda and was bur rled ttt Mt Harmon cemetery on Saturday er She had been ill far a long time and her daath was notunexpect lIe srs J J Nolson of the Fords vllle neighborhood H J Roach of the Sugar Grove neighborhood J T Davis Sunnydalc J D Taylor and N Taylor Rob Roy and G D Royal East Hartford were among our callers Tuesday The protracted meeting which had been In progress at the Christian Church here tor several weeks closed last Friday night It was a very Interesting and successful meeting and It resulted lu 14 additions to the church two conversiuns and two confessions Rev DucJmer was well liked here and had splendid audiences lit each service N Mr G W Feagln who has been chief surveyor and civil engineer for the M H E railroad and whot headc9arterahereMonday with Ida family for HopkinsI vllle Ky where ho will be chief en L railroad In a 111byteparture from among us as they have endeared themselves to all with whom they have como In contact but wren tnem much happiness in thou new home Big Tax Collection Shelff R D Martin reports to us that during the month of November ho and his able corps of Delmutfea collected 3260606 This Is the largest amount or taxes ever collected In Ohio County In a single mouth and speaks well rcr tho energy and R D MARTIN promptness or the sheriffs office That amount collected has been dls of as follows Paid to J l- oore Car Trees 14G0730 pall to State Tree Farley 1186227 Paid J M DeWeese School tax 3709 Dog tax 811ili2 Total 31Ob1 b3IAmong the LodgesIHartford Eastern Star Chapter held an Interesting meeting last Monday night and heard report from Mrs W Ford delegate to the Gran d Chapter at Paducah Rough River Lodge No 110 K or conferred the first rank on one candidate at awoll attended meeting t ast Tuesday evening The lodge will have work In the second and third ranks next Tuesday sight when m light luncheon will be served EVery member le expected to attend The Odd Fellows lodge Monday night Instructed the building om mlttee to close II deal for the poi on Clay arrest near thee depot for a new lotskbdmeetingf Thre members are and good work being dune There will be work In he IhlU tory and perhaps In the degree Monday night Nov 22nd The local l B9bees had a Swell meeting at the hall last Thurtduy night when an elegentbangdet Was served by the ladle of the Aid Society the tethodlst church during whi splendid talks were made byOom loonier Elkin of Lexinton and Eld ckngrof Owensboro After the banquet six candidates were given lbI largestfDiaccabeesn Hartirod more than on- ehuudleddag piesolitt 1 ReL DOYDh OES ABSOLUTELY FREE Was Charged With the Murder of Hawes but is Freed on Grounds of Self Defense I The trial of Mr R L Dod n form Ohio county citizen charged wIth murder at Mt Vernon Indiana which was begun last week ended Wednts day and resulted In Mr Dod being cleared or tile charge He had been Indicted at Evnnsvlllo Ind hut till trial heel been transferred to bit Vernon on his motion A Mt Vernon dispatch to the EvansvJlo Courier dlecusses the ovl- dence Introduced In tile trial In brief as follows liekilledqn Louisville and Nashville railroad Boyd boarded with Howes and Is said they became estranged over the alleged conduct of Boyd toward Mrs IIawes Time moo had quarreled on several occasIons and It hi said that each hal threatened the life of the other They mot on tIle L railroad bridge In Lower Wator street on the night of August 2i when oyd pulled n revolvre and fired tour The first three shots mined hut the fourth shot struck Hawfs In tho right side lie lived two days The state Introduced witneres to how that when Ilawos was shat head his hands up over his head cry ug for mercy The defense showed several wltlllsses that Hnwos had- hreatened Dod and that the latter thought his live was In danger when he met lIaweson the fatal night In Memory Of Pearl Chinn who departed this lIro October 17 1909 Dear little Pearl heard the summons of God and gently laid down the cares or lire and passed to her homo lu 1I00en She was four years old The funeral services were conducted by Rev II P Drown after whIch her ronumtns were Interred In the GIton liner cemetery She Is survived by n rather mother and grapdpareutswho are sadly bereaved She was n swtet kind hearted and affectionate child and loved by all who knew lllr Her mummy cunning hide ways will linger In time minds or her parents and klndredlmt her voice and footsteps will be heard no more on earth lt was hard to bid farewell o darllnF little pot yet We Ule con soled with the hope that WI play mmut tmJlkImaker and builder Is God A Friend A Worthy Boys Promotion Mr J Ney Foster one of lIartCollla most wuetlmy mid progressive young men after a vltit to his mother and sister here left last Friday morning over the M II E for lIurl1lns burg where lie goes tu take charge of the loll1th District Leader u thriving newspaper which dlr Foster and others bore bought and of which Noy will be editor and manager Young Iosterstlse III the newspaper 11rl- 1lesslan has been little less than Ilhe- nomenat With only bout two years experience In the business ho ltcs already held positions ps editor or nuutagor of several newspapers In Kentucky lie seems to have a natural talent for the work which lie wIsely follows up lie Is a young man of exceptional ability atlll worth with a charm ur personal attractive nets umcernbmg his new churge tIa Fourth District Leader in its Itt issue says The owners of this paper are 1n- currespondenre with Mr J N Foe er of Catlettsburg Kt with the 11- 1tentlon of securing lrlm as the perma neat editor and business manager or The Leader lie is a hlghClaS young man with expcrlence in the business Born and reared In the adjoining county of Ohio he has such knowledge of our needs and wants as would of Great wnluc as an editor We are hopeful of being able to close a contract with hi- mGUNS GUNS Hove Just Received 0- Lorge Line Of Shot suns Rifles Target Guns AMMMUNITION SHELLS ETC And respectfully asks you to call see the largest and best line of Shot Guns ever in Hartford Prices the lowest GrocerymanIII CAI II CHOICOGGERY We Come to You Selection of Underwear Collars Hose Every garment the best makers prices makes it to make a CountsAsMens Underwear 50c 75c 1 125 Mens Shirts 50c Neckwear 25c 50c Hose lOc15c 25c now while all complete andmake the season Clothing E P BEAVER We do not neglect the Underwear It is essential for your welfare comfort andappearance to have proper under garments Union Suits for children and women have come into generaluse but not until recently have men realiz ed that it is the proper Underwear There is a vast differ ence in the make however We are now selling Superior Union Suits for men which is the ideal garment No better fit comfort or appearance could be desired Remember we clothe you from the skin out Superior Union Suits Cluett Shirts and Collars Frat Clothing with Holeproof Socks and Crossett Shoes which make lifes walk easy All this and more at the depend on store Barnard CO Hartford Ky r- TI THE HUDSON RIVER It Has Seen Known by at Least Twen ity Different Names In course of the pest 400 pears the Hudson has been known by at least twenty different names and oven today In New York at any rateIt Is Indifferently referred to both as tho Hudson and tho North river While Henry Hudson Is universally acclaimed as discoverer of the noble river which bears his name It is well known that nearly a century be fore Hudsons successful exploration John da Verrazano a Florentine en tered the mouth of tho Hudson and reported that he had passed up the river about a league In a boat not venturing to sail his vessel the Dauphine up a river with which he was unfamiliar A sudden squall impelled him to return to his ship Verrazano called the Hudson the river of steep hills This was In 1524 Some years later Verra znnos brother made a map of the region and be named the mouth of the Hudson San Germano In 1525 a Spaniard named Gomez who came to America on an exploring trip made a chart upon which he des ignated the Hudson as San Antonio When some eighty years later Henry Hudson In his efforts to reach the East Indian possessions of the Dutch East India company by a northwestern route accidentally ran Into the Hudson he promptly dubbed It the Mnnhattes from the name of the Indians who dwelt at Its month Hudson sailed slowly up the river ns far as Albany and his experiences with the Indians and his observations of the surrounding country were so gratifying that he returned home with glowing reports of the new found countryThe at once realized that great commercial advantage might be gained In the new territory and various companies were organized to colonize and Exploit it In 1C10 a charter was granted to the Netherlands company and the tiirer Vafl there referred to as De HI- vlcre van der Vorst Mauritius In bon or of Prince Maurice of Orange- In various other charters granted at this time and public documents In which the river was mentioned it was spoken of as the Groote Riviera the Noordt river the River of the Man battens and the Rio de Montague In addition to these names the In dians had a number of others for ItI cahohataiteaAs late as 1754 the river was referred to by a French writer as the River Orange When the English took possession of New Netherlands they persistently called the river Hudsons river and despite the many otber names by which It was known that name finally stuck although many of the early colonists spoke of it as the North river Sn contradistinction to the Delaware river which was commonly known as the South river Cincinnati Enquirer A Story of Stevenson After one of Dumas plays which he saw presented In Paris and In which a man employs nn unworthy stratagem against a woman Robert Louis Steven son wrote- I came forth from that performance In a breathing brat of Indignation On the way down the Francois stairs I trod on an old gentlemans toes where upon with that suavity which so well becomes me I turned about to apolo gize and on the Instant repenting me of that Intention stopped the npoJoyI midway and added French to this effect No You are one of the persons who have been applauding that piece 1 retract my apology Said the old Frenchman laying his hand on my arm and with a smile that was truly heavenly In temperance irony good nature and knowledge of the world Ah monsieur vous etes blen jenny Ah sir you are very young Sickness and For the cure of SuperstitionI lug sickness 1111 charms that were Invoked long ago A very common remedy among the i poor people about London and partic ularly In Essex was to cut the tip of n black cats tall in order to procure three drops of blood which were to be taken in a spoonful of milk and re peated three days successively If the patient was informed of the composition It lost Us eUlcucy The patients also were to creep head foremost down some three pairs of stairs three times a day for three successive days London Answers r The Cosmological Question The business of life allows no spare time any more One cauuot get rich nowadays in office hours nor become great nor keep telegraphically informed nor do his share of talking and listening Everybody but the plumber and paperhanger works overtime How the earth keeps up a necessary amount of whirling in the old twenty tour hour limit is more than we can understand But she cant keep up the pace much longer She must have an extra hour And bow to snatch it from the tall end of eternity is tho burning cosmological question Dallas Lore Sharp in Atlantic InquIryI IAKindly bavo you that ten pounds I lent you the other day Flyn tieNot all of It old chap but what I have will do mo a day or two longer Jolly kind and thoughtful of you to InI Quire tbougb lllustratcd Ilts I 1 The bow cannot ply stand al1 ways bent nor can human nature subl flat without recreaUonnCervante3 J I J p t THE FORBIDDEN FRUIT rjo Authority For S lnliI It Was an Apple That EvejAte 4WhAt a vanitamodnt ot trouble the human ace might have avoided If Eve hadnt eaten that apple remarked the grouchy individual when something especially displeased him HoW do you know It wus an ap pie asked the accurate man Why the Bible says so doesnt Itr No It has come to be a popular belief that the fruit which was eaten by our first parents In the garden eastward ID Eden was an apple but there Is no authority for this It is called simply the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food and that it was pleasant to the eyes and a tree to be desired to make one wise she took of the fruit thereof and did eat and gave also to her husband with her and he did cat What is there here about an appleA great many popular quotations are attributed to the Bible when Intact they had other sources God tempers the wind to the shorn lamb snot from the Scriptures but from A Sentimental Journey to Italy by Sterne In the midst of life wc are In death which Is found In the burial service can boo traced to Luther From St Pauls utterance The love of money Is the root of nil evil we have twisted the saying Money Is the root of evil Cleanliness is next to godliness was uttered by John Wesley In a sermon on dress The metal ful man Is merciful to his beast is a popular rendering of tho proverb A righteous man rcgardetb the life of his beast The tongue is an unruly mem ber appears In the epistle ot James as The tongue can no man tame it is an unruly evil Philadelphia North AmericanA BEAVER DAM f The Feeling It Inspired In a Univer city Professor I have yet to meet the man who can walk for the first time through a beau er works as the range of a colony of beavers Is called and not feel some thing of the sentiment of human asso ciation It Is a sensation very similar to what we feel when we come out unexpected ly Into a woodland clearing after a long day spent in the unbroken solitudes 1 once stood with a learned professor of Columbia college on the bank of a stream In eastern Canada and looked down on a freshly made beaver dam one of the best In point of construc tion that 1 bad ever seen It was In deed a really stupendous affair for a beaver to have made Built of alder poles and brush weighted with mud and small stones It was fifty feet long six fret high and raised the level of the water by about sixty Inches Seen from the upstream side It pre seated the appearance of a more or less evenly disposed array of short sticks protruding from a long mound of mud just level with the surface of the restrained water From below the brushwood supporting the dam proper was plainly visible and the Ingenuity of Its placing at once apparent There was of course none of that pile driving or basket weaving which at one time played so large a part In tho picturesque descriptions by fanci ful writers but despite Its roughness It was a really remarkable piece of animal engineering My companion In spected it for several minutes in im pressed silence 1 should be afraid to kill a thing that knew so much be said thought fully Baileys Magazine A Dog Story We brought from Scotland a collie about six months old lie was allow taI daughter I was the only member of tho family who ever broke over the rule And often when 1 offered him glanceIncrossforbidding eye he would resist the temptation Rut one morning she left the table abruptly Hob followed her Into the hall and watched her till she bad closed the door of her study Then he scampered back nudged my elbow as If to say Now Is our time Ho seized the bone and was soon crunching it with the greatest antis faction London Spectatorl- liuatrating a Definition In proving a match to the browbeat- Ing lawyer the woman witness is probably In the majority At a recent case Iin court a woman witness was giving damaging evidence against the prisoner and the attorney for the de fense nettled at her manner decided to embarrass her if he could In giving your testimony madam 1 observe that you are constantly using the word Irony May 1 ask If you comprehend Its true meaning Well 1 think 1 do 1 will illustrate If 1 were to call you a gentleman 1 should unquestionably be indulging In most decided lroDyLadies Home Journal A Considerate Husband New Husband Did you make those biscuits my dear ills WifeYes darling Her HusbandWell Id rath er you would not make any more sweetheart His WlfeNby not love Her Husband Because angel mine you are too light for such heavy workChicago Becord Herald If wisdom was to cease throughout the world no one would suspect hIm self of ignorance Jto J L WELCOME WORDS TOWOMENW- omeawho suffer with dfeerders peculiar to their sex should write to Dr ieaad receive free the advice of a physicisa of oTerOTetln experience II skilled and successfulspecialist ia the diseases of women Every letter 01 this sort has the Ioat careful consideration and Ii regarded as sacredly confidential Many sensitively modest women write fully to Dr Pierce what il would shrink from telling to their local physician The local physicists is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything without an examination Dr Pierce holds that these distasteful examinations are generally need leas and that no woman except in rare cased should submit to them Dr Pierces treatment will cure you right la the privacy of your own home His Favorite Prescription has cured hundreds of thousands some of them the wontof oasew It is the only medicine of Its kind that is the product of a regularly graduated physician The only one good enough that its makes dare to print its every ingredient on its outside wrapper Theres no secrecy It will bear examina tion No alcohol and no habit formiag drugs are found in it Some unscrup ulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute Dont take it Dont trifle with your health Write 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WILSON gnAS M CROWS WILSON CROWED- LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In tho Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Offfoa on Main Si opposite Court House nd TnADLMARKS promptly IIbInoc1lA PATENTSTHATuiii u 1Bend KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New DiSCOVl1Jf V HSPRIC11 i1 C AN iALLTHROATANDLUN8Tp0U9LEftt GUARAJTTEIDSATISy uro i I OK XONXY BEFUXDXD r II d F v IiJr13marryp+test and Infrfnrement rattlea txcissirstr iWrite or came Dna HlIIIaIIt iOIcWASHINGTON a 1L e r +r N iKI 5 i NL Yrs L Ii hTUBERCULOSIS IS BEING WIPED OUT 1 One Institution or Organizatlo n Icing Established Daily Daring the year that has pllllled mnce the lntnaUonal Oongrc8aon onktreatment or prevention of tuberculosis htts been established every my- liundays and holidays included according to a bulloUn of the Natlonal- Asroclatlon for the Study and prevention ottuberloe1s FJrtoon new beds In hospitals or wnatorla have boon provided also for ovary day ot the year A year ago the rate ot hcrccls- Rae one organization or InsUtut10n every other day only onehalt ns fast as now Less than a year ago thor- were 40 consumptiv for every has pUnt bed provided Tnday the number lms been reduced to 30 Nearly 20001 beds are now provided in 4nstltuUoD- Jr for the treatmont of oonsuwpion an Increase ot over 6600 Tho number of special tuberculosis dbJpensarles in the United States has more than doubled the numbs ot nntJituberculo sIB associations hl18 Increased 68 per cent and the number uf hospttab and sanatoria 43 per cent In one branch ot anUtuberchlosh work parUculary emphasized by the International Congress a signal ad vane has been made that is in the provision ot hospital accommodations of the country state and munclpnl Authorities have been urged to iprovld- hnspltalsI for dangerous cases ot tu- lterculos1st with the result that over 1000 beds bay been established In the past year At the present time there we however only 6000 beds and r000 advanced cases which ought to be In hospitals Fully 70000 others eould be treated at home but It woul be safer for the community to segregate them In InsUlultons Every ad- v+ aced case ot tuberculosis Is a center and unless the patient Is taught bow to be careful In his habits and unless lie has the proper homo surroundings Ie should be In n hospital where he will not be a menace to others The National Association for the lJtudy and prevention ot tuberculosis Iieclares that nt lOast 70000 more beds in hospitals are needed for advanced r gases ot CQ6umpUon Until these are provided tuberculosis oonl1ot be wiped out It everybody in the United States gave 5 to provide hospitals for the dangerous cnosumpUvts suff- fficlent funds would bo procured to de stoy forever the threat ot tubercu Iog1s from thIs country r Chli 7CryFOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Will Refuse to Aid Daughter The following story on the elope anent ot MISs Ruth Bell and Theo lore nUl oT tMs county Is given In a BoonvUle Id telegram to the Hvansville Courier Not until yesterday morning did Lerlon W Ben ot Oho county ICy t learn ot the marriage ot hit dau ter Ruth Bell to Theodore Hill Tired and worn out because of his long search for his runaway daughter Mr Ben arrived In noonvUle list night the purpose ot his visit to this place being to learn the particu lara connected with the granting oft A marriage license to the eloping couple Becouso of the tender age It I the girl they were unablo w secure a license However they secured the license here since the girl did not have to appear but 18 years of ago It- was Mr Bens intention ot prosecut lug any persons who might have misrepresented the girls age However hQ learned from Deputy Clerk Young blood that his daughter swore her age ds being 18 years Under no other circumstances would the license liave been issued Ii In II Vey Interesting manner Mr Dell told how- rho had refused to al low HUt and his daughter to marry itaUng that the rafusal was made I ontho ground that the gins was too i r pung He had promised the suitor t e hand of his daughter as soon as he became 18 years ot age Ho also Itoted that his daughter hAd been gOIng to school and that her lover drove to the schoolhouse and begged t J to run away with him The cou i1fIli1 then went h OWImbor and so 1cured anautomobilo and tried lIen lierson ancl Evansville before they Mr Dell i OQ escape thelrpurSUera 18tated that he was In Rockport early l tlesday morning which WaS exactly time the runaways were la rB90nvllle Thq fact that his d ugh J r married against his wishes lild not tu effeotthe father halt 18JJ mach as the decptlon of the glrli b was practicedao the county il clet1L Ir i1i t edrhtt fie er fert to arrage be 14 J i t 9 4 F 7 Bade but that he did not propose to aid them during their life time In ailY ways Yr Bell Is a pcoegerous and well to do farmer Dl Ohio t1X1and owns over 600 acres of good farming land Adioining his tarsi fs that ot Theodore lilt and wll whom Miss Holt elopted Hill 18 wealthy aitd awn r rl hIi1acres ot landowensboro Inqutrm Youthful Genius At 2L Beethoven was famed as a musician Alexander stood at the head of his army on the plains of Thessaly and Tasso had begun his Immortal poem ot Jerusalem Delivered At- za Paul Potter painted The Younc Bull ROW In the museum at The Hague said to be one ot the finest animal pictures on canvas At the same ale Campbell wrote his Pleat urea ot Hope the work on which his fame as a poet rests 1151prison Japan can boast of the most lux- urlous prison In the world It Is about fifteen miles from Tokyo In tbe midst ot gardens where flourish med tars and cherry trees encircled wit ponds bearing fine crops ot water lilies rises the mass ot spacious and airy cells Lighting throughout Is by electricity Among other features are bathrooms with marble baths hot and cold water dressing rooms and reading rooms BOOK MAD vms=Holiday Resorts That OWl Thlr Popularity to Authors The most remarkable example of a book made town Is Blskro the oasis In the Sahara that Robert lichens Ideal- Ized under the name or Benl Mora In hIs novel or The Garden ot Allah Blskro quito unknown In the past Is now thanks to Mr lichens a fash lonablo winter resort Jt la rather odd that all the world should know that Dlskrll was meant by Benl Morn In The Garden or Allah There Is a Bent Morn near Blskra a kind ot swamp with a few clay huts and a palm or two sticking up out of tht mud but Blskra Itself Is never mentioned In the book llfracombe the north Devon watering place owes Its renown to Charles Kingsley who In his novel Ot West ward nor praises It Two other Devon watering pines Lynton and Lynmoutlt are book made Blackmoros novel of Loran Doone first drew the pUblic to them Plerrl Loll In leeheur dlslnnde described very beautifully the nreton seaport ot Palmpol Many persons In- consequence have visited Valmpol In the hope or passing the summer there Vain hope Pnimpol with its muddyy smelly tidal river Is not quite an Ideal holiday resortExchange EXPENSIVE STEAK Ten Pounds of Beef That Sold For 48 a Pound The highest price ever paid for beefsteak so far as Is known was at Circle City Alaska The first beefsteak that ever reached that town sold for 4M a pound according to the newspapers ot the time There were ten pounds of the steak whIch was shipped 250 miles to Circle CityWhen the owner or the precious bit of meat reached the camp the tuners turned out In a body to see It It was placed on exhibition and attracted RII much attention as na elephant Everybody wanted a piece ot It and the prices offered were such as would have resulted In a mining camp Quarrel it It had not been decided to ramp the steak oft for the benefit ot n hospital which Bishop Rowe was trying to es tabllsh far the miners at Circle City Bids were started at ia pound and rose briskly to 35 Finally In order to avoid complications It was decided to sell tickets at prices from cents to 21 for the privilege of drawing for a slice After 480 worth of tickets had been sold the drawing began and to the relief ot those In charge of tho sale no trouble resulted Sin Eaters Sin eaters of the old dOTS like mutes of quite recent times were hired performers at funerals In consideration of sixpence In money a bowl or beer and a crust of bread these sires as they were cnlledlong lean ugly lamontablo rascalswould by eating over the body take upon them solves all the sins of the deceased and so tree him from afterward wniking the earth as a ghost so that his soul might rest In peace This custom pre Tailed all over Wales And the adJoin lag English counties and was observed oven down to IG80 Tbe usage Is said to have arisen from R mistaken Interpretation or losea tv 8 They eat up the sin of my people The more like iy orgln or this strango custom Is the Levitical scapegoat A much later rem rant or this obtained at Ameraden Ox ford hlre where after every funeral a cake and a flagon of ale were brought to the minister In the church perch London Standard Making and Erninp Money What Is the difference between making money and earning moneyr asked the youth- Sofnetimes the difference Is atrlp to for counterfeiting answered the home grown pbflos- opherChicago News Enllghtelng Rollo Father said little Rollo what Is fri egotistr An egotist my son is burnlmatch that thinks It WAS the Whole 9re worksVasblngin Star u- JEL Scientists Find RevolvIrg Fans are Dangerous The ua od ventilatore with rovoly fans has become very common In large pubbic buildingsespecially restaurants and shops in most cases these ventilators cOmmunicate with the outside and they are Installed ot course with the Idea of ventilating and purlfying the litr within by increasing the rate of exchange wIth the external atmos phere But revolving fans are also fro quently used espocially in hot weather simply to produce a cooling effect by setting up CL current of air inside Drs- A Sartory and A FJlasster have ex amined the bacteriological effect of these fans and ventilators upon the atmosphere within and bare commua icated their roults to a recent meet Ing of the Socletl de Dlologle They find that these appliances enormously Increnso the bacterial content or the air Their experIments were numorlo1 and varied but It will suffice to refer to ono or twoT bus In a restaurant or 400 cubic meters analysis ot the air before the tan was working showed 12600 bacterIa per cubic motel after working the fan for ono hour 23000 bacteria In another cate or 600 cubic meters the number of bacteria rose from 12000 to 39000 otter the fan was working for ono hour In every Instance In fact the number ot bacteria per cubic meter was doubl ed or even quadrupled As the authors point out with these facts such all pllances cannot but bo regarded as pUblic health Odd Suits Against Henderson Route Three suits ot unique character were riled against the Louisville lIenderson and St Louis Railroad company yesterday In the circuit clerks of fleo for sums aggregating 4000 It Is claimed by the plaintiffs In each nc tlon that they caught cold and suffered illness because ot defective heat qt CRESCENT CLUB COTTLIO IN SOHO EXPRESS PAID- 4gts Sgts 12 qtr 1000 760 1100 lag apparatus on trains ot the defend and company It Is claimed In each case that the dOrndant1l bought roundtrip tickets toSalnit Louis and return Everyhlnp LouisIweenOwensJoro and llaweevllle Ky CLt 2 oclock In the morning It is alleged the heating apparatus on the car became dlsarrn1nged and the car was tilled with cinders ashes and dust To get rid ot this the doors were thrown open and allowed to remain and It Is claimed that the draught from the op en doors resulted In the Illness of the plaintiffs Mrs Sidney Mlles sued for 1000 alleging an nttact of grip as the re sult ot her experience and Esther Barrens made the same complaint and sued for the same amount Fannie Ma well sued for 2 000 deelllring her experience resulted In a serious attact of pneumonia Joy of Aspiration To bo truly happy Is a question ot how we begin and not ot how we end of That wo want and not ot what wo have An aspiration le a joy forever a possession as solid as a landed es tate a fortune which we can never exhaust and which gives us ybar by year a revenue ot pleasurable nctiv Ity To have many of these Is to be spiritually rlchnobert Louis Stevenson Secret of Happiness I have lived to know that the great secret ot human happiness Is this Never suffer your energies to stag nhte The old adage ot too many Irons In the tire conveys an untruth you cannot have too manypoker tongs and allkeep them going Adam Clark Ladies Take Notice A nice line ot Picture Frames com pleted at low prices 3tt HARTFORD MILL CO The Kind You Ilavo Always Bought and Which has been In use for over 80 years has borne tho slgnaturo of and has been made under his personal supervision slnco Its infancy Allow no one todecelvo you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasood are but Experiments that trUlo with and endanger tho health of Infants anti OWldrenExpcrlenco against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorln Is o harmless substitute for Castor on Pare gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays reverishness It cures Diarrhoea nun Wimi Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho rood regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy anti natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CINTaUR COMPANY TT MONIUY STI1tCT NCWTORR CITY Subscribe for The Hartford Republican Our Express Paid Line IlIONOGRAMOUIION YhIn WE GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY WE PAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES AND SHIP FULL MEASURE QUARTS IN PLAIN SEALED CASES On merit alone we are asking you to buy these brands The qualities are right and the prices right If your order dont please you in every way send it back The goods are guaranteed by the Internal Revenue Department the Pure Food Laws and by Us OLD CABLEKENTUCXY BOURBON In Jugs Only 2oo Per Gallon BROOKDALE RYESTRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY In Jugs OnlyI 225 4 Qn 8 Qt U QtI CANADIAN WHITE RyE 350 675 1000 RED ROCK SPECIAL STRAIGHT KENTUCKY BOURBON n 450 8So 1200 APPLE BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY 300 575 85o PEACH BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY 300 595 8So APRICOT BRANDYCALIFORNIA 300 575 850 APRICOT BRANDYIMPORTED 400 950 IIOO LINCOLN COUNTY TENNESSEEN 300 575 8sa FOR THE REHANDLER ALL SHIPMENTS IN PLAIN CASE OR CASK EXPRESS PREPAID 1501 1201 Bottles Bottles TENNESSEE WmSKEY Unlabeled 100 pInts 2200 1900 NELSON COUNTY KENTUOKY WIIIsREY Unlabeled 100 pints 2700 2400 PRIVATE STOOK RYE Labeled 100 pints 3000 2760 SIIADV SPRINGS STRAIOHT WIIIsanv 100 pints 8360 3000 OLD DOMINION WJlITII RVB 100 pints 3760 3400 ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR GUARANTEE WE have deposited 100000 with the City National Bank of Paducah Ky and 100000 with the Com mercial Trust Savings Bank of Memphis Tenn which amount will be paid to any party who receives a bottle of OLD McHANEYor SMOKY MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY from us original seal intact that is not exactly as we represent itONE HUNDRED PROOF A STANDARD GALLON MEAS URE ABSOLUTELY PURE WE PAY THE EXPRESSOno OBI Two Gala Three Onis Old Molleney Whiskey 200 575 8m Smoky Mountain Corn WhlskT 280 550 825 Unadulterated sunlightTRYEven the gallon bottle in which these goods are shipped is an 0 article you will value and find many uses for IIIOUIIIION4 300 qts MOSS ROSE RYE stir IN OUR STOCK EXPRESS PAID- 4gts 8gts itgts 660 1060 1600 REMIT BY MONEY ORDER EXCHANGE OR REGISTERED LETTER GEORGE a GOO MAN COMPANYIncorporated 201203205 Lower Sqcdnd Street r EVANSVILLE INDIANA c c LC a r i 0 LL Makes the most nutritious food and the most dainty and delicious 13aiinfFrvderA No fretting over the biscuit making Royal is first aid to many S cooks success I GOOD FAKE STORY SPOILED Congress Did Not Prohibi- One Dollar Checks Treasury DepartmentpIssues hStatement ConcernittitheMatter The following story has been golll g the rounds of the press There Is probably not one person In II hundred who knows that the I conIcernaindividuals In Issuing checks du bills etc nevertheless It le true rho law which will take effect Jan uary lilt Is us follows Xo person shall make Issuo or circulate or payout any note check memorandum token or other obligation for a less sum than ono dollar intended to cir culato as money or to be received or tscd in lieu of lawful money of United Stales and every person so offering shall ho Clued not more titan 500 or imprisoned not inure that six mouths or both This means that lf u person owes a debt of less I limn ono dollar he cannot pay It by II check or draft but must pay It In cash Ill cannot Issue It due bill note check or memorandum fur a less amount than one dOUIII and If ho Inadvertently or ignorantly does so ho Is subject to n fine of 500 or both fire onlyy way out of It If yot owe an amount less than one dollar and havent the change about you is to give II check for the dollar anti leti your crtdltor pay you the difference and that Is often Impracticable A HIG FAKE Tho above fake story has been llUbllshetl broadcast and has cawed a stortll cA protest to be centered s upon the authorities That It Iii without foundation In fact Is showrt by the ollolnl statement Issued by Treasury Department TherM lit no law which stops IL t man or woman front writing u check for less than a dollar despite reports to that effect A number of II- Ilulrlosa have been received at the Da- IJUrtmellt regarding II statement that there was such II provision In the penalcode about to go Into effecti The law governing the subject In stead of being a new one was ell acted back iu the sixties and has llevcr been construEd to apply to checks on deposit Its purpose Is to prevent the circulation of private par per as lawful money Itself SALEM Nov 9Mr S L Dash Jn and Mr R HDaslulm went to JordVlUo FII tIny on busianasg and rottrned home Sunday Mr Ebrn Jamb of Indiana visited Iis brother Mr John Jamleon Sunday Yi and Mrs Tom Daniel and little so Charlie vltllted Mr and Mrs Ru i IUB Boyd Sunday near Fordsv111e Mr L U Drown moved to Lo tis r villa Saturday to make 11 future 1 home Mr and Mro D c Wliifo vlstt Mr and Mrs Ledlo Myemsund 1 Mr and MW C C White nrd fum i 1 1 fly Mr and Mrs N C Camp and fam- l1y and Misss Morbra and Nanle White dined nt Mr C V Chrlstlans Sunday Mrs Francis Ezoll from Arkansas Is visiting friends and relatives In this community wasthonor of his IJ1others seventy fourth birthday on Friday Nov G Among those present were Mr and Mrs TN Daniel and son OharUe Mr and Mrs Ira Daniel and daughter Mrs Anna Daniel of Olaton Mr and Mrs J G Wilson and family Mr D C White Mr C V Christian and wife Mr D L D Sandefur ot Beaver Dam Mrs R H Basltam The dinner was QUUo a- isurinrlse to her Mr Joe Stegner of Centertown Mr Jim Stogner of Llverantore Mr Allc Stogneor of Mclean county visited relatives In this communityy last week IMr Ed Jamison of Livermore Is JnnrleSon anti wifefMr J n Wilson and son and Mr J G WlIson were dollgates at the County Union Monday f- Mr UllI Chrletlau who has been In bad health all summer was thought to he same better SundatA nice tobacco season Is the ordert ot tiro tlafSchool at thIs place Is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Cummings Mr Frank Hoynes and daughter Mr- Mary WUOOII Visited his sister Mrs Mary Rice Saturday near horse Branch A Hard fought Case In the condemnation proceedings In a- stituted In the Ohio County Court by the Roclgnort Coal Co to condemn the rightofway over an acre lot belonging to S M Burgess Co the Cummlssoners appointed by the Court allowed 25250 damages to which ro port both parties excepted and the case which has been on trial since last Friday It was submitted to thev jury yesterday afternoon about 2 oclock and after due deliberation the jury found 1250 for tlte laud taken and the damages Incident thereto Glenn Simmerman represented plaintiff and Heavrin Woodward represented defendants CENTRAL GROVE Nov 10Rev Burden of Earllng ton preached at the Baptist church here Sunday night Text Preach the Word Mr and Mrs Alney Tichenor vls ted near RockPort Saturday night and Sunday the guest of Rev and Mrs j T Casebler Mr and Mrs M G Snell spent Sunday at Williams rnncs the guest of Mr and Mrs S B SnellvMessrs Charlie Herbert and Lewis Shoulders of Greenville spent the latter part of last week with their a uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Jom Shoulders Mrs Brack Rowe has been quito III- ot throat trouble but Is sums better at this writing Mr r1 W Southard Meadamee Johtt Shoulders and W P Goft atttmded O the burial of their slater Mrs RCibert Martin at West Providence Tuesday of last week Mr and Mrs E R BIahop and children Earl and Myrl tJt Williams Dllnos visited at MrH L Drowns Sunday night Miss Myrtle Park Is able to 16 out hgaln after n severs attack of throat S trouble SKULt i I CmSNE j WITH BASEBALL BATI Delbert Osbottl Kills Ws Co Near Beach GroveGreat Excitement Caused Calhoun Ky Nov 5Delbert t 01 borne fifteen yeas gtage W1lS brought to Calhoun this mornin and placed In jail charged yylh the murder of William Corum seventeen years of age at the Glover schoolhouse four miles east olheeehGrov t The boys wore returning to thet homos from school on Thursday afte noon They had been throWing clod- ft Is said at one another Osborne hp came angry and picking up II baseball battsruck orum n hard blow ove the head Comm fell to the ground hut was able ttf rise and continue on his way home When the boy reached home ho los conclousness and physlclanwere su- moned Nothing could be done to save his lICe his death ocured at Ii o clock ths morning A pot mortem examination wa held and itt was found IthattlhO boy skull had been crushed The sheriff went to DeechGrove and placed the Osborne boy under arrest Ho was brought to Calhoun and held without ball He will be arralnged to morrow and his examining trial wUl probably be set for Monday or Tue dayOsborne is a son of Wllllam T Os borne II prominent farmer ot the Beech Grove section Corum Is a son of John Comm also a prominent far er It Is said that the boys had ha some trouble at school In which Corum assisted In punishing Osborne boy but this Is denied by young Os borne Notice The committe designated by the hut County Union ot the American So ciety of Equity to draft suitable schOOl laws to be submitted to the next Legislature ot Kentucky has boon caned to meet at the office of J M Porter In Beaver Dam Saturday Nov 20th at 10 oclock a m The committee is composed of E P San W E Porter Henry Leach IIen1Y Pirtle and J M Shultii S a RALPH Nov SQuite an utsusual clrcum happened In the little town of Ralph when Mr Elsa Farmer age iO was married to Mrs Nancy Gnly ago They never had seen each other until the day they were rnarnled but had been writrg for some time On re turning Uncle Elias found nn uncommonly largo crowd waiting his arrival as to join In a good old fttshinaed- chlvarl I Mr Irving Harder and family Fords villa ere visiting relatives here at this writingMr Mrs R F Taylor visited their daughter Mrs Westertleld of Madisonvllls form Friday until Sunday Several from hero attended church t Bells Ran Sandy Mr Rondan Wade went to Hartford Saturday on business Mr Charles Moseley has sold his In forest la the general store tu G U Benton The style ot the firm will he Howard and Henton Mr Robert Taylor Is going to attend church at Rosins Sunday I why Rob la going ISO far to worship Mr Dodo Taylor has bought the Dave Sharp farm consideration 900 Mr Tom Hamilton Taffy Krwas the guest of Mr and Mrs J L Wade SundayThose attending the party Saturday night at Wld Taulswere Dosses- Gcor la and Eva Martin Mess Thos Ilamlltan Cicero Midkiff Robert Tay lor AU report a floe time It has become the custom here to give a preacher of the gospel the title ot Mr rather than Rev Mr J J Taylor went toDundee Thursday RENDER Nov 9C W White of Louis and Roman Baldwin ojIIoaver- Dam were hero last WodneEJdar Born to the wife of J A Hogan girl last 1Vodaeeday Reuben Baize and Robt Cnrtpon w- In Beaver Dam last Wednesday Mrs Cl1E8lo Gentry wont to enkaJ City last Thutndtiy r Mrs Ella Stevens ot Luzcrne was hero lrtf Thursday Ute guest of Mrs W Harris Dr H D and Mrs H D Inifes And daughter bliss Gladys wore lii Hartford last Thursday f Grnnvlle Stewart of Marlo Ill Vas here Saturday + waahorn 1Arcle y hereaturdnp silt IlBdaiIMitef h oquslnfJohnTp1afn 9 a Of Y U apoot Saturday- and uadaq hRookport oIl and 11Ir W J Mercerwert to Central City Sunday f IMr and DirsGuy atetivart otRC port were here Sunday C SEzen Horse Dranch here Suptfly the tot his brother Wlli- Eioli Dlad Mrs Harrison Peachof Taylor Mines were here Yenterday Lon WIlmer of FordsviUo and David Swann of Graham were hero to day Mrs JAB Hardin and daugter Niles Berthkt and Mrs Wu Turner and chit dram and H H Garrett are very sick at tilts writing e11rasDedication rThe Now M E Church South at Rosine Iy w111be dedlcatooon Sun day Nov 14 The dedication sermon Pretafternoon at 230 oclock subject Why Wo Are Methodist by Rev Virgil Elgin of Hartford At 730 p m a good speaker from Owensboro Iergvdscordially Invited to an these services + R E Halley PaStor Notice to Wool Growers Association District No2 of Ken tacky will meet at Owensboro the second Tuesday in December All counties having den members are en titled to a delegate The meeting will be called to order at 10 oclock a m callednto meet Monday night proceeding at HoteldDon wtvtran Chairman S L Stevens Secretary Exchanges please co- pyChliaren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSOASTORIA tIALD KKN01- Nov y 94ber has Been+ ragogd J tlre ii1thI6 lefg borhood eirice last W1 ng Mr W L Sandefur had aoo timber destroyd by fire last attiri day Mr El Sand urfI house came very near being destroyed by fire last satu dar riio rarecaughtfrom th stove flue and was noticed fir to aayoth most of thoroot untej Mr L D Taylor whO hen sick list for tfie past few Weeks ts- able to visit some now Mr Leslie SuIidetur spent Saturday night at hls couslns Mr W LSand fur I MrL J Torrence and family of this place spent Sattday night and Sunday at his eons Mr Jesse Tor 1 rence ot Horton Miss Chloo Rafferty of in Pleasant visited Harrl t fiatdefur Thura daYandThu IlY nighttS Sunday at Mr Jim Smiths bars Kaddlo Howard and 1tftlendece JjSmlthandThere will be singing at this place next Sunday night Came and hear WI sing Mrs Rafterty and Bill ot Mt PIeasat5dltste4herlirother Mr Sam Rafferty of Balzetown Thursday sacfriday t Mr J L ius and famIly of Rochester ntagftborhooo visited Mrs J A Davis nd fatally Sunday Mrs J A Davis vlsltw her daught erMrs Luella ShieldS Cromwell last week 1 Honor Roll The following pupils of tit Pleasant cehool aroon the honor roll for perfect attendance ot the month Just passed Winnie Rains Emmulons Taylor Qeon eva Raymer 1IatUib Leisure WInona Taylor Eva Havana Ethel Baize Eva Douglas Diable Ranla Gludys Likens Mary LogstonDonnle LogstonChrlsta WallaceMarionSandeturEzra Crowd er Elda Iler Ju Rains Leslie Eu gene and John Ilsr Sam and Wlnlam Baize Nac1e rJiveHiltYlO Hobart add Alas ton Raise Lacy Lbgetonf DoniYahd Chester Balze t ONISOREER Teacher- Marrlae Llcelses J W Phelps Beaver mage 37 to Alhe FleherJieavor Darn ago 42 Roy JgmisoA Lake Ind age 16 to fErnestRhQdcstCeB to LUlie Markwellroint Pleasant- age 23iIurion Roach Whiteaviho age 23 to Ll11fe Whlttakgr Whkesvllle agel J M Chapman Hartford age 28 to- Violry I attori Hartfordshe 38- ylrgll ClaytonElgln Hartford ago 23 topfaryGfkmbre KeOivb Itsrtfont age 21i1da riwr Mr N D White and famlly of jaJo vlsltedhlllster Mrs F1orenso- Shiroader and familyofrayeon coun- tY aturday and Sunday Also his mother jtres F Ezell who has just returned from Arkansas MrH O Duke and family were the guests ot Mr Joe Malden and rfamily Sunday offMlsd I Mr Boone Coy ot Concord was In our midst last week Dfr George Russells infant child Is quite sick Dom to the wife of Mr Orvllle Coy on the 29th of Sept a fine tenpound boy Orville Is all smiles Uncle John Wlmsett happened to an accident last Week by a tree falling on him knocking hIm down He Is getting along LS Well as could be eJ- petted Messrs Thomas and Duck Boyd passed through this place In route to FordsvllIe to see their brother Rufus V lloyd Mrs Mary White Was the guest of Mrs Jane Malden last Sunday Mr Rufus Bartlett and wlfeof Taffy were the guet of Mr J J Derrry and family last Saturday night Big Partnership 4 AT JAMES BROS LIVERY STABLE Centertown Ky=ON SaturdayNovembr 27E We will Offer for Sale at Public Auction a Fine Lot of Horses and Mules and Other Stock rv This sale will embrace eight head ofnuJes five years old next spring and sue head Qf horsesfive to eight years old andtwofive years old 26 head of shoats twenty tons of hay two road wagons and other farm implements TERMS OF SALEIIIAll amounts under 5ca hinhandlOver 5 onn twelve months timeJ with interest and approved- security Sale will begin promptly at 1oclock p m- DOIIt hiss this Chance to Secure aBargainl 1QRrONKUYKENDO k 1 BentettownKY